suomi-englanti sanakirja

field englannista suomeksi

  1. pelata kentällä, olla ulkovuorossa

  2. aukea, vainio

  3. ala

  4. kenttä

  5. ottaa koppeja, ottaa kiinni

  6. kaikki kilpailijat

  7. arvoalue, kunta

  8. näkökenttä

  9. pelto

  10. vastata

  11. panna kentälle

  12. alue

  1. Substantiivi

  2. kenttä

  3. laidun for animals, pelto for crops, vainio

  4. kenttä, esiintymisalue

  5. kenttä, taistelukenttä

  6. kenttä, pelikenttä

  7. ala

  8. kunta

  9. alue general, kenttä object-oriented programming

  10. Verbi

  11. ottaa kiinni

  12. olla ulkovuorossa">olla ulkovuorossa

  13. panna kentälle">panna kentälle

  14. vastata

field englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A land area free of woodland, cities, and towns; an area of open country.

  2. (ux)

  3. The open country near or belonging to a town or city.

  4. (quote-book)|title=Mr. Scarborough's Family|year=1883|section=Chap. XXIV|passage=Harry shook his head, and wandered away miserable through the fields, and would not in these days even set his foot upon the soil of the park. “He was not going to intrude any farther,” he said to the rector. “You can come to church, at any rate,” his father said, “for he certainly will not be there while you are at the parsonage.” Oh yes, Harry would go to the church. “I have yet to understand that Mr. Prosper is owner of the church, and the path there from the rectory is, at any rate, open to the public;” for at Buston the church stands on one corner of the park.

  5. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  6. (senseid) A wide, open space that is used to grow crops or to hold farm animals, usually enclosed by a fence, hedge or other barrier.

  7. (quote-book)|title=(w)|section=Canto the Third, LV|year=1816|passage=The castled crag of DrachenfelsFrowns o’er the wide and winding RhineWhose breast of waters broadly swellsBetween the banks which bear the vineAnd hills all rich with blossomed treesAnd fields which promise corn and wineAnd scatter’d cities crowning theseWhose far white walls along them shine,Have strew’d a scene, which I should seeWith double joy wert ''thou'' with mo.

  8. {{quote-book|en|year=1927|author=F. E. Penny

  9. (senseid) A region containing a particular mineral.

  10. An airfield, airport or base; especially, one with unpaved runways.

  11. A place where competitive matches are carried out.

  12. (senseid) A place where a battle is fought; a battlefield.

  13. (quote-book)|title=(w)|section=Act IV, Scene VI|passage=Tarry, sweet soul, for mine; then fly abreast,As in this glorious and well-foughten fieldWe kept together in our chivalry!

  14. (quote-book)|title=(w)|passage= What though the field be lost?All is not lost; th’ unconquerable will,And study of revenge, immortal hate,And courage never to submit or yield,And what is else not to be overcome;That glory never shall his wrath or might!|section=Book 1, Verses 105–110

  15. (senseid) An area reserved for playing a game or race with one’s physical force.

  16. (quote-book)|title=The Kellys and the O’Kellys|year=1848|section=Chap. III|passage=Blake was a thorough gambler, and knew well how to make the most of the numerous chances which the turf afforded him. He had a large stud of horses, to the training and working of which he attended almost as closely as the person whom he paid for doing so. But it was in the betting-ring that he was most formidable. It was said, in Kildare Street, that no one at Tattersall's could beat him at a book. He had latterly been trying a wider field than the Curragh supplied him and had, on one or two occasions, run a horse in England with such success, as had placed him, at any rate, quite at the top of the Irish sporting tree.

  17. The team in a match that throws the ball and tries to catch it when it is hit by the other team (the ''bat'').

  18. The outfield.

  19. A place where competitive matches are carried out with figures, or playing area in a game or a game.

  20. A competitive situation, circumstances in which one faces conflicting moves of rivals.

  21. (quote-book)|title=Phineas Finn|year=1869|section=Chap. XXV|passage=Dr. Finn understood enough of elections for Parliament, and of the nature of boroughs, to be aware that a candidate’s chance of success is very much improved by being early in the field.|sectionurl=

  22. All of the competitors in any outdoor contest or trial, or all except the favourites in the betting.

  23. (n-g)

  24. (senseid) A physical phenomenon (such as force, potential or fluid velocity) that pervades a region; a mathematical model of such a phenomenon that associates each point and time with a scalar, vector or tensor quantity.

  25. The extent of a given perception.

  26. A realm of practical, direct or natural operation, ''contrasted with an office, classroom, or laboratory''.

  27. (senseid) A domain of study, knowledge or practice.

  28. {{quote-journal|en|date=2013-05-10|author=Audrey Garric

  29. An unrestricted or favourable opportunity for action, operation, or achievement.

  30. (quote-book)|title=The History Of England From the Accession of James II|volume=1|chapter=IV|year=1848|passage=Penn was without doubt a man of eminent virtues. He had a strong sense of religious duty and a fervent desire to promote the happiness of mankind. On one or two points of high importance, he had notions more correct than were, in his day, common even among men of enlarged minds: and as the proprietor and legislator of a province which, being almost uninhabited when it came into his possession, afforded a clear field for moral experiments, he had the rare good fortune of being able to carry his theories into practice without any compromise, and yet without any shock to existing institutions.

  31. (RQ:Trollope The Way)

  32. (senseid) A ring satisfying the axioms.

  33. A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols.

  34. (senseid) The background of the shield.

  35. (senseid) The background of the flag.

  36. The part of a coin left unoccupied by the main device.

  37. A section of a form which is supposed to be filled with data.

  38. PHP 5 Forms Required Fields at W3Schools

  39. From the validation rules table on the previous page, we see that the "Name", "E-mail", and "Gender" fields are required. These fields cannot be empty and must be filled out in the HTML form.
  40. A component of a database in which a single unit of information is stored.

  41. (senseid) An area of memory or storage reserved for a particular value, subject to virtual access controls.

  42. 2007, Andrew Troelsen, ''Pro C with .NET 3.0, Special Edition'' (page 82)

  43. Read-only fields allow you to establish a point of data whose value is not known at compile time, but that should never change once established.
  44. Part (usually one half) of a frame in an interlaced signal

  45. To intercept or catch (a ball) and play it.

  46. To be the team catching and throwing the ball, as opposed to hitting it.

  47. ''The blue team are fielding first, while the reds are batting.''

  48. To place (q) in a game.

  49. {{quote-journal

  50. ''The away team fielded two new players and the second-choice goalkeeper.''

  51. To answer; to address.

  52. ''She will field questions immediately after her presentation.''

  53. To defeat.

  54. To execute research (in the field).

  55. To deploy in the field.

  56. ''to field a new land-mine detector''

  57. (alternative form of)

  58. fold, crease (gloss), plait, wrinkle

  59. a revolution, turn, roll

  60. turn, course (gloss)