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Definition von gaudi im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

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{s} şatafatlı
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çiğ (renk)
family name
soyadı

Herhangi biri Tom'un soyadını biliyor mu? - Does anyone know Tom's family name?

Soyadınızın yazılışı nasıl? - What's the spelling of your family name?

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parlak
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cart
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gösterişli
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cırtlak
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aşırı süslü
family name
aile adı

Tom mahkum edilmişse aile adımız mahvolacak. - Our family name will be ruined if Tom is convicted.

Aile adınızın yazılımı nasıl? - What's the spelling of your family name?

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İngiltere üniversitelerinde yıllık ziyafet
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gaudilygösterişli surette
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{s} çiğ renkli
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{s} aşırı ve zevksiz bir şekilde süslü
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süslü püslü
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{i} mezunlar yıllık ziyafeti
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zevksiz
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{s} cırtlak renkli
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(isim) mezunlar yıllık ziyafeti
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gaudinessaşırı süslülük
Englisch - Englisch
{i} family name
Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926)
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A reunion held by one of the colleges of the University of Oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations
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Very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner

Gaudy jewellery might offend some people's sense of style. But former heavyweight champion and grilling-machine entrepreneur George Foreman is philosophical about today's craze for bling-bling.

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{a} showy, ostentatiously fine
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{n} a feast
Antoni Gaudí
Spanish Antonio Gaudí y Cornet born June 25, 1852, Reus, Spain died June 10, 1926, Barcelona Spanish (Catalan) architect. Though his early works were Mudéjar (Spanish Muslim-Christian) in effect, his work after 1902 eluded all convention. He began to produce "equilibrated" structures able to stand on their own without bracing; his system employed piers and columns that tilt to transmit diagonal forces and thin-shell, laminated-tile vaults. Works such as the Park Güell (1900-14), Casa Milá (1905-10), and Casa Batlló (1904-06) feature undulating surfaces and polychrome decoration (e.g., pieces of broken ceramic). Much of his later career was occupied with the extraordinary church of the Holy Family (Sagrada Familia), still unfinished at his death, in which he transformed the Gothic style into a complex forest of flowing forms and exuberant detail, with spiral-shaped piers, vaults, towers, and a hyperbolic paraboloid roof
Antoni Gaudí i Cornet
Spanish Antonio Gaudí y Cornet born June 25, 1852, Reus, Spain died June 10, 1926, Barcelona Spanish (Catalan) architect. Though his early works were Mudéjar (Spanish Muslim-Christian) in effect, his work after 1902 eluded all convention. He began to produce "equilibrated" structures able to stand on their own without bracing; his system employed piers and columns that tilt to transmit diagonal forces and thin-shell, laminated-tile vaults. Works such as the Park Güell (1900-14), Casa Milá (1905-10), and Casa Batlló (1904-06) feature undulating surfaces and polychrome decoration (e.g., pieces of broken ceramic). Much of his later career was occupied with the extraordinary church of the Holy Family (Sagrada Familia), still unfinished at his death, in which he transformed the Gothic style into a complex forest of flowing forms and exuberant detail, with spiral-shaped piers, vaults, towers, and a hyperbolic paraboloid roof
Antonio Gaudi
a Spanish architect (=someone who designs buildings) who built many unusual, highly decorated buildings in Barcelona, the most famous of which is the cathedral (=large important church) called La Templo Sagrada Familia (1852-1926)
Antonio Gaudi
famous Spanish architect (1852-1926), worked exclusively in Barcelona
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gaudish
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One of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited
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disapproval If something is gaudy, it is very brightly-coloured and showy. her gaudy orange-and-purple floral hat. = garish. clothes, colours etc that are gaudy are too bright and look cheap - used to show disapproval (gaud (14-19 centuries), probably from gaudir )
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A feast or festival; called also gaud-day and gaudy day
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{s} showy, flashy, garish; tacky; excessively colorful, overly ornamented
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Excessively showy or ornamented in a tasteless or vulgar manner
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Ostentatiously fine; showy; gay, but tawdry or meretricious
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Gay; merry; festal
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A jolly good (normally annual) college dinner for old members
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tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"
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(used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display
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festive
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a celebratory feast held annually at one of the colleges in a British university
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