train

suomi-englanti sanakirja

train englannista suomeksi

  1. hammasvälitys, vipulaitteisto

  2. matkustaa junalla

  3. opettaa

  4. suunnata, tähdätä

  5. harjoittaa

  6. laahata

  7. juna

  8. laahus

  9. valmentaa

  10. seuraukset

  11. harjoitella

  12. koulia

  13. kasvattaa

  14. matkue

  15. ketju

  1. laahus

  2. juna

  3. kulkue, jono, karavaani

  4. ketju, sarja

  5. pulssijono

  6. ketju

  7. harjoitella, treenata

  8. kouluttaa, harjoittaa, opettaa

  9. edetä (jonossa)">edetä (jonossa)

  10. suunnata

  11. ohjata

  12. Verbi

  13. Substantiivi

train englanniksi

  1. Elongated or trailing portion.

  2. The elongated back portion of a dress or skirt (or an ornamental piece of material added to similar effect), which drags along the ground. (defdate)

  3. (ux)

  4. (RQ:Austen Northanger Abbey)

  5. (quote-book)

  6. 2011, Imogen Fox, ''The Guardian'', 20 Apr 2011:

  7. Lace sleeves, a demure neckline, a full skirt and a relatively modest train.
  8. A trail or line of something, especially gunpowder. (defdate)

  9. 1785, (w), Letter to Richard Price:

  10. Emancipation is put into such a train that in a few years there will be no slaves Northward of Maryland.
  11. 1873, (w), ''Aunt Charlotte's Stories of English History for the little ones'':

  12. A party was sent to search, and there they found all the powder ready prepared, and, moreover, a man with a lantern, one Guy Fawkes, who had undertaken to be the one to set fire to the train of gunpowder, hoping to escape before the explosion.
  13. The tail of a bird.

  14. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)

  15. The tail of an animal in general.

  16. The elongated body or form of something narrow and winding, such as the course of a river or the body of a snake.

  17. A transient trail of glowing ions behind a large meteor as it falls through the atmosphere or accompanying a comet as it nears the sun; tail.

  18. (quote-book) |author=(w) |year= 1839 |passage=Finally, all men saw that astronomical knowledge lied not, and they awaited the comet. Its approach was not, at first, seemingly rapid; nor was its appearance of very unusual character. It was of a dull red, and had little perceptible train.

  19. An animal's trail or track. (defdate)

  20. Something dragged or laid along the ground to form a trail of scent or food along which to lure an animal.

  21. Gait or manner of running of a horse.

  22. Connected sequence of people or things.

  23. A group of people following an important figure such as a king or noble; a retinue, a group of retainers. (defdate)

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Tempest)

  25. {{quote-book

  26. 2009, (w), ''The King's Grace'':

  27. Grace was glad the citizenry did not know Katherine Gordon was in the king’s train, but she was beginning to understand Henry’s motive for including the pretender’s wife.
  28. A group of animals, vehicles, or people that follow one another in a line, such as a wagon train; a caravan or procession. (defdate)

  29. A group or class of people.

  30. (RQ:Marlowe Tamburlaine)

  31. The men and vehicles following an army, which carry artillery and other equipment for battle or siege. (defdate)

  32. A sequence of events or ideas which are interconnected; a course or procedure of something. (defdate)

  33. 1872, (w), ''The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals'':

  34. A man may be absorbed in the deepest thought, and his brow will remain smooth until he encounters some obstacle in his train of reasoning, or is interrupted by some disturbance, and then a frown passes like a shadow over his brow.
  35. (quote-journal)

  36. 2012, Rory Carroll, ''The Guardian'', 18 Jun 2012:

  37. "Where was I?" he asked several times during the lunch, losing his train of thought.
  38. A set of things, events, or circumstances that follow after or as a consequence; aftermath, wake.

  39. {{quote-book|en|title=and Childhood|Labour and Childhood|author=Margaret McMillan|year=1907|page=and childhood.djvu/146|120

  40. State of progress, status, situation (in phrases introduced by ''in a'' + adjective); (ngd) proper order or situation (introduced by ''in'' or ''in a'' alone). (defdate)

  41. (RQ:Richardson Clarissa)

  42. 1779, (w), ''Shenstone-Green: or, the New Paradise Lost,'' London, R. Baldwin, Volume(nbs)1, Chapter(nbs)7, p.(nbs)46,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004834350.0001.001

  43. I took care that my absence should neither be lamented by the poor nor the rich. I put every thing in a fair train of going on smoothly, and actually set out, with my steward, for my estate in Wales at dawning of the day.
  44. 1787, (w), letter to (w) dated 10(nbs)July, 1787, in ''The Writings of George Washington,'' Boston: American Stationers’ Company, 1837, Volume(nbs)9, p.(nbs)260,https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=njp.32101072313156&view=1up&seq=272

  45. When I refer you to the state of the counsels, which prevailed at the period you left this city, and add that they are now if possible in a worse train than ever, you will find but little ground on which the hope of a good establishment can be formed.
  46. (RQ:Austen Mansfield Park) every thing was now in a fairer train for Miss Crawford’s marrying Edmund than it had ever been before.

  47. A set of interconnected mechanical parts which operate each other in sequence. (defdate)

  48. A series of electrical pulses. (defdate)

  49. A series of specified vehicles, originally tramcars in a mine, and later especially carriages, coupled together. (defdate)

  50. A mechanical (traditionally steam-powered, now usually diesel or electrical) vehicle carrying a large number of passengers and freight along a designated track; a line of connected railway cars or carriages considered overall as a mode of transport; (as uncountable noun) rail travel. (defdate)

  51. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)As we reached the lodge we heard the whistle, and we backed up against one side of the platform as the train pulled up at the other.

  52. 2009, (w), ''The Guardian'', 24 Jan 2009:

  53. This winter we thought we'd go to Venice by train, for the adventure.
  54. (quote-journal)| title=Ideas coming down the track| passage=A “moving platform” scheme(..)is more technologically ambitious than maglev trains even though it relies on conventional rails. Local trains would use side-by-side rails to roll alongside intercity trains and allow passengers to switch trains by stepping through docking bays.

  55. A long, heavy sleigh used in Canada for the transportation of merchandise, wood, etc.

  56. A software release schedule.

  57. 2008, Michael Bushong, Cathy Gadecki, Aviva Garrett, ''JUNOS For Dummies'' (page 16)

  58. What steps do development engineers follow when adding new feature code? How do they support different software versions or release trains?
  59. An act wherein series of men line up and then penetrate a person, especially as a form of rape. (defdate)

  60. 2005, Violet Blue, ''Best Women's Erotica 2006: Volume 2001'', link

  61. “You want us to run a train on you?”
  62. To practice an ability.

  63. To teach and form (someone) by practice; to educate (someone).

  64. (quote-journal)| volume=188| issue=26| page=18| magazine=(w)|title=Hypocrisy lies at heart of Manning prosecution| passage=The dispatches also exposed the blatant discrepancy between the west's professed values and actual foreign policies. Having lectured the Arab world about democracy for years, its collusion in suppressing freedom was undeniable as protesters were met by weaponry and tear gas made in the west, employed by a military trained by westerners.

  65. To improve one's fitness.

  66. To proceed in sequence.

  67. To move (a gun) laterally so that it points in a different direction.

  68. To encourage (a plant or branch) to grow in a particular direction or shape, usually by pruning and bending.

  69. 1805, (w), article in ''The Edinburgh Review''

  70. He trains the young branches to the right hand or to the left.
  71. To trace (a lode or any mineral appearance) to its head.

  72. To create a trainer for; to apply cheats to (a game).

  73. 2000, "Sensei David O.E. Mohr - Lord Ronin from Q-Link", ''WTB:"The Last V-8" C128 game -name correction'' (on newsgroup ''comp.sys.cbm'')

  74. I got a twix on the 128 version being fixed and trained by Mad Max at M2K BBS 208-587-7636 in Mountain Home Idaho. He fixes many games and puts them on his board. One of my sources for games and utils.
  75. To draw (something) along; to trail, to drag (something).

  76. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  77. To trail down or along the ground.

  78. To draw by persuasion, artifice, or the like; to attract by stratagem; to entice; to allure.

  79. (RQ:Shakespeare King John)

  80. (RQ:Shakespeare Comedy of Errors)

  81. (RQ:John Ford Whore)

  82. 1825, Sir (w), ''Talisman (Scott novel)|The Talisman''

  83. Thou hast been trained from thy post by some deep guile — some well-devised stratagem — the cry of some distressed maiden has caught thine ear, or the laughful look of some merry one has taken thine eye.
  84. Treachery; deceit. (defdate)

  85. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  86. A trick or stratagem. (defdate)

  87. A trap for animals, a snare; a trap in general. (defdate)

  88. A lure; a decoy. (defdate)

  89. A live bird, handicapped or disabled in some way, provided for a young hawk to kill as training or enticement.

  90. oil, oil.

  91. (nl-verb form of)

  92. train (rail mounted vehicle)

  93. pace

  94. noise

  95. train