suomi-englanti sanakirja

finger englannista suomeksi

  1. sormi

  2. hakea finger-komennolla

  3. sormeilla, hivellä

  4. merkitä sormitus, sormittaa

  5. sormenleveys

  1. Substantiivi

  2. Verbi

  3. osoittaa, näyttää

  4. sormeilla, näpelöidä, hivellä

  5. sormettaa

  6. sormittaa

finger englanniksi

  1. A slender jointed extremity of the human hand, exclusive of the thumb.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=James Hodges; B. Collins|year=1750|page=157|pageurl=|oclc=837728611|passage=Making a Cut here big enough to put her Finger in, which ſhe thruſts under the Guts, and with it rakes or tears out the Stone that lies neareſt to it.

  4. 1916, ''The Finger Talk of Chicago's Wheat-Pit'', ''Science Monthly|Popular Science Monthly'', Science Monthly/Volume 89|Vol. 89, Science Monthly Volume 89.djvu/95|p. 81:

  5. Each finger extended represents one-eighth of a cent. Thus when all four fingers and the thumb are extended, all being spread out from one another, it means five-eighths.
  6. (quote-journal)| title=Don’t cramp my style| passage=In 1993 Candia noticed that the fingers of his left hand were starting to curl up as he played his guitar. It felt to him as if a magnet in his palm were preventing him from opening them. A week later, he could not play at all.

  7. Similar or similar-looking extremities in other animals, ''particularly'':

  8. 1915, (w), ''How and Why Library|The How and Why Library'', ''How and Why Library/Life|Life'', How and Why Library/Life/Animals-Section VIII|Section VIII,

  9. The starfish eats with five fingers.
  10. The lower, smaller segment of an arthropod claw.

  11. One of the supporting structures of wings in birds, bats, etc. evolved from earlier toes or fingers.

  12. One of the slender bony structures before the pectoral fins of gurnards and robins (Triglidae).

  13. Something similar in shape to the human finger, ''particularly:''

  14. 1814, (w), ''The Excursion'', p. 250:

  15. ...spires whose ‘silent finger points to Heaven’...
  16. Finger-shaped pieces of food.

  17. 2014, Laurie David, ''The Family Cooks''

  18. By now, we hope you have said “no” to processed nuggets and finger|fingers. Instead, how about taking some real chicken, tossing it with real eggs, a little tangy mustard, and a crunchy quinoa coating?
  19. A tube extending from a sealed system, or sometimes into one in the case of a finger.

  20. 1996, Susan Trumbore, ''Mass Spectrometry of Soils'', p. 318:

  21. An oven is placed over the finger with Co catalyst (oven temperature will depend on whether a quartz or Pyrex finger is used, see Ref. 24), and a cold finger (usually a copper rod immersed in dry ice–isopropanol slurry) is placed on the other tube.
  22. (syn of) (''purpurea|D. purpurea'').

  23. Something similarly extending, from a larger body, ''particularly:''

  24. ''a finger of land; a finger of smoke''

  25. Various protruding plant structures, as a banana from its hand.

  26. A lobe of the liver.

  27. The teeth parallel to the blade of a scythe, fitted to a wooden frame called a crade.

  28. The projections of a reaper or mower which similarly separate the stalks for cutting.

  29. (clipping of): a shorter, narrower pier projecting from a larger dock.

  30. (syn of): the narrow elevated walkway connecting a plane to an airport.

  31. A leaf in a tree structure.

  32. Something similar in function or agency to the human finger, regard to touching, grasping, or pointing.

  33. 1611, Bible (KJV), Exodus 8:19:

  34. The Magicians said vnto Pharaoh; This is the finger of God.
  35. (syn of), the part of a clock pointing to the hour, minute, or second.

  36. A policeman or prison guard.

  37. An informer to the police, one who identifies a criminal during a lineup.

  38. A criminal who scouts for prospective victims and targets or who performs reconnaissance before a crime.

  39. That which points; an indicator, as of guilt, blame, or suspicion.

  40. ''The finger of suspicion pointed clearly at the hotel manager.''

  41. Various units of measure based or notionally based on the adult human finger, ''particularly''

  42. (syn of): former units of measure notionally based on its width but variously standardized, the English digit of (frac)(nbs)foot (about 1.9(nbs)cm).

  43. (RQ:Wilkins Mathematical Magic)

  44. a piece of steel three fingers thick
  45. A unit of length notionally based on the length of an adult human's finger, standardized as 4½(nbs)inches (11.43(nbs)cm).

  46. (syn of): (frac) the observed diameter of the sun or moon, regard to eclipses.

  47. An informal measure of alcohol based on its height in a given glass compared to the width of the pourer's fingers while holding it.

  48. ''Gimme three fingers of bourbon.''

  49. A part of a glove intended to cover a finger.

  50. Skill in the use of the fingers, in playing upon a instrument.

  51. 1786, (w), ''Musical Dictionary''

  52. A performer capable of doing justice to rapid or expressive passages, is said to have a good finger
  53. Someone skilled in the use of their fingers, a pickpocket.

  54. A person.

  55. An obscene or insulting gesture made by raising one's middle finger towards someone with the palm of one's hand facing inwards.

  56. Any of the individual receivers used in a receiver to decode signal components.

  57. The act of fingering, inserting a finger into someone's vagina or rectum for sexual pleasure.

  58. To identify or point out. Also ''put the finger on''. To report to or identify for the authorities, on, out, on, on, in.

  59. (quote-journal)

  60. To poke, probe, feel, or fondle with a finger or fingers.

  61. {{quote-book

  62. (quote-book)

  63. To use the fingers to penetrate and sexually stimulate one's own or another person's vagina or anus; to fingerbang.

  64. 2008, Thomas Wainwright (editor), ''Erotic Tales'', page 56:

  65. She smiled, a look of amazement on her face, as if thinking that maybe this was the cock that she had been fantasizing about just now, as she fingered herself to a massive, body-engulfing orgasm.
  66. To use specified finger positions in producing notes on a instrument.

  67. To provide instructions in written music as to which fingers are to be used to produce particular notes or passages.

  68. To query (a user's status) using the (w).

  69. 1996, "Yves Bellefeuille", ''List of useful freeware'', (monospace), ''Usenet'':

  70. PGP mail welcome (finger me for my key).
  71. To steal; to purloin.

  72. To execute, as any delicate work.

  73. finger

  74. (imperative of)

  75. (alternative form of)

  76. a (l)

  77. (l)

  78. finger

  79. bridge

  80. finger

  81. a finger (the body part)

  82. (topics) finger