boss

suomi-englanti sanakirja

boss englannista suomeksi

  1. pomo

  2. pakottaa

  3. työhönottaja

  4. mainio

  5. päällikkö

  6. johtaja

  7. nuppi

  1. pomo

  2. johtaja, pomo informal

  3. pomo, johtaja

  4. johtaja

  5. päävihollinen, pääkkä informal

  6. pomottaa, komennella

  7. Substantiivi

boss englanniksi

  1. A person who oversees and directs the work of others; a supervisor.

  2. February 18, 2018, Dawn Pine, ''Strategies for Dealing with a Bad Boss''

  3. we have some vindictive people as bosses, and you don’t want to be the target of their wrath.
  4. A person in charge of a business or company.

  5. (ux)

  6. A leader, the head of an organized group or team.

  7. The head of a political party in a given region or district.

  8. (non-gloss definition)

  9. (senseid) An enemy, often at the end of a level, that is particularly challenging and must be beaten in order to progress.

  10. Wife.

  11. To exercise authoritative control over; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly.

  12. (syn)

  13. 1931, Robert L. May, ''Rudolph'', ''The Red-Nosed Reindeer'', Montgomery Ward (publisher):

  14. By YOU last night’s journey was actually bossed / Without you, I’m certain, we’d all have been lost.
  15. 1932, Lorine Pruette, ''The Parent and the Happy Child'', page 76

  16. His sisters bossed him and spoiled him. All their lives he was to go on being their little brother, who could do no wrong, because he was the baby; ...
  17. 1967, Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, ''The purloined paperweight'', page 90

  18. She bossed him, and he's never gotten over it. She still orders him around, and instead of telling her to go soak her head, he just says 'Yes, ma'am' as weak as a newborn jellyfish ...
  19. 1980, Jean Toomer ''The wayward and the seeking: a collection of writings by Jean Toomer'', page 40

  20. For if, on the one hand, I bossed him and showed him what to do and how to do it, ...
  21. Of excellent quality, first-rate.

  22. A swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object.

  23. A lump-like mass of rock, especially one projecting through a stratum of different rock.

  24. A convex protuberance in hammered work, especially the rounded projection in the centre of a shield.

  25. A protrusion, frequently a cylinder of material that extends beyond a hole.

  26. 1985, (w), ''(w)'', chapter IV

  27. The seargent ... screwing a bipod into the threaded boss on the underside of the barrel would kill these animals ...
  28. A knob or projection, usually at the intersection of ribs in a vault.

  29. A target block, made of foam but historically made of hay bales, to which a target face is attached.

  30. A wooden vessel for the mortar used in tiling or masonry, hung by a hook from the laths, or from the rounds of a ladder.

  31. (rfquotek)

  32. A head or reservoir of water.

  33. To decorate with bosses; to emboss.

  34. A hassock or small seat, especially made from a bundle of straw.

  35. 1916, Joyce|James Joyce, ''of the Artist as a Young Man|Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man'', Macmillan Press Ltd, paperback, 36:

  36. All were waiting : uncle Charles, who sat far away in the shadow of the window, Dante and Mr Casey, who sat in the easy chairs at either side of the hearth, Stephen, seated on a chair between them, his feet resting on a toasting boss.
  37. boss (leader)

  38. (l) (''leader of a business, company or criminal organization'')

  39. garbage, rubbish, trash (leftover waste to be discarded)

  40. (l), supervisor (someone who oversees work)

  41. (l) (final enemy in a video game)

  42. (alt form)

  43. (l); final enemy

  44. (l), supervisor; someone who oversees work

  45. ''A male term of address.''

  46. boss