impetus englannista suomeksi
Anything that impels; a stimulating factor.
''The outbreak of World War II in 1939 gave a new impetus to receiver development.''
(quote-book)|title=Lady Anne Granard|volume=1|page=64|text=Once set a strong mind thinking, and you have done all that it needs for its education. It matters little what is the first impetus, so that it only be set to work.
2011, Phil McNulty, ''Euro 2012: Montenegro 2-2 England'' http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/15195384.stm
- In a single moment Montenegro and their supporters were given fresh impetus and encouragement. Beciraj tested Hart with a low shot before teenager Phil Jones, on his England debut, suffered an anxious moment when Stevan Jovetic went down under his challenge, leaving the youngster clearly relieved to see referee Stark wave away Montenegro's appeals.
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