вертел ; шампур ; длинная отмель; намывная коса; слюна ; плевок ; плевание; небольшой дождик или снег; штык ;
насаживать на вертел; протыкать; пронзать; плевать; плюнуть; сплюнуть; сплевывать; оплевать; нахаркать; плеваться; моросить; брызгать; высказывать; выпаливать; фыркать; трещать; шипеть
- But the Florentines to whom Paul Gascoigne is said to be related eat charcoal-grilled steak, chickens roasted on spit, ham, beans and the most beautiful vegetables.
- No other band can take an already macabre melody, violate it beyond humanity and then somehow spit out a bona fide song which such contemptuous animosity.
- For most of the time the estuary is a huge sand spit here which make an ideal feeding ground for estuary birds - look out for oystercatchers and herons.
- TV COMIC Bob Carolgees is flying to war-torn Yugoslavia with Spit the Dog to help buck up British troops who are serving with United Nations forces.
- I was sick too of being affectionately called Shitface and Curryface, and of coming home covered in spit and snot and chalk and wood-shavings.
- To accelerate a body with the mass of Venus to the escape velocity of Jupiter would require a fairly impressive "spit"!
- Best area for the small boat angler is the Exe near the Dawlish Warren spit.
- How about "As clouds roll by for me and Dai", or "As clouds roll by I spit in your eye".
- More commonly it will perform the SPIT and HISS display, especially if its tormentor is a large dog or an aggressive human being.
- I was tired and thirsty and my shin was ablaze, but I could not stop: on, on, on - through a pool of sand - past one dead cow and then another - race across shingle to hit more sand and sink deep - turn backwards - heave, jerk, shout - firm ground again - race into sand - kick the wheelbarrow for its stupidity - stop, heave - trip and fall - get up and heave again - fall face down - spit sand - up and on again.
- The suddenness of the spit makes the attacker jump smartly backwards and the hiss that follows alarms it even more; it retreats carefully, watching the dark corner from where the noise is originating.
- She and Ellen between them had turned out the dining-room, giving it extra spit and polish because of Christmas.
- Those which have the single ring on the hood are found in Assam and Eastern India, and spit venom like the Ringhals Cobra of South Africa which can eject a spray for a distance of 6 to 8 feet and cause severe eye pain, sometimes blindness.