tar englannista suomeksi
A solid residual byproduct of tobacco smoke.
*(quote-journal)|text=If there's one man that I admire, that man's a British tar.
*(quote-text)|To Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough|url=https://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/14353/pg14353.txt|text=Shines in all climates like a star; In senates bold, and fierce in war; A land commander, and a tar.
To coat with tar.
''The allegations tarred his name, even though he was found innocent.''
1995, Paul Robinson, ''The Gate Contracts''
- Dr. Sign: In fact, maybe you think I should get credit, but if I do, Dr. Frendall will be scorned. You know why
- Dr. Ellsworth: Yes, I know. Your critics will tar him with the same brush as you.
A file produced by such a program.
To create a tar archive.
(senseid) A Persian long-necked, waisted instrument, shared by many cultures and countries in the Middle East and the Caucasus.
A single-headed round drum originating in North Africa and the Middle East.
to be (referring to geographical place)
to be (referring to something temporary)
to be (for use in constructing continuous verb forms)
(alternative spelling of) (q).
a type of cake.
(l), the solid residual byproduct of tobacco smoke.
to be quick
(present tense of)
(nonstandard spelling of)
1983, Manuel da Costa Fontes, ''Romanceiro da Ilha de São Jorge'', Universidade de Coimbra, page 236:
unit of measurement for weights