suomi-englanti sanakirja

key englannista suomeksi

  1. salakirjoitusavain, avainlista, merkkienselite, selite
  2. palko
  3. lakikivi
  4. avain
  5. vetonuppi
  6. sävy
  7. sovittaa
  8. key
  9. sävellaji
  10. vastaukset
  11. varustaa avaimilla
  12. vapaaheittoraja
  13. virittää
  14. kosketin, näppäin
  15. tuhota
  16. kilo
  17. tunnistaa
  18. ydin-
  1. avain

  2. selite, merkkienselite

  3. näppäin

  4. kosketin

  5. sävellaji

  6. avain, morseavain

  7. avain, salakirjoitusavain

  8. avain, avainkenttä

  9. syöttää, näppäillä, kirjoittaa

key englanniksi

  1. Key
  1. An object designed to open and close a lock.

  2. (quote-book)|chapter=13

  3. An object designed to fit between two other objects (such as a shaft and a wheel) in a mechanism and maintain their relative orientation.

  4. A crucial step or requirement.

  5. (ux)

  6. (w) (1632–1705)

  7. Those who are accustomed to reason have got the true key of books.
  8. (w) (1809–1892)

  9. who keeps the keys of all the creeds
  10. A guide explaining the symbols or terminology of a map or chart; a legend.

  11. A guide to the correct answers of a worksheet or test.

  12. One of several small, usually square buttons on a typewriter or computer keyboard, mostly corresponding to text characters.

  13. One of a number of rectangular moving parts on a piano or musical keyboard, each causing a particular sound or note to be produced.

  14. One of various levers on a musical instrument used to select notes, such as a lever opening a hole on a woodwind.

  15. A hierarchical scale of musical notes on which a composition is based.

  16. 1881, R.L. Stevenson, ''Puerisque|Virginibus Puerisque'':

  17. A girl, it is true, has always lived in a glass house among reproving relatives, whose word was law; she has been bred up to sacrifice her judgments and take the key submissively from dear papa; and it is wonderful how swiftly she can change her tune into the husband's.
  18. The general pitch or tone of a sentence or utterance.

  19. (w) (1731–1800)

  20. You fall at once into a lower key.
  21. An indehiscent, one-seeded fruit furnished with a wing, such as the fruit of the ash and maple; a samara.

  22. A manual electrical switching device primarily used for the transmission of code.

  23. A piece of information (e.g. a passphrase) used to encode or decode a message or messages.

  24. A password restricting access to an IRC channel.

  25. 2000, "Robert Erdec", ''Re: Help; mIRC32; unable to resolve server'' (on newsgroup ''alt.irc.mirc'')

  26. if you know someone who is in the channel, you can query them and ask for the key.
  27. In a database, a field used as an index into another table (not necessarily unique).

  28. A value that uniquely identifies an entry in a container.

  29. The free-throw lane together with the circle surrounding the free-throw line, the free-throw lane having formerly been narrower, giving the area the shape of a key hole.

  30. A series of logically organized groups of discriminating information which aims to allow the user to correctly identify a taxon.

  31. A piece of wood used as a wedge.

  32. The last board of a floor when laid down.

  33. A keystone.

  34. That part of the plastering which is forced through between the laths and holds the rest in place.

  35. A wooden support for a rail on the rail system.

  36. The object used to open or close a lock, often used as a heraldic charge.

  37. The degree of roughness, or retention ability of a surface to have applied a liquid such as paint, or glue.

  38. The thirty-third card of the Lenormand deck.

  39. The black ink layer, especially in relation to the three color layers of cyan, magenta, and yellow. See also CMYK.

  40. Indispensable, supremely important.

  41. ''He is the key player on his soccer team.''

  42. 2007, Mark H. Moss, ''Shopping as an Entertainment Experience'' (page 46)

  43. Lukas intimates that one of Disney's key attractions was "Main Street USA,” which "mimicked a downtown business district just as Southdale" had done.
  44. Important, salient.

  45. ''She makes several key points.''

  46. {{quote-book|year=2006|author=Black|Edwin Black

  47. {{quote-journal

  48. To fit (a lock) with a key.

  49. To fit (pieces of a mechanical assembly) with a key to maintain the orientation between them.

  50. To mark or indicate with a symbol indicating membership in a class.

  51. 1996 January, ''Garden Dsign Ideas'', second printing, (w), (ISBN), page 25,

  52. So I worked on a tissue-paper copy of the perimeter plan, outlining groupings of plants of the same species and keying them with letters for the species.
  53. 2001, Bruce M. Metzger, ''The Bible in Translation'', (ISBN), page 87,

  54. The volume closes with thirty pages of "Notes, critical and explanatory," in which Thomson provides seventy-six longer or shorter notes keyed to specific sections of the synopsis.
  55. 2002, Karen Bromley, ''Stretching Students' Vocabulary'', (ISBN), page 12,

  56. Talk about similarities between the words and write them below to the left of the anchor, keying them with a plus sign (+). Talk about the characteristics that set the words apart and list them below the box to the right, keying them with a tilde sign (~).
  57. 2007, Stephen Blake Mettee, Michelle Doland{{, and Doris Hall, compilers, ''The American Directory of Writer's Guidelines'', 6th ("2007–2008") edition, (ISBN), page 757,

  58. Indicate the comparative value of each heading by keying it with a number in pencil, in the left margin, as follows:(..)
  59. To depress (a telegraph key).

  60. To operate (the transmitter switch of a two-way radio).

  61. (''more usually'' to key in) To enter (information) by typing on a keyboard or keypad.

  62. Our instructor told us to ''key in our user IDs.''

  63. To vandalize (a car, etc.) by scratching with an implement such as a key.

  64. ''He keyed the car that had taken his parking spot.''

  65. To link (as one might do with a key or legend).

  66. 1960, Richard L. Masland, "Classification of the Epilepsies", in ''Epilepsia'', volume 1, page 516,

  67. The American Heart Association has prepared their own guide to classification and, keying it with the ''Standard Nomenclature of Diseases'', have done much to encourage a concise yet complete diagnosis.
  68. (quote-book)

  69. To be identified as a certain taxon when using a key.

  70. To fasten or secure firmly; to fasten or tighten with keys or wedges.

  71. (rfquotek)

  72. One of a string of small islands.

  73. ''the Florida Keys''

  74. (alternative form of)

  75. (clipping of) (qualifier)

  76. 2010, David J. Silas, ''Da Block'' (page 41)

  77. So starting with ten keys of cocaine and two keys of heroin, Derrick put his plan in motion. Soon every major drug dealer and gang chief from Chicago Avenue to Evanston was in his pocket.
  78. when

  79. cream

  80. quay