“basta morti hengo pas tum,” murmured Hal regretfully, hesitating before the sentry.
Uncle Sam’s Boys in the Philippines H. Irving Hancock
So said the worthy gentleman, and added, in excellent Spanish, “basta!”
Wanderings in Corsica, Vol. 1 of 2 Ferdinand Gregorovius
Arab forces later took the posts of Fuweila and basta, southwest and west of Maan respectively.
The Story of the Great War, Volume VII (of VIII) Various
If you had obeyed me he would have had only one quartet and with that basta.
The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3) Alexander Wheelock Thayer
basta that I will write anything in life that anyone asks me in decency—and a fortiori that you so gracefully ask.
The Letters of Henry James (volume I) Henry James
“basta,” what a useful word one finds in it when dwelling in Italy.
William Shakespere, of Stratford-on-Avon Scott Surtees
basta descender cinco mil varas para pasar de los musgos del polo a las selvas del Ecuador.
Heath’s Modern Language Series: The Spanish American Reader Ernesto Nelson
basta” (enough is said), was his answer; “all the physicians in Manilla are asses.
Adventures in the Philippine Islands Paul P. de La Gironire
The encounter was a fierce one, and it was decided against Michael by a clever manœuvre of basta.
Roumania Past and Present James Samuelson
(I once had it, and basta cos;) so that I am a little shaky and infirm.
The Letters of Henry James, Vol. II Henry James
- Bastard amber
a color of gelatin commonly used in stage lighting, similar to light amber but having a pinkish cast.
- Bastard culverin
a 16th-century cannon, smaller than a culverin, firing a shot of between 5 and 8 pounds (11 and 17.6 kg).
- Bastard eigne
the first-born illegitimate son of parents whose second son was legitimate.
- Bastard cut
adjective (mechanical engineering) (of a file) having medium teeth; intermediate between a coarse cut and a fine cut