aspirate

suomi-englanti sanakirja

aspirate englannista suomeksi

  1. imeä

  2. aspiroida

  3. aspiraatta

  1. Substantiivi

  2. aspiraatio, henkäisy

  3. aspiraatta

  4. Verbi

  5. imeä, imaista, aspiroida

  6. vetää henkeen, aspiroida

  7. henkäistä, aspiroida

aspirate englanniksi

  1. The puff of air accompanying the release of a plosive consonant.

  2. A sound produced by such a puff of air.

  3. 1972, Leonard R. Palmer, ''Descriptive and Comparative Linguistics'', page 50

  4. We now come to the so-called aspirate h, which must be also classified as a fricative consonant.
  5. A mark of aspiration () used in Greek; the asper, or rough breathing.

  6. a. 1742, (w), ''letter to Dr. Mead''

  7. But we must correct then twenty authors who have it in the compound απηθείν and απήθημα ; and not (as the aspirate would require it) åpnoelv and αφήθημα
  8. A sample of fluid, tissue, or other substance that is withdrawn from a cavity, cyst, or tumor.

  9. To remove a liquid or gas by means of suction.

  10. 2003, Miep H. Helfrich ''et al.'' (eds.), ''Bone Research Protocols'', page 430

  11. Scrape cells using a cell scraper and aspirate the resulting slurry into a 2.0-mL Eppendorf tube.
  12. To inhale so as to draw something other than air into one's lungs.

  13. To produce an audible puff of breath. especially following a consonant.

  14. 1887, James Frederick Hodgetts, ''Greater England'', page 33

  15. There is no doubt that the uncertainty about the letter H, which much defaces English in some classes of the community, is due entirely to Norman influence, for Frenchmen could not aspirate. Three words—hour, honor, heir, with compounds of them such as hourly, honourable, heirship, and the like, are quite enough to puzzle people who find H sometimes sounded, sometimes not.
  16. (syn of).

  17. (quote-book)|title=The Origin and Development of the Bengali Language|publisher=of Calcutta|Calcutta University Press|year=1926|volume=1|page=261|passage=(..)and there was in Late Middle Bengali a tendency to drop aspiration of non-initial aspirate stops.

  18. (inflection of)

  19. (feminine plural of)