express

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express englannista suomeksi

  1. ilmaista

  2. puristaa

  3. pikalähetyksenä

  4. pika-

  5. ilmentää

  6. pikavuoro, pikajuna

  7. pikakirje

  8. pikalähetys

  9. lähettää pikalähetyksenä

  10. nimenomainen

  1. pika-

  2. yksikäsitteinen, nimenomainen

  3. ilmeinen

  4. pikavuoro bus, pikajuna train

  5. ilmaista

  6. puristaa

  7. erittää

express englanniksi

  1. Moving or operating quickly, as a train not making local stops.

  2. Specific or precise; directly and distinctly stated; not merely implied.

  3. ''I gave him express instructions not to begin until I arrived, but he ignored me.''

    ''This book cannot be copied without the express permission of the publisher.''

  4. Truly depicted; exactly resembling.

  5. ''In my eyes it bore a livelier image of the spirit, it seemed more express and single, than the imperfect and divided countenance.''

  6. (quote-book)|editor=(w)|title=The Mask of Comus|location=New York|publisher=J. W. Schermerhorn & Co.|year_published=1876|page=253|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=9XtAAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA253|passage=Soon as the potion works, their human countenance, / The express resemblance of the gods, is changed / Into some brutish form, of wolf, or bear, / Or ounce, or tiger, hog, or bearded goat, / All other parts remaining as they were(..)

  7. Providing a more limited but presumably faster service than a full or complete dealer of the same kind or type.

  8. ''The Pizza Hut inside Target isn't a full one: it's a Pizza Hut Express.''

    ''Some Wal-Mart stores will include a McDonald's Express.''

    ''The mall's selection of cell phone carriers includes a full AT&T store and a T-Mobile express.''

  9. A mode of transportation, often a train, that travels quickly or directly.

  10. (ux)

  11. (quote-book)

  12. (quote-journal)

  13. A service that allows mail or money to be sent rapidly from one destination to another.

  14. An rifle.

  15. 1885, (w), ''(w)''

  16. "Give me my express," I said, laying down the Winchester, and he handed it to me cocked.
  17. A clear image or representation; an expression; a plain declaration.

  18. (RQ:Taylor Divin)

  19. the only remanent express of Christ's sacrifice on earth
  20. A messenger sent on a special errand; a courier.

  21. An office.

  22. 1873, (w), ''Christmas Eve and Christmas Day''

  23. She charged him (..) to ask at the express if anything came up from town.
  24. That which is sent by an express messenger or message.

  25. (quote-book)|title=Basilike|Εἰκὼν Βασιλική Eikōn Basilikē = Royal Portrait. The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Maiestie, in His Solitvdes and Svfferings|year=1648|passage=popular captations, which some men use in their Speeches, and Expresses

  26. (senseid) To convey or communicate; to make known or explicit.

  27. (quote-book)|title=(w)|chapter=5|passage=We expressed our readiness, and in ten minutes were in the station wagon, rolling rapidly down the long drive, for it was then after nine. We passed on the way the van of the guests from Asquith. As we reached the lodge we heard the whistle, and we backed up against one side of the platform as the train pulled up at the other.

  28. To press, squeeze out (especially said of milk).

  29. 1851, (w), ''(w)'', 13|chapter 13

  30. The people of his island of Rokovoko, it seems, at their wedding feasts express the fragrant water of young cocoanuts into a large stained calabash like a punchbowl ....
  31. 2018, Kelsey Munroe, ''The Guardian'', 15 March:

  32. They don’t have teats, so the mothers express their milk onto their bellies for their young to feed.
  33. To translate RNA into protein.

  34. To transcribe acid into messenger RNA.

  35. 2015, Ferris Jabr, ''How Humans Ended Up With Freakishly Huge Brains'', ''Wired'':

  36. When a cell “expresses” a gene, it translates the DNA first into a signature messenger RNA (mRNA) sequence and subsequently into a chain of amino acids that forms a protein.
  37. The action of conveying some idea using words or actions; communication, expression.

  38. 1646, Sir (w), ''Pseudodoxia Epidemica'', V.20:

  39. Whereby they discoursed in silence, and were intuitively understood from the theory of their expresses.
  40. A specific statement or instruction.

  41. 1646, (w), ''Pseudodoxia Epidemica'', II.5:

  42. This Gentleman ... caused a man to go down no less than a hundred fathom, with express to take notice whether it were hard or soft in the place where it groweth.
  43. express, rapide

  44. express train or service