folly

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الإنجليزية - التركية
budalalık
aptallık
akılsızlık
aptalca hareket
{i} aptalca davranış
{i} delilik
garip bina/akılsızlık
(Tıp) Delilik hali, psikoz
divanelik
{i} dekor için yapılmış yapı
{i} çılgınlık

Çılgınlık yapmadan yaşayan insan düşündüğü kadar akıllı değildir. - Who lives without folly is not so wise as he thinks.

Kurak bir ülkeden yağışlı Avrupa'ya su ihraç etmek saf çılgınlık. - Exporting water from an arid country to the rainy Europe is pure folly.

follies
revü
foolishness
akılsızlık
foolishness
mankafalık
height of folly
çılgınlık yüksekliği
circular folly
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) döner delilik
follies
(isim) revü
follies
tiyatro rev
foolishness
{i} budalalık
foolishness
{i} aptallık

Hadi daha fazla aptallık yapmayalım. - Let's not have any more foolishness.

Her şeye inanmak zayıflıktır ve hiçbir şeye inanmamak aptallıktır. - Believing everything is weakness, and believing nothing is foolishness.

foolishness
{i} ahmaklık
foolishness
{i} enayilik
foolishness
aptallik
plain folly
su katılmamış aptallık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
foolishness

This is a war of folly.

thoughtless action resulting in tragic consequence

The purchase of Alaska from Russia was termed Seward's folly.

a fanciful building built for purely ornamental reasons

A luncheonette in the shape of a coffee cup is particularly conspicuous, as is intended of an architectural duck or folly.

{n} a want of understanding, imprudence
The state of being foolish; want of good sense; levity, weakness, or derangement of mind
the quality of being rash and foolish
foolish or senseless behavior the trait of acting stupidly or rashly the quality of being rash and foolish
foolish or senseless behavior
The result of a foolish action or enterprise
the trait of acting stupidly or rashly
{i} stupidity, foolishness; nonsense, foolish action
A folly is a small tower or other unusual building that is built as a decoration in a large garden or park, especially in Britain in former times. In architecture, an eccentric, generally nonfunctional (and often deliberately unfinished) structure erected to enhance a romantic landscape. Follies were particularly in vogue in England in the 18th and early 19th century. They might resemble medieval towers, ruined castles overgrown with vines, or crumbling Classical temples complete with fallen, eroded columns. In the U.S., the term has been applied to ornate gazebos. It may also be applied to any unusual building that is extravagant or whimsical in style
If you say that a particular action or way of behaving is folly or a folly, you mean that it is foolish. It's sheer folly to build nuclear power stations in a country that has dozens of earthquakes every year
A foolish act; an inconsiderate or thoughtless procedure; weak or light-minded conduct; foolery
Scandalous crime; sin; specifically, as applied to a woman, wantonness
a stupid mistake
foolery
sottery
as a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly
foolish people repeatedly do foolish things
follies
plural form of folly
follies
A lavishly-produced theatrical revue characterized by major stars, huge casts, and opulent costumes and scenery

The most famous Broadway theatrical revues of all time were the Ziegfeld Follies.

act of folly
foolish action
follies
{i} entertaining theatrical presentation
follies
a revue with elaborate costuming
follies
plural of folly
seward's folly
the transaction in 1867 in which the United States secretary of state William Henry Seward purchased Alaska from Russia
folly
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