approach

suomi-englanti sanakirja

approach englannista suomeksi

  1. lähestymislyönti, lähestymislyönti viheriölle

  2. lähestyminen, läheneminen, tulo

  3. vetää vertoja, olla melkein, lähennellä, lähetä

  4. lähestyä

  5. meno- ja tuloreitti

  6. lähestymistapa

  7. lähentyä

  8. lähentely

  9. ote

  10. lähestymisväylä

  1. lähestyä

  2. lähestyminen

  3. käynti, kulku, reitti

  4. lähestymistapa

  5. Substantiivi

approach englanniksi

  1. To come or go near, in place or time; to advance nearer; to draw nigh.

  2. (RQ:Shakespeare Lear Q1)

  3. (RQ:King James Version)

  4. (RQ:Dickens Christmas Carol)

  5. To play an shot.

  6. ''Used intransitively, followed by'' to: to draw near (to someone or something); to make advances; to approximate or become almost equal.

  7. (ux)

  8. (quote-journal) &91;Clowes (printer)|William Clowes&93; for Charles Knight,(nb...)|month=January|year=1824|volume=II|issue=I|page=215|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=eVNFAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA215|oclc=614542612|passage=The great source, as it appears to me, of the power of the (w) (w), is the strong belief with which the story seems to be told. In this respect, the only books which approach to its excellence are (w) and (w).

  9. (quote-book) &91;(w)&93; for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans,(nb...)|year=1839|page=371|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=FGJjAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA371|oclc=27033245|passage=Without these incentives to industry the Norwegian would be like the Laplander, without industry and civilisation; and the nearer he approaches to the ''beau idéal'' of those political economists—to the state of being without a taste for these foreign and expensive luxuries—the nearer he approaches to the condition of the Laplander in the comforts and enjoyments of life.

  10. Of an immovable object or a number of such objects: to be positioned as to (notionally) appear to be moving towards (a place).

  11. (RQ:Spectator)

  12. To come near to (someone or something) in place, time, character, or value; to draw nearer to.

  13. (RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth)''.

  14. (RQ:Temple Miscellanea)&93; was an admirable Poet, and thought even to have approached ''(w)'', in a Poem he writ of Natural Philoſophy; ...

  15. (RQ:Defoe Crusoe) I ſtuck all the Ground without my Wall, for a great way every way, as full with Stakes or Sticks of the ''Osier''-like Wood, which I found ſo apt to grow, as they could well ſtand; inſomuch, that I believe I might ſet in near twenty thouſand of them, leaving a pretty large Space between them and my Wall, that I might have room to ſee an Enemy, and they might have no ſhelter from the young Trees, if they attempted to approach my outer Wall.

  16. (RQ:Audubon Ornithological Biography)|page=234|passage=When one approaches the nest of this species, the male exhibits the greatest anxiety respecting its safety, passes and repasses, fluttering and snapping its bill within a few feet, as if determined to repel the intruder.

  17. (RQ:Dickens Oliver Twist)

  18. (RQ:Wells War of the Worlds)

  19. (quote-book)

  20. To bring (something) near something else; to cause (something) to draw near.

  21. (RQ:Scott Kenilworth)

  22. To attempt to make (a policy) or solve (a problem).

  23. (RQ:Fitzgerald Jazz Age)

  24. To up or propose to (someone) an idea, question, request, etc.

  25. To have intercourse with (someone).

  26. (synonyms)

  27. (RQ:King James Version).

  28. To take approaches to (a place); to move towards (a place) by using covered roads, trenches, or other works.

  29. An act of drawing near in place or time; an advancing or coming near.

  30. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)

  31. (RQ:Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost Q1)

  32. (RQ:Defoe Crusoe)

  33. (RQ:Pope Dunciad) / Thus at her felt approach, and ſecret might, / Art after Art goes out, and all is Night.

  34. (quote-book) T. and J. Swords,(nb...)|year=1811|volume=I|page=10|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=cBs3AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA10|oclc=5327685|passage=The approach of summer, says our Lord, is not more surely indicated by the first appearances of spring, than the final destruction of the wicked by the beginnings of vengeance on this impenitent people.

  35. (RQ:Eliot Adam Bede)

  36. An act of coming near in character or value; an approximation.

  37. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=William Parker|John William Parker and Son,(nb...)|date=10 May 1859|page=85|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=WhuzAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA85|oclc=926205528|passage=The canine, judging from the figures published by M. Lartet|Édouard Lartet, seems to be less developed than in the male chimpanzees, gorillas and orang. In which character the fossil, if it belonged to a male, makes a nearer approach to the human type; but it is one which many of the inferior monkeys also exhibit, and is by no means to be trusted as significant of true affinity, supposing even the sex of the fossil to be known as being male.

  38. An avenue, passage, or way by which a building or place can be approached; an access.

  39. (RQ:Herbert Temple)

  40. (RQ:Cowper Homer) Maſtiffs, in gold and ſilver, lined the approach / On either ſide, by art celeſtial framed / Of (mythology)|Vulcan, guardian of Alcinoüs gate / For ever, unobnoxious to decay.

  41. A path taken to reach the climbing area, for example, from a park, road, etc.

  42. A manner of making (a policy) or solving (a problem, etc.).

  43. (quote-journal)

  44. (quote-journal)|title=Lead Industries Association, Inc., Petitioner, v. Environmental Protection Agency, Respondent (No. 78-2201)|journal=Reporter|Federal Reporter(nb...)|series=2nd Series|location=St. Paul, Minn.|publisher=(publisher)|West Publishing Co.|date=27 June 1980|year_published=1981|volume=647|issue=1–3|page=1136|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.b4441702&view=1up&seq=1218|column=|oclc=891573999|passage=Its the (w)'s initial approach to controlling the amount of lead in the ambient air was to limit lead emissions from automobiles by restricting the amount of lead in gasoline.

  45. (quote-book)|series=100th States Congress|Congress, 2nd Session, States Senate|Senate Document|seriesvolume=no. 100-43; United States Congressional Serial Set; no. 13854|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=States Government Publishing Office|U.S. Government Printing Office|year=1989|page=4|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=pwYwAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA4|oclc=968505334|passage=The functional approach separation of powers issues emphasizes the core functions of each branch and asks whether the challenged action threatens the essential attributes of the legislative, executive, or judicial function or functions. Under this approach, there is considerable flexibility in the moving branch, usually Congress acting to make structural or institutional change, if there is little significant risk of impairment of a core function or in the case of such a risk if there is a compelling reason for the action.

  46. An opportunity of drawing near; access.

  47. (RQ:Bacon Essayes)

  48. (RQ:Swift Cadenus and Vanessa)

  49. (RQ:John Gay Fables)

  50. (RQ:Melville Moby-Dick)

  51. The way an aircraft comes in to land at an airport.

  52. (quote-book), States Department of Transportation|U.S. Department of Transportation|year=2001|page=2-6|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=nyp.33433017685961&view=1up&seq=34|column=2|isbn=978-0-16-050673-4|passage=Most small airplanes maintain a speed well in excess of 1.3 times V(sub) on an instrument approach. An airplane with a stall speed of 50 knots (V(sub)) has a normal approach speed of 65 knots.

  53. The area before the lane in which a bowler may stand or up before bowling the ball.

  54. (short for)

  55. (l) (gloss)

  56. (syn)