|tulppa englanniksi||bung fi, stopper fi, plug fi, spigot fi, dowel fi|
*: With the heavy seas trying to broach the boat they baled — and eventually found someone had forgotten to put the bung in.
*: Andre pulled the bung from the top of a barrel, applied a glass tube with a suction device, and withdrew a pale, almost greenish liquid.
*: You filthy bung, away.
*: It has not yet been ascertained, which is the precise time when it becomes indispensable to bung the cider. The best, I believe, that can be done, is to seize the critical moment which precedes the formation of a pellicle on the surface...
*: Put the wine into a cask, cover up the bung-hole to keep out the dust, and when the hissing sound ceases, bung the hole closely, and leave the wine untouched for twelve months.
*: And to sustain us while we watch or read, we go to the freezer, take out a frozen pizza, bung it in the microwave and make do.
*: The evening we reached the glacier Bowers
*: ...My right eye has gone bung, and my left one is pretty dicky.
*: ‘Morning Mrs. Weissnicht. I?ve just heard as how your washing-machine?s gone bung.’
*: It?s the signal box, the main switchboard, that?s gone bung!
*: Henry had said, “Half a million bloomin? acres. A quarter of a million blanky sheep shorn a year, and they can?t keep on two blokes. It?s not because wer?e union, mate. It?s because we?re newchums. Something?s gone bung with this country.”
*: Often, in our conversations we encourage people to talk, or we manage to stop them. This can happen without our even thinking about it. Following is a list of conversation starters and stoppers.
: Put a stopper in the knot.
: We need a stopper or the boat will sink.
: Hes the number one stopper in the country.
: Cattle futures: spillover momentum plus evidence of a strong stopper (i.e., 96 loads demanded) should kick the opening higher.
: the red stopper
: rfquotek|C. S. Sargent
: He tightly stoppered the decanter, thinking the expensive liqueur had been evaporating.
: The diaphragmatic spasm of his hiccup caused his epiglottis to painfully stopper his windpipe with a loud "hic".
: I pushed the plug back into the electrical socket and the lamp began to glow again.
: Pull the plug out of the tub so it can drain.
: He preferred a plug of tobacco to loose chaw.
: That sorry old plug is ready for the glue factory!
: During the interview, the author put in a plug for his latest novel.
: Pressure built beneath the plug in the caldera, eventually resulting in a catastrophic explosion of pyroclastic shrapnel and ash.
: The fisherman cast the plug into a likely pool, hoping to catch a whopper.
: He attempted to plug the leaks with some caulk.
: The main guest on the show just kept plugging his latest movie: it got so tiresome.
: Keep plugging at the problem until you find a solution.
*: I am awfully glad that you kept your nerve and plugged him; it would have been better if you could have nailed him through the right shoulder, which would not have killed him...
: Id love to plug her.
: A cooper dowels pieces for the head of a cask.Webster 1913