advent

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Hikaye gizemli bir macera etrafında gelişiyor. - The story revolves around a mysterious adventure.

Kabile arabulucunun gelişi hakkında memnun değildi. - The tribe wasn't delighted about the advent of the peacemaker.

Bir şeyin gelişi , ortaya çıkışı

1. The advent of revolution. 2. The advent of technology.

varis
{i} gelme
{i} noel öncesi dört hafta
{i} İsa'nın görünmesi
{i} gelip çatma
(Askeri) ADVENT UYDUSU: 24 saatlik bir ekvator yörüngesinde uydu repetörlerden faydalanarak ani mikrodalga haberleşme imkanı sağlayan bir muhabere uydusu
(Askeri) advent uydusu
ısa'nın görünmesi
arrival, advent
varis, Advent
with the advent of
ortaya çıkması ile
with the advent of
Advent ile
İngilizce - İngilizce
The first or the expected second coming of Christ
The period or season of the Christian church year between Advent Sunday and Christmas
Coming; coming to; approach; arrival

At the period just preceding the advent of Bartleby, I had two persons as copyists in my employment, and a promising lad as an office-boy.

the coming or arrival, as of any important change, event, state, or personage
{n} four weeks before Christmas, a coming
From the Latin word "adventus" or coming: A period of time before Christmas, beginning on the Sunday closest to NOV-30 when the birth of Jesus is recalled Advent candles are often lit
From Lat adventus, 'coming', i e the Coming of Christ In the Western liturgical calendar, the period preceding Christmas, starting on the Sunday nearest to the Feast of St Andrew on 30 Nov This means that there are always four Sundays in Advent (some years, the fourth Sunday falls on Christmas Eve) The new Ecclesiastical year starts on the first Sunday of Advent It is a solemn season, and formerly it was a time of fasting Today, most elements of fast have disappeared, but the liturgy is still more austere than at other times, and decorations in the church is kept to a minimum The liturgical vestments are purple, with the exception of the third Sunday of Advent ('Gaudete'), when rose-coloured vestments may be worn Gloria is omitted in the Roman Missal
The four weeks just before Christmas A time set aside to get ready for the coming of Christ
From the Latin advenire: "to arrive " Advent is the first season of the Church year Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends Christmas day The color of Advent is usually purple--though blue is used as well
In the liturgical year, Advent is the four week period ending on December 25, Christmas Day It was a time for penance and reflection Advent actually opens the liturgical year, appropriately as a time of waiting for the coming of the savior The prayers during this time reference the waiting of the Israelites with citations from the prophets such as Isaiah (Is 30: 30) "People of Sion, behold the Lord shall come to save the nations " [Chapter 89]
the time of preparation immediately before Christmas The first day of Advent is the Sunday nearest to St Andrew's Day (30 November)
A period of four weeks prior to Christmas It has a twofold theme: preparing for the Second Coming of Christ and preparing for the celebration of the birth of Jesus
The first season of the church's liturgical year, beginning on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ending with the first eucharist of Christmas
From the Latin: Adventus: "Coming " Advent is the first season of the Church year Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on Christmas day The color of Advent is traditionally purple, marking the preparational aspects of the season In Advent we prepare for our Lord's coming in three ways: at Christmas; for his coming into our hearts; and for his coming again at the end of time
time of preparation leading up to Christmas
(Christian theology) the reappearance of Jesus as judge for the Last Judgment
{i} coming of Christ; four week period before Christmas
A coming or arrival Anticipating the birth of Christ
The season at the beginning of the Church calendar which leads up to Christmas Advent begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas
the season of the church year that starts on the 4th Sunday before Christmas and ends on Christmas Day This season also is supposed to prepare for Christ’s Second Coming (BCP pp 159 – 160, 211 - 212)
The beginning of the church year Starts on the Sunday nearest November 30th (St Andrew's day) until Christmas Advent is from the Latin meaning coming or arrival
Christian religious observance which takes place in the four weeks immediately preceding Christmas
In the Christian church, Advent is the period between Advent Sunday, the Sunday closest to the 30th of November, and Christmas Day. The advent of an important event, invention, or situation is the fact of it starting or coming into existence. the leap forward in communication made possible by the advent of the mobile phone. the period of four weeks before Christmas in the Christian religion. the advent of sth the time when something first begins to be widely used (adventus , from advenire; ADVENTURE). In the Christian calendar, the first season of the church year, a period of preparation for the birth of Jesus. Advent begins on the Sunday nearest to November 30 and continues until Christmas. Viewed as a penitential season, it is also considered a time of preparation for the Second Coming of Christ. The origin of Advent is unknown, but it was observed as early as the 6th century. In many countries it is celebrated with popular customs such as the lighting of Advent candles
the period between Advent Sunday and Christmas, from latin adventus = arrival
the season of the church year immediately prior to Christmas beginning with the fourth Sunday before Christmas; also the entire Christmas season
Christian religious observance which takes place in the four weeks immediately preceeding Christmas
The beginning of the Church Year and the four weeks leading up to and concluding with Christmas (the entire Christmas season)
the preliminary to Christmas, beginning on the Sunday closest to 30th November
The four week (+/-) period leading up to the feast of Christmas, beginning on the fourth Sunday before the feast It is a time of reflection on baptism and penitence in preparation to celebrate Christ's birth
the liturgical season preparing for Christmas, the feast day which celebrates the coming of Christ
the season including the four Sundays preceding Christmas
Coming; any important arrival; approach
The period including the four Sundays before Christmas
arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous); "the advent of the computer"
arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous); "the advent of the computer" the season including the four Sundays preceding Christmas
{i} entrance; coming, arrival; appearance
Advent Sunday
A Sunday, the first day of Advent, 30 November (St Andrew's day) or the nearest Sunday to it
Advent Sunday
The fourth Sunday before Christmas Day, the start of Advent
Advent calendar
A calendar used to count down the days of Advent, having windows revealing a hidden picture or gift on each day
Advent calendars
plural form of Advent calendar
Advent Sunday
The first Sunday of Advent in Western Christianity
Advent calendar
a picture on thick paper which has parts like doors with smaller pictures behind them. You open one door each day in December until Christmas
advent sunday
the first of the four Sundays during Advent
Second Advent
another name for the Second Coming
Second Advent
(Christianity) return of Jesus to earth to judge the living and the dead, Second Coming, Parousia
advents
plural of advent
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