canvas

suomi-englanti sanakirja

canvas englannista suomeksi

  1. tausta

  2. tutkia

  3. purje

  4. purjekangas

  5. selvittää

  6. peittää

  7. kanveesi

  8. kanvaasiteltta

  9. kalastella ääniä

  10. öljymaalaus

  1. purjekangas

  2. kanvaasi

  3. Substantiivi

canvas englanniksi

  1. A type of coarse cloth, woven from hemp, useful for making sails and tents or as a surface for paintings.

  2. 1882, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, ''A History of Agriculture and Prices in England'', Volume 4, p. 556.

  3. The term canvas is very widely used, as well to denote the coarse fabrics employed for kitchen use, as for strainers, and wraps for meat, as for the best quality of ordinary table and shirting linen.
  4. A piece of canvas cloth stretched across a frame on which one may paint.

  5. A painting, or a picture on canvas.

  6. (RQ:Goldsmith Traveller)

  7. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  8. (quote-book)

  9. A mesh of loosely woven cotton strands or molded plastic to be decorated with needlepoint, cross-stitch, hooking, or other crafts.

  10. A basis for creative work.

  11. (ux)

  12. A region on which graphics can be rendered.

  13. Sails in general.

  14. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(...) &91;(w)&93; for (w),(nb...)|month=August|year=1785|year_published=1818|volume=III|section=part IV (Philosophical Subjects)|page=525|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=jmMFAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA525|oclc=873869756|passage=The double desire of being able to overtake a weaker flying enemy, or to escape when pursued by a stronger, has induced the owners to overmast their cruisers, and to spread too much canvass; and the great number of men, many of them not seamen, who being upon deck when a ship heels suddenly are huddled down to leeward, and increase by their weight the effect of the wind.

  15. A tent.

  16. A rough draft or model of a song, air, or other literary or musical composition; especially one to show a poet the measure of the verses he is to make.

  17. (Nigerian English) Sneakers

  18. To cover (an area or object) with canvas.

  19. (obsolete spelling of) (defdate)

  20. (RQ:Ovid Golding Metamorphosis)

  21. (RQ:Holinshed Chronicles)&93;, comming to him declared in what caſe hys houſe and people ſtoode, who beeing (as was ſuppoſed) not ſo farre off, but that he might heare howe luſtily the Engliſhe Canons did canuas and batter his Humiſhe Caſtell Walles, did nowe agree to meete the Marshall maiſter Drurie &91;(w)&93; two myles diſtant from the ſayde Caſtell, and there to common further with him in that matter.

  22. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)

  23. (quote-book)|edition=7th|location=London|publisher=(...) J. F. for Royston|Richard Royston,(nb...)|month=(date written)|year=a. 1661|year_published=1662|section=book V|page=354|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=31NnAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA354|oclc=1179521023|passage=The nature of man, created after the Image of God, I mean, his Reaſonable nature, hath ſuch an agreement and liking to all that is ſubſtantially and really good, (ſuch are all the Commands of the Natural and Chriſtian Law) that it ſtill canvaſeth on that ſide, and ſolicites the will to embrace the good, and prefer it before the pleaſurable evil; (..)

  24. (RQ:Wood Athenae Oxonienses)

  25. (RQ:Hall Epistles) I haue learned this faſhion of S(sup). ''Hierome'' the Oracle of Antiquitie, vvho vvas vvont to entertaine his ''Paula'', and ''Euſtochium'', ''Marcella'', ''Principia'', ''Hedibia'', and other deuout Ladies, vvith learned canuaſes of the deep pointes of Diuinity.

  26. (RQ:Burton Melancholy)

  27. (RQ:Shirley Works)

  28. (RQ:Burke Revolution in France)

  29. (l), (l)

  30. (syn)

  31. (l), (l) used for painting

  32. (l) (gloss)

  33. (l)

  34. canvas