angelic

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Englisch - Türkisch
meleklere özel
melek gibi

O melek gibi konuşuyor. - He speaks angelically.

{s} meleklere özgü
angel
{i} melek

Bebek arabasında uyuyan bebek, bir melek kadar sevimli. - The baby sleeping in the baby carriage is as cute as an angel.

İnsanlar kendi aralarında mücadele ederken melekler yukarıdan izlerler. - Angels watch from above as men fight amongst themselves.

angelic
melek gibi
angelic acid
angelik asit
angel
{i} iyilik meleği
angel
melaike
angel
melek gibi kimse
angel
melek gibi insan
angel
melem
Angel
(isim) Huriye
Angel
(isim) Huri
angel
{i} sponsor piyes
angel
{i} oyun vb
angel
(isim) melek, iyilik meleği; sponsor (piyes, oyun vb.)
angelically
melek gibi
saintly
çok mubarek
saintly
{s} aziz
saintly
{s} kutsal
saintly
evliya gibi
saintly
{s} azizlere yakışır
saintly
{s} aziz gibi
saintly
{s} mübarek
saintly
çok
Englisch - Englisch
Belonging to, or proceeding from, angels; resembling, characteristic of, or partaking of the nature of, an angel
Of or pertaining to angelic acid

an angelic ester.

saintly
{a} resembling angels, above human
of or relating to angels; "angelic messenger"
having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub; "an angelic smile"; "a cherubic face"; "looking so seraphic when he slept"; "a sweet disposition"
of or relating to angels; "angelic messenger
approval You can describe someone as angelic if they are, or seem to be, very good, kind, and gentle. an angelic face He looked angelic
Angelic means like angels or relating to angels. angelic choirs
Of or derived from angelica; as, angelic acid; angelic ether
Belonging to, or proceeding from, angels; resembling, characteristic of, or partaking of the nature of, an angel; heavenly; divine
{s} cherubic, of an angel; pure
Belonging to, or proceeding from, angels; resembling, characteristic of or partaking of the nature of an angel
marked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint; "angelic benificence"; "a beatific smile"; "a saintly concern for his fellow men"; "my sainted mother"
angelical
angelic acid
An unsaturated organic acid, CH3-CH=C(CH3-COOH), found in angelica and having pharmacological uses; the trans- form is tiglic acid
angelic non-determinism
A notional ability always to choose the most favorable option, in constant time

With angelic non-determinism, any problem in NP would be solvable in polynomial time.

Angelic Salutation
(Nükleer Mühendislik) The Angelic Salutation, Hail Mary, or Ave Maria (Latin) is a traditional Catholic prayer asking for the intercession of the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus
angelic face
saintly face, face of an angel, innocent face
angelic innocence
goodness, purity (like that of an angel)
angelic smile
saintly smile, smile of an angel, innocent smile
Angel
A player on the team the "Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim"
Angel
A surname originating as a nickname or, rarely, as a patronymic
Angel
A male given name used since 16th century, from Latin Angelus or an anglicized spelling of Ángel
Angel
A female given name of modern usage from the English noun angel
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In Christian angelology, the lowest order of angels, below virtues
angel
An altitude, measured in thousands of feet

Climb to angels sixty.

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An affluent individual who provides capital for a startup, usually in exchange for convertible debt or ownership equity
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To support by donating money
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{a} resembling angels, above human
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{n} a heavenly or divine messenger, beautiful person
Angel
from Angelo or an anglicized spelling of Ángel
Angel
from the English noun angel
Angelically
like an angel; "the child was sleeping angelically"
angel
1 the light of truth; 2 wisdom; 3 guidance; 4 a coming birth or death (literally or figuratively)
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Individual who buys into a company at its very beginning
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An appellation given to a person supposed to be of angelic goodness or loveliness; a darling
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Known in education as a Teacher's Aide An angel is the person who volunteers to help the teacher in any way that the two of them decide is most useful
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A typically benevolent celestial being that acts as an intermediary between heaven and earth, especially in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Zoroastrianism An Angel is a spiritual or celestial being sent to earth to relay a message to a person, serve as a protector or help them in their transition into the afterlife
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In the Scriptures the angels appear as God's messengers
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From a Greek word meaning "messenger"; angels were commonly conceived in biblical times as emissaries from the deity who employed them to communicate his will to humanity The oldest known rendition of angels in art occurs on the stele of Urnammu, a Sumerian king, but many scholars suggest that Israel's belief in angelology derives from Persian sources Angels named in canonical Scripture include Michael and Gabriel, although apocryphal and pseudepigraphal literature lists others Angels are particularly important in the birth stories of Jesus (Luke 1-2; Matt 1)
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feelings You can call someone you like very much an angel in order to show affection, especially when they have been kind to you or done you a favour
angel
a large alien with wings made of feathers or leathery skin
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A vampire with a soul How lame is that?
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Angels are spiritual beings that some people believe are God's servants in heaven
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spiritual being attendant upon God
angel
A divine or semi-divine being who is able to work with humanity for a number of purposes A personification of the concept of holiness Angels, together with Saints, in a supposedly "monotheistic" religion, take the place of the multiple deities in Polytheistic traditions
angel
A divine and supernatural messenger from a deity, or other divine entity
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approval If you describe someone as an angel, you mean that they seem to be very kind and good. Primarily in Western religions, any of numerous benevolent spiritual beings who mediate between heaven and earth. They often serve as messengers or servants of God or as guardians of an individual or nation. In Zoroastrianism the amesha spenta are arranged in a hierarchy of seven. Judaism and Christianity base their notion of angels on references in the Hebrew scriptures to divine servants and to the heavenly hosts. Two archangels (Michael and Gabriel) are mentioned in the Old Testament and two others (Raphael and Uriel) in the Apocrypha. Angels are mentioned throughout the Christian scriptures, and Christian tradition identifies nine orders of angels. Islam's hierarchy of angels descends from the four throne bearers of God to the cherubim who praise God, the four archangels, and lesser angels such as the afaah (guardian angels). See also cherub; seraph
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Wealthy investor who invests in private companies
angel
an evil spirit; as, the devil and his angels
angel
person of exceptional holiness
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A finite and immaterial creature; an incorporeal substance having the powers of knowledge and desire, wholly personal unto itself, unique as to its own individual identity or person, and contingent upon God its Creator
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invests in a theatrical production
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An English gold coin first issued in 1465 with a value of 6 shillings and 8 pence St Michael spearing a dragon is on the obverse and a ship on the reverse This denomination was struck under every monarch until the reign of Charles I
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It varied in value from 6s
angel
Attendant spirit; genius; demon
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{i} spirit servant of God (usually shown as having wings and a halo)
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the highest waterfall; has more than one leap; flow varies seasonally spiritual being attendant upon God invests in a theatrical production
angel
an energetic, spirtual being who assist humans with the living process because they have special powers or help us to see our own special powers While generally thought not to be in physical form, many incarnate into physical form and also come and go as needed from spirit to physical form as needed
angel
Literally, "messenger"; these beings are mentioned frequently in apocalyptic literature and figure prominently in the Dead Sea Scrolls The constitutional literature of the sect (Rule of the Community, Damascus Document) indicates that the group imagined itself to be one with the angels, particularly during worship
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One of a class of "fallen angels;" an evil spirit; as, the devil and his angels
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Someone who befriends a surgery patient and gives them extra attention while they are in the hospital and reports back to any mailing list they are on about how they are doing
angel
a word signifying, both in the Hebrew and Greek, a "messenger," and hence employed to denote any agent God sends forth to execute his purposes It is used of an ordinary messenger (Job 1: 14: 1 Sam 11: 3; Luke 7: 24; 9: 52), of prophets (Isa 42: 19; Hag 1: 13), of priests (Mal 2: 7), and ministers of the New Testament (Rev 1: 20)
angel
A messenger
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A term for a type of nonprofessional investor, usually one who puts money into local firms
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A selfless person
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A spiritual, celestial being, superior to man in power and intelligence
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to 10s
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same as "angel investor"
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One of a class of "fallen angels;"
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An ancient gold coin of England, bearing the figure of the archangel Michael
angel
the highest waterfall; has more than one leap; flow varies seasonally
angel
One of the Elinrómi, spirit-servants of the Maker A guide, she led the Bryant children on their quest
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The English word comes from the Greek "angelos" (messenger) In the Bible they were described as an intelligent and immortal species, usually presented as being visually indistinguishable from humans -- i e without wings They delivered messages from God, and either harmed or helped humans Satan is described in the Bible as an evil angel Because the Bible's cosmology asserts that the earth was flat, that it was covered by a metal firmament or dome, and that God resided in Heaven above the dome, angels have often been portrayed as having wings so that they could fly from Heaven to earth and back
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A minister or pastor of a church, as in the Seven Asiatic churches
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Celestial entities that are still part of a group consciousness, not yet individualized Within some religions, they have been referred to as the messengers or guides of God
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A Force of light, there are many types of angels, all working for the higher power If you need help - ask for it, an angel might just be waiting for you to say help!
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At one point an Angel was a primary character in the world She is one of the more heavy- handed allegorical characters in the pantheon She has most of the generic qualities of traditional angels - purity, goodness and stoicism This Angel appeared at a delicate time in my life and was a bit of a rescuer Her role and presence tapered off as the person she was based on, Hannah Ekberg, and I drifted apart Ultimately the character was killed and buried by the Emperors son on his father's behalf Recently, at the urging of the Traitor, the Emperor has sought distraction from his current problems by digging up the Angels body as a form of ghoulish nostalgia Her feathers have been used the Emperor and Smoking Guy as a sign of nostalgia and victory respectively
angel
A private investor who often has non-monetary motives for investing as well as the usual financial ones
angel
One of the Elinr mi, spirit-servants of the Maker A guide, she led the Bryant children on their quest
angelically
in an angelic manner, as an angel
angelically
In an angelic manner
angelically
Like an angel
angelically
like an angel; "the child was sleeping angelically
angelic
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