|lasi englanniksi||pot, glass, bell|
*: There are plenty of pubs and bars all over Australia (serving beer in schooners – 425ml or middies/pots ~285ml), and if you don?t fancy those you can drink in wine bars, pleasant beer gardens, or with friends at home.
: ux|en|His prospects went to pot.
: a graphite pot; a melting pot
*: ux|en|“Clinton,” Gail cried from outside, “are you going to sit on the pot all day?”
: to pot a plant
: potted meat
: The black ball doesnt pot; the red is in the way.
*: When hunted, it [the jaguar] takes refuge in trees, and this habit is well known to hunters, who pursue it with dogs and pot it when treed.
*: It is less labour to plough than to pot it.
: to pot sugar, by taking it from the cooler, and placing it in hogsheads, etc. with perforated heads, through which the molasses drains off
: rfquotek|B. Edwards
: Could you please pot the children before sending them to bed?
: ux|en|The tabletop is made of glass.
: ux|en|A popular myth is that window glass is actually an extremely viscous liquid.
: ux|en|Fill my glass with milk please.
: ux|en|Would you like a glass of milk?
*: At half-past nine on this Saturday evening, the parlour of the Salutation Inn, High Holborn, contained most of its customary visitors....In former days every tavern of repute kept such a room for its own select circle, a club, or society, of habitués, who met every evening, for a pipe and a cheerful glass.
: ux|en|We collected art glass.
: ux|en|She adjusted her lipstick in the glass.
*: Haviers, or stags which have been gelded when young, have no horns, as is well known, and in the early part of the stalking season, when seen through a glass, might be mistaken for hummels ...
: ux|en|He caught the rebound off of the glass.
: ux|en|He fired the outlet pass off the glass.
*: The glass is falling hour by hour.
: ux|en|glass frog; glass shrimp; glass worm
*: She would not live / The running of one glass.
*: JUDD. Any trouble last night?
*: LES. Usual. Couple of punks got glassed.
*: I often mused on what the politicians or authorities would say if they could see for themselves the horrendous consequences of someone who’d been glassed, or viciously assaulted.
*: One night he was in this nightclub in Sheffield and he got glassed by this bloke who’d been just let out of prison that day.
*: “The Covenant don’t ‘miss’ anything when they glass a planet,” the Master Chief replied.
*: Andy took his binoculars and glassed the area below.
*: Happy to glass themselves in such a mirror.
*: Where the Almightys form glasses itself in tempests.
*: HEAR the sledges with the bells —
*: Silver bells!
*: What a world of merriment their melody foretells!
: I’ll give you a bell later.
*: In a cowslips bell I lie.
: Who will bell the cat?
: to bell a tube
*: "Vinny, you tosser, its Keith. I thought you were back today. Im in town. Bell us on the mobile.
: Hops bell.
*: This animal is said to harbour in the place where he resides. When he cries, he is said to bell; the print of his hoof is called the slot; his tail is called the single; his excrement the fumet; his horns are called his head [...].
*: As the dawn was breaking the Sambhur belled / Once, twice and again!
*: Then, incredibly, a rutting stag belled by the trunks.