suomi-englanti sanakirja

rock englannista suomeksi

  1. keinuttaa, keikuttaa

  2. tuki ja turva

  3. rokki, rock

  4. keikkua, keinua

  5. karamelli, tikkunekku

  6. kallio, kivi

  7. keinahdus

  1. kivi

  2. kivi, kallio from the ground, kari, luoto, kivi from water

  3. kivi, kivenlohkare, lohkare

  4. kallio hill, luoto island

  5. kallio

  6. kivilaji

  7. jääpala, jää (monikko) / jäät, jääkuutio

  8. tikkunekku

  9. tollo

  10. tr. keinuttaa, intr. keinua

  11. keikuttaa

  12. keikkua

  13. huuhtoa

  14. ravisuttaa

  15. keinunta, keinutus, keikunta, keikutus, ravistelu

  16. rokki, rock

  17. rokata

  18. rulettaa

  19. panna vauhtia

  20. Substantiivi

rock englanniksi

  1. Rock

  1. A formation of minerals, specifically:

  2. The naturally occurring aggregate of solid mineral matter that constitutes a significant part of the earth's crust.

  3. (quote-journal)| title=High and wet| passage=Floods in northern India, mostly in the small state of Uttarakhand, have wrought disaster on an enormous scale.(..)Rock-filled torrents smashed vehicles and homes, burying victims under rubble and sludge.

  4. (ux)

  5. A mass of stone projecting out of the ground or water.

  6. A boulder or large stone; or a smaller stone; a pebble.

  7. Any natural material with a distinctive composition of minerals.

  8. A precious stone or gem, especially a diamond.

  9. (quote-song) ft. Ma$e & Diddy|title=(w)|album=Life After Death|passage=I call all the shots, rip all the spots / Rock all the rocks, cop all the drops

  10. A large hill or island having no vegetation.

  11. Something that is strong, stable, and dependable; a person who provides security or support to another.

  12. (RQ:KJV)

  13. 1991, Robert Harling and Andrew Bergman, ''(w)'', Paramount Pictures,

  14. Celeste Talbert: She is my rock, my right hand.
  15. A lump or cube of ice.

  16. A type of confectionery made from sugar in the shape of a stick, traditionally having some text running through its length.

  17. A crystallized lump of cocaine.

  18. (syn)

  19. (quote-song)

  20. (quote-book)

  21. An unintelligent person, especially one who repeats mistakes.

  22. An Afrikaner.

  23. An extremely conservative player who is willing to play only the very strongest hands.

  24. Any of several fish:

  25. The bass.

  26. The huss or salmon.

  27. ''We ordered rock and chips to take away.''

  28. A basketball.

  29. (quote-web)'' is one big, witless commercial for (w) properties|url=|work=(w)|date=14 July 2021|passage= It the original ''Space Jam'' limped to 88 minutes with detours into Jordan’s swanky mansion and forced its cartoon cavalry to compete for screen time against Wayne Knight and a bunch of basketball players who delivered their lines much less confidently than they put the rock through the net.

  30. A mistake.

  31. 2014, Joe Morgan, ‎Richard Lally, ''Baseball For Dummies'' (page 227)

  32. Now, you should never make the last out of an inning at third, and when a player does it, everyone knows he pulled a rock.
  33. (synonym of).

  34. A closed hand (a handshape resembling a rock), that beats scissors and loses to paper. It beats lizard and loses to Spock in rock-paper-scissors-lizard-Spock.

  35. A ball, especially a new one that has not been softened by use

  36. A crystal used to control the radio frequency.

  37. 1980, Joseph J. Carr, ''The Complete Handbook of Radio Receivers'' (page 199)

  38. It was easily possible to double the cost of a CB rig just by adding all of the "rocks" necessary to do the job.
  39. To move gently and forth.

  40. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp) he was terrible, nerve-inflaming, poisonously asphyxiating. He sat rocking himself in the late Mr. Churchill's swing chair, smoking and twaddling.

  41. To cause to shake or sway violently.

  42. (RQ:Dryden TA)

  43. A rising earthquake rocked the ground.
  44. To sway or tilt violently back and forth.

  45. To be washed and panned in a cradle or in a rocker.

  46. To disturb the emotional equilibrium of; to distress; to greatly impact (most often positively).

  47. To well or to be operating at high efficiency.

  48. (quote-journal)

  49. to be cool.

  50. to love to or sex with.

  51. (quote-song)|title=On Feel the Noize|Cum On Feel the Noize|passage=Cum on feel the noize, girls, rock your boys.

  52. (quote-song)|title=Me Gently (Andy Kim song)|Rock Me Gently|passage=Rock me gently, rock me slowly, take it easy, don't you know, that I have never been loved like this before.

  53. (quote-song)|author=Harry Wayne Casey, Richard Finch|title=Your Baby|Rock Your Baby|passage=Open up your heart / And let the loving start / Oh, woman, take me in your arms / Rock your baby.

  54. (quote-song)|title=Don't Stop the Music (Yarbrough and Peoples song)|Don't Stop the Music|album=The Two of Us|author=Jonah Ellis, Alisa Peoples, Cavin Yarbrough|passage=I just wanna rock you, all night long.

  55. To sway one's body as a stim.

  56. (quote-web)

  57. An act of rocking; a rocking motion; a sway.

  58. A style of music characterized by basic drum-beat, generally 4/4 riffs, based on (usually electric) guitar, guitar, drums{{, and vocals.

  59. To play, perform, or enjoy rock music, especially with a lot of skill or energy.

  60. To be very favourable or skilful; excel; be fantastic.

  61. (ant)

  62. To thrill or excite, especially with rock music.

  63. To do something with excitement yet skillfully.

  64. (senseid) To wear (a piece of clothing, outfit etc.) successfully or with style; to off (a particular look, style).

  65. Distaff.

  66. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  67. The flax or wool on a distaff.

  68. (archaic form of) (mythical bird)

  69. rock, music

  70. rock (gloss)

  71. rock (gloss)

  72. (l) (gl)

  73. (l) (gloss)

  74. (l)

  75. rock (music style)

  76. a coat, an overcoat

  77. 3|rock, and roll