|skal englanniksi||skin sv, rind sv, case sv, cheers sv, toast sv, bowl sv, occasion sv, peel sv, shell sv, sink sv, housing sv, hull sv, reason sv|
: He is so disgusting he makes my skin crawl.
: In order to get to the rest of the [[paint]] in the can, you?ll have to remove the skin floating on top of it.
: You can use this skin to change how the [[browser]] looks.
: Pass me a skin, mate.
: Let me see a bit of skin.
*: skins of wine
: He fell off his [[bike]] and skinned his knee on the concrete.
: Can I skin the application to put the picture of my cat on it?
: A wound eventually skins over.
*: It will but skin and film the ulcerous place.
*: Sweetest nut hath sourest rind.
*: Thou canst not touch the freedom of my mind / With all thy charms, although this corporal rind / Thou hast immanacled.
*: Taking the money from a man when hes got his pants down. What are you, a doctor or a tailors tout? Thirty bucks! If I figured youd have the rind to touch me that much Id have lashed them up with a pair of braces!
*: April 9, 1940. Then one of our RAF customers had the rind to suggest that ‘you women ought to give up smoking for the duration you know’. This, when they have the alternative of smoking pipes which is not open to us, [...]
*: [About a football match.] Come the second half and the Trinidadians and Tobagans had the immortal rind to make excursions into the England half, the spectacle of which was deeply offensive to those whose memories extend to those happy days before 1962, when independence was unwisely conferred on this archipelago. Back in those days, a game like this would have presented little anxiety. Any goals scored by the Trinidadians, or Tobagans for that matter, would have been instantly become the property of the Crown and therefore added to Englands tally. Glad times – 22 men working together for a common aim. However, such is the insolence of the modern age that these dark fellows dared approach the England penalty box, forelocks untugged, as if demanding instant entry to the Garrick club without having been put up by existing members.
: ux|en|For a change, in this case, he was telling the truth.
: ux|en|It is not the case that every unfamiliar phrase is an idiom.
: ux|en|In case of fire, break glass. [sign on fire extinguisher holder in public space]
*: Ne wist he how to turne, nor to what place: / Was never wretched man in such a wofull cace.
: ux|en|It was one of the detectives easiest cases. Social workers should work on a maximum of forty active cases. The doctor told us of an interesting case he had treated that morning.
: ux|en|The teaching consists of theory lessons and case studies.
: ux|en|The accusative case canonically indicates a direct object. Latin has six cases, and remnants of a seventh.
*: Now, the Subject of either an indicative or a subjunctive Clause is always assigned Nominative case, as we see from:
(16) (a) I know [that they/*them/*their leave for Hawaii tomorrow]
(16) (b) I demand [that they/*them/*their leave for Hawaii tomorrow]
By contrast, the Subject of an infinitive Clause is assigned Objective case, as we see from:
(17) I want [them/*they/*their to leave for Hawaii tomorrow]
And the Subject of a gerund Clause is assigned either Objective or Genitive case: cf.
(18) I dont like the idea of [them/their/*they leaving for Hawaii tomorrow]
: ux|en|Jane has been studying case in Caucasian languages. Latin is a language that employs case.
: ux|en|There were another five cases reported overnight.
*: Place a break statement at the end of every case to prevent case fall-through.
*: Execution does not automatically stop at the next case.
*: Casing upon the matter.
: a case for spectacles; the case of a watch
: a door case; a window case
: He drew the case eight!
*: The man who, cased in steel, had passed whole days and nights in the saddle.
*: You are in the grounds of Brockholes Abbey, a house into which a great deal of valuable property has just been moved. And your job is to case the joint for a break in.
*: Bonnie worked as a daycare director. She helped case the FBI office by posing as a college student interested in becoming an FBI agent.
: I ate a piece of toast for breakfast.
: All toasters toast toast.
: At the reception, there were many toasts from the well-wishers.
: He was the toast of high society.
: If I ever get my hands on the guy that stole my wallet, he’s toast!
: We liked to toast marshmallows around the campfire.
: Top with cheese and toast under the grill for a few minutes.
: We toasted the happy couple many times over the course of the evening.
: I toasted my feet by the fire.
: ux|en|You can’t have any more soup - you’ve had three bowls already.
*: “Purple smoke is no joke. Especially when it is real purple. The smell, taste, and high is easily one of the best in the world. One bowl of some purple Kush, and Im done for a couple of hours.
: Lets smoke a bowl!
*: Break all the spokes and fellies from her wheel, / And bowl the round nave down the hill of heaven. made its triumphant entry.
*: As the tiny Virgin... approaches one of the barrio churches, bells peel vigorously, a brass band launches into a fast-paced tune, and large rockets zoom... .
*: But govern ill the nations under yoke, / Peeling their provinces.
: In some mollusks, as the cuttlefish, the shell is concealed by the animals outer mantle and is considered internal.
: Genuine mother of pearl buttons are made from sea shells.
: The black walnut and the hickory nut, both of the same Genus as the [[pecan]], have much thicker and harder shells than the pecan.
: The first lyre may have been made by drawing [[string]]s over the underside of a tortoise shell.
*: when Jubal struck the chorded shell
: The name shell originates from it being viewed as an outer layer of interface between the user and the internals of the operating system.
: The name "Bash" is an acronym which stands for "Bourne-again shell", itself a pun on the name of the "Bourne shell", an earlier Unix shell designed by Stephen Bourne, and the Christian concept of being "born again".
: Hes lost so much weight from illness; hes a shell of his former self.
: Even after months of therapy hes still in his shell.
: A shell corporation was formed to acquire the old factory.
: Nuts shell in falling.
: Wheat or rye shells in reaping.
*: Automenu is a good program to try, and offers a fair amount of protection - but, unfortunately, its one of those systems that allow users to shell to DOS.
: ux|en|A stone sinks in water. nowrap|The sun gradually sank in the west.
: ux|en|The joint will hold tighter if you sink a wood screw through both boards. nowrap|The dog sank its teeth into the delivery mans leg.
*: My sister beats me at pool in public a second time. I claim some dignity back by potting two of my balls before Tammy sinks the black.
*: I tried, but I could not wake him. This caused me a great fear, and I looked around terrified. Then indeed, my heart sank within me. Beside the bed, as if he had stepped out of the mist, or rather as if the mist had turned into his figure, for it had entirely disappeared, stood a tall, thin man, all in black.
*: Peters heart sank. "Dont you think it is dreadful?" he asked.
: ux|en|to sink ones reputation
*: If I have a conscience, let it sink me.
*: Thy cruel and unnatural lust of power / Has sunk thy father more than all his years.
*: Who would sink so low as to steal change from veterans?
*: If sent with ready money to buy anything, and you happen to be out of pocket, sink the money, and take up the goods on account.
*: a courtly willingness to sink obnoxious truths
: ux|en|to sink the national debt
*: I think our country sinks beneath the yoke.
*: Let not the fire sink or slacken.
*: The Alps and Pyreneans sink before him.
*: It was not far from the house; but the ground sank into a depression there, and the ridge of it behind shut out everything except just the roof of the tallest hayrick. As one sat on the sward behind the elm, with the back turned on the rick and nothing in front but the tall elms and the oaks in the other hedge, it was quite easy to fancy it the verge of the prairie with the backwoods close by.
: Jones has a two-seamer with heavy sink.
: We are housing the Wik* servers in Florida.
: She lives in low-income housing.
: The gears were grinding against their housing.
: She sat on the back porch hulling peanuts.
*: Deep in their hulls our deadly bullets light.
: holomorphically convex hull; affine hull; injective hull
*: We goe not, but we are carried: as things that flote, now gliding gently, now hulling violently, according as the water is, either stormy or calme.
: ux|en|The reason this tree fell is that it had rotted.
*: There is a reason why so many should be symmetrical: The selective advantage in a symmetrical complex is enjoyed by all the subunits...
: ux|en|The reason I robbed the bank was that I needed the money.
: ux|en|If you dont give me a reason to go with you, I wont.
*: This is the reason why he proposes to offer a libation, to atone for the abuse of the day by their diversions.
*: Ralph Touchett, for reasons best known to himself, had seen fit to say that Gilbert Osmond was not a good fellow...
*: I have forgotten the reason he gave for not travelling by air. I felt sure that it was not the correct reason, and that he suffered from a heart trouble which he kept to himself.
: ux|en|Mankind should develop reason above all other virtues.
*: And the specific distinction between man and beast is now, strictly speaking, no longer reason (the lumen naturale of the human animal) but science...
*: I was promised, on a time, To have reason for my rhyme.
: I reasoned the matter with my friend.
: to reason one into a belief; to reason one out of his plan
: to reason down a passion
: to reason out the causes of the librations of the moon