lie englannista suomeksi
maata, olla makuuasennossa
(RQ:King James Version)
(RQ:Dryden Astraea Redu)
- The watchful traveller (..) / Lay down again, and closed his weary eyes.
1849, (w), (w)
- Our uninquiring corpses lie more low / Than our life's curiosity doth go.
- He that thinks that diversion may not lie in hard labour, forgets the early rising and hard riding of huntsmen.
''Used with'' ''(l)'': to have sexual relations with.
1632, (w), ''diary, entry 21 October 1632''
- While I was now trifling at home, I saw London, (..) where I lay one night only.
- Mr. Quinion lay at our house that night.
1737, ''Cart against Marsh'' (legal case)
- An appeal lies in this case from the ordinary to the arches.
''While a principle-based approach might claim that lying is always morally wrong, the casuist would argue that, depending upon the details of the case, lying might or might not be illegal or unethical. The casuist might conclude that a person is wrong to lie in legal testimony under oath, but might argue that lying actually is the best moral choice if the lie saves a life.''(w)
Anything that misleads or disappoints.
1835, (w), ''the Story of Justin Martyr''
- Wishing this lie of life was o'er.
(quote-video game) and (w)|title=(video game)|Portal|text=The cake is a lie.
''Se on missä lie.''
''It's somewhere.'' / ''I wonder where it is.''
''Tai mitä lie ovatkaan''
''Or whatever they are.''
(pinyin reading of)
(nonstandard spelling of)
dregs; mostly solid, undesirable leftovers of a drink
(es-verb form of)
scythe; an instrument for mowing grass, grain, or the like.