English - Turkish

  1. simge
  2. amblem
  3. arma
  4. sembol
  5. belirtke
  6. temsili resim
  7. kişileştirme
  8. sancak
  9. amblemle temsil etmek
  10. amblem simge
  11. ÜSTÜN BAŞARILI BİRLİK SEMBOLÜ: Bazı birlik nişanları ile taltif edilmiş olan birliklere mensup şahısların üniformalarına taktıkları nişan. Bu semboller, yalnız aşağıdaki birlik nişanları için takılır. Birlik Temayüz Nişanı (Distinguished Unit Citation), Cumhurbaşkanlığı Birlik Savaş Nişanı (President Unit Citation), Birlik Değerli Hizmet Nişanı (Meritorius Unit Commendation), Deniz Kuvvetleri Değerli Hizmet Nişanı (Navy Unit Commendation) vesaire gibi Askeri
  12. sembolik şekilde (emblematically)
  13. sembolik olarak (emblematically)
  14. amblemler Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim (emblems)

English - English

  1. A representative symbol, such as a trademark or logo - "The trucks were emblazoned with the emblem of the Red Cross and were not supposed to be targeted."
  2. Something which represents a larger whole - "The rampant poverty in the ethnic slums was just an emblem of the group's disenfranchisement by the society as a whole."
  3. To represent by an emblem; to symbolize
  4. A nonverbal cue or act that can take the place of words
  5. In 1920, at the St Paul National Convention, a committee was appointed to "select an emblem typifying the emergence of women in the business world, with vision and courage for unlimited possibilities and growth in an organization for business and professional women " The elements of the BPW emblem are Nike, a torch, a wand, a ship of commerce and a scroll of achievement within a golden circle representing the globe
  6. A picture accompanied with a motto, a set of verse, or the like, intended as a moral lesson or meditation
  7. symbol, representation, insignia, logo isim
  8. Inlay; inlaid or mosaic work; something ornamental inserted in a surface
  9. intended to represent a family, person, action or quality, usually with a suitable motto
  10. A visible sign of an idea; an object, or the figure of an object, symbolizing and suggesting another object, or an idea, by natural aptness or by association; a figurative representation; a typical designation; a symbol; as, a balance is an emblem of justice; a scepter, the emblem of sovereignty or power; a circle, the emblem of eternity
  11. Embroidered design with a finished edge, commonly an insignia Also known as a crest or patch The finished emblem is frequently attached to goods by sewing or heat seal
  12. A decorative piece piece attached to the vehicle Examples include the pieces which spell out the vehicle's name and model
  13. special design or visual object representing a quality, type, group, etc
  14. An emblem is something that represents a quality or idea. The eagle was an emblem of strength and courage. = symbol
  15. An emblem is a design representing a country or organization. the emblem of the Soviet Union. the Red Cross emblem
  16. The logo on a bowling ball, usually signifying the heaviest part of the ball
  17. a visible symbol representing an abstract idea
  18. is a picture with a hidden meaning, the meaning is "cast into" or "inserted in" the visible device Thus, a balance is an emblem of justice, white of purity, a sceptre of sovereignty (Greek, en-ballo, which gives the Greek emblema ) (See Apostles, Patron Saints ) Some of the most common and simple emblems of the Christian Church are - A chalice The eucharist The circle inscribed in an equilateral triangle To denote the co-equality and co-eternity of the Trinity A cross The Christian's life and conflict; the death of Christ for man's redemption A crown The reward of the perseverance of the saints A dove The Holy Ghost A hand from the clouds To denote God the Father A lamb, fish, pelican, etc , etc The Lord Jesus Christ A phoenix The resurrection
  19. — Embroidered design with a finished edge, commonly an insignia of identification, usually worn on outer clothing Historically, an emblem carried a motto or verse or suggested a moral lesson Also known as a crest or patch
  20. A nonverbal symbol that can be substituted for a word
  21. Embroidered design with a finished edge, commonly an insignia of identification, usually worn on outer clothing Historically, an emblem carried a motto or verse or suggested a moral lesson Also known as a crest or patch
  22. Embroidered design with a finished edge, commonly an insignia of identification, usually worn on outer clothing Also known as a crest or patch
  23. symbolically, in the manner of serving as an emblem (emblematically)
  24. plural of emblem (emblems)
  25. nonverbal cues that directly translate words or phrases (emblems)
  26. Literally symbols or tokens The word is used to refer to the bread and the wine that are shared at the {Lord's Evening Meal} They represent Jesus' body and blood respectively <<Having discussed the background for this joyful occasion, it is now time to pass the emblems >> (emblems)
  27. of South Australia see SAPP 2002 Project (emblems)

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    Etymology: [ 'em-bl&m ] (noun.) 15th century. Old French embleme Latin emblema (“raised ornaments on vessels, tessellated work, mosaic”) Ancient Greek ἔμβλημα (emblema, “an insertion”) ἔμβάλλειν (emballein, “to put in, to lay on”).
    Synonyms: adumbration, arms, attribute, badge, banner, betoken, brand, character, coat of arms, colophon, colors, design, device, figure, flag, hallmark, identification, image, impress, insignia
    Tenses: emblems, embleming, emblemed
    Word of the day: bathyscaph