suomi-englanti sanakirja

friend englannista suomeksi

  1. frendi, ystävä, kaveri

  2. suosija, tukija

  1. Substantiivi

  2. Verbi

  3. auttaa, avittaa

  4. lisätä kaveriksi">lisätä kaveriksi

friend englanniksi

  1. Friend

  1. A person, typically someone other than a family member, spouse or lover, whose company one enjoys and towards whom one feels affection.

  2. 1841, (w), "Friendship", ''(w)'', Vol. I:

  3. The only reward of virtue is virtue; the only way to have a friend is to be one.
  4. 1917, Richard M. Gummere translating (w) as ''(w)'', Loeb Classical Library, Vol. I, letters to Lucilius/Letter 3|No. 3:

  5. ...if you consider any man a friend whom you do not trust as you trust yourself, you are mightily mistaken and you do not sufficiently understand what true friendship means.
  6. 1923, William Armistead Falconer translating (w) as ''De Amicitia'', Loeb Classical Library, Vol. XX, p. 34:

  7. ...he who looks upon a true friend, looks, as it were, upon a sort of image of himself. Wherefore friends, though absent, are at hand; though in need, yet abound; though weak, are strong; and—harder saying still—though dead, are yet alive; so great is the esteem on the part of their friends, the tender recollection and the deep longing that still attends them.
  8. 1927 Mar. 31, (w), letter to (w):

  9. are my devoted friend too. You do more and work harder and oh shit I'd get maudlin about how damned swell you are. My god I'd like to see you... You're a hell of a good guy.
  10. 1933 Dec. 12, (w), "On Broadway", ''Scranton Republican'', p. 5:

  11. Definition of a friend: One who walks in—when the rest of the world walks out.


  12. An associate who provides assistance.

  13. A person with whom one is vaguely or indirectly acquainted.

  14. (quote-journal)

  15. A person who backs or supports something.

  16. An object or idea that can be used for good.

  17. (n-g)

  18. A function or class granted special access to the private and protected members of another class.

  19. (quote-book)

  20. A camming device.

  21. 1995, ''Rock Climbing Basics''

  22. Since they were introduced in the 1970s, friends have revolutionized climbing, making protection possible in previously impossible places (..)
  23. A lover; a boyfriend or girlfriend.

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost)

  25. 1813, Samuel Foote, ''The Commissary, Etc.'', page 17:

  26. Time has been, when a gentleman wanted a friend, I could supply him with choice in an hour; but the market is spoiled, and a body might as soon produce a hare or a partridge (..)
  27. 1975, (w), "In the Winter":

  28. I met your friend. She's very nice, what can I say?
  29. A relative, a relation by blood or marriage.

  30. ''Friends agree best at a distance.''

    ''Make friends of framet folk.''

  31. 1895, Crockett, ''Bog-Myrtle'', 232:

  32. He was not a drop's blood to me, though him and my wife were far-out friends.
  33. (ngd)

  34. (syn)

    ''Meanwhile on ''The View'', Whoopi Goldberg and friends continue to issue forced apologies for their assumptive comments regarding non-profit organisation Turning Point USA...''

  35. To act as a friend to, to befriend; to be friendly to, to help.

  36. 1596, Edmund Spenser, ''The Faerie Queene'', IV.ii:

  37. Lo sluggish Knight the victors happie pray: / So fortune friends the bold ....
  38. 1896, (w), ''(w)'', LXII:

  39. ’Tis true, the stuff I bring for saleIs not so brisk a brew as ale:Out of a stem that scored the handI wrung it in a weary land.But take it: if the smack is sour,The better for the embittered hour;It should do good to heart and headWhen your soul is in my soul’s stead;And I will friend you, if I may,In the dark and cloudy day.
  40. To add (a person) to a list of friends on a networking site; to officially designate (someone) as a friend.

  41. 2006, David Fono and Kate Raynes-Goldie, "Hyperfriendship and Beyond: Friends and Social Norms on LiveJournal" (PDF version), ''Internet Research Annual Volume 4'', Peter Lang, (ISBN), page 99,

  42. The difference between responses to the statement, "If someone friends me, I will friend them," and "If I friend someone, I expect them to friend me back," is telling.
  43. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Kevin Farnham|author2=Dale G. Farnham|title=Myspace Safety: 51 Tips for Teens And Parents|url=|page=69|publisher=How-To Primers|isbn=0977883353

  44. (l) (zh-mw)

  45. {{zh-x|我 個 fr{}i{}end{1} 話:「唔 會 衰 嘅,邊 有 咁 容易 吖,世界 咁 多 人 死 又 唔 見 你 去 死。」|My friend said, "It's not gonna go wrong. It's not that easy go wrong. There are so many people in the world, and I don't see you dying."|C|ref=2008, (lang) (Jessica Li), (lang) (''Theft and delinquency: juvenile crime prevention theories and practice''), page 180

  46. {{zh-x|我 個 fr{}i{}end{1} 叫 我 去 佢 屋企{kei5-2} 坐 吓{haa5},但 又 唔 話 我 知 佢 女友 喺度,搞到 我 變 咗 做 電燈膽。|When my friend invited me to hang out at his house but he didn't tell me that his girlfriend would be there too, he made me a third wheel.|C|ref=2016, (lang), (lang), page 101

  47. the likes of; something similar to (zh-mw)

  48. in a close or friendly relationship

  49. {{zh-x|實行{hang4} 用 㗎文{man4-2} 跟 佢 fr{}i{}end{1} 吓|Used a bit of Japanese to try and make friends with her|C|ref=1985, (lw), (l)

  50. (alt form)

  51. (inflection of)

  52. cam