determinate englannista suomeksi
c. 1668, (w), ''(w)''
- Quantity of words and a determinate number of feet.
- (..) on account of his responsibility to Norman and Marigold, and on account of his now determinate age, he considered himself ineligible for more dangerous service.
1526, (w), trans. ''Bible'', Acts II:
- hym have ye taken by the hondes of unrightewes persones, after he was delivered by the determinat counsell and foreknowledge of God, and have crucified and slayne hym ....
*1796–7, (w), ''The Wrongs of Woman'', Oxford 2009, p. 107:
- She watched impatiently for the dawn of day, with that determinate purpose which generally insures success.
Determined or resolved upon.
*(RQ:Shakespeare Twelfth Night)
Of determined purpose; resolute.
- More determinate to do than skilfull how to do.
A single state of a particular determinable attribute.
To bring to an end; to determine.
*(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)