flamboyant

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Englisch - Türkisch
gösterişli

O gösterişli giysilerden hoşlanır. - He likes flamboyant clothes.

{s} göz alıcı

Tom oldukça göz alıcıydı. - Tom was so flamboyant.

tantanalı
havalı
anlı şanlı
göze çarpan (renk)
alev gibi parlak
{s} aşırı davranışlarından dolayı göze çarpan (kimse)
şaşaalı
saşaa
{s} ateşli
{s} süslü püslü
süs

O, dikkat çekmek için süslü giysiler giyer. - She wears flamboyant clothes to draw attention.

{s} frapan, göze çarpan (renk)
rengârenk
{s} göze batan
{s} hiddetli
alev gibi dalgalı kıvrıntılarla süslü
{s} parlak
aşırı derecede süslü
flamboyancy aşırı derecede parlaklık
flamboyantly
gösterişli bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
A showy tropical tree, the royal poinciana (Delonix regia)
Referred to as the final stage of French Gothic architecture from the 14th to the 16th centuries
Showy, bold or audacious in behaviour, appearance, etc
characterized by extravagance and in general by want of good taste
If you say that someone or something is flamboyant, you mean that they are very noticeable, stylish, and exciting. Freddie Mercury was a flamboyant star of the British hard rock scene. + flamboyance flam·boy·ance Campese was his usual mixture of flamboyance and flair
said of the later (15th century) French Gothic style
elaborately or excessively ornamented; "flamboyant handwriting"; "the senator's florid speech"
Characterized by waving or flamelike curves, as in the tracery of windows, etc
{s} showy, ostentatious, flashy, gaudy
richly and brilliantly colorful
showy tropical tree or shrub native to Madagascar; widely planted in tropical regions for its immense racemes of scarlet and orange flowers; sometimes placed in genus Poinciana
Flamboyant style
Phase of late Gothic architecture in 15th-century France and Spain. It evolved out of the Rayonnant style's increasing emphasis on decoration. Its most conspicuous feature is the dominance in stone window tracery of a flamelike S-shaped curve. Wall surface was reduced to the minimum to allow an almost continuous window expanse. Structural logic was obscured by covering buildings with elaborate tracery. Attractive French examples include Notre-Dame d'Épine near Châlons-sur-Marne, Saint-Maclou in Rouen ( 1500-14), and the northern spire of Chartres Cathedral. Spanish Flamboyant architects developed their own intricate forms of vaulting with curvilinear patterns; the Capilla del Condestable in Burgos Cathedral (1482-94) and Segovia Cathedral (begun 1525) provide examples. Flamboyant Gothic, which became increasingly ornate, gave way in France to Renaissance forms in the 16th century
flamboyant architecture
ornate or elaborate architecture
flamboyantly
showily, ostentatiously, gaudily
flamboyantly
In a flamboyant manner
flamboyantly
in a fancy colorful manner; "he dresses rather flamboyantly
flamboyant
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