tender englannista suomeksi
satamavene, emälaiva, apuvene
Sensitive or painful to the touch.
1597, Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, ''All's Well that Ends Well'', act III, scene 2:
- (..)poore Lord, is't IThat chaſe thee from thy Countrie, and expoſeThoſe tender limbes of thine(..)
2006, Mike Myers (as the voice of the title character), ''Shrek'' (movie)
- ''Be careful: that area is tender.''
Easily bruised or injured; not firm or hard; delicate.
- the tender and delicate woman among you
Soft and easily chewed.
2001, Joey Pantolino (character), ''The Matrix'' (movie)
- The Matrix is telling my brain this steak is tender, succulent, and juicy.
Sensible to impression and pain; easily pained.
(RQ:L'Estrange Fables of Aesop)
- The Lord is very pitiful, and of tender mercy.
(RQ:Fuller Good thoughts in bad time)
- I am choleric by my nature, and tender by my temper.
(quote-song)|author=(w)|passage=And you of tender years can't know the fears that your elders grew by.
2001 October 15, Appeals Court of Illinios (Second District) in ''Appelhans v. McFall'':
Adapted to excite feeling or sympathy; expressive of the softer passions; pathetic.
Apt to give pain; causing grief or pain; delicate.
(RQ:Bacon Of Cunnin)
- Things that are tender and unpleasing.
Heeling over too easily when under sail; said of a vessel.
Exciting kind concern; dear; precious.
Careful to keep inviolate, or not to injure; used with ''of''.
- tender of property
a. 1694, (w), ''The Advantages of Religion to Societies''
- The civil authority should be tender of the honour of God and religion.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-1)
''Love me tender, love me sweet Never let me go''
(RQ:Burton Melanchol), vol.I, New York, 2001, p.233:
- To such as are wealthy, live plenteously, at ease, … these viands are to be forborne, if they be inclined to, or suspect melancholy, as they tender their healths ….
(circa) Putnam Fadeless Dyes packaged with granulated dye:
- Putnam Fadeless Dyes will not injure any material. Boiling water does tender some materials. … Also, silk fibers are very ''tender'' when wet and care should be take not to boil them too vigorously.
1594, (w), ''(w)'', London: William Jones,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07018.0001.001
- The angrie king hath banished me the court:
- And therefore as thou louest and tendrest me,
- Be thou my aduocate vnto these peeres.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
c. 1597, (w), ''(w)'', Act III, Scene 1 (First Folio edition):
- And ſo good ''Capulet'', which name I tender
- As dearely as my owne, be ſatisfied.
Someone who tends or waits on someone.
A railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel and water.
- Half the coal was out of the tender, half the fire out of the box, half the trucks were off the track, so violent was the stopping.
(quote-journal) (Travel)|date=1 April 2015|passage=A passenger on Cunard's Queen Elizabeth died this week following an accident while boarding from a tender (the small boats that carry passengers from ship to shore or port when the cruise ship anchors at sea). (..) Gangway ramps can, on occasion, break free of either the ship or the tender, causing passengers or crew to fall into the sea.
To work on a tender.
- : Herein, the Bard plays with the word "tender" most liberally. The boldened instance of the word is that which pertains to the instant sense.
(senseid) A formal offer to buy or sell something.
Any offer or proposal made for acceptance.
- ... if she should make tender of her love, 'tis very possible he'll scorn it; for the man,—as you know all,—hath a contemptible spirit.
(RQ:Shakespeare Timon) tender down / Their services to Lord Timon.
1864 November 21, Abraham Lincoln (signed) or John Hay, letter to Mrs. Bixby in Boston
- I cannot refrain from tendering to you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the Republic they died to save.
(quote-journal)|date=December 25, 1920|volume=XXIII|number=1|title=|page=225|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/motionpicturenew23moti_5/page/224/mode/2up|text=Hank Mann Tenders You Holiday Greetings
(l), anything which is offered, proffered, put forth or bid with the expectation of a response, answer, or reply.
(l), a railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel and water.
(apocopic form of)
(alternative form of)
(l) (railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel)
(l) (ship functioning as mobile base for other ships)
to lay (gloss)
to make (gloss)
to hang up (gloss)
to build (gloss)
to extend (gloss)
to cast (gloss)
to set (gloss)
to coat (gloss)
to lay oneself down