panic

suomi-englanti sanakirja

panic englannista suomeksi

  1. saattaa pakokauhun valtaan

  2. joutua pakokauhun valtaan, panikoida

  3. kauhu, paniikki

  1. paniikki

  2. Substantiivi

panic englanniksi

  1. (alternative case form of)

  2. (synonyms)

  3. Of fear, fright, etc: overwhelming or sudden.

  4. (RQ:Montaigne Florio Essayes)

  5. (RQ:Plutarch Holland Morals) vvas captaine general of the Thebans, there vvas never ſeene in his campe any of theſe ſudden fooliſh frights, vvithout any certeine cauſe, vvhich they call ''Panique Terrores''.

  6. (RQ:Ward Simple Cobler)

  7. (RQ:Herbert Travaile)

  8. (RQ:Dryden Fables)

  9. (quote-book)|series=(w)|seriesvolume=2|location=London; Boston, Mass.|publisher=(w)|year=1978|page=239|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/liviaorburiedali0000durr/page/239/mode/1up|isbn=978-0-571-11297-5|passage=At that moment a flight of birds passed close overhead, and at the whirr of their wings a panic fear seized her.

  10. (quote-book)|title=Amatoria|The Art of Love|edition=paperback|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Library|The Modern Library|year=1993|year_published=2002|isbn=978-0-375-76117-1|passage=Terrified, he looked down from the skies / At the waves, and panic blackness filled his eyes.

  11. Pertaining to or resulting from overwhelming fear or fright.

  12. (RQ:Fuller Holy State) King of Sweden|para=5|page=332|passage=He perceived hovv that many vvomen follovved his ſouldiers, ſome being their vvives, and ſome vvanting nothing to make them ſo but marriage, (..) The King coming to a great river, after his men and the vvagons vvere paſſed over, cauſed the bridge to be broken dovvn, hoping ſo to be rid of theſe feminine impediments; but they on a ſudden liſt up a panick ſhrick vvhich pierced the skies, and the ſouldiers hearts on the other ſide of the river, vvho inſtantly vovved not to ſtirre a foot farther, except vvith baggage, and that the vvomen might be fetch'd over, vvhich vvas done accordingly.

  13. (RQ:Defoe Dutch Deputies)

  14. Overwhelming fear or fright, often affecting groups of people or animals; an instance of this; a fright, a scare.

  15. (RQ:Vance Nobody)

  16. (RQ:Fitzgerald Great Gatsby)

  17. (RQ:Allingham China Governess)

  18. (quote-book)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|year=1994|page=33|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/hippopotamus00frys_0/page/33/mode/1up|isbn=978-1-56947-054-1|passage=With a bolt of fright he remembered that there was no bathroom in the Hobhouse Room. He leapt along the corridor in a panic, stopping by the long-case clock at the end where he flattened himself against the wall.

  19. (short for); any system crash.

  20. (quote-book)

  21. A rapid reduction in asset prices due to broad efforts to raise cash in anticipation of such prices continuing to decline.

  22. (quote-journal)|date=11 July 2008|passage="There is sort of a panic going on, and that is not what ought to be," Dodd|Chris Dodd, a Democrat from Connecticut, said at a press conference in Washington today. "Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were never bottom feeders in the residential mortgage market."

  23. A highly amusing or entertaining performer, performance, or show; a riot, a scream.

  24. To cause (someone) to feel (l); also, to frighten (someone) into acting hastily.

  25. (RQ:Kipling Limits and Renewals)

  26. To cause (a system) to crash.

  27. To highly amuse, entertain, or impress (an audience watching a performance or show).

  28. To feel panic, or overwhelming fear or fright; to out, to lose one's head.

  29. (quote-av)|title=Our House is on Fire|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrF1THd4bUM|location=Davos, Graubünden, Switzerland|publisher=(w)|date=25 January 2019|time=5:22|passage=I don't want you to be hopeful, I want you to panic. I want you to feel the fear I feel every day and then I want you to act.

  30. Of a computer system: to crash.

  31. millet|Foxtail millet or (vern) (''italica''), the second-most widely grown species of millet.

  32. A plant of the genus ''Panicum'', or of similar plants of other genera (especially ''Echinochloa'' and ''Setaria'') formerly included within ''Panicum''; panicgrass or grass.

  33. (RQ:Turner New Herball) hathe no name in Engliſh yet&11805; but it may well be called panick after y&868; Latin. Panik hath leues lyke vnto a rede when it commeth firſt furth. (..) &91;folio 76, verso&93; Dioſcorides writeth y&877; Panic hathe the ſame vertue y&877; Milleth hathe&11805; but that it noriſheth & byndeth leſſe. Galene ſayeth y&877; panic is of the kynde of pulſes&11805; and in lykenes lyke vnto millet&11805; and alſo in vertue of ſmall noriſhmẽt&11805; and dry.|translation=Panicum (..) hath no name in English yet, but it may well be called panic after the Latin. Panic hath leaves like unto a reed when it cometh first forth. (..) Dioscorides|Pedanius Dioscorides writeth that panic hath the same virtue that millet hath, but that it nourisheth and bindeth less. (w) sayeth that panic is of the kind of pulses, and in likeness like unto millet, and also in virtue of small nourishment, and dry.

  34. (RQ:Gerard Herball)

  35. The edible grain obtained from one of the above plants.

  36. male virgin

  37. Refers to several thorny shrubs; cockspur, panic, panicgrass

  38. (syn)