dovish

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Englisch - Türkisch
barışçı
güvercine ait
yatıştırıcı
güvercin gibi
dove
güvercin

Güvercin bir barış sembolüdür. - A dove is a symbol of peace.

Gül bir çiçektir ve güvercin bir kuştur. - The rose is a flower and the dove is a bird.

dove
kumru
dovish stance
güvercinimsi duruş
dove
{i} beyaz güvercin

Beyaz güvercinler güzel kuşlardır. - White doves are beautiful birds.

Beyaz güvercinler güzel kuşlardır. - White doves are pretty birds.

dove
(Politika, Siyaset) barış yanlısı
dove
uysal kişi
dove
(Astronomi) güvercin (takımyıldızı)
dove
(Politika, Siyaset) savaş aleyhtarı
dove
barış yanlısı kimse
dove
iyilik simgesi
dove
ılımlı politikacı
dove
barışçı
dove
sevgili
dove
masumiyet ve barış sembolu
dove
Columbidae familyasından güvercin ve kumru gibi kuş
dove
Columba livia
dove
uysal kimse
dove
f., bak. dive
dove
Columba palumbus rock dove kaya güvercini
dove
barışçı kimse
dove
yumuşak başlı kimse
dove
{i} pol. savaş aleyhtarı, barışçı, barış yanlısı
Englisch - Englisch
Like a dove; peaceful, conciliatory

Doubtless an expression of frustration at the UN secretary general, who has long been too dovish for Bush administration tastes.

opposed to war
{s} like a dove, of or pertaining to a dove; conciliatory, advocating peaceful methods of conflict resolution (Politics)
Journalists use dovish to describe politicians or governments who are in favour of using peaceful and diplomatic methods to achieve something, rather than using force and violence. hawkish. preferring peace and discussion to war   hawkish
Like a dove; harmless; innocent
dovish opinions
opinions advocating the resolution of international conflicts through compromise and without the threat of force (as opposed to hawkish opinions)
dovish party
party advocating the resolution of international conflicts through compromise and without the threat of force (as opposed to a hawkish party)
dovish stance
belief that international conflicts should be resolved through compromise and without the threat of force (as opposed to a hawkish stance)
dovish stand
belief that international conflicts should be resolved through compromise and without the threat of force (as opposed to a hawkish stance)
Dove
constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Caelum and Puppis
dove
A pigeon, especially one smaller in size
dove
Strong-declension simple past of dive

When coffee and cocoa prices unexpectedly dove, Côte d’Ivoire quickly went from Africa’s rich kid to crippling debtitude.

dove
dove, a engineering reference point in a computer program that will cause some type of default action to occur
dove
{n} a pigeon, a kind of wild pigeon
dove
a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Puppis and Caelum
dove
a vessel of silver or gold, shaped like a dove, used originally in the Western and Eastern Rites to house the Reserved Gifts for communing the sick Hangs over or near the altar and opens on the side so that a pyx can be placed within In many smaller churches, a special aumbrey was used for the reservation of the Gifts
dove
dove doves Pronounced for meanings
dove
any of numerous small pigeons
dove
la sign of the peace the Holy Spirit brings
dove
[church] Christian symbol which represented the holy ghost See: symbol
dove
1 spiritual symbol for the light, Universe or Divine Essence 2 purity 3 unconditional love 4 freedom 5 peace 6 spiritual awakening
dove
someone who prefers negotiations to armed conflict in the conduct of foreign relations
dove
Universally represent peace and love
dove
A word of endearment for one regarded as pure and gentle
dove
In American English, dove is sometimes used as the past tense of dive. A past tense of wake. a past tense of dive. Any of certain birds of the pigeon family (Columbidae). The names pigeon and dove are often used interchangeably. Though "dove" usually refers to the smaller, long-tailed members of the pigeon family, there are exceptions: the common street pigeon, generally typical for birds designated as pigeons, is frequently called the rock dove. The common names of these birds do not necessarily reflect their accurate biological relationships to one another
dove
In politics, you can refer to people who support the use of peaceful methods to solve difficult situations as doves. Compare hawk. A clear split over tactics appears to be emerging between doves and hawks in the party
dove
an emblem of peace
dove
The species are numerous
dove
Past tense of to dive
dove
and 2.1. A dove is a bird that looks like pigeon but is smaller and lighter in colour. Doves are often used as a symbol of peace. see also turtle dove
dove
{i} bird of the pigeon family (often used as a symbol for peace)
dove
deoxyverrucarol
dove
A pigeon of the genus Columba and various related genera
dove
any of numerous small pigeons an emblem of peace someone who prefers negotiations to armed conflict in the conduct of foreign relations
dove
flesh of a pigeon suitable for roasting or braising; flesh of a dove (young squab) may be broiled
dove
A person favouring conciliation and negotiation rather than conflict (as opposed to hawk)
dovish

    Silbentrennung

    do·vish

    Türkische aussprache

    dōvîş

    Antonyme

    hawkish

    Aussprache

    /ˈdōvəsʜ/ /ˈdoʊvɪʃ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'd&v ] (noun.) 13th century. From dove +‎ -ish.

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