suomi-englanti sanakirja

section englannista suomeksi

  1. osa

  2. leikkaus, sektio

  3. pala, lohko

  4. ryhmä

  5. neliömaili

  6. alue

  7. osasto

  8. soitinryhmä

  9. viipaloida, lohkoa, jakaa

  10. jaosto

  11. luku, osio

  12. kappale

  1. Substantiivi

  2. leike

  3. lohko, osa, osasto, jaos; sektio music

  4. jakso, luku, kappale, kohta, osasto newspaper, luku, pykälä, artikla law

  5. leikkaus

  6. leikkaus, sektio

  7. Verbi

  8. leikata, jakaa, lohkoa

section englanniksi

  1. A cutting; a part cut out from the rest of something.

  2. A part, piece, subdivision of anything.

  3. (quote-journal)

  4. A group of instruments in an orchestra.

  5. (ux)

  6. A part of a document.

  7. An act or instance of cutting.

  8. A cross-section (image that shows an object as if cut along a plane).

  9. A cross-section perpendicular the longitudinal axis of an aircraft in flight.

  10. An incision or the act of making an incision.

  11. (short for)

  12. A thin slice of material prepared as a specimen for research.

  13. (senseid) A taxonomic rank below the genus (and subgenus if present), but above the species.

  14. An informal taxonomic rank below the order ranks and above the family ranks.

  15. A group of 10-15 soldiers led by a officer and forming part of a platoon.

  16. A inverse.

  17. A piece of residential land; a plot.

  18. A one-mile square area of land, defined by a government survey.

  19. Any of the squares, each containing 640 acres, into which the public lands of the United States were divided.

  20. The symbol (m), denoting a section of a document.

  21. A sequence of rock layers.

  22. To cut, divide or separate into pieces.

  23. To reduce to the degree of thinness required for study with the microscope.

  24. To commit (a person, to a hospital, with or without their consent), as for mental health reasons. (non-gloss definition)

  25. 1998, Diana Gittins, ''Madness in its Place: Narratives of Severalls Hospital, 1913-1997'', Routledge, (ISBN), page 45:

  26. Tribunals were set up as watchdogs in cases of compulsory detention (sectioning). (..) Informal patients, however, could be sectioned, and this was often a fear of patients once they were in hospital.
  27. (ante) Lucy Johnstone, ''Users and Abusers of Psychiatry: A Critical Look at Psychiatric Practice'', Second Edition, Routledge (2000), (ISBN), page xiv:

  28. The doctor then sectioned her, making her an involuntary patient, and had her moved to a secure ward.
  29. 2006, Mairi Colme, ''A Divine Dance of Madness'', Chipmunkapublishing, (ISBN), page 5:

  30. After explaining that for 7 years, from ’88 to ’95, I was permanently sectioned under the Mental Health act, robbed of my freedom, my integrity, my rights, I wrote at the time;- (..)


  31. (sense) To perform a section on (someone).

  32. 2012, Anne Fraser, ''St. Piran's: Daredevil, Doctor...Dad!'', Harlequin, page 16:

  33. "But if she's gone into active labour she could be bleeding massively and you may have to section her there and then."
  34. 2008, Murray et al, ''Labor and Delivery Nursing: Guide to Evidence-Based Practice'', Springer Publishing Company, page 57:

  35. You may hear a physician say, "I don't want to section her until the baby declares itself."
  36. (l) (gloss)

  37. (act of) (l)

  38. (l) (gloss)

  39. (l)

  40. (l) by (l)

  41. (l), (l), (l)

  42. (l)