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anlamlı bir şekilde
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{i} manâ Her rengin bir manası var. - Every colour has a meaning.
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anlam Sevgisiz yaşamın hiç anlamı yoktur. - Life without love has no meaning at all.
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{s} anlamlı Tatoeba'da kaç tane anlamlı cümle var? - How many meaningful sentences can Tatoeba contain?
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{s} niyetli
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içerik
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{i} anlam, mana
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{s} manâlı
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(sıfat) anlamlı
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anlamına gelen Orijinalde "su kuyusu" anlamına gelen "hutong" sözcüğü, Moğol dilinden yaklaşık 700 yıl önce gelmiştir. - The term "hutong", originally meaning "water well", came from the Mongolian language about 700 years ago.
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anlamına gelerek
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anlamında Bir kelimenin anlamından emin değilsen, sözlüğe bak. - If you are not sure about the meaning of the word, look it up in your dictionary.
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manidar
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{i} kasıt
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önem
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{f} anlamına gel Orijinalde "su kuyusu" anlamına gelen "hutong" sözcüğü, Moğol dilinden yaklaşık 700 yıl önce gelmiştir. - The term "hutong", originally meaning "water well", came from the Mongolian language about 700 years ago.
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anlamı Hiç kimse yaşamın anlamının ne olduğunu yanıtlayamaz; bu soru insanlık öncesine dayanıyor. - No one man can answer what's the meaning of life; this question stands before all mankind.
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leksikoloji
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kasıtlı
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anlamlı
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maksatll
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(İnşaat) mana, anlam
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düşün/kastet/ifade et
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{i} amaç O sızıntıyı gidermeyi amaçlıyorum. - I've been meaning to fix that leak.
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boş
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abes
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değer
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meaninglymanalı manal
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önemç meaningful sç anlamlı
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manasız
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meaninglessanlamsız
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{s} anlamlı, manalı
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in a meaningful manner; so as to be meaningful; "He glanced at her meaningfully
in a meaningful manner; so as to be meaningful; "He glanced at her meaningfully"
You use meaningfully to indicate that someone has deliberately chosen their words in order to express something in a way which is not obvious but which is understood by the person they are talking to. `I have a knack for making friends, you know,' she added meaningfully see also meaningful
In a meaningful manner
significantly, in a manner that is full of meaning; in an expressive way
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The objects or concept that a word or phrase denotes, or that which a sentence says
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The meaning of what someone says or of something such as a book or film is the thoughts or ideas that are intended to be expressed by it. Unsure of the meaning of this remark, Ryle chose to remain silent = significance
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{n} an intention, design, prupose, sense
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{s} having much significance; significant, important
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{i} definition; significance; intention; explanation
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That which is meant or intended; intent; purpose; aim; object; as, a mischievous meaning was apparent
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That which is signified, whether by act lanquage; signification; sense; import; as, the meaning of a hint
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the idea that is intended; "What is the meaning of this (Atasözü)?"
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The definition or connotation of a word
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present participle of mean
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significance
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The symbolic value of something
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The significance of a thing, as "the meaning of life"
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Sense; power of thinking
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If an activity or action has meaning, it has a purpose and is worthwhile. Art has real meaning when it helps people to understand themselves. a challenge that gives meaning to life
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The meaning of a word, expression, or gesture is the thing or idea that it refers to or represents and which can be explained using other words. I hadn't a clue to the meaning of `activism' I became more aware of the symbols and their meanings
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the message that is intended or expressed or signified; "what is the meaning of this sentence"; "the significance of a red traffic light"; "the signification of Chinese characters"; "the import of his announcement was ambigtuous
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emphasis If you mention something and say that someone doesn't know the meaning of the word, you are emphasizing that they have never experienced the thing mentioned or do not have the quality mentioned. Don't mention failure when Kevin is around. He doesn't know the meaning of the word. In philosophy and linguistics, the sense of a linguistic expression, sometimes understood in contrast to its referent. For example, the expressions "the morning star" and "the evening star" have different meanings, though their referent (Venus) is the same. Some expressions have meanings but no referents ("the present king of France") or referents but no meanings ("that"). The literal or conventional meaning of an expression may differ from what a speaker of that expression means by uttering it on a particular occasion; this is the case with similes, statements uttered ironically, and statements that convey various "conversational implicatures," as in the following examples: "She entered the house and shot him" implicates that she shot him in the house after she entered it, though this is not part of the sentence's literal meaning; "John has three sons" implicates that John has no more than three sons, though again the sentence does not literally say this. Other non-literal aspects of meaning include the potential for carrying out various "speech acts" (see speech act theory); e.g., uttered in the appropriate circumstances, the sentence "I christen thee the Joseph Stalin," constitutes the act of naming a ship, and the sentence "I am cold" constitutes a request to close the window. See also pragmatics; semantics
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rich in significance or implication; "a meaning look"; "pregnant with meaning"
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(all words in bold type are defined in this glossary)
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what is meant by, or the significance or importance of, a word, sentence or event
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the thing, action, feeling, idea etc that a word or words represent
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The third strand in the spiral image It represents the ability to put narrative labels on experience to make sense out of it
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lies in the relationship between a person and his or her world of objects
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The value of a memory set associated with a set of signals
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the idea that is intended; "What is the meaning of this (Atasözü)?" the message that is intended or expressed or signified; "what is the meaning of this sentence"; "the significance of a red traffic light"; "the signification of Chinese characters"; "the import of his announcement was ambigtuous
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Interesting and exciting to learners
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A master's degree in arts and sciences
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1 Referential meaning: Allusion to particular items of knowledge outside the film which the viewer is expected to recognize 2 Explicit meaning: Significance presented overtly, usually in language and often near the film’s beginning or end 3 Implicit meaning: Significance left tacit, for the viewer to discover upon analysis or reflection 4 Symptomatic meaning: Significance which the film divulges, often "against its will," by virtue of its historical or social context
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purpose, intended message
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it is often helpful to distinguish the Sinn (or meaning) of a word or expression from its Bedeutung (or reference) The two expressions ''Morning Star'' and ''Evening Star'' mean something quite different (as different as day and night or, at least, dawn and dusk); they, however, refer to the same planet: Venus
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{s} significant, full of meaning; of value, special; able to be defined (Logic)
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If you describe something as meaningful, you mean that it is serious, important, or useful in some way. She believes these talks will be the start of a constructive and meaningful dialogue He asked people to tell him about a meaningful event or period in their lives
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A meaningful look or gesture is one that is intended to express something, usually to a particular person, without anything being said. Upon the utterance of this word, Dan and Harry exchanged a quick, meaningful look. + meaningfully mean·ing·ful·ly He glanced meaningfully at the other policeman, then he went up the stairs see also meaningfully
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having a meaning or purpose; "a meaningful explanation"; "a meaningful discussion"; "a meaningful pause
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Having meaning, significant
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