quit

suomi-englanti sanakirja

quit englannista suomeksi

  1. keskeyttää, antaa periksi

  2. lähteä pois

  3. lopettaa

  4. jättää sikseen

  5. lakata

  1. lähteä, poistua, jättää

  2. lopettaa, lakata, luovuttaa, luopua

  3. ottaa lopputili, erota

  4. Verbi

quit englanniksi

  1. Released from obligation, penalty, etc; free, clear, or rid.

  2. 1990, Claude de Bèze, ''1688 revolution in Siam: the memoir of Father de Bèze, s.j'', translated by E. W. Hutchinson, University Press, page 153:

  3. With mounting anger the King denounced the pair, both father and son, and was about to condemn them to death when his strength gave out. Faint and trembling he was unable to walk and the sword fell from his hands as he murmured: 'May the Protector of the Buddhist Faith grant me but seven more days grace of life to be quit of this disloyal couple, father and son'.
  4. To pay (a debt, fine etc.).

  5. 1605, (w)

  6. Enkindle all the sparks of nature To quit this horrid act.
  7. (RQ:Fairfax Godfrey of Bulloign)

  8. that judge that quits each soul his hire
  9. To repay (someone) for (something).

  10. (RQ:Mlry MrtDrthr)

  11. (c.) published 1568, (w), ''Againſt venemous tongues enpoyſoned with ſclaunder and falſe detractions &c.'':

  12. But if that I knewe what his name hight,For clatering of me I would him ſone quight;For his falſe lying, of that I ſpake never,I could make him ſhortly repent him forever:
  13. To repay, back (a good deed, injury etc.).

  14. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  15. 1613, (w), William Barksted, ''The Insatiate Countess'', III.2:

  16. Forgive me, Rogero: 'tis my fate To love thy friend and quit thy love with hate.
  17. To conduct or acquit (oneself); to behave (in a specified way).

  18. (RQ:King James Version)

  19. (RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)

  20. To carry through; to go through to the end.

  21. 1595-1609, (w), ''Civil Wars''

  22. Never worthy prince a day did quit With greater hazard and with more renown.
  23. To set at rest; to free, as from anything harmful or oppressive; to relieve; to clear; to liberate.

  24. 1688, (w), ''Preparation for Death''

  25. To quit you (..) of this fear, (..)you have already lookt Death in the face; what have you found so terrible in it?
  26. To release from obligation, accusation, penalty, etc.; to absolve; to acquit.

  27. To abandon, renounce (a thing).

  28. To leave (a place).

  29. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jone)

  30. Jones had no sooner quitted the room, than the petty-fogger, in a whispering tone, asked Mrs Whitefield, “If she knew who that fine spark was?”
  31. 1865, ''Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society'' (page 33)

  32. He quitted the lake on the 23rd of September, and on the 4th of October arrived at Queenstown, on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, having succeded in finding a transitable route.
  33. (quote-journal)

  34. To resign from (a job, office, position, etc.).

  35. (ux)

  36. To stop, up (an activity) (usually + gerund or verbal noun).

  37. To close (an application).

  38. Any of numerous species of small passerine birds native to tropical America. (defdate)

  39. (inflection of)