hard

suomi-englanti sanakirja

hard englannista suomeksi

  1. kova

  2. vaikeasti

  3. soinniton

  4. kovaa, voimakkaasti

  5. voimakas

  6. äärimmilleen, aivan

  7. raskaasti

  8. hankala

  9. ankarasti, kovasti, kovapintaisesti

  10. kovaksi

  11. lujaa

  12. paljon

  13. väkevä

  1. kova

  2. vaikea, kova

  3. rankka, kova

  4. ankara

  5. vahva

  6. vahva, tiukka, väkevä

  7. kovasti, kovaa, tiukasti

  8. Substantiivi

hard englanniksi

  1. Having a severe property; presenting difficulty.

  2. Resistant to pressure.

  3. (ux)

  4. Strong.

  5. Containing alcohol.

  6. High in dissolved chemical salts, especially those of calcium.

  7. Having the capability of being a permanent magnet by being a material with high magnetic coercivity (compare soft).

  8. Having a high energy (high frequency; short wavelength).

  9. Made up of parallel rays, producing clearly defined shadows.

  10. Difficult or requiring a lot of effort to do, understand, experience, or deal with.

  11. 1988, ''An Oracle'', (w)

  12. Ray found it hard to imagine having accumulated so many mannerisms before the dawn of sex, of the sexual need to please, of the staginess sex encourages or the tightly capped wells of poisoned sexual desire the disappointed must stand guard over.
  13. (quote-journal)| title=Mexico gets a taste for eating insects …| passage=The San Juan market is Mexico City's most famous deli of exotic meats, where an adventurous shopper can hunt down hard-to-find critters such as ostrich, wild boar and crocodile.

  14. Demanding a lot of effort to endure.

  15. (senseid) Severe, harsh, unfriendly, brutal.

  16. 1730, (w), ''(w)'', Act 4, Scene 7:

  17. Leave off fornicating; leave the girls to the boys, and stand to thy bottle; it is a virtue becoming our years; and don’t be too hard on a wild honest young rake.
  18. Difficult to resist or control; powerful.

  19. (RQ:L'Estrange Fables of Aesop)

  20. (RQ:Addison Freeholder)

  21. Hardened; having unusually strong defences.

  22. Tough and muscular.

  23. Unquestionable, unequivocal.

  24. {{quote-book|en|title=The History of the Trial of Warren Hastings|year=1796

  25. {{quote-book|en|title=The Selling Power of a Woman|year=1962

  26. {{quote-journal|en|date=December 19, 2011|author=Kerry Brown|work=The Guardian

  27. Having a comparatively larger or a ninety-degree angle.

  28. Sexually aroused; having an erect penis.

  29. Having muscles that are tightened as a result of intense, regular exercise.

  30. Plosive.

  31. Unvoiced.

  32. Velarized or plain, rather than palatalized.

  33. (ux) in Russian is always hard.

  34. Having a severe property; presenting a barrier to enjoyment.

  35. Rigid in the drawing or distribution of the figures; formal; lacking grace of composition.

  36. Having disagreeable and abrupt contrasts in colour or shading.

  37. In a physical form, not digital.

  38. Using a manual or physical process, not by means of a software command.

  39. Far, extreme.

  40. Of silk: not having had the natural gum boiled off.

  41. Of a market: having more demand than supply; being a seller's market.

  42. (antonyms)

  43. 2009, J. David Cummins, ‎Olivier Mahul, ''Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries'' (page 7)

  44. Undercapitalized insurers cannot retain more catastrophe risks when the market is hard (..)
  45. With much force or effort.

  46. (RQ:Dryden Fables)

  47. prayed so hard for mercy from the prince
  48. (RQ:Shakespeare Tempest)My father / Is hard at study. Pray now, rest yourself;

  49. (quote-book)|year=1985|passage=What, then, of the voluntarist's sense that one often has to think long and hard before making agonizing choices?

  50. With difficulty.

  51. So as to raise difficulties.

  52. (RQ:Browne Pseudodoxia Epidemica)

  53. Compactly.

  54. Near, close.

  55. (RQ:Marlowe Tamburlaine)

  56. (RQ:KJV)

  57. (..)whose house joined hard to the synagogue.
  58. 1999, (w), ''A Clash of Kings'', Bantam 2011, page 418:

  59. It was another long day's march before they glimpsed the towers of Harrenhal in the distance, hard beside the blue waters of the lake.
  60. A firm or paved beach or slope convenient for hauling vessels out of the water.

  61. 1952, Edward John Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu Baron Montagu, ''Beaulieu, the Abbey, Palace House, and Buckler's Hard'' (page 36)

  62. The Monastery's ironworks at Sowley were renowned for centuries but declined with the passing of the 'wooden walls' at Buckler's Hard — a great number of these ships having been built with timber from the Beaulieu Woods (..)
  63. A tyre whose compound is softer than superhards, and harder than mediums.

  64. cocaine|Crack cocaine.

  65. labor|Hard labor.

  66. ''The prisoners were sentenced to three years' hard.''

  67. hard, strong

  68. (ant)

  69. strong, not easily devalued

  70. unquestionable, uncontestable

  71. (usex)

  72. heartless, unsympathetic (of a person)

  73. hard, difficult

  74. harsh, heavy

  75. hard, rich in calcium (of water)

  76. loud (of sound)

  77. (syn)

  78. fast

  79. fast, swiftly

  80. very

  81. loudly

  82. (nl-verb form of)

  83. hardcore

  84. hardcore pornography

  85. rock

  86. 2004, Thomas Mansier, ''Identité du rock et presse spécialisée. Évolution d'une culture et de son discours critique dans les magazines français des années 90'', page 98.

  87. (quote)
  88. 2014, Christian Eudeline, "Uriah Heep. Look At Yourself", in ''Du hard rock au métal. Les 100 albums cultes'', Gründ (publ.).

  89. (quote) enregistre là son meilleur disque, pourtant, leurs paroles pseudo-lyriques et leurs envolées déplaisaient.|At the crossroads of hard rock and prog rock, Uriah Heep (..) records its best disc there; however, their pseudo-lyrical texts and their take-offs were disliked.
  90. (h-prothesis of)

  91. (l)

  92. (l) (''not soft'')

  93. (l), stern, severe

  94. hardy

  95. hard, heavy, hardcore

  96. (quote-book)