English - Turkish

  1. makyaj (makeup)
  2. yapılış (makeup)
  3. makyajsız (makeup)
  4. tertip (makeup)
  5. karakter (makeup)
  6. sayfa düzeni Matbaacılık, Basımcılık (makeup)
  7. karakter, özyapı; yaradılış isim (makeup)
  8. yüze düzgün sürme (makeup)
  9. bütünleme sınav (makeup)
  10. k.dili. bütünleme, ikmal, bütünleme sınavı isim (makeup)
  11. mizanpaj (makeup)
  12. matb. mizanpaj, sayfa düzeni isim (makeup)

English - English

  1. An item's composition - "To understand how a nuclear reactor works, we must first look at its makeup." (makeup)
  2. Cosmetics; colorants and other substances applied to the skin to improve its appearance - "She is wearing a lot of makeup." (makeup)
  3. face (Makeup)
  4. cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance (makeup)
  5. the way in which someone or something is composed (makeup)
  6. an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later" (makeup)
  7. Azrir Asbagh (makeup)
  8. An items composition (makeup)
  9. In composition, the arrangement of lines of type and illustrations into page form to top (makeup)
  10. cosmetics; structure; composition; arrangement; disposition, temperament of a person; exam given to a student who missed or failed the first exam isim (makeup)
  11. The way in which the parts of anything are put together; often, the way in which an actor is dressed, painted, etc (makeup)
  12. cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later (makeup)
  13. In the performing arts, material used by actors for cosmetic purposes and to help create the characters they play. Not needed in Greek and Roman theatre because of the use of masks, makeup was used in the religious plays of medieval Europe, in which the angels' faces were painted red and those of God and Christ white or gold. In Elizabethan England, crude makeup methods included powdering the face with chalk (to play ghosts and murderers) or blackening it with burnt cork (to play Moors). As stage lighting improved in the 19th century, theatrical makeup became more artistic; stick greasepaint, invented by Ludwig Leichner in the 1860s, enabled actors to create more subtle characterizations. Stage makeup proved too heavy for motion pictures; in 1910 Max Factor created semiliquid greasepaint makeup suitable for early filmmaking, and in 1928 he created panchromatic makeup to keep pace with the development of incandescent lighting and more sensitive film. Makeup was later further modified for colour filmmaking and for television. See also cosmetics (makeup)
  14. Lipstick, eyeliner, blush, etc , which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "cheap " (makeup)
  15. The process of arranging type and graphics on a page, called page makeup (makeup)
  16. Lipstick, eyeliner, blush,etc which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "like a tramp " (makeup)
  17. Lipstick, eyeliner, blush, etc which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "like a tramp " (makeup)
  18. in personating a character (makeup)

Add a comment

About This Word