suomi-englanti sanakirja

burn englannista suomeksi

  1. kihelmöidä

  2. polttaa

  3. palovamma

  4. kuluttaa

  5. palohaava

  6. polte

  7. tuntea poltetta

  8. tallentaa

  9. päivetys

  10. palaa

  1. palovamma

  2. polte

  3. polttaminen, poltto

  4. pisto

  5. piikki

  6. kuumotus, polte

  7. rööki

  8. poltto

  9. polttaa

  10. palaa

  11. kuumottaa, palaa

  12. hapettaa

  13. hapettua

  14. käräyttää, polttaa

  15. nokittaa, servata

  16. tappaa time; polttaa money, resources

  17. lisävalottaa

  18. fuusioitua

  19. heittää pois">heittää pois

  20. Substantiivi

burn englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A physical injury caused by heat, cold, electricity, radiation or caustic chemicals.

  2. (ux)

  3. A sensation resembling such an injury.

  4. The act of burning something with fire.

  5. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Black|Edwin Black

  6. (senseid) An intense non-physical sting, as left by shame or an effective insult.

  7. An effective insult, often in the expression ''burn'' (gloss).

  8. Physical sensation in the muscles following strenuous exercise, caused by build-up of acid.

  9. Tobacco.

  10. {{quote-book|en|year=2002

  11. {{quote-book|en|year=2006

  12. (quote-book)

  13. The writing of data to a permanent storage medium like a compact disc or a ROM chip.

  14. 2003, Maria Langer, ''Mac OS X 10.2 Advanced'' (page 248)

  15. Allow additional burns enables you to create a multisession CD, which can be used again to write more data.
  16. The operation or result of burning or baking, as in brickmaking.

  17. ''They have a good burn.''

  18. A disease in vegetables; brand.

  19. The firing of a spacecraft's rockets in order to change its course.

  20. 2004, David Baker, ''Jane's Space Directory'' (page 529)

  21. On 4 March 1999, the MCO performed its second course correction manoeuvre with a burn involving its four thrusters (..)
  22. To cause to be consumed by fire.

  23. (quote-journal)

  24. To be consumed by fire, or in flames.

  25. (ux)burn

  26. To overheat so as to make unusable.

  27. To become overheated to the point of being unusable.

  28. To make or produce by the application of fire or burning heat.

  29. To injure (a person or animal) with heat or chemicals that produce similar damage.

  30. To cauterize.

  31. To sunburn.

  32. To consume, injure, or change the condition of, as if by action of fire or heat; to affect as fire or heat does.

  33. (RQ:Shakespeare King John)

  34. (RQ:Dryden Spanish Frya)

  35. This dry sorrow burns up all my tears.
  36. 1965, ''Amplified Bible'', James 4:2

  37. You are jealous and covet others have and your desires go unfulfilled; so you become murderers. hate is to murder as far as your hearts are concerned. You burn with envy and anger and are not able to obtain gratification, the contentment, and the happiness that you seek, so you fight and war. You do not have, because you do not ask.
  38. To be hot, e.g. due to embarrassment.

  39. To cause to combine with oxygen or other active agent, with evolution of heat; to consume; to oxidize.

  40. To combine energetically, with evolution of heat.

  41. To write data to a permanent storage medium like a compact disc or a ROM chip.

  42. (quote-journal)|url=https://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/oct/22/arctic-monkeys-debut-single-i-bet-you-look-good-dancefloor|passage=At first they didn’t do anything by design, beyond writing songs and gigging around Sheffield, distributing homemade demo CDs at shows. Their canny friends burned copies to leave on buses, but more importantly, uploaded them to filesharing sites and set up a MySpace page.

  43. To render subtitles into a video's content while transcoding it, making the subtitles part of the image.

  44. To betray.

  45. To insult or defeat.

  46. To waste (time); to waste money or other resources.

  47. In certain games, to approach near to a concealed object which is sought.

  48. To accidentally touch a moving stone.

  49. In pontoon, to swap a pair of cards for another pair, or to deal a dead card.

  50. To increase the exposure for certain areas of a print in order to make them lighter (compare (m)).

  51. To be converted to another element in a fusion reaction, especially in a star.

  52. To discard.

  53. To shoot someone with a firearm.

  54. To compromise (an agent's story).

  55. 2011, Thomas H. Cook, ''Night Secrets''

  56. He had already burned his cover with Mrs. Phillips, and it was not a mistake he intended to make again.
  57. 2013, Vanessa Kier, ''Vengeance: The SSU Book 1''

  58. Eventually they'd report back to Ryker, and he still didn't know if Ryker had personally burned his cover and sent assassins after him, or if the SSU had a mole. Until he knew for certain, he had to play this safe.
  59. To blackmail.

  60. 1979, John le Carré, ''Smiley's People''

  61. "''How'' does Leipzig burn him precisely?" Enderby insisted. "What's the pressure? Dirty pix—well, okay. Karla's a puritan, so's Kirov. But I mean, Christ, this isn't the fifties, is it? (..)
  62. A stream.

  63. (RQ:Hopkins Poems)

  64. 1881, Louis Stevenson|Robert Louis Stevenson, ''Puerisque|Virginibus Puerisque'':

  65. He may pitch on some tuft of lilacs over a burn, and smoke innumerable pipes to the tune of the water on the stones.
  66. 2008, (w), ''Kieron Smith, Boy'', Penguin 2009, page 105:

  67. When it was too heavy rain the burn ran very high and wide and ye could never jump it.
  68. wood

  69. A small river.

  70. (quote-book)|title=The lea-rig|chapter=|url=|page=|text=Down by the burn where scented birks / Wi' dew are hangin clear, my jo,