shibboleths

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الإنجليزية - التركية

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shibboleth
slogan
shibboleth
(isim) artık kullanılmayan deyim, anlamını yitirmiş adet, parola, slogan, amacı belirten söz (parti vb.)
shibboleth
{i} amacı belirten söz (parti vb.)
shibboleth
amacı belirten söz
shibboleth
argo
shibboleth
parola
shibboleth
belirli bir zümrenin benimsediği âdet
shibboleth
{i} artık kullanılmayan deyim
shibboleth
eski deyim
shibboleth
ağız
shibboleth
{i} anlamını yitirmiş adet
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
plural of shibboleth
shibboleth
A common or longstanding belief, custom, or catchphrase associated with a particular group, especially one with little current meaning or truth

It's about time we abandoned the bourgeois shibboleth that earning money makes you a better person.

shibboleth
an internet2 project to investigate technology to support inter-institutional authentication and authorization for access to web pages
shibboleth
Any dialect or custom which marks an individual or group as being foreign
Shibboleth
scibboleth
shibboleth
a favorite saying of a sect or political group
shibboleth
a word or pronunciation that distinguishes people of one group or class from those of another
shibboleth
See Judges xii
shibboleth
A slogan, jargon word, or catchphrase closely associated with a particular group and not used very much, or at all, outside of it. Can also apply to ideas, customs, and uses of language
shibboleth
a manner of speaking that is distinctive of a particular group of people
shibboleth
A word or pronunciation used to distinguish outsiders: originates from the incident described in the Bible - Judges 12: 4-6 (see also Zephaniah 3: 8-9)
shibboleth
The Ephraimites, not being able to pronounce sh, called the word sibboleth
shibboleth
A word, especially seen as a test, to distinguish someone as belonging to a particular nation, class, profession etc
shibboleth
If you describe an idea or belief as a shibboleth, you mean that it is thought important by a group of people but may be old-fashioned or wrong. It is time to go beyond the shibboleth that conventional forces cannot deter. an old idea, custom, or principle that you think is no longer important or suitable for modern times (used (according to the Bible) by the Gileadite people as a way of recognizing their enemies, who could not pronounce the sh properly)
shibboleth
Hence, the criterion, test, or watchword of a party; a party cry or pet phrase
shibboleth
A common or longstanding belief or custom associated with a particular group; truism, platitude
shibboleth
A common saying or belief with little current meaning or truth
shibboleth
A word which was made the criterion by which to distinguish the Ephraimites from the Gileadites
shibboleth
river, or an ear of corn The tribes living on the east of Jordan, separated from their brethren on the west by the deep ravines and the rapid river, gradually came to adopt peculiar customs, and from mixing largely with the Moabites, Ishmaelites, and Ammonites to pronounce certain letters in such a manner as to distinguish them from the other tribes Thus when the Ephraimites from the west invaded Gilead, and were defeated by the Gileadites under the leadership of Jephthah, and tried to escape by the "passages of the Jordan," the Gileadites seized the fords and would allow none to pass who could not pronounce "shibboleth" with a strong aspirate This the fugitives were unable to do They said "sibboleth," as the word was pronounced by the tribes on the west, and thus they were detected (Judg 12: 1-6) Forty-two thousand were thus detected, and
shibboleth
{i} word or pronunciation used only by members of a specific group or class; word or phrase characteristic of a particular group or ideology
shibboleth
Also in an extended sense
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