suomi-englanti sanakirja

outside englannista suomeksi

  1. ulkopuoli

  2. ulko-

  3. ulkokenttä

  4. ulkona

  5. kenttä-

  6. ulkopuolinen

  7. ulkoa tuleva

  8. hyvin pieni

  9. ulkopuolelta

  1. Substantiivi

  2. ulkopuoli

  3. ulkopuolinen, ulkoinen

  4. ulos, ulkona

  5. ulkona where, ulos where to

  6. ulkopuolella

  7. Verbi

outside englanniksi

  1. The part of something that faces out; the outer surface.

  2. (ux)

  3. 1653, (w) (translator), (w), ''s:Gargantua/The Author's Prologue to the First Book|Gargantua'', "The Author's Prologue to the First Book"

  4. Silenes of old swere little boxes, like those we now may see in the shops of apothecaries, painted on the outside with wanton toyish figures, as harpies, satyrs, bridled geese, horned hares, saddled ducks, flying goats, thiller harts, and other such-like counterfeited pictures at discretion, ...
  5. 1890, (w), ''the Other Half Lives/Chapter XIV|How the Other Half Lives'',

  6. The outside of the building gives no valuable clew.
  7. 1911, ''Encyclopædia Britannica/Cab|Cab'', article in ''(w)'',

  8. The number of persons which the cab is licensed to carry must be painted at the back on the outside.
  9. The external appearance of someone or something.

  10. The space beyond some limit or boundary.

  11. (RQ:Spectator)

  12. I in great Transport threw open the Door of my Chamber, and found the greatest Part of the Family standing on the Outside in a very great Consternation
  13. 1967, (w), ''(w)'',

  14. Have you seen my wife, Mr Jones?,Do you know what it's like on the outside?
  15. 1982, (w), (w), (w), ''(w)''

  16. Four buffalo gals go 'round the outside 'Round the outside 'Round the outside Four buffalo gals go 'round the outside And do-si-do your partners.
  17. The furthest limit, as to number, quantity, extent, etc.

  18. The part of a road towards the central division: towards the right if one drives on the left, or towards the left if one drives on the right.

  19. The side of a curved road, racetrack etc. that has the longer arc length; the side of a racetrack furthest from the interior of the course or some other point of reference.

  20. The outer part of the sea, away from the peak of a wave.

  21. 2011, Rick Hansen, ''Leadership and The Art of Surfing'' (page xi)

  22. When a wave mounds on the outside and takes its shape, a surfer quickly paddles to the peak, positions himself in its evolving momentum, swings his board around, aligns with the peak, and thrusts himself into its cascading shape.
  23. A passenger riding on the outside of a coach or carriage.

  24. (RQ:Dickens Pickwick Papers)

  25. Of or pertaining to the outer surface, limit or boundary.

  26. 1901, Franklin|Miles Franklin, ''Brilliant Career/Chapter 5|My Brilliant Career'',

  27. Household drudgery, woodcutting, milking, and gardening soon roughen the hands and dim the outside polish.
  28. (quote-book) of the diameter of the wheel centre.

  29. Of, pertaining to or originating from beyond the outer surface, limit or boundary.

  30. 1938 (believed written c.1933), P. Lovecraft|H. P. Lovecraft, ''Book (Lovecraft)|The Book'',

  31. Dogs had a fear of me, for they felt the outside shadow which never left my side.
  32. 1976, Schucman|Helen Schucman, ''Course in Miracles/Text/Chapter 21|A Course in Miracles'',

  33. It is the witness to your state of mind, the outside picture of an inward condition.
  34. 1993 September 3, Ammerman|Nancy Tatom Ammerman, ''to the Justice and Treasury Departments regarding law enforcement interaction with the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas|Report to the Justice and Treasury Departments regarding law enforcement interaction with the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas'',

  35. Nor did they consult with outside persons in religious studies, sociology of religion, or psychology of religion.
  36. Away from the interior or center of something.

  37. {{quote-book|en|year=2003|author=Timothy Noakes|title=Lore of Running|publisher=Human Kinetics|isbn=9780873229593|page=731

  38. Originating from, arranged by, or being someone outside an organization, group, etc.

  39. ''The Board did not trust outside information about their rivals.''

  40. {{quote-book|en|year=1968|author=Barney G. Glaser|title=Organizational Careers|publisher=Transaction Publishers|isbn=9780202367637|page=23

  41. Extending or going beyond the borders or scope of an organization, group, etc.

  42. {{quote-book|en|year=2004|author=Viktor Zander|title=Identity and Marginality among New Australians: Religion and Ethnicity in Victoria's Slavic Baptist Community|publisher=Walter de Gruyter|isbn=9783110902433|page=88

  43. Away (gloss) from the batter as it crosses home plate.

  44. Reaching the extreme or farthest limit, as to extent, quantity, etc; maximum.

  45. Positioned towards the central division of a road: towards the right-hand side if one drives on the left, or left-hand side if one drives on the right.

  46. Positioned towards the shoulder of a road: towards the left-hand side if one drives on the left, or right-hand side if one drives on the right.

  47. Not legally married to or related to (e.g. not born in wedlock to), and/or not residing with, a specified other person (parent, child, or partner); existing between two such people. (q), (m).

  48. (antonyms)

  49. 1994, Caroline H. Bledsoe, Gilles Pison, ''Nuptiality in Sub-Saharan Africa: contemporary anthropological and demographic perspectives'' (Oxford University Press, USA):

  50. Isaac Nathan's Christian wife served as godmother to his outside son, born after their Christian marriage. She allowed the boy, but not his mother, to live with her, her husband, and their two children.
  51. {{quote-book|en|year=2008|author=Miriam Koktvedgaard Zeitzen|title=Polygamy: A Cross-Cultural Analysis|publisher=A&C Black|isbn=9781845202217|page=158

  52. 2009, Marjorie Keniston McIntosh, ''Yoruba women, work, and social change'' (Indiana Univ. Pr.):

  53. The legitimacy and inheritance rights of children were questionable, because colonial law did not acknowledge the validity of an outside marriage contracted after a monogamous, Christian one.
  54. {{quote-book|en|year=2013|author=John C.S. Fray|author2=Janice G Douglas|title=Pathophysiology of Hypertension in Blacks|publisher=Springer|isbn=9781461475774|page=78

  55. 2014, Mary Jo Maynes, Ann Waltner, Birgitte Soland, ''Gender, Kinship and Power'', page 256:

  56. The latter is her “outside” child in reference to her conjugal tie at the time. Should she leave this man and move in again with the father of her first child, then the three younger children assume the place of “outside” children, ...
  57. (seemoreCites)

  58. To or in the outdoors or outside; to or in an area that is beyond the scope, limits{{, or borders of a given place.

  59. (senseid) Not in prison.

  60. 1964, Merfyn Turner, ''A Pretty Sort of Prison'', page 15:

  61. It is the prison that supports the image of the criminal (..) he's lost when he's outside.
  62. Outdoors.

  63. (quote-book)|title=(w)

  64. On the outside of, not inside (something, such as a building).

  65. 1919 June 28, the and Associated Powers|Allied and Associated Powers and Germany, ''of Versailles/Part IV|Treaty of Versailles'', Part IV—German Rights and Interests outside Germany,

  66. In territory outside her European frontiers as fixed by the present Treaty, Germany renounces all rights, titles and privileges whatever in or over territory which belonged to her or to her allies, and all rights, titles and privileges whatever their origin which she held as against the Allied and Associated Powers.
  67. (RQ:Sinclair Jungle)

  68. 1982, United States Congress|97th Congress of the United States, ''Identities Protection Act of 1982|Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982'',

  69. There is jurisdiction over an offense under section 601 committed outside the United States if the individual committing the offense is a citizen of the United States or an alien lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence (as defined in section 101(a)(20) of the Immigration and Nationality Act).
  70. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae)

  71. Beyond the scope, limits{{, or borders of.

  72. ''tourists from outside the country''

  73. Near, but not in.

  74. 1898, G. Wells|H. G. Wells, ''War of the Worlds/Book 2/Chapter 1|The War of the Worlds'',

  75. Up the hill Richmond town was burning briskly; outside the town of Richmond there was no trace of the Black Smoke.
  76. 2002, Green (author)|Jane Green, ''Bookends'', 2003 trade paperback edition, (ISBN), outside back cover:

  77. Jane Green (..) lives outside New York City with her husband and children.
  78. 2010 December, Patricia Corrigan, "Beyond Congregations", ''OY!'' (magazine section), ''St. Louis Jewish Light'', volume 63, number 50, page 24:

  79. Kastner lives in University City with his wife, Leslie Cohen, who works for the Jewish Federation, and their 17-month-old old(SI) son. Kastner grew up outside Cleveland.
  80. Except, from.

  81. To ostracize or exclude.

  82. 2010, Julie Hanlon Rubio, ''Family Ethics: Practices for Christians'' (page 153)

  83. Alison affirms that the kingdom of God does not rely on the sort of “outsiding” that most people find necessary to affirm identity. Keenan, echoing this claim, writes, “While the rest of humanity finds its identity in excluding, Jesus works for a sense of inclusiveness that defines him and, hopefully, us.”
  84. 2018, Shraddha Chatterjee, ''Queer Politics in India: Towards Sexual Subaltern Subjects''

  85. While the queer subject is outsided by the norm of reproductive heterosexuality, it feels its material effects and affects, even embodies this outsided-ness; (..)