tentacle englannista suomeksi
imaiseva ote, lonkero
(RQ:Verne Twenty Thousand Leagues)
- The body was small, but fitted with two bunches of prehensile organs, like long tentacles, immediately under the mouth.
- Surmounting this head were four slender grey stalks bearing flower-like appendages, whilst from its nether side dangled eight greenish antennae or tentacles.
An officer employed to drive out to troops and transmit back requests for support via a special radio link.
2013, Dr Ian Gooderson, ''Air Power at the Battlefront'' (page 26)
- A joint RAF/Army staffed Air Support Control (ASC) headquarters was established at each army corps and each armoured division, linked to the forward brigades by a 'tentacle' equipped with two-way wireless telegraphy.
to move like a tentacle