drop

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drop englannista suomeksi

  1. hylätä

  2. synnyttää

  3. pudotus

  4. päästä eroon

  5. siirtyä

  6. pudottaa

  7. alentaa

  8. hävitä

  9. kuluttaa

  10. jättää sikseen

  11. väliverho

  12. pudota

  13. pudottautua, tippua

  14. toimittaa

  15. jättöpaikka, keruupaikka

  16. taantua

  17. piilo

  18. jyrkkä rinne

  19. killua

  20. mainita ohimennen

  21. jättää pois

  22. laskea

  23. tippa

  24. erottaa

  25. pisara

  26. iskeä maahan

  27. kaataa tipotellen

  1. pisara, tippa

  2. tippa

  3. pisara, tippa, liraus

  4. liraus

  5. pisara

  6. rae, pastilli

  7. suojus, kansi

  8. pudokas

  9. luukku

  10. pudotettu esine">pudotettu esine

  11. pudotin

  12. verho, väliverho

  13. pudotus

  14. putoaminen

  15. toimitus, kuljetus

  16. julkaisu

  17. alkupanos

  18. aleneminen, heikkeneminen

  19. pituus, korkeus

  20. pudotuspaikka

  21. droppi, käännekohta

  22. tiputtaa

  23. tippua, pisaroida, pudota

  24. kaatua

  25. kaatua, kuukahtaa, kupsahtaa

  26. joutua

  27. loppua

  28. laskea, pudota, pudottaa, tippua

  29. jäädä joukosta">jäädä joukosta, jäädä jälkeen

  30. piipahtaa, käväistä

  31. ilmestyä

  32. jäädä pois">jäädä pois

  33. laskeutua

  34. tiputtaa, pisaroida, ripottaa

  35. pudottaa, tiputtaa

  36. laskea

  37. laskea housunsa (alas)">laskea housunsa (alas)

  38. upottaa, laskea

  39. synnyttää, munia egg

  40. heittää

  41. heittää, lähettää

  42. laskea, pudota

  43. lopettaa

  44. poistaa, pudottaa

  45. pulittaa

  46. käyttää

  47. jakaa

  48. napata

  49. julkaista

  50. pudottaa

  51. soittaa

  52. iskeä

  53. kokea yllätystappio">kokea yllätystappio

  54. tehdä pudotuspotkumaali">tehdä pudotuspotkumaali

  55. Substantiivi

drop englanniksi

  1. A small quantity of liquid, just large enough to hold its own round shape through tension, especially one that falls from a source of liquid.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-journal), Kane (chemist)|Robert Kane, and William Francis|journal=Magazine|The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science|location=London|publisher=& Francis|Taylor and Francis,(nb...); sold by Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green;(nb...)|month=March|year=1864|volume=XXVII (4th Series)|issue=181|pages=178–179|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=lVAEAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA179|oclc=32062646|passage=A circular horizontal surface of indefinite diameter gave a drop of water weighing 2·10 grains. This is therefore the weight of the maximum drop formed on a flat surface, and it will be seen that it very nearly coincides with the weight of the drop formed upon a surface seven-tenths of an inch diameter. The drop in this case is always formed at the centre of the surface, this being the centre of the greatest molecular attraction amongst the liquid particles.

  4. A dose of liquid medicine in the form of a drop ''(sense 1)''.

  5. (quote-book)

  6. A liquid medicine that is intended to be administered in drops ''(sense 1)''.

  7. A very small quantity of liquid, or of anything.

  8. (quote-book)|series=Russian and East European Studies in Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Culture|seriesvolume=1|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Lang (publisher)|Peter Lang|year=1994|page=1|isbn=978-0-8204-1962-6|issn=1065-9374|passage=BAZARIN: Zoya Sergeevna, just a drop more tea, if you would. / ZOYA SERGEEVNA: (pouring tea) Do you want it strong?

  9. A small amount of an alcoholic beverage.

  10. ''Usually preceded by'' the: alcoholic spirits in general.

  11. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Bentley (publisher)|Richard Bentley,(nb...)|year=1834|volume=I|page=61|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=RbEMAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA61|oclc=230650092|passage=She is rather fond of her drops, and is then particularly good-humoured; it is only when she is getting sober that she is querulous and nervous.

  12. A single measure of whisky.

  13. That which hangs or resembles a liquid globule, such as a hanging diamond earring or ornament, a glass pendant on a chandelier, etc.

  14. ''Often preceded by a defining word'': a small, round piece of candy, such as a drop; a lozenge.

  15. An ornament resembling a pendant; a gutta.

  16. A thing which drops or hangs down.

  17. The cover mounted on a swivel over a keyhole that rests over the keyhole when not in use to out debris, but is swiveled out of the way before inserting the key.

  18. A fruit which has fallen off a tree, etc., or has been knocked off accidentally, rather than picked.

  19. (quote-book)|month=June|year=1986|page=A-2|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=_SwAMo4d0acC&pg=RA1-PA2|oclc=14048250|passage=Drops are another source of juice apple supply. As the pickers pick apples in orchards oriented toward fresh-market or canning apples, apples fall or are accidentally knocked to the ground; these are drops. The only use for drops is juice production.

  20. (quote-book) Drops, on the other hand windfalls, are fruits that have sat around on the ground for a longer period of time—typically a day or more.

  21. A dropped pass.

  22. A (l) on a gallows; a gallows itself.

  23. (quote-book): A Short Life|edition=revised|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=YWw1lNrhwbgC&pg=RA1-PT264|location=Sydney, N.S.W.|publisher=(publisher)|Hachette Australia|year=2003|year_published=2010|isbn=978-0-7336-2579-4|passage=As the prisoners prepared to leave, they had seen Dan and Steve standing together in the breezeway, ‘for all the world like two condemned prisoners on the drop’.

  24. (quote-av); Barry Langford|episode=All the Lost Children|title=(w)|date=25 November 2015|season=1|number=3|time=26:40|passage=''Crook'': "I'll find the killers for you, I swear." / ''Cop'': "So why didn't you?" / ''Crook'': "I'm scared of 'em." / ''Cop'': "More than the drop?" / ''Crook'': "Aye. Maybe."

  25. An item made available for the player to pick up from the remains of a defeated enemy.

  26. A mechanism for lowering something, such as a machine for lowering heavy weights on to a ship's deck, or a device for temporarily lowering a jet, etc.

  27. (short for) and press.

  28. A curtain which falls in front of a theatrical stage; also, a section of (cloth) scenery lowered on to the stage like a curtain.

  29. (quote-journal)).

  30. (quote-book)|year=2007|oclc=154320862|passage=In ''Rover (play)|The Rover'', one of these esthetically important elements was the arrangement of the upstage drops. Originally the drop was split into three sections, with obvious and blatant seams between them.

  31. An act or instance of dropping ''(in all senses)''.

  32. An act of moving downwards under the force of gravity; a descent, a fall.

  33. (quote-journal)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20210221164855/https://www.nytimes.com/projects/2012/snow-fall/index.html/?part=tunnel-creek|archivedate=21 February 2021|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|year=2012|issn=0362-4331|oclc=971436363|passage=The slope of the terrain, shaped like a funnel, squeezed the growing swell of churning snow into a steep, twisting gorge. It moved in surges, like a roller coaster on a series of drops and high-banked turns.

  34. An instance of making a delivery of people, supplies, or things, especially by parachute out of an aircraft (an airdrop), but also by truck, etc.

  35. 2020, Arlana Crane, ''Mordecai's Ashes''

  36. That was how a drug deal went down? (..) Karl shook his head and pulled away from the curb, heading for his next drop and feeling distinctly uncomfortable about the mass of cash now keeping the drugs in his bags company.
  37. A release (of music, a game, etc).

  38. (quote-book) and (w)|title=The New (w) Album Guide|series=A Fireside Book|edition=4th|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|year=2004|page=792|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=t9eocwUfoSoC&pg=PA792|column=1|isbn=978-0-7432-0169-8|passage=2002 saw the drop of a new album whose title riffed on the many magazine cover stories calling (w)'s music infectious.

  39. (quote-book)|month=January|year=2020|isbn=978-0-316-12627-4|passage=Turned out this was the drop party for popster Effigy's latest release, ''BeatMeKickMeHoldMe''.

  40. The amount of money that a gambler exchanges for chips in a casino.

  41. (quote-book) In other words, the drop tells you how many chips were bought at that table, but it doesn't tell you how many bets were made with those chips.

  42. ''Preceded by'' the: execution by hanging.

  43. (quote-book)|year=2011|page=74|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=m__-DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA74|isbn=978-0-87580-440-8|passage=All those present shared the all-important political connections required to get a ticket to the execution. News reporters, doctors, and members of the juries had prime spots right by the platform, so that they could see the drop and record the time of death.

  44. ''Usually preceded by'' the: relegation from one division to a lower one.

  45. (short for)

  46. An unsolicited card issue.

  47. A decline in degree, quality, quantity, or rate.

  48. (quote-book)|series=74th States Congress|Congress, 1st Session|seriesvolume=document no. 13|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=States Government Publishing Office|United States Government Printing Office|date=17 January 1935|section=paragraphs 5–6|page=37|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=WTQ8AQAAMAAJ&pg=RA5-PA37|oclc=5138417|passage=The volume of money was expected to fluctuate with the volume of business activity so that a drop in business activity would bring a drop in the volume of money outstanding. (..) If the volume of money is reduced, it tends to produce a slight drop in demand for all sorts of commodities.

  49. Of men's clothes: the difference between the chest circumference and waist circumference.

  50. Of women's clothes: the difference between the bust circumference and hip circumference.

  51. The distance through which something drops, or falls below a certain level.

  52. The distance below a cliff or other high position through which someone or something could fall; hence, a steep slope.

  53. The vertical length of a hanging curtain.

  54. The distance of the axis of a shaft below the base of a hanger.

  55. The distance that a person drops when being executed by hanging.

  56. The depth of a (square) sail (generally applied to the courses only); the vertical dimension of a sail.

  57. A place where items or supplies may be left for others to collect, whether openly (as with a mail drop), or secretly or illegally (as in crime or espionage); a drop-off point.

  58. 1973, United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Small Business, ''Criminal Redistribution Systems and Their Economic Impact on Small Business: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress'' (page 811)

  59. A drop is a place where the stolen property can be stored. It may be a warehouse, an apartment, or a garage. At the drop, a group of persons called loaders remove the merchandise from the truck and store it.
  60. (only used in) An advantage.

  61. A point in a song, usually music such as dubstep, house, trace, or trap, where there is a very noticeable and pleasing change in bass, tempo, and/or overall tone; a climax, a highlight.

  62. (quote-web)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20200806012023/https://music.avclub.com/justin-bieber-believe-1798173278|archivedate=6 August 2020|date=26 June 2012|passage=But musical ancestry aside, the influence to which Bieber|Justin Bieber is most beholden is the current trends in pop music, which means ''Believe'' is loaded up with EDM dance music accouterments, seeking a comfortable middle ground where Bieber’s impressively refined pop-R&B croon can rub up on techno blasts and garish dubstep drops (and occasionally grind on some AutoTune, not necessarily because it needs it, but because a certain amount of robo-voice is expected these days).

  63. Of a liquid: to fall in drops or droplets. (defdate)

  64. (RQ:Spenser Shepheardes Calender)

  65. To fall (straight down) under the influence of gravity, like a drop of liquid. (defdate)

  66. To fall or sink quickly or suddenly to the ground. (defdate)

  67. To collapse in exhaustion or injury; also, to fall dead, or to fall in death.

  68. (quote-book).|title=The Works of Alexander Pope Esq.|location=London|publisher=(...) J. and P. Knapton(nb...)|date=12 September 1722|year_published=1751|volume=VIII (Being the Second of His Letters)|page=43|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=UyYJAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA43|oclc=1050460063|passage=Nothing, ſays (w), is ſo melancholy a circumſtance in human life, or ſo ſoon reconciles us to the thought of our own death, as the reflection and prospect of one friend after another dropping round us!

  69. To fall into a particular condition or state.

  70. To come to an end (by not being up|kept up); to lapse, to stop. (defdate)

  71. (RQ:James Maisie)

  72. To decrease, diminish, or lessen in condition, degree, value, etc. (defdate)

  73. (ux)

  74. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  75. Of a song or sound: to lower in key, pitch, tempo, or other quality.

  76. Of a voice: to lower in timbre, often due to puberty.

  77. (quote-web)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20200806012023/https://music.avclub.com/justin-bieber-believe-1798173278|archivedate=6 August 2020|date=26 June 2012|passage=The 18-year-old Bieber|Justin Bieber can’t quite pull off the “adult” thing just yet: His voice may have dropped a bit since the days of “(Justin Bieber song)|Baby,” but it still mostly registers as “angelic,” and veers toward a pubescent whine at times.

  78. To fall behind or to the rear of a group of people, etc., as a result of not keeping up with those at the front.

  79. ''Usually followed by'' by, in, or into: of a person: to visit someone or somewhere informally or without a prior appointment.

  80. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  81. Of a programme, software, a music album or song, etc.: to enter public distribution.

  82. To out of the betting.

  83. 1990, Stewart Wolpin, ''The Rules of Neighborhood Poker According to Hoyle'' (page 219)

  84. But more important, if I dropped, Marty would have won the hand automatically.
  85. Of the testicles: to hang further away from the body and begin producing sperm due to puberty.

  86. To let drops fall; to discharge itself in drops.

  87. 1611 King James Bible, Psalms 68:8

  88. The heavens (..) dropped at the presence of God.
  89. To drip (a liquid) in drops or small amounts. (defdate)

  90. 1759-1767, (w), ''(w)''

  91. The recording angel, as he wrote it down, dropped a tear upon the word and blotted it out forever.
  92. 1860, (w), ''(w)''

  93. persons, dropping sweat-drops or blood-drops
  94. (senseid) To let (something) fall; to allow (something) to fall (either by releasing hold of, or losing one's grip on). (defdate)

  95. (quote-journal)

  96. To move to a lower position; to allow to hang downwards; to lower.

  97. (quote-book)|title=Murder on the Orient Express| location=London| publisher=HarperCollins|year=1934|year_published= 2017|chapter=8|page=129|passage=The stare seemed to abash Poirot. He dropped his eyes and began fiddling with the papers in front of him.

  98. To quickly lower or down (one's trousers), especially in public.

  99. To cook (food, especially food), particularly by lowering into hot oil to deep-fry, or by grilling.

  100. To reduce; to make smaller.

  101. 2011, Alexander Mamishev, Sean Williams, ''Technical Writing for Teams: The STREAM Tools Handbook'' (page 64)

    Here is a simple example: suppose you are in the process of writing a 15-page proposal and at a certain point you decide that, in order to fit all your material, you want to drop the font size from 12 to 11.
  102. Of an animal (usually a sheep): to birth to (young); of a bird: to lay (an egg).

  103. To mention (something) casually or incidentally, usually in conversation. (defdate)

  104. To let (a letter, etc.) fall into a postbox; hence, to send (a letter, email, or other message) in an offhand manner. (defdate)

  105. To make (someone or something) fall to the ground from a blow, gunshot, etc.; to down, to down. (defdate)

  106. 1846, ed. by G. W. Nickisson, “Elephant-Shooting in Ceylon”, in ''Fraser's Magazine|Fraser's Magazine'', vol. XXXIII, no. CXCVII

  107. page 562: ...if the first shot does not drop him, and he rushes on, the second will be a very hurried and most likely ineffectual one...
    page 568 ...with a single shot he dropped him like a master of the art.
  108. 1892, Alexander A. A. Kinloch, ''Large Game Shooting in Thibet, the Himalayas, Northern and Central India'', page 126

  109. As with all other animals, a shot behind the shoulder is the most likely to drop the beast on the spot (..)
  110. 1921, Daniel Henderson, ''Boone of the Wilderness'', page 54

  111. He dropped the beast with a bullet in its heart.
  112. 1985, (w), ''Revere (song)|Paul Revere'':

  113. The piano player's out, the music stopped / His boy had beef, and he got dropped...
  114. 1992, Dan Parkinson, ''Dust on the Wind'', page 164

  115. With a quick clench of the fist on Joey's throat, Bodie dropped him. The man crumpled to the ground (..)
  116. To down (someone or something) from a vehicle; to stop and deliver or deposit (someone or something); to off.

  117. To lower (a sound, a voice, etc.) in pitch or volume.

  118. To tune (a guitar string, etc.) to a lower note.

  119. To cease concerning oneself over (someone or something); to have nothing more to do with (a discussion, subject, etc.). (defdate)

  120. 1815, (w), ''Guy Mannering; Or, The Astrologer''

  121. The connection had been dropped many years.
  122. 1859, (w), ''The Virginians: A Tale of the Last Century''

  123. that astonishing ease with which fine ladies drop you and pick you up again
  124. To dispose or rid of (something); to lose, to remove.

  125. To cease to include (something), as if on a list; to dismiss, to eject, to expel.

  126. 2019, Louise Taylor, ''Alex Morgan heads USA past England into Women’s World Cup final'' (in ''The Guardian'', 2 July 2019)https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jul/02/usa-england-womens-world-cup-match-report

  127. If Carly Telford’s replacement of Karen Bardsley, because of a hamstring injury, was enforced, the switch to 4-4-1-1 was not. This new-look configuration saw Rachel Daly deployed in front of Lucy Bronze down the right, Toni Duggan and Fran Kirby dropped, Beth Mead introduced on the left and Nikita Parris moved up front.
  128. To cancel or cease to participate in (a scheduled course, event, or project).

  129. To lose, spend, or otherwise with (money). (defdate)

  130. 1949, ''The Atlantian'', v 8, Atlanta: United States Penitentiary, p 41:

  131. The question was: Who put the most in the collection box? The wealthy guy, who dropped a “C” note, or the tattered old dame who parted with her last tarnished penny.
  132. 2000, Lisa Reardon, ''Blameless: A Novel'', Random House, p 221:

  133. I forked over the $19.25. I was in no position to be dropping twenties like gumdrops but I deserved something good from this crappy morning.
  134. To pass or use (counterfeit cheques, money, etc.).

  135. To impart (something).

  136. ''Especially in'' acid: to swallow (a drug, particularly LSD). (defdate)

  137. To release (a programme, software, a music album or song, etc.) to the public.

  138. To fail to write, or (especially) to pronounce (a syllable, letter, etc.). (defdate)

  139. To play (a portion of music) in the manner of a jockey.

  140. To perform (music).

  141. To (unexpectedly) lose (a competition, game, etc.).

  142. Of a fielder: to fail to dismiss (a batsman) by accidentally dropping a batted ball that had initially been caught.

  143. To score (a goal) means of a kick.

  144. To cover (something) with or as if with drops, especially of a different colour; to bedrop, to variegate.

  145. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  146. To enter a more basic interface.

  147. To present the user with a more basic interface.

  148. bustard

  149. dropping a new ball from hand from shoulder height and arm's length, if the original ball was lost.

  150. droplet

  151. licorice, especially a variety sold as small sweets/candies.

  152. goal

  153. bustard; a bird belonging to the family Otididae, especially the bustard (gl) or any member of the genus ''Ardeotis''