suomi-englanti sanakirja

intermittent englannista suomeksi

  1. epäsäännöllinen, ajoittainen

  1. ajoittainen, jaksoittainen; kuurottainen of rain; sahaava of fever

  2. ajoittain kuivuva">ajoittain kuivuva

  3. Substantiivi

  4. Verbi

intermittent englanniksi

  1. Stopping and starting, occurring, or presenting at intervals; coming after a particular time span.

  2. (syn)



  3. 1564, Philip Moore, ''The Hope of Health,'' London, Chapter(nbs)13,

  4. Also bloudletting is good in feuers, whether they be continual or intermittent (..)
  5. 1698, (w), ''Twelve Sermons upon Several Subjects and Occasions,'' London: Thomas Bennet, Volume 3, p.(nbs)511,

  6. (..) the ''Gift of Prophecy'' (..) was in the mind not as an ''Inhabitant, but as a Guest;'' that is, by intermittent ''Returns and Ecstasies,'' by ''Occasional Raptures'' and ''Revelations;'' as is clear from what we read of the Prophets in the Old Testament.
  7. 1792, (w), ''Calvary: or The Death of Christ,'' London: C. Dilly, Book 5, lines(nbs)364-366, p.(nbs)164,

  8. (..) Pale through night’s curtain gleam’d
    By fits the lunar intermittent ray,
    That quiv’ring serv’d to light his lonely steps
  9. (quote-book)|title=(w)|location=London|pubulisher=Millenium|year_published=2000|chapter=20|page=193|pageurl=|passage=(..) by degrees the talk became as flickering and intermittent as the light of the dying fire, which they were too idle to feed with sticks (..)

  10. (quote-book)|title=(w)|location=New York|publisher=Simon and Schuster|chapter=18|page=238|url=|passage=(..) three scruffy-looking young men with intermittent facial hair and starvation-symptom physiques.

  11. Existing only for certain seasons; that is, being dry for part of the year.

  12. An intermittent fever or disease.

  13. 1592, Nicholas Gyer, ''The English Phlebotomy: or, Method and Way of Healing by Letting of Blood,'' London: Andrew Mansell, Chapter(nbs)16, p.(nbs)172,

  14. Feuers, and especially those that are called intermittents, discontinuing agues, euen naturally at the beginning and their first inuasion, cause vomits: and at the declining, sweats.
  15. 1733, (w), ''An Essay concerning the Effects of Air on Human Bodies,'' London: J. Tonson, Chapter(nbs)6, p.(nbs)144,

  16. The Bark, which had been ineffectual in the Intermittents of the former Year, was successful in this.
  17. 1832, (w), ''Human Physiology,'' Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, Volume 2, “Circulation,” p.(nbs)146,

  18. In disease, the agency of this system of vessels is an object of attentive study with the pathologist. To its influence in inflammation, we have already alluded; but it is no less exemplified in the more general diseases of the frame, as in the cold, hot, and sweating stages of an intermittent.
  19. Intermittent

  20. (inflection of)