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head englannista suomeksi

  1. johtaa, ohjata

  2. lukukirjoituspää

  3. mennä, suunnata, olla menossa

  4. huumeidenkäyttäjä

  5. suihinotto

  6. saada alkunsa

  7. poistaa pää

  8. kruuna

  9. etujoukko

  10. lähde

  11. eteenpäin meneminen

  12. perusosa, pääsana

  13. kasvaa pää

  14. kallioinen niemi

  15. pää

  16. päänmitta

  17. rubriikki

  18. kärki

  19. asia

  20. yläpää, yläosa

  21. nenä, henki

  22. pintavaahto, vaahto

  23. ydin

  24. käymälä

  25. olla kärjessä

  26. pesäke

  27. kalvo

  28. kanta

  29. rehtori

  30. kukinto

  31. päällikkö

  32. luustolihas

  33. nesteen paine

  34. mieli

  35. etuala

  36. hankala tilanne

  1. pää-">pää-

  2. johtaa, komentaa military

  3. pukata

  4. suunnata, suunnistaa, lähteä johonkin">lähteä johonkin, kulkea kohti">kulkea kohti, matkata kohti">matkata kohti

  5. poistaa pää">poistaa pää

  6. saada alkunsa

  7. muodostaa kaalinpää">muodostaa kaalinpää

  8. tehdä pää">tehdä pää

  9. katkaista

  10. pysäyttää

  11. nostaa pystyyn">nostaa pystyyn

  12. pää-

  13. etu-

  14. vasta-

head englanniksi

  1. The part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth{{, and main sense organs.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)|chapter=8

  4. To do with heads.

  5. Mental or emotional aptitude or skill.

  6. Mind; one's own thoughts.

  7. {{quote-book|en|year=1935|author=George Goodchild|authorlink=George Goodchild

  8. A headache; especially one resulting from intoxication.

  9. (RQ:Kipling Plain Tales)

  10. (quote-book)

  11. A headdress; a covering for the head.

  12. An individual person.

  13. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jones) but here we are obliged to diſcloſe ſome Maxims, which Publicans hold to be the grand Myſteries of their Trade. (..) And, laſtly, if any of their Gueſts call but for little, to make them pay a double Price for every Thing they have&8239;; ſo that the Amount by the Head may be much the ſame.

  14. (senseid) A single animal.

  15. The population of game.

  16. The antlers of a deer.

  17. The topmost, foremost, or leading part.

  18. (quote-book)|chapter=10

  19. The end of a table.

  20. The end of a rectangular table furthest from the entrance; traditionally considered a seat of honor.

  21. The end of a pool table opposite the end where the balls have been racked.

  22. The principal operative part of a machine or tool.

  23. The end of a hammer, axe, club{{, or similar implement used for striking other objects.

  24. The end of a nail, screw, bolt{{, or similar fastener which is opposite the point; usually blunt and relatively wide.

  25. The sharp end of an arrow, spear{{, or pointer.

  26. The top part of a stick that holds the ball.

  27. A head, the membrane which is hit to produce sound.

  28. A machine element which reads or writes electromagnetic signals to or from a storage medium.

  29. The part of a drive responsible for reading and writing data.

  30. The head, a platform above the cylinders in an combustion engine, containing the valves and plugs.

  31. The foam that forms on top of beer or other carbonated beverages.

  32. The end cap of a cylindrically-shaped vessel.

  33. Deposits near the top of a geological succession.

  34. (short for)

  35. 1968, Earl English, ‎Clarence Hach, ''Scholastic Journalism'' (page 166)

  36. The content of a headline over a news story should be taken from the lead of the story. (..) The head should give the same impression as the body of the story.
  37. The end of an abscess where pus collects.

  38. The headstock of a guitar.

  39. A leading component.

  40. The top edge of a sail.

  41. The bow of a vessel.

  42. A headland.

  43. A leader or expert.

  44. The place of honour, or of command; the most important or foremost position; the front.

  45. (quote-book)|The present state of the war, and the necessity of an augmentation, consider'd|http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004834471.0001.000|33|We saw the last Campaign that an Army of Fourscore Thousand of the best Troops in ''Europe'', with the Duke of ''Marlborough'' at the Head of them, cou'd do nothing against an Enemy that were too numerous to be assaulted in their Camps, or attack'd in their Strong Holds.

  46. Leader; chief; mastermind.

  47. (quote-book)|chapter=7|title=http://openlibrary.org/works/OL5535161W Mr. Pratt's Patients|pages=153-154|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/mrprattspatients00linciala/page/153/mode/1up|passage=“I don't know how you and the ‘head,’ as you call him, will get on, but I do know that if you call my duds a ‘livery’ again there'll be trouble. It's bad enough to go around togged out like a life saver on a drill day, but I can stand that 'cause I'm paid for it. What I won't stand is to have them togs called a livery.(..)

  48. A headmaster or headmistress.

  49. 1992 June 24, (w), Diary:

  50. At 4pm, the phone went. It was (w): 'We hear your daughter's been expelled for cheating at her school exams...'She'd made a remark to a friend at the end of the German exam and had been up|pulled up for talking.As they left the exam room, she muttered that the teacher was a 'twat'. He heard and flipped(mdas)a pretty stupid thing to do, knowing the kids were tired and tense after exams. Instead of dropping it, the teacher complained to the Head and Deb was carpeted.
  51. A person with an extensive knowledge of hop.

  52. A significant or important part.

  53. A beginning or end, a protuberance.

  54. The source of a river; the end of a lake where a river flows into it.

  55. A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum.

  56. (quote-journal)| passage=Plant breeding is always a numbers game.(..)The wild species we use are rich in genetic variation, (..). In addition, we are looking for rare alleles, so the more plants we try, the better. These rarities may be new mutations, or they can be existing ones that are neutral—or are even selected against—in a wild population. A good example is mutations that disrupt seed dispersal, leaving the seeds on the heads long after they are ripe.

  57. An ear of wheat, barley, or other small cereal.

  58. The leafy top part of a tree.

  59. The rounded part of a bone fitting into a depression in another bone to form a ball-and-socket joint.

  60. The toilet of a ship.

  61. Tiles laid at the eaves of a house.

  62. 1875, (w), Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary, vol. II, page 1086

  63. Heads. (''Roofing.'') Tiles which are laid at the eaves of a house
  64. A component.

  65. The principal melody or theme of a piece.

  66. A morpheme that determines the category of a compound or the word that determines the syntactic type of the phrase of which it is a member.

  67. Headway; progress.

  68. Topic; subject.

  69. Denouement; crisis.

  70. (RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)

  71. 1712 October 18, anonymous letter in ''Spectator (1711)|The Spectator'', edited by (w), no. 513, collected in ''The Works of the Late Right Honorable Joseph Addison, Esq'', Birmingham: (w), published 1761, volume IV, page 10:

  72. The indiſpoſition which has long hung upon me, is at laſt grown to ſuch an head, that it muſt quickly make an end of me, or of itſelf.
  73. Pressure and energy.

  74. A buildup of fluid pressure, often quantified as head.

  75. ''How much head do you have at the Glens Falls feeder dam?''

  76. The difference in elevation between two points in a column of fluid, and the resulting pressure of the fluid at the lower point.

  77. More generally, energy in a mass of fluid divided by its weight.

  78. Fellatio or cunnilingus; sex.

  79. The penis.

  80. A heavy or habitual user of illicit drugs.

  81. 1936, Lee Duncan, ''Over The Wall'', Dutton

  82. Then I saw the more advanced narcotic addicts, who shot unbelievable doses of powerful heroin in the main line – the vein of their arms; the hysien users; chloroform sniffers, who belonged to the riff-raff element of the dope chippeys, who mingled freely with others of their kind; canned heat stiffs, paragoric hounds, laudanum fiends, and last but not least, the veronal heads.
  83. (quote-journal)

  84. 2005, Martin Torgoff, ''Can't Find My Way Home'', Simon & Schuster, page 177,

  85. The hutch now looks like a “Turkish bath,” and the heads have their arms around one another, passing the pipe and snapping their fingers as they sing Smokey Robinson's “Tracks of My Tears” into the night.
  86. Power; armed force.

  87. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)

  88. Of, relating to, or intended for the head.

  89. (senseid) To be in command of. (See also (m).)

  90. To come at the beginning of; to commence.

  91. ''A group of clowns headed the procession.''

    ''The most important items headed the list.''

  92. To strike with the head; as in soccer, ''to head the ball''

  93. To move in a specified direction.

  94. To remove the head from a fish.

  95. To originate; to spring; to have its course, as a river.

  96. 1775, Adair (historian)|James Adair, ''The History of the American Indians'', page 223

  97. a broad purling river, that heads in the great blue ridge of mountains,
  98. To form a head.

  99. (quote-book)|year=1995|isbn=978-0-307-82840-8|passage=To be honest, this hasn't been my Garden of Eden year. (..) The lettuce turned bitter and bolted. The Green Comet broccoli was good, but my coveted Romanescos never headed up.

  100. To form a head to; to fit or furnish with a head.

  101. To cut off the top of; to lop off.

  102. To behead; to decapitate.

  103. 1822, Cunningham (author)|Allan Cunningham, "Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry/Ezra Peden|Ezra Peden", in ''Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry'', v. 1, p. 37.

  104. I tell thee, man of God, the uncharitableness of the sect to which thou pertainest has thronged the land of punishment as much as those who headed, and hanged, and stabbed, and shot, and tortured.
  105. (RQ:Shakespeare Measure)

  106. To go in front of.

  107. To get in the front of, so as to hinder or stop; to oppose.

  108. To check or restrain.

  109. To set on the head.

  110. Foremost in rank or importance.

  111. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  112. Placed at the top or the front.

  113. Coming from in front.

  114. (inflection of)