suomi-englanti sanakirja

hen englannista suomeksi

  1. naaras-

  2. kana

  3. naaraslintu

  1. kana

  2. Verbi

  3. Substantiivi

hen englanniksi

  1. A female chicken (''gallus''), ''particularly'' a sexually mature one kept for her eggs.

  2. (quote-book)|title=The Mirror and the Lamp

  3. (cot)

  4. A female of other bird species, ''particularly'' a sexually mature female fowl.

  5. A female fish (especially a salmon or trout) or crustacean.

  6. (quote-book)|passage=As spawning time approaches – autumn or very early winter in most rivers, though in some late-run streams salmon may spawn as late as January or February – the hen{{'s colouration becomes first a matt-pewter and then a drab dark brown-grey. The cock fish, in contrast, begins to gain some brighter colours.

  7. (syn)

  8. A woman, ''particularly''

  9. 1785, Francis Grose, ''A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue'':

  10. ''Hen'', a woman. A cock and hen club; a club composed of men and women.
  11. A bride-to-be, ''particularly'' in the context of her "night" festivities.

  12. A night.

  13. (n-g)

  14. ''Don't cry, hen. Everything will be all right.''

  15. A henlike person of either sex.

  16. The clam (''mercenaria''), a bivalve shellfish.

  17. (alt form)

  18. (quote-book)

  19. Hence.

  20. To throw.

  21. old, ancient

  22. to have

  23. (ngd)

  24. Gå hen til din far.

    Go to your father.

    Hestene går hen imod mig.

    The horses are walking towards me.

  25. they (gloss)

  26. them (gloss)

  27. (senseid) hen, female chicken; female of a related species.

  28. A female of the species of birds brooding on the ground.

  29. 'bird', colloquial term for a human female

  30. they (qualifier) (gloss). (non-gloss definition)

  31. them (qualifier) (gloss). (non-gloss definition)

  32. (fi-form of)

  33. (ja-romanization of)

  34. (nonstandard spelling of)

  35. (l), chicken

  36. female bird

  37. yes

  38. (ngd)

  39. where

  40. they

  41. (ux)

  42. away

  43. Term of address for a woman.

  44. ''Alright Mary hen?''

  45. (n-g) they, thon; (n-g) and (m).

  46. *(quote-journal) |url=http://www.svd.se/kultur/en-sang-om-att-ha-foljt-sitt-hjarta_6913451.svd |text=Alla skilsmässor och separationer är olika. Men i nästan samtliga är det i slutändan någon som blir lämnad och någon som lämnar. Ingen av de rollerna är enkel. Fast det är när den som lämnar gör det för att hen har träffat någon annan |t=All divorces and separations are different. But in almost all cases, someone is left behind or someone leaves. None of those roles are easy. However, it's when the one who does leaves because they have met someone else

  47. *(quote-journal) |url=

  48. *(quote-book)

  49. *(quote-journal) |url=http://www.svd.se/nyheter/inrikes/arnholm-lanserar-hen-i-riksdagen_7911126.svd |text=– Målet är att varje individ ska få det stöd hen behöver för att så snabbt som möjligt lära sig svenska, komma i arbete och klara sin egen försörjning, sade den nyblivna jämställdhetsministern. |t=– The goal is to make sure that every individual should receive the support they need to learn Swedish, start working and manage to support themselves as soon as possible, said the newly appointed Minister of Gender Equality.

  50. *(quote-journal) |url=http://www.dn.se/debatt/flera-allvarliga-krankningar-i-skolan-de-senaste-veckorna/ |text=– En person i personalen som sliter i och skäller på barnen, hotar med stryk och skrämmer dem med det hen vet att de är rädda för. |t=– A person on the staff pushes around and yells at the children, threatens with violence and frightens them with things they know they are afraid of.

  51. a whetstone, particularly the small and soft kind.

  52. fine

  53. refined, elegant

  54. asthma

  55. to cough

  56. okay?; alright?

  57. old, aged; ancient, antique, pristine, former; inveterate, chronic; original; senior, elder

  58. stale, mouldy, musty, fusty

  59. unreformed, old, traditional (of style or mode of expressing dates according to the Julian Calendar); reckoned according to the Old Style (of festival)

  60. (l)