suomi-englanti sanakirja

flop englannista suomeksi

  1. mätkähdys

  2. floppi

  3. epäonnistua täydellisesti

  4. suoraan

  5. läiskähtäen

  6. mätkähtää

  7. liukulukulaskenta

  8. epäonnistuja

  9. lysähtää

  1. romahtaa, läsähtää, lysähtää, lyyhistyä

  2. flopata

  3. floppi, lässähdys, o, epäonnistuminen

  4. läjä

  5. floppi

  6. Substantiivi

  7. Verbi

flop englanniksi

  1. To fall heavily due to lack of energy.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Dickens Pictures from Italy)

  4. To cause to drop heavily.

  5. To fail completely; not to be successful at all (of a movie, play, book, song etc.).

  6. To pretend to be fouled in sports, such as basketball, hockey (the same as to dive in soccer)

  7. To strike about with something broad and flat, as a fish with its tail, or a bird with its wings; to rise and fall; to flap.

  8. To have (a hand) using the cards dealt on the flop.

  9. To stay, sleep or live in a place.

  10. 1969, Howard E. Freeman, Norman R. Kurtz, ''America's Troubles: A Casebook on Social Conflict'', Prentice-Hall, Page 414,

  11. (..) not just the old material goal of "three hots and a place to flop," (..)
  12. 1973, Alan Watts, ''Cloud-Hidden, Whereabouts Unknown: A Mountain Journal'', Pantheon Books, page 135,

  13. They have opened up crypts and basements as immense pads where vagrant and impoverished hippies can flop for the night.
  14. To flip; to reverse (an image).

  15. 1968, ''Advertising Techniques'' (volumes 4-5, page 28)

  16. The possibilities of this type of shot are almost limitless. By quartering the screen and duplicating and flopping the picture, a kaleidoscopic effect is achieved.
  17. 1986, ''Functional Photography'' (volumes 21-23, page 58)

  18. (..) in order to flop the image left-to-right, or all printing will appear reversed.
  19. An incident of a certain type of fall; a plopping down.

  20. A complete failure, especially in the entertainment industry.

  21. (syn)

  22. (quote-song)|title=I Want to Boogie With You|year=1979|album=The Bells|passage=Well I know your little baby sister / She thinks that I'm a flop / But I guess that you know that it's true / I spent more time at the bottom than the top

  23. The first three cards turned face-up by the dealer in a card poker|community card poker game.

  24. 1996: John Patrick, ''John Patrick's Casino Poker: Professional Gambler's Guide to Winning''

  25. The flop didn't help you but probably did help the other hands.
  26. 2003: Lou Krieger, ''Internet Poker: How to Play and Beat Online Poker Games''

  27. Here are six tips to help you play successfully on the flop (the first three communal cards).
  28. 2005: Henry Stephenson, ''Real Poker Night: Taking Your Home Game to a New Level''

  29. The strength of your hand now has nothing to do with how strong it may have been before the flop.
  30. A ponded package of dung, as in a cow-flop.

  31. 1960, Winston Graham, ''Ross Poldark: A Novel of Cornwall, 1783-1787'', Bodley Head, Page 302,

  32. "Maybe as you think," he said, "because as I've the misfortune of an accidental slip on a cow-flop therefore I has the inability of an unborn babe, ...
  33. 2000, Dean King, ''A Sea of Words: A Lexicon and Companion for Patrick O'Brian's Seafaring Tales'', Henry Holt & Co., Page 162,

  34. ... cowpat or cow-flop, Cow dung, often used dry as heating fuel.
  35. 2003, John W. Billheimer, ''Drybone Hollow'', St. Martin's Press, Page 215,

  36. "Cow flop in a neat package is still cow flop. What did Cable stand to gain from the flood?"
  37. 2018 Brent Butt as Brent Herbert Leroy, "Sasquatch Your Language", ''Corner Gas Animated''

  38. Wherever legitimate tracks are found there's always some fresh scat, y'know, poo, flop, dumplings.
  39. A flophouse.

  40. 2013, Gardner Dozois, Jack Dann, ''Dangerous Games''

  41. He was kind of worn but the tooth said he'd never lost a fight or slept in a flop.
  42. Right, squarely, flat-out.

  43. ''She fell flop on the floor.''

  44. With a flopping sound.

  45. One operation per second, a of measure of processor speed.

  46. 1992 March 2, Richard Preston, ''New Yorker|The New Yorker'', "The Mountains of Pi":

  47. The gigaflop supercomputers of today are almost useless. What is needed is a teraflop machine. That’s a machine that can run at a trillion flops, a trillion operations per second, or roughly a thousand times as fast as Cray Y-MP8.
  48. (abbreviation of).

  49. 1993 August 17, ''New York Times'', C8:

  50. The Correlator can perform 750 billion ‘flops’, or simple calculations, per second.
  51. A failure, something that went wrong

  52. short for (l)

  53. (nl-verb form of)

  54. (l) (gloss)

  55. (l): to strike about with something broad and flat, to rise and fall, to flap.

  56. failure, something that went wrong