suomi-englanti sanakirja

prostitute englannista suomeksi

  1. huorata, toimia prostituoituna, myydä itseään

  2. ilotyttö, prostituoitu

  1. Verbi

  2. myydä itseään">myydä itseään, myydä seksiä">myydä seksiä; huorata degrading

  3. saattaa häpeään">saattaa häpeään Lev. 19:29; prostituoida

  4. huorata

  5. raiskata, prostituoida

  6. Substantiivi

  7. prostituoitu; huora, hutsu, ilotyttö female

prostitute englanniksi

  1. To offer (oneself or someone else) for sexual activity in exchange for money. (defdate)

  2. (RQ:KJV)

  3. To sacrifice (oneself, one's talents etc.) in return for profit or other advantage; to exploit for base purposes.

  4. *(quote-book)|year=1740|year_published=1759|pages=42–43|pageurl=|oclc=991281870|passage=Theſe, their rights / In the vile ſtreets they proſtitute to ſale; / Their ancient rights, their dignities, their laws, / Their native glorious freedom.

  5. Debased, corrupt; seeking personal gain by dishonourable means. (defdate)

  6. *1791, (w), ''Rights of Man'':

  7. He speaks a languages that merits not reply, and which can only excite contempt for his prostitute principles, or pity for his ignorance.
  8. Taking part in promiscuous sexual activity, licentious; (i) that is a prostitute. (defdate)

  9. *2008, Niki Adams, Lisa Longstaff, ''The Guardian'', letters, 23 February:

  10. They rightly say that attacks against prostitute women are common and that it's only when five are murdered in one place that it starts to provoke debate.
  11. Exposed, subjected ((m) something shameful). (defdate)

  12. *1651, (w), ''Philosophicall rudiments concerning government and society'':

  13. As a matter of ease, exposed and prostitute to every Mother-wit, and to be attained without any great care or study.
  14. Any person (especially a woman) who has intercourse or engages in other sexual activity for payment, especially as a means of livelihood. (defdate)

  15. (syn)


  16. A woman who has intercourse or engages in other sexual activity for payment, especially as a means of livelihood. (defdate)

  17. 2012, Kelly Olson, ''Dress and the Roman Woman: Self-Presentation and Society'', page 50:

  18. Unfortunately, there is to my knowledge no visual evidence for the dress of the Roman prostitute, but the literary sources present us with a range of prostitute clothing (from rich accoutrements all the way down to nothing), (..)
  19. A person who does, or offers to do, a demeaning or dishonourable activity for money or personal gain; someone who acts in a dishonourable way for personal advantage. (defdate)

  20. (quote-journal)

  21. (monikko) af|prostituut

  22. (monikko) it|prostituta

  23. (inflection of)