traffic

suomi-englanti sanakirja

traffic englannista suomeksi

  1. mustapörssi, luvaton kauppa, kaupustelu

  2. myydä, myyskennellä, diilata

  3. käydä kauppaa

  4. liikenne

  5. kanssakäyminen

  1. Substantiivi

  2. liikenne

  3. kauppa, liikenne

  4. mustapörssi

  5. tietoliikenne

  6. Verbi

  7. käydä kauppaa

  8. tinkiä

traffic englanniksi

  1. Moving pedestrians or vehicles, or the flux or passage thereof.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Q1-2)

  4. Commercial transportation or exchange of goods, or the movement of passengers or people.

  5. (quote-text)|title=(w)|passage=I had three large axes, and abundance of hatchets (for we carried the hatchets for traffic with the Indians).

  6. {{quote-book|en|year=2007|author=John Darwin|title=After Tamerlane|publisher=Penguin|page=12

  7. Illegal trade or exchange of goods, often drugs.

  8. Exchange or flux of information, messages or data, as in a computer or telephone network.

  9. 1902, John Buchan, ''The Outgoing of the Tide''

  10. The parish stank of idolatry, abominable rites were practiced in secret, and in all the bounds there was no one had a more evil name for the black traffic than one Alison Sempill, who bode at the Skerburnfoot.
  11. In radio, formal written messages relayed on behalf of others.

  12. The amount of attention paid to a particular printed page etc. in a publication.

  13. 1950, ''Advertising & Selling'' (volume 43, part 2, page 53)

  14. Those fixed locations which are sold to advertisers become preferred according to the expected page traffic.
  15. Commodities of the market.

  16. (quote-book)|(w)|https://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/poems/trivia-or-art-walking-streets-london

  17. You'll see a draggled damsel / From Billingsgate her fishy traffic bear.
  18. To pass goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money; to buy or sell goods

  19. (syn)

  20. To trade meanly or mercenarily; to bargain.

  21. To exchange in traffic; to effect by a bargain or for a consideration.

  22. 1912, ''The World's Wit and Humor'' (page 176)

  23. A Libyan longing took us, and we would have chosen, if we could, to bear a strand of grotesque beads, or a handful of brazen gauds, and traffic them for some sable maid with crisp locks, whom, uncoffling from the captive train beside the desert, we should make to do our general housework forever, through the right of lawful purchase.
  24. (lbl) congested