|Zahn englanniksi||jag de, tooth de, cog de|
*: garments thus beset with long jags
: rfquotek|Bishop Hacket
*: ‘People who spend their money for second-hand sex jags are as nervous as dowagers who cant find the rest-room.’
: I have a sweet tooth: I love sugary treats.
*: These are not dishes for thy dainty tooth.
*: The twin cards toothed with glittering wire.
: to tooth a saw
*: As the Kynge was in his cog and lay in his caban, he felle in a slumberyngnb....
*: ‘There are twenty-five of us, but they don’t reckon I’m worth anything. I’m just a cog in the machine.’
*: Your boss tells you “take initiative,” you best guess right—and you do, then you get no credit. Day-in, … smiling, smiling, just a cog.
: rfquotek|William Watson
*: For guineas in other mens breeches, / Your gamesters will palm and will cog.
*: Ill ... cog their hearts from them.
: to cog in a word
*: Fustian tragedies ... have, by concerted applauses, been cogged upon the town for masterpieces.