suomi-englanti sanakirja

policy englannista suomeksi

  1. vakuutuskirja

  2. politiikka, linja

  3. tarkoituksenmukaisuus

  1. käytäntö, politiikka, linja

  2. linja, politiikka

  3. vakuutuskirja

policy englanniksi

  1. A principle of behaviour, conduct etc. thought to be desirable or necessary, especially as formally expressed by a government or other authoritative body. (defdate)

  2. (ux)

  3. Wise or advantageous conduct; prudence, formerly also with connotations of craftiness. (defdate)

  4. (RQ:Fuller Holy Warre)&93; was diſcovered in an inne in Auſtria, becauſe he diſguiſed his perſon not his expenſes; ſo that the very policie of an hoſteſſe, finding his purſe ſo farre above his clothes, did detect him: (..)

  5. (RQ:Austen Pride and Prejudice)

  6. Specifically, political shrewdness or (formerly) cunning; statecraft. (defdate)

  7. 1946, (w), ''History of Western Philosophy'', I.25:

  8. Whether he believed himself a god, or only took on the attributes of divinity from motives of policy, is a question for the psychologist, since the historical evidence is indecisive.
  9. The grounds of a large country house. (defdate)

  10. 1886, Robert Louis Stevenson, ''Kidnapped''

  11. There was but one thing happened worth narrating; and that is the visit I had of Robin Oig, one of the sons of the notorious Rob Roy. He was sought upon all sides on a charge of carrying a young woman from Balfron and marrying her (as was alleged) by force; yet he stepped about Balquhidder like a gentleman in his own walled policy.
  12. 1955, (w), ''The Cone-Gatherers'', Canongate 2012, page 36:

  13. Next morning was so splendid that as he walked through the policies towards the mansion house despair itself was lulled.
  14. The art of governance; science. (defdate)

  15. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 5)

  16. A state; a polity. (defdate)

  17. A set political system; civil administration. (defdate)

  18. A trick; a stratagem. (defdate)

  19. (RQ:Shakespeare Titus Andronicus Q1)

  20. Motive; object; inducement.

  21. (RQ:Sidney Arcadia)

  22. To regulate by laws; to reduce to order.

  23. (RQ:Bacon Learning)

  24. A contract of insurance.

  25. A document containing or certifying this contract.

  26. An illegal daily lottery in late nineteenth and early twentieth century USA on numbers drawn from a wheel (''no plural'')

  27. A pool lottery