caesar

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الإنجليزية - التركية
Sezar

Altı ay önce sezaryen ameliyatı oldum. - I had a Caesarian section six months ago.

Annem sezaryen ameliyatlarının tehlikeli olduğunu düşünüyor. - My mother thinks that caesarian sections are dangerous.

{i} otokrat
{i} diktatör

Bu sıralarda, Lucius Cornelius Sulla, Roma diktatörü olduktan sonra, Sezar'ın onun egemenliği için siyasi bir tehdit olduğunu düşündü. - At about this time, Lucius Cornelius Sulla, after becoming the dictator of Rome, thought that Caesar was a political threat to his rule.

caesar salad
Sezar salata
Caesarian
(sıfat) Sezar ile ilgili
Caesarian
{s} Sezar ile ilgili
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An ancient Roman family name, notably that of Gaius Iulius Caesar
The government; society; earthly powers

Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are God's.

A cocktail made from clamato (clam-tomato juice), vodka, and often garnished with celery, a Bloody Caesar
A Caesar salad
A title of Roman emperors
American comedian who, as star of his own weekly television program "Your Show of Shows" (1950-1954), pioneered the comedy sketch show. Gaius Caesar Germanicus Nerva Caesar Augustus Caesar Irving Isidor Caesar Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar Sid Germanicus Caesar Rodney Caesar Scaliger Julius Caesar and Scaliger Joseph Justus Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius Augustus Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus Caesar Marcus Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Augustus Caesar Domitianus Augustus Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus Servius Galba Caesar Augustus orig. Servius Sulpicius Galba Caesar Traianus Hadrianus Augustus Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus or Drusus Germanicus Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus Caesar Nerva Traianus Germanicus Caesar Divi Nervae Filius Nerva Traianus Optimus Augustus Caesar Vespasianus Augustus
{i} Roman emperor
United States comedian who pioneered comdey television shows (born 1922)
The CAESAR Offshore project was founded in 1993 by Aker, DNV, Kvaerner, NorskHydro, Saga and Statoil, to reduce the life cycle cost and development time of offshore production facilities A number of other major oil companies and engineering contractors have joined the project
Heir to the throne, junior emperor First used by Octavian to advertise his connection with Julius Caesar, and then used by later rulers Shown as C or CAES on coins
The surname of the Roman dictator, Caius Julius Caesar, subsequently used as the title of an emperor; hence the German Kaiser and the Russian czar (tsar)
The family name of Iulius Caesar, taken up as a mark of respect (and a propaganda measure) by his adopted son Octavian and passed on to succeeding emperors It became a title as much as a family name; under Diocletian's reforms "caesar" designated the two junior emperors, while "augustus" designated the senior ones
The second title (after emperor) in the Byzantine Empire until the late eleventh century, frequently given to the heir to the throne
conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC) United States comedian who pioneered comdey television shows (born 1922)
conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)
Caesar salad
A type of salad, generally made from romaine lettuce, croutons, parmesan cheese, coddled or hard-boiled eggs, fresh-ground black pepper and Worcestershire sauce

Of all the Caesar salads I've tasted, this is the finest.

Caesar salad
A serving of such salad

Would you like a Caesar salad for lunch?.

Caesar salads
plural form of Caesar salad
Caesar Augustus
or Octavian orig. Gaius Octavius later Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus born Sept. 23, 63 BC died Aug. 19, AD 14, Nola, near Naples First Roman emperor. Born to a wealthy family, at age 18 he was named adoptive son and heir of his great-uncle Julius Caesar. After Caesar's assassination (44 BC) a power struggle ensued, and several battles later Octavian formed the Second Triumvirate with his chief rivals, Lepidus and Mark Antony. Octavian disposed of Lepidus in 32 and Antony (then allied with Cleopatra) at the Battle of Actium in 31 to become sole ruler. He was anointed princeps; the Roman Empire is said to begin with his accession. At first he ruled as consul, maintaining republican administration, but in 27 he accepted the title Augustus and in 23 he received imperial power. His rule (31 BC-AD 14) brought changes to every aspect of Roman life and lasting peace and prosperity to the Greco-Roman world. He secured outlying imperial provinces, built roads and public works, established the Pax Romana, and fostered the arts. He took steps to rectify Roman morality, even exiling his daughter Julia for adultery. When he died, the empire stretched from Iberia to Cappadocia and from Gaul to Egypt. He was deified after his death
Caesar Boeck
{i} (1845-1917) Norwegian dermatologist and syphilologist
Caesar Rodney
born Oct. 7, 1728, Dover, Del. died June 26, 1784, Dover, Del., U.S. American Revolutionary leader. He was a delegate to the Stamp Act Congress (1765) and the Continental Congress (1774-76, 1777-78). He cast the tie-breaking vote in the Delaware delegation that decided the Congress's resolution for independence. A signer of the Declaration of Independence, he became commander of the Delaware militia (1777) and served as "president" of Delaware (1778-81)
Caesar salad
Caesar salad is a type of salad containing lettuce, eggs, cheese, and small pieces of fried bread, served with a dressing of oil, vinegar, and herbs. A tossed salad of greens, anchovies, croutons, and grated cheese with a dressing of olive oil, lemon juice, and a raw or coddled egg
caesar salad
typically having fried croutons and dressing made with a raw egg
Bloody Caesar
A cocktail made from clamato (clam-tomato juice), vodka, and often garnished with celery
Caesarian
Alternative spelling of Caesarean. (excluding the relation to Caesarea)
Caesarian
Member of the populares faction of Julius Caesar
Caesarian
Follower of Julius Caesar
Caesarian
{i} operation in which a fetus is surgically removed from the uterus
Caesarian
alternative spelling of Caesarean
Caesarian
{s} of or pertaining to Caesar
Gaius Caesar
officially Gaius Caesar (Germanicus) born Aug. 31, AD 12, Antium, Latium died Jan. 24, 41, Rome Roman emperor (37-41). Known by his childhood nickname, Caligula ("Little Boot") was declared heir to the throne by Tiberius following the suspicious deaths of Caligula's parents and brothers and probably connived in Tiberius's death. Caligula suffered a severe illness seven months into his rule and began displaying mental instability, engaging in despotic caprice and cruelty. Restoring treason trials (38), he executed former supporters and extorted money from the citizens. He plundered Gaul in 40 and began planning to invade Britain. He made pretensions to divinity and declared his sister Drusilla a goddess on her death. Weary of his tyranny, a group of conspirators assassinated him
Gaius Caesar Germanicus
officially Gaius Caesar (Germanicus) born Aug. 31, AD 12, Antium, Latium died Jan. 24, 41, Rome Roman emperor (37-41). Known by his childhood nickname, Caligula ("Little Boot") was declared heir to the throne by Tiberius following the suspicious deaths of Caligula's parents and brothers and probably connived in Tiberius's death. Caligula suffered a severe illness seven months into his rule and began displaying mental instability, engaging in despotic caprice and cruelty. Restoring treason trials (38), he executed former supporters and extorted money from the citizens. He plundered Gaul in 40 and began planning to invade Britain. He made pretensions to divinity and declared his sister Drusilla a goddess on her death. Weary of his tyranny, a group of conspirators assassinated him
Gaius Julius Caesar
born July 12/13, 100, Rome died March 15, 44 BC, Rome Celebrated Roman general, statesman, and dictator. A patrician by birth, he held the prominent posts of quaestor and praetor before becoming governor of Farther Spain in 61-60. He formed the First Triumvirate with Pompey and Marcus Licinius Crassus in 60 and was elected consul in 59 and proconsul in Gaul and Illyria in
Gaius Julius Caesar
After conducting the Gallic Wars, during which he invaded Britain (55, 54) and crossed the Rhine (55, 53), he was instructed by the Senate to lay down his command, Senate conservatives having grown wary of his increasing power, as had a suspicious Pompey. When the Senate would not command Pompey to give up his command simultaneously, Caesar, against regulations, led his forces across the Rubicon River (49) between Gaul and Italy, precipitating the Roman Civil War. Pompey fled from Italy but was pursued and defeated by Caesar in 48; he then fled to Egypt, where he was murdered. Having followed Pompey to Egypt, Caesar became lover to Cleopatra and supported her militarily. He defeated Pompey's last supporters in 46-45. He was named dictator for life by the Romans. He was offered the crown (44) but refused it, knowing the Romans' dislike for kings. He was in the midst of launching a series of political and social reforms when he was assassinated in the Senate House on the ides of March by conspirators led by Cassius and Brutus. His writings on the Gallic and Civil wars are considered models of classical historiography
Gaius Octavius Caesar
{i} Augustus (63 BC-AD 14), first Roman emperor
Germanicus Caesar
Though urged to take imperial power, he deferred to Tiberius, under whom he had served. In the East he came into conflict with Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso, governor of Syria. Germanicus's death may have been due to poisoning ordered by Piso, though Tiberius was also suspected; Piso's suicide left the matter unsolved. Only his premature death prevented Germanicus from becoming emperor
Germanicus Caesar
born 15 BC died AD 19, Antioch, Syria Nephew and adopted son of Tiberius, brother of Claudius, and father of Caligula and Agrippina the Younger. A successful and popular general, he stifled a rebellion in the West on the death of Augustus in AD
Irving Caesar
orig. Isidor Caesar born July 4, 1895, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Dec. 18, 1996, New York City U.S. lyricist. Caesar worked with Henry Ford during World War I before turning to songwriting. Working with various collaborators, he provided the lyrics for such standards as "Swanee," "Sometimes I'm Happy," "Crazy Rhythm," and "Tea for Two," one of the most frequently recorded tunes ever written
Julius Caesar
(100? BC-44 BC) Roman statesman and general
Julius Caesar
conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)
Julius Caesar
After conducting the Gallic Wars, during which he invaded Britain (55, 54) and crossed the Rhine (55, 53), he was instructed by the Senate to lay down his command, Senate conservatives having grown wary of his increasing power, as had a suspicious Pompey. When the Senate would not command Pompey to give up his command simultaneously, Caesar, against regulations, led his forces across the Rubicon River (49) between Gaul and Italy, precipitating the Roman Civil War. Pompey fled from Italy but was pursued and defeated by Caesar in 48; he then fled to Egypt, where he was murdered. Having followed Pompey to Egypt, Caesar became lover to Cleopatra and supported her militarily. He defeated Pompey's last supporters in 46-45. He was named dictator for life by the Romans. He was offered the crown (44) but refused it, knowing the Romans' dislike for kings. He was in the midst of launching a series of political and social reforms when he was assassinated in the Senate House on the ides of March by conspirators led by Cassius and Brutus. His writings on the Gallic and Civil wars are considered models of classical historiography
Julius Caesar
a Roman politician, military leader, and writer, who took control of the government of Rome and changed it from a republic to an empire, making himself the first Roman emperor (100-44 BC). a play by William Shakespeare about the murder of the Roman leader Julius Caesar, and about his friend Brutus, who thinks Caesar is taking too much power and so joins his murderers. After Julius Caesar's death his friend Mark Antony makes a famous speech to the crowd beginning with the words "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears". born July 12/13, 100, Rome died March 15, 44 BC, Rome Celebrated Roman general, statesman, and dictator. A patrician by birth, he held the prominent posts of quaestor and praetor before becoming governor of Farther Spain in 61-60. He formed the First Triumvirate with Pompey and Marcus Licinius Crassus in 60 and was elected consul in 59 and proconsul in Gaul and Illyria in
Nero Claudius Caesar
{i} Ahenobarbus (37-68 AD, born Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus), Roman emperor in the years 54-68 A.D
Sid Caesar
born Sept. 8, 1922, Yonkers, N.Y., U.S. U.S. comedian. He began his career as a band musician but switched to comedy. Noted for his pantomime skills and his ability to mimic foreign languages at high speed, he performed comic routines in live television shows and costarred with Imogene Coca (1908-2001) and Carl Reiner in the popular comedy variety program Your Show of Shows (1950-54). He created his own Caesar's Hour (1954-57) and later appeared in television specials
and Scaliger Joseph Justus Scaliger, Julius Caesar
born April 23, 1484, Riva, Republic of Venice died Oct. 21, 1558, Agen, France born Aug. 5, 1540, Agen, France died Jan. 21, 1609, Leiden, Holland Classical scholars. Julius worked in botany, zoology, and grammar but was chiefly interested in developing an understanding and critical evaluation of the ancients. His most widely read book was his Poetics (1561), in which Greco-Roman rhetoric and poetics are used as a foundation for literary criticism. His son Joseph, a precocious student of language, studied in France, Germany, and Italy and taught in France before he was called to the University of Leiden, where he became known as the most erudite scholar of his time. His major works are the Study on the Improvement of Time (1583) and Thesaurus of Time (1609), which brought order to ancient chronology
caesarian
relating to abdominal delivery
caesarian
of or relating to or in the manner of Julius Caesar
caesar

    الواصلة

    Cae·sar

    التركية النطق

    sizır

    النطق

    /ˈsēzər/ /ˈsiːzɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ sE-z&r ] (noun.) 1567. Latin. Originally meant "head of hair".

    كلمة اليوم

    maw
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