|vastaus englanniksi||reply fi, answer fi, denial fi, antiphon fi, response fi, acknowledgement fi, rejoinder fi, plea fi|
: label|en|intransitive Please reply to my letter.
: label|en|transitive "Sorry Im late," replied the student.
: label|en|transitive He replied that he was not sure.
: Joanne replied to Petes insult with a slap to his face.
*: It is a sound to be dreaded until you ascertain that it is being made by friendly forces; even then, your welcome to it must be tempered with some caution, because gunfire usually leads to replying gunfire...
: Her answer to his proposal was a slap in the face.
: There is no simple answer to corruption.
*: There was no voice, nor any that answered.
*: She answers him as if she knew his mind.
: ux|en|He answered the question.
: to answer a charge or accusation
: ux|en|She answered the door.
: Nobody answered when I knocked on the door.
*: Of course for publication in a newspaper, my palaeotype would not answer, but my glossotype would enable the author to give his Pennsylvania German in an English form and much more intelligibly.
*: Theobald spoke as if watches had half-a-dozen purposes besides time-keeping, but he could hardly open his mouth without using one or other of his tags, and "answering every purpose" was one of them.
: ux|en|It answers the need.
: The man must answer to his employer for the money entrusted to his care.
: He has a lot to answer for.
*: Let his neck answer for it, if there is any martial law.
*: I wish she had answered her picture as well.
*: The use of dunder in the making of rum answers the purpose of yeast in the fermentation of flour.
*: The windows answering each other, we could just discern the glowing horizon through them.
*: Weapons must needs be dangerous things, if they answered the bulk of so prodigious a person.
*: That the time may have all shadow and silence in it, and the place answer to convenience.
*: If this but answer to my just belief, / Ill remember you.
*: As in water face answereth to face, so the heart of man to man.
*: No man was able to answer him a word.
*: These shifts refuted, answer thine appellant.
*: The reasoning was not and could not be answered.
: He answered my claim upon him.
: The servant answered the bell.
*: This proud king ... studies day and night / To answer all the debts he owes unto you.
*: I will ... send him to answer thee.
*: And grievously hath Caesar answered it.
*: Money answereth all things.
: ux|en|The denial of "There might be X" is the null, "False, there is no X."
: ux|en|Every time we asked for an interview we got a denial.
: ux|en|The singer has issued a sweeping denial of all the rumors.
: ux|en|We couldnt break through his denial about being alcoholic.
*: "Denial" came out of the therapyspeak prevalent in the middle of the 20th century, especially as it was applied to confronting the reality of mortality. It was popularized as the first stage of grief, and quickly expanded to include refusal to confront any bad news or disturbing ideas.
: ux|en|He is in denial that he has a drinking problem.
*: The Clown ... says: ‘And so we wept; and there was the first gentleman-like tears that ever we shed’; to which his father, the Shepherd, adds the comfortable antiphon, ‘We may live, son, to shed many more.’
: a wedding invitations acknowledgement
: See Wikipedia article on [[w:transmission (telecommunications)|transmission]]
*: "Im starting to-morrow. This is perhaps the last time we shall ever meet."
*: I made an appropriate rejoinder, and he smiled wanly.
: a plea for mercy
*: Necessity, the tyrant’s plea.
*: No plea must serve; ‘t is cruelty to spare.
*: The Supreme Judicial Court shall have cognizance of pleas real, personal, and mixed.