suomi-englanti sanakirja

take englannista suomeksi

  1. otos, kohtaus, otto

  2. voittaa

  3. ottaa

  4. käyttää

  5. viedä

  6. hyväksyä, sietää

  7. ottaa vuokralle, ottaa palvelukseen

  8. myyntitulot, voitto

  9. ottaa vastaan

  10. poistaa

  11. tulla

  12. tilata

  13. kuljettaa

  14. vetää

  15. vaatia, kestää

  16. edellyttää

  17. ryhtyä

  18. opiskella

  19. suoria

  20. omaksua

  21. siirtää

  22. alkaa, ruveta

  23. ottaa valtaansa, vallata

  24. ajaa

  25. tulla sairaaksi

  26. hakeutua

  27. ottaa tähtäimeen

  28. ottaa esimerkiksi

  29. mennä

  1. Verbi

  2. ottaa, ottaa haltuun">ottaa haltuun

  3. ottaa, omia

  4. ottaa, ottaa haltuunsa">ottaa haltuunsa, vallata, valloittaa

  5. saada

  6. ottaa kiinni

  7. ottaa, omia, ottaa haltuunsa">ottaa haltuunsa

  8. ottaa, voittaa

  9. ottaa, hyväksyä, vastaanottaa, saada

  10. voida maksaa|lit=can pay, to be able to pay">voida maksaa|lit=can pay, to be able to pay; kelvata what is taken is the subject, who or what takes in the allative or adessive case; hyväksyä, ottaa vastaan, ottaa, saada

  11. noudattaa

  12. ottaa

  13. ottaa, napata, kahmia

  14. ottaa, maata, naida

  15. viedä, kantaa

  16. ottaa, valita, poimia

  17. kestää, kantaa

  18. sietää, kestää, kärsiä

  19. ottaa, tulkita, olettaa

  20. ottaa (esimerkiksi)">ottaa (esimerkiksi)

  21. kestää, viettää, kulua

  22. Substantiivi

  23. ottaminen, otto

  24. saalis, otettu

  25. tuotto, voitto

  26. mielipide, tulkinta, näkemys

  27. otto

  28. koppi, kiinniotto

take englanniksi

  1. To get into one's hands, possession{{, or control, with or without force.

  2. (syn)


  3. (RQ:Hakewill Apologie)

  4. (RQ:Heywood Londini Speculum)

  5. (RQ:Allingham China Governess)

  6. (quote-book)

  7. To seize or capture.

  8. (coi)

  9. (RQ:Marlowe Tamburlaine)

  10. (RQ:Hemingway Farewell to Arms)

  11. (RQ:Orwell Homage)

  12. To catch or get possession of (fish or game).

  13. (RQ:Darwin et al Voyages)

  14. To catch the ball; ''especially'' as a wicket-keeper and after the batsman has missed or edged it.

  15. To appropriate or transfer into one's own possession, sometimes by physically carrying off.

  16. To exact.

  17. (RQ:Melville Mardi)

  18. (RQ:Tagore Sadhana)

  19. To capture or win (a piece or trick) in a game.

  20. To receive or accept (something, especially something which was given).

  21. (ant)

  22. (RQ:KJV)

  23. To receive or accept (something) as payment or compensation.

  24. (RQ:Lyly Mother Bombie)

  25. (RQ:Ruskin Unto This Last)

  26. To accept and follow (advice{{, etc.).

  27. (RQ:Locke Conduct)

  28. To receive into some relationship.

  29. To receive or acquire (property) by law (e.g. as an heir).

  30. To accept, be given (rightly or wrongly), or assume (especially as if by right).

  31. To remove.

  32. (RQ:South Five Volumes)

  33. (RQ:Woodward Fossils)

  34. (RQ:Poe Raven)

  35. To remove or end by death; to kill.

  36. To subtract.

  37. To have sex with.

  38. (quote-newsgroup)

  39. (quote-av)

  40. To defeat (someone or something) in a fight.

  41. (RQ:Dickens Old Curiosity Shop)

  42. (RQ:Black Macleod)

  43. To grasp or grip.

  44. (RQ:Beckford Vathek)

  45. (RQ:Landon Ethel Churchill)

  46. To select or choose; to pick.

  47. (ux)

  48. (RQ:Salusbury Mathematical Collections) We can think no other, if we do but conſider the way he taketh to confute their aſſertion; the confutation of which confiſts in the demolition of buildings, and the toſſing of ſtones, living creatures and men themſelves up into the Air.

  49. To adopt (select) as one's own.

  50. (coi)

  51. (RQ:Harte Flip)

  52. To carry or lead (something or someone).

  53. (RQ:Burke Noble Lord)

  54. To transport or carry; to convey to another place.

  55. (RQ:Huxley Along the Road)

  56. etc. To lead (to a place); to serve as a means of reaching.

  57. (RQ:Froude Carlyle)

  58. To pass (or attempt to pass) through or around.

  59. To escort or conduct (a person).

  60. (RQ:Coleridge Poems) ſhall call the charmer (smallcaps) his Bride, / And (smallcaps) tickle (smallcaps)'s ribleſs fide!

  61. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  62. (RQ:Tolkien Hobbit)

  63. To go.

  64. To use as a means of transportation.

  65. To obtain for use by payment or lease.

  66. (RQ:Reade Simpleton)

  67. (RQ:Disraeli Endymion)

  68. To obtain or receive regularly by (paid) subscription.

  69. To receive (medicine or drugs) into one's body, e.g. by inhalation or swallowing; to ingest.

  70. (RQ:Welsh Trainspotting)

  71. To consume (food or drink).

  72. (RQ:Besant Ivory Gate)

  73. (RQ:Heller Catch-22)

  74. To undergo; to put oneself into, to be subjected to.

  75. To experience or feel.

  76. (RQ:Tusser Good Husbandrie)

  77. (RQ:Marston Scourge of Villanie)

  78. (RQ:Lincoln Pratt's Patients)

  79. To submit to; to endure (without humor, resentment, or physical failure).

  80. (quote-av) and, kind of the ultimate example of the plans for the R-class was to refit them with huge bulges, almost monitor-style bulges, to be able to take multiple air-dropped torpedo attacks, but also to just, literally, slap on four inches of deck armor.

  81. To suffer; to endure (a hardship or damage).

  82. (RQ:Blackmore Perlycross)

  83. To participate in.

  84. To cause to change to a specified state or condition.

  85. To regard in a specified way.

  86. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  87. To conclude or form (a decision or an opinion) in the mind.

  88. To understand (especially in a specified way).

  89. (quote-journal)

  90. (RQ:Guardian)

  91. To believe, to accept the statements of.

  92. (RQ:Rowe Tamerlane)

  93. To assume or suppose; to reckon; to regard or consider.

  94. (RQ:Udall Ralph Roister Doister)

  95. (RQ:Trollope Australia)

  96. To draw, derive, or deduce (a meaning from something).

  97. (RQ:Tillotson Sermons)

  98. To derive (as a title); to obtain from a source.

  99. (RQ:Wiseman Chirurgicall Treatises)

  100. To catch or contract (an illness{{, etc.).

  101. To come upon or catch (in a particular state or situation).

  102. To captivate or charm; to gain or secure the interest or affection of.

  103. To absorb or be impregnated by (dye, ink{{, etc.); to be susceptible to being treated by (polish{{, etc.).

  104. To in (water).

  105. To require.

  106. (RQ:Harper Lee Mockingbird)

  107. (RQ:Rushdie Fury)

  108. (RQ:Economist)

  109. To proceed to fill.

  110. To fill, require, or use up (time or space).

  111. To fill or require: to last or expend (an amount of time).

  112. (RQ:Grey 30,000)

  113. To avail oneself of; to exploit.

  114. To practice; perform; execute; out; do.

  115. (RQ:Defoe Roxana) Journey; for that I had kept him Honeſt; (..)

  116. (RQ:Dante Cayley Divine Comedy)

  117. (RQ:Wilde Pomegranates)

  118. To assume or perform (a form or role).

  119. To assume (a form).

  120. To perform (a role).

  121. To assume and undertake the duties of (a job, an office{{, etc.).

  122. To bind oneself by.

  123. (RQ:Paine Rights of Man)

  124. To go into, through, or along.

  125. (RQ:Fletcher Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen)

  126. (quote-av)|date=1945-01-13|speaker=Bugs Bunny|passage=I knew I should have taken the left toin at Albuquerque.

  127. To go or move into.

  128. To have and use one's recourse to.

  129. To ascertain or determine by measurement, examination or inquiry.

  130. (RQ:Swift Gulliver's Travels)

  131. To write down; to get in, or as if in, writing.

  132. (RQ:Wodehouse Bill the Conqueror)

  133. To make (a photograph, film, or other reproduction of something).

  134. To make a picture, photograph{{, etc. of (a person, scene{{, etc.).

  135. To obtain money from, especially by swindling.

  136. To apply oneself to the study of.

  137. To deal with.

  138. To consider in a particular way, or to consider as an example.

  139. (ux) etc.

  140. To decline to swing at (a pitched ball); to refrain from hitting at, and allow to pass.

  141. To accept as an input to a relation.

  142. To have to be used with (a certain grammatical form{{, etc.).

  143. (ux)

  144. To accept (zero or more arguments).

  145. To get or accept (something) into one's possession.

  146. To engage, take hold or have effect.

  147. (RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)

  148. etc. To adhere or be absorbed properly.

  149. etc. To begin to grow after being grafted or planted; to root, take hold.

  150. (quote-book)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=D. Van Nostrand|year=1884|page=179|pageurl=https://books.google.ca/books?id=cS_QAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA178-IA3|passage=The cradles are supported under their centres by shores, on which the keel takes. The ends of the cradles are hinged, and can drop down clear when the boat is being hoisted or lowered.

  151. To catch; to engage.

  152. To win acceptance, favor or favorable reception; to charm people.

  153. (quote-book)|edition=second|genre=play|location=London|publisher=(...) Tonson|Jacob Tonſon(nb...)|year=1716|year_published=1741|page=unnumbered|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/bim_eighteenth-century_the-drummer-or-the-hau_addison-joseph_1716/page/n5/mode/1up|passage=Each Wit may praiſe it, for his own dear Sake, / And hint He writ it, if the Thing ſhowd take.

  154. To become; to be affected in a specified way.

  155. To be able to be accurately or beautifully photographed.

  156. 1970, Harry Shaw, ''Errors in English and ways to correct them'', page 93: In the sentence, "He took and beat the horse unmercifully," took and should be omitted entirely. (non-gloss definition)

  157. (RQ:Meredith Richard Feverel) and go and do? He takes, and goes, and hangs unsel', and turns us out o' 'ploy. God warn't above the Devil then, I thinks, or I can't make out the reckonin'."

  158. (quote-book) I went and kicked the door in and took care of some other people. Then I took and went back to the hotel—" ¶ "The hotel where you live, right? The Gilbert Hotel?" ¶ "Right. I took and went back to the hotel, took a shower, went out and talked to a police officer—" ¶ "A police officer. Sheriff's deputy? LAPD? What's his name?" ¶ "Can't recall. Jim. Charlie, could be."

  159. To deliver, bring, give (something) to (someone).

  160. (RQ:Tyndale NT)

  161. To give or deliver (a blow, to someone); to strike or hit.

  162. To visit; to include in a course of travel.

  163. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(...) J. Sowle,(nb...)|year=1677|year_published=1726|volume=I|page=60|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/collectionofwork01penn/page/60/mode/1up|passage=Now about a Year ſince, ''R. B.'' and ''B. F.'' took that City in the Way from ''Frederickſtadt'' to ''Amſterdam'', and gave them a Viſit: In which they informed them ſomewhat of ''Friend's Principles'', and recommended the Teſtimony of TRUTH to them, as both a nearer and more certain Thing than the utmoſt of ''De Labadie''{{'s Doctrine. They left them tender and loving.

  164. (quote-book)|location=Dublin|publisher=(...) John Jones,(nb...)|year=1793|year_published=1805|page=441|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/liferevjohnwesl00whitgoog/page/n439/mode/1up|passage=But it seems that he did not attend to this circumstance at present; for in May, he set out again for ''Epworth'', and took Manchester in his way, to see his friend Mr. ''Clayton'', who had now left ''Oxford''.

  165. To portray in a painting.

  166. (RQ:Dryden Miscellaneous Works),(nb...)|volume=II|page=216|passage=Beauty alone could beauty take ſo right: / Her dreſs, her ſhape, her matchleſs grace, / Were all obferv'd, as well as heavenly face.

  167. (used in phrasal verbs)

  168. The or an act of taking.

  169. (quote-book)|publisher=(publisher)|Doubleday|year=2009|page=321|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/theirfinesthoura0000evan/page/321/mode/1up|isbn=978-0-385-61423-8|passage='I saw you in Norfolk doing twenty-odd takes with that fisherman chap and it looked perfect in the rushes.'

  170. Something that is taken; a haul.

  171. Money that is taken in, (legal or illegal) proceeds, income; profits.

  172. (RQ:NYT)

  173. The or a quantity of fish, game animals or pelts, etc which have been taken at one time; catch.

  174. An interpretation or view, opinion or assessment; perspective; a statement expressing such a position.

  175. (RQ:Wired)

  176. (quote-web)

  177. (RQ:New Yorker)

  178. (RQ:WaPo)

  179. An approach, a (distinct) treatment.

  180. (RQ:Rolling Stone)

  181. A scene recorded (filmed) at one time, without an interruption or break; a recording of such a scene.

  182. A recording of a musical performance made during an uninterrupted single recording period.

  183. A visible (facial) response to something, especially something unexpected; a facial gesture in response to an event.

  184. (quote-book)|publisher=iUniverse, Inc.|year=2007|page=138|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/catchfallingstar0000mcbr/page/138/mode/1up|isbn=978-0-595-44510-3|passage=Biddy did a {{'take{{' and stared at Mandy speechless for a moment—then she fled back to the kitchen.

  185. An instance of successful inoculation/vaccination.

  186. A catch of the ball (in cricket, especially one by the wicket-keeper).

  187. The quantity of copy given to a compositor at one time.

  188. to consume (drugs)

  189. to film, to record a scene

  190. take; attempts of recording or filming at one time (zh-mw)

  191. (zh-classifier)

  192. {{zh-co|一ta{i}ke{1}過|in one attempt|C

  193. (ja-romanization of)

  194. a turkey

  195. power switch.

  196. (alt form)

  197. (alt form): (infl of)

  198. (alternative form of)

  199. want

  200. ''se-take'' — ''I want''