suomi-englanti sanakirja

grandfather englannista suomeksi

  1. isoisä

  1. isoisä, see also: Thesaurus:isoisä

grandfather englanniksi

  1. A father of someone's parent. (defdate)

  2. (synonyms)


  3. (quote-book)|year=1662|page=117|pageurl=|oclc=15543598|passage=Grandfather, Father, and Son. The Father diſſeiſeth the Grandfather and dies, the Son endows the Mother, the Grandfather dies, the Son may enter upon the Mother; for he hath a new Right deſcended to him from the Grandfather, for the Grandfather might have entred upon the Mother, ſo ſhall his Heir.

  4. (RQ:Blackstone Commentaries)

  5. (quote-journal) By Stephan Pütter|Johann Stephan Pütter, Privy Counsellor of Justice, &c. Translated from the German, by Josiah Dornford, of Lincoln’s Inn, L.L.D. Vol. II.|magazine=The Literary Magazine and British Review|location=London|publisher=Printed for the proprietors and sold by Christopher Forster(nb...)|month=October|year=1790|volume=V|page=290|pageurl=;view=1up;seq=320|column=2|oclc=973701443|passage=One circumſtance (..) peculiar to the Germanic empire, is the diſtinction between its mediate and immediate members. In the ſame manner as two objects which we may ſuppose to have relation to each other, are immediately related, when there is no third object intervening, but otherwiſe only mediate. This may be illuſtrated by the example of the connexion between a grandfather and his children, who may be ſaid to be mediately related; while the relation between the parents and children, on the contrary, is immediate; (..)

  6. (quote-song)|year=1876|pages=34|pageurl=|oclc=18195848|passage=My grandfather’s clock was too large for the shelf.— / So it stood ninety years on the floor; / It was taller by half than the old man himself, / Though it weighed not a pennyweight more. / It was bought on the morn of the day that he was born, / And was always his treasure and pride; / But it stopp’d short—never to go again— / When the old man died.

  7. (quote-book)|title=From My Life: The Memoirs of Richard Willstätter: Translated from the German Edition|location=New York, N.Y.; Amsterdam|publisher=Cummings|W. A. Benjamin|date=25 March 1965|page=10|pageurl=|oclc=928960584|passage=Grandfather was friendly, formal, and strict with the children in his large family, and quite displeased with the lively goings-on of the grandchildren. (..) He only joked with me once, when I was four, and never again. Our festive Sunday dinner was crowned by a pudding. Perhaps I looked too greedy—Grandfather threatened to throw the pudding out of the window. It is reported that I answered, "Then I'll jump out of the window and gobble it up all by myself."

  8. (quote-book)|year=2016|section=part IV (Impact on Grandfathers)|page=233|pageurl=|doi=10.1057/978-1-137-56338-5|isbn=978-1-137-56337-8|passage=Both paternal and maternal grandfathers were highly involved in various facets of adolescents' lives, with maternal grandfathers providing more support in general(nb..). It was found that, on average, maternal grandfathers were more involved with adolescent grandchildren than paternal grandfathers. Adolescents also felt closer to maternal grandfathers compared to paternal grandfathers. This may be explained by the more regular contact and closer geographical distance between these grandfathers and adolescents.

  9. A male forefather.

  10. (quote-book), on a Message from the Governor of Pennsylvania, to the Indians of the Ohio, in the Latter Part of the Same Year.|title=Early History of Western Pennsylvania, and of the West,(nb...)|location=Pittsburgh, Pa.|publisher=Published by A. P. Ingram,(nb...); Harrisburg, Pa.: Published by W. O. Hickok|date=25 November 1758|year_published=1848|page=111|pageurl=|oclc=5691604|passage=Brethren: Here is the pipe which your grandfathers used to smoke with when they met together in councils of peace. And here is some of that good tobacco, prepared for our grandfathers from God:—When you shall taste of it, you shall feel it through all your body; and it will put you in remembrance of the good councils your grandfathers used to hold with the English, your brethren, and that ancient friendship they had together.

  11. The archived older version of a file that immediately preceded the father file.

  12. 1983, ''Computerworld'' (volume 17, number 50, page 22)

  13. File C is the grandfather because it was used to create file B.
  14. 2004, Ray Bradley, ''The Ultimate Computing Glossary for Advanced Level'' (page 31)

  15. Three generations of file are usually kept, being the grandfather, father and son files.
  16. 2007, O. Ray Whittington, ‎Patrick R. Delaney, ''Wiley CPA Exam Review 2008: Auditing and Attestation'' (page 556)

  17. The file from which the father was developed with the transaction files of the appropriate day is the grandfather.
  18. To be, or act as, a grandfather to.

  19. (senseid) To retain discontinued laws or rules for (a thing, person or organization previously affected by them). (defdate)

  20. (quote-journal)|location=Denver, Colo.|publisher=(w)|date=19 June 2009|year_published=6 May 2016 (update)|issn=1930-2193|oclc=137348020|passage=Had the original work been permitted, it would be grandfathered into any code changes each time they occurred, Arvada officials said. The latest came in 2006.

  21. (quote-web)|date=22 October 2013|passage=Old power plants are sometimes grandfathered from having to meet new clean air requirements.

  22. (quote-web)|date=22 October 2013|passage=In 1915, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in ''Guinn v. United States'' that grandfather clauses were unconstitutional. (..) The decision had almost no effect, however. The Oklahoma Legislature met in special session to grandfather in the grandfather clause. The new law said those who had been registered in 1914 – whites under the old system – were automatically registered to vote, while African-Americans could only register between April 30 and May 11, 1916, or forever be disenfranchised. That law stayed on the books until a Supreme Court ruling in 1939.

  23. (quote-book)|year=2014|section=section 2.5.1 (Silicone Breast Implants)|page=12|pageurl=|isbn=978-1-60406-703-3|passage=With the signing of the Medical Devices Amendment to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic in 1976, the FDA &91;(w)&93; gained regulatory authority over breast implants, but the existing Cronin-Gerow implants were grandfathered, making them exempt from the new legislation.

  24. (quote-journal)|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=The Washington Times, LLC|date=14 July 2014|issn=0732-8494|oclc=931943085|passage=The U.S. Army says a Kentucky National Guard soldier with aspirations of joining a U.S. Army special operations unit is grandfathered in under new regulations concerning soldiers with tattoos and asked a federal judge to dismiss his lawsuit. (..) The regulations went into effect in March and ban tattoos below the knee or elbow. Soldiers who already have the ink are grandfathered in. Under the new regulations, any soldier with tattoos is barred from seeking a promotion to warrant officer or commissioning as an officer.

  25. (quote-book)