|ansa englanniksi||ansa en, prune sv, trap fi, snare fi, subterfuge fi|
: A good grape grower will prune the vines once a year.
*: Our delightful task / To prune these growing plants, and tend these flowers.
: to prune a budget, or an essay
*: taking into consideration how they [laws] are to be pruned and reformed
*: His royal bird / Prunes the immortal wing and cloys his beak.
: I put down some traps in my apartment to try and deal with the mouse problem.
: Unfortunately she fell into the trap of confusing biology with destiny.
*: God and your majesty / Protect mine innocence, or I fall into / The trap is laid for me!
: Close the trap, would you, before someone falls and breaks their neck.
: They shot out of the school gates like greyhounds out of the trap.
*: The two women looked down the alley. At the end of the Bottoms a man stood in a sort of old-fashioned trap, bending over bundles of cream-coloured stuff; while a cluster of women held up their arms to him, some with bundles.
*: I had told them they could have my trap to take them as far as the road went, because after that they had a long walk.
*: At the last moment Mollie, the foolish, pretty white mare who drew Mr. Joness trap, came mincing daintily in, chewing at a lump of sugar.
: Keep your trap shut.
*: ...his cabin-mates in Montana losing small valuables from time to time, until at last, these things having been invariably found on Mr. Twains person or in his "trunk" (newspaper he rolled his traps in)...
: Ive just laid a cable in trap 2 so Id give it 5 minutes if I were you.
*: The miners? grievances centred on the issue of the compulsory purchase of miners? licences and the harassment of raids by the licensing police, the ‘traps,’ in search of unlicensed miners.
*: Diggers were angered by frequent licence inspections and harassment by ‘the traps’ (the goldfield police).
: ux|en|to trap foxes
*: I trapped the foe.
: ux|en|to trap a drain; to trap a sewer pipe
*: to deck his hearse, and trap his tomb-black steed
*: There she found her palfrey trapped / In purple blazoned with armorial gold.
*: If thou retire, the Dauphin, well appointed, / Stands with the snares of war to tangle thee.
*: ...and I had now lived two years under this uneasiness, which, indeed, made my life much less comfortable than it was before, as may be well imagined by any who know what it is to live in the constant snare of the fear of man.
*: Lest that too heavenly form ... snare them.
*: The mournful crocodile / With sorrow snares relenting passengers.
: Overt subterfuge in a region nearly caused a minor accident.
*: How’s the spy hunt going? Uncovered any subterfuge?