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maata sairaanabe down
aurinkosynkroninen (maata kiertävän satelliitin rata jolla oleva satelliitti ylittää saman kohdan aina samaan paikalliseen aikaan)sun synchronous
elliptisen radan maata lähinnä oleva pisteperigeum
ennustaminen heittämällä maata vedenpintaangeomancy
euro-atlanttinen kumppanuusneuvosto - jäseniä yhteensä 46 - 19 NATO-maata ja 27 rauhankumppanimaata (Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council)eapc
geotiede, planeetta Maata tutkiva tiedegeoscience
IFOR-operaatiota jatkava NATOn johtama monikansallinen Bosnian kriisinhallintaoperaatio - mukana NATO-maiden lisäksi 18 NATOon kuulumatonta maata (kuten Suomi) - alkoi joulukuussa 1996 (NATO´s Stabilization Force in Bosnia)sfor
ilmaantua, saapua, ilmestyä, ilmetä, löytää, löytyä, kääntää, kääntää maata, saada selville, siintää, kuultaa, nousta, putkahtaa, sukeltaaturn up
jäytää, heikentää, sabotoida, tuhota, kaivaa maata jonkin altaundermine
kaivaa maatabreak ground
kaivaa maata jonkun altaunder mine
kaivaa, kaivella, penkoa, kääntää maatadelve
käydä makuulle, laskeutua pitkälleen, panna maata, oikaistalie down
kiertää maatacircles the earth
kiertoradan maata lähinnä oleva piste (kohta planeetan radalla josta on lyhyin etäisyys maahan)perigee
kumota, peruuttaa, mitätöidä, olla tunnustamatta maata, poistaarevoke
kuopia maatapaw the ground
lojua, loikoilla, maata; kallistaa/kallistua taaksepäin, nojatarecline
maapalloa koskeva, maanpäällinen, maallinen, (kuivaa) maata koskeva, maa-terrestrial
maata(to) lie (down); lay
maata jonkun kanssa, rakastella jonkun kanssasleep with
maata näkyvissäland ho
maata omistavaland owning
maata sairaana, olla vuoteen omanabe laid up
maata, valehdellalie
maaton, maata omistamatonlandless
muokata maatatill the soil
NATOn johtama monikansallinen Bosnian kriisinhallintajoukko - mukana NATO-maiden lisäksi 18 NATOon kuulumatonta maata (kuten Suomi) - alkoi joulukuussa 1995 ja päättyi joulukuussa 1996 - työtä jatkoi SFOR (NATO´s Implementation Force in Bosnia)ifor
olla aivan eri maata, olla tyystin erilaiset; olla aivan eri mieltäbe poles apart
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