suomi-englanti sanakirja

game englannista suomeksi

  1. rampa

  2. riista

  3. riistaliha

  4. leikki

  5. peli, kisa

  6. panna peliin

  7. ala

  8. sisukas

  9. juoni

  1. leikki

  2. peli

  3. peli, ottelu

  4. peli mainly with "peli on (~ illative)"

  5. kortti

  6. peli, videopeli

  7. ala

  8. sotaharjoitus

  9. riista

  10. taito, kyky

  11. taito

  12. pelata, pelailla

  13. huijata

  14. Substantiivi

game englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A playful or competitive activity.

  2. (senseid) A playful activity that may be unstructured; an amusement or pastime.

  3. (syn)



  4. An activity described by a set of rules, especially for the purpose of entertainment, often competitive or having an explicit goal.

  5. (quote-av) & al.|title=(w)|passage=''Joshua:'' Shall we play a game?''David:'' ... Love to. How about Global Thermonuclear War?''Joshua:'' Wouldn't you prefer a good game of chess?''David:'' Later. Let's play Global Thermonuclear War.''Joshua:'' Fine.

  6. A school subject during which sports are practised.

  7. (RQ:Fry Liar)

  8. (senseid) A particular instance of playing a game.

  9. (RQ:Ferguson Zollenstein)

  10. (senseid) That which is gained, such as the stake in a game.

  11. (senseid) The number of points necessary to win a game.

  12. See also: (l)

  13. (senseid) In some games, a point awarded to the player whose cards add up to the largest sum.

  14. (senseid) The equipment that enables such activity, particularly as packaged under a title.

  15. (senseid) One's manner, style, or performance in playing a game.

  16. (RQ:Salinger Catcher)

  17. (senseid) (ellipsis of)

  18. (quote-journal)

  19. (senseid) Lovemaking, flirtation.

  20. (senseid) Prostitution. (Now chiefly in (m).)

  21. (RQ:Shakespeare Troilus and Cressida)

  22. *1755, (w), translating Miguel de Cervantes, ''Don Quixote'', Volume 1, I.2:

  23. He put spurs to his horse, and just in the twilight reached the gate, where, at that time, there happened to be two ladies of the game (transterm), who being on their journey to Seville, with the carriers, had chanced to take up their night's lodging in this place.
  24. (senseid) A field of gainful activity, as an industry or profession.

  25. (senseid) Something that resembles a game with rules, despite not being designed.

  26. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 5)

  27. (quote-journal)|volume=189|issue=6|page=18|magazine=(w)|title=Where Dr Pangloss meets Machiavelli|titleurl=|passage=Hidden behind thickets of acronyms and gorse bushes of detail, a new great game is under way across the globe. Some call it geoeconomics, but it's geopolitics too.

  28. (senseid) An exercise simulating warfare, whether computerized or involving human participants.

  29. (senseid) animals hunted for food.

  30. {{quote-book

  31. (senseid) The ability to seduce someone, usually by strategy.

  32. (quote-song)|title=She's Strange|passage=She's strange, so strange, but I didn't complain / She said yes to me when I ran my game

  33. (senseid) Mastery; the ability to excel at something.

  34. (quote-song)|year=1998|passage=What is game? Who got game? / Where's the game in life, behind the game behind the game / I got game, she's got game / We got game, they got game, he got game

  35. (quote-book)

  36. (senseid) A questionable or unethical practice in pursuit of a goal.

  37. (quote-book)|passage=Your murderous game is nearly up.

  38. (quote-book)|page=182|passage=It was obviously Lord Macaulay's game to blacken the greatest literary champion of the cause he had set himself to attack.

  39. Willing to participate.

  40. (RQ:Melville Moby-Dick) But what’s this long face about, Mr. Starbuck; wilt thou not chase the white whale? art not game for Moby Dick?”

  41. (quote-journal) (London)|date=23 February 2016|passage=Some of Grimsby’s other (extraordinarily up-to-date) targets include Donald Trump and Daniel Radcliffe, whose fates here are too breath-catchingly cruel to spoil, and also the admirably game Strong, whose character is beset by a constant stream of humiliations that hit with the force of a jet of…well, you’ll see.

  42. That shows a tendency to continue to fight against another animal, despite being wounded, often severely.

  43. Persistent, especially in senses similar to the above.

  44. To gamble.

  45. (quote)
  46. To play games, games{{, or games.

  47. (quote-web)

  48. To exploit loopholes in a system or bureaucracy in a way which defeats or nullifies the spirit of the rules in effect, usually to obtain a result which otherwise would be unobtainable.

  49. (quote-web)

  50. To perform premeditated seduction strategy.

  51. (quote-web) yet we somehow couldn’t.”

  52. Injured, lame (of a limb).

  53. around 1900, O. Henry, ''on Dress Parade|Lost on Dress Parade''

  54. You come with me and we'll have a cozy dinner and a pleasant talk together, and by that time your game ankle will carry you home very nicely, I am sure."
  55. (l) (q) (zh-mw)

  56. A game, an electronic (l).

  57. (nl-verb form of)

  58. Entertainment or an instance of it; that which is enjoyable:

  59. A sport or other outdoor or physical activity.

  60. A (l); a codified (and often competitive) form of entertainment.

  61. Sexual or romantic entertainment or activity (gloss).

  62. An amusing, joking, or humorous activity or event.

  63. Any kind of event or occurrence; something that happens:

  64. An endeavour; a set of actions towards a goal.

  65. Any kind of activity having competition or rivalry.

  66. The state of being happy or joyful.

  67. (l); wild animals hunted for food.

  68. One's quarry; that which one is trying to catch.

  69. Gamesmanship; gaming behaviour.

  70. The reward for winning a game.

  71. (alt form)

  72. game (gloss)

  73. (pt-verb form of)

  74. game

  75. (l)