exaggerate

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Englisch - Türkisch
abartmak

Erken kalkma alışkanlığının önemini abartmak imkansızdır. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the habit of early rising.

Onun şeyleri abartmak için bir eğilimi var gibi görünüyor. - She seems to have a tendency to exaggerate things.

{f} abartılı konuşmak
{f} ileri gitmek
(Tıp) Büyültmek, bir şeyi olduğundan büyük veya fazla göstermek, abartmak, mübalağa etmek
abart

Erken kalkma alışkanlığının önemini abartmak imkansızdır. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the habit of early rising.

Gerçekleri abartmayalım. - Let's not exaggerate the facts.

{f} aşırıya kaçmak
ballandırmak
aşırılık
gözünde büyütmek
{f} şişirmek
büyütme
(Argo) bokunu çıkarmak
mübalağa
abartma

Erken kalkma alışkanlığının önemini abartmak imkansızdır. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the habit of early rising.

Gerçekleri abartmayalım. - Let's not exaggerate the facts.

(Tıp) egzajere
{f} büyütmek
artırmak
exaggerated
abartılmış

Rapor abartılmış olabilir. - The report may be exaggerated.

Olayların bu açıklaması tamamen abartılmış, üstelik doğru olsa bile. - This description of events is completely exaggerated, even if it's essentially true.

exaggeration
{i} abartı

Onun mükemmel bir yazar olduğunu söylemek abartı değildir. - It is no exaggeration to say that he is a first-rate writer.

Amerikan haber Irene Kasırgası'nın Avrupa kadar büyük olduğunu bildiriyor, bu biraz abartıdır. - The American news is reporting that Hurricane Irene is as big as Europe, which is a bit of an exaggeration.

exaggerated
{s} abartılı

O, abartılı bir inleme çıkardı ve elini kapı tokmağına koydu. - He let out an exaggerated groan and put his hand on the doorknob.

Satıcı onun ürününü satmak için bazı abartılı iddialar ortaya attı. - The salesman made some exaggerated claims in order to sell his product.

exaggeration
abartma

Sanırım o bir abartma. - I think that's an exaggeration.

Tom abartmaya eğilimlidir. - Tom's prone to exaggeration.

exaggerated
(Ticaret) fahiş
exaggerated
abartılmak
exaggeration
obartma
exaggeration
izam
exaggerated
şişirilmiş
exaggerated
{f} abart

Satıcı onun ürününü satmak için bazı abartılı iddialar ortaya attı. - The salesman made some exaggerated claims in order to sell his product.

Olayların bu açıklaması tamamen abartılmış, üstelik doğru olsa bile. - This description of events is completely exaggerated, even if it's essentially true.

exaggerated
mübalağalı
exaggerating
{i} abartma

Her şeyi abartma alışkanlığın var. - You have a habit of exaggerating everything.

Abartmadan bahse gir. - Bet without exaggerating.

exaggerating
{f} abart

Biraz abartmıyor musun? - Aren't you exaggerating a little?

Tom'un abartmadığını anlayabiliyorum. - I can see Tom wasn't exaggerating.

exaggeration
şişirme
exaggerating
abartarak
exaggerated
abartmalı
exaggerated
aşırı
exaggeratedly
abartılı bir şekilde
exaggeratedly
abartarak
exaggeratedly
şişirilmiş olarak
exaggeratedly
aşırı şekilde
exaggeration
büyütme
exaggeration
iri laf
exaggeration
aşırılık
exaggeration
aldatıcı
exaggeration
mübâlağa

Tom mübalağa etmeye meyillidir. - Tom's prone to exaggeration.

exaggeration
(Tıp) büyültme, abartma, mübalağa
exaggeration
(Tıp) büyültme, bir şeyi olduğundan büyük ve fazla göstermek, abartmak, mübalağa etmek
exaggerative
[adj] şişirici
exaggerative
(sıfat) abartmalı
exaggerative
{s} abartmalı
exaggerative
abartıcı
to exaggerate
izam etmek
to exaggerate
mübalağa etmek
to exaggerate
abartmak

Eğitimin önemini abartmak imkansız. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of education.

Erken kalkma alışkanlığının önemini abartmak imkansızdır. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the habit of early rising.

to exaggerate
büyültmek
Englisch - Englisch
To overstate, to describe more than is fact

I've told you a billion times not to exaggerate!.

to overstate
do something to an excessive degree; "He overdid it last night when he did 100 push-ups"
If something exaggerates a situation, quality, or feature, it makes the situation, quality, or feature appear greater, more obvious, or more important than it really is. These figures exaggerate the loss of competitiveness. to make something seem better, larger, worse etc than it really is (past participle of exaggerare , from agger )
to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
To heap up; to accumulate
To amplify; to magnify; to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth ; to delineate extravagantly ; to overstate the truth concerning
If you exaggerate, you indicate that something is, for example, worse or more important than it really is. He thinks I'm exaggerating Sheila admitted that she did sometimes exaggerate the demands of her job. + exaggeration exaggerations ex·ag·gera·tion Like many stories about him, it smacks of exaggeration It would be an exaggeration to call the danger urgent
{f} overstate, make something seem greater or more important than it really is; make larger than normal
{v} to heap up, aggravate, enlarge
pile it on
pull the long bow
run into the ground
exaggerated
That has been described as greater than it actually is; abnormally increased or enlarged
exaggerated
Simple past tense and past participle of exaggerate
exaggeratedly
To an excessive degree; in an exaggerated manner
exaggeration
The act of exaggerating; the act of doing or representing in an excessive manner; a going beyond the bounds of truth, reason, or justice; a hyperbolical representation; hyperbole; overstatement
exaggeration
The act of heaping or piling up
exaggerated
{s} overstated, made to seem greater or more important than it really is, overdone, excessive
exaggerated
represented as greater than is true or reasonable; "an exaggerated opinion of oneself
exaggerated
represented as greater than is true or reasonable; "an exaggerated opinion of oneself"
exaggerated
enlarged to an abnormal degree; "thick lenses exaggerated the size of her eyes"
exaggerated
Enlarged beyond bounds or the truth
exaggerated
enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness; "had an exaggerated (or inflated) opinion of himself"; "a hyperbolic style" enlarged to an abnormal degree; "thick lenses exaggerated the size of her eyes" represented as greater than is true or reasonable; "an exaggerated opinion of oneself
exaggerated
Something that is exaggerated is or seems larger, better, worse, or more important than it actually needs to be. They should be sceptical of exaggerated claims for what such courses can achieve Western fears, he insists, are greatly exaggerated. + exaggeratedly ex·ag·ger·at·ed·ly an exaggeratedly feminine appearance She laughed exaggeratedly at their jokes
exaggerated
enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness; "had an exaggerated (or inflated) opinion of himself"; "a hyperbolic style"
exaggeration
{n} the act of heaping up, the act of enlarging, aggravation, addition, increase
exaggeratory
{a} containing exaggeration
Exaggerative
exaggeratory
exaggerated
past of exaggerate
exaggerated
That has been described as greater than it actually is
exaggeratedly
excessively, in an overstated manner
exaggerates
third-person singular of exaggerate
exaggerating
That exaggerates; enlarging beyond bounds
exaggerating
present participle of exaggerate
exaggeratingly
in the manner of embellishing, while overstating
exaggeratingly
In an exaggerating manner
exaggeration
{i} overstatement, act of making something seem greater or more important than it really is; act of making something larger than normal
exaggeration
The enlargement of a feature in order to emphasize it This is often done in cartography to allow an important feature to be shown clearly on a small scale map
exaggeration
A representation of things beyond natural life, in expression, beauty, power, vigor
exaggeration
Increasing or enlarging an object or figure to communicate ideas or feelings
exaggeration
extravagant exaggeration
exaggeration
making to seem more important than it really is
exaggeration
the act of making something more noticeable than usual; "the dance involved a deliberate exaggeration of his awkwardness" making to seem more important than it really is
exaggeration
An image-development strategy used to emphasize a portion or aspect of an image
exaggeration
The act of exaggerating; the act of doing or representing in an excessive manner; a going beyond the bounds of truth reason, or justice; a hyperbolical representation; hyperbole; overstatement
exaggeration
the act of making something more noticeable than usual; "the dance involved a deliberate exaggeration of his awkwardness"
exaggeration
a statement or way of saying something that makes something seem better, larger etc than it really is
exaggerative
Tending to exaggerate; involving exaggeration
exaggerative
{s} characterized by exaggeration; tending to exaggerate, tending to make something seem greater or more important than it really is
exaggerative
Marked by exaggeration
exaggeratory
Containing, or tending to, exaggeration; exaggerative
tendency to exaggerate
inclination to exaggerate, tendency to embellish the truth
exaggerate
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