stab englannista suomeksi
puukottaa, iskeä veitsellä
pistohaava, pistäminen, veitsenisku
An act of stabbing or thrusting with an object.
A wound made by stabbing.
Pain inflicted on a person's feelings.
''I'll give this thankless task a stab.''
''a horn stab''
(quote-book) was subsequently found under the cushions of the hansom. …”
To thrust in a stabbing motion.
- None shall dare / With shortened sword to stab in closer war.
To injure secretly or by malicious falsehood or slander.
The horizontal or vertical stabilizer of an aircraft.
1893, ''Proceedings of the Parliament of South Australia'' (page 313)
- Do you know whether any country offices pay their men by the thousand, or whether they are on stab wages? — I do not know. Some are paid stab wages, but I do not know whether there is much piece-work.
1967, John Child, ''Industrial Relations in the British Printing Industry'' (page 113)
- The pressmen were granted a stab wage of 36s for a 60 hour week, and the extras for overtime and Sunday work (..)
what (interrogative pronoun)