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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} örnek

O, mükemmel şöhretiyle örnek alınacak bir kişidir. - He is an exemplary person with an excellent reputation.

Tom örnek bir kocadır. - Tom is an exemplary husband.

{i} suret
Englisch - Englisch
Something typical or representative of a class; see example
Something fit to be imitated; see ideal and model
A pattern after which others should be made; see archetype
A well known usage of a scientific theory
A handwritten manuscript used by a scribe to make a handwritten copy; the original copy of what gets multiply reproduced in a copy machine
a model, pattern, or original to be copied or imitated
{n} a copy, pattern, model, plan, example
\ig-ZEM-plar; -plur\, noun: 1 A model or pattern to be copied or imitated 2 A typical or standard specimen 3 An ideal model or type 4 A copy of a book or text
{i} model, example, pattern; copy
A paper in which the writer seeks to re-create an experience for the reader so that the reader can come to the same conclusion that the original experience produced for the writer The tone is conversational, immediate, and personal Generally includes some reflection on the lesson or conclusion derived from the experience Example #1 Example #2
something to be imitated; "an exemplar of success"; "a model of clarity"; "he is the very model of a modern major general"
A copy of a book or writing
A model, original, or pattern, to be copied or imitated; a specimen; sometimes; an ideal model or type, as that which an artist conceives
An exemplar is someone or something that is considered to be so good that they should be copied or imitated. They viewed their new building as an exemplar of taste. = example
An exemplar is a typical example of a group or class of things. One of the wittiest exemplars of the technique was M. C. Escher. a good or typical example exemplar of (exemplarium, from exemplum; EXAMPLE)
Actual samples of student work which illustrate the essential characteristics of work typical of exemplary student work at the top scoring level on a scoring rubric Several exemplars are desirable to promote creativity so that students see multiple products/performances are possible
something to be imitated; "an exemplar of success"; "a model of clarity"; "he is the very model of a modern major general
a replica of the actual item which was involved
The manuscript from which a manuscript was copied (compare "abschrift," the copied manuscript) We know the exemplars of certain manuscripts (e g Dp/06 is the exemplar of Dabs1), but generally the term refers to lost manuscripts
is a sample of student work that demonstrates the highest level of performance
An example of a pattern or object used in training a neural network
a part representing a whole, e g , a single organism which represents an OTU
Used in two senses, the first of which is common usage (1) A specimen or example of a text type More specifically, (2) The thing from which a scribe worked to produce a copy One cannot call this the "original," since that term is reserved for the ultimate author's text, and one cannot call it a "copy," since the thing the scribe produces can only be called the copy An examplar in this sense is what in modern (post-Xerox) usage one may call a "copy master," a copy set aside to produce other copies from There is no expectation that the copy master will be the author's holograph
plural of exemplar