highlight

listen to the pronunciation of highlight
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} önemli olay

Bu, günümün önemli olayıydı. - This was the highlight of my day.

{f} 1. -i vurgulamak, -in altını çizmek, -e dikkati
(Bilgisayar) vurgulama
opera
aydınlatmak
-e dikkati çekmek
(Bilgisayar) karartmak
ışıkla vurgulamak
toplantı
ışıklı bölüm (resimde)
parlak ışık vermek
(neyinse özel bir bölümüne) dikkati çekmek
en önemli/göze çarpan kısım
önem vermek
(resimde) parlak çekit
{i} vurgu

XYZ'den önceki kelime sarı ile vurgulanmalı. - The word before XYZ should be highlighted in yellow.

Yazarın iki karakterinin yan yana koyulması onların kusurlarını vurguluyor. - The author's juxtaposition of the two characters highlights their flaws.

{f} vurgula

Fadıl'ın hikayesi birkaç gazetede vurgulandı. - Fadil's story was highlighted in several newspapers.

XYZ'den önceki kelime sarı ile vurgulanmalı. - The word before XYZ should be highlighted in yellow.

ilgi çekici olay; en önemli bölüm
fotoğrafçılık parlak nokta
(resimde) ışıklı bölüm
(bilgisayar) bir metni seçerek vurgulamak
önemli kısım
-i vurgulamak, -in altını çizmek, -e dikkati çekmek
hatırlanacak kısım
(to) vurgulamak
{f} belirt
(to) karartmak / vurgulamak
{i} parlak nokta
{i} ilginç olay
dikkat çek
{i} foto. parlak nokta
dili özel bir kısmına dikkati çekmek
(Bilgisayar) vurgulu

Yazarın iki karakterinin yan yana koyulması onların kusurlarını vurguluyor. - The author's juxtaposition of the two characters highlights their flaws.

Yazarın iki karakteri bir araya getirmesi, onların farklılıklarının yanı sıra onların benzerliklerini de vurguluyor. - The author's juxtaposition of the two characters highlights their differences, but also their similarities.

ışıklı bölüm
belirtmek (altını çizerek)
altını çizmek
en önemli bölüm
highlight color
(Bilgisayar) vurgu rengi
highlight edges
(Bilgisayar) kenarları vurgulama
highlight key points
vurgu anahtar noktaları
highlight text
(Bilgisayar) vurgulu metin
highlight a dilemma
bir ikilem vurgulamak
highlight pen
vurgulamak kalem
highlight an icon
simgeyi karartın
highlight box
vurgu kutusu
highlights
{i} akılda kalıcı bölümler
highlights
{i} hatırda kalıcı sahneler
highlights
{i} röfle

Saçım röflesiz daha iyi görünüyor. - My hair looks better without highlights.

highlighting
belirterek
highlighting
vurgulama
highlighting
(Askeri) önemini vurgulama
highlighting
belirtme
highlighting
belirten
highlights
(Fotoğrafçılık) resimdeki en parlak alanlar
highlights
(Bilgisayar) vurgulanmışlar
highlights
(Bilgisayar) önemli noktalar
highlights
(Bilgisayar) taranmışlar
highlighting
{f} belirt
football highlight
bir futbol maçının en önemli kısımları, goller, gol pozisyonları vs
highlighted
belirtilmiş
highlights
çiziyor
highlights
belirtiyor
recorded highlight
özet görüntüler
highlighted
kararmış
mouse highlight
(Bilgisayar) fare vurgulaması
Englisch - Englisch
: To make prominent; emphasize
: To mark (important passages of text) with a usually fluorescent marker as a means of memory retention or for later reference
An especially significant or interesting detail or event
An area or a spot in a drawing, painting, or photograph that is strongly illuminated
: To be a highlight of
Highlights in a person's hair are narrow lighter areas made by dyeing or sunlight
Êthe lightest, brightest part of a photograph or halftoned image I
To highlight something click once with the left mouse button to one side of the object, move the mouse pointer over the object and let go of the mouse button when the object has been selected For example to highlight THESE THREE WORDS click on the left of the first letter of the first word, drag the mouse along to the end of the last word and release the mouse button
[re: images] the lightest or whitest parts in a photograph or illustration represented in halftone reproduction by the smallest dots or the absence of dots
{i} something prominent or memorable, particularly enjoyable experience or event, interesting or important part; bright area, area where there is a concentration of light (as in a picture or painting)
{f} stress, emphasize, accent, spotlight
The lightest part of an image, represented in a halftone by the smallest dots, or the absence of dots
A very bright area in a scene, print or transparency; a very dense, dark area in a negative Also called a high value
To make something visually distinct, typically when it's selected Usually done by reversing black and white areas Source: NUIG
move into the foreground to make more visible or prominent; "The introduction highlighted the speaker's distinguished career in linguistics"
Highlights are the lightest parts of an image In halftones, highlights have no or very few of the smallest dots
Places a background on the selected text, just like drawing across the text with a highlighter pen Pale colors work best unless you have pale colored text
To make something stand out from its background in order to show that it's selected or active The Mac usually handles this by reversing the colors (for example, switching black and white) or, in the case of text, by placing a colored bar over the words
(1) (n ) The result of directional light sources cast on an object surface See also specular highlight (2) (v ) To change the intensity or color of an object or primitive to make it more noticeable
To shade the space occupied by a word or group of words by holding down the mouse and sweeping across them This may be done to select words to be deleted (or cut), copied and pasted, or to in some way alter the format (such as by underlining, italicizing, or using color)
The highlights of an event, activity, or period of time are the most interesting or exciting parts of it. a match that is likely to prove one of the highlights of the tournament
This is the lightest part of an image
To make prominent; emphasize
The lightest part of an image; that is, the part with the greatest value
To make an object on a display screen stand out by displaying it in a different mode from other objects Typical highlighted objects include menu options, command buttons, and selected blocks of text
(or Select) To choose an icon or other representation of a file by clicking the mouse pointer over it The image changes color to indicate the item has been selected
The lightest or whitest parts in a photograph represented in halftone reproduction by the smallest dots or the absence of all dots
A very bright area in a scene, print, or transparency; a very dense, dark area in a negative Also called a high value
an area of lightness in a picture
the lightest, brightest part of a photograph or halftoned image
The brightest area in an original or an image represented in a halftone by the smallest dots or the absence of dots
If someone or something highlights a point or problem, they emphasize it or make you think about it. Two events have highlighted the tensions in recent days
A graphic technique used to provide a visual cue to the current selection or to the current location of the input focus Highlighting is frequently accomplished by reversing the video of the selection
(noun) Portion of an image where there is an area representing intense light; hence, few or no ink dots are printed The lightest part of a positive image
To highlight a piece of text means to mark it in a different colour, either with a special type of pen or on a computer screen. the relevant maps with the route highlighted in yellow
To be a highlight of
The act of clicking and dragging the cursor across the computer screen so that each character the cursor passes over changes color The purpose of highlighting is to show which characters will be affected by the next action performed
to surround something with color by clicking and dragging over it; highlighting indicates you are going to work with whatever you selected or highlighted; if something is highlighted with a flashing insertion point (line) at then end of it you can begin typing and the old will be replaced with the new information you type, no need to backspace; use highlight to cut, copy, and paste things
To mark (important passages of text) with a usually fluorescent marker as a means of memory retention or for later reference
A very light area in a scene, print, or transparency; a very dense, dark area in a negative Also called a high value
The lightest or whitest part of an image with discernible detail A highlight is represented in a halftone image by the smallest dot patterns A specular highlight is whiter and lighter, but has no detail
an area of lightness in a picture the most interesting or memorable part; "the highlight of the tour was our visit to the Vatican
the most interesting or memorable part; "the highlight of the tour was our visit to the Vatican"
highlight a dilemma
focus on a problem
highlight facts
stress facts, accent the truths
highlighting
Present participle of highlight
highlighted
Indicates that an object or text is selected and will be affected by your next action Highlighted text appears in reverse video on monochrome monitors and in a chosen color on color monitors Highlighted objects may change color or be surrounded by some sort of selection cursor
highlighted
past of highlight
highlighted
Visually distinct selected text or image Usually it is highlighted in either blue or black
highlighted
refers to a line of text which when selected will be used for your next action request Highlighted text appears in a different colour or image intensity level
highlighted
Selected item Highlighted items might change colour or be reversed or be surrounded by a selection cursor
highlighted
A word or phrase marked so as to stand out
highlighted
Visually distinct, usually because the colors are reversed
highlighted
{s} stressed, emphasized, accented, spotlighted
highlighted
Marked text with colored background and often white lettering
highlighted
A selected item Different colors usually appear over a highlighted object to show that it's been singled out for further action
highlighting
The display of text in inverse video or with a colored background Highlighting in display text corresponds to a selection range in source text
highlighting
an area of lightness in a picture
highlighting
n Changing of some piece of output so that it stands out CLIM often highlights the presentation under the pointer to indicate that it is sensitive
highlighting
Making some piece of output stand out, for example by changing its color or drawing a colored line around it CLIM often highlights the presentation under the pointer to indicate that it is sensitive
highlighting
Finishing technique in which colored finish materials are removed in a pattern which enhances the natural grain patterns
highlighting
Highlighting text means displaying it with a different foreground and/or background color to make it stand out from the rest of the text in the buffer
highlighting
Highlighting is applying paint typically to raised areas of a miniature to give a similar effect to that of drybrushing The advantage of highlighting over drybrushing is that you can put the paint on thicker than with drybrushing, so that not so many coats of drybrushing need be applied Also, you gain more control over where the paint goes, so this is good for adding highlights to areas which are hard to get at, where drybrushing would risk applying paint to areas which were not desired to be painted In highlighting, you typically would paint along the contours of the miniature, where with drybrushing you normally paint across the contours
highlighting
An area of the skin or hair containing highlights
highlighting
Shading a figure with lighter tones to pick out the raised areas This can be done with techniques such as blending or drybrushing
highlighting
A transparent colored bar over selected text
highlighting
Method of accentuating hazardous or noteworthy items of interest (such as a red flashing symbol indicating an imminent navigational danger or a message displayed at higher brightness, or a combination of several such methods)
highlighting
A color-removal technique in the finishing process, which is used to highlight natural grain characteristics
highlighting
Rendering specific portions of a scene in a distinctive color, indicating a portion of the scene graph that is ready to be picked and manipulated independently of other objects in the scene
highlighting
Annotation that places a transparent colored graphic (usually a rectangle) over some portion of an image
highlights
The lightest parts of an image
highlights
third-person singular of highlight
highlights
The brightest areas of a subject and the corresponding areas in a negative, a print, or a slide
highlights
The brightest or lightest parts of a photograph
highlights
- The brightest parts of a photo
highlights
The brightest areas of the subject
highlights
{i} brightest areas of a picture (Phtography); small or thick strands of hair that are selected and are lightened at least 2 shades lighter than the rest of a person's hair (Hair care)
highlights
The whitest or brightest part of an image; the opposite of shadows
highlights
The lightest tones in an image
highlights
plural of , highlight
highlights
The Highlights section discusses interesting programs, recent initiatives, or juvenile justice legislation in the state
highlights
The brightest parts of a scene that yield texture or image information With slide film, it's best to bias expose for the highlights, as overexposure of bright areas will yield a burnt-out look A spectral highlight is pure light and will print as "paper" white
highlights
Lightest portions of a photograph or halftone, as compared to midtones and shadows
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