island englannista suomeksi
(ux) (a calm place surrounded by a noisy environment)
(quote-journal) (London)|date=10 April 2018|url=https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/apr/10/manchester-city-liverpool-champions-league-match-report
1939, Deseret News, October 27 1939, ''Roosevelt Reaffirms American Neutrality''
- King Leopold, speaking in fluent English during his six minute broadcast, said Belgium stood side by side with Holland "an Island of peace in the interests of all"
A bench, counter, etc., that is not connected to a wall or other furniture and which can be used from any side.
(quote-book)|publisher=H. John Edwards|location=Sydney|year_published=1940|chapter=XXII|page=216|text=A short, rather studious young woman on noticing him moved from behind an island counter.
An unincorporated area wholly surrounded by one or more incorporated areas.
''Adverbial subordinate clauses are islands for extraction: "They have a billion dollars of inventory that they don't know where *(it) is".''
To surround with water; make into an island.
1933, Harriet Monroe, Poetry: Volume 42
- We paused at little river cities along the way and walked upon their bushy dikes, and heard tales of overflows in flood seasons, when four feet or more of water islanded the houses.
To set, dot (as if) with islands.
1896, (w), (w), XXVII, lines 1-2
- ''High the vanes of (w) gleam''
- Islanded in Severn stream.