submarine

suomi-englanti sanakirja

submarine englannista suomeksi

  1. submarine

  2. ohjata

  3. vedenalainen, merenalainen

  4. liukua

  5. kampittaa

  6. viskata

  7. hyökätä sukellusveneellä

  8. sukellusvene

  1. merenalainen, vedenalainen

  2. Substantiivi

  3. sukellusvene

  4. subi

  5. Verbi

submarine englanniksi

  1. Existing, relating to, or made for use beneath the sea.

  2. 1908, Edmund Doidge Anderson Morshead, ''Four Plays of Aeschylus'', Introduction, page xiv

  3. (...) a Chorus of Sea-nymphs, who(...) arrive, in a winged car, from the submarine palace of their father Oceanus.
  4. Hidden or undisclosed.

  5. ''a submarine patent''

    (synonyms)

  6. Of a pitch, thrown with the hand lower than the elbow.

  7. 2005, John McCollister, ''Tales from the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates: Remembering "The Fam-A-Lee"'', page 109, (ISBN)

  8. When Peterson saw the unusual pitching motion of Kent Tekulve—the submarine pitcher who threw baseballs as though they were coming right out of the rubber slab on the mound—he was the first of many who tried to change Tekulve's delivery.
  9. A boat that can go underwater.

  10. A kind of sandwich made in a long loaf of bread.

  11. Pitch delivered with an underhand motion.

  12. Any submarine plant or animal.

  13. A stowaway on a seagoing vessel.

  14. To operate or serve on a submarine.

  15. To torpedo; to destroy with a sudden sneak attack.

  16. {{quote-journal|en|date=April 13, 2007|author=The Associated Press|title=Shares Up as Investors Ponder Retail Data|work=New York Times|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/13/business/13stox.html

  17. To sink or submerge oneself.

  18. 2003, Homer H. Grantham, ''Thunder in the Morning: A World War II Memoir'' (page 1)

  19. The second their center snapped the ball, I submarined between the big guy's legs and tackled the halfback.
  20. 2013, Gordon MacDonald, ''Building Below the Waterline'' (page 234)

  21. Ten days later, the full force of what happened crushed me. I submarined into the depths of disillusionment.
  22. To slide forwards underneath one's belt (during a crash or sudden stop).

  23. (ux)

  24. (de-adj form of)