familiar

listen to the pronunciation of familiar
Englisch - Türkisch
tanıdık

Tom partide hiç tanıdık yüzler görmedi. - Tom didn't see any familiar faces at the party.

Robin Hood efsanesi bize tanıdık. - We are familiar with the legend of Robin Hood.

aşina

Tabii ki caz müziğine aşina idi. - Of course he was familiar with jazz.

Onun müziğine aşinayım. - I am familiar with his music.

tanınan
{s} bilinen

Onun hakkında bilinen bir şey olduğunu biliyordum. - I knew there was something familiar about him.

{s} samimi
{s} içten

Bir taraftan o herkese naziktir fakat diğer taraftan çok fazla içtenlikle davranmaz. - On the one hand he is kind to everyone, but on the other hand he never behaves with too much familiarity.

{s} alışılmış
{i} arkadaş

Ebeveynlerim onun arkadaşını tanıyorlar. - My parents are familiar with her friend.

senlibenli
iyi bilinen
olağan
{i} yakın dost
iyi tanınan
dostça
bilen
sulu
anlayan
bambılı
fazla samimi
bildik
alışık
laubali
familiar spirit bir insanın hizmetinde olduğu farz edilen cin veyag
teklifsiz dost
{s} doğal davranışlı
{s} içli dışlı
haberdar olan
malûmatı olan
{s} teklifsiz
cin
mahrem
{s} yaygın
{s} senli benli
{i} samimi arkadaş
{i} koruyucu ruh
arsız
aile ferdi
hizmetçi
{i} iyi arkadaş
{s} yakın

Ben böyle yakınlığa izin vermezdim. - I wouldn't permit such familiarity.

Leyla, Arabistan'da büyüdü ve develerle çok yakındı. - Layla grew up in Arabia and was very familiar with camels.

alışılageldik
aşna
familiarity
aşinalık

Aşinalık ırkları hor görür. - Familiarity breeds contempt.

familiar to
e aşina
familiar with
aşina

Jane Japoncaya aşinadır. - Jane is familiar with the Japanese language.

Onun müziğine aşinayım. - I am familiar with his music.

familiar to
aşina
familiar spirit
bir insanın içinde olan cin ruhu
familiar for
bildik
familiar to
-e aşina
familiar, intimate, near
Samimi, yakın tanıdık
familiar company
tanıdık firma
familiar company
tanıdık şirket
familiar face
tanıdık yüz
familiar firm
tanıdık firma
familiar firm
tanıdık şirket
familiar form
(Dilbilim) gündelik biçim
familiar form
(Dilbilim) içtenlikli biçim
familiar spirit
koruyucu ruh
familiar to
(Fiili Deyim ) bilmek , tanımak
familiar with
aşina,-le aşina
familiar with
(Fiili Deyim ) aşina olmak
familiarity
yakınlık
familiarly
samimi bir şekilde
familiar with
anlamak
familiarity
samimilik
familiarity
ülfet
familiarity
içtenlik

Bir taraftan o herkese naziktir fakat diğer taraftan çok fazla içtenlikle davranmaz. - On the one hand he is kind to everyone, but on the other hand he never behaves with too much familiarity.

familiarness
bilinirlik
too familiar
laubali olmak
too familiar
yüz göz olmak
try to become familiar
alışmaya çalışmak
try to become familiar with
alışmaya çalışmak
familiarized
{f} alıştır
familiarly
teklifsizce
familiarly
dostça
familiarly
samimilikle
make familiar
yakınlaştır
too familiar
sarmaş dolaş
become familiar
aşina olmak
familiarized
alıştırılmış
make familiar
yakinlastir
ring a familiar bell
(deyim) Yabancı gelmemek, birine bir şeyi veya birini hatırlatmak
to be familiar
aşina olmak
un familiar
tanıdık un
be familiar to
-e aşina olmak
be familiar with
-i iyi bilmek
be on familiar ground
bildiği bir yerde/yörede bulunmak
be on familiar ground
bildiği bir konuyla ilgilenmek
be too familiar
laubali olmak
familiarity
{i} yatkınlık
familiarity
{i} iyi bilme
familiarity
hususiyet
familiarity
davranışlarda serbestlik
familiarity
arsızlık
familiarity
samimiyet
familiarity
iyice tanıma
familiarity
samimiyet/aşinalık
familiarity
(Mukavele) aşinalık, iyi tanıma
familiarity
{i} laubalilik
familiarity
alışkanlık
familiarity
bilme
familiarity
ünsiyet
familiarity
teklifsizlik
familiarly
alışkın olarak
smell familiar
tanıdık gelmek
too familiar
küstah
too familiar
laubali
Englisch - Englisch
Intimate or friendly

We are not on familiar terms.

Known to one

There’s a familiar face.

Acquainted

I'm not familiar with this system.

An attendant spirit often in animal form

The witch’s familiar was a black cat.

Of or pertaining to a family; familial
Inappropriately intimate or friendly

Don’t be familiar with me, boy!.

A member of one's family or household
A close friend

a friend of mine, that finding a receipt in Brassavola, would needs take hellebore in substance, and try it on his own person; but had not some of his familiars come to visit him by chance, he had by his indiscretion hazarded himself; many such I have observed.

{n} an intimate acquaintance, a demon
{a} intimate, affable, free, common
Closely acquainted or intimate, as a friend or companion; well versed in, as any subject of study; as, familiar with the Scriptures
Of or pertaining to a family; domestic
An animal, such as a pet, a Nature Spirit, or a magickal creature that aids and protects a Witch Cats are commonly associated with Witches as familiars
An animal [either mortal or on the astral plane] which enhances a Witches magical workings Familiars are also attributed to do tasks for Witches, but I don't know many familiars who do anything besides help out with raising energy during a rite Traditionally, cats were most commonly associated as being a Witches familiar, which is why cats were often seen as bad luck in Europe around the early 1800s [massive slaughters of cats around that time led to a rise in the rat population wihch was the cause of the spread of the bubonic plague, more commonly known as the Black Plague]
a spirit (usually in animal form) that acts as an assistant to a witch or wizard a person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop) who renders service in return for support having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship; "on familiar terms"; "pretending she is on an intimate footing with those she slanders"
If you are familiar with something, you know or understand it well. Lesinko is quite familiar with Central Television. He worked there for 25 years + familiarity fa·mili·ar·ity The enemy would always have the advantage of familiarity with the rugged terrain
{i} good friend, acquaintance; member of the household of a pope or bishop; officer of the Inquisition; demon or evil spirit who comes when summoned
If someone or something is familiar to you, you recognize them or know them well. He talked of other cultures as if they were more familiar to him than his own They are already familiar faces on our TV screens. the familiar names of long-established local firms. + familiarity fa·mili·ar·ity Tony was unnerved by the uncanny familiarity of her face
A spirit or guardian who is close to a human being and considered a companion in magick The spirit often manifests itself in a sacred object or a pet This explains the misconception that all witches have black cats, which is not necessarily true though a cat is a magickal creature and often does become a familiar
A familiar is the name given to the particular animal identified with a craftworker The traditional witch's familiar is depicted as a cat, although in truth it could be any animal Be sure, however, to let the familiar choose you, and not try to impose your will by deciding which is your favourite animal, or which would hold the most prestige in your eyes
A confidential officer employed in the service of the tribunal, especially in apprehending and imprisoning the accused
a person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop) who renders service in return for support
disapproval If someone you do not know well behaves in a familiar way towards you, they treat you very informally in a way that you might find offensive. The driver of that taxi-cab seemed to me familiar to the point of impertinence + familiarity fa·mili·ar·ity She needed to control her surprise at the easy familiarity with which her host greeted the head waiter. + familiarly fa·mili·ar·ly `Gerald, isn't it?' I began familiarly. a cat or other animal that lives with a witch and has magical powers
within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange; "familiar ordinary objects found in every home"; "a familiar everyday scene"; "a familiar excuse"; "a day like any other filled with familiar duties and experiences
a person who is frequently in the company of another; "drinking companions"; "comrades in arms"
(usually followed by `with') well informed about or knowing thoroughly; "conversant with business trends"; "familiar with the complex machinery"; "he was familiar with those roads"
An animal who has a spiritual bond with a witch This animal is usually the family pet or it can be a spiritual entity created to protect the home from the astral Warlock: Warlocks are former witches who failed to follow the wiccan crede (moral code) According to The Book of Shadows, a warlock will hunt out and kill as many witches as possible Witch: A person, male or female, who follows the ways of the Wicca A witch is not evil until he or she uses their power for evil purposes Wicca: This is the alternative name for modern witchcraft The practices of the Wicca date back to ancient times and formed the term witch in "old english" Wiccan Rede: The Wiccan rede is the moral code of the witches: "An ye harm none, do what ye will" THis means that witches are allowed to do what they like as long as they harm no one
Some form of animal which has a strong psychic links with a Witch This animal is treated as a magickal partner, and believed to lend energy and insight to the magickal user It was at one time believed to be an incarnated portion of the soul of the person who had the creature
a spirit (usually in animal form) that acts as an assistant to a witch or wizard
{s} ordinary, common; skilled; close, intimate; well-known; informal; tame; domestic (Archaic)
Characterized by, or exhibiting, the manner of an intimate friend; not formal; unconstrained; easy; accessible
to know about a person or a thing (e g I am familiar with how to change a flat tire )
An intimate; a companion
Well known; well understood; common; frequent; as, a familiar illustration
having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship; "on familiar terms"; "pretending she is on an intimate footing with those she slanders"
well known or easily recognized; "a familiar figure"; "familiar songs"; "familiar guests"
An attendant demon or evil spirit
Improperly acquainted; wrongly intimate
familiar with
having fair knowledge of; "they were acquainted"; "fully acquainted with the facts"
Familiar.
old

When he got drunk and quarrelsome they just gave him the old heave-ho.

familiarity
Informality; impertinence

Murrel did not in the least object to being called a monkey, yet he always felt a slight distaste when Julian Archer called him one. It had to do with a fine shade between familiarity and intimacy which men like Murrel are never ready to disregard, however ready they may be to black their faces.

familiarity
An instance of familiar behaviour
familiarity
{n} intimacy, easy intercourse
familiarly
{a} intimately, without formality
ring a familiar bell
(deyim) [for something] to cause someone to remember something or for it to seem familiar
Familiarity
familiarness
be familiar with
knows one's way around an issue, be well-versed at, be an expert on/at
being familiar with
being acquainted with, being conversant with, being versed in, being aware of, being no stranger to
familiarities
plural of familiarity
familiarity
{i} skill; friendship, intimacy; freedom, relaxed behavior; excessive friendliness
familiarity
Anything said or done by one person to another unceremoniously and without constraint; esp
familiarity
usualness by virtue of being familiar or well known
familiarity
personal knowledge or information about someone or something
familiarity
a casual manner
familiarity
close or warm friendship; "the absence of fences created a mysterious intimacy in which no one knew privacy"
familiarity
an act of undue intimacy close or warm friendship; "the absence of fences created a mysterious intimacy in which no one knew privacy"
familiarity
Close or habitual acquaintance with someone; recognizability
familiarity
The state of being familiar; intimate and frequent converse, or association; unconstrained intercourse; freedom from ceremony and constraint; intimacy; as, to live in remarkable familiarity
familiarity
Familiarity is used especially in the expression familiarity breeds contempt to say that if you know a person or situation very well, you can easily lose respect for that person or become careless in that situation. see also familiar
familiarity
Undue intimacy
familiarity
having enough information to be able to judge the safety or risks of an LMO It can be used to indicate ways of handling risks It is not synonymous with safety Relatively low degree of familiarity may be compensated for by appropriate management practices Familiarity can be increased as a result of a trial or experiment This increased familiarity can then form a basis for future risk assessment [BSWG/2/5: Panel of Experts on Biosafety, Cairo 1995]
familiarity
Any aspect or reception between planets
familiarity
an act of undue intimacy
familiarity
such actions and words as propriety and courtesy do not warrant; liberties
familiarity
Sexual intimacy
familiarity
level of knowledge of a brand or product
familiarity
an act of undue intimacy close or warm friendship; "the absence of fences created a mysterious intimacy in which no one knew privacy" usualness by virtue of being familiar or well known
familiarity
in the pl
familiarity
The state of being extremely friendly; intimacy
familiarized
past of familiarize
familiarized
{s} accustomed, acclimatized, habituated; made well-known, made commonplace, made ordinary (also familiarised)
familiarized
having achieved a comfortable relationship with your environment
familiarly
in an intimately familiar manner; "Sid, as he was familiarly known by his friends, was one of the most respected and devoted members of the socialist minority group
familiarly
In a familiar manner
familiarly
If you say that something or someone is familiarly known as a particular thing or familiarly called a particular thing, you are giving the name that people use informally to refer to it. Ann Hamilton's father, familiarly known as `Dink'. in an informal or friendly way
familiarly
in a friendly manner
familiarly
In a familiar manner}
familiarness
{i} state of being well-known, being renowned; relativeness; frequentness
familiars
Small animals who aid a practitioner in performing magick by channelling the power, thereby yielding a greater level of effectiveness Where would a witch be without her familiar? Not all practitioners use familiars to perform magick Any small animal can be a familiar, although the cat seems to be the favorite Other popular familiars include dogs (including wolves, foxes, coyotes), birds (including both domestic and wild), small reptiles such as lizards and snakes, and, rising in popularity, ferrets So far, only Ruth has a familiar we know about: Sebo
familiars
plural of familiar
familiars
Either a Witch's pet animal which has been trained to be a magickal helper, or an artificially created "elemental" which performs the same functions as the animal friend
long-familiar
frequently experienced; known closely or intimately; "a long-familiar face"; "a well-known voice reached her ears
make familiar with
go into detail; act too freely, take too much liberty
strike a familiar chord
sound well-known, reminding of something familiar
familiar
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