rhetorical

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} etkileyici bir şekilde söylenen
sözbilimle ilgili
{s} sözbilime ait
belagatlı
güzel söz söylemeye ait
{s} hitabet
güzel söz söyleme sanatınarhetorical question cevabı beklenilmeyen ve etkili olsun diye kullanılan soru
{s} tumturaklı

Tom soruya cevap vermeye başladı ve sonra onun tumturaklı bir soru olduğunu fark etti. - Tom started to answer the question and then realized it was a rhetorical question.

Bu tumturaklı bir soruydu. - It was a rhetorical question.

belâgatli olarak
{s} söz sanatına özgü
rhetoricallybelâgat ilmine göre
rhetorical question
cevabı beklenmeyen soru
rhetorical amplification
retorik amplifikasyon
rhetorical devices
retorik cihazlar
rhetorical exaggeration for effect
etki için retorik abartı
rhetorical function
okuyanı veya dinleyeni etkileme işlevleri
rhetorical question
retorik bir soru
rhetorical tecnique of pretending ignorance
tecahülüarif
rhetorical question
cevabı açık olan soru
rhetorical question
(Dilbilim) tümce değerli soru
rhetorical question
benimsetme sorusu
rhetorically
belagatlı bir şekilde
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Part of or similar to rhetoric, which is the use of language as a means to persuade

A rhetorical question, for example, is one used merely to make a point, with no response expected.

{a} pertaining to rhetoric, oratorical
Of or pertaining to rhetoric; according to, or exhibiting, rhetoric; oratorical; as, the rhetorical art; a rhetorical treatise; a rhetorical flourish
A rhetorical question is one which is asked in order to make a statement rather than to get an answer. He grimaced slightly, obviously expecting no answer to his rhetorical question + rhetorically rhe·tori·cal·ly `Do these kids know how lucky they are?' Jackson asked rhetorically
of or relating to rhetoric; "accepted two or three verbal and rhetorical changes I suggested"- W A White; "the rhetorical sin of the meaningless variation"- Lewis Mumford
Rhetorical language is intended to be grand and impressive. These arguments may have been used as a rhetorical device to argue for a perpetuation of a United Nations role. + rhetorically rhe·tori·cal·ly Suddenly, the narrator speaks in his most rhetorically elevated mode
of or relating to rhetoric; "accepted two or three verbal and rhetorical changes I suggested"- W
White; "the rhetorical sin of the meaningless variation"- Lewis Mumford
concerned with effect or style of writing and speaking; "a rhetorical question is one asked solely to produce an effect (especially to make an assertion) rather than to elicit a reply"
{s} pertaining to rhetoric; bombastic, unnecessarily ornate
rhetorical induction
reasoning from specific examples to general laws
rhetorical mode
One of the several ways of writing that include variety, conventions, and purposes of writing, such as exposition, argumentation, description, and narration
rhetorical question
A question posed only for dramatic or persuasive effect
rhetorical question
A question to which the asker does not expect an answer

Are you nuts? Don't answer that - it's a rhetorical question.

rhetorical questions
plural form of rhetorical question
rhetorical question
question whose answer is clear, question that was asked solely for the purpose of making an impression
rhetorical device
a use of language that creates a literary effect (but often without regard for literal significance)
rhetorical question
A question asked to induce thought and to provide emphasis rather than to evoke an answer
rhetorical question
The author asks his reader a "question" the answer to which is perfectly clear
rhetorical question
Question not asked for information but for effect example: The angry parent asked the child, "Are you done interrupting me?" In this case, the parent does not expect a reply, but simply wants to draw the child's attention to the rudeness of interrupting
rhetorical question
A question to which no answer is expected, often used for rhetorical effect
rhetorical question
the poet asks a question without expecting to learn anything from the response, or to pose any difficulty for the reader, the answer being something that the poet already implies and the reader infers
rhetorical question
A question that the audience isn't expected to answer out loud
rhetorical question
Question which expects and needs no answer
rhetorical question
a statement that is formulated as a question but that is not supposed to be answered; "he liked to make his points with rhetorical questions"
rhetorical question
a statement that is formulated as a question but that is not supposed to be answered; "he liked to make his points with rhetorical questions
rhetorically
in a rhetorical manner
rhetorically
with reference to rhetoric
rhetorically
{a} duly as an orator, figuratively
rhetorically
bombastically, pompously; in a rhetorical manner
rhetorically
in a rhetorical manner; "`What can be done?' he asked rhetorically
rhetorically
in a rhetorical manner; "`What can be done?' he asked rhetorically"
rhetorical
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