critic

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İngilizce - Türkçe
eleştirmen

Tüm eleştirmenler yeni filmi öğdü. - All the critics praised the new movie.

Müzik konusunda o, en ünlü eleştirmenlerden biridir. - With regards to music, he is one of the most famous critics.

eleştiren kimse
bir şeyin değerini öIçen kimse
{i} eleştirici

Bu kadar eleştirici olmayın. - Don't be so critical.

{i} karşı olan kimse
{i} tenkitçi, olumsuz noktalar üzerinde duran kimse
muhalif kimse
{i} muhalif

Bu yazar ABD'nin bir süper güç olarak rolünün önde gelen bir muhalifidir. - This author is a prominent critic of the role of the United States as a superpower.

Tom'un bir sürü muhalifleri vardı. - Tom had many critics.

{i} kusur bulup duran kimse
kritik

O, kritik durumdaydı. - He was in critical condition.

Kritik anlarda en güçlülerin bile zayıflara ihtiyacı vardır. - In critical moments even the very powerful have need of the weakest.

critical
ciddi

Gergedanın üç türü ciddi olarak tehlike altında. - Three species of rhinoceros are critically endangered.

criticism
eleştiri

Haksız eleştirine karşı kızgınlık hissediyorum. - I feel resentment against your unwarranted criticism.

Patron eleştirisiyle işçilere işkence yaptı. - The boss tortured the workers with his criticism.

criticizing
(Kanun) eleştirme

Eleştirmek, yapmaktan daha kolaydır. - Criticizing is easier than doing.

Başkalarını eleştirmeden önce kendi hatalarını kabul et. - Acknowledge your own faults before criticizing others.

critical
kritik

Bu kadar kritik olmayın. - Do not be so critical.

Kritik anlarda en güçlülerin bile zayıflara ihtiyacı vardır. - In critical moments even the very powerful have need of the weakest.

criticize
{f} tenkit etmek
criticism
tenkit

Onun tenkitleri yersizdi. - His criticisms were out of place.

criticize
eleştirmek

Hiç kimse ülkemi eleştirmek istemedi. - Nobody wanted to criticize my country.

Kimse ülkemi eleştirmek istemiyor. - Nobody wants to criticize my country.

critical
{s} hassas

Başkalarının eksikliklerine karşı çok hassasınız. - You are too critical of others' shortcomings.

critical
{s} eleştirici

Bu kadar eleştirici olmayın. - Don't be so critical.

criticize
eleştir

Cumhuriyetçi Parti liderleri Başkan Hayes'i eleştirdi. - Republican Party leaders criticized President Hayes.

O, vergileri artırdığı için eleştirildi. - He was criticized for raising taxes.

movie critic
Sinema eleştirmeni
criticize
değerini ölçmek
criticize
yermek
critical
eleştirel

Ben çok eleştirel olabileceğimi düşünmekteyim. - I've been thinking that I may have been too critical.

Eleştirel düşünme nedir? - What is critical thinking?

critical
kriz hali
criticize
eleştiride bulunmak
criticize
eleştiri getirmek
criticize
kritiğini yapmak
criticize
eleştir/kusur bul
being a critic
eleştirmenlik
critical
kusur bulan
critical
{s} eleştirel, değerlendirme amacıyla yapılan
critical
kusur bulmaya meyilli
critical
çok önemli
critical
{s} tenkitçi; kusur bulmaya meyilli; kusur bulmak amacıyla söylenen/yapılan
critical
(Bilgisayar) önemli
criticism
eleştirmenlik
criticism
kusur bulma
criticism
olumsuz eleştiri

Olumsuz eleştirileri nasıl değerlendiriyorsunuz? - How do you deal with the negative criticism?

criticize
azarlamak
criticize
kritik etmek
criticize
ayıplamak
criticize
kritize
criticize
{f} kusur bulmak
critics
eleştirmen

Eleştirmenler oyunun çok azını düşündüler. - Critics thought little of the play.

Tüm eleştirmenler yeni filmi öğdü. - All the critics praised the new movie.

critical
tehlikeli
critical
eleştiren
critical
eleştiri niteliğinde
criticism
kritik
critics
eleştiri

Eleştiriler krizi çözmez. - Critics do not solve the crisis.

critical
{s} titiz

O benim hakkımda titizdi. - He was critical of me.

criticize
{f} -i tenkit etmek, -de kusur bulmak, -in olumsuz noktaları üzerinde durmak
criticize
{f} eleştirmek, tenkit etmek, değerini belirtmek için -i
criticize
kınamak
criticism
tenkid
critics
eleştirmenler
food critic
Yemek eleştirmeni
restaurant critic
Yemek eleştirmeni (yazar)
an armchair critic
(deyim) isin icinde olamyip oturdugu yerden elestiren kisi
art critic
sanat eleştirmeni

Tom bir sanat eleştirmenidir. - Tom is an art critic.

Tom bir sanat eleştirmeni ve tarihçidir. - Tom is an art critic and historian.

critical
dönüşül
critical
buhranlı vahim
critical
dönüm noktasınacritical condition buhranlı durum
critical
(Nükleer Bilimler) kritik,kritik ortam
critical
tenkit eğilimli
critical
(Tıp) Hastalık nöbetiyle ilgili, kriz'le ilgili
critical
tahlili
critical
çözümsel
critical
eleştirmeli
critical
eleştiri mahiyetinde
critical
critical mass uranyum gibi radyoaktif elemanların fasıl
critical
(Tıp) Yaş dönümü ile ilgili, menopoz devresine ait
criticism
eleştirme
criticism
eleştirmecilik
criticism
kınama
criticism
eleştirim
criticism
(Askeri) TENKİT, ELEŞTİRİ
criticism
eleştiricilik
İngilizce - İngilizce
An opponent
One who criticizes; a person who finds fault
A person who appraises the works of others
A specialist in judging works of art
{i} person who criticizes; person who reviews the quality and content (of books, plays, etc.)
{n} one skilled in criticism, a nice censurer
{a} nice, judicious, keen, exact, indicating the crisis of a disease
One who passes a rigorous or captious judgment; one who censures or finds fault; a harsh examiner or judge; a caviler; a carper
n   A person who boasts himself hard to please because nobody
An act of criticism; a critique
A person who appraises on the works of others
One skilled in judging of the merits of literary or artistic works; a connoisseur; an adept; hence, one who examines literary or artistic works, etc
someone who frequently finds fault or makes harsh and unfair judgments
A precedence used for critical intelligence record traffic This information includes but is not limited to strong indications of the imminent outbreak of hostilities of any type, aggression of any nature against a country, or indication or use of NBC weapons
Someone who is a critic of a person or system disapproves of them and criticizes them publicly. Her critics accused her of caring only about success
one who evaluates, as in: The critic gave the new movie a favorable review
1) After a rave review, a font of wisdom and authority; 2) After a damning review, a fool who wouldn't know if his hair was on fire From Samela Harris
A critic is a person who writes about and expresses opinions about things such as books, films, music, or art. The New York critics had praised her performance. = reviewer
The art of criticism
A process within ArgoUML that provides suggestions as to how the design might be improved Suggestions are based on principles within three theories of cognitive psychology, reflection-in action, opportunistic design and comprehension and problem solving See Also Reflection-in-Action, Opportunistic Design, Comprehension and Problem Solving
a person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art
someone who frequently finds fault or makes harsh and unfair judgments anyone who expresses a reasoned judgment of something a person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art
To criticise; to play the critic
and passes judgment upon them; a reviewer
Of or pertaining to critics or criticism; critical
anyone who expresses a reasoned judgment of something
critical
Pertaining to, or indicating, a crisis or turning point

This is a critical moment.

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Relating to criticism or careful analysis, such as literary or film criticism

The movie was a critical success, but bombed at the box-office.

critical
Likely to go out of control if disturbed, that is, opposite of stable

The political situation was so critical that the government declared the state of siege.

critical
Of a patient condition involving unstable vital signs and a prognosis that predicts the condition could worsen; or, a patient condition that requires urgent treatment in an intensive care or critical care medical facility

The patient's condition is critical.

criticize
to find fault (with something)
criticize
to evaluate (something), and judge its merits and faults
criticizing
{i} act of giving an evaluation of good and bad qualities; process of commenting; act of expressing disapproval of someone or something (also criticising)
critical
{a} nice, judicious, keen, exact, indicating the crisis of a disease
criticism
{n} the act or art of judging accurately, discriminating remarks, censure
criticize
find fault, make judgments

criticize= revealing or pointing out wrong or foulty points, maybe not making a judgement (considering living in democracy and freedom, unless it is a Monocracy).

food critic
The terms food critic, food writer, and restaurant critic can all be used to describe a writer who analyses food or restaurants and then publishes the results of their findings. While these terms are not strictly synonymous they are often used interchangeably, at least in some circumstances. Those who share their opinions via food columns in newspapers and magazines are known as food columnists
restaurant critic
The terms food critic, food writer, and restaurant critic can all be used to describe a writer who analyses food or restaurants and then publishes the results of their findings. While these terms are not strictly synonymous they are often used interchangeably, at least in some circumstances. Those who share their opinions via food columns in newspapers and magazines are known as food columnists
Criticism
stab
armchair critic
{i} person who collects as much information as possible and having no direct experience at all who gives advice
art critic
a critic of paintings
art critic
one who judges and interprets the relative merits of works of art
critical
Pertaining to, or indicating, a crisis, turning point, or specially important juncture
critical
A critical approach to something involves examining and judging it carefully. We need to become critical text-readers the critical analysis of political ideas. + critically criti·cal·ly Wyman watched them critically
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The use of the word critical in this Plan does not connote regulatory category as it does when used by agencies responsible for wildlife populations
critical
The most serious of the four severity levels you can define for a threshold Typically, critical events indicate a condition that must be addressed immediately because it is affecting system performance
critical
the flow condition at which point the water velocity equals the wave speed
critical
marked by a tendency to find and call attention to errors and flaws; "a critical attitude" characterized by careful evaluation and judgment; "a critical reading"; "a critical dissertation"; "a critical analysis of Melville's writings" being in or verging on a state of crisis or emergency; "a critical shortage of food"; "a critical illness"; "an illness at the critical stage" at or of a point at which a property or phenomenon suffers an abrupt change especially having enough mass to sustain a chain reaction; "a critical temperature of water is 100 degrees C--its boiling point at standard atmospheric pressure"; "critical mass"; "go critical" forming or having the nature of a turning point or crisis; "a critical point in the campaign"; "the critical test" urgently needed; absolutely necessary; "a critical element of the plan"; "critical medical supplies"; "vital for a healthy society"; "of vital interest" of or involving or characteristic of critics or criticism; "critical acclaim
critical
at or of a point at which a property or phenomenon suffers an abrupt change especially having enough mass to sustain a chain reaction; "a critical temperature of water is 100 degrees C--its boiling point at standard atmospheric pressure"; "critical mass"; "go critical"
critical
necessary
critical
If a person is critical or in a critical condition in hospital, they are seriously ill. Ten of the injured are said to be in critical condition. + critically criti·cal·ly She was critically ill
critical
urgently needed; absolutely necessary; "a critical element of the plan"; "critical medical supplies"; "vital for a healthy society"; "of vital interest"
critical
characterized by careful evaluation and judgment; "a critical reading"; "a critical dissertation"; "a critical analysis of Melville's writings"
critical
a good thing if it's a hit to your opponent
critical
Characterized by thoroughness and a reference to principles, as becomes a critic; as, a critical analysis of a subject
critical
Qualified to criticise, or pass judgment upon, literary or artistic productions
critical
a Logical Drive is in a "critical" state if it has been configured at RAID level 1, 3, 5, or 0+1; and one (and only one) of its drives is not "online " A logical drive is considered "critical" because any failure of another of its drives may result in a loss of data Note: I/O operation can only be performed with system drives that are online or critical
critical
habitat--For listed species, specific parts of the geographic area occupied by a federally listed species that have physical and biological features essential to conserving the species, and that may require special management consideration or protection; also specific areas outside the geographical area occupied by a species but essential for its conservation Designated critical habitats are described in 50 CFR 17 and 226
critical
of or involving or characteristic of critics or criticism; "critical acclaim
critical
Pertaining to criticism or the critic's art; of the nature of a criticism; accurate; as, critical knowledge; a critical dissertation
critical
A critical situation is very serious and dangerous. The German authorities are considering an airlift if the situation becomes critical Its day-to-day finances are in a critical state. + critically criti·cal·ly Moscow is running critically low on food supplies
critical
being in or verging on a state of crisis or emergency; "a critical shortage of food"; "a critical illness"; "an illness at the critical stage"
critical
Inclined to find fault or criticize; fastidious; captious; censorious; exacting
critical
of or involving or characteristic of critics or criticism; "critical acclaim"
critical
Characterized by careful judgment and specified methods used to weigh evidence and arrive at sound, defensible conclusions; from the Greek krino, to judge Scholarly study of the Bible is called "critical" whereas devotional or "in the pews" Bible study is called "uncritical" or "pre-critical " Biblical criticism is the critical study of biblical texts; "text criticism," "literary criticism," and "canonical criticism" each refer to a particular focus and method of biblical criticism
critical
Inclined to make nice distinctions, or to exercise careful judgment and selection; exact; nicely judicious
critical
marked by a tendency to find and call attention to errors and flaws; "a critical attitude"
critical
forming or having the nature of a turning point or crisis; "a critical point in the campaign"; "the critical test"
critical
Of the point (in temperature, reagent concentration etc.) where a nuclear or chemical reaction becomes self-sustaining
critical
Relating to literary criticism and related kinds of criticism
critical
Exercising or involving careful judgement or evaluation, e g , judging the feasibility of an idea or product
critical
Pertaining to, or indicating, a crisis, turning point, or specially important juncture; important as regards consequences; hence, of doubtful issue; attended with risk; dangerous; as, the critical stage of a fever; a critical situation
critical
Anything which is essential A form of illness which is life threatening See critical illness insurance
critical
Kant's lifelong approach to philosophy which distinguishes be負ween different perspectives and then uses such distinctions to settle otherwise unresolvable disputes The Critical approach is not primarily negative, but is an attempt to adjudicate quarrels by showing the ways in which both sides have a measure of validity, once their perspective is properly understood Kant's system of Critical philosophy emphasizes the importance of examin虹ng the structure and limitations of reason itself
critical
A critical time, factor, or situation is extremely important. The incident happened at a critical point in the campaign He says setting priorities is of critical importance How you finance a business is critical to the success of your venture. = crucial + critically criti·cal·ly Economic prosperity depends critically on an open world trading system It was a critically important moment in his career
critical
used to describe a factor, component, process, issue or decision in an engineering activity requiring analysis and judgement from which other consequences follow; an entity or operation that must be successfully implemented or completed to ensure that a more complex operation or system can function: failure of the critical entity or operation compromises the whole
critical
If something or someone receives critical acclaim, critics say that they are very good. The film met with considerable critical and public acclaim. adj. critical mass critical point critical theory critical care unit
critical
Inclined to criticise or find fault; fastidious; captious; censorious; exacting
critical
(adj)
critical
To be critical of someone or something means to criticize them. His report is highly critical of the trial judge He has apologised for critical remarks he made about the referee. + critically criti·cal·ly She spoke critically of Lara
critical
Damage inflicted (by a player or monster) that easily stands above damage normally done by the same source (i e "Adult Reedshark impales you for 28 points of piercing damage" as opposed to 4 or 5 )
critical
{s} judgmental; important, crucial
critical
Extremely important
critical
Likely to "runaway" if disturbed, i.e. opposite of stable
criticism
= A correction suggested by a rating or auditing bureau to an insurer
criticism
a written evaluation of a work of literature disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings; "the senator received severe criticism from his opponent
criticism
The art, process, or principles used to analyze and judge literary or artistic works
criticism
Criticism is the action of expressing disapproval of something or someone. A criticism is a statement that expresses disapproval. This policy had repeatedly come under strong criticism on Capitol Hill The criticism that the English do not truly care about their children was often voiced. praise
criticism
the evaluative or interpretive work written by professional interpreters of texts It is "criticism" not because it is negative or corrective, but rather because those who write criticism ask hard, analytical, crucial or "critical" questions about the works they read Close Window
criticism
Criticism is a serious examination and judgment of something such as a book or play. She has published more than 20 books including novels, poetry and literary criticism. art criticism literary criticism New Criticism
criticism
{i} disapproval, censure; critique
criticism
The rules and principles which regulate the practice of the critic; the art of judging with knowledge and propriety of the beauties and faults of a literary performance, or of a production in the fine arts; as, dramatic criticism
criticism
a written evaluation of a work of literature
criticism
- judgment engaged in discriminating among values
criticism
The act of criticising; a critical judgment passed or expressed; a critical observation or detailed examination and review; a critique; animadversion; censure
criticism
Kant gave this name to his idealist philosophy, considering the criticism of man's cognitive ability to be the purpose of that philosophy Kant's criticism led him to the conviction that human reason cannot know the nature of things
criticism
a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated" a written evaluation of a work of literature disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings; "the senator received severe criticism from his opponent
criticism
In the context of this book, criticism refers to essays or articles by professionals commenting on or critiquing the work of others, whether it’s film, art, or literature
criticism
Evaluation of a piece of literature
criticism
disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings; "the senator received severe criticism from his opponent"
criticism
a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
criticism
When used in biblical scholarship in such phrases as biblical criticism, higher criticism, and form criticism, it means evaluating evidence to arrive at a reasoned judgment concerning the matter under investigation; it does not imply that the reader is taking a negative or "criticizing" position over against the Bible; our textbook suggests that critique may be a better term to use
criticisms
plural of criticism
criticize
{f} disapprove, censure, find fault
criticize
act as a critic; "Those who criticize others often are not perfect, either
criticize
act as a critic; "Those who criticize others often are not perfect, either"
criticize
criti·cize criticizes criticizing criticized in BRIT, also use criticise If you criticize someone or something, you express your disapproval of them by saying what you think is wrong with them. His mother had rarely criticized him or any of her children The minister criticised the police for failing to come up with any leads praise
criticize
find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"
criticizing
present participle of criticize
critics
plural of critic
critics
Writers who generally tell you more about themselves than what they are nominally writing about
critics
A computational mechanism that gives context-sensitive advice regarding a product under development Critics needs a metric to evaluate the quality of a solution Specific classes of critics are: generic critics, specific critics, interpretive critics, pluralistic critics
critics
The Critics are the oldest, most educated and most affluent segment Critics also have low interest in Lottery games The negative attitudes of the Critics are not driven by the perception that the odds of winning are low, but rather by their belief that there are better ways to invest their money and be successful They acknowledge that they would have a better life if they were to win one of the big jackpots, but they feel that even if they would play the Arizona Lottery more often, they would never win a big prize Because of their belief that playing the Lottery is a waste of money, they also "kick" themselves after they lose when they are drawn in to play one of the games
drama critic
a critic of theatrical performances
drama critic
one who assesses and reviews theatrical performances
film critic
movie critic, cinema critic
literary critic
critic of literature
literary critic
a critic of literature
music critic
a critic of musical performances
newspaper critic
a critic who writes a column for the newspapers
critic