suomi-englanti sanakirja

sand englannista suomeksi

  1. tarmo

  2. santa, hiekka

  3. hioa

  1. Substantiivi

sand englanniksi

  1. Sand

  1. Rock that is ground more finely than gravel, but is not as fine as silt (more formally, see size (grain size)|grain sizes chart), forming beaches and deserts and also used in construction.

  2. (quote-book)| title= Mr. Pratt's Patients| chapter=1| passage=For a spell we done pretty well. Then there came a reg'lar terror of a sou'wester same as you don't get one summer in a thousand, and blowed the shanty flat and ripped about half of the weir poles out of the sand.

  3. 2018, ''The Guardian'', "Riddle of the sands: the truth behind stolen beaches and dredged islands"

  4. We are addicted to sand but don't know it because we don't buy it as individuals, ―
    China's hunger for sand is insatiable, its biggest dredging site at Lake Poyang produces 989,000 tonnes per day.
  5. A beach or other expanse of sand.

  6. (ux)

  7. (quote-book)| chapter=7| title=The Lonely Pyramid| passage=It was the Lost Oasis, the Oasis of the vision in the sand. Deep-hidden in the hollow, beneath the cliffs, it lay; and round it the happy verdure spread for many a rood. (..) Yes, the quest was ended, the Lost Oasis was the Found!

  8. Personal courage.

  9. (quote-book)

  10. A particle from 62.5 microns to 2 mm in diameter, following the scale.

  11. A light beige colour, like that of typical sand.

  12. (color panel)

  13. A single grain of sand.

  14. (RQ:Shakespeare Cymbeline)

  15. A moment or interval of time; the term or extent of one's life (referring to the sand in an hourglass).

  16. *(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)

  17. Of a light beige colour, like that of typical sand.

  18. To abrade the surface of (something) with sand or sandpaper in order to smooth or clean it.

  19. To cover with sand.

  20. 1938, Herbert|Xavier Herbert, ''(novel)|Capricornia'', New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1943, Chapter IX, page 141,

  21. Sudden stopping, which could be effected easily by sanding the rails and reversing the driving-gear, was dangerous, because the train might telescope and overwhelm the engine.
  22. 1958, Pasternak|Boris Pasternak, ''Zhivago (novel)|Doctor Zhivago'', translated by Max Hayward and Manya Harari, New York: Pantheon, Chapter 4, page 96,

  23. The golden domes of churches and the freshly sanded paths in the town gardens were a glaring yellow.
  24. To blot ink using sand.

  25. A sandpiper.

  26. (l)

  27. true

  28. (l) (finely ground rock)

  29. (inflection of)

  30. (l) (gloss)

  31. A grain of (l).

  32. A shoal, the sea floor.

  33. Land, dry ground.

  34. (senseid) (l)

  35. a sandy riverbank

  36. (syn)

  37. action of sending, embassy, mission, deputation; message

  38. sending, service, course of food, dish of food, repast, mess, victuals

  39. (l), gravel

  40. sand by the sea, sands, seashore, sandy shore, beach

  41. (infl of)

  42. beach

  43. sand (finely ground rock)