mani

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
or Manes or Manichaeus born April 14, 216, southern Babylonia died 274?, Gundeshapur Persian founder of Manichaeism. He had his first vision of an angel in his boyhood, and when he was 24 the angel reappeared and called him to preach a new religion. He traveled to India and made converts there. The Persian king Shapur I permitted him to preach in the Persian empire, but, during the reign of Bahram I, Mani was attacked by Zoroastrian priests. After a 26-day trial he was sentenced to prison, where he died
founder of Manichaeism, a Gnostic religion with Zoroastrian elements, considered an arch-heretic (lived from 216 A C -275 A C )
EN money
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A jewel, gem, precious stone; especially a pearl bead or other globular ornament
mani-pedi
A combined manicure and pedicure
many
A collective mass of people

A great many do not understand this.

many
An indefinite large number of people or things

Many are called, but few are chosen.

many
{s} large in number, abundant, numerous
many
{i} great number of people or things, multitude, plenty
many
You use many to indicate that you are talking about a large number of people or things. I don't think many people would argue with that Not many films are made in Finland Many holidaymakers had avoided the worst of the delays by consulting tourist offices Acting is definitely a young person's profession in many ways. few Many is also a pronoun. We stood up, thinking through the possibilities. There weren't many. few, some Many is also a quantifier. So, once we have cohabited, why do many of us feel the need to get married? It seems there are not very many of them left in the sea Many is also an adjective. Among his many hobbies was the breeding of fine horses The possibilities are many
many
emphasis You use many followed by `a' and a noun to emphasize that there are a lot of people or things involved in something. Many a mother tries to act out her unrealized dreams through her daughter
many
A large or considerable number
many
You use many after `how' to ask questions about numbers or quantities. You use many after `how' in reported clauses to talk about numbers or quantities. How many years have you been here? No-one knows how many people have been killed since the war began. Many is also a pronoun. How many do you smoke a day?
many
Consisting of a great number; numerous; not few
many
The populace; the common people; the majority of people, or of a community
many
You use many in expressions such as `not many', `not very many', and `too many' when replying to questions about numbers of things or people. `How many of the songs that dealt with this theme became hit songs?' --- `Not very many.' How many years is it since we've seen each other? Too many, anyway
many
A retinue of servants; a household
many
{a} numerous, several, sundry
Many
plurality
Many
fele
manie
Mania; insanity
many
emphasis You use as many as before a number to suggest that it is surprisingly large. As many as four and a half million people watched today's parade
many
manyfold
many
poly
many
An indefinite large number of
many
You use many to mean `many people'. Iris Murdoch was regarded by many as a supremely good and serious writer
many
a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number; "many temptations"; "the temptations are many"; "a good many"; "a great many"; "many directions"; "take as many apples as you like"; "too many clouds to see"; "never saw so many people"
many
The many means a large group of people, especially the ordinary people in society, considered as separate from a particular small group. The printing press gave power to a few to change the world for the many
many
emphasis You use a good many or a great many to emphasize that you are referring to a large number of things or people. We've both had a good many beers For a great many men and women, romance can be a most important part of marriage
many
many happy returns: see return in so many words: see word
many
You use many with `as' when you are comparing numbers of things or people. I've always entered as many photo competitions as I can We produced ten times as many tractors as the United States. Many is also a pronoun. Let the child try on as many as she likes
التركية - التركية
şiddet devinimleri oluşturacak kadaraşırı uyarılmayla belirgin ruh hastalığı
iç güdüsel-duygusal dürtülerin denetiminde çıkmış biçimde yükselerek düşünce ve davranışlarına egemen olması
Kişinin sevinç, güven ve her tür devimsel etkinliklerinin normal olmayan bir biçimde arttığı ruh hastalığı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) râzı olunan şeyler
Kişinin sevinç, güven ve her türlü etkinliklerinin normal olmayan bir biçimde arttığı ruh hastalığı
Eskiden, Düşmanlara karşı büyü yapmak için kullanılan balmumundan heykelcik
Manişeizm Dini'nin kurucusu
Ortak halk yazınında bir deyiş türü
Halk edebiyatının en yaygın şiir türü
Engel
(Osmanlı Dönemi) engel
manya
MANİ
(Hukuk) Engel, önleme
MÂNİ'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Men'eden. Geri bırakan. Esirgeyen. Engel. Özür
mani olmak
Önüne geçmek, engellemek, önlemek
ayaklı mani
Cinaslı ayaklarla söylenen bir mâni türü
الإنجليزية - التركية

تعريف mani في الإنجليزية التركية القاموس.

many
birçok

O birçok geceyi yıldızlara bakarak geçirdi. - Many nights did he spend, looking up at the stars.

Londra'da birçok güzel park vardır. - There are many beautiful parks in London.

many
çok

Çok enteresan yerler biliyorsun, değil mi? - You know many interesting places, don't you?

Konserde çok fazla kişi vardı. - There were too many people at the concert.

many
{i} bir çoğu

Takuboku'nun şiirlerini bir çoğunu ezbere öğrendim. - I learned many of Takuboku's poems by heart.

many
{s} (more, most) çok, bir hayli
many
{s} bir yığın

O bir yığın dil konuşmaz. - She does not speak many languages.

Gemide bir yığın fare var. - There are many rats on the ship.

many
a good many birçok
many
{s} bir hayli

O, bu sabah bir hayli mektup aldı. - He received a good many letters this morning.

Akvaryumda bir hayli nadir balık var. - There are many rare fish at the aquarium.

many
(isim) birçoğu
many
sayıca çok
many
the many halk yığınları
many
çoğu zaman

Bu kabilenin atasal ayinlerinin çoğu zamanla kaybedilmiştir. - Many of the ancestral rites of this tribe have been lost over time.

many
a great many pek çok
many
many a time çok kere
many
birçoğu

Birçoğu sömürgeciliğin egemenliği altında uzun bir süre baskı ve sefaletten çekmiştir. - Many have suffered oppression and misery for a long period of time under the rule of colonialism.

Onların birçoğu acıydı. - Many of them were bitter.

many
rengarenk
many
kanşık
many
(Askeri) (RAID SIZE) ÇOK (TAARRUZ EBADI): Bir hava durdurma görevinde, 8 veya daha fazla sayıda uçak kullanmak. Ayrıca bakınız: "few (raid size) "
many
kaç

Otobüs her gün kaç kez çalışır? - How many times does the bus run each day?

Kaç tane dolma kalemin var? - How many pens do you have?

many
bini bir paraya
many
sürüsüne bereket
many
adl

Tom adlı kaç tane çocuk, sizin sınıfınızdadır? - How many kids named Tom are in your class?

Tom adlı kaç kişiyi tanıyorsun? - How many people do you know named Tom?

many
köp

Bir köpeğin kaç bacağı vardır? - How many legs does a dog have?

Birçok köpek sahipleri köpeklerini sadece günde bir kez beslerler. - Many dog owners only feed their dogs once a day.

many
çoğu

Çoğu hastalık yoksulluktan sonuçlanır. - Many diseases result from poverty.

Onunla karşılaşmadan önce, Pizzaro adamlarının ve silahlarının çoğunu kasaba yakınında sakladı. - Before meeting him, Pizzaro hid many of his men and guns near the town.

many
birçokları
mani
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