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الإنجليزية - التركية

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animal
hayvan

Bu hayvanın adını biliyorum. - I know the name of this animal.

İnsan gülebilen tek hayvandır. - Man is the only animal that can laugh.

animate
{f} canlandırmak
animal
hayvansal

Veganlar günlük yaşamlarında, hayvansal ürünler, ya da yan ürünler kullanmazlar. - Vegans do not use animal products, or by-products, in their everyday lives.

Sadece hayvansal ürünler kolesterol içerir. - Only animal products contain cholesterol.

animal
(Tıp) zihin veya irade ile ilgili
animal
hayvanlara ait hayvani diriksel
animal
(Tıp) Havyanla ilgili, hayvana ait, hayvani
animal
hayvanlarla ilgili

Oğlum hayvanlarla ilgili kitaplardan hoşlanır. - My son likes books about animals.

Hayvanlarla ilgili bir şarkı söyleyelim. - Let's sing a song about animals.

animal
(Tıp) Kaba cismani, nefisle ilgili, bedeni
animal
(Tıp) Hayvan (canlı varlıkların iradi hareket ve duyarlık özelliği taşıyan grubu)
animal
animal magnetism çekicilik
animal
(isim) hayvan
animal
animal heat vücut sıcaklığı
animal
animal husbandry hayvancılık
animals
anatomi
animal
hayvani
animal
diriksel
animal
hayvanca
animal
(Tıp) animal
animate
(Bilgisayar) animasyon ekle
animate
canlılık kazandırmak
animate
can vermek
animate
(Bilgisayar) oynat
animate
(Sanat) canlılık vermek
animate
hayat bulmak
animation
{i} çizgi film yapma
animation
hareket
animal
vücutla ilgili
animal
kaba kişi
animal
bedensel
animate
canlı
animate
yaşayan
animate
{f} canlandır

Askerler şarkıyla canlandırıldı. - The soldiers were animated by the song.

Arı Maya bir Polonya çizgi filmi değil, bunu biliyor musun? Almanya'da yazılmış, Japonya'da canlandırılmış ve Polonya diline tercüme edilmiştir. - Maya the Bee isn't a Polish cartoon, you know that? It was written in Germany, animated in Japan, and was translated into the Polish language.

animate
heyecan katmak
animated
hareketli

O hareketli çizgi filmden ilham almış olacak. - He will have gotten the inspiration from that animated cartoon.

animated
canlı
animated
{f} canlandır

Arı Maya bir Polonya çizgi filmi değil, bunu biliyor musun? Almanya'da yazılmış, Japonya'da canlandırılmış ve Polonya diline tercüme edilmiştir. - Maya the Bee isn't a Polish cartoon, you know that? It was written in Germany, animated in Japan, and was translated into the Polish language.

Onun görünmesi partiyi canlandırdı. - His appearance animated the party.

animating
{i} canlandıran
animating
{f} canlandır
animation
yaşam
animation
canlılık
animation
ruh
animato
animato
Animation
canlandırma
animals
hayvanla
animals
behâim
animals
hayvanlar

Oksijensiz bütün hayvanlar uzun zaman önce gözden kaybolurdu. - Without oxygen, all animals would have disappeared long ago.

Tüm atlar hayvandır ama tüm hayvanlar at değildir. - All horses are animals, but not all animals are horses.

animals
hayvanları
animate
canlandir
animation
animasyon

Latin Amerika'da Japon animasyonunu seven bir sürü insan var. - There are many people that like Japanese animation in Latin America.

animate
ihya etmek
animate
neşelendirmek
animate
{s} neşeli
animate
{s} hareketli

O hareketli çizgi filmden ilham almış olacak. - He will have gotten the inspiration from that animated cartoon.

animate
hareketlendirmek
animate
hayatiyet kazandırmak
animate
diriltmek
animate
hayat dolu
animate
anime etmek
animate
(to) Canlandır (mak)
animate
miki filmi
animate
hayat vermek
animate
animated cartoon canlı resimlerden ibaret kısa filim
animate
animate canlı
animate
canlandırmak Şevklendirmek
animate
canlandır,v.canlandır: adj.canlı
animated
neşeli
animated
canlandırılmış

Arı Maya bir Polonya çizgi filmi değil, bunu biliyor musun? Almanya'da yazılmış, Japonya'da canlandırılmış ve Polonya diline tercüme edilmiştir. - Maya the Bee isn't a Polish cartoon, you know that? It was written in Germany, animated in Japan, and was translated into the Polish language.

animated
hayat dolu
animated
anime edilmiş
animation
{i} heyecan
animation
{i} şevk
animation
canlılık/canlandırma
animation
hayatiyet şevk
animation
(Tıp) Canlılık, hayatiyet, zindelik
animato
canlı olarak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
All unmanifested matter which make up the astral and etheric worlds Known as anti-matter on the physical plane Counterpart to the atom
animato
fountains, a city in the mountains of Judah (Josh 15: 50), now el-Ghuwein, near Eshtemoh, about 10 miles south-west of Hebron
animal
Raw, base, unhindered by social codes

animal passions.

animal
Pertaining to the spirit or soul; relating to sensation or innervation
animal
A person of a particular type

a political animal.

animal
In scientific usage, a multicellular organism that is usually mobile, whose cells are not encased in a rigid cell wall (distinguishing it from plants and fungi) and which derives energy solely from the consumption of other organisms (distinguishing it from plants)

Humans are also animals, under the scientific definition, as we are not plants.

animal
In non-scientific usage, any land-living vertebrate (i.e. not birds, fishes, insects etc)
animal
Excellent
animal
A person who behaves wildly

My students are animals.

animal
Of or relating to animals

animal instincts.

animate
To impart motion or the appearance of motion to

If we animate the model, we can see the complexity of the action.

animate
Possessing the quality or ability of motion
animate
Inflected to agree with an animate noun or pronoun
animate
Having a referent that includes a human or animal

The English pronouns he and she are animate, while it is inanimate.

animated
Simple past tense and past participle of animate
animated
Endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous. Typically used in an animated discussion
animation
The technique of making inanimate objects or drawings appear to move in motion pictures or computer graphics
animation
conversion from the inanimate to animate grammatical category

The constraints are not so hard and fast that exceptional sentences do not occur. In particular animation and disanimation can temporarily suspend the system..

animation
The condition of being animate or alive

Perhaps an inanimate thing supplies me, while I am speaking, with whatever I possess of animation. --Landor.

animal
bestial
animate
to make alive
animal
{n} a being with an organized body, endowed with life, sensation and spontaneous motion
animate
{a} alive, living, possessing animal life
animate
{v} to give life, stir up, incite, enliven
animated
{a} enlivened, moved, psirited, lively
animation
{n} the act of animating, life sprit
Animal
means any mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, fish (including shellfish) or related organism, insect, crustacean, or organism of any kind, but does not include a human being National Parks Act 1980
Animal
noun organism
Animal
adjective used for all animal smells such as musk or leather, which are found mainly in old red wines
Animal
of the appetites and passions of the body; "animal instincts"; "carnal knowledge"; "fleshly desire"; "a sensual delight in eating"; "music is the only sensual pleasure without vice"
Animal
n binatang
Animal
A classification of creature that includes all natural animals and their giant forms (see Monster Manual) Also, when capitalized, a spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power focused on communicating with and controlling animals
Animal
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
Animal
A creature of a sentient nature
Animal
A many-celled living thing that can move (at least part of its life) and must eat other living or once-living things
Animal
a living organism that is distinguished from plants by independent movement and responsive sense organs
Animal
> dongwu
Animal
a creature in the wild
Animal
an organized living creature endowed with sensation The Levitical law divided animals into clean and unclean, although the distinction seems to have existed before the Flood (Gen 7: 2) The clean could be offered in sacrifice and eaten All animals that had not cloven hoofs and did not chew the cud were unclean The list of clean and unclean quadrupeds is set forth in the Levitical law (Deut 14: 3-20; Lev 11)
Animal
of the nature of or characteristic of or derived from an animal or animals; "the animal kingdom"; "animal instincts"; "animal fats"
Animal
Eadar
Animal
means any live or dead dog, cat, nonhuman primate, guinea pig, hamster, rabbit, or any other warmblooded animal, which is being used, or is intended for use for research, teaching, testing, experimentation, or exhibition purposes, or as a pet This term excludes: Birds, rats of the genus Rattus and mice of the genus Mus bred for use in research, and horses not used for research purposes and other farm animals, such as, but not limited to livestock or poultry, used or intended for use as food or fiber, or livestock or poultry used or intended for use for improving animal nutrition, breeding, management, or production efficiency, or for improving the quality of food or fiber With respect to a dog, the term means all dogs, including those used for hunting, security, or breeding purposes
Animal
Mature male of various mammals (especially deer or antelope)
Animal
1 Instinctive part of self 2 cunning, speed, power or wisdom
Animal
Small woodland creature or rider going all out
Animal
n a living creature that moves, such as a dog or cat
Animal
ga-na-tla-i
Animals
fauna
Animals
zoology
Animate
to animate an object is to tell the computer how make it move and where In the same style as if one were animating a picture, the animator will have the computer display frames in sequence to make the model appear to move
Animate
endowed with feeling and unstructured consciousness; "the living knew themselves just sentient puppets on God's stage"- T E Lawrence
Animate
Building command to make animations
Animate
To give motion to an object or a group of objects over time In Infini-D, the Sequencer window is used to create and record animations
Animate
belonging to the class of nouns that denote living beings; "the word `dog' is animate"
Animate
Make or design in such a way as to create movement
Animate
A feature of some noun phrases It indicates that the thing described by the noun phrase is alive, and so capable of acting, i e being the agent of some act This feature could be used to distinguish between The hammer broke the window and The boy broke the window - in the former, the hammer is not animate, so cannot be the agent of the break action, (it is in fact the instrument), while the boy is animate, so can be the agent
Animate
heighten or intensify; "These paintings exalt the imagination"
Animate
to give motion to otherwise still images
Animate
give life-like qualities to; "animated cartoons"
Animate
make lively; "let's liven up this room a bit"
Animated
The use of multiple display frames or program software to cause movement or action
Animated
GIF A type of image file It is the most common way to compress and store images for transfer over the Internet An animated GIF is simply an animated version of this file format
Animated
A dimension of communicator style exemplified by expressive nonverbal behaviors and easy-to-read emotional states
Animated
made to appear to move as living creatures do; "an animated cartoon"; "animated puppets"
Animating
giving spirit and vivacity
Animation
The rapid sequential presentation of slightly differing graphics to create the illusion of motion Animation can have greater purpose in illustrating a process than a static visual, but it requires more information to be processed by the computer and thus higher bandwidth Compare to audio, video, text, and graphic
Animation
the condition of living or the state of being alive; "while there's life there's hope"; "life depends on many chemical and physical processes"
Animation
the activity of giving vitality and vigour to something
Animation
Animation is the creation of a timed sequence, a series of graphic images or frames together to give the appearance of continuous movement
Animation
Providing movement to a model in the computer using key framing or motion capture
Animation
Animation is the creating a timed sequence or series of graphic images or frames together to give the appearance of continuous movement
Animation
general activity and motion
Animation
A walk-through animation is a sequence of images rendered from the same scene description and lighting but from a changing view point, direction, and so on Scene animation occurs when the actual scene geometry, materials, and/or lighting are changing with each frame
Animation
the property of being able to survive and grow; "the vitality of a seed"
Animation
An image composed of several consecutive images that are loaded by the browser one after another, creating the illusion of movement These images are usually made up of GIF images Go to top of page
Animation
In this document, the term "animation" refers to any visual movement effect created automatically (i e , without manual user interaction) This definition of animation includes video and animated images Animation techniques include: graphically displaying a sequence of snapshots within the same region (e g , as is done for video and animated images) The series of snapshots may be provided by a single resource (e g , an animated GIF image) or from distinct resources (e g , a series of images downloaded continuously by the user agent) scrolling text (e g , achieved through markup or style sheets) displacing graphical objects around the viewport (e g , a picture of a ball that is moved around the viewport giving the impression that it is bouncing off of the viewport edges) For instance, the SMIL 2 0 [SMIL20] animation modules explain how to create such animation effects in a declarative manner (i e , not by composition of successive snapshots)
Animation
A dynamic image, which is comprising of a number of frames, which when turn give the impression of movements
Animation
The process of sequencing still images in rapid succession to give the effect of live motion
Animation
a form of filmmaking in which inanimate objects or individual drawings are photographed frame by frame with each frame differing slightly from the previous frame When these frames are strung together and projected at the standard speed of twenty-four frame per second, the result is the objects or drawings to move and hence seem "animated "
Animation
a sequence of images that are shown one after the other very quickly The human eye and brain blend the images to produce the effect of motion
Animation
A collection of static images joined together and shown consecutively so that they appear to move
Animation
Shows time dependent motion of the pendulum You can zoom using the right button, (on a Mac, hold down the Control key while dragging) and you can launch a new initial condition using the left button (click for Theta Dot = 0, push and drag for non-zero Theta Dot) See the ``special features'' help for the animation window
Animation
Any web page graphic element, which has movement such as blinking or text motion or crude video, is usually called an animation Animations are a potential distraction and may slow down a web site Thus they should be used with discretion
Animation
quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous
Animation
Animation is the creating of a timed sequence or series of graphic images or frames together to give the appearance of continuous movement
Animation
A sequence of two or more images that, when displayed in a rapid sequence, provide the illusion of continuous motion
Animation
Digital animation is one of they key media types used by multimedia authors It is best used to describe a time-based process graphically or to attract the end user to a particular part of the screen Animation requires the end user's computer to work harder than some other media types and often results in large files (See also: Animated GIF, Director and Flash)
Animation
the making of animated cartoons
Animation
(n ) The simulation of motion through rapidly changing images
Animation
a sequence of graphics that appears to users as if the images move Also see animation programs
Animation
The creation of artificial moving images
Animation
is rapid sequential display of pictures or images, with the pictures changing gradually over time, so that the imagery's changes from frame to frame are small enough, and the speed of display is fast enough to achieve the illusion of continuous motion
Animation
(1) A medium that provides the illusion of a moving scene using a sequence of still images (2) Techniques used in the production of animated films In computer graphics this primarily concerns controlling the motion of computer models and the camera
Animation
software: Enables you to chain and sequence a series of images to simulate movement Each image is like a frame in a movie
Animation
A movie A sequence of related images viewed in rapid succession to see and experience the apparent movement of objects [KEL93]
Animation
Image animations are usually benign and are occasionally exploited You may prefer to live without this web feature at certain sites You can set PopUpCop to filter out images in GIF format that use its animation feature Doing so has no effect on Flash movies
animal
Pertaining to the merely sentient part of a creature, as distinguished from the intellectual, rational, or spiritual part; as, the animal passions or appetites
animal
An animal is a living creature such as a dog, lion, or rabbit, rather than a bird, fish, insect, or human being. He was attacked by wild animals He had a real knowledge of animals, birds and flowers
animal
One of the lower animals; a brute or beast, as distinguished from man; as, men and animals
animal
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement of the nature of or characteristic of or derived from an animal or animals; "the animal kingdom"; "animal instincts"; "animal fats
animal
Any living creature, including a human being, can be referred to as an animal. Watch any young human being, or any other young animal
animal
An organized living being endowed with sensation and the power of voluntary motion, and also characterized by taking its food into an internal cavity or stomach for digestion; by giving carbonic acid to the air and taking oxygen in the process of respiration; and by increasing in motive power or active aggressive force with progress to maturity
animal
Animal products come from animals rather than from plants. The illegal trade in animal products continues to flourish. Any member of the kingdom Animalia (see taxonomy), a group of many-celled organisms that differ from members of the two other many-celled kingdoms, the plants and the fungi (see fungus), in several ways. Animals have developed muscles, making them capable of spontaneous movement (see locomotion), more elaborate sensory and nervous systems, and greater levels of general complexity. Unlike plants, animals cannot manufacture their own food, and thus are adapted for securing and digesting food. In animals, the cell wall is either absent or composed of material different from that of the plant cell wall. Animals account for about three-quarters of living species. Some one-celled organisms display both plant and animal characteristics. See also algae, arthropod, bacteria, chordate, invertebrate, protist, protozoan, vertebrate. animal communication animal husbandry animal rights animals cruelty to animals master of the
animal
Consisting of the flesh of animals; as, animal food
animal
Any living creature other than a human being can be referred to as an animal. Language is something which fundamentally distinguishes humans from animals. a habitat for plants and animals
animal
{s} of beasts, of animals; earthly, corporeal; carnal, fleshy
animal
{i} beast; living organism which is neither plant nor human
animal
Of or relating to animals; as, animal functions
animal
In non-scientific usage, any member of the kingdom Animalia other than a human being
animals
have adapted in various ways to the prairie biome Grazers such as bison, deer, elk, and pronghorn feed on prairie grasses Other animals have adapted as burrowers that find food and shelter close to the ground surface Burrowers include gophers, ground squirrels, badgers, and burrowing owls To cope with the harsh climate, prairie animals either grow a thick fur coat, or they burrow deep into the ground where they hibernate during the long cold winter Others, such as birds, migrate south for the winter Each prairie animal has developed a particular strategy for survival on the Prairies
animals
e-hna-i
animals
Regional Resources
animals
plural of animal
animals
Avian Conservation Biological Terms
animals
Francis of Assisi
animals
Mundane creatures, even if with extraordinary proportions or abilities This category of creatures includes, for example, canines, felines, birds, bats, rodents, quadrupeds and zephyr hounds
animals
Turtles BOXES
animals
A boatman's name for donkeys used, singly or in pairs, for towing boats
animals
Dragongull - fourwinged bird Igg´he - (cavehog), small herbivore, used as breed animal Kodrill - reptillian carnivore, lives in swamps and rivers Sapid´he - (land shark), dangerous carnivore Tryllphane - friendly herbivore, used as riding animal
animate
To animate something means to make it lively or more cheerful. The girls watched, little teasing smiles animating their faces. = enliven. living   inanimate (past participle of animare , from anima; ANIMAL). to give life or energy to something
animate
{s} alive, living; full of life; lively
animate
Dynamic, energetic
animate
That which lives
animate
{f} make alive; arouse; inspire; excite
animate
animize: give life-like qualities to; "animated cartoons"
animate
belonging to the class of nouns that denote living beings; "the word `dog' is animate
animate
endowed with animal life as distinguished from plant life; "we are animate beings"
animate
give new life or energy to; "A hot soup will revive me"; "This will renovate my spirits"; "This treatment repaired my health" endowed with animal life as distinguished from plant life; "we are animate beings" belonging to the class of nouns that denote living beings; "the word `dog' is animate
animate
To give spirit or vigor to; to stimulate or incite; to inspirit; to rouse; to enliven
animate
To give powers to, or to heighten the powers or effect of; as, to animate a lyre
animate
having at least one human or animal referent or inflected to agree with a term that has such a referent
animate
Endowed with life; alive; living; animated; lively
animate
sentient: endowed with feeling and unstructured consciousness; "the living knew themselves just sentient puppets on God's stage"- T E Lawrence
animate
inspire: heighten or intensify; "These paintings exalt the imagination"
animate
To give natural life to; to make alive; to quicken; as, the soul animates the body
animate
give new life or energy to; "A hot soup will revive me"; "This will renovate my spirits"; "This treatment repaired my health"
animate
To animate something means to make it lively or more cheerful. The girls watched, little teasing smiles animating their faces. = enliven. living   inanimate (past participle of animare , from anima; ANIMAL). to give life or energy to something
animate
enliven: make lively; "let's liven up this room a bit"
animate
Something that is animate has life, in contrast to things like stones and machines which do not. all aspects of the material world, animate and inanimate. = living
animated
Someone who is animated or who is having an animated conversation is lively and is showing their feelings. She was seen in animated conversation with the singer Yuri Marusin + animatedly ani·mat·ed·ly Sammy was standing close to Ned, talking animatedly with him
animated
Endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous
animated
An animated film is one in which puppets or drawings appear to move
animated
having life or vigor or spirit; "an animated and expressive face"; "animated conversation"; "became very animated when he heard the good news" made to appear to move as living creatures do; "an animated cartoon"; "animated puppets
animated
made to appear to move as living creatures do; "an animated cartoon"; "animated puppets
animated
having life or vigor or spirit; "an animated and expressive face"; "animated conversation"; "became very animated when he heard the good news"
animated
Past tense of animate
animated
{s} alive; lively, dynamic, vigorous, energetic; functioning in a way that resembles a live being (especially regarding animated cartoon characters)
animates
third-person singular of animate
animating
Causing animation; life-giving; inspiriting; rousing
animating
Present participle of to animate
animation
{i} vitality; wakefulness; creation of cartoons
animation
The act of animating, or giving life or spirit; the state of being animate or alive
animation
the making of animated cartoons quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous the property of being able to survive and grow; "the vitality of a seed"
animation
An animation is a film in which drawings or puppets appear to move. = cartoon
animation
The state of being lively, brisk, or full of spirit and vigor; vivacity; spiritedness
animation
The act of animating, or giving life or spirit
animation
The state of being lively, brisk, or full of spirit and vigor; vivacity; spiritedness; as, he recited the story with great animation
animation
the condition of living or the state of being alive; "while there's life there's hope"; "life depends on many chemical and physical processes
animation
Someone with animation shows liveliness in the way that they speak, look, or behave. They both spoke with animation. see also suspended animation. Process of giving the illusion of movement to drawings, models, or inanimate objects. From the mid-1850s, such optical devices as the zoetrope produced the illusion of animation. Stop-action photography enabled the production of cartoon films. The innovative design and assembly techniques of Walt Disney soon moved him to the forefront of the animation industry, and he produced a series of classic animated films, beginning with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). The Fleischer brothers and the animators at Warner Brothers offered more irreverent cartoons that often appealed to adult audiences. In Europe new animation alternatives to line drawing were developed, including animation using puppets (sometimes made from clay). In the late 20th century computer animation, as seen in the first fully computer-generated animated feature, Toy Story (1995), moved the art to a new level
animation
Animation is the process of making films in which drawings or puppets appear to move. computer animation
التركية - الإنجليزية

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animal
(Tıp) animal
anim
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