cult

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} tarikat

Tom'un bir tarikata katıldığı doğru mu? - Is it true that Tom joined a cult?

Bir dinle bir tarikat arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between a religion and a cult?

{i} kült

Yunan kültürü hakkında çok şey öğrendim. - I learned a lot about Greek culture.

Bu doktor bir kültür adamıdır. - This doctor is a man of culture.

{i} mezhep
{i} tutku

Tatoeba bir tutku değildir. - Tatoeba is not a cult.

merak

Japon kültürünü merak ediyorum. - I am curious about Japanese culture.

moda
tapınma
rağbet
(Askeri) müşterek kullanımlı kara ulaştırmacılığı (common-user land transportation)
çığır
moda/sadakat/mezhep
{i} inanç
{i} heves
putperestlik
ekol
cult image
Bazı ilkel toplumlarda doğaüstü güç ve etkisi olduğuna inanılan canlı veya cansız nesne, put, tapıncak, sanem, fetiş
cult of
kültünün
cult series
kült serisi
cult statue
Bazı ilkel toplumlarda doğaüstü güç ve etkisi olduğuna inanılan canlı veya cansız nesne, put, tapıncak, sanem, fetiş
cult figure
put
cult figure
idol
cult of personality
(Politika, Siyaset) kişi kültü
cult of the self
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) benlik kültü
cults
inançlar
cargo cult
kargo kültünün
cultic
kült
cultist
Belli bir kültün ya da tarikatın takipçisi kişi
mystic cult
mistik kültü
of, or relating to the cult of the virgin mary
Ya da Meryem kültüne ilişkin
personality cult
kişi kültü
İngilizce - İngilizce
Enjoyed by a small, loyal group

a cult horror movie.

Of, or relating to a cult
A group or doctrine with religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existing on the margins of society or exploitative towards its members
Devotion to a saint
-An organized group of people devoted to beliefs and goals which are not held by the majority of society, often religious in nature In this book used to refer to an organized, covert perpetrator group
A group or doctrine with religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existent on the margins of society and/or exploitative towards its members
A religious group that follows a particular theological system In the context of Christianity, and in particular, CARM, it is a group that uses the Bible but distorts the doctrines that affect salvation sufficiently to cause salvation to be unattainable A few examples of cults are Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, Christadelphians, Unity, Religious Science, The Way International, and the Moonies (See also Cults)
an interest followed with exaggerated zeal; "he always follows the latest fads"; "it was all the rage that season"
The formal organization and practice of worship, usually associated with a sanctuary and involving a regular cycle of sacrifices, prayers, and hymns under the direction of priests and other leaders; when used in biblical studies the term is descriptive and does not imply anything dark, devilish, false, or unseemly, as is often the case in modern uses of the term
adherents of an exclusive system of religious beliefs and practices
Due to the stereotyping, this term has been abandoned by sociologists in favor of new religious movements (See 331)
A system of religious belief and worship
A religious group that follows a particular theological system In the context of Christianity it is a group that uses the Bible but distorts the doctrines that affect salvation sufficiently to cause salvation to be unattainable A few examples of cults are Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, Christadelphians, Unity, Religious Science, TheWay International, and the Moonies
Common Use Land Transportation
   the rituals and religious practices at a temple or other place of worship For instance, the cult of the Jerusalem Temple means the religious practices observed there, with no judgment about their value implied in the term
{i} system of religious rituals; extreme religious sect
Obsessive devotion or veneration for a person, principle, or ideal
a system of religious beliefs and rituals; "devoted to the cultus of the Blessed Virgin" adherents of an exclusive system of religious beliefs and practices
In modern general usage a cult is a religious group that follows a living leader who promotes new and unorthodox doctrines and practices, normally a small fringe group centered around a single charismatic individual who uses unethical forms of persuasion to manipulate followers Usually they conduct their operations in secrecy NOTE: Although some misguided opposers and ex-Witnesses bent on justifying their leaving the Truth have tried to refer to the organization of Jehovah's Witnesses as a cult, it is obvious that these accusers are uninformed or prejudiced or both There is nothing freakish about our religion or conduct We are well-known to society as model citizens, not fanatics We live and work among the community, maintain the highest moral and ethical standards, show love to our neighbors, and even to our enemies, are well-educated, adhere to the Bible, and claim no man or group of men as leader (See the outstanding cover series in [w94 2/15] )
Cult is used to describe things that are very popular or fashionable among a particular group of people. Since her death, she has become a cult figure The film is destined to become a cult classic
By its primary dictionary definition, the term cult just means a system of religious beliefs or rituals It is based on a farming term in Latin meaning cultivation Sociologists and anthropologists sometimes use the term cult to describe religious structure or belief patterns with meanings (usually non-pejorative) unique to their disciplines In modern usage, the term cult is often used by the general public to describe any religious group they view as strange or dangerous Thus, cult can describe religious leaders or organizations that employ abusive, manipulative, or illegal control over their followers' lives In addition to these usages, Christians generally have a doctrinal component to their use of the word Cult in this sense, is a counterfeit or serious deviation from the doctrines of classical Christianity (definition from the Watchman Fellowship website)
Someone or something that is a cult has become very popular or fashionable among a particular group of people. Ludlam was responsible for making Ridiculous Theatre something of a cult
A religious group with practices and teachings outside the dominant cultural and religious traditions of a society
Attentive care; homage; worship
A cult is a fairly small religious group, especially one which is considered strange. The teenager may have been abducted by a religious cult
Veneration ( or honoring ) of a saint expressed in public acts, local or universal, and formally approved by the Pope
a system of religious beliefs and rituals; "devoted to the cultus of the Blessed Virgin"
disapproval The cult of something is a situation in which people regard that thing as very important or special. Meanwhile the personality cult around this campaigner grew. cult film/band/figure etc a film, music group etc that has become very popular but only among a particular group of people. Collective veneration or worship (e.g., the cult of the saints meaning collective veneration of the saints in Roman Catholicism). In the West, the term has come to be used for groups that are perceived to have deviated from normative religions in belief and practice. They typically have a charismatic leader and attract followers who are in some way disenfranchised from the mainstream of society. Cults as thus defined are often viewed as foreign or dangerous
Cult is from the Latin [cultus] meaning to cultivate, and by extension, any group or sect which cultivates, or 'promotes growth' through their beliefs to make proselytes In modern Theological terms, the word is generally reserved for religious groups which (in contrast to classical Christianity, of having God's Word as their authority) blindly give authority to their leader These leaders are often venerated, and manipulate and control the group through their charisma, deception, fear, and even perceived power Anyone having a fanatical veneration of, or loyalty to, a human leader, animal, or thing [back]
A system of religious belief and its followers
cult classic
A work of fiction that is extremely popular with a select audience but may or may not be successful at the time of the work's original publication

With weekly viewings in movie theaters running continuously for over thirty years, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a major cult classic despite having since become known to the general public.

cult hit
Something (almost always a film, book, song, etc.) which is very popular, and which was popularized by a specific, narrow group of fans
cult hit
Something (almost always a film, book, song, etc.) which is very popular among a specific, narrow audience
cult of personality
A situation where a leader (often a dictator) has been falsely idolized and made into a national or group icon and is revered as a result
cult image
In the practice of religion, a cult image is a man-made object that is venerated for the deity, spirit or daemon that it embodies or represents. Cultus, the outward religious formulas of "cult", often centers upon the treatment of cult images, which may be dressed, fed or paraded, etc
cult statue
In the practice of religion, a cult statue is a man-made object that is venerated for the deity, spirit or daemon that it embodies or represents. Cultus, the outward religious formulas of "cult", often centers upon the treatment of cult images, which may be dressed, fed or paraded, etc
cult member
adherent of a system of worship or belief, member of a group devoted to a person idea or thing
cult movie
movie with a large following of devout fans
cult of personality
intense devotion to a particular person
cult of personality
government in which the leader is promoted as powerful and wise through aggressive propaganda campaigns (such as hanging portraits in public squares, schools, billboards, etc.)
cult-hero
hero of culture
cargo cult
Any of several philosophies or pseudosciences that are not rooted in experiment
cargo cult
Any of several unorthodox religious movements among the people of Melanesia based upon Western manufactured goods
cultic
Pertaining to a cult or the methods of cults; of or related to organized religion and public worship
cargo cult
Any religious movement based on the observation by local residents of the delivery of supplies by ship and aircraft to colonial officials. Cargo cults were observed chiefly in Melanesia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They were characterized by the expectation of a new age of blessing and prosperity to be initiated by the arrival of a special "cargo" of goods from supernatural sources. Such beliefs may have expressed traditional millennial ideas, often revived by the teaching of Christian missions
cargo cult
(Melanesia) one of several millenarian cults that believe salvation will come in the form of wealth (`cargo') brought by Westerners; some ascribe divine attributes to Westerners on first contact (especially to missionaries)
cargo cult programming
(Computers) programming style characterized by the use of meaningless code or program structures (allegedly to prevent the recurrence of bugs or problems encountered previously)
cultic
{s} of or pertaining to a cult or cults
cultist
{i} member of cult
cultist
a member of a cult
cults
plural of cult
doomsday cult
A doomsday cult is a religious cult whose members believe that the world is about to end
freedom of cult
freedom of religion, right to choose one's religion
mystic cult
group of people who believe in particular spiritually significant symbols
personality cult
worship of a personality, excessive awe and adoration of a person (usually famous, i.e actor, politician, or spiritual leader)
personality cult
cult of personality a situation in which people are encouraged to admire and praise a famous person, especially a political leader - used to show disapproval
cult