spread englannista suomeksi
levällään oleva, levällään
päiväpeitto, sängynpeite, peite
hajallaan, hajallaan oleva
(quote-journal)| title=Old soldiers?| passage=Whether modern, industrial man is less or more warlike than his hunter-gatherer ancestors is impossible to determine.(..)One thing that is true, though, is that murder rates have fallen over the centuries, as policing has spread and the routine carrying of weapons has diminished. Modern society may not have done anything about war. But peace is a lot more peaceful.
To take up a larger area or space; to expand, be extended. (defdate)
To smear, to distribute in a thin layer. (defdate)
To cover (something) with a thin layer of some substance, as of butter. (defdate)
To prepare; to set and furnish with provisions.
''to spread a table''
- Boiled the flesh, and spread the board.
1984, (w), ''(novel)|Money'':
- This often sounds like the rap of a demented DJ: the way she moves has got to be good news, can't get loose till I feel the juice— suck and spread, bitch, yeah bounce for me baby.
1991, (w), ''(w)'':
- Yes I wore a slinky red thing. Does that mean I should spread for you, your friends, your father, Mr Ed?
2003, (w), "Spread" (from the album ''(w)''):
- I don't want to move too fast, but / Can't resist your sexy ass / Just spread, spread for me; / (I can't, I can't wait to get you home)
The act of spreading.
(RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)
Something that has been spread.
A layout, pattern or design of cards arranged for a reading.
November 29, 1712, Andrew Freeport, a letter to ''The Spectator''
- I have got a fine spread of improvable lands.
A large tract of land used to raise livestock; a cattle ranch.
2005, ''(w)'' (film), 00:11:50:
- - Can’t wait till I get my own spread and won’t have to put up with Joe Aguirre’s crap no more.- I’m savin’ for a place myself.
1975, Douglas Matthews, Suzanne Wymelenberg, Susan Cheever Cowley, ''Secondhand is Better'' (page 166)
- Linen shawls and spreads show up in secondhand clothing stores like those in the row on St. Marks Place in New York City.
A large meal, especially one laid out on a table.
Any form of food designed to be spread, such as butters or jams.
Food improvised by inmates from various ingredients to relieve the tedium of prison food.
Two facing pages in a book, newspaper etc.
The difference between the prices of two similar items.