suomi-englanti sanakirja

reach englannista suomeksi

  1. ulottuvuus, vaikutusala

  2. ponnistella

  3. venyttäminen

  4. kantama

  5. ylettyä, ulottaa, osua, ulottua

  6. tavoittaa

  7. kurkottaa

  8. saapua

  9. saavuttaa

  10. nousta

  11. toimintasäde

  1. saavuttaa

  2. kurottaa, kurkottaa, tavoitella

  3. ojentaa

  4. ylettää, ylettyä, yltää

  5. osua

  6. saavuttaa; ulottaa esp. influence; tunkeutua penetrate; lävistää pierce, yltää

  7. ulottua, ylettyä, saavuttaa, yltää

  8. tavoitella, tavoittaa

  9. saada yhteys

  10. saapua, saavuttaa

  11. saavuttaa, täyttää

  12. käsittää

  13. tavoitella; yrittää liikaa">yrittää liikaa

  14. yltää

  15. purjehtia avotuuleen">purjehtia avotuuleen

  16. ulottuvuus, kantama

  17. ulottuvuus

  18. kaukaa haettu

  19. alue

  20. avotuuli

  21. Substantiivi

reach englanniksi

  1. To extend, stretch, or thrust out (for example a limb or object held in the hand).

  2. (ux)

  3. To give to someone by stretching out a limb, especially the hand; to give with the hand; to pass to another person; to over.

  4. To stretch out the hand.

  5. To attain or obtain by stretching forth the hand; to extend some part of the body, or something held, so as to touch, strike, grasp, etc.

  6. To strike or touch.

  7. To extend an action, effort, or influence to; to penetrate to; to pierce, or cut.

  8. 1889, ''The Kindergarten-Primary Magazine'' (volume 1, page 119)

  9. A few words, lovingly, encouragingly spoken failed to reach her heart.
  10. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  11. To extend to; to stretch out as far as; to touch by virtue of extent.

  12. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost) leads to no excess / That reaches blame.

  13. (quote-web)|date=3 February 2019|passage=Patent filings for neural networks grew at a rate of 46 percent from 2013 to 2016, reaching 6,506, the study found.

  14. : (audio)
  15. To arrive at (a place) by effort of any kind.

  16. (RQ:Cheyne Philosophical Principles of Religion Natural and Reveale)

  17. the best Accounts of the Appearances of Nature (in any single Instance how minute or simple soever) human Penetration can reach, comes infinitely short of its Reality
  18. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity). By the time we reached the house we were thanking our stars she had come. Mrs. Cooke came out from under the port-cochere to welcome her.

  19. To make contact with.

  20. (syn)


  21. To connect with (someone) on an emotional level, making them receptive of (one); to through to (someone).

  22. ''What will it take for me to reach him?''

  23. To arrive at a particular destination.

  24. (quote-book)

  25. {{quote-newsgroup|en|author=Mr. Free Notes|title=Getting bus from KL to Singapore leaving night, likely to be any delays in arrival?

  26. {{quote-newsgroup|en|author=Rakesh Chandrasekar|title=Post Trek Mail II - Freshers Trek April 22nd Nagala West

  27. To continue living until or up to (a certain age).

  28. To understand; to comprehend.

  29. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Comedies and Tragedies)

  30. To strain after something; to make (sometimes futile or pretentious) efforts.

  31. 2015, Janet S. Steinwedel, ''The Golden Key to Executive Coaching''

  32. Repetitious comments are other examples of introjects that we take on as if they were truths. These include: You're lazy; you're selfish; you'll never amount to anything; you have big dreams; don't you think you're reaching a bit; try something more attainable; you were never good in math; you're not quick on your feet; you're oblivious to the world around you.
  33. To extend in dimension, time etc.; to stretch out continuously ((m), (m), (m), (m) etc. something).

  34. 1994, Nelson Mandela, ''Long Walk to Freedom'', Abacus 2010, page 4:

  35. The Thembu tribe reaches back for twenty generations to King Zwide.
  36. To sail on the wind, as from one point of tacking to another, or with the wind nearly abeam.

  37. To arrive at a particular destination, especially to join someone; to up.

  38. (quote-web)

  39. The act of stretching or extending; extension.

  40. The ability to reach or touch with the person, a limb, or something held or thrown.

  41. (RQ:Burroughs Land That Time Forgot) and we have learned not to fire at any of the dinosaurs unless we can keep out of their reach for at least two minutes after hitting them in the brain or spine, or five minutes after puncturing their hearts—it takes them so long to die.

  42. The power of stretching out or extending action, influence, or the like; power of attainment or management; extent of force or capacity.

  43. (RQ:Hayward Edward 6)

  44. (RQ:Pope Essay on Criticism)

  45. Extent; stretch; expanse; hence, application; influence; result; scope.

  46. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  47. (RQ:Shakespeare Othello)

  48. 1999, Evan J. Mandery, ''The Campaign: Rudy Giuliani, Ruth Messenger, Al Sharpton, and the Race to be Mayor of New York City''

  49. While points measure the number of times the average person in a group sees an ad, reach measures the percentage of people in a group that see an ad at least once. Increasing the reach of an ad becomes increasingly expensive as you go along (for the mathematically inclined, it is an exponential function).
  50. An exaggeration; an extension beyond evidence or normal; a stretch.

  51. ''To call George eloquent is certainly a reach.''

  52. The distance a boxer's arm can extend to land a blow.

  53. Any of sail in which the wind comes from the side of a vessel, excluding close-hauled.

  54. The distance traversed between tacks.

  55. A stretch of a watercourse which can be sailed in one reach (in the previous sense). An extended portion of water; a stretch; a straightish portion of a stream, river, or arm of the sea extending up into the land, as from one turn to another. By extension, the adjacent land.

  56. (RQ:Pliny Holland Historie of the Worl)

  57. the gulfe Iasius, and all the coast thereof is very full of creekes and reaches.
  58. (RQ:Tennyson In Memoria)

  59. The river's wooded reach.
  60. (RQ:Conrad Heart of Darkness)

  61. December 2011, Dan Houston, ''Sailing a classic yacht on the Thames'', Classic Boat Magazine

  62. Close-hauled past flats at Island Gardens opposite the old Royal Naval College at Greenwich we’d been making more than seven knots over the ground and we came close enough to touch the wall. It had felt like roller-blading – long lee-bowed boards down the reaches of this historic river. They have such great names: Bugsby’s Reach, Gallions Reach, Fiddler’s Reach or the evocative Lower Hope Reach.
  63. A level stretch of a watercourse, as between rapids in a river or locks in a canal. (examples?)

  64. An extended portion or area of land or water.

  65. (RQ:Lindsay Age of Consent)

  66. 2002, Russell Allen, "Incantations of the Apprentice", on Symphony X, ''The Odyssey''.

  67. (quote)
  68. An article to obtain an advantage.

  69. (RQ:Bacon War with Spain)

  70. The pole or rod connecting the rear axle with the forward bolster of a wagon.

  71. (alternative form of).

  72. deer

  73. spiderweb