suomi-englanti sanakirja

people englannista suomeksi

  1. kansa, väki

  2. sukulaiset, suku

  3. kansoittaa, asuttaa

  4. väestö

  5. ihmiset

  1. Substantiivi

  2. väki, ihmiset (monikko)

  3. kansa, väestö

  4. väki, henkilökunta

  5. suku, sukulaiset

  6. kansa

  7. Verbi

  8. asuttaa

  9. lisääntyä

  10. asua

people englanniksi

  1. (non-gloss definition); a body of human beings considered generally or collectively; a group of two or more persons.

  2. (syn)


  3. c. 1607, plaque recording the Channel floods, 1607|Bristol Channel floods:

  4. XXII people was in this parrish drownd.
  5. (quote-book)|author=Jane Austen|year=1813|oclc=38659585|url=|chapter=6

  6. (quote-book)|chapter=12

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  8. (quote-journal)

  9. Persons forming or belonging to a particular group, such as a nation, class, ethnic group, country, family, etc.

  10. (RQ:Haggard She)

  11. 1966, (w), Concession Speech:

  12. The people have spoken, the bastards.
  13. A group of persons regarded as being employees, followers, companions or subjects of a ruler.

  14. (RQ:KJV)

  15. 1952, ''(w), (w)'', Thomas Nelson & Sons, (w) 1:3:

  16. The ox knows its owner, and the ass its master's crib; but Israel does not know, my people does not understand.
  17. One's colleagues or employees.

  18. (quote-book)|genre=fiction|publisher=(w)|isbn=9781847395757|page=250|pageurl=|passage=Kennedy looked down at Flood's desk and thought about the possibilities. "Can you locate him?""I already have my people checking on all three. So far I've only been able to confirm the whereabouts of the Jordanian officer."

  19. (quote-book)

  20. A person's ancestors, relatives or family.

  21. The mass of a community as distinguished from a special class (elite); the commonalty; the populace; the vulgar; the common crowd; the citizens.

  22. {{quote-journal|en|date=June 21 2013|author=Oliver Burkeman|authorlink=Oliver Burkeman

  23. (monikko) en|person.

  24. (senseid) To stock with people or inhabitants; to fill as with people; to populate.

  25. 1674, Dryden|John Dryden, ''The State of Innocence and the Fall of Man'', Act II, Scene I:

  26. He would not be alone, who all things can; / But peopled Heav'n with Angels, Earth with Man.
  27. (RQ:Landon Ethel Churchill)

  28. To become populous or populated.

  29. (senseid) To inhabit; to occupy; to populate.

  30. (ante) Milton|John Milton, ''Penseroso|Il Penseroso'', lines 7–8:

  31. (..) / As thick and numberless / As the gay motes that people the Sun Beams, / (..)
  32. To interact with people; to socialize.

  33. 2018, Jennifer L. Armentrout, ''The Darkest Star'', Tor Teen ((ISBN)), page 149:

  34. I don&39;t people well.” “Not peopling well is a crap excuse,” I retorted, and started to step around him, but a sudden thought occurred to me.
  35. 2019, Casey Diam, ''Love'',

  36. My head tilted as Calvin said, "Don't worry about him. He just doesn't ''people'' well.
    ''The fuck? I people. Sometimes. With people I know.''
  37. 2020, Teri Anne Stanley, ''Lucky Chance Cowboy'', Sourcebooks, Inc. ((ISBN))

  38. I don&39;t people well.” He laughed at that. “You do okay,” he assured her.
  39. a celebrity, celebrities, famous person(s)

  40. 2004, Emmanuel Davidenkoff and Didier Hassoux, ''Luc Ferry: une comédie du pouvoir, 2002–2004'' (''Luc Ferry: A Comedy of Power, 2002–2004''), Hachette, (ISBN),

  41. (quote)
  42. 2008, Martine Delvaux, "''L’égoïsme romantique'' de Frédéric Beigbeder" ("Frédéric Beigbeder's ''L’égoïsme romantique'' (qualifier)"), in Alain-Philippe Durand (editor), ''Frédéric Beigbeder et ses doubles'' (''Frédéric Beigbeder and His Doubles''), Rodopi, (ISBN), page 95:

  43. showbusiness, popular media that feature stories on celebrities and famous people (as represented by magazines such as ''People'', (UK) ''Hello!'', (France) ''Paris Match'')

  44. (alt form)