suomi-englanti sanakirja

instance englannista suomeksi

  1. tapaus

  2. esittää

  1. Substantiivi

  2. tapaus, esimerkki

  3. instanssi, ilmentymä

  4. Verbi

instance englanniksi

  1. Urgency of manner or words; an urgent request; insistence. (defdate)

  2. (RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes), I spake to that purpose(nb..).

  3. (RQ:Scott Waverley)undertook at her instance to restore them.

  4. A token; a sign; a symptom or indication.

  5. ''It sends some precious instance of itself/ After the thing it loves.'' Hamlet IV. v. ca. 1602

  6. That which is urgent; motive.

  7. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet)

  8. A piece of evidence; a proof or sign (of something). (defdate)

  9. c. 1594, William Shakespeare, ''The Comedy of Errors'':

  10. The reason that I gather he is mad, Besides this present instance of his rage, Is a mad tale he told to day at dinner (..)
  11. Occasion; order of occurrence.

  12. (RQ:Hale The History of the Common Law of England)

  13. These seem as if, in the time of Edward I., they were drawn up into the form of a law, in the first instance.
  14. A case offered as an exemplification or a precedent; an illustrative example. (defdate)

  15. (RQ:Atterbury Benne)

  16. most remarkable instances of suffering
  17. (RQ:Burton Melanchol):

  18. sometimes we love those that are absent, saith Philostratus, and gives instance in his friend Athenodorus, that loved a maid at Corinth whom he never saw(..)
  19. One of a series of recurring occasions, cases, essentially the same.

  20. (quote-book)

  21. 2010, ''The Guardian'', 11 Oct 2010:

  22. The organisations claim fraudsters are targeting properties belonging to both individuals and companies, in some instances using forged documents.
  23. A specific occurrence of something that is created or instantiated, such as a database, or an object of a class in object-oriented programming. (defdate)

  24. 2000, Dov Bulka, David Mayhew, ''Efficient C++: Performance Programming Techniques'' (page 149)

  25. Some compilers will allow statics to be inlined, but then incorrectly create multiple instances of the inlined variable at run-time.
  26. A dungeon or other area that is duplicated for each player, or each party of players, that enters it, so that each player or party has a private copy of the area, isolated from other players.

  27. 2006 September 1, "Dan" (username), "Re: DPS Classes: Why should I heal you?", in (monospace), Usenet:

  28. As long as the most difficult instance you've tried is Gnomeregan, you're never going to be credible talking about 'difficult encounters'.
  29. 2010, Sims Bainbridge|William Sims Bainbridge, ''Online Multiplayer Games'', Morgan & Claypool, (ISBN), page 26:

  30. For example, when a team of five players enters the Sunken Temple instance in ''World of Warcraft'', they will battle many monsters, but they will not encounter other players even though several teams of players may be experiencing the Sunken Temple at the same time.
  31. 2012, anonymous gamer quoted in Andrew Ee & Hichang Cho, "What Makes an MMORPG Leader? A Social Cognitive Theory-Based Approach to Understanding the Formation of Leadership Capabilities in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games", ''Eludamos'', volume 6, page 31:

  32. Beating a difficult instance becomes second nature after running through it…a few times, with good leaders knowing exactly what to do and how to co-ordinate member actions.
  33. An individual copy of such a dungeon or other area.

  34. 2005 January 11, Patrick B., "Re: Instance dungeons", in (monospace), Usenet:

  35. The instance is created for the group that enters it.
  36. 2005 December 6, "Rene" (username), "Re: Does group leader affect drops?", in (monospace), Usenet:

  37. As soon as the first player enters (spawns) a new instance, it appears that the loottable is somehow chosen.
  38. 2010, Anthony Steed & Manuel Fradinho Oliveira, ''Networked Graphics: Building Networked Games and Virtual Environments'', Elsevier, (ISBN), page 398:

  39. A castle on the eastern edge of the island spawns a new instance whenever a party of players enters.
  40. To mention as a case or example; to refer to; to cite

  41. (quote-journal) now existing in the northern part of the Colony.

  42. 1946, E. M. Butler, ''Rainer Maria Rilke'', p. 404

  43. The poems which I have instanced are concrete and relatively glaring examples of the intangible difference which the change of language made in Rilke's visions .
  44. To cite an example as proof; to exemplify.

  45. urgent demand, insistence, plea

  46. authority, forum, agency, body

  47. legal proceedings, prosecution process

  48. (l)

  49. instance