suomi-englanti sanakirja

swish englannista suomeksi

  1. suhahdus

  2. elegantti

  3. suhahtaa

  1. Substantiivi

  2. Verbi

  3. viuhua, kahista

  4. viuhtoa, viuhuttaa

  5. piiskata

  6. neiteillä

swish englanniksi

  1. sophisticated; fashionable; smooth.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-journal)

  4. Attractive, stylish

  5. 2014, Doyle (journalist)|Paul Doyle, "Southampton hammer eight past hapless Sunderland in barmy encounter", ''The Guardian'', 18 October 2014:

  6. The Saints, who started the day third in the table, went marching on thanks to their own swish play and some staggering defending by the visitors.
  7. Effeminate.

  8. A short rustling, hissing or whistling sound, often made by friction.

  9. A hissing, sweeping movement through the air, as of an animal's tail.

  10. A sound of liquid flowing inside a container.

  11. 1898, (w), (w) Chapter 4

  12. There were four or five men in the vault already, and I could hear more coming down the passage, and guessed from their heavy footsteps that they were carrying burdens. There was a sound, too, of dumping kegs down on the ground, with a swish of liquor inside them, and then the noise of casks being moved.
  13. A twig or bundle of twigs, used for administering beatings; a switch

  14. A successful basketball shot that does not touch the rim or backboard.

  15. An effeminate male homosexual.

  16. 1992, Leigh W. Rutledge, ''The gay decades: from Stonewall to the present''

  17. "Fairies, nances, swishes, fags, lezzes — call 'em what you please — should of course be permitted to earn honest livings (..)
  18. An improvised alcoholic drink made by fermenting whatever ingredients are available.

  19. To make a rustling sound while moving.

  20. 1922, A. M. Chisholm, ''A Thousand a Plate''

  21. In the stern of the low-laden canoe his paddle swished steadily and powerfully, with thrust of straight, stiff upper arm backed by a twisting swing of the body from the waist, and with every stroke the little craft leaped as if a giant hand had shoved her forward.
  22. To flourish with a swishing sound.

  23. (RQ:Coleridge The Devil's Thoughts)

  24. To flog; to lash.

  25. (quote-book)| title=The Canterville Ghost| passage=After Virginia came the twins, who were usually called "the Star and Stripes", as they were always getting swished.

  26. c. 1842, (w), ''Character Sketches''

  27. Doctor Wordsworth and assistants would swish that error out of him in a way that need not here be mentioned.
  28. To make a successful basketball shot that does not touch the rim or backboard.

  29. To mince or otherwise to behave in an effeminate manner.

  30. (transitive verb|''transitive'') To cause a liquid to move around in a container, or in one's mouth.

  31. ''Swish the mouthwash around the mouth and between the teeth for one minute.''

  32. A hissing or whistling sound of something travelling quickly through the air.

  33. (quote-book)|publisher=William Heinemann|location=London|page=84|passage="Just like parade it had been a minute before then stumble, bang, swish! Wiped out!" he said.