square

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square englannista suomeksi

  1. tori, aukio

  2. päin, kohti

  3. neliömitta, suorakulma

  4. tasan oleva, maksettu, tasan

  5. kääntää lappeelleen

  6. selvittää tilit

  7. suoristautua, kohentaa ryhtiään, suoristaa

  8. tollo

  9. nelikulmainen, neliö-, neliömäinen

  10. nelikulmio

  11. neliömäisesti

  12. kertoa, korottaa toiseen potenssiin, korottaa neliöön

  13. neliö

  14. kalkkis

  15. konservatiivi

  16. sovittaa

  17. rehti

  18. toinen potenssi

  19. reilu

  20. sopia

  21. neliöidä

  22. suoraan, lujasti

  1. Substantiivi

  2. neliö

  3. suorakulma

  4. aukio, tori

  5. ruutu

  6. neliö, toinen potenssi">toinen potenssi

  7. jäykkis

  8. ruutu, risuaita

  9. sata neliöjalkaa">sata neliöjalkaa

  10. neliön muotoinen palsta-alue">neliön muotoinen palsta-alue

  11. suhta

  12. sopusointu

  13. miehusta

  14. rööki, spaddu

  15. neliömäinen, neliskulmainen

  16. kohtisuora; suorakulmaisesti adverb

  17. neliö-">neliö-

  18. neliö / neliö-

  19. suora

  20. tasoissa, tasan adverbs

  21. konventionaalinen, tiukkapipoinen

  22. samansuuntainen lyöjän lyöntialueen viivan kanssa">samansuuntainen lyöjän lyöntialueen viivan kanssa

  23. oikeansuuntainen

  24. kunnollinen

  25. neliömäinen

  26. Verbi

  27. suoristaa

  28. ratkaista

  29. sovittaa, selittää

  30. korottaa toiseen potenssiin">korottaa toiseen potenssiin, korottaa neliöön">korottaa neliöön

  31. neliöidä

  32. syöttää poikittain">syöttää poikittain, antaa poikittaissyöttö">antaa poikittaissyöttö

  33. noudattaa, olla jonkin mukainen">olla jonkin mukainen

  34. asettua poikkiteloin">asettua poikkiteloin

  35. ottaa nyrkkeilyasento">ottaa nyrkkeilyasento

  36. muotoilla neliöksi">muotoilla neliöksi, asettaa neliön muotoon">asettaa neliön muotoon

  37. verrata, rinnastaa

  38. olla suorassa kulmassa ... nähden">olla suorassa kulmassa ... nähden

  39. jalustaa poikittain">jalustaa poikittain of the sail

  40. kääntää vetoasentoon">kääntää vetoasentoon, kääntää lapa pystyyn">kääntää lapa pystyyn

square englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A (l) with four sides of equal length and four (l); an (l) (l); a (l) (l).

  2. (hyper)

    (cot)

  3. 1927, (w), ''The Non-Objective World''

  4. I took refuge in the square form and exhibited a picture which consisted of nothing more than a black square on a white field.
  5. (senseid) Something characterized by a square, or nearly square, form.

  6. A (l) in a (l).

  7. (ux)

  8. A square piece, part, or surface.

  9. The front of a woman's dress over the bosom, usually worked or embroidered.

  10. A dessert cut into rectangular pieces, or a piece of such a dessert.

  11. A certain number of lines, forming a portion of a column, nearly square; used chiefly in reckoning the prices of advertisements in newspapers.

  12. (senseid) An L- or T-shaped tool used to place objects or draw lines at angles.

  13. (quote-web)

  14. (syn)

  15. A true measure, standard, or pattern.

  16. (senseid) An open space or park, often in the center of a town, not necessarily square in shape, often containing trees, seating and other features pleasing to the eye.

  17. (RQ:Addison Ital)

  18. The statue of Alexander the Seventh stands in the large square of the town.
  19. 1995 October 10, ''NewsRadio'', season 2 episode 3:

  20. You're not in Wisconsin, Dave. The big story isn't about a cow wandering into the town square.
  21. A street surrounding a public square or plaza.

  22. (senseid) The (l) of a number or quantity multiplied by itself; the second power of a number, value, term or expression.

  23. A body of troops drawn up in a square formation.

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Antony and Cleopatra)

  25. 1818, quoted in Christopher Kelly, ''History of the French Revolution and of the Wars produced by that Memorable Event''

  26. The French cavalry, in proof armour, repeatedly charged our squares, their cannon opening chasms; but the British infantry, though greatly diminished, were inflexible and impenetrable to the last.
  27. 1897, (w), ''Vitae Lampada''

  28. The sand of the desert is sodden red,— Red with the wreck of a square that broke;— The Gatling's jammed and the Colonel dead, And the regiment blind with dust and smoke.
  29. 1990, (w), ''The Great Game'', Folio Society 2010, page 144:

  30. After disastrous attempts to break the Russian squares, during which, Longworth recounts, ‘the best and the bravest of the warriors fell victim to their own rashness’, the Circassians likewise changed their tactics.
  31. (senseid) A socially conventional or conservative person; a person who has little or no interest in the latest fads or trends: still sometimes used in modern terminology.

  32. (ant)

  33. {{quote-journal|en|date=1949-03-11|work=Courier|title=R.S.V.P.|location=Harvey, IL|publisher=Thornton Junior College

  34. (quote-song); (w)|artist=(w)|title=(w)|passage=She said: Wow! What a square! Don't you dig the scene? / Daddy Cool's playing his piano machine!

  35. (quote-song)| composer=(w)| passage=The sad sack was a sitting on a block of stone Way over in the corner weepin' all alone. The warden said, hey, buddy, don't you be no square If you can't find a partner, use a wooden chair.

  36. The symbol on a telephone; hash.

  37. (senseid) The central area of a cricket field, with one or more pitches of which only one is used at a time.

  38. (senseid) A unit of measurement of area, equal to a 10 foot by 10 foot square, i.e. 100 feet or roughly 9.3 metres. Used in estate for the size of a house or its rooms, though progressively being replaced by square metres in metric countries such as Australia.

  39. 2006, (w) (Australia), press release ''Macquarie releases Real Estate Market Outlook 2006 - "The World Squared"'', 21 June 2006 http://www.macquarie.com.au/au/about_macquarie/media_centre/20060621.htm

  40. Just as the basic unit of real estate measurement across the world is the square
  41. 2007, Your Estate advertisement for Grindelwald Tasmania http://www.yourestate.com.au/property_12753.php

  42. The house is very large and open and boasts 39 squares of living space plus over 13 squares of decking area on 3 sides and 17 squares of garage and workshop downstairs.
  43. (senseid) A unit used in measuring roof area equivalent to 100 square feet (9.29 m²) of roof area. The materials for roofing jobs are often billed by the square in the United States.

  44. (senseid) A mortarboard.

  45. (senseid) (ellipsis of)

  46. (senseid) Exact proportion; justness of workmanship and conduct; regularity; rule.

  47. 1594-1597, (w), ''Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie''

  48. They of Galatia were much more out of square.
  49. (senseid) The relation of harmony, or exact agreement; equality; level.

  50. (RQ:Dryden Juvenal Satires)

  51. (senseid) The position of planets distant ninety degrees from each other; a quadrate.

  52. (senseid) The act of squaring, or quarrelling; a quarrel.

  53. (senseid) (l).

  54. (senseid) A vat used for fermentation.

  55. (senseid) A well-defined core of a human body, a flat section from the fundament to the thoracic diaphragm.

  56. (quote-song)

  57. (senseid) Shaped like a (l) (gloss).

  58. (quote-book)|title=(w)| chapter=1|url=http://openlibrary.org/works/OL2004261W| passage=The huge square box, parquet-floored and high-ceilinged, had been arranged to display a suite of bedroom furniture designed and made in the halcyon days of the last quarter of the nineteenth century, (..).

  59. (senseid) Forming a angle (90°).

  60. (quote-book)

  61. (senseid) Forming right angles in all planes as intended; not (l) or leaning.

  62. (senseid) Forming right angles with the mast or the keel, and parallel to the horizon; said of the yards of a square-rigged vessel when they are so braced.

  63. (senseid) (n-g)

  64. (coordinate terms)

  65. (senseid) Honest; straightforward; fair.

  66. 1828, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, ''Pelham, Or, Adventures of a Gentleman''

  67. Why, you would not be boosing till lightman's in a square crib like mine, as if you were in a flash panny?
  68. {{quote-book

  69. 1908, Perceval Landon, ''Thurnley Abbey''

  70. I am not very good at analysing things, but I felt that she talked a little uncomfortably and with a suspicion of effort, smiled rather conventionally, and was obviously glad to go. These things seem trifling enough to repeat, but I had throughout the faint feeling that everything was not square.
  71. Satisfied; comfortable with; not experiencing any conflict.

  72. (quote-book) I will never act on it, but if you're satisfied with the way things are then I am, too. (..) So, are we square?”

  73. (senseid) Even; tied

  74. (quote-journal)

  75. (senseid) Socially conventional; boring.

  76. (senseid) In line with the batsman's crease.

  77. (senseid) Solid, decent, substantial.

  78. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Comedies and Tragedies)

  79. (senseid) Having a shape broad for the height, with angular rather than curving outlines.

  80. Directly.

  81. To (l) so as to (l) with or place at a (l) to something else; (n-g)

  82. To place at a right angle to the mast or keel.

  83. To rotate the oars so that they are perpendicular to the water.

  84. To resolve or reconcile; to suit or fit.

  85. To adjust or adapt so as to bring into harmony ''with'' something.

  86. (RQ:Milton Comus)

  87. Of a value, term{{, or expression, to multiply by itself; to raise to the second power.

  88. To draw, with a of compasses and a straightedge only, a square with the same area as.

  89. To make a short low pass sideways across the pitch

  90. To take opposing sides; to quarrel.

  91. To accord or agree exactly; to be consistent with; to suit; to fit.

  92. 1782, (w), ''Charity''

  93. No works shall find acceptance (..) that square not truly with the Scripture plan.
  94. To go to opposite sides; to take an attitude of offense or defense, or of defiance; to quarrel.

  95. (RQ:Shakespeare Titus Andronicus)

  96. To take a boxing attitude; often with ''up'' or ''off''.

  97. (RQ:Dickens Great Expectations)

  98. To form with four sides and four angles.

  99. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  100. To form with right angles and straight lines, or flat surfaces.

  101. 2002, William Boyd: ''Any Human Heart'':

  102. Everything on his writing desk was squared off: blotter, paper knife, pen rack.
  103. To compare with, or reduce to, any given measure or standard.

  104. (RQ:Shakespeare Troilus and Cressida)

  105. To hold a quartile position respecting.

  106. 1697, (w), ''The five books of M. Manilius containing a system of the ancient astronomy and astrology, done into English verse''

  107. the icy Goat, the Crab that square the Scales
  108. small public garden in the middle of a square

  109. ''Le square de la tour Saint-Jacques.''

  110. A (l) (gloss)

  111. A (l) (gloss); a square plot of land.

  112. One of the edges of a square.