suomi-englanti sanakirja

site englannista suomeksi

  1. paikka

  2. sijoittaa

  3. nettisivut

  4. tontti

  1. paikka, sijaintipaikka

  2. sivusto

  3. Substantiivi

  4. Verbi

site englanniksi

  1. Sorrow, grief.

  2. a1307, (w), ''Chronicle'', read in Thomas Hearne, ''Peter Langtoft's Chronicle'' (1725) as reprinted, apparently in facsimile, in ''The Works of Thomas Hearne, M.A. Volume 3, Peter Langtoft's Chronicle, Volume I'', Samuel Bagster (1810) p. 5

  3. Ine þe kyng had a sonne, his name Adellus./Dede he toke & he died, als it salle do vs./Sorow & site he made, þer was non oþer rede,/For his sonne & heyre, þat so sone was dede.
  4. The place where anything is fixed; situation; local position

  5. (usex)

  6. 1613, Richard Moore, Silvester Jourdain, William Crashaw, William Castell, ''A Plaine Description of the Barmvdas, Now Called Sommer Ilands: With the manner of their discouerie anno 1609...''title extends to 77 words, W. Welby, p .8,

  7. A more full and exact description of the Countrie, and Narration of the nature, site, and commodities, together with a true Historie of the great deliuerance of Sir Thomas Gates and his companie vpon them, which was the first discouerie of them.
  8. 1705, Robert Plot, ''The Natural History of Oxford-shire: Being an Essay towards the Natural History of England. The Second Edition, with large Additions and Corrections: Also a Short Account of the Author, &c.'', Charles Brome & John Nicholson, p. 315,

  9. However, I have taken care in the Map prefix'd to this Essay, to put a Mark for the Site of all Religious Houses, as well as ancient Ways and Fortifications....
  10. 1785, Henry Morris, ''Surgical diseases of the kidney'', Lea Brothers and Co, p. 74,

  11. At the site of its termination in the bladder there was a diverticulum a few centimeters long.
  12. (quote-book)| title=(w)| chapter=Foreword| url=| passage=He turned back to the scene before him and the enormous new block of council dwellings. The design was some way after Corbusier but the block was built up on plinths and resembled an Atlantic liner swimming diagonally across the site.

  13. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae)

  14. (quote-book)

  15. A place fitted or chosen for any certain permanent use or occupation

  16. 1716, Samuel Wesley, ''The history of the Old and New Testament, attempted in verse: And adorn'd with Three Hundred & Thirty Sculptures'', John Hooke, p. 192,

  17. The Town surrender'd soon, the Citadel,/Proud of its Site, do's their Assaults repel/Who e're their Idols cou'd, and them destroy,/For Life he shall the Gen'ral's place enjoy.
  18. 1716, John Mortimer, Th. Mortimer, ''The Whole Art of Husbandry: or, The way of managing and improving of land. Being a...title extends to 70 words...The Second Volume...The Fourth Edition, with Additions'', R. Robinson, and G. Mortlock, p. 208

  19. Having given you an Account of the Site, Form, and other Ornaments of a Garden: I shall proceed to what remains for the beautifying of it, which is Flowers.
  20. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Geoff Surratt|author2=Greg Ligon|author3=Warren Bird|title=The Multi-Site Church Revolution: Being One Church in Many Locations|publisher=Zondervan|isbn=0310270154|pageurl=,M1|page=7

  21. The posture or position of a thing.

  22. 1709, ''A Preliminary Discourse to the Commonitory of Vincentius Lirinensis Concerning the Rule of Faith, in Defence of the Primitive Fathers'' read in William Reeves, Tertullian, Marcus Minucius Felix, Vincent, Justin, ''The Apologies of Justin Martyr, Tertullian, and Minutius Felix in Defence of the Christian Religion...title extends to over 50 words'', A. and J. Churchill, p. 179,

  23. And if this be the Shape, and Site, then the Refraction of the Rays coming from above onto the subjacent Ice, being as about Four to Three, they must when coming out of the superior Ice be as about Three to Four.
  24. 1724, John Beaumont, ''Gleanings of Antiquities: containing, I. An Essay for Explaining the Creation and the Deluge, according to the Sense of the Gentiles...title extends to over 98 words'', W. Taylor, p. 11,

  25. There is an Agreement ammong all their Authors regarding the Names of the said Times, and their Order, and concerning the Number of the Days in general, and of the Order of the Creation ; but concerning the Site of the Times, that is, in what Month, Day, and in what part of the Year they began, it is not so.
  26. A computer installation, particularly one associated with an intranet or internet service or telecommunications.

  27. {{quote-book|en|year=1982|author=Jack B. Rochester|title=Perspectives on Information Management: A Critical Selection of Computerworld Feature Articles|publisher=John Wiley & Sons|isbn=0471869244|pageurl=|page=433

  28. 1991, V. Yodaiken, K. Ramamritham, ''Verification of a Reliable Net Protocol'', read in J. (Jan) Vytopil (editor), ''Formal Techniques in Real-Time and Fault-Tolerant Systems: Second International Symposium, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, January 1992: Proceedings'', Springer, (ISBN), p. 208,

  29. If the site is forced to send a mesage against its will,...we make the site go to an error state, and remain there. Note that the site can fail for other reasons.
  30. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Keith J. Dreyer|title=Pacs: A Guide to the Digital Revolution|publisher=Springer|isbn=0387260102|pageurl=|page=298

  31. A website.

  32. 1999, Publisher's notes on relevant web sites, in front of Charlotte Bronte, ''Jane Eyre'', Wordsworth Editions (1999), (ISBN), p. xxvi,

  33. General site with excellent links to contextual as well as author-specific material.
  34. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Doug Addison|title=Web Site Cookbook|publisher=O'Reilly|isbn=0596101090|pageurl=|page=248

  35. A category together with a choice of topology.

  36. Region of a protein, a piece of DNA or RNA where chemical reactions take place.

  37. A part of the body which has been operated on.

  38. To situate or place a building or construction project.

  39. (ux)

  40. 1835, ''Mining Journal'',

  41. A reassessment of the requirements of the gold mining industry, including uranium production, for the next few years has revealed the urgent necessity for the provision of additional power, and steps have been taken to site and plan a new station.
  42. 1872, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, ''Transactions of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland'', Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, p. 24,

  43. For this reason it was found convenient to site pump rooms between groups of cargo tanks.
  44. (quote-journal)

  45. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Mark Jaccard|title=Sustainable Fossil Fuels: The Unusual Suspect in the Quest for Clean And Enduring Energy|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=0521861799|pageurl=|page=22

  46. 2006, ''The Scotsman (15 Dec 06)'',

  47. Fury at plan to site homeless hostel near top Capital school.
  48. (quote-journal) they have not expanded so far federal permitting authority to site and permit transmission lines that are important for interstate commerce.

  49. her sister

  50. we (qualifier) will never

  51. so we (qualifier) do not

  52. site

  53. (syn)

  54. archaeological (l)

  55. construction site

  56. (l)

  57. (l)

  58. (adj form of)

  59. bad

  60. (inflection of)

  61. (alt form)

  62. (l); location

  63. (l); site (gloss)

  64. website

  65. estate

  66. city

  67. site|Web site