suomi-englanti sanakirja

ring englannista suomeksi

  1. saartaa

  2. sormus

  3. rengas

  4. rengastaa

  5. kilistä

  6. rinki

  7. soida

  8. kehä

  9. soittaa

  10. sävy

  11. helinä

  1. rengas

  2. sormus

  3. kehä

  4. areena

  5. rinki, rengas

  6. tynnyri rough equivalent

  7. ympäröidä

  8. kaulata

  9. rengastaa

  10. kaarrella

  11. sointi

  12. soitto, puhelinsoitto

  13. soida

  14. soittaa

  15. soida; kilistä, piristä

  16. kuulostaa

  17. soittaa (jollekin)">soittaa (jollekin)

  18. kaikua

  19. soittaa kelloja">soittaa kelloja

  20. toistella often; kailottaa loudly; vakuutella earnestly

  21. joukkorengas

  22. Substantiivi

  23. Verbi

ring englanniksi

  1. A solid object in the shape of a circle.

  2. A circumscribing object, (roughly) circular and hollow, looking like an ring, earring, ring etc.

  3. (syn)

  4. A round piece of (precious) metal worn around the finger or through the ear, nose, etc.

  5. (RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)

  6. A band, a round piece of metal put around a bird's leg used for identification and studies of migration.

  7. A burner on a kitchen stove.

  8. In a jack plug, the connector between the tip and the sleeve.

  9. An instrument, formerly used for taking the sun's altitude, consisting of a brass ring suspended by a swivel, with a hole at one side through which a solar ray entering indicated the altitude on the graduated inner surface opposite.

  10. A flexible band partly or wholly encircling the spore cases of ferns.

  11. A group of objects arranged in a circle.

  12. A circular group of people or objects.

  13. (ux)

  14. (RQ:Milton Poems)

  15. (quote-book)| title=The Three Corpse Trick| chapter=5| passage=The hovel stood in the centre of what had once been a vegetable garden, but was now a patch of rank weeds. Surrounding this, almost like a zareba, was an irregular ring of gorse and brambles, an unclaimed vestige of the original common.

  16. A formation of various pieces of material orbiting around a planet or young star.

  17. A large circular prehistoric stone construction such as (w).

  18. A piece of food in the shape of a ring.

  19. (short for)

  20. 2002, Feroz Khan, ''Information Society in Global Age'' (page 100)

  21. Individuals looking to add their own homepage to a particular ring are, however, more or less at the mercy of the ringmaster, who often maintains a ring homepage listing its acceptance (or membership) policies and an index of its member sites.
  22. A place where some sports or exhibitions take place; notably a circular or comparable arena, such as a ring or a ring; hence the field of a political contest.

  23. 1707, (w), ''Phaedra and Hippolitus''

  24. Place me, O, place me in the dusty ring, / Where youthful charioteers contend for glory.
  25. The open space in front of a racecourse stand, used for betting purposes.

  26. (senseid) An exclusive group of people, usually involving some unethical or illegal practices. Category:en:Corruption

  27. 1877, (w), ''The History of the Norman Conquest of England''

  28. the ruling ring at Constantinople
  29. 1928, (w), ''Boston''

  30. It's a blackmail ring, and the district attorneys get a share of the loot.
  31. (quote-web)| url=https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jul/30/qanon-4chan-rightwing-conspiracy-theory-explained-trump| text=In a thread called “Calm Before the Storm”, and in subsequent posts, Q established his legend as a government insider with top security clearance who knew the truth about a secret struggle for power involving Donald Trump, the “deep state”, Robert Mueller, the Clintons, pedophile rings, and other stuff.

  32. A group of atoms linked by bonds to form a closed chain in a molecule.

  33. A planar geometrical figure included between two concentric circles.

  34. A mark in the shape of a hollow circle placed above or under the letter; a kroužek.

  35. An old English measure of corn equal to the coomb or half a quarter.

  36. 1866, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, ''A History of Agriculture and Prices in England'', Volume 1, page 168.

  37. The ring is common in the Huntingdonshire accounts of Ramsey Abbey. It was equal to half a quarter, i.e., is identical with the coomb of the eastern counties
  38. A hierarchical level of privilege in a computer system, usually at hardware level, used to protect data and functionality (also ''protection ring'').

  39. 2007, Steve Anson, Steve Bunting, ''Mastering Windows Network Forensics and Investigation'' (page 70)

  40. Kernel Mode processes run in ring 0, and User Mode processes run in ring 3.
  41. Either of the pair of clamps used to hold a telescopic sight to a rifle.

  42. The twenty-fifth Lenormand card.

  43. To enclose or surround.

  44. (quote-journal)

  45. To make an incision around; to girdle.

  46. To attach a ring to, especially for identification.

  47. 1919, ''Popular Science'' (volume 95, number 4, page 31)

  48. Ringing a pig of ordinary size is easy, but special arrangements must be made for handling the big ones.
  49. To surround or fit with a ring, or as if with a ring.

  50. (RQ:Shakespeare King John)

  51. To rise in the air spirally.

  52. (RQ:Hopkins Poems) how he rung upon the rein of a wimpling wing / In his ecstacy!

  53. To steal and change the identity of (cars) in order to resell them.

  54. A. Woodley, ''Trio: 3 short stories''

  55. Gabe said that as Derry had only caught part of the conversation, it's possible that they were discussing a film, it was bad enough that they'd unwittingly been brought into ringing cars, adding drugs into it was far more than either of them could ever be comfortable with.
  56. 2019 (10 December), Ross McCarthy, ''Digbeth chop shop gang jailed over £2m stolen car racket'' (in ''Birmingham Live'') https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/digbeth-chop-shop-gang-jailed-17393456

  57. They used two bases in Digbeth to break down luxury motors, some of which were carjacked or stolen after keys were taken in house raids. The parts were then fitted to salvaged cars bought online. (..) Jailing the quartet, a judge at Birmingham Crown Court said it was a "car ringing on a commercial and substantial scale".
  58. To ride around (a group of animals, especially catle) to keep them milling in one place; hence (i), to work as a drover, to muster cattle.

  59. *2002, (w), ''Journey to the Stone Country'', Allen & Unwin 2003, p. 289:

  60. ‘I was ringing for your dad out there at Haddon Hill the year you was born. It was a good year for calves.’
  61. The resonant sound of a bell, or a sound resembling it.

  62. A pleasant or correct sound.

  63. A sound or appearance that is characteristic of something.

  64. A telephone call.

  65. Any loud sound; the sound of numerous voices; a sound continued, repeated, or reverberated.

  66. (RQ:Bacon Henry )

  67. the ring of acclamations fresh in his ears
  68. A chime, or set of bells harmonically tuned.

  69. (RQ:Fuller Church Histor)

  70. as great and tunable a ring of bells as any in the world
  71. Of a bell, etc., to produce a resonant sound.

  72. To make (a bell, etc.) produce a resonant sound.

  73. (RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth)

  74. To produce (a sound) by ringing.

  75. ''They rang a Christmas carol on their handbells.''

  76. To produce the sound of a bell or a similar sound.

  77. Of something spoken or written, to appear to be, to seem, to sound.

  78. To telephone (someone).

  79. to resound, reverberate, echo.

  80. 1898, (w), (w) Chapter 4

  81. So he spoke, and it seemed there was a little halting at first, as of men not liking to take Blackbeard's name in Blackbeard's place, or raise the Devil by mocking at him. But then some of the bolder shouted 'Blackbeard', and so the more timid chimed in, and in a minute there were a score of voices calling 'Blackbeard, Blackbeard', till the place rang again.
  82. 1919, (w), ''Source and Aim of Human Progress|The Source and Aim of Human Progress'':

  83. ''It is instructive for us to learn as well as to ponder on the fact that "the very men who looked down with delight, when the sand of the arena reddened with human blood, made the arena ring with applause when Terence in his famous line: ‘Homo sum, Nihil humani alienum puto’ proclaimed the brotherhood of man."''
  84. To produce music with bells.

  85. (RQ:Holder EO)

  86. Four Bells admit Twenty-four changes in Ringing
  87. To repeat often, loudly, or earnestly.

  88. An structure which consists of a set with two operations: an operation and a operation, such that the set is an group under the additive operation, a monoid under the multiplicative operation, and such that the multiplicative operation is distributive with respect to the additive operation.

  89. An algebraic structure as above, but only required to be a semigroup under the operation, that is, there need not be a multiplicative element.

  90. A family of sets that is closed under finite unions and differences.{{cite-book

  91. (l), hollow circular object

  92. taro

  93. in, at (basa alus)

  94. light

  95. (l) (gloss)

  96. (l)

  97. circle

  98. halo

  99. hoop

  100. coil

  101. (l) (qualifier)

  102. (inflection of)

  103. (l)

  104. beltway, road

  105. (l), (l)

  106. boat

  107. (verb form of)

  108. (verb form of)

  109. to swing, to rock

  110. to sway, to roll

  111. (l), ring (gloss)

  112. sound of bell.

  113. (l),

  114. a circumscribing object, (roughly) circular and hollow, looking like an annual ring, earring, finger ring etc.

  115. boxing ring.

  116. (l); a circular piece of material

  117. The ring, place where sports such as boxing takes place

  118. (nn-verb-form of)

  119. ring, circle

  120. ring

  121. (alternative form of)

  122. the (l) (q)

  123. ring

  124. A ring, algebraic structure

  125. A ring, planar geometrical figure

  126. A ring, collection of material orbiting some planets

  127. Each of the (usually three) years in a Swedish ''(l)'' (highschool)

  128. (sv-verb-form-imp)

  129. (topics) ring (jewelry)

  130. (quote-book)