ball

suomi-englanti sanakirja

ball englannista suomeksi

  1. päkiä

  2. kerä, pallo

  3. kääriä kerälle, kiertää kerälle

  4. tanssiaiset

  5. syöttö

  6. pallit

  7. pallukka

  8. baseball

  9. kuula

  1. pallo

  2. pallo, kuula e.g., in shot put, also colloquially

  3. kerä, lankakerä

  4. väärä

  5. kuula

  6. pallo, kuula

  7. palli mildly vulgar

  8. höpinä, roska

  9. muna

  10. syöttö

  11. päkiä

  12. vulgar nussia, vulgar naida, vulgar panna

  13. tanssiaiset (monikko)

  14. hauskaa">hauskaa used adverbially

  15. Substantiivi

ball englanniksi

  1. Ball

  1. A solid or hollow sphere, or roughly spherical mass.

  2. (ux)

  3. A quantity of string, thread, etc., wound into a spherical shape.

  4. Homologue or analogue of a disk in the plane.

  5. In 3-dimensional Euclidean space, the volume bounded by a sphere.

  6. The set of points in a space of any number of dimensions lying within a given distance (the radius) of a given point.

  7. The set of points in a space lying within some set containing a given point.

  8. A solid, spherical nonexplosive missile for a cannon, rifle, gun, etc.

  9. A jacketed non-expanding bullet, typically of military origin.

  10. Such bullets collectively.

  11. 1659, (w), ''England’s Confusion'', London, p.(nbs)7,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A69468.0001.001

  12. (..) the ''Good Old Cause'', which, as they seemed to represent it, smelt of Gunpowder and ball (..)
  13. 1719, (w), ''(w)'', London: W. Taylor, p.(nbs)294,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004845034.0001.000

  14. I gave each of them a Musket with a Firelock on it, and about eight Charges of Powder and Ball, charging them to be very good Husbands of both, and not to use either of them but upon urgent Occasion.
  15. 1803, (w), ''The History of the Maroons'', London: Longman and Rees, Volume 1, Letter 5, p.(nbs)148,https://archive.org/details/cihm_44228

  16. (..) some headstrong Maroons were using a soldier of Captain Craskell’s ill, and compelling him to write to his commander, that it was too late to do any thing good, and that they wanted nothing, having got plenty of powder and ball (..)
  17. (RQ:Melville Moby-Dick)

  18. A roundish, protuberant portion of some part of the body.

  19. The front of the bottom of the foot, just behind the toes.

  20. The globe; the earthly sphere.

  21. ''c. 1712, (w), ''for the Amusement of Children (1791)/Ode to the Creator|Ode to the Creator of the World''

  22. What, though in solemn Silence, all / Move round the dark terrestrial Ball!
  23. 1717, (w), "Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady|Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady"

  24. Thus, if eternal Justice rules the ball, / Thus shall your wives, and thus your children fall;
  25. An object that is the focus of many sports and games, in which it may be thrown, caught, kicked, bounced, rolled, chased, retrieved, hit with an instrument, spun, etc., usually roughly spherical but whose size, weight, bounciness, colour, etc. differ according to the game

  26. (quote-book)| title=“Piracy”: A Romantic Chronicle of These Days| chapter=3/19/2| passage=Ivor had acquired more than a mile of fishing rights with the house; he was not at all a good fisherman, but one must do something; one generally, however, banged a ball with a squash-racket against a wall.

  27. {{quote-journal|en|date=October 2, 2011|author=Aled Williams|work=BBC Sport Wales

  28. (label) Any sport or game involving a ball; its play, literally or figuratively.

  29. (ux) (ux)

  30. (senseid) A pitch that falls outside of the zone.

  31. An opportunity to launch the pinball into play.

  32. A single delivery by the bowler, six of which make up an over.

  33. A pass; a kick of the football towards a teammate.

  34. {{quote-journal|en|date=December 29, 2010|author=Chris Whyatt|work=BBC

  35. A testicle.

  36. Nonsense.

  37. Courage.

  38. A leather-covered cushion, fastened to a handle called a ballstock; formerly used by printers for inking the form, then superseded by the roller.

  39. A large pill, a form in which medicine was given to horses; a bolus.

  40. 1842, James White, ''A compendium of the veterinary art''

  41. The ''laxative alterative'' has not this advantage, the aloes, of which it is composed, being extremely bitter, and therefore requiring to be given in the form of a ''ball''.
  42. To form or wind into a ball.

  43. (syn)

  44. To heat in a furnace and form into balls for rolling.

  45. To have intercourse with.

  46. (quote-book)|chapter=Slouching Towards Bethlehem|author=(w)|passage=Max says it works both ways. “I mean if she comes in and tells me she wants to ball Don, maybe, I say ‘O.K., baby, it's your trip.’”

  47. To gather balls which cling to the feet, as of damp snow or clay; to gather into balls.

  48. To be hip or cool.

  49. To play basketball.

  50. To punish by affixing a and chain.

  51. 1865, Camp Sumpter, Andersonville National Historic Site, ''Rules and Regulations of the Prison''

  52. any man refusing to do police duty will be punished by the sergts by ''balling'' him the rest of the day.
  53. An appeal by the crowd for the ball against a tackled player. This is heard almost any time an opposition player is tackled, without regard to whether the rules about "prior opportunity" to dispose of the ball are fulfilled.

  54. (quote-web)

  55. A formal dance.

  56. A very enjoyable time.

  57. A competitive event among young African-American and Latin American LGBTQ+ people in which prizes are awarded for drag and similar performances. See (w).

  58. dance

  59. (l), formal dance

  60. estimation, score

  61. organ

  62. component part

  63. member

  64. article

  65. spot, place

  66. spot, mark

  67. element, member

  68. (alt form)

  69. (l) (q)

  70. a (l) (q)

  71. a part

  72. member of a group

  73. part, portion

  74. a colored spot

  75. member (qualifier)

  76. article, item

  77. organ; limb

  78. ball

  79. cool, hip, fun, entertaining