suomi-englanti sanakirja

incumbent englannista suomeksi

  1. nojautuva

  2. istuva, virassa oleva

  3. viranhaltija

  4. velvollisuutena oleva

  1. asiaankuuluva, asiaan kuuluva, asianmukainen, tehtävän edellyttämä

  2. makaava lying, lepäävä resting, nojaava reclining

  3. lepäävä

  4. istuva

  5. Substantiivi

  6. viranhaltija

  7. Verbi

incumbent englanniksi

  1. (Used with "on" or "upon") Imposed on someone as an obligation, especially due to one's office.

  2. (ux)

  3. December 22 1678, (w), ''A Sermon Preached before the King at White-Hall''

  4. all men truly Zelous , will (..)endeavor to perform the first kind of good Works alwaies; those, I mean, that are incumbent on all Christians
  5. Lying; resting; reclining; recumbent.

  6. (RQ:Wotton Arch)

  7. (RQ:Addison Ital)

  8. to move the incumbent load they try
  9. Prevalent, prevailing, predominant.

  10. Resting on something else; in botany, said of anthers when lying on the inner side of the filament, or of cotyledons when the radicle lies against the back of one of them(R:Gray Firs)

  11. Bent downwards so that the ends touch, or rest on, something else.

  12. Being the current holder of an office or a title.

  13. The current holder of an office, such as ecclesiastical benefice or an elected office.

  14. 2012, ''The Economist'', October 6, 2012 issue, ''The first presidential debate: Back in the centre, back in the game''

  15. Mr Obama’s problems were partly structural. An incumbent must defend the realities and compromises of government, while a challenger is freer to promise the earth, details to follow. Mr Obama’s odd solution was to play both incumbent and challenger, jumping from a defence of his record to indignation at such ills as over-crowded classrooms and tax breaks for big oil companies.
  16. (quote-journal)

  17. A holder of a position as supplier to a market or market segment that allows the holder to earn above-normal profits.

  18. 2012, ''Economist|The Economist'', September 29 2012 issue, ''Schumpeter: Fixing the capitalist machine''

  19. American capitalism is becoming like its European cousin: established firms with the scale and scope to deal with a growing thicket of regulations are doing well, but new companies are withering on the vine or selling themselves to incumbents.
  20. (inflection of)