box

suomi-englanti sanakirja

box englannista suomeksi

  1. pesä, syöttöalue

  2. laatikko, aski, lipas, rasia

  3. vaunu, kuskinpukki

  4. aitio

  5. korvapuusti

  6. laatikollinen

  7. paketoida

  8. loosi, koppi

  9. ruutu

  10. iskeä

  11. nyrkkeillä

  12. tukala paikka

  13. puksipuu

  1. laatikko, rasia

  2. laatikollinen

  3. laatikko

  4. rasia, laatikko

  5. aitio, loosi

  6. kuskinpukki

  7. koju, koppi

  8. telkkari, toosa

  9. pesä, toosa, tussu

  10. pönttö

  11. alasuoja

  12. pesä

  13. ruutu

  14. pakata laatikkoon">pakata laatikkoon, pakata laatikoihin">pakata laatikoihin, pakata

  15. koteloida

  16. koiranpensas, puksipuu

  17. lyönti nyrkillä">lyönti nyrkillä, isku nyrkillä">isku nyrkillä

  18. lyödä nyrkillä">lyödä nyrkillä, iskeä

  19. nyrkkeillä

  20. Substantiivi

box englanniksi

  1. (non-gloss definition)

  2. A cuboid space; a cuboid container, often with a hinged lid.

  3. (syn)

  4. (RQ:Dickens Christmas Carol)

  5. (RQ:Allingham China Governess)

  6. A cuboid container and its contents; as much as fills such a container.

  7. (ux)

  8. (RQ:Defoe Crusoe)

  9. A compartment (as a drawer) of an item of furniture used for storage, such as a cupboard, a shelf, etc.

  10. A compartment or receptacle for receiving items.

  11. (quote-book)|month=March|year=2015|page=73|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=sKL1AwAAQBAJ&pg=PA73|isbn=978-1-4767-3935-9|passage=She'd picked up the high-tech phone from a post office box in Toronto a month ago. The key to that box had been mailed to a post office box in New York City. The Russians loved their cloak-and-dagger, particularly former KGB and Spetsnaz, Soviet special forces who ran the mafia, (..)

  12. A numbered receptacle at a newspaper office for anonymous replies to advertisements; ''see also ''number.

  13. (quote-journal),(nb...)|date=1 December 1924|volume=XXIX|issue=6|page=618|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=gz5LAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA618|column=2|oclc=58938924|passage=Add five words for address if replies are to come to a box number address at any of our offices. These replies are forwarded each day as received, in new envelopes at no extra charge. (..) When replying to blind ads be careful to put on your envelope the correct box number and do not enclose original letters of recommendation—send copies.

  14. A compartment to sit inside in an auditorium, courtroom, theatre{{, or other building.

  15. (quote-book) The plan he followed was, that the boxes, according as they were to be removed from the ſtage towards the bottom of the theatre, ſhould continue gradually riſing by ſome inches one above the other, and gradually receding to the ſides by ſome inches; by which means, every box would have a more commodious view of the ſtage; (..)

  16. The driver's seat on a horse-drawn coach.

  17. (quote-journal)|magazine=the Year Round|All the Year Round. A Weekly Journal. ... With which is Incorporated Household Words|location=London|publisher=Published at No. 26, Wellington Street; and by Messrs. & Hall|Chapman and Hall,(nb...)|date=18 April 1868|volume=XIX|issue=469|page=440|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=7782AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA440|column=1|oclc=781591950|passage=Next in importance to the Dvornik comes the coachman of a Russian household. He is usually chosen for his fatness and the length of his beard. These seem curious reasons for choosing a coachman in a country where coach-boxes are smaller than anywhere else in the world; but whereas the average breadth of a Russian coach-box is scarcely more than twelve inches at the outside, the average breadth of a Russian coachman is a very different affair.

  18. A small rectangular shelter.

  19. (RQ:Sterne Tristram Shandy) treated himſelf with a handſome ſentry-box, to ſtand at the corner of the bowling-green, betwixt which point and the foot of the glacis, there was left a little kind of eſplanade for him and the corporal to confer and hold councils of war upon. / —The ſentry-box was in caſe of rain.

  20. (short for)

  21. (RQ:Sewell Black Beauty)

  22. (short for)

  23. (quote-journal)

  24. A predicament or trap.

  25. (quote-book)

  26. A prison cell.

  27. 1951, (w), in Harris (ed.), ''Letters 1945–59'', Penguin 2009, p. 98:

  28. While sojourning in the box I was greatly impressed by the kindness and decency of the Mexican people.
  29. A cell used for confinement.

  30. (synonyms)

  31. 2003, Elayne Rapping, ''Law and Justice as Seen on TV'' (page 83)

  32. He is fearless and contemptuous, apparently able to withstand any discipline—including nights “in the box” (..)
  33. 2009, Megan McLemore, ''Barred from Treatment''

  34. He had been in disciplinary confinement (“the box”)—punishment reserved for serious prison offenses—for 14 months.
  35. 2020, Erin Hatton, ''Coerced: Work Under Threat of Punishment'' (page 89)

  36. (..) he explained, “you can go to the box. So, I got a ticket for refusing an order and I went to the box in that situation. (..)
  37. A coffin.

  38. (quote-journal)|location=London|date=6 March 2010|passage=Prior to the explosion we spoke about what would happen if he James Simpson died and came back in a box and what music he would want at his funeral.

  39. ''Preceded by'' (l): television.

  40. (quote-book)|year=1988|isbn=978-0-224-02572-0|chapter2=The Ghost|chapterurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=IClpljgfEZEC&pg=PT36|title2=Matilda|location2=New York, N.Y.|publisher2=(w)|year2=2007|isbn2=978-0-14-241037-0|passage=Mr. Wormwood switched on the television. The screen lit up. The programme blared. Mr Wormwood glared at Matilda. She hadn't moved. She had somehow trained herself by now to block her ears to the ghastly sound of the dreaded box. She kept right on reading, and for some reason this infuriated the father.

  41. The vagina.

  42. (senseid) A computer, or the case in which it is housed.

  43. (quote-newsgroup)

  44. (senseid) A hard protector for the genitals worn inside the underpants by a batsman or close fielder.

  45. (quote-book)'s&93; brilliant story about having his box turned inside out by a delivery from (w) – he contrasts it with (w) being hit in the box by (w). Lloyd (cricketer, born 1947)|David Lloyd came up to Flintoff, and said, "Cardigan Connor? You consider it an honour to be hit by Cardigan. Do you remember Jeff Thomson? I was hit amidships by him, and it was not a glancing blow. I was wearing one of those old boxes – you know, the pink ones, like a soap dish. It ended up that everything that was supposed to be inside the box had come outside the box – through the air holes!"

  46. A cylindrical casing around the axle of a wheel, a bearing, a (l), etc.

  47. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans,(nb...)|year=1844|section=paragraph 6684|page=1124|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=0_hAAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA1124|oclc=458895446|passage=In common axles, the wheel is prevented from coming off by a pin, called the ''linch pin'', passing through the end of the ''axletree arm'', the name of the part that the wheel turns upon; but as many serious accidents have happened through the linch pin failing and the wheel coming off, an improved method of securing the latter is now practised, by means of a box called the ''axletree box'', which is contrived to answer the double purpose of keeping on the wheel, and to hold oil, grease, or some lubricating substance for lessening the friction.

  48. A device used in electric fencing to detect whether a weapon has struck an opponent, which connects to a fencer's weapon by a spool and wire. It uses lights and sound to notify a hit, with different coloured lights for target and target hits.

  49. (quote-book) In épée, the whole body is the target, so épée fencers do not need to wear lames. A signal is sent to the scoring box from the épée any time a touch is made.

  50. A small house.

  51. 1782, (w), ''Cecilia'', III.vi.9:

  52. “I dare say the sheriff, or the mayor and corporation, or some of those sort of people, would give him money enough, for the use of it, to run him up a mighty pretty neat little box somewhere near Richmond.”
  53. (RQ:Cowper Poems)

  54. (quote-journal)|location=Manchester|publisher=Published by James Ainsworth,(nb...); London: E. T. Brain & Co.,(nb...); New York, N.Y.: R. T. Shannon|year=1840?|volume=VI|issue=273|page=97|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=s7-VBAzQgwoC&pg=PA97|oclc=504620539|passage=What can a man know of a country or its people, who, merely passes through the former in a stage coach? (..) Such were the arguments by which I induced myself to undertake a pedestrian trip to join my friend at his shooting-box, some hundred and fifty miles from Carlisle, where I had arrived from London; business compelling me to take that route.

  55. A rectangle: an oblong or a square.

  56. (quote-book) Use narrative boxes with words such as "Far away" or "Meanwhile" to tell readers when you are moving the action somewhere else.

  57. The rectangle in which the 3|batter stands.

  58. (quote-book)|year=2003|section=part I (Design and Construction), section 3.3c|page=64|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=yTpp74xFch8C&pg=PA64|isbn=978-0-471-44793-1|passage=As anyone who has ever maintained a baseball or softball diamond would agree, the pitcher's mound and batter's box present a special challenge. (..) Batters dig in at the plate, disturbing the soil and making a hole that base runners must slide across when they approach the plate. To withstand the special stresses on these areas, only clay-based soils provide the necessary soil strength. (..) Some manufacturers have introduced clay-based soil products for pitcher's mounds and batter's boxes. These products include additives with special binding properties and are specifically designed to resist the stresses applied by the cleats of pitchers and batters.

  59. One of two specific regions in a promoter.

  60. (quote-book)|year=1990|section=section 1.3 (Transcriptional Control)|page=11|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=hzk4AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA11|isbn=978-0-521-38192-5|passage=Similar considerations apply in the case of tRNA genes, where the internal promoter is split into two functional domains (box A and box B) which must be a minimum distance apart(nb..). The first 11 bp of the internal control region in the ''Xenopus'' 5S gene are structurally and functionally homologous to the box A element of tRNA gene promoters, (..)

  61. A pattern usually performed with three balls where the movements of the balls make a boxlike shape.

  62. (quote-book) &91;page 30&93; Field goalies have larger nets to protect than goalies in box lacrosse have. Box goalies wear more pads.

  63. The area.

  64. (quote-web)|date=29 December 2010|passage=Poised link-up play between Essien|Michael Essien and Lampard|Frank Lampard set the Ghanaian midfielder free soon after but his left-footed shot from outside the box was too weak.

  65. To place inside a box; to pack in one or more boxes.

  66. (quote-book)|month=August|year=1991|section=section V.D.6 (Scrapbooks and Ephemera)|page=21|oclc=25808350|newversion=reprinted in|2ndauthor=Sherry Byrne|title2=Collection Maintenance and Improvement|series2=Preservation Planning Program|location2=Washington, D.C.|publisher2=(w)|year2=1993|page2=87|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=TbbjAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA87|isbn2=978-0-918006-62-2|passage=Scrapbooks that have enduring value in their original form should be individually boxed in custom-fitted boxes.

  67. (quote-book) As she started to step around the grave washed out by last night's rainstorm, the sun caught on something caught in the mud.

  68. ''Usually followed by'' (l): to surround and enclose in a way that restricts movement; to corner, to in.

  69. To mix two containers of paint of similar colour to ensure that the color is identical.

  70. To make an incision or hole in (a tree) for the purpose of procuring the sap.

  71. To enclose with boarding, lathing, etc., so as to conceal (for example, pipes) or to bring to a required form.

  72. (quote-book)|year=2013|page=ix|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ifnvAQAAQBAJ&pg=PR9|isbn=978-1-4128-5169-5|passage=As early as the 1850s, prisons were being made "safer" by boxing in water pipes and enclosing galleries with netting to prevent jumping.

  73. To furnish (for example, the axle of a wheel) with a box.

  74. (quote-journal), or (smallcaps), relict of the deceased (smallcaps), and (smallcaps), residing with her, his daughters and only children, ''v.'' (smallcaps), Glasgow, Calenderer, defender|magazine=The Scottish Law Magazine and Sheriff Court Reporter|location=Glasgow|publisher=Thomas Murray & Son,(nb...); Edinburgh: Maclachlan and Stewart|date=25 February 1862|year_published=December 1862|volume=I (New Series)|page=41|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=BA85AQAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA41|column=1|oclc=841742918|passage=The death of the said deceased Daniel Docherty, while in the defender's employment as an engineman, (..) is alleged to have been owing to the engine house, which contained the engine of which the deceased had charge, being of a dangerous and improper construction, and the fly-wheel not having been boxed in or covered: (..)

  75. To enclose (images, text, etc.) in a box.

  76. To place a value of a type into a corresponding object.

  77. Any of various evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus (m), especially the box, (vern), or boxwood (''sempervirens'') which is often used for making hedges and topiary.

  78. (RQ:Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre)

  79. (quote-journal) (Gardening)|date=19 November 2014|passage="Box makes a statement without having to do much: just trim twice a year and keep it weeded. It's a bit of a lazy gardener's plant." This, no doubt, is what makes box so popular with show home developers and city dwellers – there is scarce a balcony or front door anywhere that cannot be improved by a box ball in a pot.

  80. The wood from a box tree: boxwood.

  81. (quote-journal)|date=10 April 1885|volume=XXXIII|issue=1,690|page=567|pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/journalofsociety33soci_0page/567/mode/1up|column=1|oclc=|passage=Nevertheless, the application of woods other than box for purposes for which that wood is now used would tend to lessen the demand for box, and thus might have an effect in lowering its price.

  82. A instrument, especially one made from boxwood.

  83. (quote-book)|year2=1978|page2=153|pageurl2=https://archive.org/stream/theireyeswerewat00hur_a4lpage/153/mode/1up|isbn2=978-0-252-00686-9|passage=Evenin’, folks. Thought y’all might lak uh lil music this evenin’ so Ah brought long mah box.

  84. An evergreen tree of the genus ''Lophostemon'' (for example, the (vern), (vern), (vern), box, or (vern), (taxlink)).

  85. Various species of ''Eucalyptus'' trees are popularly called various kinds of boxes, on the basis of the nature of their wood, bark, or appearance for example, the drooping (''Eucalyptus bicolor''), shiny-leaved (''Eucalyptus tereticornis''), black, or ironbark box trees.

  86. A blow with the fist.

  87. (RQ:Shakespeare Merchant)

  88. (RQ:Irving Tales of a Traveller)

  89. (RQ:Dickens Oliver Twist)

  90. To strike with the fists; to punch.

  91. To fight against (a person) in a boxing match.

  92. To participate in boxing; to be a boxer.

  93. A Mediterranean fish of the genus (taxlink), which is a variety of bream; a bogue or oxeye.

  94. (quote-book)|year=1859|volume=I (Gasterosteidæ, Berycidæ, Percidæ, Aphredoderidæ, Pristipomatidæ, Mullidæ, Sparidæ)|page=418|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ec8MAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA418|oclc=853056837|passage=BOX. Box (Boops), (..) In both jaws a single anterior series of broad incisors, notched at the cutting margin; no molars.

  95. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(w),(nb...)|year=1860|page=6|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=gzsDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA6|oclc=7391853981|passage=The Bogue. (..) (smallcaps) or (smallcaps). ''Generic Character''.—Body elongated, rounded, the dorsal and ventral profiles alike, and the general aspect peculiarly trim.

  96. (quote-book)|year=1862|volume=I|page=225|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=MkYDAAAAQAAJ&pg=RA1-PA220|oclc=1046521752|passage=BOGUE. BOX. OXEYE. (..) In some parts of the European side of the Mediterranean the Bogue is a common fish, and where it frequents it is in great abundance.

  97. boxing (gloss)

  98. (l), (l)

  99. (l)

  100. compartment for livestock

  101. stall (''for a horse''), box

  102. compartment, cubicle

  103. garage, lock-up (''for a car'')

  104. Electronic equipment used for internet access (component of the subscriber line technology)

  105. (misspelling of)

  106. (l) (gloss)

  107. boxing

  108. horsebox

  109. pit

  110. playpen

  111. A kind of marine fish

  112. A cylindrical jar.

  113. A case, container or strongbox.

  114. tree

  115. the (l) or (l) (l) which separate the (l) from the rest of the (l); shower stall

  116. 2003, Eileen G. de Paiva e Mello, ''Questão de Tempo'', Thesaurus Editora, page 150:

  117. A mais velha procurava arrancar a cortina do box, pendurando-se nela!
    : The oldest one wanted to pull off the stall curtain by hanging to it!
  118. boxing (qualifier)

  119. A kind of sword.

  120. bovine leather

  121. A breed of bulldog.

  122. box

  123. (l), crate; a cuboid container