suomi-englanti sanakirja

nap englannista suomeksi

  1. torkut, nokkaunet, tirsat, nokoset

  2. nukkapinta

  3. napoleon

  4. torkahtaa

  1. nokoset (monikko) , nokkaunet (monikko) , tirsat (monikko) colloquial, torkut (monikko) colloquial, päiväunet

  2. ottaa nokoset

  3. nukka

  4. nap, napoleon

  5. Substantiivi

nap englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A short period of sleep, especially one during the day.

  2. (syn)

  3. To have a nap; to sleep for a short period of time, especially during the day.

  4. To be off one's guard.

  5. ''a.'' 1684, (w), ''(w)''

  6. I took thee napping, unprepared.


  7. (senseid) A soft or fuzzy surface, generally on fabric or leather.

  8. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)

  9. (RQ:Melville Moby-Dick)

  10. 1939, (w), ''The Big Sleep'', Penguin 2011, page 37:

  11. There were low bookshelves, there was a thick pinkish Chinese rug in which a gopher could have spent a week without showing his nose above the nap.
  12. 1961, ''Skyline'', page 9:

  13. THEY CALL IT the "nap of the Earth," that area from the ground to the level of surrounding trees and hills, the thin rug of foliage and rock folds at the Earth&39;s skin line that has become all-important to the United States Army.
  14. 1987, ''Some Data Processing Requirements for Precision Nap-Of-the-Earth (NOE) Guidance and Control of Rotorcraft'':

  15. If incorporated in automatic guidance, this practical pursuit adjustment will enhance pilot acceptance of automatic guidance in following nap-of-the-earth profiles with precision.
  16. (senseid) The common direction, on some kinds of fabric, of the hairs making up the 4|pile.

  17. ''If the fabric has a nap, make sure all pieces are cut with the nap going the same direction.''

  18. 1969, ''Classic Car'', volumes 17-19, page 32:

  19. Instead of grinding the pistons straight around the axis, they are ground diagonally with a special-built machine. As a result, the “nap” of the metal is turned in such a way that, when it meets the “nap” of the cylinder wall, both surfaces quickly develop a high finish which removes the danger of scoring a piston.
  20. To form or raise a soft or fuzzy surface on (fabric or leather).

  21. (senseid) A type of bet in British racing, based on the experts' best tips.

  22. 2005, Leighton Vaughan-Williams, ''The Economics of Gambling'' (page 71)

  23. 4. Races run on English, Welsh or Scottish racecourses. This criterion was included so that media tipsters (si) nap selections in general could be analysed; the source of naps, ''The Racing Rag'' 'tipster table', summarises the nap selections of newspaper tipsters, who restrict their selection to horses running at racecourses in these countries.
  24. A game in which players take tricks; properly (m).

  25. A bid to take five tricks in the card game Napoleon.

  26. To grab; to nab.

  27. To cover (something) with a sauce. (q)

  28. 2006, Wayne Gisslen, Mary Ellen Griffin, ''Professional Cooking for Canadian Chefs'':

  29. Vanilla ice cream topped with a poached or canned pear half, napped with chocolate sauce, and garnished with toasted sliced almonds.
  30. A cup, bowl.

  31. turnip, ''rapa''

  32. great

  33. drinking cup

  34. (senseid) day

  35. (uxi)

  36. (senseid) sun (gloss), (q) solar

  37. on the specified (kind or number of) day(s)

  38. (senseid) A bowl for one's beverages; a chalice.

  39. (senseid) A (l) or doze; a short sleep.

  40. (alt form)

  41. turnip (''rapa'')

  42. turnip or swede (''napus'')

  43. carrot