wood

suomi-englanti sanakirja

wood englannista suomeksi

  1. puupuhallin

  2. puut, metsä, metsikkö

  3. puu

  4. puumaila

  1. puu

  2. puulaji

  3. metsä, metsikkö

  4. puu (monikko) / puut, polttopuu

  5. puu, puumaila

  6. puupuhallin

  7. stondis, kanki

  8. metsittää, istuttaa metsää">istuttaa metsää

wood englanniksi

  1. Wood

  1. The substance making up the central part of the trunk and branches of a tree. Used as a material for construction, to manufacture various items, etc. or as fuel.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  4. (quote-book)

  5. The wood of a particular species of tree.

  6. {{quote-book|en|title=Walls and Ceilings|editor=Robert M. Jones|ISBN=0809434520|year=1980|publisher=Time-Life Books|page=93

  7. A forested or wooded area.

  8. (RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth)

  9. Firewood.

  10. (quote-book)|chapter=8

  11. (quote-journal)

  12. A type of club, the head of which was traditionally made of wood.

  13. A woodwind instrument.

  14. An erection of the penis.

  15. Chess pieces.

  16. 1971, ''Chess Life & Review'' (volume 26, page 309)

  17. (..) White has nothing but a lot of frozen wood on the board while Black operates on the Q-side.
  18. To cover or plant with trees.

  19. 1542, Devereux (died 1547)|Sir Richard Devereux, letter, in ''Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica'', London: J. Nichols, published 1792, page 155:

  20. Their be ii good bellys, a chales, and a few veſtments of litil valure, the ſtuff beſide is not worth xl s. lead ther ys non except in ii gutters the which the p’or hath convey’d in to ye town, but that is ſuar yt is metely wodey’d in hege rowys.
  21. To hide behind trees.

  22. (circa) Lane|Sir Ralph Lane, “Lane’s Account of the Englishmen Left in Virginia”, in (w), editor, ''Early English and French Voyages: Chiefly from Hakluyt, 1534–1608'', New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, published 1906, page 246:

  23. Immediatly, the other boate lying ready with their shot to skoure the place for our hand weapons to lande upon, which was presently done, although the land was very high and steepe, the Savages forthwith quitted the shoare, and betooke themselves to flight: wee landed, and having faire and easily followed for a smal time after them, who had wooded themselves we know not where (..)
  24. To supply with wood, or get supplies of wood for.

  25. ''to wood a steamboat or a locomotive''

  26. (quote-journal)|editor=(w) and (w)|title=The First Emigrant Train to California|work=(w)|volume=XLI|no=1|publisher=Scribner & Company|page=106|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ZIdIAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA106&lpg=PA106|passage=Many passengers would save a little by helping to “wood the boat,” ''i. e.,'' by carrying wood down the bank and throwing it on the boat, a special ticket being issued on that condition.

  27. To take or get a supply of wood.

  28. (quote-book)|year=c. 1629|chapter=XXVII|title=The True Travels, Adventures, and Observations of Captain John Smith|volume=II|location=London|publisher=Awnsham and John Churchill|year_published=1704|page=409|pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/truetravelsadven00smitpage/409|passage=In this little Iſle of ''Mevis,'' more than twenty Years ago, I have remained a great time together, to Wood and Water and refreſh my Men (..)

  29. Mad, insane, crazed.

  30. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)

  31. A peckerwood.

  32. 1991, Mary E. Pelz, James W. Marquart and Terry Pelz, "Right-Wing Extremism in the Texas Prisons: The Rise and Fall of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas", ''The Prison Journal'', Winter-Fall 1991:

  33. He further stated that "I can't remember ever seeing a wood inmate assault a nigger without being provoked".
  34. 2009, Brendan Joel Kelly, "Pride vs. Power", ''The Phoenix New Times'':

  35. Other than shout-outs to fellow "woods," I found no references on their record to racism, and after getting to know the members, I think Woodpile's message is the opposite of what the L.A. Times construed it to be — they want to bring hardcore white guys to rap music, rather than alienating anyone of any race.
  36. insane; crazy