suomi-englanti sanakirja

damp englannista suomeksi

  1. hiljentää

  2. heikentää

  3. kostea

  4. hillitä

  5. kosteus

  6. vaimentaa

  1. kostea

  2. Substantiivi

  3. kosteus

  4. kaivoskaasu

  5. Verbi

  6. sammuttaa, tukahduttaa

  7. vaimentaa

damp englanniksi

  1. A

  1. In a state between dry and wet; (l) (l); (l).

  2. 25 January 2017, Leena Camadoo writing in ''(w)'', ''Dominican banana producers at sharp end of climate change''

  3. Once the farms have been drained and the dead plants have been cut down and cleared, farmers then have to be alert for signs of black sigatoka, a devastating fungus which flourishes in damp conditions and can destroy banana farms.
  4. (RQ:Dryden Aeneid)

  5. (ux)

  6. Despondent; dispirited, downcast.

  7. 27 July 2016, Jane O’Faherty in ''The (w)'', Monarchs and prison officers win big on second race day

  8. Though Travis's 'Why does it always Rain on Me' boomed around the stands, there were few damp spirits in Galway on day two of the races.
  9. {{RQ:Milton Paradise Lost|I|lines=522-3|text=All these and more came flocking; but with looks / Down cast and damp.

  10. Permitting the possession of alcoholic beverages, but not their sale.

  11. (quote-book)

  12. Moisture; humidity; dampness.

  13. (RQ:Shakespeare All's Well)

  14. 1764, (w), ''Amana'', London: W. Johnston, Act V, p.(nbs)49,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004796053.0001.000

  15. What means this chilling damp that clings around me!
    Why do I tremble thus!
  16. 1848, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter(nbs)10,http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2153/2153-h/2153-h.htm

  17. Unceasing, soaking rain was falling; the very lamps seemed obscured by the damp upon the glass, and their light reached but to a little distance from the posts.
  18. (RQ:Woolf Orlando)

  19. 2005, (w), ''(w)'', London: Faber, 2010, Chapter(nbs)10, p.(nbs)115,https://archive.org/details/isbn_9780571272129

  20. We sometimes kept our Wellingtons on the whole day, leaving trails of mud and damp through the rooms.
  21. Fog; fogginess; vapor.

  22. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost) with black air / Accompanied, with damps and dreadful gloom.

  23. 1810, (w) and Elizabeth Shelley, “Warrior” in ''(w)'', London: John Lane, 1898, p.(nbs)57,https://archive.org/details/originalpoetryb00garngoog

  24. Her chilling finger on my head,
    With coldest touch congealed my soul—
    Cold as the finger of the dead,
    Or damps which round a tombstone roll—
  25. (RQ:Hardy Woodlanders)

  26. Dejection or depression; something that spoils a positive emotion (such as enjoyment, satisfaction, expectation or courage) or a desired activity.

  27. (RQ:Addison Cato)

  28. 1728, George Carleton (attributed to (w)), ''The Memoirs of an English Officer'', London: E. Symon, p.(nbs)72,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004787619.0001.000

  29. But though the War was proclaim’d, and Preparations accordingly made for it, the Expectations from all receiv’d a sudden Damp, by the as sudden Death of King ''William''.
  30. (RQ:Burke State of the Nation)

  31. (RQ:Austen Pride and Prejudice)

  32. (RQ:Dickens David Copperfield) Mrs. Gummidge (..), I am sorry to relate, cast a damp upon the festive character of our departure, by immediately bursting into tears (..)

  33. 1866, (w), letter to A. Wills dated 2(nbs)January, 1866, in ''Life and Letters of James David Forbes'', London: Macmaillan, 1873, p.(nbs)429,https://archive.org/stream/lifelettersofjam00shaiuoft

  34. (..) I was concerned to hear from your brother that Mrs. Wills’ health had prevented her accompanying you to Sixt as usual. It must have thrown a damp over your autumn excursion (..)
  35. A gaseous product, formed in coal mines, old wells, pits, etc.

  36. 1733, (w), ''An Essay Concerning the Effects of Air on Human Bodies'', London: Jacob Tonson, Chapter 1, p.(nbs)19,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004888786.0001.000

  37. There are sulphurous Vapours which infect the Vegetables, and render the Grass unwholsom to the Cattle that feed upon it: Miners are often hurt by these Steams. Observations made in some of the Mines in ''Derbyshire'', describe four sorts of those Damps.
  38. To dampen; to make moderately wet

  39. (syn)

  40. To out, as fire; to weaken, restrain, or make dull.

  41. 1887, (w), ''The Pleasures of Life''

  42. How many a day has been damped and darkened by an angry word!
  43. (RQ:Dickens Little Dorrit)

  44. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  45. 1744, (w), ''The Pleasures of the Imagination''

  46. I do not mean to wake the gloomy form Of superstition dress'd in wisdom's garb, To damp your tender hopes
  47. (RQ:Bacon Essayes)

  48. To suppress vibrations (mechanical) or oscillations (electrical) by converting energy to heat (or some other form of energy).

  49. (quote-journal)

  50. steam

  51. (imperative of)

  52. vapour (''UK''), vapor (''US'')

  53. (nl-verb form of)

  54. (alt form)

  55. vapour (UK), vapor (US)

  56. (sv-verb-form-past)