suomi-englanti sanakirja

bosom englannista suomeksi

  1. rinnus

  2. rinta, povi

  3. sydän

  4. halailla

  5. hoiva

  6. kätkeä

  1. Substantiivi

  2. povi of a woman, rinta general

  3. sydän

  4. sisin, syli

  5. miehusta part of dress

  6. povi, rinta

  7. syli

  8. Verbi

bosom englanniksi

  1. The breast or chest of a human (or sometimes of another animal). (defdate)

  2. (RQ:Hough Purchase Price)She put back a truant curl from her forehead where it had sought egress to the world, and looked him full in the face now, drawing a deep breath which caused the round of her bosom to lift the lace at her throat.

  3. The seat of one's inner thoughts, feelings, etc.; one's secret feelings; desire. (defdate)

  4. (RQ:Thackeray Barry Lyndon), in consequence of the excitement created in his august bosom by her frantic violence and grief, had a fit in which I very nigh lost him.

  5. {{quote-book|en|year=1932|author=Maurice Baring

  6. The protected interior or inner part of something; the area enclosed as by an embrace. (defdate)

  7. (RQ:Dickens Dombey and Son)

  8. (RQ:Eliot Silas Marner)

  9. The part of a dress etc. covering the chest; a neckline.

  10. (RQ:KJV)

  11. (quote-text)

  12. A breast, one of a woman's breasts

  13. (quote-book)

  14. {{quote-journal|en|date=7 April 2003|author=Martin Kelner|journal=The Guardian

  15. {{quote-book

  16. Any thing or place resembling the breast; a supporting surface; an inner recess; the interior.

  17. {{quote-text|en|year=1864|author=George MacDonald|title=The Old Nurse's Story

  18. A depression round the eye of a millstone.

  19. In a very close relationship.

  20. ''bosom buddies''

  21. (quote-journal), first airplane fatality in history

  22. To enclose or carry in the bosom; to keep with care; to take to heart; to cherish.

  23. {{quote-text|en|year=c. 1612|author=William Shakespeare|title=VIII (play)|Henry VIII|section=Act I, Scene 1|url=

  24. To conceal; to hide from view; to embosom.

  25. {{quote-text|en|year=1741|author=Alexander Pope|title=The New Dunciad: As it was Found in the Year 1741|location=Dublin|publisher=George Faulkner|year_published=1742|section=Book IV, p 29, lines 291-292|url=

  26. {{quote-book|en|year=1818|author=Lucy Aikin|title=Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth|chapter=|edition=|url=

  27. {{quote-book|en|year=1901|author=Stewart Edward White|title=The Claim Jumpers|chapter=|edition=|url=

  28. To belly; to billow, swell or bulge.

  29. {{quote-journal|en|year=1869|author=Allan Hume|title=My first Nests of Bonelli’s Eagle|journal=(journal)|The Ibis|section=Series 2, Volume 5, p. 145|url=

  30. 1905, Alex Macdonald, ''In Search of El Dorado'', London: T. Fisher Unwin, Part II, “The Five-Mile Rush,” p. 92,

  31. What Stewart called a “langtailie coat” spread out behind him like streamers in a breeze, a “biled” collar had, in the same gentleman’s terse language, “burst its moorings” and projected in two miniature wings at the back of his ears, and a shirt that had once been white, bosomed out expansively through an open vest.
  32. To belly; to cause to billow, swell or bulge.

  33. 1822, (w), ''The Three Perils of Man'', London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, Volume 3, Chapter 12, pp. 440-441,

  34. I looked again, and though I was sensible it must be a delusion brought on by the stroke of his powerful rod, yet I did see the appearance of a glorious fleet of ships coming bounding along the surface of the firmament of air, while every mainsail was bosomed out like the side of a Highland mountain.
  35. 1855, The Scald of George Smellie, “Sketches of a Voyage to Hudson’s Bay” in ''The Sea: Sketches of a Voyage to Hudson’s Bay, and Other Poems'', London: Hope & Co., p. 45,

  36. Thus one by one they mount, and spreading wide,
    The transverse wings extend on either side,
    And, lightly bosomed by the gentle gale,
    She seems a moving pyramid of ail.
  37. The enclosure formed by the breast and arms, embrace