|cane englanniksi||cane en, duck fr|
: ux|en|The teacher gave his student the cane for throwing paper.
*: Judgelike thou sittst, to praise or to arraign / The flying skirmish of the darted cane.
: ux|en|After breaking his leg, he needed a cane to walk.
: Dont hit me with that. It really canes!
: Mate, my legs cane!
: to cane chairs
*: Adams, after ducking the squire twice or thrice, leaped out of the tub.
*: In Tiber ducking thrice by break of day.
: rfquotek|Jonathan Swift
*: The learned pate / Ducks to the golden fool.
*: The music is ducked under the voice.
: A luncheonette in the shape of a coffee cup is particularly conspicuous, as is intended of an architectural duck or folly.
*: The Big Duck has influenced the world of architecture; any building that is shaped like its product is called a ‘duck’.
*: He was dressed in a Jaeger vest—a pair of blue duck trousers, fastened round the waist with a plaited leather belt.
*: And they would go up and find old Allington, in white ducks, standing in the fringe of long grasses and cow-parsley on the other edge of the island […].