suomi-englanti sanakirja

bag englannista suomeksi

  1. saada, saada saalista, kaataa, pyydystää

  2. saalis

  3. roikkua, lököttää

  4. kassillinen, pussillinen, säkillinen

  5. panna pussiin, pakata kassiin, pakata pussiin, pussittaa

  6. matkalaukku, matkakassi

  7. kassi, säkki, pussi

  8. akka, ämmä

  9. pihistää

  10. pesä

  11. työntyä

  12. juttu, mieliharrastus

  13. utareet

  14. laukku

  1. Substantiivi

  2. kassi, laukku, pussi, säkki

  3. pussi, ostoskassi, muovipussi, muovikassi

  4. juttu

  5. pilli

  6. Verbi

  7. pussittaa, panna pussiin">panna pussiin, kassittaa, säkittää

  8. kaataa game, napata h, pyydystää s, saada anything

  9. hankkia gain possession; varata make first claim

  10. taluttaa

  11. nauraa hysteerisesti">nauraa hysteerisesti

  12. keljuilla, piruilla

  13. resuskitoida

  14. pullistua

  15. pussittaa of clothes, roikkua

  16. paisua

  17. tiinehtyä

bag englanniksi

  1. A flexible container made of cloth, paper, plastic, etc.

  2. (syn)


  3. A handbag

  4. A suitcase.

  5. A schoolbag, especially a backpack.

  6. One’s preference.

  7. (ux)

  8. (quote-book)

  9. An ugly woman.

  10. A fellow gay man.

  11. The cloth-covered pillow used for first, second, and third base.

  12. First, second, or third base.

  13. A breathalyzer, so named because it formerly had a plastic bag over the end to measure a set amount of breath.

  14. A collection of objects, disregarding order, but (unlike a set) in which elements may be repeated.

  15. A sac in animal bodies, containing some fluid or other substance.

  16. A pouch tied behind a man's head to hold the back-hair of a wig; a wig.

  17. 1751, (w), ''The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle'', vol. II, ch. 54:

  18. He had once lost his bag, and a considerable quantity of hair, which had been cut off by some rascal in his passage through Ludgate, during the lord mayor's procession.
  19. *1774, (w), ''Journals & Letters'', Penguin 2001, 1 December:

  20. He had on a suit of Manchester velvet, Lined with white satten, a ''Bag'', lace Ruffles, and a very handsome sword which the King had given to him.
  21. The quantity of game bagged in a hunt.

  22. A scrotum.

  23. A unit of measure of cement equal to 94 pounds.

  24. A dark circle under the eye, caused by lack of sleep, drug addiction etc.

  25. A small envelope that contains drugs, especially narcotics.

  26. (c) £1000, a grand.

  27. (quote-song)

  28. A large number or amount.

  29. To put into a bag.

  30. (n-g)

  31. To catch or kill, especially when fishing or hunting.

  32. {{quote-book|en|title=and Bhutan|Sikhim and Bhutan|author=John Claude White|year=1909|page=55

  33. To gain possession of something, or to make first claim on something.

  34. To bring a woman one met on the street with one.

  35. To end the being large of someone, to deprive of someone’s corporeal freedom in the course of a procedure.

  36. To furnish or load with a bag.

  37. (RQ:Dryden Don Sebastia)

  38. a bee bagged with his honeyed venom
  39. To provide with artificial ventilation via a valve mask (BVM) resuscitator.

  40. To fit with a bag to collect urine.

  41. 1985, Sol S. Zimmerman, Joan Holter Gildea, ''Critical Care Pediatrics'' (page 205)

  42. The patient was bagged for a urine analysis and stat electrolytes were drawn.
  43. To (cause to) swell or hang down like a full bag.

  44. To hang like an empty bag.

  45. 1934, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter 3,

  46. ... he was dressed in a badly fitting white drill suit, with trousers bagging concertina-like over clumsy black boots.
  47. 2004, (w), ''(w)'', London: Review, Chapter Eleven, p. 125,

  48. And this uniform did not even fit me so well. But what is a little bagging on the waist and tightness under the arm when you are a gallant member of the British Royal Air Force?
  49. To drop away from the correct course.

  50. To become pregnant.

  51. (R:Warner Albio)

  52. Venus shortly bagged, and ere long was Cupid bread
  53. To forget, ignore, or rid of.

  54. To swell with arrogance.

  55. (rfquotek)

  56. To laugh uncontrollably.

  57. To criticise sarcastically.

  58. ring

  59. I put, place, apply.

  60. boat

  61. behind, bottom, butt, buttocks

  62. seat (qualifier)

  63. behind

  64. pastry

  65. (synonyms)

  66. (inflection of)

  67. cheek

  68. A purse more or less similar to a (l) or sack.

  69. (q) a detachable part of the carriage to lie on.

  70. a ring

  71. tiger

  72. (verb form of)

  73. A kind of large (l); a bag

  74. ladies' (l); handbag

  75. paper or cloth (l)

  76. jute sack (gl)

  77. cheek

  78. garden

  79. bag

  80. to chop; to split

  81. to strike

  82. to dive; to swoop down

  83. to divide

  84. to across

  85. illness

  86. crazy; mad; insane

  87. to become crazy; to go mad; to nuts