|piquer englanniksi||nick fr, poke fr, snatch fr, smart fr, snitch fr, finagle fr, bite fr, chit fr, pilfer fr, sneak fr, sting fr, nettle fr, lift fr|
: [[in the nick of time|in the nick of time]]
*: Truely he flies when he is even upon the nicke, and naturally hasteneth to escape it, as from a step whereon he cannot stay or containe himselfe, and feareth to sinke into it.
*: to cut it off in the very nick
: rfquotek|W. Savage
*: ...imps, giants, trolls, forest-spirits, elves and hobgoblins in and on the earth; nicks, river-sprites in the water, fiends in the air, and salamanders in the fire.
: a users reserved nick on an IRC network
: The car I bought was cheap and in good nick.
: He was arrested and taken down to Sun Hill nick [police station] to be charged.
: Hes just been released from Shadwell nick [prison] after doing ten years for attempted murder.
: I nicked myself while I was shaving.
*: And thence proceed to nicking sashes.
*: The itch of his affection should not then / Have nicked his captainship.
*: Words nicking and resembling one another are applicable to different significations.
*: The just season of doing things must be nicked, and all accidents improved.
*: For Warbeck, as you nick him, came to me.
: Someones nicked my bike!
: The police nicked him climbing over the fence of the house hed broken into.
*: The 200 UDGs may be used either by paging between 10 sets of 20 UDGs or, alternatively, by displaying 96 different characters by poking the system variable CHARS with 256 less than the starting address of your graphics.
*: If you try to poke a value outside this range into a byte, Basic will beep you with an ILLEGAL QUANTITY error.
: to poke an ox
*: Perhaps all those super hackers who so regularly produce infinite lives etc. could produce pokes to be used by 128K users.
*: Gerveys answerde, “Certes, were it gold,
Or in a poke nobles alle untold,
Thou sholdest have, as I am trewe smyth.
*: And then he drew a dial from his poke,
And, looking on it with lack-lustre eye,
Says very wisely, ‘It is ten oclock…’
*: When the Pig is proffered, hold vp the poke.
*: And suddainly vntyes the Poke,
Which out of it sent such a smoke,
As ready was them all to choke,
So greeuous was the pother [...].
*: … and as to shape, a nightmare has as much. Under the poke and the muff-box, the face sometimes entirely disappears …
*: In the summertime theyd reach out and snatch your straw hat right off your head, and if you were fool enough to go after it your poke was bound to be lighter when you came out.
*: She did not eat blood-oranges. Her maw gived her one in a poke and she was going to throw it in the bin, Oh it is all black.
: ux|en|He snatched up the phone.
: ux|en|to snatch at a rope
: to snatch a kiss
*: when half our knowledge we must snatch, not take
*: "How many times have I told you?" she cried, and seized him and snatched his stick away from him.
*: Snatch me to heaven.
: ux|en|He snatched the letter out of the secretarys hand.
: ux|en|Someone has just snatched my purse!
: ux|en|He snatched a sandwich before catching the train.
: ux|en|He snatched a glimpse of her while her mother had her back turned.
: The leftfielder makes a nice snatch to end the inning.
: I heard a snatch of Mozart as I passed the open window.
*: Claude, is it true what they say about Olovia? Of course she’s getting a little old for us—what about Marilyum, did you try her snatch?
*: Roughly Santino ripped the sheet from the bed, exposing all of her. She had blond hair on her snatch, which drove him crazy. He was partial to blondes.
*: “...You want me to ask Brandy to let you paint her naked body with all this gooey stuff to make a mold of her snatch?”
: After being hit with a pitch, the batter exclaimed "Ouch, my arm smarts!"
*: He moved convulsively, and as he did so, said, "Ill be quiet, Doctor. Tell them to take off the strait waistcoat. I have had a terrible dream, and it has left me so weak that I cannot move. Whats wrong with my face? It feels all swollen, and it smarts dreadfully."
*: A goad that ... smarts the flesh.
*: No creature smarts so little as a fool.
*: He that is surety for a stranger shall smart for it.
*: How smart a lash that speech doth give my conscience.
: a smart pain
*: I always preferred the church, and I still do. But that was not smart enough for my family. They recommended the army. That was a great deal too smart for me.
: smart bomb, smart car
: smartcard, smartphone
: a smart outfit
: He became tired of his daughters sarcasm and smart remarks.
*: Who, for the poor renown of being smart / Would leave a sting within a brothers heart?
*: a sentence or two, ... which I thought very smart
*: smart skirmishes, in which many fell
*: There is a smart shower at 5 P.M., and in the midst of it a hummingbird is busy about the flowers in the garden, unmindful of it, though you would think that each big drop that struck him would be a serious accident.
: He raised his voice, and it hurt her feelings right smart.
: That cast on his leg chaffs him right smart.
*: The stars shine smarter.
: a smart gown
: a smart breeze
*: To stand twixt us and our deserved smart.
*: Counsel mitigates the greatest smart.
*: Besides, I shall require your help in snitching the pig. But I was forgetting. You are not abreast of that side of our activities, are you? Emsworth has a pig. The Duke wants it.
*: Yah, I wouldnt git a [[secondhand|second-and]] dress at a pawnbrokers!
*: [[garn|Garn]]! said Liza indignantly. Ill [[swipe]] yer over the snitch if yer talk ter me. [...] "
: ...finagle a day off from work.
: ...shady stockbrokers who finagle their clients out of fortunes.
: As soon as you bite that sandwich, youll know how good it is.
: That dog is about to bite!
: If you see me, come and say hello. I dont bite.
: I needed snow chains to make the tires bite.
: For homeowners with adjustable rate mortgages, rising interest will really bite.
: Are the fish biting today?
: Ive planted the story. Do you think theyll bite?
: These mosquitoes are really biting today!
: It bites like pepper or mustard.
: Pepper bites the mouth.
*: Frosts do bite the meads.
*: At the last it [wine] biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder.
: The anchor bites.
: The anchor bites the ground.
*: The last screw of the rack having been turned so often that its purchase crumbled, ... it turned and turned with nothing to bite.
: This music really bites.
: You dont like that I sat on your car? Bite me.
: He always be biting my moves.
*: I have known a very good fisher angle diligently four or six hours for a river carp, and not have a bite.
: That snake bite really hurts!
: After just one night in the jungle I was covered with mosquito bites.
: There were only a few bites left on the plate.
: Thats really a bite!
: That song is a bite of my song!
: Ill have a quick bite to quiet my stomach until dinner.
*: The baser methods of getting money by fraud and bite, by deceiving and overreaching.
*: a little chit of a woman
*: "These are returns," I said, "quite fit / To me, who nursed you when a chit. / For shame, [[lay by]] this envious art; / Is this to act a sisters part?"
: the chits of Indian corn or of potatoes
*: I have known barley chit in seven hours after it had been thrown forth.
*: Gardeners argue among themselves about how necessary chitting is, but I do chit my seed potatoes.
*: 1.4.3 Also on the board, but turned face down at the beginning of the game, are chits representing treasure sites and sounds and warnings of monsters that may arrive on the map. When characters end a turn in the hex, these chits are revealed. As characters move around the board, more and more of these chits will be revealed, letting the players know where monsters and treasures are to be found.
*: He just longed to get away from here and try his luck somewhere else, but for the sake of his sister he hung on and on till he ran himself into debt over his ears—I can tell you. I, myself, could show a handful of his chits for meals and drinks in my drawer.
*: And he is cashing in chits for her that Mr. Gore, post-impeachment, never asked him to do.
*: Harry would call in a chit with some desk manager who owed him a favor.
: My little brother is such a sneak - yesterday I caught him trying to look through my diary.
: I cant believe I gave that sneak $50 for a ticket when they were selling for $20 at the front gate.
*: We would have been laughed off the street in Philadelphia if we were seen wearing sneaks. In the big city, the young population wore loafers or boots.
: He decided to sneak into the kitchen for a second cookie while his mom was on the phone.
: I went to sneak a chocolate but my dad caught me.
*: [Slander] sneaks its head.
: If you sneak on me Ill bash you!
: The company gave us a sneak look at their new electronic devices.
: I was able to get a sneak peek at the guest list.
: Right so came out an adder of a little heathbush, and it stung a knight in the foot.
: Still, it stung when a slightly older acquaintance asked me why I couldnt do any better.
: My hand stings after knocking on the door so long.
: I thought I could park in front of the hotel, but they stung me for five pounds!
: The children were badly nettled after playing in the field.
*: Liu, whose political writings had nettled the Taiwanese authorities, was assassinated on October 15, last year, in Daly City ...
: The fog eventually lifted, leaving the streets clear.
: You never lift a finger to help me!
*: Their walk had continued not more than ten minutes when they crossed a creek by a wooden bridge and came to a row of mean houses standing flush with the street. At the door of one, an old black woman had stooped to lift a large basket, piled high with laundered clothes.
: She can lift twice her bodyweight.
*: strained by lifting at a weight too heavy
*: The Roman virtues lift up mortal man.
*: being lifted up with pride
: rfquotek|Edmund Spenser
: He gave me a lift to the bus station.
: Take the lift to the fourth floor.
*: The lift came into the shop dressed like a country gentleman, but was careful not to have a cloak about him, so that the tradesman could see he had no opportunity to conceal any goods about his person.
*: The dismissal of a player who left Arsenal for Manchester City before joining Tottenham gave the home players and fans a noticeable lift.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: the lift of a lock in canals
: rfquotek|SaunierWebster 1913