suomi-englanti sanakirja

bit englannista suomeksi

  1. kappale, osa, pala

  2. kuolaimet

  3. hitunen

  4. bitti

  5. hieman, vähän, hiukkasen

  6. poranterä

  7. palanen

  8. murunen

  9. avaimen lehti

  10. hetki

  1. kuolain

  2. poranterä

  3. kahdeksasosadollari">kahdeksasosadollari

  4. pala, palanen; osa, osuus small amount of work

  5. hetki

  6. osa

  7. pala, palanen; annos

  8. jonkinlainen

  9. kakku

  10. juttu

  11. haitta

  12. höylänterä

  13. bitti

  14. Substantiivi

  15. Verbi

bit englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A piece of metal placed in a horse's mouth and connected to the reins to direct the animal.

  2. (ux)

  3. A rotary cutting tool fitted to a drill, used to bore holes.

  4. A coin of a specified value.

  5. A ten-cent piece, dime.

  6. 1941, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter 10,

  7. The smallest coin we had in Canada in early days was a dime, worth ten cents. The Indians called this coin "a Bit". Our next coin, double in buying power and in size, was a twenty-five cent piece and this the Indians called "Two Bits".
  8. A unit of currency or coin in the Americas worth a fraction of a Spanish dollar; now specifically, an eighth of a US dollar.

  9. 1789, (w), ''The Interesting Narrative'', vol. I, ch. 6:

  10. I trusted to the Lord to be with me; and at one of our trips to St. Eustatia, a Dutch island, I bought a glass tumbler with my half bit, and when I came to Montserrat I sold it for a bit, or sixpence.
  11. (RQ:Pynchon Crying Lot)

  12. (senseid) In the southern and southwestern states, a small silver coin (such as the real) formerly current; commonly, one worth about 12½ cents; also, the sum of 12½ cents.

  13. A small amount of something.

  14. (RQ:Allingham China Governess)

  15. ''Specifically'', a small amount of time.

  16. Fractions of a second.

  17. A portion of something.

  18. {{quote-journal|en|year=2013|month=July-August|author=Catherine Clabby

  19. Somewhat; something, but not very great; also used like jot and whit to express the smallest degree. See also ''bit''.

  20. T. Hook

  21. My young companion was a bit of a poet.
  22. A prison sentence, especially a short one.

  23. (quote-journal)

  24. (quote-book)

  25. (anchor) An excerpt of material making up part of a show, comedy routine, etc.

  26. (short for)

  27. (senseid) The part of a key which enters the lock and acts upon the bolt and tumblers(R:Knight AM).

  28. The cutting iron of a plane(R:Knight AM).

  29. The bevelled front edge of an axehead along which the cutting edge runs.

  30. A gag of a style similar to a bridle.

  31. A gun.

  32. (quote-av)|role=Jimmy Vickers|medium=film|title=Vendetta|time=46:53|text=JIMMY: I need to get my hands on some bits. If you’re still in the business. RONNIE (played by (w)): Oi! TROJAN (played by Jean-Paul Van Cauwelaert): Ronnie. {…} TROJAN: Now that is a SIG Sauer P226.
  33. To put a bridle upon; to put the bit in the mouth of (a horse).

  34. (en-simple past of)

  35. ''Your dog bit me!''

  36. (inflection of), bitten

  37. ''I have been bit by your dog!''

  38. Having been bitten.

  39. (senseid) A digit, generally represented as a 1 or 0.

  40. The smallest unit of storage in a digital computer, consisting of a binary digit.

  41. (syn)

  42. (senseid) Any datum that may take on one of exactly two values.

  43. A of measure for entropy.

  44. {{quote-web|en|date=2011-05-17

  45. The researchers found that the original texts spanned a variety of entropy values in different languages, reflecting differences in grammar and structure.But strangely, the difference in entropy between the original, ordered text and the randomly scrambled text was constant across languages. This difference is a way to measure the amount of information encoded in word order, Montemurro says. The amount of information lost when they scrambled the text was about 3.5 bits per word.
  46. A (l), or a millionth of a (l) (0.000001 BTC).

  47. louse

  48. (l)

  49. bit

  50. bit (gloss)

  51. (l)

  52. (l) (gloss)

  53. (l), smallest unit of storage.

  54. ''vulgaris'', (vern), beetroot, beet, and chard.

  55. sun

  56. (supine of)

  57. beat

  58. a (l), (l) (q)

  59. a (l) (''binary digit'')

  60. a bite (''e.g. insect bite, dog bite'')

  61. a bite, mouthful (''of food'')

  62. (inflection of)

  63. (l) (gl)

  64. (coi)

  65. beat (gl)

  66. beat (gl)

  67. bit

  68. beat (gl)

  69. until

  70. until, to

  71. Little.

  72. 1889, Jessup Whitehead, ''The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering'' (page 439)

  73. A bit wee lambie
  74. 1902, John Buchan, ''The Outgoing of the Tide''

  75. He laid a hundred guineas with the laird of Slofferfield that he would drive four horses through the Slofferfield loch, and in the prank he had his bit chariot dung to pieces and a good mare killed.
  76. essence

  77. point, meaning

  78. bit

  79. to be

  80. (sv-verb-form-imp)

  81. louse

  82. bit

  83. (tr-verb form of)

  84. duck

  85. pen; pencil; writing implement

  86. (n-g)

  87. (n-g) bolt of