suomi-englanti sanakirja

utter englannista suomeksi

  1. päästää

  2. syvä

  3. täysi

  4. ilmaista

  5. virkkaa, lausua

  6. päästää ilmoille, äännellä, tuottaa

  1. äärimmäinen, täydellinen

  2. sanoa, virkkaa, inahtaa, päästää, houria, tuottaa

  3. Substantiivi

utter englanniksi

  1. Outer; furthest out, most remote. (defdate)

  2. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  3. (RQ:Homer Chapman Odysseys)

  4. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  5. Outward. (defdate)

  6. (RQ:Tyndale NT)

  7. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene).|year=1596.2|IIII|X|142

  8. Absolute, unconditional, total, complete. (defdate)

  9. ''utter ruin; utter darkness''

  10. 1708, (w), ''Fourteen Sermons Preach'd on Several Occasions'' : Preface

  11. They (..) are utter strangers to all those anxious (..)thoughts which (..)disquiet mankind.
  12. (quote-book)| title=Thuvia, Maiden of Mars| url=http://www.gutenberg.org/files/72/72-h/72-h.htm| publisher=The Gutenberg Project| passage=His eyes could not penetrate the darkness even to the distinguishing of his hand before his face, while the banths, he knew, could see quite well, though absence of light were utter.

  13. To produce (speech or other sounds) with one's voice.

  14. (syn)


  15. (RQ:Geneva Bible)

  16. 1748, (w), ''(w),'' London: J. Osborn, Volume(nbs)2, Chapter(nbs)50, p.(nbs)156,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004833141.0001.002

  17. (..) he made no other reply, for some time, than lifting up his eyes, clasping his hands, and uttering a hollow groan.
  18. (RQ:Alcott Little Women) Laurie slyly pulled the parrot’s tail, which caused Polly to utter an astonished croak,

  19. (quote-book)

  20. To reveal or express (an idea, thought, desire, etc.) with speech.

  21. (RQ:Milton Areopagitica)

  22. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jones) tho’ a few odd Fellows will utter their own Sentiments in all Places, yet much the greater Part of Mankind have enough of the Courtier to accommodate their Converſation to the Taſte and Inclination of their Superiors.

  23. 1871, (w), ''(w),'' Edinburgh: William Blackwood, Volume(nbs)4, Part(nbs)2, Book(nbs)8, Chapter(nbs)83, p.(nbs)323,https://archive.org/details/middlemarchstudy42elio/page/323

  24. Each had been full of thoughts which neither of them could begin to utter.
  25. 1959, (w), ''(w),'' New York: Time, 1964, Chapter(nbs), p.(nbs)213,https://archive.org/details/mementomori00spar_1

  26. “Your master,” he declared, “has uttered a damnable lie about a dead friend of mine.”
  27. 1995, (w), ''(w),'' Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, Part(nbs)11, p.(nbs)528,https://archive.org/details/finebalanc00mist

  28. “Don’t worry about me,” he uttered with minimum lip movement.
  29. To produce (a noise) (''of an inanimate object'').

  30. ''Sally's car uttered a hideous shriek when she applied the brakes.''

  31. To spit or blow (something) out of one's mouth.

  32. (RQ:Irving Sketch Book)

  33. 1821, (w), “The Old Benchers of the Inner Temple” in ''(w),'' Volume(nbs)4, No.(nbs)21, September(nbs)1821, p.(nbs)280,https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015033904965&view=1up&seq=296

  34. Four little winged marble boys used to play their virgin fancies, spouting out ever fresh streams from their innocent-wanton lips, in the square of Lincoln’s-inn (..) Are the stiff-wigged living figures, that still flitter and chatter about that area, less gothic in appearance? or, is the splutter of their hot rhetoric one half so refreshing and innocent, as the little cool playful streams those exploded cherubs uttered?
  35. To emit or off (breath).

  36. (RQ:Shakespeare Midsummer Q1) moſt deare Actors, eate no Onions, nor garlicke: for we are to vtter ſweete breath: (..)

  37. 1629, (w), ''The Tragedy of Albovine, King of the Lombards,'' London: R. Moore, Act(nbs)I, Scene(nbs)1,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A19881.0001.001

  38. (..) now the King forsakes
    The Campe, he must maintaine luxurious mouthes,
    Such as can vtter perfum’d breath,
  39. To shed (a tear or tears).

  40. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Cupids Revenge) weepe now or never, thou haſt made more ſorrowes then we have eyes to utter.

  41. 1928, (w), ''The Station: Travels to the Holy Mountain of Greece,'' Bloomsbury, 2010, Chapter(nbs)6,https://books.google.ca/books?id=g0MwzAEACAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=editions:ISBN0857718207

  42. (..) a mythological matron, in a classical helmet, uttering a tear at a rustic cross bound in blue and white ribbons and inscribed TO THE FALLEN—1912,
  43. To offer (something) for sale; to sell.

  44. (RQ:Holinshed Chronicles) certayne Merchants (..) obteyned licence ſafely to arriue here in Ireland with their wares, and to vtter the ſame.

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

  46. (RQ:Bacon Learning) at the Games|Olimpian games (..) ſome cam as Merchants to vtter their commodities, (..)

  47. (RQ:Defoe Plague Year)

  48. To put (currency) into circulation.

  49. 1564, Proclamation of (w) dated November, 1564, London: Richard Jugge and John Cawood, 1565,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A21679.0001.001

  50. (..) there are (..) forrayne peeces of golde, of the like quantitie and fashion (although of lesse value) lyke to an Englyshe Angell, brought hyther, and here vttered and payde for ten shyllynges of syluer, beyng for they lacke of wayght, and for the basenesse of the allay, not worth. vii. shillinges, to the great deceite and losse of the subiectes of this her Realme:
  51. 1735, (w), ''(w),'' Letter(nbs)3, in ''The Works of Jonathan Swift,'' Dublin: George Faulkner, Volume(nbs)4, p.(nbs)123,https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.31175035539173&view=1up&seq=135

  52. There is nothing remaining to preserve us from Ruin, but that the whole Kingdom should continue in a firm determinate Resolution never to receive or utter this FATAL ''Coin:''
  53. 1842, cited in ''Supplement to The Jurist, containing a Digest of All the Reported Cases (..) published during the year 1842,'' p.(nbs)49,https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.c3007314&view=1up&seq=1183&size=125

  54. If two persons jointly prepare counterfeit coin, and then utter it in different shops, apart from each other, but in concert, and intending to share the proceeds, the utterings of each are the joint utterings of both, and they may be convicted jointly.
  55. 1914, Section 87G(2), Crimes Act 1914 (Cth)

  56. A person shall not utter a postage stamp knowing it to be forged.
  57. 1948, 18 U.S. Code § 486, Uttering coins of gold, silver or other metal

  58. Whoever, except as authorized by law, makes or utters or passes, or attempts to utter or pass, any coins of gold or silver or other metal, or alloys of metals, intended for use as current money, whether in the resemblance of coins of the United States or of foreign countries, or of original design, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
  59. To show (something that has been hidden); to reveal the identity of (someone).

  60. (RQ:Tyndale Pentateuch) there ſhuld be no man with him / whyle he Joseph vttred him ſelfe vnto his brethern.

  61. To send or put (something) out.

  62. 1548, (w), ''The Union of the Two Noble and Illustre Famelies of Lancastre and Yorke,'' London: Richard Grafton, Henry(nbs)VI, year(nbs)37,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A02595.0001.001

  63. As fier beyng enclosed in a strayte place, wil by force vtter his flamme (..)
  64. (RQ:Spenser Shepheardes Calender)

  65. otter; a mammal of the family Mustelidae