suomi-englanti sanakirja

shift englannista suomeksi

  1. muuttaa, korvata

  2. siirtää

  3. kääntyä

  4. työvuoro, vuoro

  5. muutos

  6. muuttaminen

  7. muuttua

  8. käyttää vaihtonäppäintä

  9. vaihtaa

  10. liikehtiä

  11. muuttuminen

  12. säkkipuku

  13. vaihto

  14. alusmekko

  15. liikahtaa

  16. siirtymä

  1. Substantiivi

  2. työvuoro, vuoro

  3. siirtyminen, siirto, muutos

  4. vaihteisto

  5. vaihto, shift

  6. Verbi

  7. muuttaa

  8. siirtää

  9. siirtyä

  10. vaihtaa

shift englanniksi

  1. A type of women's undergarment, a slip.

  2. ''Just last week she bought a new shift at the market.''

  3. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jones)

  4. (quote-book)

  5. 1919, Somerset Maugham|W. Somerset Maugham, ''Moon and Sixpence|The Moon and Sixpence'', Moon and Sixpence/Chapter XLVII|chapter 47

  6. Some wear black shifts and flesh-coloured stockings; some with curly hair, dyed yellow, are dressed like little girls in short muslin frocks.
  7. A change of workers, now specifically a set group of workers or period of working time.

  8. ''We'll work three shifts a day till the job's done.''

  9. An act of shifting; a slight movement or change.

  10. ''There was a shift in the political atmosphere.''

  11. c. 1620-1626, (w), ''letter to Nicholas Pey''

  12. My going to Oxford was not merely for shift of air.
  13. (quote-journal)

  14. The gear mechanism in a motor vehicle.

  15. ''Does it come with a stick-shift?''

  16. (alternative spelling of).

  17. ''If you press shift-P, the preview display will change.''

  18. A shift.

  19. The shift.

  20. ''Teams often use the shift against this lefty.''

  21. The act of kissing passionately.

  22. A contrivance, a device to try when other methods fail.

  23. 1596, Shakespeare, ''(w)''

  24. If I get down, and do not break my limbs,
    I'll find a thousand shifts to get away:
    As good to die and go, as die and stay.
  25. A trick, an artifice.

  26. 1593, Shakespeare, ''(w)''

  27. And if the boy have not a woman's gift
    To rain a shower of commanded tears,
    An onion will do well for such a shift
  28. (RQ:Macaulay Goldsmith)

  29. (RQ:Shakespeare John)

  30. (Template:RQ:Dryden Hind and Panthe)

  31. Little souls on little shifts rely.
  32. The extent, or arrangement, of the overlapping of plank, brick, stones, etc., that are placed in courses so as to break joints.

  33. A breaking off and dislocation of a seam; a fault.

  34. A mutation in which the DNA or RNA from two different sources (such as viruses or bacteria) combine.

  35. In violin-playing, any position of the left hand except that nearest the nut.

  36. To move from one place to another; to redistribute.

  37. (ux)

  38. {{quote-journal|en|date=2012-03|author=William E. Carter, Merri Sue Carter

  39. To change in form or character; swap.

  40. 2008, June Granatir Alexander, ''Ethnic Pride, American Patriotism'' (page ix)

  41. As a result, I shifted my approach to focus on group-generated activities and broadened the chronological time frame.
  42. To change position.

  43. To change residence; to leave and live elsewhere.

  44. (syn)

  45. To change (clothes, especially underwear).

  46. (RQ:Burton Melanchol), II.ii.2:

  47. 'Tis very good to wash his hands and face often, to shift his clothes, to have fair linen about him, to be decently and comely attired .
  48. To change (someone's) clothes; sometimes specifically, to change underwear.

  49. c. 1597, (w), ''(w)'', Act V, Scene 5,

  50. As it were, to ride day and night; and (..) not to have patience to shift me.
  51. *1751, (w), ''The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle'', I.21:

  52. The first thing he did was to secure a convenient lodging at the inn where he dined; then he shifted himself, and according to the direction he had received, went to the house of Mrs. Gauntlet (..).
  53. To change gears (in a car).

  54. To move the keys of a typewriter over in order to type capital letters and special characters.

  55. To switch to a character entry mode for capital letters and special characters.

  56. To manipulate a binary number by moving all of its digits left or right; compare rotate.

  57. To remove the first value from an array.

  58. To of.

  59. To hurry; to move quickly.

  60. To engage in sexual petting.

  61. To resort to expedients for accomplishing a purpose; to contrive; to manage.

  62. 1692, (w), ''Fables of Æsop and Other Eminent Mythologists with Morals and Reflexions'', London: R. Sare ''et al.'', Fable 83, Reflexion, p. 81,

  63. (..) men in distress will look to themselves in the First Place, and leave their Companions to Shift as well as they can.
  64. 1743, (w), ''The Pleasant, and Surprizing Adventures of Mr. Robert Drury, during his Fifteen Years Captivity on the Island of Madagascar'', London, p. 112,

  65. My Fellow-Slaves were (..) as courteous to me as I could well-expect; and as they had Plantations of their own, they gave me (..) such Victuals as they had; especially on dark Nights, and at such Times as I could not shift for myself.
  66. To practice indirect or evasive methods.

  67. 1614, (w), ''History of the World'', London: Walter Burre, Part 1, Chapter 3, Section 7, p. 45,

  68. But this I dare auow of all those Schoole-men, that though they were exceeding wittie, yet they better teach all their Followers to shift, then to resolue, by their distinctions.
  69. In violin-playing, to move the left hand from its original position next to the nut.

  70. (l) (gloss)