trench englannista suomeksi
1999, April 24, Xiphias Gladius , "Re: trenchcoat mafia", ''ne.general.selected'', Usenet:
- I was the first person in my high school to wear a trench and fedora constantly, and Ben was one of the first to wear a black trench.
2007, (w), ''The Little Black Book of Style'', HarperCollins, as excerpted in Elle|''Elle'', October, page 138:
- A classic trench can work in any kind of weather and goes well with almost anything.
1640, (w), ''Underwoods'', page 68:
- Shee is the Judge, Thou Executioner, Or if thou needs would'st trench upon her power, Thou mightst have yet enjoy'd thy crueltie, With some more thrift, and more varietie.
(RQ:Isaac Taylor Saturday Evening)
1949, (w), ''American Government and Politics'', page 16:
- He could make what laws he pleased, as long as those laws did not trench upon property rights.
2005, Carl von Clausewitz, J. J. Graham, ''On War'', page 261:
- Our ideas, therefore, must trench upon the province of tactics.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-1)
- Advanc'd upon the field there stood a moundOf earth congested, wall'd , and trench'd around
To excavate an elongated and often narrow pit.
To have direction; to aim or tend.
To cut; to form or shape by cutting; to make by incision, hewing, etc.
*(RQ:Shakespeare Venus and Adonis)
*(RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona)
To cut furrows or ditches in.
To dig or cultivate very deeply, usually by digging parallel contiguous trenches in succession, filling each from the next.