modern

suomi-englanti sanakirja

modern englannista suomeksi

  1. modernisti, nykyaikainen ihminen

  2. modern

  3. nykyaikainen

  4. uudenaikainen

  5. nyky-

  1. moderni, nykyaikainen, uudenaikainen

  2. moderni

  3. Substantiivi

modern englanniksi

  1. Modern

  1. Pertaining to a current or recent time and style; not ancient.

  2. (ux)(nowrap) in the 1600s, the building still has (nowrap)

  3. (RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher).

  4. 2018, Timothy Snyder, "How Did the Nazis Gain Power in Germany?", ''The New York Times'', June 14, 2018

  5. In fact, he had created the conditions for the great horror of modern times.
  6. (quote-journal)| title=Obama goes troll-hunting| passage=The solitary, lumbering trolls of Scandinavian mythology would sometimes be turned to stone by exposure to sunlight. Barack Obama is hoping that several measures announced on June 4th will have a similarly paralysing effect on their modern incarnation, the patent troll.

  7. Pertaining to the period (c.1800 to contemporary times), particularly in academic historiography.

  8. Someone who lives in modern times.

  9. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jone)

  10. The only supernatural agents which can in any manner be allowed to us moderns, are ghosts; but of these I would advise an author to be extremely sparing.
  11. 1779, Edward Capell, John Collins, ''Notes and various readings to Shakespeare''

  12. What the moderns could mean by their suppression of the final couplet's repeatings, cannot be conceiv'd (..)
  13. 1930, (w), ''The Resurrection of Rome''

  14. They at least had the immense and mighty imagination of which I speak; they could unthink the past. They could uncreate the Fall. With a reverence which moderns might think impudence, they could uncreate the Creation.
  15. 1956, John Albert Wilson, ''The Culture of Ancient Egypt'' (page 144)

  16. Even though we moderns can never crawl inside the skin of the ancient and think and feel as he did (..) we must as historians make the attempt.
  17. (quote-book)

  18. The modern time.

  19. 2016, Professor of European Literature Ben Hutchinson, Dr, Lateness and Modern European Literature

  20. This sense that the modern can be understood as that which attempts to demarcate itself from the past—but which in doing so binds itself to this past—resonates through to the modernism of the early twentieth century.
  21. (l)

  22. modernist

  23. (syn)

  24. to rot, to molder

  25. modern

  26. state-of-the-art

  27. (l).

  28. (l); pertaining to current style

  29. (sv-noun-form-def)