suomi-englanti sanakirja

pipe englannista suomeksi

  1. pilli, huilu

  2. soittaa pillillä

  3. letku, putki

  4. koristaa tereellä

  5. piippu

  6. johtaa putkissa

  7. piipittää

  1. Substantiivi

  2. huilu, pilli

  3. urkupilli

  4. viserrys of birds; piipitys more general

  5. putki

  6. suoni blood vesse, torvi windpipe etc.

  7. päärme

  8. purkauskanava

  9. maalitolppa

  10. letku

  11. pystyviiva

  12. Verbi

pipe englanniksi

  1. (non-gloss definition)

  2. A instrument consisting of a tube, often lined with holes to allow for adjustment in pitch, sounded by blowing into the tube. (defdate)

  3. (quote-song)|year=1913|page=1|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/sm_dannyboy/page/n3/mode/1up|oclc=82744196|passage=Oh, Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are callingFrom glen to glen, and down the mountain side,The summer's gone and all the roses falling,It's you, it's you must go and I must bide.

  4. A tube used to produce sound in an organ; an pipe. (defdate)

  5. (quote-book)|year2=2014|section2=part 3 (Musical Instruments), section 18.7 (The Theater Organ)|page2=245|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=PXtpAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA245|isbn2=978-0-486-77934-8|passage=Most theater organs use many sets (ranks) of reed and flue pipes of various shapes, pipe scales, and so forth to generate a variety of timbres.

  6. The key or sound of the voice. (defdate)

  7. (RQ:Shakespeare Twelfth Night)

  8. A high-pitched sound, especially of a bird. (defdate)

  9. (RQ:Tennyson Princess)

  10. A rigid tube that transports water, steam{{, or other fluid, as used in plumbing and numerous other applications. (defdate)

  11. (quote-book) A non-return valve was fitted within the fuel pipe aft of the probe nozzle, thus preventing any leakage of fuel if the aircraft lost the probe nozzle inadvertently.

  12. A pipe.

  13. (ux)

  14. (quote-book)|year=2000|page=115|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=EmMbBp4LkTsC&pg=PA115|isbn=978-1-58321-044-4|passage=Corrosion control can be accomplished in distribution systems by adding compounds that form a protective film on the pipe surface, thereby providing a barrier between the water and the pipe.

  15. A tubular passageway in the human body such as a vessel or the windpipe. (defdate)

  16. (quote-book)|location=Philadelphia, Pa.|publisher=John Morgan,(nb...)|year=1802|pages=125–126|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/naturaltheologyo1802pale/page/125/mode/1up|oclc=950913714|passage=Amongst the ''vessels'' of the human body, the pipe which conveys the saliva from the place where it is made, to the place where it is wanted, deserves to be reckoned amongst the most intelligible pieces of mechanism with which we are acquainted.

  17. A man's penis.

  18. (quote-book)

  19. A large container for storing liquids or foodstuffs; now especially a vat or cask of cider or wine. (defdate)

  20. *1808–10, (w), ''Memoirs of a Georgian Rake'', Folio Society 1995, p. 329:

  21. Mr Barretto informed us he had shipped two hundred and forty pipes of Madeira which not only impeded the ship's progress by making her too deep in the water, but greatly increased her motion.
  22. (quote-book)|title=The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|location=New York|publisher=W. J. Widdleton|year=1846|year_published=1849|volume=I|page=347|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=uHxKAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA347|oclc2=38115823|passage=My dear Fortunato, you are luckily met. How remarkably well you are looking to-day! But I have received a pipe of what passes for Amontillado, and I have my doubts.

  23. (senseid) The contents of such a vessel, as a measure, sometimes set at 126 gallons; half a tun. (defdate)

  24. (quote-book)|location=Oxford|publisher=At the University Press|Clarendon Press|year=1882|volume=IV (1401–1582)|page=205|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/historyofagricul04rogeuoft/page/205|oclc=847909287|passage=Again, by 28 Hen. VIII, cap. 14, it is re-enacted that the tun of wine should contain 252 gallons, a butt of Malmsey 126 gallons, a pipe 126 gallons, a tercian or puncheon 84 gallons, a hogshead 63 gallons, a tierce 41 gallons, a barrel 31½ gallons, a rundlet 18½ gallons.

  25. Decorative edging stitched to the hems or seams of an object made of fabric (clothing, hats, curtains, pillows, etc.), often in a contrasting color; piping. (defdate)

  26. A type of pasta similar to macaroni.

  27. A vertical conduit through the Earth's crust below a volcano through which magma has passed, often filled with volcanic breccia. (defdate)

  28. (quote-journal)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Mirror Company|Times Mirror Magazines|month=March|year=1995|volume=246|issue=3|page=83|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=q7ShNdfNiw8C&pg=PA83|columns=2–3|issn=0161-7370|oclc=798962369|passage=While the pipe of a conventional volcano may extend down 50 miles or so, the volcanic pipes that pick up diamonds along the way had to go much deeper, perhaps as deep as 300 miles.

  29. One of the goalposts of the goal.

  30. An elongated or irregular body or vein of ore. (defdate)

  31. An anonymous satire or essay, insulting and frequently libellous, written on a piece of paper which was rolled up and left somewhere public where it could be found and thus spread, to embarrass the author's enemies. (defdate)

  32. (quote-journal), formerly a Surgeon in the Royal Navy, (..) was brought to trial on a charge of libelling the Governor &91;(w)&93;, by the composition and publishing of various letters and verses contained in a manuscript book dropped on the Parramatta Road—and thence brought to light. (..) However lenient the sentence passed upon this young man, yet, it is much to be hoped, that from his example ''pipe-making'' will in future be reposed solely in the hands of Mr. Wm. Cluer earthenware pipe maker of the Brickfield Hill.

  33. A mechanism that enables one program to communicate with another by sending its output to the other as input. (defdate)

  34. A backbone, or broadband Internet access. (defdate)

  35. The character (unsupported). (defdate)

  36. A hollow stem with a bowl at one end used for smoking, especially a pipe but also including various other forms such as a pipe. (defdate)

  37. (RQ:Dickens Christmas Carol)

  38. (RQ:Besant Ivory Gate)

  39. The distance travelled between two rest periods during which one could smoke a pipe. (defdate)

  40. A telephone.

  41. (syn)

  42. 1980, Charles D. Taylor, ''Show of Force''

  43. “Let's try to get on the pipe to Admiral Collier again.”
  44. To play (music) on a pipe instrument, such as a bagpipe or a flute.

  45. (quote-book)|title=A Restitution of Decayed Intelligence: In Antiquities. Concerning the Most Noble and Renovvmed(sic) English Nation.(nb...)|location=printed at Antwerp|publisher=By Robert Bruney; (...) and to be sold(nb...), by Iohn Norton and Iohn Bill|year=1605|oclc=1080139422|location2=London|publisher2=Printed by Iohn Bill,(nb...)|year2=1628|page2=85|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=vCxQAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA85|oclc2=52073409|passage=The Piper of Hamelin|pide Piper with a ſhrill pipe went piping through the ſtreets, and forthwith the rats came all running out of the houſes in great numbers after him; all which hee led into the riuer of ''Weaſer'' and therein drowned them.

  46. To shout loudly and at high pitch.

  47. (RQ:Woolf Jacob's Room)

  48. To emit or have a shrill sound like that of a pipe; to whistle.

  49. (quote-book)|year=1827|volume=I|page=125|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=e_g9AAAAYAAJ&pg=PA125|oclc=7589693|passage=With the marinersA fellow-mariner,—and so had faredThrough twenty seasons; but he had been rear'dAmong the mountains, and he in his heartWas half a Shepherd on the stormy seas.Oft in the piping shrouds had Leonard heardThe tones of waterfalls, and inland soundsOf caves and trees: (..)

  50. Of a bee: to make a high-pitched sound during certain stages of development.

  51. (cot)

  52. Of a metal ingot: to become hollow in the process of solidifying.

  53. To convey or transport (something) by means of pipes.

  54. To install or configure with pipes.

  55. To dab moisture away from.

  56. (RQ:Stevenson Treasure Island)

  57. To lead or conduct as if by pipes, especially by wired transmission.

  58. To directly feed (the output of one program) as input to another program, indicated by the pipe character ((unsupported)) at the line.

  59. To create or decorate with piping (icing).

  60. To order or signal by a note pattern on a boatswain's pipe.

  61. (RQ:Melville Billy Budd)

  62. To have intercourse with a female.

  63. To see.

  64. (synonyms)

  65. (quote-journal)|month=October|year=1879|volume=XL|issue=240|page=505|pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/macmillansmagaz39grovgoogpage/n521/mode/1up|column=1|oclc=1005958675|passage=So I went and laid down on the grass. While laying there I piped a reeler whom I knew. He had a nark (a policeman's spy) with him. So I went and looked about for my two pals, and told them to look out for F. and his nark.

  66. 1914, Jackson Gregory, ''Under Handicap''

  67. "Hey, Greek," Roger was saying, his droning voice coming unpleasantly into the other's musings, "did you pipe that? Did you ever see anything like her?"
  68. To invent or embellish (a story).

  69. 1981, Elie Abel, ''What's News: The Media in American Society'' (page 259)

  70. (..) who ostensibly was handed an all-day sucker by a warm-hearted bandit in the act of robbing a candy store of $40, there was no moral outcry. "Find the girl," was the immediate response of competing editors to their reporters at police headquarters. The men of the press, who knew a piped story when they saw one, quickly found another little girl, presented her with a lollipop, and photographed her skipping rope in front of the candy store.
  71. 2004, Arthur Gelb, ''City Room'' (page 154)

  72. If there was a lull in criminal activity, reporters were not above "piping" a story.
  73. 2008, Homer L. Hall, ‎Logan H. Aimone, ''High School Journalism'' (page 91)

  74. Reporters today supposedly do not use "piped" stories because they are unethical.
  75. paper

  76. pipe

  77. blowjob

  78. (uxi)

  79. the pipe symbol (|)

  80. (monikko) it|pipa

  81. A pipe; a piece of tubing used as a channel (often for fluids):

  82. A piece of tubing which string or rope is inserted into.

  83. A syringe; a hollow tube for medical removal or insertion.

  84. Any other medical device or equipment based around a chamber or pipe.

  85. A pipe (gloss) or a similar instrument.

  86. A pipe as part of a musical instrument (e.g. bagpipes)

  87. A barrel or tub; a container or vessel for the storage of bulk goods, especially wine.

  88. A unit measuring the mass or amount (equivalent to such a container).

  89. A record of a payment or audit acting as part of the (w).

  90. An anatomical or bodily channel or passage, especially one used for respiration.

  91. A tube-shaped support or holder; something resembling a pipe but not used as one.

  92. (alt form)

  93. 120 gallons

  94. a chimney

  95. (q) a (l)

  96. an (l)

  97. to chirp, squeek, to make a sound with a high pitch

  98. (l) (gloss)

  99. brother; bro

  100. (es-verb form of)