baby

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baby englannista suomeksi

  1. lapsi, sikiö

  2. kultanen, kultsi, kulta, hani, muru

  3. pentu, imeväinen, poikanen

  4. pitää lellikkinä, hoivata

  5. luomus, hengentuote

  6. vauva, kuopus

  1. Substantiivi

  2. vauva not older than two years, pikkulapsi up to 5-6 years

  3. poikanen, poika in compounds, pentu

  4. lapsi, vauva

  5. kulta; kultsi, hani, beibi colloquial

  6. kulta, beibi

  7. lapsi, silmäterä

  8. kuopus

  9. vauva">-vauva in compounds

  10. -vauva in compounds, vauva- in compounds

  11. lasten genitive plural, vauvojen genitive plural

  12. Verbi

baby englanniksi

  1. A very young human, particularly from birth to a couple of years old or until walking is fully mastered.

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  3. Any very young animal, especially a vertebrate; many species have specific names for their babies, such as kittens for the babies of cats, puppies for the babies of dogs, and chickens for the babies of birds. See animals for more.

  4. Unborn young; a fetus.

  5. ''When is your baby due?''

  6. A person who is immature or infantile.

  7. ''Stand up for yourself - don't be such a baby!''

  8. The lastborn of a family; the youngest sibling, irrespective of age.

  9. (quote-book)

  10. (non-gloss definition)

  11. A form of address to a man or a woman considered to be attractive.

  12. ''Hey baby, what are you doing later?''

  13. A project or responsibility.

  14. 1996, (w), ''A People's Tragedy'', Folio Society 2015, p. 902:

  15. Sovnarkom was Lenin's baby, it was where he focused all his energies .

    ''See my new car here? I can't wait to take this baby for a drive.''

  16. A small image of an infant; a doll.

  17. Of a child: very young; of the age when he or she would be termed a baby or infant.

  18. ''a baby boy''

  19. Of an animal: young.

  20. ''a baby elephant''

  21. Intended for babies.

  22. ''baby clothes''

  23. Picked when small and immature (as in ''baby corn'', ''baby potatoes'').

  24. To coddle; to pamper somebody like an infant.

  25. 1922, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter, http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1156/1156-h/1156-h.htm

  26. (..) though he tried to be gruff and mature, he yielded to her and was glad to be babied.
  27. 1944, (w), ''(w)'', "Friction," http://www.gutenberg.net.au/ebooks01/0100121h.html

  28. Then the man effected measles and stayed off the job for six weeks, babying himself at home, though he lived just round the corner from my half-built house.
  29. To tend (something) with care; to be overly attentive to (something), over.

  30. 1967, "Mr. Mac and His Team," ''(magazine)|Time'', 31 March, 1967, http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,941104,00.html

  31. In the past 27 years, "Mr. Mac," as he is known to his 46,000 teammates, has built and babied his McDonnell Co. from nothing into a $1 billion-a-year corporation.
  32. 1912, Linda Craig, interviewed by Theresa Forte, "Tree and Twig farm — a treasure chest of heirloom tomatoes," ''Welland Tribune'', 25 May, 2012, https://web.archive.org/web/20171205052150/http://www.wellandtribune.ca/2012/05/23/tree-and-twig-farm--a-treasure-chest-of-heirloom-tomatoes

  33. I have grown them for years and although some years are better than others, I have always had loads of tomatoes by not babying them, going easy on the water, and fertilizing with compost in the planting hole.
  34. A baby, an infant.

  35. An attractive young female.

  36. (l) (gloss)

  37. (syn)

  38. baby (gloss)

  39. baby (gloss)

  40. soccer, football

  41. (l), darling, sweetheart

  42. (l)

  43. child, (l), neonate

  44. a small shot of whisky

  45. tripod for a film camera

  46. For use by young children

  47. Very young

  48. (infl of)

  49. a (l)

  50. (inflection of)