knot

suomi-englanti sanakirja

knot englannista suomeksi

  1. sitoa, solmia

  2. takku

  3. oksankohta, pahka

  4. muhkura, patti

  5. solmu

  6. joukko

  7. ristiä

  8. isosirri

  1. solmu

  2. solmu, takku of hair or fur

  3. kiipeli, kiikki, pulma, solmu

  4. oksa, oksankohta, oksankanta

  5. kuhmu, patti

  6. solmia

  7. rypistää punoa, solmeilla

  8. sirri; isosirri red knot, vuorisirri great knot

  9. Substantiivi

knot englanniksi

  1. A looping of a piece of string or of any other long, flexible material that cannot be untangled without passing one or both ends of the material through its loops.

  2. ''Climbers must make sure that all knots are both secure and of types that will not weaken the rope.''

  3. A tangled clump.

  4. ''The nurse was brushing knots from the protesting child's hair.''

  5. A maze-like pattern.

  6. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  7. A non-self-intersecting closed curve in (e.g., three-dimensional) space that is an abstraction of a knot (in sense 1 above). Category:en:Curves

  8. ''A knot can be defined as a non-self-intersecting broken line whose endpoints coincide: when such a knot is constrained to lie in a plane, then it is simply a polygon.''

        ''A knot in its original sense can be modeled as a mathematical knot (or link) as follows: if the knot is made with a single piece of rope, then abstract the shape of that rope and then extend the working end to merge it with the standing end, yielding a mathematical knot. If the knot is attached to a metal ring, then that metal ring can be modeled as a trivial knot and the pair of knots become a link. If more than one mathematical knot (or link) can be thus obtained, then the simplest one (avoiding detours) is probably the one which one would want.''

  9. A difficult situation.

  10. ''I got into a knot when I inadvertently insulted a policeman.''

  11. 1664, (w), ''A Sermon Preached Before the University at Christ-Church, Oxon''

  12. A man shall be perplexed with knots, and problems of business, and contrary affairs.
  13. The whorl left in lumber by the base of a branch growing out of the tree's trunk.

  14. '' When preparing to tell stories at a campfire, I like to set aside a pile of pine logs with lots of knots, since they burn brighter and make dramatic pops and cracks. ''

  15. Local swelling in a tissue area, especially skin, often due to injury.

  16. ''Jeremy had a knot on his head where he had bumped it on the bedframe.''

  17. A tightened and contracted part of a muscle that feels like a hard lump under the skin.

  18. A protuberant joint in a plant.

  19. Any knob, lump, swelling, or protuberance.

  20. (RQ:Tennyson Idylls)

  21. The swelling of the glandis in members of the dog family, Canidae.

  22. The point on which the action of a story depends; the gist of a matter.

  23. ''the knot of the tale''

  24. A node.

  25. A kind of epaulet; a knot.

  26. A group of people or things.

  27. (RQ:Shakespeare Richard 3)

  28. (RQ:Scott Peveril of the Peak)

  29. 1968, Bryce Walton, ''Harpoon Gunner'', Thomas Y. Crowell Company, NY, (1968), page 20,

  30. He pushed through knots of whalemen grouped with their families and friends, and surrounded by piles of luggage.
  31. A bond of union; a connection; a tie.

  32. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)

  33. (RQ:Joseph Hall The Balm of Gilea)

  34. ere we knit the knot that can never be loosed
  35. A unit of speed, equal to one mile per hour. (''From the practice of counting the number of knots in the log-line (as it is paid out) in a standard time. Traditionally spaced at one every (frac) of a mile.'')

  36. (syn)

    ''Cedric claimed his old yacht could make 12 knots.''

  37. A mile

  38. The glandis

  39. In omegaverse fiction, a glandis-like structure on the penis of a male alpha, which ties him to an omega during intercourse.

  40. 2014, Mark Shrayber, "https://jezebel.com/knotting-is-the-weird-fanfic-sex-trend-that-cannot-be-u-1606931767 'Knotting' Is the Weird Fanfic Sex Trend That Cannot Be Unseen", ''Jezebel'', 18 July 2014:

  41. Since the knot won't release until the alpha has finished and can't be controlled by either party, the sex has to go on until it's done.
  42. 2017, Taylor Boulware, "Fascination/Frustration: Slash Fandom, Genre, and Queer Uptake", dissertation submitted to the University of Washington, page 155:

  43. The pair cannot separate until the knot has subsided – anywhere from twenty minutes to hours, depending on the fic.
  44. 2017, Marianne Gunderson, "What is an omega? Rewriting sex and gender in omegaverse fanfiction", thesis submitted to the University of Oslo, page 89:

  45. When John bites down on Sherlock's neck as his knot locks them together, the act which would otherwise be a tool for domination only reinforces the existing emotional bonds they have for each other.
  46. (seemoreCites)

  47. To form into a knot; to tie with a knot or knots.

  48. (ux)

  49. (RQ:Tennyson Poems 1842)

  50. To form wrinkles in the forehead, as a sign of concentration, concern, surprise, etc.

  51. To unite closely; to knit together.

  52. (RQ:Bacon War with Spain)

  53. To entangle or perplex; to puzzle.

  54. To form knots.

  55. To knit knots for a fringe.

  56. One of a variety of shore birds; the (vern) (variously ''canutus'' or (taxlink)).

  57. c.1610, (w), ''The Alchemist''

  58. My foot-boy shall eat pheasants, calvered salmons, / Knots, godwits, lampreys: I myself will have / The beards of barbels, served instead of salads (..)
  59. A candle wick

  60. A knot, bun (of hair), skein

  61. The top or crest (with messy branches) of certain woody plants, notably willows

  62. A flax box

  63. (dialect) A marble to play with

  64. A prank, joke

  65. The bird species ''canutus'' (syn. (taxlink))

  66. (alt form)

  67. wick (gl)

  68. (l) (mammal of the family Talpidae)