in englannista suomeksi
muodissa oleva, muodissa
Within the bounds or limits of.
(quote-journal)| title=Boundary problems| passage=GDP measures the total value of output in an economic territory.
Wearing (an item of clothing).
''I glanced over at the pretty girl in the red dress.''
During (a period of time).
Within (a certain elapsed time); by the end of.
At the end of (a period of time).
1898, (w), (w) Chapter 4
- In returning to the vault, I had no very sure purpose in mind; only a vague surmise that this finding of Blackbeard's coffin would somehow lead to the finding of his treasure.
In the form of, in the denomination of.
''Her generosity was rewarded in the success of its recipients.''
2014, Carla Bethmann, ''Clean, Friendly, Profitable?: Tourism'', page 114:
- (..) tourists sometimes attempt to pay in euros or British pounds.
To take in; to harvest.
(RQ:Shakespeare All's Well)
At or towards the interior of a defined space, such as a building or room.
(RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher)
Towards the speaker or other reference point.
''They flew in from London last night.''
''For six hours the tide flows in, then for another six hours it flows out.''
So as to be enclosed or surrounded by something.
''Bring the water to the boil and drop the vegetables in.''
After the beginning of something.
''The show still didn't become interesting 20 minutes in.''
One who, or that which, is in; especially, one who is in office.
1827, Benjamin Chew, ''A Sketch of the Politics, Relations, and Statistics, of the Western World'' (page 192)
- This memoir has nothing to do with the question between the ''ins'' and the ''outs''; it is intended neither to support nor to assail the administration; it is general in its views upon a general and national subject; (..)
A re-entrant angle; a nook or corner.
Located indoors, especially at home or at one's office or place of work.
Located inside something.
''Little by little I pushed the snake into the basket, until finally all of it was in.''
Falling or remaining within the bounds of the playing area.
''If the tennis ball bounces on the line then it's in.''
Inserted or fitted into something.
Having been collected or received.
''The replies to the questionnaires are now all in.''
In fashion; popular.
Furled or stowed.
Of the tide, at or near its highest level.
''You can't get round the headland when the tide's in.''
With privilege or possession; used to denote a holding, possession, or seisin.
(quote-book) He (..) took a rifle out of the batch and shot at me. I was lucky he was such a crummy shot.”“Why would he do that?”“I think he's in with them, Doctor.”“Them? You mean Ned and Cody?”“All of them. Hickok, the split tail, the whole lot.”
''He is very in with the Joneses.''
Having a favourable position, such as a position of influence or expected gain, in relation to another person.
''I think that bird fancies you. You're in there, mate!''
(infl of): him
in; expressing containment.
(nl-verb form of)
(l), popular (gloss)
(alternative form of)
1877, Antonio Ive, ''Canti popolari istriani: raccolti a Rovigno'', volume 5, Ermanno Loescher, page 99:
- Cume li va puleîto in alto mare!
- : How they row well on the high seas!
- : So far does every species on earth of man and beast,whether the aquatic species, livestock, or painted-winged,collapse into the frenzies and the fire.
- : Poison is drunk from a gold cup.
this (thing close to us both)
demonstrative, first person inclusive singular
in (a condition)
(senseid) Any kind of accomodation; particularly:
(senseid) (l); with the following special senses:
amongst, (l) a crowd of.
(l) (pieces or portions), into.
(l) the form, way, or manner of.
Being one of a set or group.
Being owned by; in one's possession.
versus; in conflict with; fighting with.
with, in the company of.
(l) towards, in the direction of.
- Beóigidir in spirut in corp in ḟect so.
- : "The spirit now quickens the body."
(alternative spelling of)
(infl of): is...?
(alt form) (q) and (m)
- (quote) ba in ḟortgidiu ⁊ ba hi temul du·gníth Saul cona muntair intleda ⁊ erelca fri Dauid.|As what is done in this is not perceived and discovered, so it was covertly and it was in darkness that Saul with his people was making snares and ambushes against David.
found in the given reference
into, the direction "from ''out'' to ''in''"