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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} klasik

Ben klasik müziği çok severim. - I like classical music very much.

Sadece klasik müziği değil aynı zamanda jazzı da severim. - I like not only classical music but also jazz.

{s} mükemmel
{s} klasik biçimde olan
{s} eski dile ait
{s} hümanist
{s} klas

Ben klasik müziği çok severim. - I like classical music very much.

Klasik müzik dinlemeyi severim. - I like to listen to classical music.

eski dilehümanist
{s} olağanüstü
classic
{s} klasik

Ne kadar pahalı olursa olsun, o klasik arabayı almak istiyorum. - I want to get that classic car no matter how expensive it is.

Qipao 17.yüzyıl Çin'inde yaratılmış klasik kadın giysisidir. - The qipao is a classic female garment that originated in 17th century China.

classical ballet
klasik bale
classical music
klasik müzik
classical antiquity
klasik antikite
classical conditioning
klasik koşullanma
classical democratic theory
klasik demokratik kuram
classical dichotomy
klasik ikilem
classical economists
klasik,ekonomistler
classical elitism
klasik elitizm
classical era
klasik çağ
classical organizational theory
klasik örgüt kuramı
classical period
klasik dönem
classical school for economics
klasik iktisat okulu
classical theory
klasik teori
classical education
hümanist eğitim
classical music
klasik müziği
classical scholar
yunan ve latin edebiyatı bilgini
classical scholar
hümanist
classic, conventional, classical
Geleneksel, klasik klasik
classic
tipik
classic
klasik yapıt
classic
birinci sınıf
classic
bilinen
neo classical
klasik neo
neo classical
neo-klasik
classic
{i} üstünlüğü kabullenilmiş olan sanatçı
classic
klas

Klasik müzik dinlemeyi severim. - I like to listen to classical music.

Ben klasik müziği sevmiyorum. - I don't like classical music.

classic
edebi ve tarihi değeri olan
classic
klasik eser
classic
klasikleri iy
classic
{s} alışılmış olan
classic
{s} kaliteli
classic
{s} değerini yitirmeyen
classic
{i} değerini kanıtlamış yapıt
classic
{s} geleneksel
classic
klasik eserler vermiş olan yazar
classic
{s} mükemmel

Çin Klasiklerinde sadece birkaç öğrenci mükemmel notlar alır. - Only a few students get perfect grades in Chinese Classics.

classic
{i} klasikleri iyi bilen kimse
classic
belirli sanat ve bilim kurallarına uygun
classic
{i} klasik eserler yazan yazar
the classical languages
eski diller
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of or pertaining to established principles in a discipline

Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get; what you get is classical alpha-taxonomy which is, very largely and for sound reasons, in disrepute today.

Of or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, especially to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds
Conforming to the best authority in literature and art; chaste; pure; refined; as, a classical style
Of or relating to the first class or rank, especially in literature or art
Describing European music and musicians of the late 18th and early 19th centuries'
{a} relating to standard-authors of the first rank
> Deriving inspiration from the study of classical antiquity This term can be applied in a general sense from the late 15th-18th centuries, although the 18th century form is better described as Neo-classical (q v )
Relating to the culture of ancient Greece and Rome (classical Antiquity) The classical world played a profoundly important role in the Renaissance, with Italian scholars, writers, and artists seeing their own period as the rebirth (the "renaissance") of classical values after the Middle Ages The classical world was considered the golden age for the arts, literature, philosophy, and politics Concepts of the classical, however, changed greatly from one period to the next Roman literature provided the starting point in the 14th century, scholars patiently finding, editing and translating a wide range of texts In the 15th century Greek literature, philosophy and art - together with the close study of the remains of Roman buildings and sculptures-expanded the concept of the classical and ensured it remained a vital source of ideas and inspiration
In physics and mathematical physics, the term classical sometimes has the narrow meaning of non-quantum; equations of motion interpreted by means of ordinary dynamical systems rather than statistical quantum rules
Revival [n] style of furniture and architecture popular in the United States from about 1800-1850 The ornament and decorative motifs were borrowed from the Ancient Greeks and Romans
Characteristic of or derived from the literary and artistic standards, principles, and methods of the ancient Greeks and Romans; designating or of a specified area or course of study that is or has been standard and traditionally authoritative, not new, recent, and experimental
used here as the term for Greek and Roman architecture and any subsequent styles inspired by it
Music conforming to certain form and structure Usually music composed during the period 1770-1825
A style of chess wherein each opponent attempts to control the four center squares and develops his/her pieces quickly
You use classical to describe something that is traditional in form, style, or content. Fokine did not change the steps of classical ballet; instead he found new ways of using them. the scientific attitude of Smith and earlier classical economists. modern
Of or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, esp
Classical is used to describe things which relate to the ancient Greek or Roman civilizations. the healers of ancient Egypt and classical Greece
to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds
Classical music is music that is considered to be serious and of lasting value
of or characteristic of a form or system felt to be of first significance before modern times
related to the ancient Greeks or Romans
of recognized authority or excellence; "the definitive work on Greece"; "classical methods of navigation"
Definition of Classical: Classical, according to Lucas (1998), a classical theory would have no explicit reference to preferences Contrast to neoclassical (Econterms) Terms related to Classical: Neoclassical About Com Resources on Classical: None Writing a Term Paper? Here are a few starting points for research on Classical: Books on Classical: None Journal Articles on Classical: None
Properties of Living Organisms
(Classic Revival): Utilizing the vocabulary of ancient Greek and Roman architecture
Of or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, esp. to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds
A term referring to the art and architecture of the ancient Greeks and Romans
Variously defined; generally of or pertaining to the art or culture of ancient Greece and Rome In architecture it suggests clear lines and harmonious proportions
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a term for the historical period when civilization and the arts reach a peak of refinement Also, the European style in literature, music and art of the late 18th century, thought to echo Greek and Roman art
musical period and style between the Baroque and Romantic periods; started in Italy in early 18th century and extended through early 19th century
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1 The art of ancient Greece and Rome More specifically, Classical refers to the style of Greek art that flourished during the fifth century B C 2 Any art based on a clear, rational, and regular structure, emphasizing horizontal and vertical directions, and organizing its parts with special emphasis on balance and proportion The term classic is also used to indicate recognized excellence
Generally applied to the civilizations of Greece and Rome; more specifically to Greek art and culture in the 5th and 4th centuries B C Later imitations of classical styles are called neoclassical Classical is also often used as a broad definition of excellence: a "classic" can date to any period
{s} excellent; timeless; traditional; serving as a model (in art and literature); of or pertaining to Greek and Roman antiquities
the period that followed the Baroque, roughly between 1750 and 1830 Its music was characterized by the regular occurrence of relatively short, clearly articulated phrases The Classical composers include Beethoven, Haydn, and Mozart who refined the sonata, symphony, and concerto forms (see "Classical")
The period of music history from the mid-1700's to the early 1800's; music of this time is sparer and more emotionally reserved than music if the Baroque and Romantic periods
Derived from the architecture of ancient Greece or Rome
Referring to that period from approximately 1750-1800, characterized musically by objectivity of the composer, emotional restraint, and simple harmonies
Classical Arabic
Classical Arabic (CA) is the form of the Arabic language used in literary texts in 7th to 9th centuries. It is based on the Medieval dialects of Arab tribes. It is the language of Qur'an
Classical Armenian
Another name of the Old Armenian language
Classical Chinese
The written Chinese|written Chinese]] language used from the Zhou Dynasty|Zhou Dynasty]] (1045 BCE) to the early 20th century
Classical Chinese
The written Chinese|written Chinese]] language used from the Zhou Dynasty|Zhou Dynasty]] (1045 BCE) (especially the Spring and Autumn Period|Spring and Autumn Period]]), through to the end of the Han Dynasty|Han Dynasty]] (220 CE). In Chinese, 古文 (“Ancient Writing”) or, formally, 古典漢語 (“Classical Chinese”). The language of many classics of Chinese literature
Classical Greek
The form of Ancient Greek language used during the classical period of Greek literature: approximately 600 to 300 BC. The language of the poets and philosophers: Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, Thucydides, Aristotle, etc
Classical Japanese
The Japanese language as spoken and written which was used during about 900-1200 CE and continued to be commonly used as the written language until about 1900 CE
Classical Latin
The Latin language as spoken and written in formal speeches, literature, the arts, etc., by the ancient Romans
Classical Nahuatl
The variants of the Nahuatl language spoken in Mexico at the time of the Spanish conquest
Classical Sanskrit
A codified form of Sanskrit spoken in ancient India
Classical Tupi
An extinct Tupian language which was spoken by the native Tupi people of Brazil
Classical antiquity
The Greco-Roman period of history based around Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome and the Mediterranean
Classical period
the musical period of time following the Baroque period and preceding the Romantic period, spanning 1750-c.1830
classical computer
A computer which is not a quantum computer, nor enjoys any other sort of (yet unknown) mechanism for transcending known computer science; a computer which can be modelled by a deterministic Turing machine
classical computers
plural form of classical computer
classical conditioning
The use of a neutral stimulus, originally paired with one that invokes a response, to generate a conditioned response
classical era
Any of several periods of history noted for a particular style of art, architecture, literature or music termed classical
classical guitar
a variety of guitar of Spanish origin used primarily for classical music, flamenco, and Latin American music, with six nylon (formerly gut) strings, usually played with the fingers rather than with a plectrum
classical hadrodynamics
The study of classical relativistic equations of motion for actions involving extended nucleons interacting with massive, neutral scalar and vector meson fields
classical mechanics
all of the physical laws of nature that account for the behaviour of the normal world, but break down when dealing with the very small (see quantum mechanics) or the very fast or very heavy (see relativity)
classical music
The more serious forms of European and American music, as opposed to folk music, jazz or the many forms of popular music
classical music
Music of the classical period; the music of Mozart, Haydn, etc; the musical period before the romantic
classical physics
The division of physics that encompasses the three major areas of mechanics, electrodynamics, and thermodynamics, all of which were developed prior to the establishment of quantum physics in the twentieth century. Source: Physics for Christian Schools, Second Edition
classical physics
all aspects of physics developed before the rise of quantum mechanics
classical thermodynamics
Thermodynamics that studies a thermodynamic system as an undivided whole, described by macrostate variables such as volume, pressure and temperature, instead of considering the thermodynamic system as an ensemble of moving molecules
classical unemployment
According to "classical economic theory" originally developed by Adams, Ricardo, Malthus and others in late 18th century unemployment is explained simply by the real wages being higher than the market-equilibrium wage. In modern economics unemployment is seen as a more complicated phenomenon, and the term classical unemployment is used to refer to the component of overall unemployment caused by too high wage expectations. This kind of situation is suggested to arise e.g. as a result of a too generous minimum wage law or labor union influence

Classical unemployment is the result of real wages being above their market clearing level leading to an excess supply of labour. Geoff Riley, Head of Economics, Eton College, Sept. 2006.

classical-unemployment
Attributive form of classical unemployment, noun
Classical pentecostalism
Pentecostalism or Classical Pentecostalism is a renewal movement within Christianity that places special emphasis on a direct personal experience of God through the baptism with the Holy Spirit. The term Pentecostal is derived from Pentecost, the Greek name for the Jewish Feast of Weeks. For Christians, this event commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the followers of Jesus Christ, as described in the second chapter of the Book of Acts
classical antiquity
(Tarih) Classical antiquity (also the classical era or classical period) is a broad term for a long period of cultural history centered on the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the interlocking civilizations of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome
classical era
(Tarih) Classical antiquity (also the classical era or classical period) is a broad term for a long period of cultural history centered on the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the interlocking civilizations of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome
classical period
(Tarih) Classical antiquity (also the classical era or classical period) is a broad term for a long period of cultural history centered on the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the interlocking civilizations of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome
Classical Chinese
Of or relating to Classical Chinese
Classical architecture
Architecture of ancient Greece and Rome, especially from the 5th century BC in Greece to the 3rd century AD in Rome, that emphasized the column and pediment. Greek architecture was based chiefly on the post-and-beam system, with columns carrying the load. Timber construction was superseded by construction in marble and stone. The column, a unit human in scale, was used as a module for all of a temple's proportions. The Doric order, probably the earliest, remained the favorite of the Greek mainland and western colonies. The Ionic order developed in eastern Greece; on the mainland, it was used chiefly for smaller temples and interiors. The greatest Greek architectural achievement was the Athens acropolis. By the late 5th century BC, the orders were applied to such structures as stoas and theaters. The Hellenistic Age produced more elaborate and richly decorated architecture, with often colossal buildings. Many of the great buildings were secular rather than religious, and the Ionic and especially the newer Corinthian orders were widely used. The Romans used the Greek orders and added two new ones (Tuscan and Composite); the Corinthian was by far the most popular. Roman architects used columns not only as functional bearing elements, but also as applied (engaged) decoration. Though rigidly adhering to symmetry, the Romans used a variety of spatial forms. Whereas Greek temples were isolated and almost always faced east-west, Roman temples were oriented with respect to other buildings. Roman columns carried arches as well as entablatures, permitting greater spatial freedom. The discovery of concrete enormously facilitated construction using the arch, vault, and dome, as in the Pantheon. Other public buildings included basilicas, baths (see thermae), amphitheaters, and triumphal arches. Classical architecture may also refer to architecture of later periods that employs Greek or Roman forms
classical architecture
architecture influenced by the ancient Greeks or Romans
classical ballet
a style of ballet based on precise conventional steps performed with graceful and flowing movements
classical beauty
beauty according to the ancient Greek and Roman ideals of beauty
classical book
commonly-read book, one of the fine works of literature
classical conditioning
conditioning that pairs a neutral stimulus with a stimulus that evokes a reflex; the stimulus that evokes the reflex is given whether or not the conditioned response occurs until eventually the neutral stimulus comes to evoke the reflex
classical conditioning
A process of behavior modification by which a subject comes to respond in a desired manner to a previously neutral stimulus that has been repeatedly presented along with an unconditioned stimulus that elicits the desired response
classical conditioning
teaching method based on the repeated pairing of separate stimuli in order to create an automatic response
classical economics
School of economic thought largely centred in Britain that originated with Adam Smith and reached maturity in the works of David Ricardo and John Stuart Mill. The theories of the classical school were mainly concerned with the dynamics of economic growth. Reacting against mercantilism, classical economics emphasized economic freedom. It stressed ideas such as laissez-faire and free competition. Many of the fundamental principles of classical economics were set forth in Smith's Wealth of Nations (1776), in which he argued that a nation's wealth was greatest when its citizens pursued their own self-interest. Neoclassical economists such as Alfred Marshall showed that the forces of supply and demand would ration economic resources to their most effective uses. Smith's ideas were elaborated and refined by Ricardo, who formulated the principle that the price of goods produced and sold under competitive conditions tends to be proportionate to the labour costs incurred in producing them. Mill's Principles of Political Economy (1848) gave the ideas greater currency by relating them to contemporary social conditions. Among those who have modified classical economics to reach very different conclusions are Karl Marx and John Maynard Keynes
classical latin
the language of educated people in ancient Rome; "Latin is a language as dead as dead can be
classical latin
It killed the ancient Romans--and now it's killing me
classical latin
the language of educated people in ancient Rome; "Latin is a language as dead as dead can be It killed the ancient Romans--and now it's killing me"
classical liberalism
A liberal ideology entailing a minimal role for government in order to maximize individual freedom
classical liberalism
The doctrines and policies of the traditional "liberal" (q v )
classical liberalism
Philosophy in which individuals enjoy freedom, democratic government, gradual change but little government assistance
classical literature
literature of the Greek or Roman periods
classical mechanics
the branch of mechanics based on Newton's laws of motion
classical music
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste
classical music
art music of any culture; distinguished from folk, jazz or popular music
classical music
An egocentric superiority-complex name for the area of music that stretches from Bach to Bartok and beyond Since this area of music is, in general, by far the most popular area of music worth listening to, maybe it should be called Popular Music All the Popular Music not worth listening to (including much of the stuff between Bach and Bartok and beyond) could then be called Popular Muzak (or Money Music since the financial aspect would appear to be its over-riding motive)
classical music
Practically, the term is restricted to 18th and early 19th centure music, roughly from Bach through Beethoven The works of this period are consistently performed by orchestras and so could be said to have become classics
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A broad umbrella term, usually contrasted with jazz, folk music, pop-music The "classical" tradition is best illustrated by examples: symphony, opera, chamber music [See also: JAZZ, ROCK ]
classical music
{i} instrumental music, orchestral music, music of the classical period; free expression for American and European and music of more serious type
classical mythology
the system of mythology of the Greeks and Roman together; much of Roman mythology (especially the gods) was borrowed from the Greeks
classical pathway
The activation of complement by an antigen-antibody complex
classical plays
plays written during the Greek or Roman periods
classical style
the artistic style of ancient Greek art with its emphasis on proportion and harmony
classical system
method in accordance with the classical practice
classic
exhibiting timeless quality
classic
exemplary of a particular style
classic
A perfect and/or early example of a particular style
classic
{n} an author or writer of the first rank
classically
{a} in order of classes, elegantly
classic
Classic style is simple and traditional and is not affected by changes in fashion. Wear classic clothes which feel good and look good These are classic designs which will fit in well anywhere
classic
A major, long-standing sporting event
classic
Book, which people praise, but do not read
classic
An artistic work of lasting worth
classic
An early issue, often with a connotation of rarity, although classic stamps are not necessarily rare A particularly scarce recent item may be referred to as a modern classic
classic
Refers to the user interface, Platinum Appearance, introduced in Mac OS 8 Under this architecture's design, applications share the processor and memory
classic
The OS 9 environment that runs within OS X for applications that do not function in OS X Classic applications, created to run in OS 9, are found on the Macintosh HD in the Applications (Mac OS 9) folder
classic
A classic is an apartment in a pre-war building which has a formal dining room, 1 or 2 baths and in a larger apartment, maid's room and bath A "classic 6" for example, is a 6-room apartment in a pre-war building that has a living room, formal dining room, two bedrooms, kitchen, maid's room and 2 or 3 bathrooms In the larger classics, it is common to find the smaller maids rooms combined into one larger room Frequently, pre-war buildings have been gutted and renovated, but room counts and layouts will usually be listed according to their original configuration
classic
Conforming to the best authority in literature and art; chaste; pure; refined; as, a classical style
classic
characteristic of the classical artistic and literary traditions
classic
Widely used to describe a design that has transcended the taste and fashion of its time to take on a timeless quality Design classics include the VW Beetle and the Macintosh iMac computer
classic
{i} creation that serves as an example to be followed (outstanding piece of art, excellent book, etc.); something worth remembering; something traditional
classic
Of or relating to the first class or rank, especially in literature or art
classic
HP applied the term Classic to its HP 3000 CISC models after it released its HP 3000 RISC models
classic
A book which people praise, but do not read
classic
A particular style that continues as an accepted fashion over a period of time
classic
Classics is the study of the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, especially their languages, literature, and philosophy. a Classics degree
classic
an artist who has created classic works
classic
A literary work meriting the highest praise
classic
A style that does not lose popularity over time
classic
An application environment in Mac OS X that lets you run non-Carbon legacy Mac OS software It supports programs built for both Power PC and 68K chip architectures and is fully integrated with the Finder and the other application environments
classic
{s} excellent; timeless; traditional; serving as a model (in art and literature); of or pertaining to Greek and Roman antiquities
classic
a creation of the highest excellence
classic
to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds
classic
A classic film, piece of writing, or piece of music is of very high quality and has become a standard against which similar things are judged. the classic children's film Huckleberry Finn. a classic study of the American penal system. Classic is also a noun. The record won a gold award and remains one of the classics of modern popular music. a film classic
classic
A work of acknowledged excellence and authority, or its author; originally used of Greek and Latin works or authors, but now applied to authors and works of a like character in any language
classic
a creation of the highest excellence an artist who has created classic works characteristic of the classical artistic and literary traditions adhering to established standards and principles; "a classic proof
classic
adhering to established standards and principles; "a classic proof"
classic
A classic is a book which is well-known and considered to be of a high literary standard. You can refer to such books generally as the classics. As I grow older, I like to reread the classics regularly
classic
item that continues to be popular and acceptable over a long period of time even though fashions change
classic
Of the highest class; being a model of its kind; or of having a style that is balanced, formal, objective, restrained, regular, simple, etc
classic
A classic example of a thing or situation has all the features which you expect such a thing or situation to have. The debate in the mainstream press has been a classic example of British hypocrisy His first two goals were classic cases of being in the right place at the right time. = typical Classic is also a noun. It was a classic of interrogation: first the bully, then the kind one who offers sympathy
classic
One learned in the literature of Greece and Rome, or a student of classical literature
classic
Of or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, esp
classically
Classically is used to indicate that something is based on or reminds people of the culture of ancient Greece and Rome. the classically inspired church of S. Francesco
classically
Someone who has been classically trained in something such as art, music, or ballet has learned the traditional skills and methods of that subject. Peter is a classically trained pianist
classically
In a classical manner
classically
In a classical manner; according to the manner of classical authors
classically
in the manner of Greek and Roman culture; "this exercise develops a classically shaped body
classically
in the manner of Greek and Roman culture; "this exercise develops a classically shaped body"
classically
In the manner of classes; according to a regular order of classes or sets
Türkçe - İngilizce

classical teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

taksim geçmek/yapmak classical Turkish mus
to improvise
yürük semai classical Turkish mus
1. an usul. 2. a form of vocal music sung just before the instrumental piece at the end of a fasıl
classical