suomi-englanti sanakirja

quad englannista suomeksi

  1. nelonen

  2. reisilihas

  3. väli

  4. sisäpiha

  1. Substantiivi

quad englanniksi

  1. Four shots of espresso.

  2. A kind of robin|round-robin tournament between four players, where each participant plays every other participant once.

  3. The Bible, of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and of Great Price bound in a single volume.

  4. A poster, measuring forty by thirty inches, advertising a cinematic film release.

  5. Having four shots of espresso.

  6. A quadrangle (gloss).

  7. 2014, Walker Orenstein, for Norwest Asian Weekly, ''Cherry trees from Japan to grace UW campus'':

  8. Every spring, the quad on the University of Washington (UW) campus transforms from a peaceful green space to a bustling habitat for hundreds of shuttering cameras, families, and onlookers.
  9. A quadruplet (gloss).

  10. A quadrilateral.

  11. 2010, Tony Mullen, Claudio Andaur, ''Blender Studio Projects: Digital Movie-Making'' (page 91)

  12. Tris and quads have different areas of functionality. In real-time graphics, tris are the norm because they provide the most basic geometric representations of planes.
  13. The quadriceps muscle.

  14. A quadriplegic person.

  15. (quote-book)|passage=The worse was the realization that this was my new reality. This too was Bill's debut as a husband of a quad and his first social gathering since June 22.

  16. (w).

  17. A quadrupel beer.

  18. A quadcopter.

  19. (quote-journal)|url=https://www.airspacemag.com/daily-planet/brief-history-quadrotors-180963372/|passage=Today you can buy quadrotor drones—also known as quadcopters—of just about any kind, for just about any price. The extremely wealthy can buy gold-plated quads, and the rest of us can buy tiny plastic ones.

  20. Of or relating to quads.

  21. A bike (gloss)

  22. (abbreviation of) (gloss)

  23. to ride a bike

  24. A blank metal block used to fill short lines of type.

  25. 1853, Dickens|Charles Dickens, “Household Words”, n 160 (April 16), p 148:

  26.  “Quadrats, sir. We call 'em quads.” . . . Quads are the spaces left between the paragraphs that come white on the paper. If you look here, at this page that is set-up, you will see that they are deeper than the spaces left between the words and letters—regular little trenches.
  27. 1979, Marshall Lee, ''Bookmaking'', p 110:

  28. Horizontal spacing is further divided into multiples and fractions of the em. The multiples are called ''quads''. The fractions are called ''spaces''.
  29. 2005, Phil Baines and Andrew Haslam, ''Type & Typography'', 2nd ed, p 91:

  30. Other larger spaces – known as quads – were used to space out lines.
  31. A joke used to fill long days of setting type.

  32. A keyboard command which aligns text with the left or right margin, or centred between them. In combination, as ''quad left, quad right{{,'' or ''quad centre''.

  33. To fill spaces in a line of type with quads. Also ''quad out''.

  34. To align text with the left or right margin, or centre it.

  35. quad, bike

  36. bike

  37. (l)

  38. (syn)

  39. vehicle