toey

toey

(ˈtəʊɪ)
adj
1. (of a person) nervous or anxious
2. (of a person) eager for sexual activity; aroused
3. (Horse Racing) rare (of a horse) eager to race
4. toey as a Roman sandal very anxious
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toey

adj (Austral inf: = nervous) → nervös
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Pattharanit Toey displays her speciality mangoes at her kiosk.
While inquiring about Nohng's medical training, Toey also asks about his personality and his sports interests and athletic abilities.
Hartcher, Peter (2009) 'Toey Liberals Spoiling for an Election Fight Are Just Plain Batty', Sydney Morning Herald, 23 May 2009.
Joe Maier, a Redemptorist priest born in Longview, Wash., co-founded the Human Development Foundation Mercy Centre in Klong Toey, the largest slum in Bangkok.
Connell says a group of five board members--Daryl Anderson, Toey Caldwell, Paul Napier, Yale Summers and Connell--sat down and asked all the questions they thought were important: "What are we giving awards for?
Det Sgt Nathan Toey said a hammer covered in Wentholt's blood was located at the crime scene, but there was no evidence it was used in the attack.
(67) Author interview with Prateep Ung Songtham, Klong Toey, Bangkok, 2 July 2011.
There's Thai fried noodles with shrimp (pad thai), blanched shrimp with spicy dressing (kung khan waan), grilled aromatic shrimp (kung yang phan bai toey), Golden Shrimp Cakes (thod man kung), peppercorn vegetable soup with shrimp (kaeng liang kung) and shrimp wonton.
His current research involves an in-depth ethnographic study of Buddhist-related amulets, charms, votive tablets, and tattoos and the roles they play among a group of motorbike taxi drivers in Bangkok's Klong Toey market and slum district.
The area around Victory Monument and the Khlong Toey district, the two main areas that had become battlegrounds since Friday last week, have gradually returned to normalcy.
Hundreds of the red-shirted protesters have gathered on the road in working-class Klong Toey district since Saturday, many suffering gunshot wounds as they confronted nearby troops, hurling petrol bombs, rocks and crude homemade rockets.