brilliantly

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ışıl ışıl
pırıl pırıl
parlak bir şekilde

Tom'un planı parlak bir şekilde çalıştı. - Tom's plan worked brilliantly.

(zarf) ışıl ışıl
brilliant
nefis
brilliant
parlak

Parlak bir gelecek onun önünde uzanıyor. - A brilliant future lay before him.

Parlak bir fikir ileri sürdüm. - I've come up with a brilliant idea.

brilliant
zeki

Onların hepsi zekice yaptı. - They all did brilliantly.

Tom'un zeki olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think Tom is brilliant.

brilliant
berrak
brilliant
pırlanta
brilliant
dahice

Griffith'in orkestrayı dahice yönettiğini düşünüyorum. - I think Griffith conducts the orchestra brilliantly.

brilliant
göz kamaştırıcı

Kesinlikle göz kamaştırıcıydı. - It was absolutely brilliant.

brilliant
{s} dâhice, parlak
brilliant
harikulade
brilliant
enfes
brilliant
pırıl pırıl
brilliant
şaşaalı
brilliant
mükemmel

Sağlığı pahasına mükemmel bir bilim adamı oldu. - He became a brilliant scholar but only at the expense of his health.

Tom'un fikri mükemmel. - Tom's idea is brilliant.

brilliant
ışıl ışıl
brilliant
hayranlık uyandırıcı
brilliant
harika
brilliant
{s} parlak zekâlı

Senin parlak zekalı olduğunu düşünmüştüm. - I thought you were brilliant.

Tom parlak zekâlı genç bir bilim adamıdır. - Tom is a brilliant young scientist.

brilliant
{s} keskin zekâlı

Işık sesten daha hızlı ilerler bu sebeple bazı insanlar aptalca ses çıkarmadan önce keskin zekalı görünürler. - It is because light travels faster than sound that some people look brilliant before sounding stupid.

brilliant
üç puntoluk harf
brilliant
{s} parlak, göz alıcı
brilliant
{s} görkemli

Herkes onu görkemli bir piyanist olarak tanıdı. - Everyone recognized him as a brilliant pianist.

Sen görkemli bir iş yaptın. - You've done a brilliant job.

brilliant
brilliantlyparlak bir şekilde
brilliant
harika/parlak
İngilizce - İngilizce
In a brilliant manner
in an extremely intelligent way; "he solved the problem brilliantly" with brightness; "the stars shone brilliantly"; "the windows glowed jewel bright
with brightness; "the stars shone brilliantly"; "the windows glowed jewel bright"
with brightness; "the stars shone brilliantly"; "the windows glowed jewel bright
wonderfully, splendidly; radiantly; intelligently
in an extremely intelligent way; "he solved the problem brilliantly"
brilliant
magnificent or wonderful (primarily UK usage)
brilliant
highly intelligent

She is a brilliant scientist.

brilliant
{s} outstanding, splendid, shining; clever, very intelligent
brilliant
{n} a fine diamond
brilliant
{a} shining, sparkling
brilliant
Very clear (and transparent in white wines) appearance with no visible particulates or suspensions May be sign of flavor deficiency in heavily filtered wines
brilliant
Describes a wine that has a shining, clean appearance, with luminous reflections
brilliant
clear and sharp and ringing; "the bright sound of the trumpet section"; "the brilliant sound of the trumpets"
brilliant
Great
brilliant
used to describe the flashy luster of a coin
brilliant
A diamond or other gem of the finest cut, formed into faces and facets, so as to reflect and refract the light, by which it is rendered more brilliant
brilliant
Describes the appearance of very clear wines with absolutely no visible suspended or particulate matter Not always a plus, as it can indicate a highly filtered wine
brilliant
of surpassing excellence; "a brilliant performance"; "a superb actor
brilliant
A clear and bright - as opposed to cloudy - appearance
brilliant
having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence; "some men dislike brainy women"; "a brilliant mind"; "a brilliant solution to the problem"
brilliant
A kind of cotton goods, figured on the weaving
brilliant
The smallest size of type used in England printing
brilliant
A brilliant person, idea, or performance is extremely clever or skilful. She had a brilliant mind It was his brilliant performance in `My Left Foot' that established his reputation. + brilliantly bril·liant·ly It is a very high quality production, brilliantly written and acted. + brilliance bril·liance He was a deeply serious musician who had shown his brilliance very early
brilliant
You describe light, or something that reflects light, as brilliant when it shines very brightly. The event was held in brilliant sunshine + brilliantly bril·liant·ly It's a brilliantly sunny morning. + brilliance bril·liance His eyes became accustomed to the dark after the brilliance of the sun outside
brilliant
You can say that something is brilliant when you are very pleased about it or think that it is very good. If you get a chance to see the show, do go -- it's brilliant My sister's given me this brilliant book. = great awful + brilliantly bril·liant·ly It's extremely hard working together but on the whole it works brilliantly and we're still good friends
brilliant
Distinguished by qualities which excite admiration; splendid; shining; as, brilliant talents
brilliant
both light and saturated
brilliant
A coin with full luster, unimpeded by toning, or impeded only by extremely light toning
brilliant
having a sharp, clear tone
brilliant
full of light; shining intensely; "a brilliant star"; "brilliant chandeliers" characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur; "the brilliant court life at Versailles"; "a glorious work of art"; "magnificent cathedrals"; "the splendid coronation ceremony" of surpassing excellence; "a brilliant performance"; "a superb actor
brilliant
It is said of a perfectly clear white wine
brilliant
of surpassing excellence; "a brilliant performance"; "a superb actor"
brilliant
A brilliant career or success is very successful. He served four years in prison, emerging to find his brilliant career in ruins The raid was a brilliant success. + brilliantly bril·liant·ly The strategy worked brilliantly
brilliant
A brilliant colour is extremely bright. a brilliant white open-necked shirt. + brilliantly bril·liant·ly Many of the patterns show brilliantly coloured flowers. + brilliance bril·liance an iridescent blue butterfly in all its brilliance
brilliant
of surpassing excellence (primarily UK usage)
brilliant
Untoned Without tarnish or oxidation, and with original cartwheel (i e frosty) or prooflike lustre A copper coin is usually referred to as brilliant if it has full original red A silver, nickel or gold coin is usually described as brilliant if it has no toning or oxidation (although it may have some spots or light toning hues about the periphery), and its original lustre is more or less intact
brilliant
It has at the middle, or top, a principal face, called the table, which is surrounded by a number of sloping facets forming a bizet; below, it has a small face or collet, parallel to the table, connected with the girdle by a pavilion of elongated facets
brilliant
characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur; "the brilliant court life at Versailles"; "a glorious work of art"; "magnificent cathedrals"; "the splendid coronation ceremony"
brilliant
Sparkling with luster; glittering; very bright; as, a brilliant star
brilliant
full of light; shining intensely; "a brilliant star"; "brilliant chandeliers"
brilliant
shining brightly
brilliant
It is thus distinguished from the rose diamond, which is entirely covered with facets on the surface, and is flat below
brilliant
An energetic, light and "floating" horse who moves with spirit, presence and beauty
brilliant
having striking color; "bright greens"; "brilliant tapestries"; "a bird with vivid plumage"
brilliant
a finely cut gemstone, especially a diamond, having many facets
brilliant
Very clear (and transparent in white wines) appearance with no visible particulates or suspensions May be sign of flavour deficiency in heavily filtered wines
brilliantly