trump

suomi-englanti sanakirja

trump englannista suomeksi

  1. ilmoittaa, julistaa

  2. valttikortti

  3. iskeä

  4. valtti

  5. toitottaa, puupittaa

  6. vaskipuhallin

  7. viedä voitto, päihittää, panna paremmaksi

  1. valtti

  2. valttikortti, valtti

  3. ruffata

  4. päihittää

trump englanniksi

  1. The suit, in a game of cards, that outranks all others.

  2. (ux)

  3. A card of that suit.

  4. Something that gives one an advantage, especially one held in reserve.

  5. (RQ:Jack Straw)

  6. An excellent person; a fine fellow, a egg.

  7. *(quote-web)

  8. 1851, (w), ''(w)'', 13|chapter 13

  9. All hands voted Queequeg a noble trump; the captain begged his pardon.
  10. 1869, (w), ''(w)'', pg 19 and 163

  11. Brooke was a trump to telegraph right off.
  12. (RQ:Thackeray Newcome)

  13. Alfred is a trump, I think you say.
  14. An old game, almost identical to whist; the game of ruff.

  15. (RQ:Latimer Car)

  16. (quote)and playeth there with oftentimes at the blinde trompe, wherby they be no winners but great losers
  17. (RQ:Florio Worlde of Wordes)also a trump at cards, or the play called trump or ruff.

  18. A card of the arcana of the tarot.

  19. To play on (a card of another suit) with a trump.

  20. ''He knew the hand was lost when his ace was trumped.''

  21. To play a trump, or to take a trick with a trump.

  22. To the better of, or finesse, a competitor.

  23. (RQ:Jonson New Inn), Act 1, Scene 3

  24. to trick or trump mankind
  25. To impose unfairly; to palm off.

  26. 1699, (w), ''A Short and Easy Method with the Deists''

  27. Authors have been trumped upon us.
  28. To supersede.

  29. ''In this election, it would seem issues of national security trumped economic issues.''

  30. To outweigh; be stronger, greater, bigger than or in other way superior to.

  31. A trumpet.

  32. 1611, King James Bible, 1 Corinthians 15:52:

  33. In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible
  34. 1798, Joseph Hopkinson, “Hail, Columbia”:

  35. Sound, sound the trump of fame,
  36. Flatulence.

  37. The noise made by an elephant through its trunk.

  38. To blow a trumpet.

  39. To flatulate.

  40. ''And without warning me, as he lay there, he suddenly trumped next to me in bed.''

  41. (synonym of).