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Englanti-suomi sanakirja

BETA Finnish-English translation for: One can take a leaf out of his book
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Dictionary Finnish English: One can take a leaf out of his book

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Unverified Haluatteko jättää hänelle viestin?Can I take a message for him / her?
elok. F Komedia meistä ihmisistäYou Can't Take It with You [Frank Capra]
surunvalittelukirja {noun}book of condolence
valok. epäterävä {adj}out of focus
mat. yksivaippainen hyperboloidi {noun}hyperboloid of one sheet
yllättäen {adv}out of the blue
Ei tule kysymykseen!Out of the question!
kirj. e-kirja {noun}electronic book <e-book>
haukatato take a bite
katsoato take a look
saunoato take a sauna
valokuvatato take a photograph
puolitoistaone and a half
yksitellen {adv}one at a time
yksittäin {adv}one at a time
sanonta Ei kahta ilman kolmatta.No two ones without a third one
lapa {noun}leaf
lehti {noun}leaf
bot. gastr. laakerinlehti {noun}bay leaf
matskut lehtikulta {noun}gold leaf
matskut lehtikulta {noun}leaf gold
bot. metsät. lehtipuu {noun}leaf tree
hänen {pron} [miespuolinen]his [possessive]
sienet lehtopokaalimörsky {noun} [Helvella acetabulum]cabbage leaf Helvella
entom. liljakukko {noun} [Lilioceris lilii]lily leaf beetle
bot. morsiusleinikki {noun} [Ranunculus aconitifolius]aconite-leaf buttercup
bot. murattisyklaami {noun} [Cyclamen hederifolium]ivy-leaf cyclamen
moni {adj}a lot of
parisena couple of
kirja {noun}book
vihko {noun}book
elok. F Kuolematon rakkausTo Each His Own [Mitchell Leisen]
haudanhäpäisy {noun}desecration of a grave
sanonta Unverified hyeenalauma {noun}a cackle of hyenas
ammatit kauppa kirjakauppias {noun}book dealer
kirjasto kirjasarja {noun}book series
sanonta Unverified korppikotkaparvi {noun}a wake of vultures
koulutus koulukirja {noun}school book
kirj. kuvakirja {noun}picture book
lähdeteos {noun}reference book
sanonta Unverified perhosparvi {noun}a flutter of butterflies
usk. rukouskirja {noun}prayer book
comics sarjakuvalehti {noun}comic book
saukkolauma {noun}a romp of otters
naut. vesillelasku {noun}launch of a ship
sanonta Unverified virtahepolauma {noun}a crash of rhinoceroses
koululaukku {noun}book bag [Am.]
leikkik. värityskirja {noun}coloring book [Am.]
leikkik. värityskirja {noun}colouring book [Br.]
lasillinen vettäa glass of water
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