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NOUN   a nipper | nippers
SYNO chela | claw | nipper | ...
malec {m} [pot.]nipper [young boy] [coll.]
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Translation for 'nipper' from English to Polish

nipper [young boy] [coll.]
malec {m} [pot.]
Usage Examples English
  • A nail clipper (also called nail clippers, a nail trimmer, a nail cutter or nipper type) is a hand tool used to trim fingernails, toenails and hangnails.
  • C41/46 HDT have been in storage for some time and have now passed to the owner of 53, 41 will be restored as new 'nipper' and restoration starts early 2017.
  • This translation shares semantic and etymological similarities with the Icelandic word "hnoss" (meaning "nipper") as well as the Old Danish words "noss" (meaning "sweetheart") and "nusse" (meaning "infant").
  • Power tools like an angle grinder, tile cutter, tile nipper, the drill bit can be used to do this.
  • The Australian ghost shrimp, marine yabby, or ghost nipper ("Trypaea australiensis") is a species of ghost shrimp in the family Callianassidae, found in Australia and the Indo-West Pacific region.
  • Cronulla is one of the largest and strongest clubs in the surf life saving movement with 1,200 members, including 620 in its nipper ranks.
  • SIPRNet and NIPRNet are referred to colloquially as "SIPPERnet" and "NIPPERnet" (or simply "sipper" and "nipper"), respectively.
  • The Surf Club fosters and supports many other water-oriented sport and recreation club's including the Coogee Minnows (a junior lifesaving/nipper club), Coogee Triathlon Club, The Coogee Boardriders as well as supporting swimming groups such as the Coogee Penguins.
  • He started as a nipper at North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club.
  • I didn't really have many toys when I was a nipper, all I did was draw and draw and draw.” He moved away from drawing and painting and started creating vector-based work using Illustrator, becoming a full-time illustrator in 2006.
  • It was mapped by Norwegian cartographers from surveys and air photos by the Norwegian–British–Swedish Antarctic Expedition (NBSAE) (1949–52) and air photos by the Norwegian expedition (1958–59) and named Knerten (the nipper).
  • Clear was a life-saving nipper from the age of 5 and began kayaking at the age of 21. His early achievements are documented on the Olympics website.
  • These clubs recruit new members into the Lifeguard niche by way of their nipper and Junior Lifesaving Award programs.
  • The Royal Navy also purchased a number of Peter Burt's buoy and nipper device.
  • The ganger and nipper (apprentice), controlling a gang of waggons, rode on the axles and kept the speed at [...] by spragging the wheels to make them skid.
  • also called a claw, nipper, or pincer [...] is a pincer-like organ at the end of certain limbs of some arthropods.
© Polish-English dictionary 2023
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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