carnival

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} karnaval

Rio karnavalı şubat ayında yapılır. - Rio's carnival is held in February.

Bu gece Tom'la karnavala gittiğini düşünüyordum. - I thought you were going to the carnival with Tom tonight.

{i} gezici sirk veya fuar
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) karnaval (bak)
{i} festival
şenlik
{i} eğlence
{i} büyük spor olayı
Katolik ve Ortodokslann büyük perhizden önce gelen eğlence zamanı
dinsel eğlence
notting hill carnival
tepe karnaval Notting
İngilizce - İngilizce
The season just before the beginning of the Roman Catholic season of Lent, when New Orleans has its Mardi Gras carnival
A festive occasion marked by parades and sometimes special foods and other entertainment

When the carnival came to town, every one wanted some cotton candy.

at Rome and Naples, during a few days (three to ten) before Lent, ending with Shrove Tuesday
The season immediately preceding Lent; shrove-tide Ducange gives the word carne-levale (Modern Italian, carnovále; Spanish and French, carnaval ) Italis, carnevale, carnovale, carnaval Quidam scriptores Itali “carne-vale” dictum putant, quasi carne vale (good-by meat); sed id etymon non probat Octav Ferrarius Cangius appellasse Gallos existimat, carn-a-val, quod sonat caro abscedit [We are referred to a charter, dated 1195, in which occurs the word carne-lcvamen, and a quotation is given in which occurs the phrase in carnis levamen ] - Ducange, vol ii p 222
A carnival is a public festival during which people play music and sometimes dance in the streets
{i} festival, pageant, public celebration
A universal word signifying the time from Twelfth Night (the Feast of the Epiphany, Jan 6) through midnight on Mardi Gras Carnival is celebrated in predominantly Catholic areas world
a festival marked by merrymaking and processions
a frenetic disorganized (and often comic) disturbance suggestive of a circus or carnival; "it was so funny it was a circus"; "the whole occasion had a carnival atmosphere"
A carnival is a travelling show which is held in a park or field and at which there are machines to ride on, entertainments, and games. Final celebration before the fasting and austerity of Lent in some Roman Catholic regions. The most famous and probably most exuberant carnival is that of Rio de Janeiro, which is celebrated with masked balls, costumes, and parades; the best-known U.S. celebration is Mardi Gras in New Orleans. The first day of carnival season varies with local traditions, but carnival usually ends on Shrove Tuesday, the day before the start of Lent
a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc
a festival marked by merrymaking and processions a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc
Carnival is the festival which takes place just before the beginning of the Christian Lenten season The last day of the festival, Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday (Lent begins the following day, Ash Wednesday), is well-known It is celebrated throughout the Caribbean, in Brazil, and in New Orleans
a parade group masquerading, especially when overstepping the bounds of decorum; a time of riotous excess
Any merrymaking, feasting, or masquerading, especially when overstepping the bounds of decorum; a time of riotous excess
comic good times marked by special events
A ritual reversal of a social hierarchy
A festival celebrated with merriment and revelry in Roman Gatholic countries during the week before Lent, esp
The season immediately preceding Lent; shrove-tide Ducange gives the word carne-levale (Modern Italian, carnovále; Spanish and French, carnaval ) Italis, carnevale, carnovale, carnaval Quidam scriptores Itali “carne-vale” dictum putant, quasi carne vale (good-by meat); sed id etymon non probat Octav Ferrarius Cangius appellasse Gallos existimat, carn-a-val, quod sonat caro abscedit [We are referred to a charter, dated 1195, in which occurs the word carne-lcvamen, and a quotation is given in which occurs the phrase in carnis levamen ] - Ducange, vol ii p 222
carnival glass
A type of glassware dating from the early 20th century, notable for lustrous colors

Consider, for example, the phenomenon of carnival glass. Known also as taffeta glass, it got its more popular name from the fact it was once given away as prizes in carnivals.

Carnival of Rio
festival in Brazil which has a parade of different schools of Samba dancing
Notting Hill Carnival
a street carnival that takes place in the Notting Hill area of West London in August every year, mostly involving black people and famous for the colourful costumes worn and the steel band music played
Purim carnival
festivities of the Jewish holiday of Purim
carnivals
plural of carnival
carnival