happy

suomi-englanti sanakirja

happy englannista suomeksi

  1. mielihyvin, halukas, suostuvainen

  2. onnellinen, iloinen, tyytyväinen

  3. osuva

  4. onnekas

  1. onnellinen, iloinen, tyytyväinen

  2. hyvä, onnekas, onnellinen

  3. halukas, suostuvainen

  4. kätevä, aulis

  5. Substantiivi

  6. Verbi

happy englanniksi

  1. Having a feeling arising from a consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, such as comfort, peace, or tranquillity; blissful, contented, joyous.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)

  4. (RQ:King James Version)

  5. 1731, (w), ''Divine Benevolence: or, An Attempt to Prove that the Principal End of the Divine Providence and Government is the Happiness of His Creatures: Being an Answer to a Pamphlet, Entitled, Divine Rectitude; or, An Inquiry Concerning the Moral Perfections of the Deity. With a Refutation of the Notions therein Advanced Concerning Beauty and Order, the Reason of Punishment, and the Necessity of a State of Trial antecedent to Perfect Happiness'', London: Printed for John Noon, at the White-Hart in (w), near Mercers-Chapel, (w) 642498368; quoted in Andrew I. Dale, ''Most Honourable Remembrance: The Life and Work of Thomas Bayes'' (Studies and Sources in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences), New York, N.Y.: Science+Business Media|Springer, 2003, Standard Book Number|ISBN 978-0-387-00499-0, page 138:

  6. (..) For the most happy universe is not one that consists of the greatest possible number of the most happy beings only; but one that consists of that, and the greatest possible number of beings next inferior to the first rank, and so downward, till we come to those that approach the nearest to insensible matter.
  7. (RQ:Pope Essay on Man)

  8. (quote-book)|author2=William Bridgman, transl.|chapter=That the Happy Man has Need of Worthy Friends|title=The Paraphrase of an Anonymous Greek Writer, (hitherto Published Under the Name of Andronicus Rhodius) on the (w) of (w). Translated from the Greek, by William Bridgman, F.L.S.|location=London|publisher=Printed by Whittingham|Charles Whittingham, 103, Road|Goswell Street; and sold by Payne|Thomas Payne, Mall|Pall-Mall; J. White Street|Fleet-Street; Cuthell and Martin, Middle-Row, (w); and J. and A. Arch, London|Cornhill|year=1807|section=book IX|page=415|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=Jw_nAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA415|oclc=3057125|passage=Since the happy are sufficient to themselves they have no need of friends; and hence it is said, "When Fortune's goods abound, what boots a friend?" Thus then it appears that the happy do not require friends.

  9. (quote-book)|year=1901|page=49|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/imgsrv/download/pdf?id=inu.30000114218161;orient=0;size=100;seq=57;num=49;attachment=0|oclc=2885602|passage=A happy birthday to you, / A happy birthday to you, / A happy birthday, dear Roy, / A happy birthday to you.|footer=''Note'': This is the first occurrence in print of the lyrics of the song “(w)”.

  10. (quote-book)|year=1990|page=182|isbn=978-1-85000-730-2|passage=In different ways, therefore, for many pupils, whether they benefit greatly from the system, or just 'get by', or are 'bored stiff' by the lessons, or for the most part are completely rebellious, schooldays do often appear to be 'the happiest days'.

  11. (quote-song)

  12. (quote-book)|year=2014|page=49|isbn=978-1-4516-4922-2|passage=People who believe that a better life awaits us after this one would appear to have secured a happier ending, even before they come close to the end. There is little to be afraid of if you're armed with the promise of a wonderful future. Death is only a portal to greater joy.

  13. Experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; favored by fortune or luck; fortunate, lucky, propitious.

  14. (rfex)

  15. (quote-book) I think I may presume that what I have hitherto Diſcourſed will induce you to think, that Chymists have been much more happy in finding Experiments than the Cauſes of them; or in aſſigning the Principles by which they may beſt be explain'd.

  16. Content, willing, satisfied (with or to do something); having no objection (to something).

  17. (quote-journal)

  18. (quote-book)|year=2016|page=8|isbn=978-981-3109-28-5|passage=This wave of "financial innovation" led to rapid growth in subprime lending, which was enhanced on the demand side by the housing boom and general asset price bubble. While the party lasted everyone was happy. Mortgage lenders were happy to lend and keep subprime loans off their books via securitization. Issuers of ABSs were happy to get their commissions. Borrowers were happy to get loans without scrutiny. Investors were happy to acquire assets that were "risk-free" and offered a return of hundreds of basis points over that offered by US Treasuries.

  19. Appropriate, apt, felicitous.

  20. (quote-book), (w); for Hatchard|John Hatchard, (w)|year=1804|page=101|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=hMFeAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA101|oclc=65238401|passage=You would, even by this most favourable result, be at best only replaced in the situation, and restored to the happy opportunity which you at present possess: (..)

  21. (RQ:Austen Northanger Abbey)"

  22. (quote-book)|year=1990|page=138|isbn=978-0-86091-500-3|passage=When happy events coincide, that is a happy coincidence. But the coincidence of baneful events is a happy coincidence too.

  23. 1991, (w), ''Liar (novel)|The Liar'', p. 58:

  24. ‘I had the happy notion of adding an egg,’ Williams shouted back. ‘It poaches in the soup. Not unlike an Italian ''stracciatella''. Singularly toothsome...’
  25. Favoring or inclined to use.

  26. (quote-web)|date=21 August 2012|passage=“Baby, I was a loser / Several years on the dole / An Englishman with a very high voice / Doing rock ’n’ roll,” sings falsetto-happy frontman (w) at the start of “Every Inch Of You,” ''(w)''’ opener.

  27. Dexterous, ready, skilful.

  28. (quote-book)|chapter=Complete Collection of Genteel and Ingenious Conversation|A Complete Collection of Genteel and Ingenious Conversation, according to the Most Polite Mode and Method now Used at Court, and in the Best Companies of England. In Three Dialogues. By Simon Wagstaff, Esq.; an Introduction.|title=The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin|location=Edinburgh|publisher=Printed for A. Donaldson, at Pope's Head|year=1761|volume=VII|pages=245–246|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=TWA8AAAAcAAJ&pg=PA246|oclc=277328269|passage=I could not without much grief obſerve how frequently both gentlemen and ladies are at a loſs for queſtions, anſwers, replies, and rejoinders. However, my concern was much abated, when I found that theſe defects were not occaſioned by any want of materials, but becauſe thoſe materials were not in every hand. For inſtance, one lady can give an anſwer better than aſk a queſtion: one gentleman is happy at a reply; another excels in a rejoinder: one can revive a languiſhing converſation by a ſudden ſurpriſing ſentence; another is more dextrous in ſeconding; a third can fill the gap with laughing, or commending what has been ſaid. Thus freſh hints may be ſtarted, and the ball of the diſcourſe kept up.

  29. (n-g)

  30. ''Happy birthday!'', ''Happy Fourth of July!'', ''Happy anniversary!'', ''Happy job-hunting!''

  31. A happy event, thing, person, etc.

  32. ''Often followed by'' (l): to become happy; to up, to up.

  33. (quote-book) then asked my name. He checked it against his clipboard then sadly shook his head as if he'd been rejected himself. Told him I was looking for employment and he happied up again, able to help by directing me to apply at the front office, that the doors were on the Gower Street side.

  34. ''Often followed by'' (l): to make happy; to brighten, to cheer, to enliven.

  35. (quote-book) for the Writing & Society Research Group, (w)|year=2007|page=201|isbn=978-1-920882-27-3|passage=People really didn't want their Party Motivators in their photos, anonymous dancers, happying up the place. It spooked them.

  36. (quote-book)|date=26 October 2015|isbn=978-1-5043-4282-7|passage=(..) Glasser|William Glasser would probably say that happy people are "happying" themselves by choosing behaviors that help them to feel happy (working at their relationships, engaging in productive work activities, participating in desired recreational activities, etc.).

  37. glad; satisfied; momentarily happy

  38. fortunate, prosperous, lucky; blessed