ace

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ace englannista suomeksi

  1. ykkönen

  2. pelata ässä, pelata holari

  3. ässä

  4. päihittää

  5. läpisyöttö

  6. läpisyöttää

  7. suorittaa ässänä

  8. huippu-

  1. merkki on a playing card, piste on a die

  2. ässä

  3. ykkönen

  4. rahtu, hitunen, tippa

  5. ässä, läpisyöttö

  6. ässä, hävittäjä-ässä

  7. kymppi

  8. läpäistä kirkkaasti">läpäistä kirkkaasti

  9. huippu / huippu-

  10. Substantiivi

  11. Verbi

ace englanniksi

  1. ACE

  1. A single point or spot on a card or die.

  2. (syn)

  3. A card or die face so marked.

  4. (ux)

  5. The ball marked with the number 1 in pool and related games.

  6. 1961, ''The Hustler'' (film): a character is calling his next shot

  7. Ace in the corner.
  8. A very small quantity or degree; a particle; an atom; a jot.

  9. c. 1658 Dr. Henry More, ''Government of the Tongue'' :

  10. He will not bate an ace of absolute certainty.
  11. (RQ:Dryden Spanish Fryar)

  12. A serve won without the opponent hitting the ball.

  13. A single point won by a stroke, as in handball, rackets, etc.

  14. The best pitcher on the team.

  15. A run.

  16. A in one.

  17. An expert at something.

  18. (quote-book)

  19. {{quote-journal|en|date=September 29, 2011

  20. A military aircraft pilot who is credited with shooting down many enemy aircraft, typically five or more.

  21. A perfect score on a school exam.

  22. Any of various hesperiid butterflies.

  23. A quark.

  24. (qualifier) To pass (a test, interviews etc.) perfectly.

  25. To win a point by an ace.

  26. To make an ace (in one).

  27. Excellent.

  28. Asexual. (q)

  29. 2009, Anneli Rufus, "Asexuals at the Pride Parade", ''Psychology Today'', 22 June 2009:

  30. "Some people who identify as ace fall under the GLBT umbrella while many others do not. Members of the queer movement have reached out to asexuals to include them in their community. The acronym for this has now become GLBTQA (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and asexual)."
  31. 2010, Amy Ebersole, "Asexuality, not to be confused with celibacy", ''The Daily Aztec'' (San Diego State University), 25 January 2010:

  32. “I was 14 when I first realized I had no interest in sex,” Jed Strohm, a happily satisfied, romantic asexual from upstate New York, said. “I identified as ace (asexual) and the group leader said I was too attractive.”
  33. 2013, Andrea Garcia-Vargas, "Ourselves, our sex, our choices", ''The Eye'', 28 March 2013:

  34. “If you identify as ace asexual and you just don’t feel like having sex, then for me, sex-positive means, ‘That’s great! It’s fantastic you don’t want to have sex!’” says McGown.
  35. (seemoreCites)

  36. A person who is asexual.

  37. 2012, Tasmin Prichard, "Freedom from Desire: Some Notes on Asexuality", ''Salient'' (Victoria University of Wellington), 23 July 2012, page 20:

  38. Asexuals are programmed differently, like anybody else on the LGBTQXYZ spectrum, but difference is cool! Difference is perhaps the best part of being queer. Own it, aces!
  39. 2013, Leigh Miller, "(A)Sexual Healing", ''Jerk'' (Syracuse University), Volume XII, Issue V, April 2013, page 23:

  40. Negativity toward asexuality can make emerging aces fear that something is wrong with them.
  41. 2014, Emma Ianni, "New Group to Bring Awareness Of C. U. Asexual Community", ''The Cornell Daily Sun'' (Cornell University), Volume 130, Number 81, 4 February 2014, page 1:

  42. G. F. said she came up with the idea of creating an asexual group last semester, when she was struggling with the way being an ace was affecting her personal life.
  43. ace

  44. (l) in Chinese communities.

  45. a term of address to Chinese woman.

  46. a flavour of juice|fruit juice, mainly formed by orange, carrot and lemon juice.

  47. (inflection of)

  48. (l) (gloss)

  49. (monikko) ro|ac

  50. The smallest possible amount of something.

  51. The best of a class of things.