haastaa englanniksi   test, dare, pit, appeal, demand, defy, dispute, summon, subpoena


*: Who would excel, when few can make a test / Betwixt indifferent writing and the best?

: Climbing the mountain tested our stamina.

: to test the soundness of a principle; to test the validity of an argument

*: Experience is the surest standard by which to test the real tendency of the existing constitution.

: ux|en|He tested positive for cancer.

: to test a solution by litmus paper

*: Prelates and great lords of England, who were for the more surety tests of that deed.

: ux|en|I wouldnt dare argue with my boss.

*: The fellow dares not deceive me.

*: Why then did not the ministers use their new law? Because they durst not, because they could not.

: ux|en|I dare you to kiss that girl.

: Will you dare death to reach your goal?

*: To wrest it from barbarism, to dare its solitudes.

*: For I have done those follies, those mad mischiefs, / Would dare a woman.

: rfquotek|Nares

*: It lends a lustre ... / A large dare to our great enterprise.

*: Childish, unworthy dares / Are not enought to part our powers.

*: Sextus Pompeius / Hath given the dare to Caesar.

*: ‘Sir, here bene knyghtes com of kyngis blod that woll nat longe droupe and dare within thys wallys.’

*: The Dare is not unlike a Chub, but proportionably less; his Body is more white and flatter, and his Tail more forked.Webster 1913

: ux|en|His circus job was the pits, but at least he was in show business.

: ux|en|I felt pain in the pit of my stomach.

*: Back to the infernal pit I drag thee chained.

*: He keepeth back his soul from the pit.

*: as fiercely as two gamecocks in the pit

: Exposure to acid rain pitted the metal.

: Are you ready to pit your wits against one of the worlds greatest puzzles?

*: For the 75 years since a district rebellion was put down, The Games have existed as an assertion of the Capital’s power, a winner-take-all contest that touts heroism and sacrifice—participants are called “tributes”— while pitting the districts against each other.

: One must pit a peach to make it ready for a pie.

*: I resolved to find all my pits good homes and to get out of the rescue and breeding business.

*: And there opynly Sir Mador appeled the quene of the deth of hys cousyn Sir Patryse.

*: He gan that Ladie strongly to appele / Of many haynous crymes by her enurednb....

: rfquotek|Tomlins

*: For if I be an offender, or have committed any thing worthy of death, I refuse not to die: but if there be none of these things whereof these accuse me, no man may deliver me unto them. I appeal unto Caesar.

*: I appeal to the Scriptures in the original.

*: They appealed to the sword.

: ux|en|That idea appeals to me.

*: Man to man will I appeal the Norman to the lists.

: rfquotek|Milton

: rfquotek|Tomlins

: rfquotek|Bouvier

: rfquotek|John Dryden

*: a kind of appeal to the Deity, the author of wonders

: ux|en|Prices usually go up when demand exceeds supply.

: ux|en|There is a demand for voluntary health workers in the poorer parts of Africa and Asia.

: ux|en|Modern society is responding to womens demands for equality.

: ux|en|His job makes many demands on his time.

: ux|en|She couldnt ignore the newborn babys demands for attention.

: ux|en|I demand to see the manager.

: ux|en|The bank is demanding the mortgage payment.

: ux|en|I demand an immediate explanation.

: ux|en|This job demands a lot of patience.

: rfquotek|Dryden

*: For thee I have defied my constant mistress.

: ux|en|to defy an enemy;   to defy the power of a magistrate;   to defy the arguments of an opponent;   to defy public opinion

*: I once again / Defie thee to the trial of mortal fight.

*: "So you actually think yours is good-looking?" sneered the Baker. "Why, I could make a better-looking one out of a piece of dough."

*: "I defy you to," the Hansom-driver replied. "A face like mine is not easily copied. Nor am I the only person of that opinion. All the ladies think that I am beautiful. And of course I go by what they think."

: ux|en|If you defy your teacher you will get the strap.

*: Before coalition forces arrived, Iraq was ruled by a dictatorship that murdered its own citizens, threatened its neighbors, and defied the world.

*: By tossing this nineteenth electron back and forth between its own orbit and that of its lost companion more than twenty-five thousand times a second, a mutilated stone atom is able partially to defy gravity and thus successfully to ride the emerging streams of light and energy, the sunbeams, to liberty and adventure.

*: “To be determined,” Kane said, “is whether Griner and her towering skill and engaging personality will defy the odds and attract corporate sponsors as part of widespread public acceptance four decades after passage of the gender-equity legislation known as Title IX.”

*: Addicted more / To contemplation and profound dispute.

: rfquotek|Daniel Defoe

: Some residents disputed the proposal, saying it was based more on emotion than fact.

: to dispute assertions or arguments

*: to seize goods under the disputed authority of writs of assistance

*: to dispute the possession of the ground with the Spaniards

*: Dispute it [grief] like a man.

*: Silence is primary, summoning presence to itself; so its a connection to the realm of origin.

*: For securing the attainment of what he considered to be a most desirable end, he summoned all his abilities with a most praiseworthy energy and perseverance.

*: Joseph needed to summon all his reserve to keep his self-control, for no sooner had Asa voiced his request than Joseph recalled his remark to Aaron about a child being given to this couple in lieu of their giving Mary to him.

*: City will feel nonplussed when they review the tape and Pellegrini had to summon all his restraint in the post-match interviews.

*: “Why won&

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