1. Am kaappi, komero



liinavaatekaappi, koju, kioski, koppi, kammio, kamari, vaatekaappi, vaatehuone, vaatekomero, huone, kaappi, komero.

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morseaakkoset, sokeainaakkoset, nokoset, apposet, parihevoset...

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Englannin sanakirja

closet (englanti > suomi)

  1. kaappi, komero

  2. kamari, koppi

  3. kaappi

closet englanniksi

  1. puhekieltä any Any private area, particularly bowers in the open air.

  2. (c.) Robert Cicyle, l. 57 f.:

  3. A sleep slepe him hym took toke
    In his hys closet.
  4. puhekieltä any Any private or inner room, particularly:

  5. Goldsmith

  6. a chair-lumbered closet, just twelve feet by nine
  7. puhekieltä A private room used by women to groom and dress themselves.

  8. 1530, John Palsgrave, Lesclarcissement, p. 206:

  9. closet Closet for a lady to make her ready redy in, chamberette.
  10. puhekieltä A private room used for prayer or other devotions.

  11. w:Bible Bible (w:King James Version|KJV), w:Book of Matthew|Matthew, 6:6:

  12. When thou prayest, enter into thy closet.
  13. puhekieltä A place of (usually fanciful) contemplation and theorizing.

  14. (a.) w:Robert Hooker|Robert Hooker, Of Lawes Eccl. and Politie, Ch. vii, (nowrap)

  15. ...abroad and at home, at their Tables or in their closet Closets...
  16. puhekieltä The private residence or private council chamber of a monarch.

  17. puhekieltä A pew or side-chapel reserved for a monarch or other feudal lord.

  18. (c.) Sir Gawain & the Green Knight, §I, 934 ff.:

  19. chaplains Chaplayneȝ to the þe chapels chapeles choose chosen the þe gate...
    the Þe lorde loutes thereto þerto, & the þe lady also als,
    into In-to a comely comly closet coyntly ho enters entreȝ.
    closet Closet, chapelle.
  20. A private cabinet, particularly:

  21. puhekieltä One used to store valuables.

  22. 1599, w:William Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, w:Julius_Caesar_(play) The Tragedie of Iulius Cæsar, Act III, Scene ii, l. 130:

  23. But here heere's a Parchment... I found it in his closet Closset, 'tis his Will.
  24. puhekieltä One used to store curiosities.

  25. *1659, Elias Ashmole, Diary, p. 326:

  26. Mr. Tradescant and his wife told me they had been long considering upon whom to bestow their closet of curiosities when they died.
  27. 1681, Marquis of Halifax, Seasonable Addresses to the Houses of Parliament in Concise Succession, p. 10:

  28. The late House of Commons have... seized|seiz'd closet Closets and Writings without information Information.
  29. puhekieltä One used to store food or other household supplies: a cupboard.

  30. 1799 May 17, w:Jane Austen|Jane Austen, letter:

  31. A closet Closet full of shelves... it... should therefore be called a cupboard Cupboard rather than a closet Closet.
  32. puhekieltä A secret or hiding place, particularly the hiding place in English idioms such as (m) and (m).

  33. *1530, Myroure of Oure Ladye, Ch. ii, p. 233:

  34. Went the sonne of god oute of the privy pryuy closet of the maiden mayden's|s wombe.

    The closet can be a scary place for a gay teenager.

  35. puhekieltä any Any small room or side-room, particularly:

  36. puhekieltä One intended for storing clothes or bedclothes.

  37. puhekieltä (short for) or later puhekieltä water closet: a room containing a toilet.

  38. puhekieltä An ordinary similar to a bar but half as broad.

  39. *1572, J. Bossewell, Wks. Armorie, p. 12:

  40. A closet Closset is the halfe of the bar Barre, and tenne of them may maie be borne in one fielde.
  41. puhekieltä A sewer.

  42. puhekieltä private Private.

  43. secret Secret, particularly with reference to secret homosexuals (m).

  44. Hes a closet case|closet case.''

  45. (quote-book)

  46. puhekieltä To shut away for private discussion.

  47. The ambassador has been closeted with the prime minister all afternoon. Were all worried what will be announced when they exit.''

  48. puhekieltä To put into a private place for a secret interview or interrogation.

  49. (rfdat) (w)

  50. He was to call a new legislature, to closet its members.
    He had been closeted with De Quadra.
  51. puhekieltä To shut up in, or as in, a closet for concealment or confinement.

  52. 1784, (w), Tirocinium, or A Review of Schools,

  53. See what contempt is fallen on human kind; (..) See Bedlam's closeted and handcuff'd charge / Surpass'd in frenzy by the mad at large;
  54. 1992, (w), w:Jazz (novel)|Jazz, p. 55,

  55. (..) she had to look twice over her shoulder when the Gay Northeasters and the City Belles strolled down Seventh Avenue, they were so handsome. But this envy-streaked pleasure Alice closeted, and never let the girl see how she admired those ready-for-bed-in-the-street clothes.
  56. small enclosed area, such as a field or a paddock

  57. toilet, latrine, bathroom

  58. English closet

  59. puhekieltä (inflection of)