quarter

suomi-englanti sanakirja

quarter englannista suomeksi

  1. neljänneslukuvuosi

  2. varttitunti

  3. armo

  4. ilmansuunta, pääilmansuunta

  5. kaupunginosa

  6. paloitella

  7. neljännesnaula

  8. vetää neljään osaan

  9. neljännesdollari

  10. neljännesvuosi

  11. taho

  12. ahteri

  13. neljännes-

  14. neljännes

  15. majoittaa

  16. takale

  17. jakaa neljään osaan

  1. neljännes, neljäsosa

  2. neljännesdollari

  3. neljännesvuosi, vuosineljännes

  4. kaupunginosa

  5. jakaa neljään osaan">jakaa neljään osaan to divide into quarters; jakaa neljällä">jakaa neljällä to divide by four

  6. majoittaa

  7. majoittua

  8. Substantiivi

quarter englanniksi

  1. ''A fourth part of something.''

  2. Each of four equal parts into which something can be divided; a fourth part. (defdate)

  3. ''A quarter of an hour.''

  4. A measure of capacity used chiefly for grain or coal, varying greatly in quantity by time and location. (defdate)

  5. (quote-book)

  6. A fourth part of a pound; approximately 113 grams. (defdate)

  7. A measure of length; originally a fourth part of an ell, now chiefly a fourth part of a yard. (defdate)

  8. A fourth part of the night; one of the watches or divisions of the night. (defdate)

  9. 1526, William Tyndale, trans. ''Bible'', Mark 6:48

  10. And aboute the fourth quartre of the nyght, he cam unto them, walkinge apon the see ....
  11. A fourth part of the year; 3 months; a term or season. (defdate)

  12. A fourth part of an hour; a period of fifteen minutes, especially with reference to the quarter before or after the hour. (defdate)

  13. A fourth part of a hundredweight. (defdate)

  14. A fourth part of a of arms, or the charge on it, larger than a canton and normally on the upper dexter side, formed by a perpendicular line from the top meeting a horizontal line from the side. (defdate)

  15. A quarter-dollar, divided into 25 cents; the coin of that value minted in the States or Canada. (defdate)

  16. One of four equal periods into which a game is divided. (defdate)

  17. A quarter of an acre or 40 roods.

  18. ''Place or position.''

  19. A region or place. (defdate)

  20. *1667, (w), ''Paradise Lost'':

  21. I am to haste, / And all who under me thir Banners wave, / Homeward with flying march where we possess / The Quarters of the North (..).
  22. Each of four parts into which the earth or sky is divided, corresponding to the four cardinal points of the compass. (defdate)

  23. A division or section of a town or city, especially having a particular character of its own, or associated with a particular group etc. (defdate)

  24. One's residence or dwelling-place; (i) rooms, lodgings, especially as allocated to soldiers or domestic staff. (defdate)

  25. A topic or area of endeavour.

  26. 1892, Robert Louis Stevenson, ''The Wrecker'' (chapter 10)

  27. “I'll tell you something, too,” retorted the captain, duskily flushing. “I wouldn't sail this ship for the man you are, if you went upon your knees. I've dealt with gentlemen up to now.”“I can tell you the names of a number of gentlemen you'll never deal with any more, and that's the whole of Longhurst's gang,” said Jim. “I'll put someone's pipe out|put your pipe out in that quarter, my friend. Here, rout out your traps as quick as look at it, and take your vermin along with you. I'll have a captain in, this very night, that's a sailor, and some sailors to work for him.”
  28. The aftmost part of a vessel|vessel's side, roughly from the last mast to the stern. (defdate)

  29. *1808–10, (w), ''Memoirs of a Georgian Rake'', Folio Society 1995, p. 80:

  30. I was one morning walking the deck, when Rogers, whose watch it was, sitting upon the quarter, called to me in his usual style, ‘Come here, Bill.’
  31. (quote-book)|title=(w)|url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/3067/3067-h/3067-h.htm|passage=“My men, the schooner coming up on our weather quarter is a Portuguese pirate.”

  32. The part on either side of a horse's hoof between the toe and heel, the side of its coffin. (defdate)

  33. (quote-book)|title=(w)|chapter=23|url=http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Black_Beauty/23|passage=(..) at last she kicked right over the carriage pole and fell down, after giving me a severe blow on my near quarter.

  34. A section (of a population), especially one having a particular set of values or interests.

  35. ''opposition to the policy came from an unexpected quarter, as well as from certain quarters which had historically opposed it''

    ''all quarters of the socialist movement''; ''praise from Conservative quarters''

  36. 1897, ''National and English Review'', page 499:

  37. It is something to have that sacerdotal position so frankly recognized; but, I repeat, the ground of objection is an extraordinary one, coming as it does from a Liberal quarter in politics.
  38. 2003, ''The Advocate'', page 44:

  39. V. Gene Robinson&39;s installation as an Episcopal bishop was greeted largely by silence from gay quarters.
  40. 2016, Michael Eric Dyson, ''The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America'', Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ((ISBN))

  41. (..) and principled criticism of Obama from black quarters.
  42. Relations between people. (defdate)

  43. (RQ:Shakespeare Othello)

  44. (RQ:Bacon Of Cunnin)

  45. I knew two that were competitors for the secretary's place, (..) and yet kept good quarter between themselves.
  46. Accommodation given to a defeated opponent; mercy; exemption from being killed. (defdate)

  47. ''Short forms.''

  48. A quarterback. (defdate)

  49. A quartermaster; a sergeant. (defdate)

  50. (quote-book)|title=No More Parades|publisher=Penguin|year_published=2012|chapter=Parade's End|page=360|passage=Tietjens said: ‘Send the Canadian sergeant-major to me at the double….’ to the quarter.

  51. A quarterfinal. (defdate)

  52. Pertaining to an aspect of a quarter.

  53. Consisting of a fourth part, a quarter ((frac), 25%).

  54. (ux)

  55. Related to a three-month term, a quarter of a year.

  56. To divide into quarters; to divide by four.

  57. To provide housing for military personnel or other equipment.

  58. To lodge; to have a temporary residence.

  59. To quartersaw.

  60. To drive a carriage so as to prevent the wheels from going into the ruts, or so that a rut shall be between the wheels.

  61. (RQ:De Quincey Confessions of an English Opium-Eater)

  62. fourth

  63. quarter

  64. (l) (gloss)

  65. A (l) (gloss):

  66. A (l) of a whole chicken.

  67. One of the four divisions of the earth or sky.

  68. A (l) of the year; a three-month period.

  69. A (l) of the night; a three-hour period.

  70. A (l) of an hour; a 15-minute period.

  71. One of the moon's four phases.

  72. A fourth part of a of arms.

  73. (n-g):

  74. A unit of capacity (gloss).

  75. A unit of weight (gloss).

  76. A unit of length (gloss).

  77. Any part, portion, or fragment.

  78. A region, locale or place.

  79. A certain fencing maneuver.

  80. A direction; a way.

  81. (l) (one fourth)