hose, flexible tube through which water or other liquids are conveyed; sleeve, part of a shirt which covers the arm; protective cover or case (as for a book or record); cylinder, tubular piece (Machinery); cheesecloth; windsock
(n.) = Manga. Ex: Manga comics utilize the highly distinctive artistic styles found in Japenese comic books and Anime (animated cartoons) = Los comics manga utilizan estilos artísticos muy peculiares típicos de los tebeos y Anime (dibujos animados) japoneses. (n.) = sleeve. Ex: The cord which trips its shutter may reach down a man's sleeve within easy reach of his fingers. ---- * camiseta de mangas cortas = T-shirt [tee-shirt]. * de mangas cortas = short-sleeved. * de mangas largas = long-sleeved ; long-sleeve. * en mangas de camisa = in + Posesivo + short-sleeves. * estar manga por hombro = be a (complete) shambles ; be (in) a (real) mess. * hacer un corte de mangas = give + Alguien + the (middle) finger ; flip + Alguien + the bird ; flip + Alguien + off. * manga de camisa = short sleeve. * manga de mariposa = butterfly net. * manga por hombro = topsy-turvy ; in shambles ; upside down ; all over the place. * mangas de camisa = shirt-sleeve. * más corto que las mangas de un chaleco = as thick as two (short) planks ; as shy as shy can be ; as thick as a brick ; as daft as a brush ; knucklehead. * poner todo manga por hombro = turn + everything upside down. * primera manga = first leg ; away game. * segunda manga = second leg. * sin mangas = sleeveless. (v.) = swipe ; nick. Ex: A thief has swiped the solid-gold medallion given as a Nobel Prize in Physics to Ernest Lawrence. Ex: It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.