far

suomi-englanti sanakirja

far englannista suomeksi

  1. hyvin, liian, paljon

  2. oikeanpuoleinen

  3. pitkä

  4. etäällä, etäältä, kaukana, etäälle, kauas, kaukaa

  5. kaukainen, etäinen, kaukana oleva

  6. näin kauas, tiettyyn pisteeseen

  7. ääri-

  8. pitkälle

  1. kaukana adverb, kauas adverb; to, kaukaa adverb; from; etäällä adverb, etäälle adverb; to, etäältä adverb; from; kaukainen adjective, etäinen adjective

  2. Substantiivi

  3. Verbi

far englanniksi

  1. FAR

  1. Distant; remote in space.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Authorized Version)

  4. (quote-book)

  5. Remote in time.

  6. ''the far future''

  7. Long. (rfex)

  8. More remote of two.

  9. (quote-book)|chapter=19| title=The Mirror and the Lamp| passage=At the far end of the houses the head gardener stood waiting for his mistress, and he gave her strips of bass to tie up her nosegay. This she did slowly and laboriously, with knuckly old fingers that shook.

  10. Extreme, as measured from some central or neutral position.

  11. Extreme, as a difference in nature or quality.

  12. Outside the currently selected segment in a segmented memory architecture.

  13. To, from or over a great distance in space, time or other extent.

  14. Very much; by a great amount.

  15. {{quote-journal|en|date=May 5, 2012|author=Phil McNulty|work=BBC Sport

  16. To send far away.

  17. 1864, Elizabeth Gaskell, ''Cousin Phillis''

  18. But I wish he'd been farred before he ever came near this house, with his “Please Betty” this, and “Please Betty” that, and drinking up our new milk as if he'd been a cat. I hate such beguiling ways.
  19. Spelt (a type of wheat, ''spelta''), especially in the context of Roman use of it.

  20. 1756, Aurelius Cornelius Celsus, ''Medicine: In Eight Books'', page 108

  21. A cataplasm made from any meal is heating, whether it be of wheat, or of far, or barley, or bitter vetch, ...
  22. 1872, John Cordy Jeaffreson, ''Brides and Bridals'', volume 1, page 201:

  23. Our wedding-cake is the memorial of a practice, that bore a striking resemblance to, if it was not derived from, ''confarreatio'', the form of marriage that had fallen into general disuse amongst the Romans in the time of Tiberius. Taking its name from the cake of far and mola salsa that was broken over the bride's head, ''confarreatio'' was attended with an incident that increases its resemblance to the way in which our ancestors used at their weddings objects symbolical of natural plentifulness.
  24. A litter of piglets; a farrow.

  25. lighthouse

  26. headlight

  27. fern

  28. (alternative form of)

  29. father, dad

  30. by

  31. ''La libro de Johano far Ŝekspiro''

    John's book by Shakespeare)

    ''regado de la popolo, far la popolo, kaj por la popolo''

    government of the people, by the people, and for the people

    (syn)

  32. drive, ride, tour

  33. vessel

  34. trace, sign

  35. A traditional Breton cake

  36. buttock, posterior

  37. stern (ship)

  38. tail, rear (vehicle)

  39. passage, ride

  40. ''Má ég fá far?''

    Can I get a ride?

  41. imprint, trace

  42. character, personality

  43. (apocopic form of)

  44. spelt (gloss) (''spelta'')

  45. coarse meal; grits

  46. rat

  47. mouse

  48. to overflow

  49. a (l)

  50. (inflection of)

  51. (l)

  52. (l), (l)

  53. (infl of)

  54. lighthouse

  55. a means of passage

  56. passage

  57. trace, print, track

  58. life, conduct, behaviour

  59. state, condition

  60. to do

  61. (circa) (w), canso:

  62. Dieus que fetz tot qunt ve ni vai / E formet sest'amor de lonh / Mi don poder ....
    : ''God, who makes everything that comes or goes and who created this distant love, give me power.''
  63. sheep

  64. beacon

  65. car headlight

  66. to do, make

  67. where (qualifier)

  68. ''Bha e cunnartach far an robh am balach ag iasgach.'' - It was dangerous where the boy was fishing.

  69. father

  70. (sv-verb-form-imp)

  71. (sv-verb-form-pre)

  72. fairway

  73. shadow

  74. to do

  75. to make

  76. to act, operate

  77. to study

  78. ''Han fekk säg ä bra tag, då’n einsamen ärvd farin''

    He got a good advantage when he alone inherited the father.

    ''Hä var grannars far’n dill å håll prästa i år men han hadd int’ na dill å påhåll.''

    It was the father of the house in the neighbouring farm's turn to be priest-host (during house hearings) this year, but he lacked what was required.

  79. Sheep.