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BETA Finnish-English translation for: to be supposed to
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pystyäbe able to
voidato be able to
voidato be allowed to
saadato be allowed to
olla lupato be allowed to
ollato be
kem. beryllium {noun} <Be>beryllium <Be>
periytyäto be inherited
geogr. Belgia {noun}Belgium <.be>
syntyäto be born
janottaato be thirsty
vaurioituato be damaged
Varokaa! {pl}Be careful!
hermoillato be nervous
pelätäto be afraid
olla peloissaanto be scared
ollakseni rehellinento be honest
käsittää väärinto be wrong
olla väärässäto be wrong
olla valmisto be done
olla ajoissato be on time
lähes {adv}close to
tarvitato need to
täytyäto have to
vuoksi {adv}owing to
täytyäto need to
halutato want (to)
oikeust. jokamiehenoikeus {noun}freedom to roam
kasvotusten {adv}face to face
kasvokkain {adv}face to face
työkyky {noun}ability to work
äänivaltainen {adj}entitled to vote
äänestyskelpoinen {adj}eligible to vote
lentokyky {noun}ability to fly
ajantasainen {adj}up to date
koulumatka {noun}way to school
olla pakkoto have to
sopeutuvuus {noun}ability to adapt
pitää [täytyä]to have to
olla liekeissä [arki.]to be excited about sth.
kylmänarka {adj}sensitive to cold [postpos.]
äänioikeutettu {adj}entitled to vote [postpos.]
äänioikeutettu {adj}eligible to vote [postpos.]
jnk johdosta {prep}due to sth.
Haluatko ... ?Would you like to ... ?
Samoin!The same to you!
valehdella jllekto lie to sb.
joutua [täytyä]to have to [Am.]
olla rakastunut jhkto be in love with sb./sth.
aamusta iltaan {adv}from dawn to dusk
sen lisäksi {adv}in addition to that
odottaa innollato look forward to sth.
Hauska tavata.Nice to meet you.
jnk vieressä {adv}next to sb./sth.
sinne tänne {adv}from pillar to post [idiom]
elok. F Kuolematon rakkausTo Each His Own [Mitchell Leisen]
elok. F kirj. Linnunradan käsikirja liftareilleThe Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy [Douglas Adams]
elok. F kirj. Kuin surmaisi satakielenTo Kill a Mockingbird [novel: Harper Lee, film: Robert Mulligan]
kokolattiamatto {noun}wall-to-wall carpet
elok. F Mr. Smith lähtee WashingtoniinMr. Smith Goes to Washington [Frank Capra]
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