thirsty englannista suomeksi
''After all that work I am really thirsty.''
Causing thirst; giving one a need to drink (''informal'').
''I am thirsty for knowledge.''
''After the president left office, the nation was thirsty for change.''
''This is the third time that girl brought up her crush. She must really be thirsty for him.''
One who is thirsty (for a drink, sex, alcohol, etc.).
1919, ''The Mines Magazine'', page 99:
- The most interesting thing to the "chicken fanciers"—and the thirsty also—was an ice cream parlor in Morrison. Before we left (..) the town ran short on all brands of beer (near, Root, etc.), and the thirsties of the crowd were reduced to the tamer pastime of eating oranges and cracking peanuts.
1990, George Waters, ''The Pacific Horticulture Book of Western Gardening'', David R Godine Pub, page 18:
- Another way to limit the use of thirsty plants (..) Here small beds of flowers, azaleas, and other "thirsties" could be grown satisfactorily.