ply

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ply englannista suomeksi

  1. liikennöidä

  2. heilutella

  3. kiertää

  4. harjoittaa

  5. kerros

  6. käyttää

  7. tyrkyttää

  8. säie

  1. kerros

  2. säie

  3. vuoro

  4. taivuttaa, taittaa

  5. taipua

  6. harjoittaa, uurastaa + inessive

  7. käyttää

  8. painostaa

  9. tyrkyttää

  10. kuljeskella, kulkea

ply englanniksi

  1. A layer of material.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)

  4. (quote-book)|chapter=Repositioning the Parsons Fashion Design Program|title=Tim Gunn: The Natty Professor: A Master Class on Mentoring, Motivating, and Making it Work!|edition=trade paperback|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Publishing Group|Gallery Books|month=October|year=2015|section=part I (Truth Telling)|page=49|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=M6-TBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA49|isbn=978-1-4767-8006-1|passage=The designer critic's staff would come in with, for example, loads of three-ply cashmere. The students weren't even selecting their own fabrics.

  5. A strand that, twisted together with other strands, makes up rope or yarn.

  6. (quote-journal); New York, N.Y.: Israel Post,(nb...)|month=August|year=1837|volume=III|issue=VIII (number XXXII overall)|page=281|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=8b_NAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA281|oclc=7149744|passage=To make the hail rod a rope of straw is the first thing necessary; it must be made of ripe wheat straw, soaked and twisted, plaited with three strand and then with four ply, making twelve strand to the rope.

  7. (short for)

  8. (quote-book)|year2=2014|section2=section 6.5 (Flush Doors)|isbn2=978-1-317-89396-7|passage=The Standards describe the quality of timber or ply, moisture content, amount of acceptable sapwood, freedom from decay and insect attack, limitation of checks and splits and treatment of resin staining, and the way plugging may be employed to mask defects in ply faces.

  9. (quote-book)|year=2015|page=39|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=AlrqBQAAQBAJ&pg=PT40|column=1|isbn=978-1-4081-5419-9|passage=Teak-faced ply is about three times the price of any other, so if you need to economise, anything other than teak would be a good choice! Similarly, marine ply is substantially more expensive than exterior ply, so it may be preferable to go with the latter option.

  10. In two-player sequential games, a "half-turn" or a move made by one of the players.

  11. (quote-book) Publications|seriesvolume=29|location=Cambridge|publisher=(w)|year=1996|page=122|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=cYB-ra2T8i4C&pg=PA122|isbn=978-0-521-57411-2|passage=''(draughts player)|Chinook'' uses an iterative, alpha-beta search with transposition tables and the history heuristic(nb..). Under tournament conditions (thirty moves an hour), the program searches to an average minimum depth of nineteen ply (one ply is one move by one player). The search uses selective deepening to extend lines that are tactically or positionally interesting. Consequently, major lines of play are often searched many plies deeper. It is not uncommon for the program to produce analyses that are thirty-ply deep or more.

  12. (quote-book)|year=2009|isbn=978-0-12-374940-6|edition2=special|location2=Waltham, Mass.; Kidlington, Oxfordshire|publisher2=Academic Press|year2=2013|page2=380|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=g5YWIpHTTW8C&pg=PA380|isbn2=978-0-12-397857-8|passage=Two principal search strategies were (correctly) predicted: Type-A programs that apply "brute force" inspection of every possible position over a fixed number of plys; and Type-B programs that prune potential moves according to some selection function and then examine the significant sets over as many plys as practical and only at those positions reflecting a degree of stability.

  13. A condition, a state.

  14. (RQ:Cleland Fanny Hill)

  15. To bend; to fold; to mould; to adapt, to modify; to change (a person's) mind, to cause (a person) to submit.

  16. (quote-book) In Two Volumes|location=London|publisher=Printed for Joseph Davidson,(nb...)|year=1743|volume=I|page=135|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=xBpKAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA135|oclc=838690434|passage=And now when at length the Vineyard has ſhed its late Leaves, and the cold Northwind ſhook from the Groves their Honours; even then the active Swain extends his Cares to the enſuing Year, and cloſe plys the ''deſolate'' forſaken Vine, cutting off ''the ſuperfluous Roots'' with Saturn's crooked Hook, and forms it by pruning.

  17. To bend, to flex; to be bent by something, to way or yield (to a force, etc.).

  18. (RQ:L'Estrange Fables of Aesop) Some very little while after This Diſpute, it Blew a Violent Storm. The ''Willow'' Ply’d, and gave way to the Guſt, and ſtill recover’d it ſelf again, without receiving any Damage: But the ''Oak'' was Stubborn, and choſe rather to ''Break'' than ''Bend''.

  19. To work at (something) diligently.

  20. (quote-book)|location=printed at London|publisher=By Iohn Danter, and are to be sold by Raph Hancocke, and Iohn Hardie|year=1595|oclc=222301598|newversion=reprinted as|title2=The Old Wives Tale, 1595|series2=The Malone Society Reprints|seriesvolume2=7|location2=Oxford|publisher2=Printed for the (w) by (w) M.A., at the (w)|year2=1908 (February 1909 reprint)|section2=line 720|sectionurl2=https://archive.org/details/oldwivestale00peeluoft/page/n51/mode/1up|oclc2=474951709|passage=Ply you your work or elſe you are like to ſmart.

  21. (quote-book) Forces at Sea, under the Command of His Highness Royal.(nb...)|location=London|publisher=Printed for (w),(nb...)|year=1666|page=13|pageurl=https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/A67335.0001.001/1:2?rgn=div1;view=fulltext|oclc=15729696|passage=But ''English'' Courage growing as they fight, / In danger, noise, and slaughter takes delight, / Their bloody Task, unwearied, still they ply, / Only restrain’d by Death, or Victory: (..)

  22. (RQ:Stevenson Virginibus Puerisque)

  23. To wield or use (a tool, a weapon, etc.) steadily or vigorously.

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Taming of the Shrew)

  25. (quote-book)|year=1854|volume=I|page=114|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=o2MEAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA114|oclc=771809812|passage=He carpenter feels an additional particle of new life coursing through his veins, and he plys the plane on the following day with additional energy to his own and to his master's satisfaction.

  26. (quote-book)|year=1863|volume=I|page=299|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=dc8BAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA299|oclc=13365406|passage=Drink had dispelled all common prudence, and chuckling at the idea of finding treasures unknown to their comrades, they plied the crowbar to the door, which was locked, but it soon yielded.

  27. To press upon; to urge persistently.

  28. (RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice Q1)

  29. (senseid) To persist in offering something to, especially for the purpose of inducement or persuasion.

  30. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jones)

  31. (quote-book) (w) and (w)|chapter=VII|title=(w)|location=London|publisher=(w)|year=1929|section=section VI|oclc=771198868|passage=Esther began (..) to cry. But when the fire had been lit specially to warm her chilled limbs and Adela had plied her with hot negus she began to feel rather a heroine.

  32. To travel over (a route) regularly.

  33. (quote-book )|year=1794|year_published=1799|volume=X|section=section LXXIII|page=56|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=MXBBAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA56|oclc=43682495|passage=The ſaid corporation ſhall and may be authorized and required to licenſe all ſuch perſon or perſons as ſhall keep or drive any cars, drays or carts, plying for hire within the ſaid town of Wexford,

  34. (quote-journal)|location=London|publisher=Printed by James Holmes,(nb...); published by Edward Bret Ince,(nb...)|date=21 March 1866|volume=XXXV (New Series; volume XLIV overall), part I (Chancery and Bankruptcy)|section=headnote|page=427|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=HnkDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA427|column=1|oclc=222593300|passage=An act of parliament, empowering the plaintiffs, a company, to ply on Sundays from certain points on the south bank of the Thames, but imposing no obligation to provide means of transport or to maintain their plying-places, does not confer an exclusive right against the rest of the world, such as the Court of Chancery will interfere to protect; (..)

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  36. (quote-journal)

  37. To work diligently.

  38. (RQ:Milton Of Education) Ere halfe theſe Authors be read, which will ſoon be with plying hard, and dayly, they cannot chooſe but be maſters of any ordinary proſe.

  39. (RQ:Spectator)

  40. To manoeuvre a sailing vessel so that the direction of the wind changes from one side of the vessel to the other; to work to windward, to beat, to tack.

  41. (quote-book)|date=21 July 1653|year_published=1833|volume=I|page=535|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ELEeVEcm_WQC&pg=PA535|oclc=963709697|passage=Weighed anchor about five morn, and plied till about noon, and then anchored. This day, at morn, went about the general to council: the result was, the fleet should ply near, as with convenience, to the Texel, to prevent a conjunction of those ships there with Admiral Tromp|Maarten Tromp; (..)

  42. A bent; a direction.