autography

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} asıl nüsha
{i} otografi
{i} baskı tekniği
autograph
(ünlü) birinin imzası
autograph
(kitap/vb.) imzalamak
autograph
ünlü birinin imzası
autograph
birinin kendi el yazısı
autograph
kendi el yazısı ile imza atmak
autograph
Bir kimsenin kendi el yazısı; muharririn kendi eliyle yazılmış yazı veya müsvedde; bir kimsenin kendi el yazısı ile imzası
autograph
imza

Lütfen bu kitabı imzalar mısınız? - Would you please autograph this book?

İmzanızı alabilir miyim? - Could I get your autograph?

autograph
otograf
autograph
imzalamak
autograph
kendi el yazısı

Tom tiyatronun önünde kendi el yazısıyla imza atıyordu. - Tom was signing autographs in front of the theater.

autograph
yazarın kendi el yazması
autograph
otograf baskı yapmak
autograph
imza vermek
autograph
bir kimsenin kendi el yazısı ile imzası
autograph
imzala

Tom konserden sonra kendi el yazılarını imzaladı. - After the concert, Tom signed autographs.

Lütfen bu kitabı imzalar mısın? - Could you please autograph this book?

autograph
muharririn kendi eliyle yazılmış yazı veya müsvedde
autograph
{i} imza; bir kimsenin el yazısı
İngilizce - İngilizce
writing in one's own handwriting
{i} person's own handwriting; autographs considered collectively; science of autographs
A process in lithography by which a writing or drawing is transferred from paper to stone
The science of autographs; a person's own handwriting; an autograph
autograph
To write something in one's own handwriting
autograph
To sign, or write one’s name or signature on a book etc
autograph
A manuscript in the author’s handwriting
autograph
A person’s own handwriting, especially the signature of a famous or admired person
autograph
Written in the author’s own handwriting
autograph
{n} an original writing, exact copy
autograph
An autograph is the signature of someone famous which is specially written for a fan to keep. He went backstage and asked for her autograph
autograph
Written in the authors own handwriting
autograph
Stem The original manuscript produced by an author and given out for copying
autograph
Anything (not just the signature) written by the author of the book
autograph
mark with one's signature; "The author autographed his book"
autograph
That which is written with one's own hand; an original manuscript; a person's own signature or handwriting
autograph
The author's signature, typically found on the title page or flyleaf of a book
autograph
something written by one's own hand
autograph
a person's own signature
autograph
If someone famous autographs something, they put their signature on it. I autographed a copy of one of my books. an autographed photo of Clark Gable. a famous person's signature that they give to someone who admires them (autographum, from autographus , from , from auto- ( AUTO-) + -graphos ). if a famous person autographs a book, photograph etc, they sign it. Any manuscript handwritten by its author; in common usage, a handwritten signature. Aside from its value as a collector's item, an early or corrected draft of a work may show its stages of composition or "correct" final version. The earliest autograph signature of a famous person is probably the Cid's, dated 1096. There exist autographs of most of the great Renaissance figures, including Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Ludovico Ariosto. Since the 18th century, autograph material of notable people in the arts, sciences, or public life has been more abundant
autograph
This is the technical name for the original manuscripts We no longer have any
autograph
{i} person's handwritten signature
autograph
something written by one's own hand mark with one's signature; "The author autographed his book
autograph
In one's own handwriting; as, an autograph letter; an autograph will
autograph
A signature written by the individual to whom it belongs Do not confuse with the subscribed attestation of an individual recorded by a scribe or notary, such as a witness in a legal document [See also HOLOGRAPH]
autograph
To write something in ones own handwriting
autograph
A manuscript in the authors handwriting
autograph
An original writing of a biblical document The original manuscript written
autograph
{f} sign one's name by hand, write one's name on (photo, book, etc.)
autograph
Something written in a person's own handwriting, esp his signature
autograph
A persons own signature or handwriting
autograph
To sign, or write ones name or signature on a book etc
autography

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    au·tog·ra·phy

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    Etimoloji

    [ 'o-t&-"graf ] (noun.) circa 1644. Late Latin autographum, from Latin, neuter of autographus written with one's own hand, from Greek autographos, from aut- + -graphos written; more at -GRAPH.

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