steep englannista suomeksi
''a steep hill or mountain; a steep roof; a steep ascent; a steep barometric gradient''
''Twenty quid for a shave? That's a bit steep.''
Difficult to access; not easy reached; lofty; elevated; high.
''The steep rake of the windshield enhances the fast lines of the exterior.'' http://legacy.sandiegouniontribune.com/uniontrib/20070303/news_lz1dd3maynard.html
- It ended precipitously in a dark and narrow ravine, formed on the other side by an opposite mountain, the lofty steep of which was crested by a city gently rising on a gradual slope.
''They steep skins in a tanning solution to create leather.''
''The tea is steeping.''
- In refreshing dew to steep / The little, trembling flowers.
''a town steeped in history''
- The learned of the nation were steeped in Latin.
1989, (w), ''Big Fellah'':
- We fought against each other, two brothers steeped in blood / But I never doubted that your heart was broken in the flood / And though we had to shoot you down in golden (w) / I always knew that Ireland lost her greatest son of all.
A liquid used in a steeping process
''Corn steep has many industrial uses.''