homograph

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Englisch - Türkisch
eşyazımlı
eşyazılımlı
eşyazilimli
esyazilimli
{i} eşyazımlı sözcük
{i} aynı yazılıp farklı anlama gelen sözcük
homograf
fair
{i} panayır
fair
{s} adil

Aşkta ve savaşta her şey adildir. - All's fair in love and war.

Davadaki hakim adil değildi. - The judge in the case was not fair.

fair
{i} festival
fair
{i} lunapark (gezici)
fair
pak
fair
{s} makul

Bunu için makul bir fiyat ödedik. - We paid a fair price for it.

Adil ve makul olmadığından dolayı önerinizi kabul edemem. - I can't agree to your proposal on the ground that it is not fair and reasonable.

fair
pazar
fair
net
fair
{s} güzel, açık ve güneşli (hava)
fair
saf
fair
{f} doğrulukla
fair
{s} iyi

O, İngilizceyi oldukça iyi konuşur. - He speaks English fairly well.

Tom dün girdiği sınavda oldukça iyi yaptı. - Tom did fairly well on the test he took yesterday.

fair
şöyle böyle
fair
güz

O bütün ülkenin en güzeliydi. - She was the fairest in the whole land.

Yağmurdan sonra, güzel hava. - After the rain, fair weather.

fair
eşit

Dün gece ipek ve ince kumaş hakkında ya da eşitlik ve adil yargılama hakkında bir rüya gördüm. - I dreamt a dream last night, about silk and fine cloth or about equality and fair trial.

fair
harfi harfine
fair
{s} beyaz tenli
fair
{s} adaletli, adil
fair
{s} çok

Tom'un çok açık bir teni var ve güneşte kolayca yanar. - Tom has a very fair complexion and burns easily in the sun.

Yaklaşık üç yıl süren yoğun çalışmadan sonra Tom Fransızcada çok akıcı oldu. - Tom became fairly fluent in French after about three years of intense study.

homographic
eşyazımlı
homographic
aynı yazılıp farklı anlama gelen
Englisch - Englisch
A word that is spelled the same as another but has a different meaning and usually a different etymology
a word that is spelled the same as another, but is different in meaning, origin, grammar, or pronunciation. For example, the noun 'record' is a homograph of the verb 'record' homonym, homophone homophone (homo- + -graphos )
a word that is spelled the same as another word but differs in meaning and origin and may differ in pronunciation and syllabication [e g , bow (and arrow) vs bow (bend at the waist)]
{i} word which has the identical written form as another word but differs in sound meaning and origin
A term with the same spelling as, but a different meaning from, another term
a market, and fair, a
two words are homographs if they are spelled the same way but differ in meaning (e g fair)
fair
a word which has the same spelling as another but different meaning, derivation, or pronunciation Same as "homogram " See also: heteronym, homonym, homophone
beautiful
A word or a symbol which is visually the same as another, but which represents a different sound or meaning A special form of homographs occur with names in Chinese; for, even though a single Han character may be pronounced the same, and refer to the same canonical family name, families who wish to distinguish themselves from others using the same name often create a slightly modified form of the character which they use for their own name In Unicode, these stylistic variations on a single character are not distinctly encoded; however, a mechanism for indirectly encoding this information in Unicode plain text format is currently under consideration
a word that is spelled the same as another word but has a different part of speech, and is therefore explained in a separate entry
One of two or more words identical in orthography, but having different derivations and meanings; as, fair, n
two words are homographs if they are spelled the same way but differ in meaning e
homographic
Possessing the property of homography
homographic
Employing a single and separate character to represent each sound; said of certain methods of spelling words
homographic
Spelt identically; written literatim
homographic
{s} pertaining to words that are spelled the same but have different meanings
homographs
plural of homograph
homograph

    Silbentrennung

    ho·mo·graph

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'hä-m&-"graf, 'hO- ] (noun.) 1873. From homo- Ancient Greek ὁμός (“same”) + -graph Ancient Greek γράφος (“that which is written”)

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