suomi-englanti sanakirja

foul englannista suomeksi

  1. saastuttaa

  2. sääntöjenvastainen, sääntöjen vastainen

  3. vastenmielinen

  4. löyhkäävä

  5. virhe, rikkominen, rike

  6. saastainen, likainen

  7. lyödä laiton lyönti, lyödä ulos

  8. ruma, siivoton

  9. likaantua, sotkeutua, saastua

  10. tukkeuttaa

  11. virheitä sisältävä

  12. liata

  13. sotkeutunut, sotkuinen, epäselvä

  14. laiton lyönti

  15. tehdä virhe, rikkoa

  1. likainen, saastainen, epäpuhdas

  2. siivoton, ruma, törkyinen, törkeä

  3. häpeällinen, häijy

  4. inhottava, iljettävä, vastenmielinen

  5. kurja, surkea

  6. kurja

  7. sääntöjen vastainen">sääntöjen vastainen, väärä

  8. juuttunut

  9. laiton

  10. liata, tahrata

  11. tahrata

  12. tukkia

  13. rikkoa sääntöjä">rikkoa sääntöjä

  14. lyödä ulos">lyödä ulos, lyödä väärä">lyödä väärä

  15. tukkeutua

  16. sotkeutua

  17. rike, rikkominen

  18. Verbi

foul englanniksi

  1. Covered with, or containing unclean matter; dirty.

  2. (quote-journal)| title=Unspontaneous combustion| passage=Since the mid-1980s, when Indonesia first began to clear its bountiful forests on an industrial scale in favour of lucrative palm-oil plantations, “haze” has become an almost annual occurrence in South-East Asia. The cheapest way to clear logged woodland is to burn it, producing an acrid cloud of foul white smoke that, carried by the wind, can cover hundreds, or even thousands, of square miles.

  3. (ux)

  4. obscene, vulgar or abusive.

  5. Detestable, unpleasant, loathsome.

  6. c. 1610-11, (w), ''(w)'', Act II scene ii

  7. (..)Hast thou forgot / The foul witch Sycorax, who with age and envy / Was grown into a hoop? Hast thou forgot her?
  8. (RQ:Milton PL)

  9. Disgusting, repulsive; causing disgust.

  10. Ugly; homely; poor.

  11. *(RQ:Shakespeare Troilus)

  12. (i) Unpleasant, stormy or rainy.

  13. *(RQ:Shakespeare King John)

  14. Dishonest or not conforming to the established rules and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc.

  15. Entangled and therefore restricting free movement, not clear.

  16. Outside of the base lines; in territory.

  17. To make dirty.

  18. ''to foul the face or hands with mire''

    ''She's fouled her diaper.''

  19. To besmirch.

  20. ''He's fouled his reputation.''

  21. To clog or obstruct.

  22. (quote-journal)

  23. To entangle.

  24. 1941, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter 18,

  25. The Indian's heart was sore for his boat; it looked as if nothing could save her. She was drifting more slowly now, her propeller fouled in kelp.

    ''The kelp has fouled the prop.''

  26. To make contact with an opposing player in order to gain advantage.

  27. ''Smith fouled him hard.''

  28. To hit outside of the baselines.

  29. ''Jones fouled the ball off the facing of the upper deck.''

  30. To become clogged.

  31. ''The drain fouled.''

  32. To become entangled.

  33. ''The prop fouled on the kelp.''

  34. To commit a foul.

  35. ''Smith fouled within the first minute of the quarter.''

  36. To hit a ball outside of the baselines.

  37. ''Jones fouled for strike one.''

  38. A breach of the rules of a game, especially one involving inappropriate contact with an opposing player in order to gain an advantage; for example, up|tripping someone up in soccer, or contact of any kind in basketball.

  39. A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and the lane before the bowler has released the ball.

  40. A ball, a ball which has been hit outside of the base lines.

  41. ''Jones hit a foul up over the screen.''

  42. (verb form of)

  43. (verb form of)

  44. (alt form)

  45. (alternative form of)