|yhdistää englanniksi||ascribe, mingle, geminate, link, conflate, composite, unify, relate, connect, ally, combine, match, marry, joint, unite, compound, amalgamate, bind, meld, knit, associate, merge, consolidate, implicate, integrate|
: One may ascribe these problems to the federal government; however, at this stage it is unclear what caused them.
: It is arguable as to whether we can truly ascribe this play to Shakespeare.
*: There was ... fire mingled with the hail.
: Across the city yesterday, there was a feeling of bittersweet reunion as streams of humanity converged and mingled at dozens of memorial services. — [http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/11/nyregion/nyregionspecial3/11bush.html?hp&ex=1158033600&en=e468f88da52557ed&ei=5094&partner=homepage New York Times]
*: The holy seed have mingled themselves with the people of those lands.
*: a mingled, imperfect virtue
*: [He] proceeded to mingle another draught.
*: For example, Martin (2007) notes that compounds in several languages (including English and Turkish) violate the general phonological principles in the language (e.g., English only allows geminate consonants in compounds).
: The mayor’s assistant serves as the link to the media.
*: The link of brotherhood, by which / One common Maker bound me to the kind.
*: And so by double links enchained themselves in lovers life.
: The third link of the silver chain needs to be resoldered.
: The weakest link.
: The link on the page points to the sports scores.
: A by-N-link is composed of N lanes.
*: They used formerly to live in caves or huts dug into the side of a bank or "link," and lined with heath or straw.
*: But know that God is the strongest link.
*: The fuse is the weakest link in the system. As such, the fuse is also the most valuable link in the system.
*: .... This is so that nobody can change the way every link must talk about the formula that I taught to make a real Chain of Universal Love and not a Chain of Love of a group or sect.”
: a link of horsehair
*: All the tribes and nations that composed it [the Roman Empire] were linked together, not only by the same laws and the same government, but by all the facilities of commodious intercourse, and of frequent communication.
: My homepage links to my wifes.
: Havent you seen his Web site? Ill link you to it.
: Stop linking those unfunny comics all the time!
*: You were coming out of the Italian Opera, ma’am, in white satin and jewels, a blaze of splendour, when I hadn’t a penny to buy a link to light you.’
*: "Give me a loan of the link, Dick."
*: Why the redactor created this conflate version, despite its inconsistencies, is a matter of conjecture.
: I composited an image using computer software.
*: Ultimately, all frequencies unify into an unmoving state of zero frequency or vacuum. In other words, all seven sound vibrations or notes unify into silence; all thought frequencies (positive and negative) unify into no-thought or no-mind; and all seven colors of the rainbow unify into pure space that appears dark when it is invisible and as light when it is visible.
*: The use of video made it possible to relate the talk to the answers given to particular problems in the test. With this research design it was possible to relate changes in test score measures to changes in linguistic features...
: I find it difficult to relate to others because im extremely introverted.
*: Abate your zealous haste, till morrow next again / Both light of heaven and strength of men relate.
: ux|en|I think this piece connects to that piece over there.
: ux|en|Both roads have the same name, but they dont connect: theyre on opposite sides of the river, and theres no bridge there.
: ux|en|The new railroad will connect the northern part of the state to the southern part.
: ux|en|I connected the printer to the computer, but I couldnt get it work.
: ux|en|When the technician connects my house, Ill be able to access the internet.
: ux|en|I didnt connect my lost jewelry with the news of an area cat burglar until the police contacted me.
: ux|en|Im flying to London where I connect with a flight heading to Hungary.
*: O chief! in blood, and now in arms allied.
*: These three did love each other dearly well, And with so firm affection were allied.
*: The virtue nearest to our vice allied.
*: the English soldiers and their French allies
*: Science, instead of being the enemy of religion, becomes its ally.
*: Gruiformes — cranes and allies
*: You with your foes combine, / And seem your own destruction to design.
*: So sweet did harp and voice combine.
: ux|en|Combine the milk and the hot water in a large bowl. Im combining business and pleasure on this trip.
: Joe combines the intelligence of a rock with the honesty of a politician.
: two substances that easily combine
*: I am combined by a sacred vow.
: We cant finish harvesting because our combine is stuck in the mud.
: The telecom companies were accused of having formed an illegal combine in order to hike up the network charges.
: My local team are playing in a match against their arch-rivals today.
*: many a warlike match
*: A solemn match was made; he lost the prize.
: He knew he had met his match.
*: Government ... makes an innocent man, though of the lowest rank, a match for the mightiest of his fellow subjects.
*: She ... was looked upon as the richest match of the West.
*: It were no match, your nail against his horn.
: The carpet and curtains are a match.
*: Thy hand upon that match.
*: Love doth seldom suffer itself to be confined by other matches than those of its own making.
: ux|en|Their interests didnt match, so it took a long time to agree what to do together.
: ux|en|These two copies are supposed to be identical, but they dont match.
: ux|en|His interests didnt match her interests.
*: There was a neat hat-and-umbrella stand, and the strangers weary feet fell soft on a good, serviceable dark-red drugget, which matched in colour the flock-paper on the walls.
: ux|en|They found out about his color-blindness when he couldnt match socks properly.
: ux|en|She matched him at every turn: anything he could do, she could do as well or better.
*: ...Adams sons are my brethren; and truly, I hold it a sin to match in my kindred.
*: A senator of Rome survived, / Would not have matched his daughter with a king.
: ux|en|to match boards
: He struck a match and lit his cigarette.
: Neither of her daughters showed any desire to marry.
*: Evelyn, in his "Diary," under date 1641, says that at Haerlem "they showed us a cottage where, they told us, dwelt a woman who had been married to her twenty-fifth husband, and, being now a widow, was prohibited to marry in future; ..."
*: But Esau, being now forty years of age, took a false step by marrying not only without his parents consent; but with two wives, daughters of the Hittites.
: She was not happily married.
: His daughter was married some five years ago to a tailors apprentice.
*: The kyngdome of heven is lyke unto a certayne kinge, which maryed his sonne [...].
: He was eager to marry his daughter to a nobleman.
: In some cultures, it is acceptable for an uncle to marry his niece.
: The attempt to marry medieval plainsong with speed metal produced interesting results.
*: Turn, O backsliding children, saith the Lord; for I am married unto you.
*: For Faulkner, these years marry professional triumphs and personal disappointments: the Nobel Prize for Literature and an increasingly unlifting depression.
: A justice of the peace will marry Jones and Smith.
*: Tell him that he shall marry the couple himself.
*: I have chequed him for it, and the young lion repents; marry, not in ashes and sackcloth, but in new silk and old sack.
: The play was a joint production between the two companies.
*: A joint burden laid upon us all.
: This rod is free to swing at the joint with the platform.
: The water is leaking out of the joint between the two pipes.
: The dovetail joint, while more difficult to make, is also quite strong.
: Set the joint in a roasting tin and roast for the calculated cooking time.
: a joint of cane or of a grass stem; a joint of the leg
: It was the kind of joint you wouldnt want your boss to see you in.
: Im just trying to stay out of the joint.
: After locking the door and closing the shades, they lit the joint.
: to joint boards, a jointing plane
*: Pierced through the yielding planks of jointed wood.
*: Jointing their force gainst Caesar.
*: The fingers are jointed together for motion.
*: He joints the neck.
*: Quartering, jointing, seething, and roasting.
: the stones joint, neatly.
: The new government will try to unite the various factions.
: If we want to win, we will need to unite.
: I hope this song can unite people from all different cultures.
*: Occasionally Scots and Irish coins are also found. The gold hoards consist entirely of crown gold unites, half unites and quarter unites from the reigns of James I and Charles I.
: a compound word
*: Compound substances are made up of two or more simple substances.
: to compound a medicine
*: incapacitating him from successfully compounding a tale of this sort
*: We have the power of altering and compounding those images into all the varieties of picture.
*: Only compound me with forgotten dust.
: to compound a debt
*: I pray, my lords, let me compound this strife.
*: Heres a fellow will help you to-morrow; ... compound with him by the year.
*: They were at last glad to compound for his bare commitment to the Tower.
*: Cornwall compounded to furnish ten oxen after Michaelmas for thirty pounds.
*: Compound for sins they are inclined to / By damning those they have no mind to.
*: his pomp and all what state compounds
*: This problem is compounded when these studies compare data from the small convenience samples of gay parenting with data on heterosexual parenting
: to amalgamate two races; to amalgamate one race with another
*: Ingratitude is indeed their four cardinal virtues compacted and amalgamated into one.
*: They that reap must sheaf and bind.
: Just to make the cheese more binding
*: clay binds by heat.
: I wish I knew why the sewing machine binds up after I use it for a while.
: These are the ties that bind.
: to bind grain in bundles; to bind a prisoner.
: Gravity binds the planets to the sun.
: Frost binds the earth.
*: He bindeth the floods from overflowing.
*: Whom Satan hath bound, lo, these eighteen years.
: to bind the conscience; to bind by kindness; bound by affection; commerce binds nations to each other.
*: Who made our laws to bind us, not himself.
: to bind an apprentice; bound out to service
: to bind a belt about one
: to bind a compress upon a wound.
: to bind up a wound.
: certain drugs bind the bowels.
: The three novels were bound together.
*: We bind the variable
n to the value
*: You can bind an identifier to an object of a derived type, as you did earlier when you bound a string to an identifier of type
: the Maróczy Bind
: One can meld copper and zinc together to form brass.
: Much as Americas motto celebrates melding many into one, South Africas says that it doesnt matter what you look like — we can all be proud of our young country. - The New York Times, 26/02/2007 [http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/27/world/africa/27safrica.html?_r=1&oref=login]
: to knit a stocking
: The first generation knitted to order; the second still knits for its own use; the next leaves knitting to industrial manufacturers.
: The fight for survival knitted the men closely together.
*: Nature cannot knit the bones while the parts are under a discharge.
*: Thy merit hath my duty strongly knit.
*: Come, knit hands, and beat the ground, / In a light fantastic round.
*: A link among the days, to knit / The generations each to each.
: All those seedlings knitted into a kaleidoscopic border.
: The witness knitted his testimony from contradictory pieces of hearsay.
: I’ll go skiing again after my bones knit.
*: a great sheet knit at the four corners
*: When your head did but ache, / I knit my handkercher about your brows.
*: He knits his brow and shows an angry eye.
: He is an associate editor.
: He is an associate member of the club.
: associate motions: those that occur sympathetically, in consequence of preceding motions
: rfquotek|E. Darwin
: ux|en|She associates with her coworkers on weekends.
*: As a political system democracy seems to me extraordinarily foolish,nb.... My servant is, so far as I am concerned, welcome to as many votes as he can get....I do not suppose that it matters much in reality whether laws are made by dukes or cornerboys, but I like, as far as possible, to associate with gentlemen in private life.
: ux|en|particles of gold associated with other substances
*: I always somehow associate Chatterton with autumn.
*: He succeeded in associating his name inseparably with some names which will last as long as our language.
*: Friends should associate friends in grief and woe.
: Headquarters merged the operations of the three divisions.
*: to merge all natural ... sentiment in inordinate vanity
*: Whig and Tory were merged and swallowed up in the transcendent duties of patriots.
: The two companies merged.
: The lanes of traffic merged.rfc|sort synonyms by senses
: There are often accidents at that traffic merge.
: He consolidated his luggage into a single large bag.
*: A gentleman [should learn to ride] while he is tender and the brawns and sinews of his thighs not fully consolidate.----
: ux|en|The evidence implicates involvement of top management in the scheme.
: ux|en|What did Nixons visit to China implicate for Russia?