evoke

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} anımsatmak
{f} hatırlatmak
{f} çağrışım yapmak
{f} yol açmak
çağrıştırmak
tevlit etmek
uyarmak
uyandırmak
çağrıştır

Turkuaz rengi, berrak su rengini çağrıştırıyor, açık ve soluk bir mavi. - The turquoise colour evokes the colour of clear water, it's a light and pale blue.

aklına getirmek
çağır
çağır,çağrıştır
çağırmak
hissettirmek
anımsat

Ev kelimesi bir çatısı ve tüten bacaları olan bir dikdörtgen binanın zihinsel görüntüsünü anımsatır, ki bu çimenlerle ve ağaçlarla çevrili olabilir ve mutlu bir aile tarafından oturulabilir. - The word house evokes the mental image of a rectangular building with a roof and smoking chimney, which may be surrounded by grass and trees and inhabited by a happy family.

{f} ruh çağırmak
neden olmak
evoke admiration
hayranlık uyandırmak
evoked
uyandırılmış
evocation
ruh çağırma
evocation
zihinde uyandırma
evocation
aklına getirme
evoking
{f} çağrıştır
evoking
{i} çağrıştırma
evocation
akla getirme
evoker
Ruh çağırmakta ustalaşmış büyücü. Ruh çağıran kişi
evoking
çağrıştırarak
evocation
{i} çağrışım yapma
evocation
hatırlatma
evocation
(Tıp) Embriyo'da gelişimi kontrol eden hücre kümesi (organizer) ile devamlı temas suretiyle büyüme için gerekli enerjiyi devam ettirme
to evoke
çağrıştırmak
Englisch - Englisch
To cause the manifestation of something (emotion, picture, etc.) in someone's mind or imagination

The book evokes a detailed and lively picture of what life was like in the 19th century.

to call or summon forth
A noun phrase is said to evoke a discourse entity if the noun phrase refers to something related to a previously mentioned discourse entity (but not to an already-mentioned DE) For example, in "Jack lost his wallet in his car Later he found it under the front seat ", the phrase "the front seat" evokes a discourse entity that has not actually been mentioned, but which is in a sense already present as part of the the DE created by the phrase "his car" See also anaphor
{v} to call out or upon, invoke, summon
{f} wake, arouse, bring out, summon
Cause to operate
call to mind or evoke
deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning); "We drew out some interesting linguistic data from the native informant"
To evoke a particular memory, idea, emotion, or response means to cause it to occur. the scene evoking memories of those old movies. to produce a strong feeling or memory in someone (évoquer, from evocare , from vocare )
call forth; "Her behavior provoked a quarrel between the couple"
call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
To call up, rather than in, a spirit or entity For example, calling upon the Elementals to be present at the correct quarter in circle to watch over the proceedings
To call out; to summon forth
tr v To summon or call forth; create anew, esp by means of the imagination (Lat evocare: ex - out + vocare, to call )
To cause the manifestation of something (emotion, picture, etc.) in someones mind or imagination
Use an Evocation spell
Often confused with Invoke In ceremonial magic the Magician within the Magic Circle summons Spirits, Angels or Demons He Evokes these beings into the Triangle of Art (see: Triangle of Art)
evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic; "raise the specter of unemployment"; "he conjured wild birds in the air"; "stir a disturbance"; "call down the spirits from the mountain"
To call away; to remove from one tribunal to another
to call forth or bring up
evoke memories
elicit recollections, awaken memories, invoke memories
evoke spirits
request the appearance of spiritual beings
evocation
The act of calling out or forth, or evoking
evocation
{n} the act of calling out, off or from
evocation
{i} calling to mind, remembering; calling forth, summoning (also of a spirit)
evocation
A school of magic focused on spells that manipulate energy or tap an unseen source of power to create something from nothing Many of these spells produce visually spectacular effects, and evocation spells are famous for inflicting large amounts of damage
evocation
Calling up spirits or other non-physical entities, either to visible appearance or invisible attendance Compare with Invocation ~ Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner - Scott Cunningham Evolution - Involution is a process of going inside, of narrowing ones view to the extremely personal and individual Evolution is the process of coming out from the separate and personal toward the unified and Divine Evolution increases the vibration and lightens the density, becoming progressively less physical This is the process of returning to Goddess and to a perspective universality When the Involutionary process has achieved its end, the natural result is Evolution - as is revealed in the sacred Labyrinth, one first winds in, then winds back out This process is repeated in countless ways in every moment of existence ~ WitchSchool com Exorcism - the expulsion or banishing of unwanted forces or entities from a person, place, or thing
evocation
Calling up of spirits
evocation
the "calling up" or summoning of a non-material force or entity of a lower order of being than oneself
evocation
imaginative re-creation stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors; "the elicitation of his testimony was not easy" calling up supposed supernatural forces by spells and incantations
evocation
calling up supposed supernatural forces by spells and incantations
evocation
An evocation of something involves creating an image or impression of it. a perfect evocation of the period
evocation
The calling out of a spirit less powerful than oneself A ritual designed to establish communication with, or to summon, a spiritual entity It has been said that Evocation is an order, while Invocation is a request
evocation
imaginative re-creation
evocation
imaginative re-creation stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors; "the elicitation of his testimony was not easy"
evocation
The explosive magic Fireballs and Lightning Bolts fit into this school of magic Magical shields and walls also fall under this category of magic
evocation
Calling up spirits or elementals
evocation
The act of calling out or forth
evocation
stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors; "the elicitation of his testimony was not easy"
evoked
past of evoke
evoked
called forth from a latent or potential state by stimulation; "evoked potentials"; "an elicited response"
evoker
{i} one who summons spirits of the dead, one who calls forth souls of the dead
evoker
A wizard specializing in Evocation spells Beginning evokers must select their prohibited school or schools from one of the following choices: (1) Conjuration, (2) any two of the following three schools: Abjuration, Enchantment, and Illusion, (3) Transmutation, or (4) any three schools
evokes
third-person singular of evoke
evoking
The present participle form of to evoke
evoke
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