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Definition von mi̇das im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

Midas
(Mitoloji) Phrigia'nın efsanevi kralı, Apollon Kulaklarını eşek kulağına çevirmişti
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(Askeri) MİDAS: Atmosferden ani olarak çıkan kıtalar arası balistik füzeleri keşfeden bir füze savunma alarm sistemi. Bu sistemde; elde edilecek bilgileri bir merkez kontrol tesisine vermek için yörüngede bir yer çevresinde bir miktar uydu bulunur
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Pabuç
midas
Mezarı, Ankara'nın Polatlı ilçesinde olan ünlü Frigya kralı
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Uzun kulaklarıyla ve dokunduğu her şeyi altına çevirmesiyle tanınan, efsanevi Frigya kralı
midas
Birçok efsaneye konu olmuş ünlü Frigya kralı
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von mi̇das im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

Midas
A king who sought and was for a while granted the cherished but subtly dangerous magical power to turn anything he touched into gold
Midas
In Greek and Roman legend, a king of Phrygia. Midas captured the satyr Silenus but treated him kindly, and as a reward was granted a wish by Dionysus. He asked that everything he touched turn to gold; but after turning his daughter to gold when she embraced him, he asked to be released from his wish. In another legend Midas was invited to judge a music contest between Apollo and the satyr Marsyas. When Midas decided against Apollo, Apollo punished him by giving him donkey's ears. See also satyr and silenus
Midas
{i} legendary king who received the gift of having everything that he touched turn to gold (Greek Mythology); one who becomes immensely rich, one who has great money making ability
midas
A genus of longeared South American monkeys, including numerous species of marmosets
midas
Multivariate Interactive Digital Analysis System (ERIM)
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Middle-tier Distributed Application Services Borland physical multitier architecture used in Delphi Renamed as DataSnap in Delphi 6
midas
(Greek legend) the greedy king of Phrygia who Dionysus gave the power to turn everything he touched into gold
midas
Macintosh Internet Developers Association
midas
Munich Image Data Analysis System A complete package for the handling of astronomical data written and maintained by a team at ESO
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Manchester Information, Datasets and Associated Services
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Munich Image Data Analysis System A suite of programs and a software environment developed at the European Southern Observatory for astronomy applications
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Manchester Information, Datasets and Associated Services Old name for MIMAS (see below) Change of name was forced by a trade mark dispute The service was officially renamed on 1 July 1999
Midas touch
The ability to gain success or financial reward from one's actions
Midas touch
The ability to make, manage, and keep huge amounts of money: "Today's market has convinced dozens of kids barely out of college that they've got the Midas touch" (Business Week). the Midas touch if someone has the Midas touch, everything they do is successful and makes money for them (Midas king of Phrygia in ancient times who was given the magic power of turning everything he touched into gold)
Midas touch
magic touch that turns everything into gold
Missile Defense Alarm System Midas
Any of a series of unmanned U.S. military satellites developed to provide warning of surprise attacks by Soviet intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM). Midas was the first such warning system in the world. Launched in the early 1960s, the reconnaissance satellites were equipped with infrared sensors capable of detecting the heat of a ballistic missile's rocket exhaust shortly after firing
midas touch
an ability to make and manage large amounts of money
King Midas
in ancient Greek stories, a king who was given the power to change everything he touched into gold. He soon realized this would not bring him happiness, when he found that even his food and drink changed into gold as soon as he touched them
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