suomi-englanti sanakirja

stab englannista suomeksi

  1. puukottaa, iskeä veitsellä

  2. pistää

  3. pistohaava, pistäminen, veitsenisku

  4. pistos, pisto

  5. leikata, paloitella

  6. yritys

  1. pisto, pistäminen

  2. pistohaava

  3. pisto

  4. puukottaa

  5. pistää

  6. Substantiivi

stab englanniksi

  1. An act of stabbing or thrusting with an object.

  2. {{quote-book

  3. A wound made by stabbing.

  4. (quote-book)

  5. Pain inflicted on a person's feelings.

  6. An attempt.

  7. (ux)

  8. (quote-journal)

  9. Criticism.

  10. A single staccato chord that adds dramatic impact to a composition.

  11. ''a horn stab''

  12. A bacterial culture made by inoculating a solid medium, such as gelatin, with the puncture of a needle or wire.

  13. To pierce or to wound (somebody) with a pointed tool or weapon, especially a knife or dagger.

  14. (quote-book) was subsequently found under the cushions of the hansom. 

  15. To thrust in a stabbing motion.

  16. To recklessly hit with the tip of a pointed object, such as a weapon or finger (non-gloss definition).

  17. (RQ:Dryden Fables)

  18. To cause a sharp, painful sensation (non-gloss definition).

  19. To injure secretly or by malicious falsehood or slander.

  20. To roughen a brick wall with a pick so as to hold plaster.

  21. To pierce folded sheets, near their back edges, for the passage of thread or wire.

  22. The horizontal or vertical stabilizer of an aircraft.

  23. (quote-web)

  24. (clipping of)

  25. 1893, ''Proceedings of the Parliament of South Australia'' (page 313)

  26. Do you know whether any country offices pay their men by the thousand, or whether they are on stab wages? — I do not know. Some are paid stab wages, but I do not know whether there is much piece-work.
  27. 1967, John Child, ''Industrial Relations in the British Printing Industry'' (page 113)

  28. The pressmen were granted a stab wage of 36s for a 60 hour week, and the extras for overtime and Sunday work (..)
  29. 1892, ''The British Printer'' (volume 5, page 42)

  30. (..) there were 286 overseers and 210 readers occupied in the 501 offices; 2,691 compositors were paid on the stab (..)
  31. staff

  32. what (interrogative pronoun)

  33. thing

  34. a staff