suomi-englanti sanakirja

lever englannista suomeksi

  1. kammeta

  2. vääntövarsi

  3. vipu

  4. kanki

  1. vipu

  2. vivuta

  3. vivuttaa

  4. Verbi

  5. Substantiivi

lever englanniksi

  1. A rigid piece which is capable of turning about one point, or axis (the ''fulcrum''), and in which are two or more other points where forces are applied; — used for transmitting and modifying force and motion.

  2. Specifically, a bar of metal, wood or other rigid substance, used to exert a pressure, or sustain a weight, at one point of its length, by receiving a force or power at a second, and turning at a third on a fixed point called a fulcrum. It is usually named as the first of the six mechanical powers, and is of three kinds, according as either the fulcrum F, the weight W, or the power P, respectively, is situated between the other two, as in the figures.

  3. A small such piece to trigger or control a mechanical device (like a button).

  4. A bar, as a bar, applied to a rotatory piece to turn it.

  5. {{quote-journal|en|date=2012-03

  6. An arm on a shaft, to give motion to the shaft or to obtain motion from it.

  7. A crowbar.

  8. 1613, (w), William Barksted, ''The Insatiate Countess'', IV.1:

  9. My lord, I brained him with a lever my neighbour lent me, and he stood by and cried, ‘Strike home, old boy!’
  10. To move with a lever.

  11. (ux)

  12. (RQ:Orwell Homage)

  13. To use, operate or move (something) like a lever (physically).

  14. 1961, (w), ''(w)'', Vintage International, 2001, Part Two, Chapter 1,

  15. Suddenly he had levered himself up from the sofa, rocking the lame man violently, and was walking towards the receptionist.
  16. To use (something) like a lever (in an abstract sense).

  17. 2001, (w), “Bagging the Butcher,” ''(Magazine)|Time'', 9 April, 2001,https://web.archive.org/web/20130823124907/http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,999627,00.html

  18. He was a man who levered his way from small-time communist hack to political power by tapping into the most potent vein of historical juice in the Balkans: nationalism.
  19. 2013, (w), “Biographies of the year — review,” ''(w)'', 8 December, 2013,https://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/dec/08/biographies-of-the-year-2013-review

  20. Credited with pioneering the detective novel, Collins has attracted many biographers over the years, drawn to his extraordinary life and work in the hope of levering open a new understanding of the Victorian psyche.
  21. To increase the share of debt in the capitalization of a business.

  22. (quote-journal)

  23. Rather.

  24. 1530, Heywood|John Heywood, ''The Four PP''

  25. for I had lever be without ye / Then have suche besines about ye
  26. (RQ:Tyndale Jonah)

  27. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  28. A levee.

  29. 1742, Miss Robinson, ''Mrs. Delany's Letters'', II.191:

  30. We do not appear at Phœbus's Levér.
  31. 2011, Tim Blanning, "The reinvention of the night", ''Times Literary Supplement'', 21 Sep 2011:

  32. Louis XIV’s day began with a lever at 9 and ended (officially) at around midnight.
  33. liver

  34. (present tense of)

  35. (imperative of)

  36. (topics) liver

  37. edible animal liver as a dish or culinary ingredient

  38. (nl-verb form of)

  39. To raise, lift

  40. (ant)

  41. To rise, stand up

  42. (q) To rise, come up

  43. To up (out of bed)

  44. (uxi)

  45. To clear, lift

  46. the act of up in the morning

  47. to down

  48. liver.

  49. (syn)

  50. (inflection of)

  51. Rather.

  52. '' For him was lever have at his bed's headTwenty bookes, clad in black or red, . . . Than robes rich, or fithel, or gay sawtrie.'' —''The Canterbury Tales'', Geoffrey Chaucer

    ''But lever than this worldés goodShe would have wist how that it stood'' —''Tales of the Seven Deadly Sins'', John Gower.

  53. (alt form)

  54. to lift

  55. a liver

  56. liver (''eaten as food'')

  57. (infl of)

  58. liver (q)

  59. to lift (up)

  60. to up (get out of bed)

  61. loaf, bread

  62. (sv-verb-form-pre)