suomi-englanti sanakirja

vest englannista suomeksi

  1. aluspaita

  2. uskoa jollekin

  3. pukeutua

  4. liivi

  5. siirtyä jollekin

  6. määrätä jollekin

  1. Substantiivi

  2. liivi

  3. aluspaita

  4. liivi, tunnusliivi

  5. liivi; turvaliivi, huomioliivi

  6. Verbi

vest englanniksi

  1. A loose robe or outer garment worn historically by men in Arab or Middle Eastern countries.

  2. A sleeveless garment that buttons down the front, worn over a shirt, and often as part of a suit; a waistcoat.

  3. (quote-book)|chapter=10

  4. A sleeveless garment, often with a low-cut neck, usually worn under a shirt or blouse.

  5. A sleeveless top, typically with identifying colours or logos, worn by an athlete or member of a sports team.

  6. Any sleeveless garment, often for a purpose such as identification, safety, or storage.

  7. 2010, Thomas Mullen, ''The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers'', Random House, (ISBN), page 162:

  8. He gripped some of the shreds and pulled off his vest and the shirt beneath it, his clothing disintegrating around him. What in the hell point was there in wearing a twenty-five-pound bulletproof vest if you could still get gunned to death?
  9. A vestment.

  10. 1700, (w), ''(w)''

  11. In state attended by her maiden train, / Who bore the vests that holy rites require.
  12. Clothing generally; array; garb.

  13. 1800, (w), poem (classified under ''Inscriptions'')

  14. Not seldom, clad in radiant vest / Deceitfully goes forth the morn.
  15. To clothe with, or as with, a vestment, or garment; to dress; to robe; to cover, surround, or encompass closely.

  16. (RQ:Milton Methought)

  17. 1697, (w), ''(w)''

  18. With ether vested, and a purple sky.
  19. To clothe with authority, power, etc.; to put in possession; to invest; to furnish; to endow; followed by ''with'' and the thing conferred.

  20. ''to vest a court with power to try cases of life and death''

  21. c. 1718, (w), “To (w) – An Ode”:

  22. Had thy poor breast receiv’d an equal pain; / Had I been vested with the monarch’s power; / Thou must have sigh’d, unlucky youth, in vain; / Nor from my bounty hadst thou found a cure.
  23. To place or give into the possession or discretion of some person or authority; to commit to another; with ''in'' before the possessor.

  24. ''The power of life and death is vested in the king, or in the courts.''

  25. (RQ:Locke Governmen), ''Book I''

  26. Empire and dominion(..) was vested in him.
  27. To invest; to put.

  28. ''to vest money in goods, land, or houses''

  29. To clothe with possession; also, to give a person an immediate fixed right of present or future enjoyment of.

  30. ''to vest a person with an estate''

    ''an estate is vested in possession''


  31. (of an inheritance or a trust fund) To devolve upon the person currently entitled when a prior interest has ended.

  32. ''Upon the death of the Sovereign the Crown automatically vests in the next heir without the need of coronation or other formality.''

  33. To become vested, to become permanent.

  34. ''My pension vests at the end of the month and then I can take it with me when I quit.''

  35. 2005, Kaye A. Thomas, ''Consider Your Options'', page 104

  36. If you doubt that you'll stick around at the company long enough for your options to vest, you should discount the value for that uncertainty as well.
  37. 2007, Guy Cole, Jr.|Ransey Guy Cole, Jr. (United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit), Miller Music, Inc. v. Sony ATV Publishing, LLC/Opinion of the Court|Roger Miller Music, Inc. v. Sony ATV Publishing, LLC

  38. Sony interpreted 17 U.S.C. § 304 as requiring that the author be alive at the start of the copyright renewal term for the author’s prior assignments to vest.
  39. the west

  40. toward the west, westwards

  41. A vest.

  42. fortified wall, wall

  43. moat

  44. boulevard

  45. (l), cardigan, waistcoat

  46. to lead

  47. (senseid) west (gloss)

  48. (senseid) a waistcoat

  49. west (''compass point'')

  50. a waistcoat

  51. west

  52. report, news

  53. conscience