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الإنجليزية - التركية

Biz perspektif kaybediyoruz. - We're losing perspective.

Tom'un perspektifi yok. - Tom has no perspective.

bakış açısı

Yeni bir bakış açısı elde etmelisin. - You need to get a new perspective.

Bakış açısını kaybettin. - You've lost perspective.

{i} derinlemesine inceleme yeteneği
{i} görünüm
(Politika, Siyaset) görüş
(Politika, Siyaset) öngörü

Bakış açısını kaybettin. - You've lost perspective.

Onun siyasi bakış açısını onaylıyorum. - I share his political perspective.

perspektife dikkat ederek çizilmiş
perspektif manzara
{i} uzaklık duygusu veren manzara resmi
{i} derinlik
perspektife göre resimlendirilmiş
perspektife uygun
(Mukavele) perspektif; görüş açısı
perspective view mesafelere oranla görünüş
{i} geniş bakış açısı
görüş açısı
{i} (resimde) perspektif
derinlik verilmiş
perspective spatial model
(Askeri) kabartma model
perspective chart
perspective grid
(Askeri) PERSPEKTİF GRİD: Kara veya başlangıç düzlemi üzerindeki sistematik bir hat şebekesinin perspektifini temsil etmek üzere bir fotoğraf üzerine çizilen ve yerleştirilen bir hat şebekesi
perspective projection
perspektif izdüşüm
perspective spatial model
(Askeri) KABARTMA MODEL; MÜCESSEM MODEL: Bir hava fotoğrafı çiftine stereoskopla bakıldığı zaman, bir arazi parçasının, yükseklik ve derinlik ile, optik olarak tecessüm eden şekli
perspective view
(Askeri) UÇAĞIN PERSPEKTİF GÖRÜNÜŞÜ: Bak. "maneuvering flight"
aerial perspective
(Fotoğrafçılık) atmosferik perspektif
aerial perspective
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) havai perspektif
acoustic perspective
ses perspektifi
aerial perspective
havadan perspektif
cavalier perspective
kavaliyer perspektif
linear perspective
doğrusal perspektif
perspektif ile ilgili
get perspective
Bir konu ya da durum hakıında bakış acısına sâhip olmak
in perspective
perspektif içinde
keep s.t. in perspective
bir şeye bir bütün olarak bakmak, bir şeyi bir bütünsellik içinde ele almak
look at s.t. in perspective
bir şeye geniş bir açıdan bakmak
put in perspective
perspektife yerleştirme
put into perspective
perspektif koymak
aerial perspective
(Mimarlık) kuşbakışı perspektif
isometric perspective
(Fizik) izometrik perspektif
perspektife dikkat ederek çizilmiş
derinlik verilmiş
scientific perspective
bilimsel görüş
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A perspective optical glass, as used in a telescope
By analogy, sound recording technique to adjust and integrate sound sources seemingly naturally
The technique of representing three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface
providing visual aid
of, in or relating to perspective
A view, vista or outlook
The ability to consider things in such relative perspective
The choice of a single angle or point of view from which to sense, categorize, measure or codify experience
The appearance of depth in objects, especially as perceived using binocular vision
the relative importance of facts or matters from any special point of view
{n} a spying -glass, view, appearance
{a} of or relating to vision, optical
a way of regarding situations or topics etc ; "consider what follows from the positivist view"
The technique artists use to project an illusion of the three-dimensional world onto a two-dimensional surface
The relationship between how far the foreground and the background appear to be separated from each other, or the apparent space visible in a flat photograph
The apparent size and depth of objects within an image
point of view, as in: From his perspective, it looks unfair
Any system used to create the illusion of three-dimensional images and/or spatial relationships on a two-dimensional surface
a view of an organization from a specific vantage point Typically, financial, customer, learning and growth, and internal business processes are used to describe the organization's span of influence A perspective is a component into which the strategy is decomposed to drive implementation
An evaluative criteria which considers the author's approach or point of view
the appearance to the eye of objects in respect to their relative distance and position; the technique of representing the spatial relationship of objects as they might appear to the eye
A technique for representing three-dimensional objects or spaces on a two-dimensional surface Close
What is seen at a particular level of awareness Perspective can be clouded by conditions and programming, or expanded through surrender of attachments and beliefs Back to Top
A technique in the visual arts for producing on a flat or shallow surface the effect of three dimensions and deep space
A particular perspective is a particular way of thinking about something, especially one that is influenced by your beliefs or experiences. He says the death of his father 18 months ago has given him a new perspective on life Most literature on the subject of immigrants in France has been written from the perspective of the French themselves I would like to offer a historical perspective
Pertaining to the art, or in accordance with the laws, of perspective
Human thought is relational and selective It is impossible to understand any person, event, or phenomenon from every vantage-point simultaneously Our purposes often control how we see things Critical thinking requires that this fact be taken into account when analyzing and assessing thinking This is not to say that human thought is incapable of truth and objectivity, but only that human truth, objectivity, and insight is virtually always limited and partial, virtually never total and absolute The hard sciences are themselves a good example of this point, since qualitative realities are systematically ignored in favor of quantifiable realities
The science dealing with the apparent diminution in the size of objects as they recede from the spectator Perspective projection is the geometric method of producing this effect in a line drawing, given the dimensions of the object and the position of the observer Dimensions cannot be "taken off" perspective drawings because the various parts are at constantly varying scales (also known as foreshortening)
Perspective is the art of making some objects or people in a picture look further away than others. Depiction of three-dimensional objects and spatial relationships on a two-dimensional plane. In Western art, illusions of volume and space are generally created by use of the linear perspective system, based on the observation that objects appear to shrink and parallel lines to converge at an infinitely distant vanishing point as they recede in space from the viewer. The vanishing point may have been known to the Greeks and Romans but had been lost until Filippo Brunelleschi rediscovered the principles of linear or "mathematical" perspective early in the 15th century. Linear perspective dominated Western painting until the late 19th century, when Paul Cézanne flattened the conventional picture plane. The Cubists and other 20th-century painters abandoned depiction of three-dimensional space altogether. See also aerial perspective
A glass through which objects are viewed
{i} viewpoint, outlook; vista, view
- The method of representing a three-dimensional object, or a particular volume of space, on a flat or nearly flat surface
Hence, aërial perspective, the assumed greater vagueness or uncertainty of outline in distant objects
If you get something in perspective or into perspective, you judge its real importance by considering it in relation to everything else. If you get something out of perspective, you fail to judge its real importance in relation to everything else. Remember to keep things in perspective It helps to put their personal problems into perspective I let things get out of perspective
A Cred object; an Identity's perspective (or view) onto a Service There may be many Perspectives associated with an Identity, and an Identity may have multiple Perspectives onto the same Service
Using artistic conventions and techniques to create the illusion of depth within a two-dimensional work of art
An observation having the effects of distance upon the perceived size and characteristics of objects
A system for representing three-dimensional objects viewed in spatial recession on a two-dimensional surface
the appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer
Method used to create the illusion of space on a two-dimensional surface Can be created by overlapping, placement, detail, colour, converging lines and size variations Picture plane The surface of a drawing or painting
Of or pertaining to the science of vision; optical
That which is seen through an opening; a view; a vista
A drawing in linear perspective
The art or science of drawing solid objects on a plane or curved surface as they appear to the eye
The art and the science of so delineating objects that they shall seem to grow smaller as they recede from the eye; called also linear perspective
The choice of a single point of view from which to sense, categorize, measure or codify experience
The effect of distance upon the appearance of objects, by means of which the eye recognized them as being at a more or less measurable distance
the representation of three-dimensional objects on a flat surface so as to produce the same impression of distance and relative size as that received by the human eye in nature In aerial or atmospheric perspective the relative distance of objects is shown by gradation of tone and color and by variations in the clarity of outlines In linear perspective all parallel lines in a given visual field converge at a single vanishing point on the horizon
The method of representing three-dimensional objects on a flat surface Perspective gives a picture a sense of depth The most important form of perspective in the Renaissance was linear perspective (first formulated by the architect Brunelleschi in the early 15th century), in which the real or suggested lines of objects converge on a vanishing point on the horizon, often in the middle of the composition (centralized perspective) The first artist to make a systematic use of linear perspective was Masaccio, and its principles were set out by the architect Alberti in a book published in 1436 The use of linear perspective had a profound effect on the development of Western art and remained unchallenged until the 20th century
a way of thinking about or considering something; or a set of assumptions from which an object can be viewed Knowing which perspec負ive is assumed is important because the same question can have different an貞wers if different perspectives are assumed Kant himself does not use this word, but he uses a number of other expressions (such as standpoint, way of thinking, employment of understanding, etc ) in precisely this way The main Critical perspectives are the transcendental, empirical, logical and hypothetical
A technique for representing spatial relations and three-dimensional objects on a flat surface Atmospheric perspective involves the gradual decrease in colour intensity to imitate distance One-point linear perspective, developed in Italy in the fifteenth century, is a mathematical system that defines the vanishing point of the horizon
perspective drawing
{i} (Archeology) three-dimensional rendering of a site or feature used to record and recreate the results of archaeological research
atmospheric perspective
A technique in which an illusion of depth is created by painting more distant objects with less clarity, and with a lighter tone
isometric perspective
A type of visual perspective in which all dimensions parallel to the three principal spatial axes are shown in their true proportions
put something into perspective
To compare with something similar to give a clearer, more accurate idea

You can put your worries into perspective when you realise how many people in the world are so much worse off than you.

two-point perspective
A graphical technique in which a three-dimensional object is represented in two dimensions, and in which parallel lines in two of its dimensions are shown to converge towards two vanishing points
aerial perspective
Method of producing a sense of depth in a painting by imitating the effect of atmosphere that makes objects look paler, bluer, and hazier or less distinct in the middle and far distance. The term was coined by Leonardo da Vinci, but the technique can be seen in ancient Greco-Roman wall paintings (e.g., at Pompeii). It was discovered that dust and moisture in the atmosphere caused the scattering of light passing through it; short-wavelength light (blue) is scattered most and long-wavelength light (red) least. Italian painters in Leonardo's time used the device; it was exploited by 15th-century northern European artists and later by J.M.W. Turner
historic perspective
historic view, perspective influenced by history
keep it in perspective
maintain a healthy point of view
linear perspective
A form of perspective in drawing and painting in which parallel lines are represented as converging so as to give the illusion of depth and distance
According to the rules of perspective
Optically; as through a glass
plural of perspective
see things in perspective
see things correctly, see things in proportion



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    /pərˈspektəv/ /pɜrˈspɛktɪv/

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    [ p&r-'spek-tiv ] (noun.) 14th century. Recorded since 1381 (Middle English), from Old - or Middle French, from the first word of the Medieval (Latin) perspectiva ars "science of optics", the feminine of perspectivus "of sight, optical", from perspectus, the past participle of perspicere "to inspect, look through", itself from from per- "through" + specere "to look at"; the noun sense was influenaced or mediated by (Italian) prospettiva, from prospetto 'prspect', itself from the above Latin prosecere


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