suomi-englanti sanakirja

special englannista suomeksi

  1. erityis-, tietty

  2. erikoisannos

  3. erikoisjakso, erikoislähetys

  4. erityinen, lajityypillinen

  5. erikoinen

  6. erikoistarjous

  7. erikois-

  1. erikoinen, omalaatuinen, erikois-

  2. pidetty, erityinen, tietty

  3. lajityypillinen

  4. Substantiivi

  5. erikoistarjous

  6. erikoisjakso, erikoislähetys

  7. Verbi

special englanniksi

  1. Distinguished by a unique or unusual quality.

  2. (ux)

  3. {{quote-book

  4. Of particular personal interest or value; dear; beloved.

  5. Of or related to disabilities, especially disability|learning or disability|intellectual disabilities.

  6. Constituting or relating to a species.

  7. (ux).

  8. Chief in excellence.

  9. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-1)

  10. Of or related to unconventional warfare.

  11. A reduction in consumer cost (usually for a limited time) for items or services rendered.

  12. One of a rotation of meals systematically offered for a lower price at a restaurant.

  13. Unusual or exceptional episode of a series.

  14. A constable.

  15. Anything that is not according to normal practice, plan, or schedule, as an unscheduled run of transportation that is normally scheduled.

  16. Any unlicensed medicine produced or obtained for a specific individual patient.

  17. A correspondent; a journalist sent to the scene of an event to report back.

  18. A dispatch sent back by a special correspondent.

  19. A light that illuminates a specific person or thing on the stage.

  20. 2009, Steven Shelley, ''A Practical Guide to Stage Lighting'' (page 132)

  21. In addition to followspots, there will be three frontlight specials on Autoyokes hung on the truss to provide frontlight specials.
  22. 2009, Jennifer Bringle, ''Lighting'' (page 23)

  23. The first is a special—a single lighting instrument that lights a particular spot on the stage. Specials generally have no color, or a more saturated color, allowing them to stand out through other lighting onstage.
  24. A person appointed specifically to examine a single event or issue.

  25. For the few times the U.S. Supreme Court has to actually try a case, they will appoint a special master to do so.

    After the ''Watergate'' break in, a special prosecutor was applointed.

  26. To supervise a patient one-on-one.

  27. (quote-book)

  28. (quote-journal)

  29. A (l) broadcast episode.

  30. (l); extraordinary; beyond what is usual

  31. (l)