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suomi-englanti sanakirja

back englannista suomeksi

  1. menneet, taakse

  2. peruuttaa, perääntyä

  3. kannattaa

  4. perä-

  5. vanha, aiempi

  6. selusta, takapuoli, kääntöpuoli

  7. taka-, perukka

  8. noja, selkänoja

  9. selkä-

  10. olla jkn puolella

  11. selkäranka

  12. takamies, pakki

  13. selkäpuoli, selkä

  14. kääntyä vastapäivään

  15. lyödä vetoa

  16. takakansi

  17. taaksepäin

  18. varustaa selustalla, varustaa selkämyksellä

  19. vahvistaa

  20. olla jnk takana, olla jnk reunustama, olla jnk rajaama, olla jnk taustalla

  21. puolustaja

  22. takaisin

  23. tukea, antaa tukea

  24. vastaan

  1. taka-

  2. vanha

  3. syrjä-, syrjäinen

  4. taka-, takainen

  5. takaisin

  6. kauemmas, poispäin, pois

  7. kiinni, estäen, hilliten, pidätellen

  8. selkä

  9. kääntöpuoli, nurja puoli, takapuoli, taka-

  10. perä, perukka

  11. perä, takaosa, peräpää

  12. selkänoja

  13. puolustaja, pakki

  14. peruuttaa

  15. tukea

  16. pakata

  17. säiliö

  18. Substantiivi

  19. Verbi

back englanniksi

  1. At or near the rear.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  4. Returned or restored to a previous place or condition.

  5. Not current.

  6. Situated away from the main or most frequented areas.

  7. In arrears; overdue.

  8. Moving or operating backward.

  9. (senseid) Pronounced with the highest part of the body of the tongue toward the back of the mouth, near the palate (most often describing a vowel).

  10. (ux) has a back vowel in most dialects of England.

  11. To or in a previous condition or place.

  12. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  13. (quote-journal)

  14. In a direction opposite to that in which someone or something is facing or normally pointing.

  15. ''Someone pushed me in the chest and I fell back.''

    ''The grandfather clock toppled back and crashed to the ground.''

    ''Her arm was bent back at an odd angle.''

  16. In a direction opposite to the usual or desired direction of movement or progress, physically or figuratively.

  17. Towards, into or in the past.

  18. Away from someone or something; at a distance.

  19. ''Keep back! It could explode at any moment!''

  20. Away from the front or from an edge.

  21. (ux)

  22. (RQ:Lincoln Pratt's Patients). It twisted and turned,(..)and opened out into a big clear space like a lawn. And, back of the lawn, was a big, old-fashioned house, with piazzas stretching in front of it, and all blazing with lights. 'Twas the house I'd seen the roof of from the beach.

  23. So as to shrink, recede or move aside, or cause to do so.

  24. ''This tree is dying back.''

    ''Clear back all this vegetation.''

    ''Draw back the curtains and let in some light.''

  25. In a manner that impedes.

  26. In a reciprocal manner; return.

  27. ''The light bounces back off the mirror.''

  28. {{quote-av

  29. Earlier, ago.

  30. (quote-book)

  31. To a later point in time. ''See also ''back''.''

  32. The rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly.

  33. (RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher)

  34. The spine and associated tissues.

  35. Large and attractive buttocks.

  36. (quote-song)

  37. (quote-book)"You got some back on you, girl."

  38. The part of a piece of clothing which covers the back.

  39. (senseid) The backrest, the part of a piece of furniture which receives the human back.

  40. That part of the body that bears clothing. (Now used only in the phrase (l).)

  41. That which is farthest away from the front.

  42. The side of any object which is opposite the front or useful side.

  43. (senseid) The edge of a book which is bound.

  44. The inside margin of a page.

  45. (quote-book)| page=472| year_published=1965|publisher=Ayer Publishing| title=A Dictionary of the Art of Printing| isbn=0833731289| passage=Convenience and custom have familiarised us to the printed page being a little higher than the middle of the leaf, and to its having a little more margin at the fore edge than in the back.

  46. The side of a blade opposite the side used for cutting.

  47. The reverse side; the side that is not normally seen.

  48. Area behind, such as the backyard of a house.

  49. The part of something that goes last.

  50. In some sports, a position behind most players on the team.

  51. (quote-journal)Rovers were also aided by some poor defending from West Brom, whose lapses at the back undid their excellent work on the ball and condemned Roberto di Matteo's Baggies side to a third straight defeat.

  52. Upper part of a natural object which is considered to resemble an animal's back.

  53. A support or resource in reserve.

  54. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet)

  55. The keel and keelson of a ship.

  56. The roof of a horizontal underground passage.

  57. Effort, usually physical.

  58. A non-alcoholic drink (often water or a soft drink), to go with hard liquor or a cocktail.

  59. Among leather dealers, one of the thickest and stoutest tanned hides.

  60. {{quote-text|en|year=1848|author=Maine Supreme Judicial Court|title=Maine Reports|volume=6|page=397

  61. (clipping of)

  62. To go in the reverse direction.

  63. (RQ:Lincoln Pratt's Patients).” So I started to back away again into the bushes. But I hadn't backed more'n a couple of yards when I see something so amazing that I couldn't help scooching down behind the bayberries and looking at it.

  64. To support.

  65. {{quote-web

  66. To change direction contrary to the normal pattern; that is, to shift anticlockwise in the northern hemisphere, or clockwise in the southern hemisphere.

  67. To brace the yards so that the wind presses on the front of the sail, to slow the ship.

  68. To lay out a second, smaller anchor to provide additional holding power.

  69. To stand still behind another dog which has pointed.

  70. To push or force backwards.

  71. To get upon the back of; to mount.

  72. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-1)

  73. {{quote-text|en|year=1902|author=John Buchan|title=The Outgoing of the Tide

  74. To place or seat upon the back.

  75. (RQ:Shakespeare Cymbeline)

  76. To make a back for; to furnish with a back.

  77. To adjoin behind; to be at the back of.

  78. (RQ:Shakespeare Measure)

  79. {{quote-text|en|year=1877|author=Thomas Henry Huxley|title=Physiography: An Introduction to the Study of Nature

  80. {{RQ:Ferguson Zollenstein|IV

  81. To write upon the back of, possibly as an endorsement.

  82. To sign or endorse (a warrant, issued in another county, to apprehend an offender).

  83. To row backward with (oars).

  84. (cln) To draw from behind the back (+obj) (gloss).

  85. (quote-song) (Kwengface x Trizzac x PS)|title=Sticks and Stones|url=https://genius.com/Zone-2-sticks-and-stones-lyrics|passage=Sticks and Stones may break my bonesNot when I back this botty

  86. To carry an infant on one's back.

  87. A large shallow vat; a cistern, tub, or trough, used by brewers, distillers, dyers, picklers, gluemakers, and others, for mixing or cooling wort, holding water, hot glue, etc.

  88. A ferryboat.

  89. (l)

  90. (syn)

    (ant)

  91. defense

  92. (infl of)|1s|pres|indc

  93. (alt form)

  94. (l); position behind most players on the team

  95. reverse; car gear

  96. backwards (often of machines, engines, etc., or in commands)

  97. to lose (usually money)

  98. to be at a deficit (usually of money)

  99. crate; storage of small goods

  100. (hypernyms)

    (hyponyms)