ghost

suomi-englanti sanakirja

ghost englannista suomeksi

  1. olla haamukirjoittajana

  2. aave

  3. haamukirjoittaja

  4. liikkua aaveen lailla

  5. näyttäytyä kummituksena

  6. haamu

  7. sävy, vivahde

  1. Substantiivi

  2. aave, kummitus, haamu, henki, sielu

  3. kangastus, haamu

  4. haamukuva

  5. Verbi

ghost englanniksi

  1. The spirit; the human soul.

  2. (syn)

  3. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  4. (quote-text)

  5. The disembodied soul; the soul or spirit of a deceased person; a spirit appearing after death.

  6. (ux)

  7. (RQ:Dryden Annus Mirabilis)

  8. (quote-book)

  9. (RQ:Haggard She)

  10. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae)

  11. Any faint shadowy semblance; an unsubstantial image.

  12. (syn).

  13. (RQ:Poe Raven)

  14. (quote-journal)| passage=Earless ghost swift moths become “invisible” to echolocating bats by forming mating clusters close (less than half a meter) above vegetation and effectively blending into the clutter of echoes that the bat receives from the leaves and stems around them.

  15. (quote-journal) She barely answers his questions. She’s a ghost of herself. And then Hot Pie gives us the key to Arya’s whole thing this season so far: She didn’t know that Jon had defeated the Boltons.

  16. A false image formed in a telescope, camera, or other optical device by reflection from the surfaces of one or more lenses.

  17. An unwanted image similar to and overlapping or adjacent to the main one on a television screen, caused by the transmitted image being received both directly and via reflection.

  18. 2007, Albert Abramson, ''The History of Television, 1942 to 2000'' (page 60)

  19. There was less flicker, jitter was nonexistent, and the screen pattern had been rendered far more viewworthy, with ghosts being virtually suppressed.
  20. A ghostwriter.

  21. A nonexistent person invented to obtain some fraudulent benefit.

  22. 2004, Joint Learning Initiative, ‎Global Equity Initiative, ''Human Resources for Health: Overcoming the Crisis'' (page 76)

  23. Some health systems are plagued by "ghost" and "absent" workers. Ghost workers are nonexistent, listed in the payroll, and paid, a clear sign of corruption.
  24. 2008, ''The Asia-Pacific Human Development Report'' (page 63)

  25. 1,500 secondary schools in Jiangxi found 125 cases of illegally collected Ghosts and Absentees fees worth $2 million.
  26. A dead person whose identity is stolen by another. See (m).

  27. An unresponsive user on IRC, resulting from the user's client disconnecting without notifying the server.

  28. 2004, Paul Mutton, ''IRC Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools'' (page 31)

  29. This will let you open a query with NickServ again so you can remove your “ghost” from the server: (..)
  30. An image of a file or disk.

  31. An understudy.

  32. A covert (and deniable) agent.

  33. The faint image that remains after an attempt to remove graffiti.

  34. An opponent in a racing game that follows a previously recorded route, allowing players to compete against previous best times.

  35. Someone whose identity cannot be established because there are no records of him/her.

  36. An unphysical state in a theory.

  37. 1966, ‎Kàzmèr L. Nagy, ''State Vector Spaces with Indefinite Metric in Quantum Field Theory'' (page 14)

  38. The proof is well known, and independent of the metric, but to make certain we prove it here also for the case when the state vector system of an operator contains multipole(si) ghosts.
  39. 2019, Radin Dardashti, ‎Richard Dawid, ‎Karim Thébault, ''Why Trust a Theory?'' (page 180)

  40. Soon after, the proof of the theorem|No-Ghost Theorem, establishing that the DRM has no ghosts if ''d'' ≤ 26, was achieved independently by Brower (1972) and by Goddard and Thorn (1972).
  41. A formerly nonexistent character that was at some point mistakenly encoded into a set standard, which might have since become used opportunistically for some genuine purpose.

  42. (ux) is a ghost character from the Japanese JIS X 0208 character set.

  43. (clipping of)

  44. {{quote-book|en|date=2018-10-02|author=Julie Thompson-Adolf|title=Starting & Saving Seeds: Grow the Perfect Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs, and Flowers for Your Garden|publisher=Cool Springs Press|isbn=9780760360804|page=68

  45. {{quote-book|en|date=2022-07-05|author=Alice Zaslavsky|title=In Praise of Veg: The Ultimate Cookbook for Vegetable Lovers|publisher=Appetite by Random House|isbn=9780525612131

  46. A game in which players take turns to add a letter to a possible word, trying not to complete a word.

  47. White or (l).

  48. Transparent or (l).

  49. Abandoned.

  50. Remnant; the (l) of a(n).

  51. Perceived or listed but not (l).

  52. Of cryptid, supernatural or extraterrestrial nature.

  53. Substitute.

  54. To haunt; to appear to in the form of an apparition.

  55. (RQ:Shakespeare Antony and Cleopatra)

  56. To die; to expire.

  57. To imbue with a ghost-like hue or effect.

  58. To ghostwrite.

  59. (RQ:Bellow Humboldt's Gift)

  60. (quote-web)

  61. To sail seemingly without wind.

  62. {{quote-book|en|title=Unseen City|author=Nathanael Johnson|year=2016|ISBN=9781623363857|page=192

  63. To copy a file or drive image.

  64. To out (a visual item) to indicate that it is unavailable.

  65. 1991, ''Amiga User Interface Style Guide'' (page 76)

  66. Whenever a menu or menu item is inappropriate or unavailable for selection, it should be ghosted. Never allow the user to select something that does nothing in response.
  67. To forcibly disconnect an IRC user who is using one's reserved nickname.

  68. 2001, "Luke", ''to leave (vb.): Hurg OT'' (on newsgroup ''alt.games.lucas-arts.monkey-island'')

  69. I'm so untechnical that I once ghosted a registered IRC nick and then tried to identify myself to NickServ with the valid password before actually changing my nick to the aforementioned moniker.
  70. To appear or move without warning, quickly and quietly; to slip.

  71. (quote-journal)

  72. To transfer (a prisoner) to another prison without the prior knowledge of other inmates.

  73. 2020, Jamie Bennett, ‎Victoria Knight, ''Prisoners on Prison Films'' (page 26)

  74. His power base, however, is undermined by him being constantly, “ghosted”, or moved from prison to prison.
  75. To kill.

  76. (quote-av)):”Tried to ‘ghost’ her?” RONALD:”Merk. 86. Put her down in the dirt. You feel me?”

  77. To perform an act of (l): to up with someone without warning or explanation; to ignore someone, especially on media.

  78. {{quote-journal|en|date=2017-09-26|author=Judith Duportail| title=I asked Tinder for my data. It sent me 800 pages of my deepest, darkest secrets| work=The Guardian

  79. To provide the speaking or singing voice for another actor, who is lip-syncing.

  80. 1955, ''Saturday Review'' (volume 38, part 2, page 27)

  81. Here's how it went: Larry Parks as elderly Al Jolson was watching Larry Parks playing young Al Jolson in the ''first'' movie — in other words, Parks ghosting for Parks. At the same time, Jolson himself was ghosting the voices for both of them.
  82. 1999, ''The Golden Age of Musicals'' (page 50)

  83. One of the few performers to triumph over ghosting was Ava Gardner in Freed's ''Show Boat'' (1951). Not only does she lip-synch with breathtaking accuracy, her performance gives the cotton-candy production its only underpinning of realism.