suomi-englanti sanakirja

upright englannista suomeksi

  1. kunniakas, rehellinen

  2. pystytuki

  3. pystypiano

  4. pystyssä, pystyssä oleva

  5. pystyasennossa oleva

  1. pysty

  2. pystysuuntainen

  3. oikeamielinen

  4. pystyssä

  5. Substantiivi

  6. tolppa

  7. Verbi

upright englanniksi

  1. Vertical; erect

  2. ''I was standing upright, waiting for my orders.''

  3. 1608, William Shakespeare, ''The merry Deuill of Edmonton'', introduction, lines 1–4

  4. ''Fab''''ell'''':'' What meanes the tolling of this fatall chime, // O what a trembling horror ſtrikes my hart! // My ſtiffned haire ſtands vpright on my head, // As doe the briſtles of a porcupine.
  5. 1782, Fanny Burney, ''Cecilia; or, Memoirs of an Heiress'', volume V, Book X, chapter X: “A Termination”, page 372

  6. Supported by pillows, ſhe ſat almoſt upright.
  7. (quote-book)

  8. In its proper orientation; not overturned.

  9. (ux)

  10. Greater in height than breadth.

  11. Of good morals; practicing ethical values.

  12. (RQ:KJV)

  13. Having the head approximately at a angle with the shaft.

  14. (rfv-sense) in or into an upright position

  15. Any vertical part of a structure.

  16. 1942, Reuben Swinburne Clymer, ''The Philosophy of Fire'' (page 64)

  17. On the change in architectural forms from the pyramidal to the obeliscar, the fires were transferred from the altars, or cubes, to the summits of the typical uprights, or towers; (..)
  18. A post.

  19. (quote-journal)

  20. A leg

  21. A word clued by the successive initial, middle, or final letters of the cross-lights in a acrostic or acrostic.

  22. An piano.

  23. An upright game cabinet.

  24. 2013, Jon Peddie, ''The History of Visual Magic in Computers'' (page 181)

  25. The video arcade machines are typically in stand up arcade cabinets, although some have been built as tables. The uprights have a monitor and controls in front and players insert coins or tokens into the machines to play the game.
  26. (short for)

  27. To set upright or stand back up (something that has fallen).