compound englannista suomeksi
laskea pääoma ja korko
An enclosure within which workers, prisoners, or soldiers are confined.
An enclosure for secure storage.
A group of buildings situated close together, e.g. for a school or block of offices.
*(quote-video game)|title=(w)|location=Redwood City|publisher=Electronic Arts|year=2008|genre=fiction|Science Fiction|platform=PC|scene=Normandy SR-1|isbn=9780784546642|oclc=246633669|passage=Shepard: What kind of proof do you have that the major is dangerous?Transmission: Three days ago, we sent two Alliance representatives to meet with him at his compound. They have disappeared. We believe Kyle and his followers killed them.Transmission: That compound is a cult, Shepard. They call him 'Father Kyle' now. He's set himself up as some kind of religious leader.
Composed of elements; not simple.
Dealing with numbers of various denominations of quantity, or with processes more complex than the simple process.
An octave higher than originally (i.e. a compound major second is equivalent to a major ninth).
(senseid) Anything made by combining several things.
(senseid) A (l) formed by chemical bonding of two or more elements in definite proportions by weight.
A (l) made from any combination of ingredients.
To form (a resulting mixture) by combining different elements, ingredients, or parts; to mingle with something else.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-2)
(RQ:Spectator) and compounding those images(..) into all the varieties of picture.
To settle by agreeing on less than the claim, or on different terms than those stipulated.
To settle amicably; to adjust by agreement.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)
1777, (w), ''The School for Scandal'', II.iii:
- No! no—if Charles has done nothing false or mean, I shall compound for his extravagance
To come to terms of agreement; to settle by a compromise.
(RQ:Shakespeare Measure) compound with him by the year.
(RQ:Carew Survey of Cornwall)
(RQ:Shakespeare Timon of Athens)
To worsen a situation.
(quote-journal)|title=US's global reputation hits rock-bottom over Trump's coronavirus response|url=https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/apr/12/us-global-reputation-rock-bottom-donald-trump-coronavirus|journal=(w)|passage=(...) This latest example of nationalistic self-interest compounded anger across the EU over Trump’s travel ban, imposed last month without consultation or scientific justification.
Of a horse: to fail to maintain speed.
1855, ''The Sporting Review'' (volume 34, page 240)
- At the hill, the Warrior must have been at least ten lengths in front of Wild Dayrell; but he compounded about 200 yards on the T. Y. C. side of the Red House.