intimate

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intimate englannista suomeksi

  1. perinpohjainen, syvä

  2. vihjata

  3. antaa ymmärtää

  4. läheisessä suhteessa, läheinen, läheisessä suhteessa oleva

  5. kodikas, viihtyisä

  6. läheinen ystävä

  7. intiimi

  1. tuttu

  2. intiimi

  3. henkilökohtainen

  4. Substantiivi

  5. läheinen ystävä">läheinen ystävä

  6. Verbi

  7. antaa ymmärtää, vihjata

intimate englanniksi

  1. Closely acquainted; familiar.

  2. ''an intimate friend''

    ''He and his sister deeply valued their intimate relationship as they didn't have much else to live for.''

  3. Of or involved in a sexual relationship.

  4. ''She enjoyed some intimate time alone with her husband.''

  5. Personal; private.

  6. ''an intimate setting''

  7. Pertaining to details that require great familiarity to know.

  8. (quote-journal)|passage=Grélard ''et al.''87 determined the intimate structure of pseudoviral particles of hepatitis B subvirus using solid-state NMR, light scattering, and cryo-electron microscopy.

  9. A very close friend.

  10. ''Only a couple of intimates had ever read his writing.''

  11. (''in plural'' intimates) Women's underwear, sleepwear, or lingerie, especially offered for sale in a store.

  12. ''You'll find bras and panties in the women's intimates section upstairs.''

  13. To suggest or disclose (something) discreetly.

  14. (quote-book)|title=How to Win Friends and Influence People|chapter=Part 4, Chapter 3. TALK ABOUT YOUR OWN MISTAKES FIRST|page=223|url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_to_Win_Friends_and_Influence_People

  15.     The Kaiser beamed. Von Bulow had praised him. Von Bulow had exalted him and humbled himself. The Kaiser could forgive anything after that. "Haven't I always told you," he exclaimed with enthusiasm, "that we complete one another famously? We should stick together, and we will!"     ...     Von Bulow saved himself in time—but, canny diplomat that he was, he nevertheless had made one error: he should have ''begun'' by talking about his own shortcomings and Wilhelm's superiority—not by intimating that the Kaiser was a half-wit in need of a guardian.

    ''He intimated that we should leave before the argument escalated.''

  16. To notify.

  17. ''I will intimate you when the details are available.''

  18. (eo-form of)

  19. (inflection of)

  20. (feminine plural of)