suomi-englanti sanakirja

medium englannista suomeksi

  1. viestin, tiedotusväline

  2. puolikypsä

  3. keskiväli

  4. media

  5. väline

  6. kasvualusta

  7. elatusaine

  8. sekoitusaine

  9. keskikokoinen

  10. meedio

  11. toimiala

  12. väliaine

  13. ympäristö

  1. Substantiivi

  2. väliaine

  3. media, tiedotusväline, viestin

  4. ravintoliuos, kasvatusalusta, elatusaine

  5. keino, väline

  6. liuotin

  7. meedio

  8. keskikokoinen

  9. puolikas

  10. puoliväli

  11. keskimäärä, keskiarvo

  12. alipremissi

  13. keskikypsä

medium englanniksi

  1. The material of the surrounding environment, e.g. solid, liquid, gas, vacuum, or a specific substance such as a solvent.

  2. (senseid)The materials or empty space through which signals, waves{{, or forces pass.

  3. 1626, (w), ''Sylva Sylvarum: or A Naturall Historie,'' London: William Lee, III. Century, p.(nbs)60,

  4. Whether any other ''Liquours,'' being made ''Mediums,'' cause a Diuersity of ''Sound'' from ''Water,'' it may be tried:
  5. 1642, (w), ''The Sophy,'' London: Thomas Walkley, Act(nbs)II, Scene(nbs)1, page 12,

  6. He’s old and jealous, apt for suspitions, gainst which tyrants ears
    Are never clos’d. The Prince is young,
    Fierce, and ambitious, I must bring together
    All these extreames, and then remove all Mediums,
    That each may be the others object.
  7. (senseid)A format for communicating or presenting information.

  8. (quote-book)|title=Lady Anne Granard|volume=2|page=272| all events, she drank in with eager ear, and admiring mind, anecdote and history of all those excellent traits of disposition, and nobleness of conduct, which made him the idol of his describer, and gave her a knowledge of his temper and character, and the manner in which his boyhood and youth had passed, which she could never have gained by any other medium, and which it was unquestionably right she should know.

  9. A nutrient substance, commonly a solution or solid, for the growth of cells ''vitro''.

  10. 1996, Samuel Baron (editor), ''Medical Microbiology'':

  11. In some instances one can take advantage of differential carbohydrate fermentation capabilities of microorganisms by incorporating one or more carbohydrates in the medium along with a suitable pH indicator. Such media are called differential media (e.g., eosin methylene blue or MacConkey agar) and are commonly used to isolate enteric bacilli.
  12. A substance, structure, or environment in which living organisms subsist, grow or are cultured.

  13. 1895, Bashford Dean. ''Fishes, Living and Fossil''

  14. The density of the living medium of fishes exerts upon them a mechanical influence; they are, so to say, ''balanced'' in water, free to proceed in all planes of direction...
  15. A means, channel, agency or go-between through which communication, commerce, etc is conveyed or carried on, or by which an aim is achieved.

  16. 2007, Reuben Gold Thwaites, ''Early Western Travels, 1748-1846'', Reprint Services Corporation ((ISBN)), page 186:

  17. His loyalty to the English was doubtful and wavering, and his opposition to Post&39;s journey was probably due to fears that his own importance as a medium between the Ohio Indians and the English would be diminished by the former&39;s success.
  18. The materials used to finish a workpiece using a finishing or blasting process.

  19. A liquid base which carries pigment in paint.

  20. A means of expression, in the arts, such as a material (oil, pastel, clay, etc) or method or style (expressionism, jazz, etc).

  21. ''Acrylics, oils, charcoal, and gouache are all mediums I used in my painting.''

  22. 1898, Missouri Department of Education, ''Report of the Public Schools of the State of Missouri'', page 98:

  23. Heretofore in following the course, the student has been confined to black and white in the medium of charcoal, pen and ink or pencil. The first introduction to color is by means of the Still Life painting class.
  24. 1966, John P. Sedgwick, ''Discovering Modern Art: The Intelligent Layman's Guide to Painting from Impressionism to Pop''

  25. It was the woodcut, however, that emerged as the favorite graphic medium of Expressionism. Rejecting the almost limitless pictorial possibilities of lithography, which had dominated printmaking during the nineteenth century, (..)
  26. 1967, Barnet Kottler, Martin Light, ''The World of Words: A Language Reader'':

  27. So we get a people in rebellion against a dominant majority, but forced to rebel secretly, to sublimate, as the psychologist would put it — to express themselves culturally through the medium of jaz , and linguistically through a code, a jargon  ...
  28. 1974, Karl Siegfried Weimar, ''German Language and Literature: Seven Essays'', Prentice Hall

  29. Prose is not the preferred medium of expressionism, yet some outstanding individual examples come to mind, for example: Robert Walser's (1876–1956) surrealistic miniatures and novels of a dreamlike structure reminiscent of Kafka (..)
  30. 1999, ''Jet'', page 29:

  31. The Pulitzer board said the award was given “in recognition of his musical genius, which evoked aesthetically the principles of democracy through the medium of jazz and thus made an indelible contribution to art and culture.”
  32. Someone who supposedly conveys information from the spirit world.

  33. (quote-book)

  34. (ng)

  35. (syn)

  36. An item labelled or denoted as being that size.

  37. One who fits an item of that size.

  38. A half-pint serving of Guinness (or other stout in some regions).

  39. A middle place or degree.

  40. (ux)

  41. (RQ:L'Estrange Fables of Aesop) the Just Medium of This Case lies betwixt the Pride, and the Abjection of the Two Extreams.

  42. (RQ:Austen Emma) her figure particularly graceful; her size a most becoming medium, between fat and thin (..)

  43. (RQ:Dickens David Copperfield). But the principle always failed us by some curious fatality, and we never could hit any medium between redness and cinders.

  44. An average; sometimes the mathematical mean.

  45. (RQ:Burke State of the Nation)

  46. The mean or middle term of a syllogism, that by which the extremes are brought into connection.

  47. Arithmetically average.

  48. Of intermediate size, degree, amount etc.

  49. Of meat, cooked to a point greater than rare but less than done; typically, so the meat is still red in the centre.

  50. That is medium (gl).

  51. To a medium extent.

  52. medium

  53. (l), system or instrument for fulfilling an end

  54. 1967, Evert Willem Barth, ''Moderne logica'', Van Gorcum, 138-139.

  55. Het is zeer aannemelijk dat sommige talen zich er beter toe lenen dan andere, als medium voor het logisch denken dienst te doen.
    : It is very probable that some language are more suitable to being used as a medium for logical thinking than others are.
  56. (l) which a wave or force traverses

  57. 2009, Douglas C. Giancoli, ''Natuurkunde. Deel 2: Elektriciteit, magnetism, optica en moderne fysica'', (tr. by Marianne Kerkhof & Louis Rijk Vertaling, red. by Luc van Hoorebeeke & Jan Rykebusch), Pearson (4th edition), 1100.

  58. Ze noemden dit transparante medium de ether en gingen ervan uit dat de hele ruimte ervan doordrongen was.
    : They called this transparent medium aether and assumed that all of space was completely pervaded by it.
  59. (l)

  60. means of communication, media outlet

  61. data (l), something that contains data

  62. (l), someone who claims to access the dead

  63. something of medium size

  64. of medium size

  65. (l),

  66. anything having a measurement intermediate between extremes.

  67. the means, channel, or agency by which an aim is achieved.

  68. someone who supposedly conveys information from the spirit world.

  69. the materials or empty space through which signals, waves or forces pass.

  70. a nutrient solution for the growth.

  71. (inflection of)

  72. middle, center, medium, midst

  73. community, public, publicity

  74. a (l) (q)

  75. (l) (gl)

  76. means (gl)

  77. voice

  78. a medium, a middle part in communication, a substance useful for communication (e.g. aether), a spiritual connection