American

suomi-englanti sanakirja

American englannista suomeksi

  1. amerikkalainen, Amerikan

  2. amerikanenglanti

  3. yhdysvaltalainen, Yhdysvaltain

  4. jenkki

  1. Substantiivi

  2. amerikkalainen

  3. amerikkalainen, yhdysvaltalainen, jenkki

  4. amerikkalainen, yhdysvaltalainen, Yhdysvaltain">Yhdysvaltain genitive of noun, Amerikan">Amerikan genitive of noun

  5. Amerikan">Amerikan genitive of noun, amerikkalainen

American englanniksi

  1. Any inhabitant of the Americas.

  2. A citizen or inhabitant of (w).

  3. (synonym of) ''or'' (l), an indigenous inhabitant of the Americas. (defdate)

  4. 1711, (w), ''(w)'', p. 56:

  5. The Americans believe that all creatures have souls.
  6. 2012, (w), ‘Mon Père, ce héros’, ''Literary Review'', 402:

  7. Within a few months the ‘slave Alexandre’ had been successfully transformed into what, across the Channel|Channel, was called a ‘blackamoor dandy’. Parisians preferred the more politely euphemistic term ‘American’.
  8. (senseid) A size of type smaller than (l), 1-point type.

  9. A citizen or inhabitant of the States of America.

  10. 1852 July 5, (w), https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/speeches-african-american-history/1852-frederick-douglass-what-slave-fourth-july/ speech to the Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society, Rochester, New York:

  11. Americans! your republican politics, not less than your republican religion, are flagrantly inconsistent. You boast of your love of liberty, your superior civilization, and your pure Christianity, while the whole political power of the nation... is solemnly pledged to support and perpetuate the enslavement of three millions of your countrymen.
  12. 1941, (w), ''(w)'', Pt. I:

  13. ...the British ruling class obviously could not admit to themselves that their usefulness was at an end. Had they done that they would have had to abdicate. For it was not possible for them to turn themselves into mere bandits, like the American millionaires, consciously clinging to unjust privileges and beating down opposition by bribery and tear-gas bombs. After all, they belonged to a class with a certain tradition, they had been to public schools where the duty of dying for your country, if necessary, is laid down as the first and greatest of the Commandments.
  14. 1984 Aug. 11, (w), soundcheck for a (w):

  15. My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. (w).
  16. 2015 October 30, ''(w)'', Season 18, Episode 6:

  17. ''(w):'' But the people coming up to you now, like the Americans, well, you know, the Americans, they're not ''shy'', the Americans.''(w):'' No. Well, no but I don't go anywhere where really they ''can'' get at me. It's usually in museums and art galleries and things, so that limits things. I keep away from there, and (w) I don't go near.

    (ux)

  18. The dialect of English spoken in and around the contiguous United States of America.

  19. {{quote-book|en|year=1871|author=United States. Commission of Inquiry to Santo Domingo|title=Report, with the Introductory Message of the President, Special Reports Made to the Commission, State Papers Furnished by the Dominican Government, and the Statements of Over Seventy Witnesses|page=268

  20. {{quote-book|en|year=1896|title=The North American Review|page=28

  21. {{quote-book|en|year=1945|author=Clarence I. Chatto|author2=Alice L. Halligan|title=The Story of the Springfield Plan

  22. 1909, Ambrose Bierce, ''Write it Right'':

  23. ''Donate'' for ''Give''. Good American, but not good English.
  24. 1942, Rebecca West, ''Black Lamb and Grey Falcon'' (Canongate 2006), page 756:

  25. We sat down in the central square and drank coffee and a man came up and spoke to us in American.
  26. (quote-book)

  27. *(quote-av)

  28. cheese.

  29. Of, from, or pertaining to the States of America, its people, or of the United States|its culture.

  30. (RQ:Melville Moby-Dick)

  31. Should you ever be athirst in the great American desert, try this experiment, if your caravan happen to be supplied with a metaphysical professor.
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  33. 2019 April 14, Jennifer Welsh Zeiter in "Putting American Flags on Police Cars Sparks Backlash in Laguna Beach", ''Los Angeles Times:''

  34. ...they cannot see through their current biases to realize that a police vehicle with the American flag is the ultimate American expression...
  35. Of, from, or pertaining to the Americas.

  36. Of, from, or pertaining to (w).

  37. (synonym of) ''and'' (l), of, from, or pertaining to the indigenous inhabitants of the Americas.

  38. Able to be exercised on any date between its issue and expiry.

  39. 2009, (w), ''Options, Futures, and other Derivatives (Seventh Edition)'', Pearson Education, page 182:

  40. All of these trade on the Chicago Board Options Exchange. Most of the contracts are European. An exception is the OEX contract on the S&P 100, which is American.
  41. 2009, Shih-Feng Huang and Meihui Guo, ''Applied Quantitative Finance (Second Edition)'', Springer, page 295:

  42. Multi-dimensional option pricing becomes an important topic in financial markets (Franker et al., 2008). Among which, the American-type derivative (e.g. the Bermudan option) pricing is a challenging problem.
  43. 2010, Johnathan Mun, ''Modeling Risk + DVD: Applying Monte Carlo Risk Simulation, Strategic Real Options, Stochastic Forecasting, and Portfolio Optimization (Second Edition)'', John Wiley & Sons:

  44. Based on the analyses throughout the case study, it is recommended that the use of a model that assumes an ESO is European style when, in fact, the option is American style with the other exotic variables should not be permitted, as this substantially overstates compensation expenses.