theme englannista suomeksi
1828, James Hogg, ''Mary Burnet''
- "Had not you once a beautiful daughter, named Mary?" said the stranger."It is a heartrending question, man," said Andrew; "but certes, I had once a beloved daughter named Mary.""What became of her?" asked the stranger.Andrew shook his head, turned round, and began to move away; it was a theme that his heart could not brook.
1979, ''Tri-Quarterly'' (issues 46-47, page 273)
- (..) his themes and exercises were in constant demand for what we called cogging and American students rather grandly called plagiarization.
The stem of a word.
A regional unit of organisation in the Byzantine empire.
To give a theme to.
''We themed the birthday party around superheroes.''
To apply a theme to; to change the visual appearance and/or layout of (software).