suomi-englanti sanakirja

nurse englannista suomeksi

  1. elätellä

  2. hoitaja, sairaanhoitaja

  3. imettää

  4. hoitaa

  5. imettäjä

  6. hoivata

  1. lastenhoitaja

  2. sairaanhoitaja, hoitaja, hoitajatar|f, sairaanhoitajatar|f

  3. imettää

  4. hoitaa

  5. hoitaa, hoivata

  6. Substantiivi

nurse englanniksi

  1. A nurse.

  2. A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people’s young.

  3. (ux)

  4. A person trained to provide care for the sick.

  5. 1990, (w), (w), ''of Cards (UK TV show)|House of Cards'', Season 1, Episode 4

  6. ''Francis Urquhart:'' Right. Mackenzie. Health. No chance of getting him into a demo at a hospital, I suppose?''Tim Stamper:'' Doesn't go to hospitals any more. Kept getting beaten up by the nurses... I think he has trouble getting insured now.
  7. One who, or that which, brings up, rears, causes to grow, trains, or fosters.

  8. (RQ:Burke Revolution in France)

  9. A shrub or tree that protects a young plant.

  10. A lieutenant or officer who takes command when the captain is unfit for his place.

  11. A larva of certain trematodes, which produces cercariae by reproduction.

  12. To breastfeed: to feed (a baby) at the breast; to suckle.

  13. ''She believes that nursing her baby will make him strong and healthy''.

  14. To breastfeed: to be fed at the breast.

  15. To for (someone), especially in sickness; to tend to.

  16. ''She nursed him back to health.''

  17. To treat kindly and with extra care.

  18. ''She nursed the rosebush and that season it bloomed.''

  19. To manage with care and economy.

  20. (synonyms)

  21. To drink slowly, to make it last.

  22. ''Rob was nursing a small beer.''

  23. To foster, to nourish.

  24. (quote-journal)|url=|passage=If, like me, you have been confined to your home, glued to the news and nursing ever greater anxiety about the state of the world, you have probably become familiar with the sight of the World Health Organization’s director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, and his daily press briefings.

  25. To hold closely to one's chest

  26. ''Would you like to nurse the puppy?''

  27. To strike (billiard balls) gently, so as to keep them in good position during a series of shots.

  28. 1866, United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War, ''Supplemental report of the Joint Committee''

  29. It is to our interest to let Lee and Johnston come together, just as a billiard-player would nurse the balls when he has them in a nice place
  30. A shark or dogfish.

  31. (alt form)