suomi-englanti sanakirja

spot englannista suomeksi

  1. tilkka, hitunen, pisara, murunen

  2. merkata, merkitä

  3. bongata, havaita

  4. -kko, -kkö

  5. puuska, kohtaus

  6. kohdevalo, spotti

  7. paikka, -kerho

  8. kohta

  9. tahraantua, läikkiintyä

  10. tahrata

  11. kuvio, piste

  12. tulla läikikkääksi, tahriintua

  13. nähdä

  14. täplä

  15. läikkä, jälki, tahra

  1. Substantiivi

  2. pilkku, täplä

  3. tahra

  4. näppylä, näppy

  5. pikkupaikka

  6. spotti, kohdevalo

  7. Verbi

  8. huomata

spot englanniksi

  1. A round or irregular patch on the surface of a thing having a different color, texture etc. and generally round in shape.

  2. ''The leopard is noted for the spots of color in its fur.''

    ''Why do ladybugs have spots?''

  3. A stain or disfiguring mark.

  4. ''I have tried everything, and I can’t get this spot out.''

  5. A pimple, papule or pustule.

  6. ''That morning, I saw that a spot had come up on my chin.''

    ''I think she's got chicken pox; she's covered in spots.''

  7. A small, unspecified amount or quantity.

  8. ''Would you like to come round on Sunday for a spot of lunch?''

  9. A bill of five-dollar or ten-dollar denomination in dollars.

  10. ''Here's the twenty bucks I owe you, a ten spot and two five spots.''

  11. A location or area.

  12. ''I like to eat lunch in a pleasant spot outside.''

    ''For our anniversary we went back to the same spot where we first met.''

  13. (RQ:Milton PL)

  14. (RQ:Wordsworth Hart-leap wel)

  15. "A jolly place," said he, "in times of old! / But something ails it no the spot is curs'd."
  16. 2011, Tom Fordyce, ''Rugby World Cup 2011: England 12-19 France''

  17. Yachvilli made it 6-0 with a second sweet strike from 45 metres after Matt Stevens was penalised for collapsing a scrum, and then slid another penalty just wide from the same spot.
  18. A space.

  19. (quote-journal)

  20. An official determination of placement.

  21. ''The fans were very unhappy with the referee's spot of the ball.''

  22. A bright lamp; a spotlight.

  23. A brief advertisement or program segment on television.

  24. ''Did you see the spot on the news about the shoelace factory?''

  25. Difficult situation; predicament.

  26. ''She was in a real spot when she ran into her separated husband while on a date.''

  27. One who spots (supports or assists a maneuver, or is prepared to assist if safety dictates); a spotter.

  28. spot|Penalty spot.

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  30. The act of spotting or noticing something.

  31. ''- You've misspelled "terrapin" here.''

    ''- Whoops. Good spot.''

  32. A variety of the common domestic pigeon, so called from a spot on its head just above the beak.

  33. A fish ((taxlink)) of the Atlantic coast of the States, with a black spot behind the shoulders and fifteen oblique dark bars on the sides.

  34. The (vern), or (vern) ((taxlink)), which has a spot on each side at the base of the tail.

  35. Commodities, such as merchandise and cotton, sold for immediate delivery.

  36. An autosoliton.

  37. A point; point.

  38. ''Twelve spot two five pounds sterling.'' (ie. £12.25)

  39. Any of various points marked on the table, from which balls are played, in snooker, pool, billiards, etc.

  40. Any of the balls marked with spots in the game of pool, which one player aims to pot, the other player taking the stripes.

  41. To see, find; to out, notice, locate, distinguish or identify.

  42. (ux)

  43. To loan a small amount of money to someone.

  44. ''I’ll spot you ten dollars for lunch.''

  45. To stain; to leave a spot (on).

  46. ''Hard water will spot if it is left on a surface.''

    ''a garment spotted with mould''

  47. To remove, or attempt to remove, a stain.

  48. ''I spotted the carpet where the child dropped spaghetti.''

  49. To retouch a photograph on film to remove minor flaws.

  50. To support or assist a maneuver, or to be prepared to assist if safety dictates.

  51. ''I can’t do a back handspring unless somebody spots me.''

  52. To keep the head and eyes pointing in a single direction while turning.

  53. ''Most figure skaters do not spot their turns like dancers do.''

  54. To stain; to blemish; to taint; to disgrace; to tarnish, as reputation.

  55. (RQ:Sidney Arcadia)

  56. Link not me in self same chain With the wicked-working folk, Who their spotted thoughts do cloak.
  57. (RQ:BFCT)

  58. If ever I shall close these eyes but once, / May I live spotted for my perjury.
  59. To cut or chip (timber) in preparation for hewing.

  60. To place an object at a location indicated by a spot. Notably in billiards or snooker.

  61. ''The referee had to spot the pink on the blue spot.''

  62. Available the spot; for immediate payment or delivery.

  63. ''spot wheat; spot cash; a spot contract''

  64. mockery, ridicule

  65. 2013, Jan Guillou, ''Vejen til Jerusalem'', Modtryk (ISBN)

  66. Men at også den anden søn savnede alle mandlige dyder, var straks værre og gjorde spotten større.
    : But that the other son, too, lacked all male virtues, was much worse and enlarged the mockery.
  67. 2010, Tove Ditlevsen, ''Man gjorde et barn fortræd'', Gyldendal A/S (ISBN)

  68. Hun havde råd til at smile igen, så ligegyldig var deres spot hende.
    : She could afford to smile back, that was how little she cared about their ridicule.
  69. 2015, Jørgen Christensen, ''Muhammed-tegningerne, demokratiet og sikkerhedspolitikken'', BoD – Books on Demand (ISBN), page 9

  70. I artiklen skrev kulturredaktør Flemming Rose bl.a., at muslimer måtte acceptere, at deres religiøse følelser blev udsat for hån, spot og latterliggørelse(si):...
    : In the article, editor of culture Flemming Rose wrote, among other things, that muslims had to accept their religious feelings being made the object of mockery, derision and ridicule:...
  71. 2014, Fjodor M. Dostojevskij, ''Minder fra dødens hus'', Bechs Forlag - Viatone (ISBN)

  72. Først sporede man hos alle en heftig forbitrelse, derefter en dyb nedslåethed, og endelig syntes al sindsbevægelse at vige pladsen for hoverende spot.
    : At first, one saw with everyone a hefty bitterness, then a deep sadness, and finally, all emotion seemed to recede, making way for gloating mockery.
  73. (l)

  74. 1982, Lene H. Bagger, Idioterne, p. 179

  75. I millisekundet hvor lyset satte spots på hendes uforberedte ansigt, røbede det hende
    : In the short moment when the light turned the spotlight on her unprepared face, it revealed her
  76. (l) (q)

  77. 2012, Jyllands-Posten

  78. Lego meddeler, at deres juleomsætning overgik alle forventninger på grund af spottene i TV 2
    : LEGO informs that their Christmas sale surpassed all expectations due to the spots on TV 2
  79. (inflection of)

  80. mockery

  81. (syn)

  82. spot; a spotlight.

  83. spot; a brief segment on television.

  84. spot

  85. blip (gloss)

  86. spotlight, spot

  87. area

  88. spot; a brief segment on television.

  89. (l), a location or area.

  90. spot (theatrical light; luminous point; brief radio or TV advertisment)

  91. joke, jest

  92. mockery, derision

  93. (l)

  94. spot, stain

  95. spot, place

  96. advert, ad

  97. sport