stray

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stray englannista suomeksi

  1. eksynyt

  2. poiketa, eksyä aiheesta

  3. koditon, kulku-, karannut

  4. karkulainen

  5. eksyä

  6. vaellella

  1. karkulainen

  2. wandering harhailu, karkaaminen going astray

  3. yhteislaidun

  4. eksyä, harhautua, poiketa

  5. karata

  6. hairahtua

  7. karannut, eksynyt

stray englanniksi

  1. Any domestic animal that has no enclosure nor proper place and company, but that instead wanders at large or is lost; an estray.

  2. One who is lost, literally or figuratively.

  3. An act of wandering off or going astray.

  4. An area of common land for use by domestic animals generally.

  5. An instance of atmospheric interference.

  6. 1926, ''Popular Radio'' (volume 9, page 191)

  7. This invention relates broadly to radio communication, but more particularly to a radio receiving system used for the reception of high frequency current signals wherever they are subject to interference from "static" or strays of an untuned or aperiodic character.
  8. 1942, John C. Mathisson, ''Radio Acoustic Ranging'' (page 652)

  9. Because of their shortness, such signals are usually easy to distinguish from the bomb returns but, when such a stray is recorded just before the bomb return, too close to be distinguished by ear (..)
  10. 1976, IEEE Power Engineering Society, ''Nuclear Power: Health, Safety, Waste Disposal'' (page 20)

  11. Electromagnetic interference EMI, radio interference RI, television interference TVI, and radio frequency interference RFI, can all be described as a confusion to received radio signals due to strays and undesirable signals.
  12. To wander, as from a direct course; to deviate, or go out of the way.

  13. (RQ:Denham Cooper's Hil)

  14. Thames among the wanton valleys strays.
  15. To wander from company or outside proper limits; to rove or roam large; to go astray.

  16. To wander from the path of duty or rectitude; to err.

  17. November 2 2014, Daniel Taylor, "(w) strike wins derby for Manchester City against 10-man United," ''guardian.co.uk''

  18. It was a derby that left Manchester United a long way back in Manchester City’s wing-mirrors and, in the worst moments, straying dangerously close to being their own worst enemy.
  19. To cause to stray; astray.

  20. (RQ:Shakespeare Comedy of Errors)

  21. 1899, John Buchan, ''No Man's Land''

  22. To ease myself I was compelled to leave my basket behind me, trusting to return and find it, if I should ever reach safety and discover on what pathless hill I had been strayed.
  23. Having gone astray; strayed; wandering

  24. (usex)

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  26. In the wrong place; misplaced.

  27. (ux)