sun englannista suomeksi
ottaa aurinkoa, lämmitellä auringonpaisteessa
olla auringossa, saada aurinkoa
(senseid)The star that the Earth revolves around and from which it receives light and warmth.
Something like the sun in brightness or splendor.
- For the Lord God is a sun and shield.
1649, (w) (attributed), ''(w)''
- I will never consent to put out the sun of sovereignity to posterity.
(quote-book)|section=Act III, Scene 2|author=William Shakespeare|year=1609-11|passage=Imogen:(..)Pr'ythee, speak, / How many score of miles may we well ride / 'Twixt hour and hour / Pisanio: One score, 'twixt sun and sun, / Madam, 's enough for you; and too much too. / Imogen: Why, one that rode to his execution, man, / Could never go so slow.
(RQ:Burton Melanchol), p.184 (republished 1832):
- whilst many an hunger-starved poor creature pines in the street, wants clothes to cover him, labours hard all day long, runs, rides for a trifle, fights peradventure from sun to sun, sick and ill, weary, full of pain and grief, is in great distress and sorrow of heart.
(quote-book)| page=357| author=(w)| year=1849| passage=I love these sons of earth every mother's son of them, with their great hearty hearts rushing tumultuously in herds from spectacle to spectacle, as if fearful lest there should not be time between sun and sun to see them all, and the sun does not wait more than in haying-time.|year_published=1873
(quote-book)| page=651| passage=You see, the President has five jobs, any one of which would be more than a full-time job for one man; but I have to do all five of them between sun and sun.
A revolution of the Earth around the Sun; a year.
A transversing of the sky by the Sun; a day.
The thirty-first Lenormand card.
To expose to the warmth and radiation of the sun.
To warm or dry in the sunshine.
To be exposed to the sun.
trunk (of tree)
''En nyt jouda, kun tässä on sitä sun tätä tekemistä.''
''I don't have time for that because I have this and that to do (miscellaneous stuff/things to do).''
''Lautanen oli täynnä makaroonilaatikkoa, makkaraa, salaattia, perunamuussia sun muuta pöperöä.''
''The plate was full of macaroni casserole, sausage, salad, mashed potatoes and other grub.''
(l), a touch with the lips, usually to express love or affection, or as a greeting.
(alternative form of)
(nonstandard spelling of)
(verb form of)
to pull one’s shoulders together