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Englisch - Türkisch

Herkes onun kahramanlığını övdü. - Everybody praised his heroism.

Ulysses Grant bir kahramandı. - Ulysses Grant was a hero.

bir roman veya olay kahramanı
yarı tanrı kabul edilen çok kuwetli adam
(Askeri) elektromanyetik radyasyonun olumsuz etkileri; elektromanyetik radyasyonun ordu donatım malzemesine olumsuz etkileri (electromagnetic radiation hazards; hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance)
(Mitoloji) Leandros'un sevgilisi olan rahibe. Sevgilisi ölünce, cesedinin başında oda kendini öldürdü
{i} alp
baş karakter
{i} (çoğ. --es)
{i} edeb. kahraman, baş karakter
bir kimsenin taparcasına hayranı olma
{i} yiğit
hero worship bir kahramana ilah gibi tapınma
(Mitoloji) hero
hero worship
{f} kahramana tapın
hero worship
{i} kahramana tapınma
hero worship
taparcasına hayranlık duyma

Taparcasına hayranlık duymak tehlikeli bir şey. - Hero worship is a dangerous thing.

hero worship
hero worship
hayranı olma
hero worship

Kahramanlar her zaman geç gelir. - Heroes always arrive late.

Batman ve Robin, Gotham'daki tek kahramanlardır. - Batman and Robin are the only heroes in Gotham.

super hero
süper kahraman
action hero
Aksiyon Kahramanı
culture hero
kültür kahraman
dead hero
ölü kahraman
tragic hero
Trajik kahraman
unsung hero
(deyim) Adsız kahraman
folk hero syndrome
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) halk kahramanı sendromu
national hero
ulusal kahraman
secret hero
gizli kahraman
the popular hero
halk kahramanı
Englisch - Englisch
The main protagonist in a work of fiction
A real or mythical person of great bravery who carries out extraordinary deeds
Someone who possesses supernatural powers (in fiction) such as Superman
A role model
A large sandwich made from meats and cheeses; a hero sandwich
An unwilling sufferer of an act of terrorism, terminal disease, or other tragedy
A champion
{n} a brave or worthy man, a great warrior
A person, typically a man, who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities

William the Conquror was a hero for the Normans but not one for the English.

If you describe someone as your hero, you mean that you admire them a great deal, usually because of a particular quality or skill that they have. My boyhood hero was Bobby Charlton = idol. Mythological or legendary figure, often of divine descent, who is endowed with great strength or ability, like the heroes celebrated in early epics such as Gilgamesh, The Iliad, Beowulf, or the Chanson de Roland. Usually illustrious warriors or adventurers, heroes are often represented as fulfilling a quest (e.g., Aeneas, in Virgil's Aeneid, founding the Roman state, or Beowulf ridding his people of the monstrous Grendel and his mother). Heroes often possess special qualities such as unusual beauty, precocity, and skills in many crafts. Often inclined to boasting and foolhardiness, they defy pain and death to live fully, creating a moment's glory that survives in the memory of their descendants. culture hero Hero and Leander Hero of Alexandria
The hero of a book, play, film, or story is the main male character, who usually has good qualities. The hero of Doctor Zhivago dies in 1929. = protagonist villain
[14] Heroin [19] comes from German heroin, said to have been coined from the delusions of heroism which afflict those who take the drug
Greek mathematician and inventor who devised a way to determine the area of a triangle and who described various mechanical devices (first century)
(classical mythology) a being of great strength and courage celebrated for bold exploits; often the offspring of a mortal and a god
a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
A rarity on the battlefield, the hero is a solitary combatant that is able to perform actions without being part of a unit Unlike Stragglers, who have been separated from their unit, heroes were never part of a unit Heroes may be part of the player's command structure (such as a platoon or company commander), or they may be independent of the command structure (such as civilians or journalists)
A large sandwich made from meats and cheeses
someone who fights for a cause
one who inspires through manners and actions; an individual who leads through personal example and accomplishments requiring bravery, skill, determination, and other admirable qualities
{i} very brave person, one who has committed a courageous act; primary male character (of a story, play, etc.); male character who commits great deeds and is regarded as a god (Classical Mythology); priestess of Aphrodite (Greek Mythology)
  Abbreviation for hazards of electro­mag­netic radiation to ordnance
A hero is someone, especially a man, who has done something brave, new, or good, and who is therefore greatly admired by a lot of people. He called Mr Mandela a hero who had inspired millions
the principal character in a play or movie or novel or poem (Greek mythology) priestess of Aphrodite who killed herself when her lover Leander drowned while trying to swim the Hellespont to see her (classical mythology) a being of great strength and courage celebrated for bold exploits; often the offspring of a mortal and a god a man distinguished by exceptional courage and nobility and strength; "RAF pilots were the heroes of the Battle of Britain"
(Greek mythology) priestess of Aphrodite who killed herself when her lover Leander drowned while trying to swim the Hellespont to see her
An illustrious man, supposed to be exalted, after death, to a place among the gods; a demigod, as Hercules
the principal character in a play or movie or novel or poem
a man distinguished by exceptional courage and nobility and strength; "RAF pilots were the heroes of the Battle of Britain"
A man of distinguished valor or enterprise in danger, or fortitude in suffering; a prominent or central personage in any remarkable action or event; hence, a great or illustrious person
hero sandwich
A large sandwich on a long thick bun
Hero and Leander
Lovers celebrated in Greek legend. Hero, a virgin priestess of Aphrodite, was seen by Leander of Abydos during a festival, and the two fell in love. He swam the Hellespont nightly to be with her, guided by a light from her tower. One stormy night the lamp was extinguished, and Leander drowned. When Hero saw his body on the shore, she threw herself from the tower into the sea. The story was told by Ovid and was treated by Christopher Marlowe in his play Hero and Leander and by Lord Byron in The Bride of Abydos
hero of the day
person who is praised and admired for a short time
hero sandwich
{i} submarine sandwich, sub, sandwich made of a loaf of French or Italian bread cut in half lengthwise and filled with slices of meats or cheese and vegetables (lettuce, tomato, onion and condiments)
hero worship
Intense or excessive admiration for a hero or a person regarded as a hero. great admiration for someone who is thought to be very brave, good, skilful etc - often used to show disapproval
hero worship
admiration for great men (or their memory)
hero worshiper
someone who worships heroes
Hero-worship is a very great admiration of someone and a belief that they are special or perfect. Singer Brett Anderson inspires old-fashioned hero-worship
idolize: love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol; "Many teenagers idolized the Beatles"
The noun is also spelled hero worship
If you hero-worship someone, you admire them a great deal and think they are special or perfect. He was amused by the way younger actors started to hero-worship and copy him
folk hero
Culture. A hero, in reality or mythology, who is loathed by the rich and powerful but idolized by the common people, often stealing from or rebelling against the former to make life better for the latter

Convicted killer Devin Moore is considered a folk hero by the disillusioned youth and the gaming populace.

go from zero to hero
To become very popular after being unpopular
go from zero to hero
To change from negative outcome to positive outcome. To improve one's fortunes significantly
have-a-go hero
An ordinary member of the public who intervenes, often at personal risk, to stop a troublemaker, hooligan or ne'er-do-well in the act of committing a crime
monarchical hero
A king or other leader of a people who embarks on a quest or defeats or vanquishes a great evil for the general welfare of his followers and his realm. It is often synonymous with the Arthurian hero

Kang favored an activist, monarchical hero - a Chinese Caeser - to carry out institutional reform.

tragic hero
A hero who suffers from a tragic flaw that eventually causes his downfall
unsung hero
One who does great deeds but receives little or no recognition for them
unsung hero
(deyim) Great person behind the scenes who has not been honored or praised

The mothers of the graduates are the unsung heroes. The mothers are Homework Supervisors!.

An anti-hero is the main character in a novel, play, or film who is not morally good and does not behave like a typical hero. hero
hero of a story or film which does not have the typical qualities of a hero (such as bravery, etc.)
hero of culture
culture hero
Mythological figure who secures for humanity the attributes of culture either in cooperation with or in opposition to the gods. The culture hero is often an animal or trickster figure, the most common motif being the animal who steals fire from the gods for the benefit of humans. In other stories the culture hero is human and must overcome the opposition of animals. In still others, the culture hero must travel to an inaccessible place to reach a life-giving or healing tree or other plant; supernatural animals may assist or obstruct him. See also Prometheus
folk hero
someone who people in a particular place admire very much because of something they have done
football hero
a football player who has achieved a reputation for success
plural of hero
local hero
local idol, person who is highly respected in his home town
mythological hero
hero that has been made larger than life, hero that appears in legends
tragic hero
central literary figure of an anti-hero that is prevented from acting
war hero
soldier who performed some brave act during wartime
Türkisch - Englisch
(Mitoloji) hero



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈhērō/ /ˈhiːroʊ/


    [ hir-(")O, hE-(")rO ] (noun.) 14th century. Via Latin hērōs (“hero”) from Ancient Greek ἥρως (hērōs, “demi-god, hero”) from Proto-Indo-European *ser- (“to watch over, protect”) American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.Webster's New World College Dictionary: Fourth Edition. 1999.. Related to Latin servo (“protect”). Replaced Old English hæleþ.


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