suomi-englanti sanakirja

adhere englannista suomeksi

  1. noudattaa

  2. pitää kiinni, pysyä

  3. kiinnittyä, tarttua

  4. tukea

  5. liimautua

  1. Verbi

  2. kiinnittyä, tarttua

  3. pitää kiinni">pitää kiinni

  4. noudattaa, pitää kiinni">pitää kiinni

adhere englanniksi

  1. To stick fast or 2|cleave, as a glutinous substance does; to become joined or united.

  2. (syn)


  3. 1905, Anna Botsford Comstock, ''How to Keep Bees'' Chapter 16

  4. The sure test of the presence of the disease is found in the dead body of the larva, which is dark and discoloured; and if a toothpick or pin be thrust into it and then drawn back, the body contents will adhere to it in a stringy mass, to the extent of a half or even an entire inch, as if it were mucous or glue; later the bodies of the larvae dry and appear as black scales in the cell bottoms.
  5. *December 23 2016, Victoria Neff in ''Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald'', ''The story of mistletoe''

  6. Mistletoe is an evergreen perennial shrub that has female plants that produce white berries. These white berries are a favorite food of birds who help to reseed the sticky seeds that adhere to tree branches.
  7. To be attached or devoted by personal union, in belief, on principle, etc.

  8. 1829, (w), ''Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada'' Chapter 20

  9. King Ferdinand adopted the magnanimous measure recommended by the queen, but he accompanied it with several shrewd conditions, exacting tribute, military services, and safe passages and maintenance for Christian troops throughout the places which should adhere to Boabdil.
  10. 1913, (w), ''A Foremost American Lyrist: An Appreciation''

  11. She has conceived the high function of poetry as an interpretation and criticism of life, adhering to the canons of her beloved master, Matthew Arnold, and has proven her worth, and the right to receive and exercise the spiritual influence inherited from that great and austere poet.
  12. December 13 2016, Secret aid worker, ''Secret aid worker: NGOs can be efficient, if it involves sacrificing staff''

  13. But from then on, everything went full speed. A tight timeline was adhered to and it became clear that the organisation’s new direction saw no value in keeping or developing the talents it had previously hired.
  14. (quote-journal)

  15. To be consistent or coherent; to be in accordance; to agree.

  16. 2017 September 27, David Browne, " Hugh Hefner, 'Playboy' Founder, Dead at 91," ''Rolling Stone''

  17. For the most part, Hefner's female companions all adhered to the same mold: twentysomething, bosomy and blonde. "Well, I guess I know what I like," he once said when asked about his preferences.
  18. To affirm a judgment.

  19. (inflection of)