line

suomi-englanti sanakirja

line englannista suomeksi

  1. sävelmä, melodia

  2. raja, ero

  3. asenne

  4. kanava, reitti

  5. putkisto

  6. linja, linjaus

  7. reunustaa

  8. luottoraja

  9. naru, köysi, nyöri, nuora

  10. sukulinja, sukuhaara

  11. vuorata

  12. yhdenmukaisuus, yhdenmukainen

  13. juonne

  14. rata

  15. kiinnostuksen kohde, ala

  16. rintamalinja

  17. lappu, kirje

  18. kuljetusyhtiö

  19. muoto

  20. tuotesarja

  21. rajaviiva

  22. ajattelutapa

  23. ilmoituskoon mitta

  24. johto

  25. rajata

  26. rivi

  27. täyttää

  28. viiva

  29. jono

  30. päällystää

  31. aalto

  1. naru, nuora, nyöri, liina

  2. viiva

  3. suora

  4. jana

  5. koordinaattiviiva

  6. päiväntasaaja

  7. mittanauha

  8. linja, suunta

  9. linja

  10. rivit (monikko) , kirje

  11. raja

  12. viiva in hand, uurre on face

  13. piirre

  14. jono

  15. jalkaväki

  16. linja, sukulinja

  17. rivi

  18. rivi, säe

  19. vuorosana, rivi, repliikki

  20. linjaus

  21. linja, mielipide, näkökanta

  22. rihtaus

  23. linja, solulinja

  24. asettaa jonoon">asettaa jonoon

  25. asettaa varrelle">asettaa varrelle

  26. linjata

  27. lukea rivi riviltä">lukea rivi riviltä

  28. liina, obsolete

  29. vuorata

  30. täyttää

  31. astua

  32. Substantiivi

  33. Verbi

line englanniksi

  1. A path through two or more points (''compare ‘segment’''); a continuous mark, including as made by a pen; any path, curved or straight.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)

  4. (RQ:Frgsn Zlnstn)

  5. So this was my future home, I thought!(..)Backed by towering hills, the but faintly discernible purple line of the French boundary off to the southwest, a sky of palest Gobelin flecked with fat, fleecy little clouds, it in truth looked a dear little city; the city of one's dreams.
  6. {{quote-book|en|year=2009|author=Jory Sherman|title=Sidewinder

  7. An infinitely extending one-dimensional figure that has no curvature; one that has length but not breadth or thickness.

  8. (syn)

  9. A segment; a continuous finite segment of such a figure.

  10. An edge of a graph.

  11. A circle of latitude or of longitude, as represented on a map.

  12. The equator.

  13. (quote-book)|title=Dick|Moby Dick

  14. One of the straight horizontal and parallel prolonged strokes on and between which the notes are placed.

  15. The horizontal path of a ball towards the batsman (see also length).

  16. The line.

  17. {{quote-journal|en|date=October 1, 2011|author=Clive Lindsay|work=BBC Sport

  18. A rope, cord, string, or thread, of any thickness.

  19. (quote-book)|title=(w)|chapter=9

  20. {{quote-book|en|year=2007|author=Robert Newcomb|title=A March Into Darkness|page=29

  21. {{quote-book|en|year=2008|author=Joshua Plunkett, Jeanne K. Hanson|title=The Complete Idiot's Guide to Trees and Shrubs|page=164

  22. A hose or pipe, of any size.

  23. 1973, ''Final Environmental Statement for the Geothermal Leasing Program'' (US department of the interior):

  24. There is the possible hazard of an oil spill in case the line breaks but normal pipeline maintenance and safety measures, etc., are designed to prevent large or long continued spillage.
  25. 1981 October, ''Popular Science'', volume 219, number 4, page 113:

  26. To the end of the metal fuel line (where it fits into the carb) you attach a four-foot length of flexible fuel line.
  27. Direction, path.

  28. The wire connecting one telegraphic station with another, a telephone or internet cable between two points: a telephone or network connection.

  29. A clothesline.

  30. A letter, a written form of communication.

  31. A connected series of public conveyances, as a roadbed or railway track; and hence, an established arrangement for forwarding merchandise, etc.

  32. A trench or rampart, or the non-physical demarcation of the extent of the territory occupied by specified forces.

  33. The exterior limit of a figure or territory: a boundary, contour, or outline; a demarcation.

  34. (quote-book)|title=Lost|Paradise Lost

  35. A long tape or ribbon marked with units for measuring; a measure.

  36. A measuring line or cord.

  37. (RQ:Authorized Version)

  38. The carpenter stretcheth out his rule; he marketh it out with a line; he fitteth it with planes, and he marketh it out with the compass, and maketh it after the figure of a man, according to the beauty of a man; that it may remain in the house.
  39. That which was measured by a line, such as a field or any piece of land set apart; hence, allotted place of abode.

  40. The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places; yea, I have a goodly heritage.
  41. A threadlike crease or wrinkle marking the face, hand, or body; hence, a characteristic mark.

  42. (quote-book)|chapter=Fuscara

  43. (quote-book)|title=(w)

  44. (quote-song)|title=(w)|album=Blood on the Tracks

  45. Lineament; feature; figure (of one's body).

  46. (quote-book)|title=Tragedy of Cymbeline|The Tragedy of Cymbeline|passage=I mean, the lines of my body are as well drawn as his.

  47. A more-or-less straight sequence of people, objects, etc., either arranged as a queue or column and often waiting to be processed or with|dealt with, or arranged abreast of one another in a row (and contrasted with a column), as in a military formation. (defdate)

  48. (quote-book)|title=Revolt of Islam|The Revolt of Islam

  49. The regular infantry of an army, as distinguished from militia, guards, volunteer corps, cavalry, artillery{{, etc.

  50. (senseid) A series or succession of ancestors or descendants of a given person; a family or race; compare ''lineage''.

  51. (quote-book)|title=Canterbury Tales|The Canterbury Tales|year=1387

  52. (quote-book)|title=Macbeth

  53. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun.
  54. (quote-book)|title=Leviathan

  55. A small amount of text. Specifically:

  56. A written or printed row of letters, words, numbers{{, or other text, especially a row of words extending across a page or column, or a blank in place of such text.

  57. A verse (in poetry).

  58. (quote-book)|title=Sonnets/71|Sonnet 71

  59. A sentence of dialogue, especially (defdate) in a play, movie{{, or the like.

  60. A lie or exaggeration, especially one told to gain another's approval or prevent losing it.

  61. Course of conduct, thought, occupation, or policy; method of argument; department of industry, trade, or intellectual activity. (defdate)

  62. (quote-book)|editor=Henry Nelson Coleridge|year=1835|passage=He is uncommonly powerful in his own line; but it is not the line of a first-rate man.

  63. The official, stated position (or set of positions) of an individual or group, particularly a political or religious faction. (defdate)

  64. {{quote-journal

  65. A set of products or services sold by a business, or by extension, the business itself. (defdate)

  66. A number of shares taken by a jobber.

  67. A measure of length:

  68. A tsarist-era Russian unit of measure, approximately equal to one tenth of an English inch, used especially when measuring the calibre of firearms.

  69. {{quote-book|en|year=1906|title=Reports of military observers to the armies in Manchuria|page=261

  70. {{quote-book|en|year=2013|title=The United States in the First World War: An Encyclopedia|page=561|ISBN=1135684464

  71. One twelfth of an inch.

  72. {{quote-book|en|year=1883|author=Alfred Swaine Taylor, Thomas Stevenson|title=The principles and practice of medical jurisprudence

  73. One fortieth of an inch.

  74. {{quote-book|en|year=1922|title=Hearings Before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate|chapter=Statement of James Turner, Representing Universal Button Fastening Co., Detriot, Mich.|page=5337

  75. A maxwell, a unit of magnetic flux.

  76. {{quote-book|en|year=1898|author=Alfred Eugene Wiener|title=Practical calculation of dynamo-electric machines|page=47

  77. {{quote-book|en|year=1903|author=William Richard Kelsey|title=Continuous current dynamos and motors and their control|page=39

  78. {{quote-book|en|year=1904|author=Silvanus Phillips Thompson|title=Dynamo-electric machinery: a manual for students of electrotechniques: Volume 1, Part 1|page=74

  79. {{quote-book|en|year=1909|author=Henry Metcalf Hobart|title=Electricity: a text book designed in particular for engineering|page=58

  80. The batter’s box.

  81. The position in which the fencers hold their swords.

  82. {{quote-book|en|year=1861|author=George Chapman|title=Foil Practice, with a Review of the Art of Fencing|page=12

  83. Proper relative position or adjustment (of parts, not as to design or proportion, but with reference to smooth working).

  84. A small portion or serving of a powdery illegal drug.

  85. {{quote-book|en|year=1998|author=Luke Davis|title=Candy

  86. {{quote-book|en|year=2004|author=Burl Barer|title=Broken Doll|page=64

  87. {{quote-book|en|year=2007|author=D. C. Fuller|title=Meth Monster: Crankin' Thru Life a Look Into the Abyss|page=474

  88. Instruction; doctrine.

  89. Population of cells derived from a single cell and containing the same genetic makeup.

  90. (perfusion line) a set composed of a spike, a drip chamber, a clamp, a Y-injection site, a three-way stopcock and a catheter.

  91. A group of forwards that play together.

  92. A vascular catheter.

  93. To place (objects) into a line (usually used with "up"); to form into a line; to align.

  94. (rfex)

  95. To place persons or things along the side of for security or defense; to strengthen by adding; to fortify.

  96. {{quote-book

  97. To form a line along.

  98. To mark with a line or lines, to cover with lines.

  99. To represent by lines; to delineate; to portray.

  100. To read or repeat line by line.

  101. 1897, Daniel Webster Davis, “De Linin’ ub de Hymns”, quoted in Jerma A. Jackson, “Exuberance or Restraint: Music and Religion after Reconstruction”, in ''Singing in My Soul: Black Gospel Music in a Secular Age'', Chapel Hill, N.C.: (w), 2004, Standard Book Number|ISBN 978-0-8078-2860-1, page 15:

  102. De young folks say ’tain’t stylish to lin’ ’um no mo’; / Dat deys got edikashun, an’ dey wants us all to know / Dey like to hab dar singin’-books a-holin’ fore dar eyes, / An’ sing de hymns right straight along “to manshuns in de skies”.
  103. (quote-book)|location=Philadelphia, Pa.|publisher=(w)|date=11 July 1960|oclc=276976|passage=‘Why do you all sing hymns that way?’ / ‘Linin’?’ she asked. / ‘Is that what it is?’ / ‘Yeah, it’s called linin’. They’ve done it that way as long as I can remember.’ / Jem said it looked like they could save the collection money for a year and get some hymn-books. / Calpurnia laughed. ‘Wouldn’t do any good,’ she said. ‘They can’t read.’

  104. (quote-book)|year=1999|page=10|isbn=978-1-57003-247-9|passage=By the 1840s a typical hush-harbor meeting of African Americans had become “an amalgam of African initiation practices and camp meeting Christianity,” which included “bits of Christian doctrine and ritual” with a “focus on African initiation and ritual events.” (..) A lined hymn or a “sperchul” provided the opening music. In “linin’,” also called “deaconin’,” an elder would sing two lines of a hymnbook song, perhaps one of Watts’s hymns or an older one, which would be repeated by the group of worshipers in “wailing cadences.”

  105. To hit a drive; to hit a drive which is caught for an out. Compare fly and ground.

  106. To track (wild bees) to their nest by following their line of flight.

  107. To measure.

  108. Flax; linen, particularly the longer fiber of flax.

  109. To cover the inner surface of (something), originally especially with linen.

  110. To reinforce (the back of a book) with glue and glued scrap material such as fabric or paper.

  111. To fill or supply (something), as a purse with money.

  112. to copulate with, to impregnate.

  113. 1868 September, ''The Country Gentleman's Magazine'', page 292:

  114. Bedlamite was a black dog, and although it may be safely asserted that he lined upwards of 100 bitches of all colours, red, white, and blue, all his produce were black.
  115. management

  116. editing (of a TV programme)

  117. (inflection of)

  118. (l), cord

  119. (l), rule, ruler, measure

  120. rule, direction, command, edict

  121. (l), straight mark; also a fictitious line

  122. (written) (l), verse

  123. (alt form)

  124. a (l) (''a continuous mark through two or more points; a succession of ancestors or descendants; the stated position of an individual or group'')

  125. a (l) (''a strong rope, cord, string, wire'')

  126. (l), rope, cable

  127. row, series

  128. direction, rule

  129. you, you all; (n-g)

  130. lineout