leaf englannista suomeksi
paneeli, jatkokappale, levy, puolisko, jatko, jatkolevy
(quote-journal)| passage=Earless ghost swift moths become “invisible” to echolocating bats by forming mating clusters close (less than half a meter) above vegetation and effectively blending into the clutter of echoes that the bat receives from the leaves and stems around them.
Anything resembling the leaf of a plant.
A sheet of a book, magazine, etc (consisting of two pages, one on each face of the leaf).
A sheet of any substance beaten or rolled until very thin.
1900, ''Profitable Advertising'' (volume 10, issue 2, page 893)
- Heretofore advertisers have had to buy and pay for a leaf — two pages.
A flat section used to extend the size of a table.
(quote-book) TO MARINERS THE POINT AT WHICH FULL SKYWARD CHANNEL CLEARANCE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO TRANSITING VESSELS: THE LIGHTS SHOULD ACTIVATE WHEN THE BRIDGELEAFS ARE IN THE NORMAL FULLY OPEN POSITION.(..)THE NTSB RECOMMENDS THAT THE U.S. COAST GUARD: REQUIRE THAT BRIDGE OWNERS/OPERATORS PROVIDE IN BASCULE BRIDGE PERMIT APPLICATIONS THE ANGLE OF THE BRIDGELEAF(S). THE MAXIMUM VERTICAL CLEARANCE AT THE FENDERS AND AT THE BRIDGELEAF ENDS, AND THE EXTENT OF HORIZONTAL CHANNEL CLEARANCE OVER WHICH FULL SKYWARD CLEARANCE IS AVAILABLE WHEN THE BRIDGE LEAFS ARE IN THE FULLY OPEN POSITION.
(quote-book)|year=1993|page=224|isbn=0-7172-0224-0|issn=0196-0180|lccn=23-10041|passage=The hydraulic system lifts and rotates two 413-ft (126-m) bridge leafs, each weighing 7,500 tons, in just four minutes.
(quote-book)|year=2010|page=55|isbn=978-0-595-46683-2|passage=Like I’ve said, John, you’ve got to get the two bridge leafs to come down very slowly to a complete stop in order to trigger the tongue locks. This is what holds the two leafs of the bridge firmly in place. Otherwise, the bridge leafs will start bouncing, and once they start bouncing, you’ll never stop them from goin’ straight up in the air.
2011, John Mongan, Noah Kindler, Eric Giguère, ''Programming Interviews Exposed''
- The algorithm pops the stack to obtain a new current node when there are no more children (when it reaches a leaf).
A Canadian person.
To produce leaves; put forth foliage.
To divide (a vegetable) into separate leaves.
''The lettuce in our burgers is 100% hand-leafed.''