arm englannista suomeksi
varsi, ulkoneva osa, haara
varustautua, aseistaa, aseistautua
The part of a piece of clothing that covers the arm.
1851, (w), ''(w),'' New York: Harper, Chapter(nbs)100, p.(nbs)485,https://archive.org/details/mobydickorwhale01melv/page/485/mode/1up?q=%22arm+of+this%22
1970, (w), ''(w),'' New York: Knopf, 1971, p.(nbs)340,https://archive.org/details/troubles00jgfa/page/340/mode/1up?q=%22arm+of+her%22
- (..) he noticed that a dark stain had appeared under the arm of her grey silk dress.
2000, (w), ''(w),'' New York: Vintage, Chapter(nbs)5, p.(nbs)94,https://archive.org/details/whiteteethnovel0000smit/page/80/mode/1up?q=%22arm+of+his%22
- Samad made a grab for the boy and caught him by the arm of his shirt.
Power; might; strength; support.
- To whom is the arm of the Lord revealed?
One of the two parts of a chromosome.
A group of patients in a medical trial.
(term-label) To take by the arm; to take up in one's arms.
1634, attributed to (w) and (w), ''(w)''
- Arm your prize; / I know you will not lose him.
1883, (w), ''(w)''
- The next thing I laid hold of was a brace of pistols, and as I already had a powder horn and bullets, I felt myself well supplied with arms.
War; hostilities; deeds or exploits of war.
''The king armed his knights with swords and shields.''
2015, George R. R. Martin, ''A Dance with Dragons'', Bantam ((ISBN)), page 593:
- They were arming them with spears and shields, putting iron halfhelms on their heads, and arraying them along the inner wall, a rank of snowy sentinels. “Lord Winter has joined us with his levies,” one of the sentries said.
- arm yourselves likewise with the same mind: for he that hath suffered in the flesh hath ceased from sin;
1801(?), John Bunyan, ''The Pilgrim's Progress ... to which is Added, the Life and Death of the Author'', page 359:
- Many following him, and, in his journeyings, he visited many at their houses, and gave them consolation, arming them with steady resolves, to be patient in suffering and trust to God for their reward; (..)
1806, William turner, ''An Abstract of the History of the Bible ... With questions for examination, etc'', page 43:
- God directed them to choose out three hundred only, and, arming them with nothing but trumpets and lamps, to send them by night into the camp of the Midianites.
1885, ''United States Congressional Serial Set'', page 119:
- Q. In other words, you were commissioning men here in Cincinnati to attend the polls, arming them with authority to arrest citizens; men from outside of the city of Cincinnati to arrest citizens of the city of Cincinnati (..)
2011, Meredith H. Lair, ''Armed with Abundance: Consumerism & Soldiering in the Vietnam War'', Univ of North Carolina Press ((ISBN)), page 215:
- Picture taking soothed support troops&39; anxieties twice over, empowering them as they navigated a strange environment, and arming them with proof that they really had served in a war.
2014, Susan Fawcett, ''Grassroots with Readings: The Writer's Workbook'', Cengage Learning ((ISBN)), page 466:
- (..) and arming them with skills, work habits, and inner confidence that no one can ever take away.
To prepare a tool or a weapon for action; to activate.
To cover or furnish with a plate, or with whatever will add strength, force, security, or efficiency.
To take up weapons; to arm oneself.
poor (not rich)
1912, ''Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsche taal— en letterkunde'', volumes 31-32, page 309:
- Hai waz nît tevrêde täus en dârkîs tû râkni arm. (..)|He was not content at home and therefore he became poor.
poor, (l) (gloss)
arm of the sea
to crawl about miserably.
the tail end of something, especially of fishing line
(l); the part