suomi-englanti sanakirja

shred englannista suomeksi

  1. suikale, kaistale, riepu

  2. hitunen

  3. suikaloida, silputa

  1. hitunen, kappale, palanen

  2. kaistale, suikale

  3. repiä, silputa, suikaloida

  4. tiluttaa

  5. tiputtaa

shred englanniksi

  1. A fragment of something; a particle; a piece; also, a very small amount.

  2. (synonyms)


  3. (RQ:Harvey Pierces Supererogation)

  4. (RQ:Shakespeare Coriolanus)

  5. (RQ:Milton Smectymnuus) And like a ſon of ''(w)'', vvithout the hire of ''Jeſabel'', charges me ''of blaſpheming God and the King'', as ordinarily he imagines ''me to drink Sack and ſvveare'', meerely becauſe this vvas a ſhred in his common place-Book, (..)

  6. (RQ:Thackeray Lovel)

  7. (quote-journal)

  8. A long, narrow piece (especially of fabric) cut or off|torn off; a strip; specifically, a piece of cloth or clothing.

  9. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet Q1-2)

  10. (RQ:Bacon Baconiana). be the Compound Metals that are Common and Known? and What are the Proportions of Their Mixtures?|page=109|passage=(..) Gold being grovvn ſomevvhat churliſh by recovering, is made more pliant by throvving in ſhreds of tanned Leather, or any Leather oiled.

  11. (RQ:Boyle Scriptures)

  12. (RQ:Dickens Old Curiosity Shop)

  13. (RQ:Gilbert and Sullivan Mikado)

  14. (RQ:Thackeray Vanity Fair)

  15. A thin strand or wisp, as of a cloud, mist, etc.

  16. A thin strip of fruit peel, a vegetable, etc., cut so that it curls.

  17. (RQ:Thackeray Shabby Genteel Story)

  18. A piece of gold or silver lace or thread.

  19. (RQ:Goldsmith Essays)

  20. A shard or (l).

  21. (RQ:Kingsley Hereward the Wake)

  22. A tailor.

  23. (RQ:Jonson Cynthia's Revels). Is it ſo, ſir, you impudent ''Poultroun''? you ſlaue, you liſt, you ſhreds, you.— (..) (smallcaps). S'foot, vve muſt vſe our taylors thus.

  24. (RQ:Massinger Field Fatall Dowry)

  25. To cut or tear (something) into long, narrow pieces or strips.

  26. (RQ:Eliza Smith Compleat Housewife)

  27. To destroy (a document) by cutting or tearing into strips or small pieces that cannot easily be read, especially using a shredder.

  28. (RQ:Doyle Sir Nigel)

  29. To cut (fruit peel, a vegetable, etc.) into thin strips that curl.

  30. To separate (something) into small portions.

  31. (RQ:Dickens Tale of Two Cities)

  32. To reduce (something) by a large percentage; to slash.

  33. (quote-journal), Amazon’s founder, never wanted his customers to worry about shipping – about how much it cost, or about how long it would take – and he relentlessly shredded delivery times to make shipping incidental to the purchasing experience.

  34. Chiefly in music|rock and metal: to play (a instrument (especially a guitar) or a piece of music) very fast.

  35. To through (snow, water, etc.) swiftly with one's snowboard, surfboard, etc.; to move or ride along (a road, track, etc.) aggressively and rapidly.

  36. To convincingly defeat (someone); to thrash, to trounce.

  37. To cut or sever (something) into two parts.

  38. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  39. To chop or cut (something) into pieces.

  40. (RQ:Drayton Battle of Agincourt)

  41. (RQ:Jonson Tale of a Tub)

  42. (quote-book)|editors=Christopher Barker; William Garret|chapter=The Moral Hypocrite is He, in whom Reason Putteth Religion out of Office|title=(lang) DIAPHERONTA, or Divine Characters in Tvvo Parts,(nb...)|location=London|publisher=(...) Byfield|Adoniram Byfeild(nb...)|year=1658|section=1st part|page=40|pageurl=|oclc=908402217|passage=Morality ſhreddeth ſinne as a garden knot; but Religion ſtubbeth it up by the roots.

  43. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Skeffington and Southwell,(nb...)|year=1851|section=part IV (The Shore of the Harbour)|page=117|pageurl=|oclc=56004678|passage=How? speak more at length. Thou snippest off news as a housewife shreddeth leeks.

  44. To cut, lop, or strip (branches, etc.) off; also, to cut (a piece) from something.

  45. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(...) George Bishop and Ralph Nevvberie|year=1590|page=111|pageurl=|oclc=931193989|passage=To call in queſtion the iuriſdiction of Archbiſhops, they affirme that no man is to take vpon him an office but hee that is called, as vvas ''(w)'': but they are not avvare, that the ſame poſition ſhreddeth avvay the vvilde autoritie of doctors, elders, conſiſtorie, conferences, & their abſurd and irregular Synodes, vvhich (as enemies in an aſſault enter the breach) vvould ſteale into the Church through the ruines thereof.

  46. (RQ:Nashe Saffron-Walden)

  47. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(...) Adam Islip for Burby|Cuthbert Burbie,(nb...)|year=1604|page=194|pageurl=|oclc=1136684237|passage=All vſurie in it ovvne nature is biting, becauſe it biteth or ſhreddeth avvay ſome of the borrovvers ſubſtance.

  48. (RQ:Mortimer Husbandry)

  49. (RQ:Scott Marmion)

  50. (RQ:Scott Quentin Durward)

  51. (RQ:R. F. Burton Arabian Nights)

  52. To prune or trim (a tree, a vineyard, etc.).

  53. To become separated into small portions.

  54. (RQ:Twain Connecticut Yankee)

  55. (RQ:Doyle White Company)

  56. To reduce body weight due to fat and water before a competition.

  57. To travel swiftly using a snowboard, surfboard, or vehicle.

  58. (synonym of)

  59. (RQ:Hooke Micrographia)