ash

suomi-englanti sanakirja

ash englannista suomeksi

  1. saarni

  2. tuhka

  3. tuhkata

  1. tuhka

  2. hehkuttaa

  3. saarni

  4. Substantiivi

ash englanniksi

  1. The solid remains of a fire.

  2. (ux)

  3. The nonaqueous remains of a material subjected to any complete oxidation process.

  4. Fine particles from a volcano, volcanic ash.

  5. Human (or animal) remains after cremation.

  6. What remains after a catastrophe.

  7. (quote-journal)

  8. A gray colour, like that of ash.

  9. (color panel)

  10. To reduce to a residue of ash. See ''ashing''.

  11. 1919, Harry Gordon, ''Total Soluble and Insoluble Ash in Leather'', published in the ''Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association'', W. K. Alsop and W. A. Fox, eds, volume XIV, number 1, on page 253

  12. I dried the extracted leather very slowly on the steam bath (..) until the substance was dry enough to ash. (..) I think that the discrepancy in the percentages of "total ash" by method No. 2 and No. 6 is due to this excessive heat required to ash the leather (..)
  13. 1981, Hans Weill, Margaret Turner-Warwick, and Claude Lenfant, eds, ''Occupational Lung Diseases: Research Approaches and Methods'', ''Lung Biology in Health and disease, volume 18'', page 203

  14. The inorganic material left after ashing lung tissue specimens not only contains inhaled particles but also very large quantities of inorganic residue derived from the tissue itself.
  15. 1989?, ''Annals of Botany'', volume 64, issues 4-6, page 397

  16. Ash and silica contents of the plant material were determined by classical gravimetric techniques. Tissue samples were ashed in platinum crucibles at about 500 °C, and the ash was treated repeatedly with 6 N hydrochloric acid to remove other mineral impurities.
  17. 2010, S. Suzanne Nielsen, ed, ''Food Analysis, fourth edition'', (ISBN), Chapter 12, "Traditional Methods for Mineral Analysis", page 213

  18. A 10-g food sample was dried, then ashed, and analyzed for salt (NaCl) content by the Mohr titration method (AgNO3 + Cl → AgCl). The weight of the dried sample was 2g, and the ashed sample weight was 0.5g.
  19. To hit the end off of a burning cigar or cigarette.

  20. To hit the end off (a burning cigar or cigarette).

  21. (quote-book)

  22. To cover newly-sown fields of crops with ashes.

  23. 1847, H., ''Ashes on Corn.---An Experiment'', published in the ''Genesee Farmer'', volume 8, page 281

  24. Last spring, after I planted, I took what ashes I have saved during the last year, and put on my corn (..). On harvesting I cut up the two rows which were not ashed (or twenty rods of them,) and set them apart from the others in stouts; and then I cut up two rows of the same length, on each side, which had been ashed, (..)
  25. 1849, in a letter to James Higgins, published in 1850 in ''The American Farmer'', volume V, number 7, pages 227-8

  26. After the corn was planted, upon acre A, I spread broadcast one hundred bushels of lime, (cost $3) and fifty bushels of ashes, (cost $6.) (..) The extra crop of the combination over the limed acre or ashed, was paid by the increased crop, (..)
  27. A shade tree of the genus ''Fraxinus''.

  28. The wood of this tree.

  29. The traditional name for the ae ligature (æ), as used in English.

  30. (alternative form of)