suomi-englanti sanakirja

community englannista suomeksi

  1. yhdensuuntaisuus

  2. yhteisomistus

  3. yhteisö

  4. yhdyskunta

  1. Substantiivi

  2. yhteisö

  3. yhteisö, kommuuni

  4. yhdyskunta, eliöyhteisö

  5. yhteisöllisyys

community englanniksi

  1. A group sharing a common understanding, and often the same language, law, manners, and/or tradition.

  2. (quote-book)|author2=Iohn Hooker ''alias'' Vowell ''i.e.'', Hooker (English constitutionalist)|John Hooker, transl.|chapter=The Irish Historie Composed and Written by Giraldus Cambrensis, and Translated into English (with Scholies to the Same) by Iohn Hooker of the Citie of Excester Gentleman; togither with the Supplie of the Said Historie, from the Death of King Henrie the Eight, vnto this Present Yeere 1587, Doone also by the Said Iohn Hooker: &91;...&93; &91;The Epistle Dedicatorie&93;|chapterurl=|title=The Second Volume of Chronicles: Conteining the Description, Conquest, Inhabitation, and Troublesome Estate of Ireland, First Collected by Raphaell Holinshed; and Now Newlie Recognised, Augmented, and Continued from the Death of King Henrie the Eight vntill this Present Time of Sir Iohn Perot Knight, Lord Deputie: As Appeareth by the Supplie Begining in pag. 109, &c. Wherevnto is Annexed the Description and Historie of Scotland, First Published by the Said R. H. and Now Newlie Reuised, Inlarged, and Continued to This Present Yeare; as Appeareth in pag. 405: &c. By F. T. With Two Tables Seruing Both Countries Added in the End of This Volume|location=publisher=s.n.|year=1586|oclc=276298020|passage=We are not borne to our ſelues alone, but the prince, the countrie, the parents, freends, wiues, children and familie, euerie of them doo claime an intereſt in vs, and to euerie of them we muſt be beneficiall: otherwiſe we doo degenerate from that communitie and ſocietie, which by ſuch offices by vs is to be conſtrued, & doo become moſt vnprofitable: (..)

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  4. (quote-book) twice broke out into dangerous rebellions; and as these, however arising from such immediate discontent, were yet connected a good deal with the opinion of Henry's usurpation, and the claims of a pretender, it was a necessary policy to avoid too frequent imposition of burdens upon the poorer classes of the community.

  5. (quote-book)|mainauthor=Oscar Wilde; (w); C. Owen|William Charles Owen|title=The Soul of Man under Socialism, The Socialist Ideal—Art and The Coming Solidarity|series=The Humboldt Library of Science|seriesvolume=no. 147|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=The Humboldt Publishing Company, 28 Street|Lafayette Place|date=15 March 1891|pages=14–15|pageurl=|oclc=3682313|passage=As one reads history—not in the expurgated editions written for schoolboys and passmen, but in the original authorities of each time—one is absolutely sickened, not by the crimes that the wicked have committed, but by the punishments that the good have inflicted; ''and a community is infinitely more brutalized by the habitual employment of punishment, than it is by the occasional occurrence of crime.''

  6. (quote-book) The Presbyterian ''Confession of 1967'' says that "the new life takes shape in a community in which beings know that God loves and accepts them in spite of what they are." In words that capture an older language, God uses the community of faith as "means of grace."

  7. (quote-journal)|date=7 June 2013|volume=188|issue=26|page=19|passage=It is time the international community faced the reality: we have an unmanageable, unfair, distortionary global tax regime. It is a tax system that is pivotal in creating the increasing inequality that marks most advanced countries today – with America standing out in the forefront and the UK not far behind.

  8. A residential or religious collective; a commune.

  9. A group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same region and interacting with each other.

  10. (quote-book)|year=1949|volume=I|page=325|pageurl=|isbn=|passage=Synecology has for the objects of its study, not individual organisms but biological communities, which are groups of organisms living in a given space, the properties of which space select a certain assemblage of organisms of definite autecological characteristics. Such communities are moreover not merely collections of organisms of restricted autecology, but tend to become organized by the biotic relationships that exist beteen the various individuals comprising the community.

  11. A group of people interacting by electronic means for educational, professional, social, or other purposes; a community.

  12. (quote-book)|title=Gambling with the Myth of the American Dream|series=Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society|location=New York, N.Y.; Abingdon, Oxon.|publisher=(w)|year=2015|isbn=978-1-138-85799-5|passage=Online gaming communities develop their own language, history, routines, and relationships. The online poker community is no different, developing its own culture distinct from the traditional poker community. One aspthat differentiates internet poker from other online gaming communities is the presence of money, creating what Edward Castronova|Edward Castronova et al. (2009) refer to as a virtual economic system complete with its own rules and forces.

  13. The condition of having certain attitudes and interests in common.

  14. (quote-book)|year=2006|year_published=2008|section=section 6.1 (Introduction)|page=133|pageurl=|isbn=978-0-567-56398-9|passage=We hope to demonstrate that the Apostle|Paul understood the local community to be the sphere in which and the means through which the five components of the maturation process were facilitated, thus concluding that Paul expected believers to be confirmed to Christ in community.

  15. (quote-book)|year=2018|page=128|pageurl=|isbn=978-1-138-66710-5|passage=Writing groups and community writing spaces can provide that vitally important space for writing as well as potential benefits of support and accountability if people have the chance to talk about writing. Even if all that happens, however, is that people have a space to write in community with each other, the result is usually that writing becomes contagious.

  16. Common enjoyment or possession; participation.

  17. (ux)

  18. (quote-book): In the Former, the False Principles, and Foundation of Sir (w), and His Followers, are Detected and Overthrown. The Latter is an Essay Concerning the True Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government|location=London|publisher=Printed for (w), at the Black Swan in Maria Lane|Ave-Mary-Lane, by Corner, London|Amen-Corner|year=1689|year_published=1690|oclc=83985187|location2=London|publisher2=Printed for Awnsham and John Churchill, at the Black Swan in Row|Pater-Noster-Row|year2=1698|page2=39|pageurl2=|oclc2=13656711|passage=To conclude, this Text is ſo far from proving ''Adam'' Sole Proprietor, that on the contrary, it is a Confirmation of the Original Community of all Things amongſt the Sons of Men, which appearing from this Donation of God, as well as other places of Scripture; the Sovraignty of ''Adam'', built upon his ''Private Dominion'', muſt fall, not having any Foundation to ſupport it.

  19. (quote-journal); published for the proprietors, at the Literary Gazette office, London|Strand; sold also by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; John Cumming, Dublin; and all other booksellers, newsmen, &c.|date=9 October 1819|volume=III|issue=142|page=649|pageurl=|column=1|oclc=276732578|passage=Besides, you are depriving yourself of the comforts of her sympathy; and not merely that, but also endangering the only bond that can keep hearts together—an unreserved community of thought and feeling.

  20. Common character; likeness.

  21. (quote-book)|location=Edinburgh|publisher=Printed for Peter Hill; and Cadell (publisher)|Thomas Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, London|year=1797|page=1|pageurl=|oclc=731554511|passage=We are now in the ninth year of the anarchy of France. (..) A diſpoſition to peace has been diſplayed, without conſideration of the royal family of France. The natural horror at the effuſion of blood cannot be too ſtrong, and might of itſelf perſuade us to any ſort of peace; but it is a great queſtion, whether in this we ſhould loſe our natural horror at crime. Peace with France cannot be friendſhip with France. There can be no community between us and them, unleſs by allying ourſelves with murder, and ſanctioning and ſharing in the pillage of thieves.

  22. (quote-book), 14, Street, Covent Garden|Henrietta Steet, (w), London; and 20, South Frederick Street, Edinburgh|year=1864|volume=I|section=part II (The Inductions of Biology), § 43|pages=107–108|pageurl=|oclc=5804208|passage=The essential community of nature between organic growth and inorganic growth, is, however, most clearly seen on observing that they both result in the same way. The segregation of different kinds of detritus from each other, as well as from the water carrying them, and their aggregation into distinct strata, is but an instance of a universl tendency towards the union of like units and the parting of unlike units(nb..).

  23. Commonness; frequency.

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-1 Q1)

  25. A local area within a county or borough which is the lowest tier of local government, usually represented by a (w) or town council, which is generally equivalent to a parish in England.