1. rappeutua

  2. degeneroitua, rappeutua (lajin geeneistä)

Liittyvät sanat: degeneration



moraaliton, irstas, immoraalinen, kevytmielinen, huikenteleva, elosteleva, paheellinen, hurjasteleva, kevytkenkäinen, fetisisti, masokisti, nymfomaani, nymfo, perverssi, pervertikko, pervertti, poikkeava henkilö, poikkeava, pervo.

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degenerate (englanti > suomi)

  1. degeneroitua

  2. degeneroida

degenerate englanniksi

  1. puhekieltä Having deteriorated, degraded or fallen from normal, coherent, balanced and desire desirable to undesirable and typically abnormal.

  2. (rfdate) (w)

  3. faint-hearted and degenerate king
    degenerate from their ancient blood
  4. {{quote-magazine|date=2013-03

  5. puhekieltä Having lost good or desirable qualities.

  6. puhekieltä Having multiple domain elements correspond to one element of the range.

  7. ''The genetic code is degenerate because a single amino acid can be coded by one of several codon codons.

  8. puhekieltä A degenerate case is a limiting case in which a class of object changes its nature so as to belong to another, usually simpler, class.

  9. puhekieltä Having the same quantum energy level.

  10. One is degenerate, who has fallen from previous stature.

  11. In the cult of degenerates, acts of decency, kindness and modesty could be seen as acts of apostasy.

  12. puhekieltä To lose good or desirable quality qualities.

  13. His condition continued to degenerate even after admission to hospital.

  14. 1870, Shirley Hibberd, Rustic Adornments for Homes of Taste (page 170)

  15. Another bird quickly learned to imitate the song of a canary that was mated with it, but as the parrakeet improved in the performance the canary degenerated, and came at last to mingle the other bird's harsh chitterings with its own proper music.
  16. puhekieltä To cause to lose good or desirable quality qualities.

  17. (feminine plural of)

  18. (monikko) degenerata|lang=it

  19. (inflection of)