mention

suomi-englanti sanakirja

mention englannista suomeksi

  1. mainita

  2. viittaus

  3. kunniamaininta

  4. viite

  1. Substantiivi

  2. maininta

  3. Verbi

  4. mainita, viitata

  5. mainita

mention englanniksi

  1. A speaking or notice of anything, usually in a brief or cursory manner. Used especially in the phrase ''make mention of.''

  2. (RQ:KJV)

  3. I will make mention of thy righteousness.
  4. *(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 8)

  5. A social media feed, a list of replies or posts mentioning a person.

  6. (quote-journal)

  7. (quote-journal).

  8. (quote-journal) and Eve Peyser |titleurl=https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/03/opinion/bari-weiss-eve-peyser-friendship.html |title=Can You Like the Person You Love to Hate? |date=December 3, 2018 |journal=The New York Times |text=I didn’t delete my account — yet! I know! I am full of shame! — but I did change the way I use it (no looking at my mentions; far less tweeting; aiming to highlight the work of people I like rather than criticize the work of those I don’t).

  9. To make a short reference to something.

  10. To utter a word or expression order to refer to the expression itself, as opposed to its usual referent.

  11. 2006, Tony Evans, ''The Transforming Word: Discovering the Power and Provision of the Bible'', Moody Publishers (ISBN), page 140

  12. I can illustrate this by mentioning the word lead. Now you have no way of knowing for sure which meaning I have in mind until I give it some context by using it in a sentence.
  13. 2009, Lieven Vandelanotte, ''Speech and Thought Representation in English: A Cognitive-functional Approach'', Walter de Gruyter (ISBN), page 124

  14. If the verbatimness view derives from the popular notion that DST repeats 'the actual words spoken', a second line of thought takes its cue from Quine's (1940: 23–26, 1960: 146–156) philosophical distinction between words which are “used” vs. words which are merely “mentioned”.
  15. 2013, Richard Hanley, ''South Park and Philosophy: Bigger, Longer, and More Penetrating'', Open Court (ISBN)

  16. If I said rightly, “'Niggers' is a seven letter word,” I would be mentioning the word, and when we write it, we use mention-quotes for this purpose (speech typically lacks quotes, except for the occasional air-quotes). If I said, rightly or wrongly, “Niggers are good athletes,” then I would be using “niggers,” not merely mentioning it.
  17. mention (act of mentioning)

  18. slogan