sugar englannista suomeksi
A specific variety of sugar.
A small serving of this substance (typically about one teaspoon), used to sweeten a drink.
Anything resembling sugar in taste or appearance, especially in chemistry.
2005, Bruce Ian Mills, ''Theoretical Introduction to Programming'' (page 180)
- However, this bookkeeping is much less local syntax and sugar.
To add sugar to; to sweeten with sugar.
To make (something unpleasant) seem less so.
To apply sugar to trees or plants in order to catch moths.
2002, "Jonathan Bromley", ''Fixed point arithmetic'' (on newsgroup ''comp.arch.fpga'')
- You can sugar the syntax of constants thus: (..)
2006, "Neil Madden", ''Re: Closures'' (on newsgroup ''comp.lang.tcl'')
- Sure, you could sugar the latter to look like the former (effectively implementing closures as objects), but it seems simpler to just allow the former.
To compliment (a person).
Used in place of shit!
1858, O Seor Pedro, ''Romance Gallego...''. Santiago: Imprenta de Manuel Mirás, page 2:
- ''Deixáradesme ir pra terra, pra que as miñocas as tripas e os ósos me esfuracasen e me sugasen axiña''
- : ''You'll let me go to the earth, so that promptly the earthworms drill and suck my guts and bones''
to suck (gloss)
suckling, young mammal that hasn't weaned yet