post

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post englannista suomeksi

  1. posti

  2. ilmoittaa

  3. rekisteröidä

  4. merkkipaalu

  5. toimi

  6. postittaa

  7. pylväs, tolppa

  8. keventää

  9. merkitä

  10. viedä

  11. määrätä, komentaa

  12. julistaa

  13. vartiopaikka

  14. kiinnittää

  15. näyttää

  16. sotilasalue

  1. tolppa

  2. kakkosnelonen

  3. napa

  4. laittaa esille">laittaa esille

  5. postata

  6. posti

  7. viesti, postaus

  8. lähettää viesti

  9. lähettää viesti, postata

  10. postitse

  11. piste

  12. Verbi

  13. Substantiivi

post englanniksi

  1. Post

  1. A long dowel or plank protruding from the ground; a fencepost; a lightpost.

  2. (ux)

  3. A stud; a two-by-four.

  4. A pole in a battery.

  5. A long, narrow piece inserted into a canal to provide retention for a crown.

  6. A prolonged final melody note, among moving harmony notes.

  7. A printing paper size measuring 19.25 inches x 15.5 inches.

  8. A goalpost.

  9. (quote-journal) hit the post.

  10. A location on a basketball court near the basket.

  11. The doorpost of a victualler's shop or inn, on which were chalked the scores of customers; hence, a score; a debt.

  12. 1600, (w), ''The knauve of clubs''

  13. when God ſends coyne, I will diſcharge your poaſt
  14. the vertical part of a crochet stitch

  15. To hang (a notice) in a conspicuous manner for general review.

  16. ''Post no bills.''

  17. To hold up to public blame or reproach; to advertise opprobriously; to denounce by public proclamation.

  18. ''to post someone for cowardice''

  19. 1732, (w), ''Epilogue to the She-Gallants'', line 13

  20. On Pain of being posted to your Sorrow / Fail not, at Four, to meet me here To-morrow.
  21. To carry (an account) from the journal to the ledger.

  22. 1712, (w), ''The History of John Bull'', Chapter X

  23. You have not posted your books these ten years.
  24. To inform; to give the news to; to make acquainted with the details of a subject; often with ''up''.

  25. 1872, "Interviewing a Prince", ''(w)'', London, volume 33, number 853, March 2, page 273

  26. thoroughly posted up in the politics and literature of the day
  27. To pay (a blind).

  28. ''Since Jim was new to the game, he had to post $4 in order to receive a hand.''

  29. Each of a series of men stationed at specific places along a postroad, with responsibility for relaying letters and dispatches of the monarch (and later others) along the route. (defdate)

  30. A station, or one of a series of stations, established for the refreshment and accommodation of travellers on some recognized route.

  31. ''a stage or railway post''

  32. A military base; the place at which a soldier or a body of troops is stationed; also, the troops at such a station.

  33. Someone who travels express along a set route carrying letters and dispatches; a courier. (defdate)

  34. (rfdate)

  35. In certain places there be always fresh posts, to carry that further which is brought unto them by the other.
  36. ''c.'' 1591, (w), ''(w)'', Act I, scene iii, line 152

  37. I fear my Julia would not deign my lines, / Receiving them from such a worthless post.
  38. 2011, Penn (historian)|Thomas Penn, ''Winter King: Henry VII and the Dawn of Tudor England'', Penguin 2012, p. 199:

  39. information was filtered through the counting-houses and warehouses of Antwerp; posts galloped along the roads of the Low Countries, while dispatches streamed through Calais, and were passed off the merchant galleys arriving in London from the Flanders ports.
  40. An organisation for delivering letters, parcels etc., or the service provided by such an organisation. (defdate)

  41. ''sent via post''; ''parcel post''

  42. 1707, (w), Letter VII (to Mr. Wycherly), November 11

  43. I take it too as an opportunity of sending you the fair copy of the poem on Dullness, which was not then finished, and which I should not care to hazard by the common post.
  44. A single delivery of letters; the letters or deliveries that make up a single batch delivered to one person or one address. (defdate)

  45. (quote-journal)

  46. A message posted in an electronic or Internet forum, or on a blog, etc. (defdate)

  47. A moderate to deep passing route in which a receiver runs 10-20 yards from the line of scrimmage straight down the field, then cuts toward the middle of the field (towards the facing goalposts) at a 45-degree angle.

  48. ''Two of the receivers ran post patterns.''

  49. Haste or speed, like that of a messenger or mail carrier.

  50. ''a.'' 1597, (w), ''(w)'', Act V, scene iii, line 273

  51. And then in post he came from Mantua.
  52. One who has charge of a station, especially a postal station.

  53. 1858, (w), ''History of New England'', Volume 1, chapter IV, page 136

  54. there he held the office of postmaster, or, as it was then called, ''post'', for several years.
  55. To travel with relays of horses; to travel by post horses, originally as a courier. (defdate)

  56. 1818, (w), ''Frankenstein'':

  57. Beyond Cologne we descended to the plain of Holland; and we resolved to post the remainder of our way .
  58. To travel quickly; to hurry. (defdate)

  59. ''c.'' 1606, (w), (w), Act III, scene vi, line 1

  60. Post speedily to my lord your husband.
  61. ''c.'' 1652, (w), "On His Blindness", line 13

  62. thousand at his bidding speed, / And post o'er land and ocean without rest; / They also serve who only stand and wait.
  63. To send (an item of mail etc.) through the postal service. (defdate)

  64. ''Mail items posted before 7.00pm within the Central Business District and before 5.00pm outside the Central Business District will be delivered the next working day.''

  65. To rise and sink in the saddle, in accordance with the motion of the horse, especially in trotting. (defdate)

  66. To publish (a message) to a newsgroup, forum, blog, etc. (defdate)

  67. ''I couldn't figure it out, so I posted a question on the mailing list.''

  68. With the post, on post-horses; by a relay of horses (changing at every staging-post); hence, express, with speed, quickly.

  69. (circa) (w), ''(w),'' Act(nbs)IV, Scene(nbs)5,http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/play_view.php?WorkID=allswell&Scope=entire&pleasewait=1&msg=pl

  70. His highness comes post from Marseilles,
  71. 1749, (w), ''(w)'', Folio Society 1973, p. 353:

  72. In this posture were affairs at the inn when a gentleman arrived there post.
  73. 1888, (w), ‘The Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly’, ''(w)'', Folio 2005, p. 93:

  74. He prided himself on looking neat even when he was riding post.
  75. Sent via the postal service.

  76. An assigned station; a post.

  77. An appointed position in an organization, job.

  78. {{quote-journal|en|date=December 14, 2011|author=Angelique Chrisafis|work=Guardian

  79. To enter (a name) on a list, as for service, promotion, etc.

  80. To assign to a station; to set; to place.

  81. ''Post a sentinel in front of the door.''

  82. (RQ:De Quincey Grasmer)

  83. It might be to obtain a ship for a lieutenant, (..) or to get him posted.
  84. After; especially after a significant event that has long-term ramifications.

  85. 2008, Michael Tomasky, "Obama cannot let the right cast him in that 60s show", ''The Guardian'', online,

  86. One of the most appealing things for me about Barack Obama has always been that he comes post the post-60s generation.
  87. 2008, Matthew Stevens, "Lew pressured to reveal what he knows", ''The Australian'', online,

  88. Lew reckons he had three options for the cash-cow which was Premier post the Coles sale.
  89. Post-production.

  90. (quote-book)

  91. A mortem (gloss).

  92. 2010, Sandra Glahn, ''Informed Consent'' (page 306)

  93. I gotta run. Yes, send the kid to the morgue. We'll do a post on Monday.
  94. (ca-verb form of)

  95. post (gl)

  96. office

  97. (l) (method of sending mail)

  98. (l) (q)

  99. (l), (l) (q)

  100. (l), (l), (l) (q)

  101. (l) (q)

  102. Mail.

  103. A mail office, a office.

  104. A location or station, where a soldier is supposed to be; position.

  105. A (l), a position, an office.

  106. ''Toekomstig Amerikaans president Barack Obama maakt zijn keuzes bekend voor de posten binnen zijn kabinet op het gebied van veiligheid en buitenlands beleid.'' — President elect Barack Obama makes his choices known for the ''posts'' within his cabinet in the area of security and exterior policy. (nl.wikipedia, 12/3/2008)

  107. (nl-verb form of)

  108. after

  109. behind

  110. (l) (gloss)

  111. timber (l), stake

  112. post, carrier; (letter) post; postman

  113. post

  114. (qualifier) post, job

  115. ''(of space)'' behind

  116. ''(of time)'' after, since, (transf.) besides, except

  117. ''(of space)'' behind, back, backwards

  118. ''(of time)'' afterwards, after

  119. tidy, clean, adorn

  120. up, smarten

  121. skin

  122. (l) or mail (''letters etc. sent via the postal service'')

  123. (l)

  124. pedestal

  125. fast

  126. post (message)

  127. fast (period of abstaining from or eating very little food), fasting

  128. (l), position, job, place, appointment, station

  129. (l), mail

  130. (alternative form of)

  131. (l), stake

  132. fast, fasting

  133. fast (act or practice of abstaining from or eating very little food)

  134. post

  135. postal office; an organization delivering mail and parcels

  136. mail; ''collectively'' for things sent through a post office

  137. item of a list or on an agenda

  138. (l); an assigned station

  139. position to which someone may be assigned or elected

  140. ''Posten som ordförande i idrottsföreningen är vakant.''

    The position as chairman in the sports association is free.

  141. (l)

  142. fur, hide, pelt

  143. (syn)

  144. post, mail

  145. post, pillar