suomi-englanti sanakirja

mire englannista suomeksi

  1. suo

  2. loka, lieju, muta

  3. jumiutua, juuttua

  4. liata

  5. jumiuttaa

  6. jäädä kiinni

  1. suo, lieju, muta

  2. Verbi

  3. Substantiivi

mire englanniksi

  1. Deep mud; moist, spongy earth.

  2. ''When Caliban was lazy and neglected his work, Ariel (who was invisible to all eyes but Prospero’s) would come slyly and pinch him, and sometimes tumble him down in the mire.'' (Lamb|Charles Lamb, ''Tales from Shakespeare'', Hatier, coll. « Les Classiques pour tous » n° 223, p. 51)

  3. (syn)



  4. An undesirable situation, a predicament.

  5. (quote-journal)|city=London|date=2 April 2017|passage=Swansea seemed to be pulling clear of trouble with five wins in their first eight games following head coach Paul Clement's appointment, but two successive defeats had dragged the Swans back into the mire.

  6. To cause or permit to become stuck in mud; to plunge or fix in mud.

  7. (ux)

  8. To sink into mud.

  9. To down.

  10. To soil with mud or foul matter.

  11. (RQ:Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing)

  12. An ant.

  13. (quote-text)"

  14. (quote-text)

  15. (inflection of)

  16. in surprise, in awe, in an amazed way

  17. aim (action of aiming) (datedef)

  18. foresight (of rifle) (datedef)

  19. target (datedef)

  20. pattern

  21. rod (measuring tool)

  22. medieval physician

  23. (hypernyms)


  24. for what (purpose)?

  25. whereupon (gloss)

  26. the time, when

  27. quickness, rapidity

  28. spiritedness, ardor

  29. madness, frenzy, mania

  30. (monikko) it|mira

  31. (senseid) Marshy or swampy land; a mire or peat.

  32. A region of marshy or swampy land.

  33. A muddy or dirt-covered region.

  34. Iniquity, sinfulness; immoral behaviour.

  35. A quagmire or conundrum.

  36. A puddle or pond; a watery hollow.

  37. (senseid) ant

  38. (pt-verb form of)

  39. clay

  40. bridegroom

  41. merriment, mirth, frolic

  42. (es-verb form of)