pulse

suomi-englanti sanakirja

pulse englannista suomeksi

  1. pulssi

  2. jyskyttää

  3. värähtely

  4. väreillä

  5. sykkiä

  6. palkohedelmä

  1. pulssi

  2. syke

  3. sykkiä

  4. palkokasvi

  5. Verbi

pulse englanniksi

  1. A normally regular beat felt when arteries near the skin (for example, at the neck or wrist) are depressed, caused by the heart pumping blood through them.

  2. The nature or rate of this beat as an indication of a person's health.

  3. (ux)

  4. (quote-journal)|location=London|publisher=(...) W. Richardson and S. Clark; and sold by W. Bristow,(nb...)|year=1764|volume=III|page=216|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=ucm.532912658x&view=1up&seq=206|oclc=877634561|passage=A Pulſe which is ſlow and large denotes ſufficient remains of ſtrength, tenſion, and thickneſs of the fibres of the heart and arteries, and a viſcid and tenacious blood. All unequal Pulſes are very bad, ſince they denote that there is neither a due influx of the ſpirits, nor a proper and equal mixture of the blood; but particularly ſuch Pulſes always prognoſticate unlucky events, when they are weak.

  5. (quote-journal)|date=21 May 1870|issue=738|page=247|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=UOsTAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA267|column=2|oclc=989115199|passage=My experience is that men may enjoy better health, do more work, have clearer brains, a steadier pulse, and go on to old age better without alcohol than with.

  6. A beat or throb; also, a repeated sequence of such beats or throbs.

  7. (RQ:Burke Sublime and Beautiful)

  8. (RQ:Tennyson In Memoriam)

  9. The focus of energy or vigour of an activity, place, or thing; also, the feeling of bustle, busyness, or energy in a place; the heartbeat.

  10. An (increased) amount of a substance (such as a drug or an labelling|isotopic label) given over a short time.

  11. A setting on a processor which causes it to work in a series of short bursts rather than continuously, in order to up ingredients without liquidizing them; also, a use of this setting.

  12. The beat or tactus of a piece of music or verse; also, a repeated sequence of such beats.

  13. A brief burst of electromagnetic energy, such as light, waves, etc.

  14. (quote-journal)|year=1969|page=71|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=bRd3e4OTP7AC&pg=PA71|column=1|oclc=5352239|passage=A thin ruby crystal is illuminated by two successive intense short pulses of coherent light, t seconds apart, obtained from a ruby-laser source. As expected, the crystal will transmit the two pulses t seconds apart. But then one observes a curious additional feature: a third light pulse emerges spontanously from the crystal about t seconds following the second pulse, and still relatively intense.

  15. (synonym of)

  16. A brief increase in the strength of an electrical signal; an impulse.

  17. To emit or impel (something) in pulses or waves.

  18. (quote-book)|year=1850|page=139|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=86QvAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA139|oclc=1194294167|passage=Though a light of love she swimmeth, / Zoned with utterless desire, / And the air of her swift coming / Through thy hot veins pulseth fire.

  19. To give to (something, especially a cell culture) an (increased) amount of a substance, such as a drug or an labelling|isotopic label, over a short time.

  20. To operate a processor on (some ingredient) in short bursts, to up|break it up without liquidizing it.

  21. To apply an current or signal that varies in strength to (something).

  22. To manipulate (an electric current, wave, etc.) so that it is emitted in pulses.

  23. To expand and contract repeatedly, like an artery when blood is flowing though it, or the heart; to beat, to throb, to vibrate, to pulsate.

  24. (synonyms)

  25. (quote-book)|title=Harebell Chimes: Or Summer Memories and Musings|location=London|publisher=Houlston and Stoneman; Edinburgh: (publishing house)|William Blackwood and Sons|year=1849|section=stanza 5|page=139|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.hnn9ep&view=1up&seq=159|oclc=59221221|passage=As pulseth in thy northern skies / Th' Aurora—so, in ecstasies, / Through starry maze, my spirit flies; ...

  26. (RQ:James Thomson Vane's Story)

  27. (quote-book)|year=1867|page=57|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=_jdcAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA57|oclc=32139773|passage=Come, descend to lower station! / We are of the same creation, / And the life that all sustains / Pulseth in our purple veins: ...

  28. (quote-journal) and Wright Mabie|Hamilton Wright Mabie|magazine=The Christian Union|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=The Christian Union Company|date=3 February 1887|volume=35|issue=5|page=31|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=coo.31924066372156&view=1up&seq=165|column=2|oclc=6775195|passage=O Heart Divine, that pulsest through all space, / Why dost Thou seem so far away and cold? / We miss the pressure of the arms that fold; / We long to hear Thy voice, to see Thy face. From the ''New Orleans Times-Democrat''.

  29. Of an activity, place, or thing: to bustle with energy and liveliness; to pulsate.

  30. (senseid) Annual leguminous plants (such as beans, lentils, and peas) yielding grains or seeds used as food for humans or animals; such a plant; a legume.

  31. Edible grains or seeds from leguminous plants, especially in a mature, dry condition; a specific kind of such a grain or seed.

  32. (nl-verb form of)

  33. (inflection of)

  34. (es-verb form of)