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period englannista suomeksi

  1. kuukautiset

  2. loppu

  3. piste

  4. periodi, aikakausi, vaihe

  5. jakso

  6. erä

  7. kausi

  1. Substantiivi

  2. jakso, ajanjakso, aika

  3. kestoaika

  4. päätepiste

  5. aika, ajanjakso

  6. lause

  7. piste

  8. jakso, jaksonaika

  9. hetki, ajankohta

  10. kausi

  11. tunti

  12. erä

  13. jakso

  14. geeni">period-geeni

  15. periodi

  16. Verbi

period englanniksi

  1. A length of time. (defdate)

  2. (ux)

  3. {{quote-journal|en|date=December 14, 2011|author=Steven Morris|work=Guardian

  4. A period of time in history seen as a single coherent entity; an epoch, era. (defdate)

  5. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  6. The punctuation mark “.” (indicating the ending of a sentence or marking an abbreviation).

  7. (quote-book)

  8. A decisive end to something; a stop.

  9. The length of time during which the same characteristics of a periodic phenomenon recur, such as the repetition of a wave or the rotation of a planet. (defdate)

  10. Female menstruation; an episode of this. (defdate)

  11. A section of an artist's, writer's (etc.) career distinguished by a given quality, preoccupation etc. (defdate)

  12. Each of the divisions into which a school day is split, allocated to a given subject or activity. (defdate)

  13. Each of the intervals, typically three, of which a game is divided. (defdate)

  14. One or more additional intervals to decide a tied game, an overtime period.

  15. The length of time for a disease to run its course. (defdate)

  16. An end or conclusion; the final point of a process etc. (defdate)

  17. (RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives)

  18. (RQ:Montaigne Florio Essayes).

  19. (quote-book)|chapter=Advent Sunday Dooms-Day Book: Or, Christ’s Advent to Judgement|title=Ἐνιαυτος: A Course of Sermons for All the Sundays Of the Year|location=London|publisher=R. Norton|year_published=1673|page=8|pageurl=|passage=(..)and yet this is but the ἀρχή ὠδίνων, the Beginning of those evils which shall never End till eternity hath a period(..)

  20. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  21. A complete sentence, especially one expressing a single thought or making a balanced, rhythmic whole. (defdate)

  22. 1641, (w), ''Timber''

  23. Periods are beautiful when they are not too long.
  24. 1644, (w), ''Areopagitica'':

  25. that such iron moulds as these shall have autority to knaw out the choicest periods of exquisitest books, and to commit such a treacherous fraud against the orphan remainders of worthiest men after death, the more sorrow will belong to that haples race of men, whose misfortune it is to have understanding.
  26. (RQ:Wollstonecraft Vindication)

  27. 1853, Dickens|Charles Dickens, ''Bleak House'', ch 1:

  28. A very superior gentleman, Mr. Kenge. Truly eloquent indeed. Some of his periods quite majestic!
  29. A specific moment during a given process; a point, a stage. (defdate)

  30. 1720, Alexander Pope, translating Homer, ''Iliad'', Book IV (note 125):

  31. The Death of Patroclus was the most eminent Period; and consequently the most proper Time for such Games.
  32. A row in the table of the elements. (defdate)

  33. A geochronologic unit of millions to tens of millions of years; a subdivision of an era, and subdivided into epochs.

  34. A ''Drosophila'' gene, the product of which is involved in regulation of the rhythm.

  35. (quote-journal)

  36. (quote-web)

  37. (senseid) Two phrases (an phrase|antecedent and a phrase|consequent phrase).

  38. The length of an interval over which a function, periodic sequence or decimal repeats; often the least such length.

  39. End point, conclusion.

  40. 1590, (w), ''Greenes Mourning Garment'', London: Thomas Newman, “The Shepheards Tale,” p. 17,

  41. As thus all gazed on hir, so she glaunced hir lookes on all, surueying them as curiously, as they noted hir exactly, but at last she set downe her period on the face of ''Alexis'' (..)
  42. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)

  43. 1629, (w), “A Description of Love” in ''Bosworth-field with a Taste of the Variety of Other Poems'', London: Henry Seile, p. 100,

  44. When Loue thus in his Center ends,
    Desire and Hope, his inward friends
    Are shaken off: while Doubt and Griefe,
    The weakest giuers of reliefe,
    Stand in his councell as the chiefe:
    And now he to his period brought,
    From Loue becomes some other thought.
  45. 1651, (w), ''The Ordinary'', London: Humphrey Moseley, Act III, Scene 5, p. 51,

  46. Set up an hour-glasse; hee’l go on untill
    The last sand make his Period.
  47. Designating anything from a given historical era. (rfex)

  48. ''a period car''

    ''a period TV commercial''

  49. Evoking, or appropriate for, a particular historical period, especially through the use of elaborate costumes and scenery.

  50. 2004, Mark Singer, ''Somewhere in America'', Houghton Mifflin, page 70:

  51. As the guests arrived — there were about a hundred, a majority in period attire — I began to feel out of place in my beige summer suit, white shirt, and red necktie. Then I got over it. I certainly didn't suffer from Confederate-uniform envy.
  52. That's final; that's the end of the matter (analogous to a period ending a sentence); of story.

  53. ''I know you don't want to go to the dentist, but your teeth need to be checked, period!''

  54. To come to a period; to conclude.

  55. (RQ:Feltham Resolve)

  56. For you may period upon this, that where there is the most pity for others, there is the greatest misery in the party pitied.
  57. To put an end to.

  58. (l) (gl)

  59. (syn)

  60. (alternative form of)

  61. period (of time)

  62. a period, a limited amount of time

  63. period