register englannista suomeksi
tulla ymmärretyksi, mennä perille
A book of such entries.
(RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives) turn another into the register of your own.
An entry in such a book.
The act of registering.
A certificate issued by the collector of customs of a port or district to the owner of a vessel, containing the description of a vessel, its name, ownership, and other material facts. It is kept on board the vessel, to be used as evidence of nationality or as a muniment of title.
One who registers or records; a registrar; especially, a public officer charged with the duty of recording certain transactions or events.
''a register of deeds''
2005, Abeer El-Shahawy, ''The Egyptian Museum in Cairo: A Walk Through the Alleys of Ancient Egypt'', page 23:
- The reverse side is divided into three registers. In the first register is the name of Narmer represented as a fish and a chisel inscribed in the ''serekh''.
A list of received calls in a set.
1992, Michael A. Miller, ''The 68000 Microprocessor Family: Architecture, Programming, and Applications'' (page 47)
- When the microprocessor decodes the JSR opcode, it stores the operand into the TEMP register and pushes the current contents of the PC ($00 0128) onto the stack.
2014, Jason Gregory, ''Game Engine Architecture, Second Edition'' (page 90)
- If you can trace back through the disassembly to where the variable is first loaded into a register, you can often discover its value or its address by inspecting that register.
- It seems equally clear that the ‘Complement + Prepositionʼ order illustrated in (172) (a) is likewise highly marked, and hence subject to heavy restrictions on its use. And sure enough, this does indeed seem to be the case: for one thing, forms such as ''thereafter'', ''herein'', ''whereby'' are stylistically highly marked (e.g. they are only used in particular registers such as legal language).
1891, Anson Oliver Kittredge, ''The Metal Worker Essays on House Heating by Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air: With Introduction and Tabular Comparisons'', page 22:
- No. 1 chamber, 1 8x12 side wall register for warm air. No. 2 chamber, 1 8x12 side wall register for warm air.
1897, Edward J. Mehren, Henry Coddington Meyer, John M. Goodell, ''Engineering Record, Building Record and Sanitary Engineer'', page 102:
- The remaining ceiling register is connected with the main vent shaft containing the smokepipe. Each of the ceiling registers in the lecture hall is controlled by a damper operated by a drain in the boilerroom.
1906, ''Architectural File'', page 543:
- The Ideal Wall Register is not a receptacle for the accumulation of dirt. It avoids the necessity of cutting carpets. It is absolutely fireproof.
1984, Stephen King, ''Gramma'':
- He went up to the room he shared with Buddy and opened the hot-air register so he could hear what his mother did next.
To record officially and handle specially.
To place one's name, or have one's name placed in a register.
''They registered for school.''
To make an impression.
1974, Robert Elman, ''The Hunter's Field Guide to the Game Birds and Animals of North America'' ((ISBN))
- The slightly smaller hind print may overlap but seldom registers precisely in the front track.
1992, Dwight R. Schuh, ''Bowhunter's Encyclopedia: Practical, Easy-to-Find Answers to Your Bowhunting Questions'', Stackpole Books ((ISBN)), page 279:
- (..) but cat tracks are slightly more staggered, and on each side the back foot registers directly on the track of the front foot.
To voluntarily sign over for safe keeping, abandoning complete ownership for partial.
Hun er ikke i registret for varulve.
She is not in the registry of werewolves.
2006, ''Danske studier'' (ISBN)
- I midten af 1970&39;erne etablerede Child Directed Speech sig som en retning inden for børnesprogsforskningen, oprindeligt fordi man var inspireret af den antropologisk og sociolingvistisk funderede identifikation af et særligt register, Baby Talk, som voksne bruger i talen til børn (Ferguson 1977).
- : In the mid-1970's, Child Directed Speech established itself as a branch in child language research, originally because one was inspired by the anthropologically and sociolingustically founded identification of a special register, Baby Talk, that adults use in speech with children (Ferguson 1977).
- I den sociolingvistiske litteratur læser man ofte at samtaleemnet som en komponent der indgår i de sprogligt interagerendes respektive definitioner af situationen,(si) kan have indflydelse på valget af den kode eller det register som samtalen føres i.
- : In sociolingustic literature, one often reads that the dialog topic, as a component in the lingustically interacting persons' respective definitions of the situation, may influence the choice of the code or register in which the dialogue is conducted.
A (l), a lodger.
a formal recording of names, events, transactions etc.
the exact alignment of lines, margins and colors.
a small unit of very fast memory that is directly accessible to the central processing unit, and is mostly used to store inputs, outputs or intermediate results of computations.
a (l) (qualifier)
a (l) (qualifier)
a (l) (q)
a (l) (q)
a machine that keeps a register, a register