10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUT ONE'S OAR IN»
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English-Albanian Dictionary of Idioms
Come on, everyone, shoulders to the wheel — we 've got a lot to do. put one's oar
in perzihem, nderhyj, fus hundet □ He stayed in his armchair thinking: 'Putting
my oar in! A nasty mess, and going to be nastier! ' put on the map ben te njohur, ...
English/German Dictionary of Idioms: Supplement to the ...
hineinfunken • kommen: (jm) dazwischen kommen to have to put one's oar in
Kren: j. muß immer/unbedingt/... seinen Kren dazugeben/zu etw. geben s.o.
always has to put bis oar in/to add his penni'orth Senf: j. muß immer/unbedingt/...
Professor Hans Schemann, 2013
The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition
This idiom, alluding to contributing cash to support one's stated views, has been
broadened to include any kind of action. [First half of 1900s] put one's nose out of
joint ➧ See nose out of joint. put one's oar in 366 put one's oar in Interfere.
Oxford Thesaurus of English
2 Christina felt bound to interject before there was open warfare: interrupt,
intervene, cut in, break in, butt in, chime in; have one's say, put one's oar in;
remark, comment; Brit. informal chip in, put one's pennyworth in; N. Amer.
informal put one's ...
Oxford American Writer's Thesaurus
... lamebrained, thickheaded; archaic lubberly. oar noun paddle, scull, blade. –
phrases put one's oar in/put in one's oar sometimesI like to put my oar in and my
advice can be a little tactless: meddle, interfere, butt in, intrude, intervene, ...
English idioms for Spanish speakers
... put one's house in order 199 to put one's oar in 192 to put oneself out 218 to
put out 218 to put someone on the spot 262 to put someone up 218 to put (lay)
the blame on 27 to put the cart before the horse 43 to put the touch on someone
Eugene Savaiano, Lynn W. Winget, 2007
10,000 Dreams Interpreted
2 To put one's oar in indicates our abilityto interfere with other people'slives. To
lose an oar indicates theloss ofan ability wehave formerly valued. 3 An oar can
suggest a SpiritualTool, by nature of its guiding qualities, though ultimatelyit is we
The Nelson Contemporary English Dictionary
... flat blade for rowing 2 an oarsman put one's oar in to interfere rest on one's
oars to stop working for a time oarsman lawz'manl n one who rows oarsmanship
n oasis loay'sisl n (pl-ses Say'seez) a fertile place in the desert where there is
Heinemann English Dictionary
Phrase put one's oar in (informal) to interfere. Word Family oared adjective;
oarsman (plural oarsmen) noun a person who rows a boat. oasis (o-ay-sis) noun
(plural oases) (o-ay- seez) 1 an area in a desert made fertile by water from a
spring or ...
German/English Dictionary of Idioms
hineinfunken sal — (eher:) jm. dazwischenfunken ' to keep buttlng in, to butt in, to
put one's oar in hineingeheimnissen: etw. in jn./etw. hineingeheimnissen ugs - t0
try t0 find hidden meanlngs in sth. n, to try t0 read sth. into sth. n, t0 look for ...