suomi-englanti sanakirja

prime englannista suomeksi

  1. tärkein, pääasiallinen, primaarinen, ensisijainen

  2. prima

  3. esikäsitellä

  4. alkuluku-, jaoton

  5. jaoton luku

  6. paras ikä

  7. täyttää

  8. virittää

  9. priima

  10. kukoistus

  11. pää-

  12. ensiluokkainen

  1. ensimmäinen, ensi-, alku-, primaarinen

  2. ensiluokkainen, priima

  3. jaoton

  4. tärkein, pää-

  5. alku-">alku-

  6. aamunkoitto

  7. prima

  8. alku, synty

  9. kukoistus

  10. paras, paras pala">paras pala

  11. juurisävel, priimi

  12. priimi

  13. alkuluku

  14. kuuden blokki">kuuden blokki

  15. yläpuolinen indeksointipilkku name of character, pilkku other uses

  16. massaluku

  17. sytytysruuti

  18. valmistella

  19. pohjamaalata

  20. sytyttää

  21. Substantiivi

  22. Verbi

prime englanniksi

  1. First in importance, degree, or rank.

  2. (synonyms)


  3. First in time, order, or sequence.

  4. (RQ:Tennyson Princess)

  5. (RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)

  6. First in excellence, quality, or value.

  7. (RQ:Dickens Little Dorrit)

  8. Having exactly two integral factors: itself and unity (1 in the case of integers).

  9. Such that if it divides a product, it divides one of the multiplicands.

  10. Having its complement closed under multiplication: said only of ideals.

  11. Marked or distinguished by the prime symbol.

  12. Early; blooming; being in the first stage.

  13. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  14. Lecherous, lewd, lustful.

  15. (RQ:Shakespeare Othello Q1)

  16. The first hour|hour of daylight; the first hour.

  17. 1590, (w), ''(w)'', London: William Ponsonbie, Book 2, Canto 9, p. 314,

  18. His larum bell might lowd and wyde be hard,
    When cause requyrd, but neuer out of time;
    Early and late it rong, at euening and at prime.
  19. The religious service appointed to this hour.

  20. The early morning generally.

  21. 1590, (w), ''(w)'', London: William Ponsonbie, Book 1, Canto 6, p. 81,

  22. They all as glad, as birdes of ioyous Pryme (..)
  23. The earliest stage of something.

  24. 1593, (w), ''Of the Lawes of Ecclesiasticall Politie'', London, 1604, Book 1, p. 69,

  25. To this end we see how quickly sundry artes Mechanical were found out in the very prime of the world.
  26. 1645, (w), “To a very young Lady” (earlier title: “To my young Lady Lucy Sidney”) in ''Poems, &c. Written upon Several Occasions, and to Several Persons'', London: H. Herringman, 1686, p. 101,

  27. Hope waits upon the flowry prime,
  28. The most active, thriving, or successful stage or period.

  29. c. 1609, (w), Sonnet 12,

  30. When I do count the clock that tells the time,
    And see the brave day sunk in hideous night;
    When I behold the violet past prime,
    And sable curls all silver’d o'er with white;
  31. (RQ:Dryden Fables)

  32. 1813, (w), ''A Tour through Italy'', London: J. Mawman, Volume 1, Chapter 10, pp. 225-226,

  33. None but foreigners, excluded by their religion from the cemeteries of the country, are deposited here (..). The far greater part had been cut off in their prime, by unexpected disease or fatal accident.
  34. 1965, (w), (w)

  35. Once upon a time you dressed so fine. You threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn’t you?
  36. {{quote-journal|en|date=April 29, 2012|author=Nathan Rabin

  37. The chief or best individual or part.

  38. 1726, (w), “To a Lady, who desired the author to write some verses upon her in the heroic style” in ''The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift'', London: W. Bowyer ''et al.'', Volume 7, p. 396,

  39. Give no more to ev’ry guest
    Than he’s able to digest:
    Give him always of the prime;
    And but a little at a time.
  40. The first note or tone of a musical scale.

  41. The first defensive position, with the hand held at head height, and the tip of the sword at head height.

  42. A prime element of a structure, particularly a number.

  43. {{quote-journal|en|year=2013|month=July-August|author=Sarah Glaz

  44. A four-card hand containing one card of each suit in the game of primero; the opposite of a flush in poker.

  45. Six consecutive blocks, which prevent the opponent's pieces from passing.

  46. The symbol used to indicate feet, minutes, derivation and other measures and mathematical operations.

  47. Any number expressing the combining weight or equivalent of any particular element; so called because these numbers were respectively reduced to their lowest relative terms on the fixed standard of hydrogen as 1.

  48. An inch, as composed of twelve seconds in the duodecimal system.

  49. The priming in a flintlock.

  50. 1743, (w), ''The Pleasant, and Surprizing Adventures of Mr. Robert Drury, during his Fifteen Years Captivity on the Island of Madagascar'', London, pp. 95–96,

  51. (..) he pull’d the Trigger, but Providence being pleas’d to preserve me for some other Purpose, the Cock snapp’d, and miss’d Fire. Whether the Prime was wet in the Pan, or by what other Miracle it was I escap’d his Fury, I cannot say (..)
  52. Contraction of lens, a film lens

  53. *(cite-book)

  54. To prepare a mechanism for its main work.

  55. ''You'll have to press this button twice to prime the fuel pump.''

  56. To apply a coat of primer paint to.

  57. ''I need to prime these handrails before we can apply the finish coat.''

  58. To be renewed.

  59. (quote-book)|chapter=My Soule Hath Desired Thee in the Night|title=Emblemes|location=London|publisher=G. M.|year_published=1635|section=book III|page=129|pageurl=|passage=Nights baſhfull Empreſſe, though ſhe often wayne, / As oft repents her darkneſſe ; primes againe ; / And with her circling Hornes does re-embrace / Her brothers wealth, and orbs her ſilver face.

  60. To serve as priming for the charge of a gun.

  61. To work so that foaming occurs from too violent ebullition, which causes water to become mixed with, and be carried along with, the steam that is formed.

  62. (quote-journal)|month=April|year=1959|page=220|issn=0141-9935|oclc=35845948|passage=Although we took our eight bogies along to Whitstable at 60 m.p.h., and made a clean start from there, after Herne Bay the engine primed badly on Blacksole Bank and nearly stopped before we got over the top. Then we ran like the wind across the marshes with half-regulator, 30 per cent cut-off, and the engine blowing off.

  63. To apply priming to (a musket or cannon); to apply a primer to (a metallic cartridge).

  64. To prepare; to make ready; to instruct beforehand; to coach.

  65. ''to prime a witness''

    ''The boys are primed for mischief.''

  66. (RQ:Thackeray Vanity Fair)

  67. To trim or prune.

  68. ''to prime trees''

  69. To mark with a prime mark.

  70. An intermediate sprint within a race, usually offering a prize and/or points.

  71. 1997 Arnie Baker, ''Smart Cycling: Successful Training and Racing for Riders of All Levels''

  72. Most primes are won with gaps on the field; most sprints are in bunches.
  73. remedies

  74. thing

  75. reward; prize; bonus

  76. premium (insurance policy)

  77. first

  78. (feminine plural of)

  79. (inflection of)

  80. (adj form of)

  81. (es-verb form of)