suomi-englanti sanakirja

trench englannista suomeksi

  1. kaivertaa

  2. oja

  3. ojittaa

  4. hankaloittaa

  5. painauma

  6. vallihaudoittaa

  7. kaivaa

  8. kuopata

  1. Substantiivi

  2. oja

  3. juoksuhauta, ampumahauta

  4. Verbi

trench englanniksi

  1. A long, narrow ditch or hole dug in the ground.

  2. A narrow excavation as used in warfare, as a cover for besieging or emplaced forces.

  3. A pit, usually rectangular with smooth walls and floor, excavated during an archaeological investigation.

  4. A coat.

  5. 1999, April 24, Xiphias Gladius , "Re: trenchcoat mafia", ''ne.general.selected'', Usenet:

  6. I was the first person in my high school to wear a trench and fedora constantly, and Ben was one of the first to wear a black trench.
  7. 2007, (w), ''The Little Black Book of Style'', HarperCollins, as excerpted in Elle|''Elle'', October, page 138:

  8. A classic trench can work in any kind of weather and goes well with almost anything.
  9. To invade, especially with regard to the rights or the exclusive authority of another; to encroach.

  10. 1640, (w), ''Underwoods'', page 68:

  11. Shee is the Judge, Thou Executioner, Or if thou needs would'st trench upon her power, Thou mightst have yet enjoy'd thy crueltie, With some more thrift, and more varietie.
  12. (RQ:Isaac Taylor Saturday Evening)

  13. 1949, (w), ''American Government and Politics'', page 16:

  14. He could make what laws he pleased, as long as those laws did not trench upon property rights.
  15. 2005, Carl von Clausewitz, J. J. Graham, ''On War'', page 261:

  16. Our ideas, therefore, must trench upon the province of tactics.
  17. To excavate an elongated pit for protection of soldiers and or equipment, usually perpendicular to the of sight toward the enemy.

  18. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-1)

  19. (RQ:Pope Iliad)

  20. Advanc'd upon the field there stood a moundOf earth congested, wall'd , and trench'd around
  21. To excavate an elongated and often narrow pit.

  22. To have direction; to aim or tend.

  23. (RQ:Bacon Essayes)

  24. To cut; to form or shape by cutting; to make by incision, hewing, etc.

  25. *(RQ:Shakespeare Venus and Adonis)

  26. *(RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona)

  27. To cut furrows or ditches in.

  28. (ux)

  29. To dig or cultivate very deeply, usually by digging parallel contiguous trenches in succession, filling each from the next.

  30. coat

  31. (alt form)