miracle

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Englisch - Türkisch
mucize

Onun uçak kazasında ölmemiş olması bir mucize. - It's a miracle he wasn't killed in the plane crash.

Onun kazada ölmemiş olması bir mucize. - It's a miracle that he wasn't killed in the accident.

{i} harika

Çocuklar için, bu dünya harikalar ve mucizelerle doludur. - For children, this world is full of wonders and miracles.

{i} harika şey
(Tıp) mirakl
miracle play ortaçağa mahsus dini piyes
{i} alâmet
{i} keramet
muciz
emarat
tansık
miracle play
ortaçağa mahsus dini piyes
miracle cure
mucize kur
miracle play
ortaçağ dini piyesi
miracle worker
keramet sahibi
perform a miracle
mucize gerçekleştirmek
economic miracle
ekonomik mucize
miracles
mucizeler
barring a miracle
bir mucize olmazsa
work a miracle
bir mucize yaratmak
Englisch - Englisch
An awesome and exceptional example of something

It was a miracle of engineering that made possible, with the cheap electricity the dam generated, another kind of miracle: the bizarre, superilluminated city of Las Vegas, Nevada.

A fortunate outcome that prevails despite overwhelming odds against it

Seen in this light it was a miracle of economic history that Europe was able to undertake so much higher a proportion of its expansion overseas, and secure a massive injection of resources and big markets without a commensurate growth in her numbers.

A wonderful event occurring in the physical world attributed to supernatural powers
{n} some act or event that is beyond the ordinary laws of nature
A miracle is a wonderful and surprising event that is believed to be caused by God. Jesus's ability to perform miracles. Extraordinary event attributed to a supernatural power. Belief in miracles exists in all cultures and nearly all religions. The Upanishads assert that the experience of religious insight and transformation is the only "miracle" worth considering, but popular Hinduism attributes miraculous powers to the ascetic yogis. Confucianism had little room for miracles. Daoism, however, mingled with Chinese folk religion to produce a rich crop of miracles. Though Buddha Gautama deprecated his own miraculous powers as devoid of spiritual significance, accounts of his miraculous birth and life were later woven into his legend and into those of later Buddhist saints. Miracles are taken for granted throughout the Hebrew scriptures and were fairly common in the Greco-Roman world. The New Testament records miracles of healing and other wonders performed by Jesus. Miracles also attest to the holiness of Christian saints. Muhammad renounced miracles as a matter of principle (the Qurn was the great miracle), but his life was later invested with miraculous details. Muslim popular religion, particularly under the influence of Sufism, abounds in miracles and wonder-working saints
the change of mind that shifts our perception from the ego's world of sin, guilt, and fear, to the Holy Spirit's world of forgiveness; reverses projection by restoring to the mind its causative function, allowing us to choose again; transcends the laws of this world to reflect the laws of God; accomplished by our joining with the Holy Spirit or Jesus, being the means of healing our own and others' minds (Note -- not to be confused with the traditional understanding of miracles as changes in external phenomena )
a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of God any amazing or wonderful occurrence
a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of God
A miracle play
Tamkerra
an event which defies the laws of nature, generally thought of as caused by God for the purpose of furthering His causes
Genus: Event Differentia: Caused by supernatural forces which supposedly contradict causality Link: Article
A quality that is wonderful, or surpasses the expectations of the physical world
A story or legend abounding in miracles
Can be a supernatural act
Any act of God in the universe that supercedes the laws of nature Providential acts which occur within the confines of natural law are not miraculous
A miracle is an out-of-the-ordinary direct and divine intervention in the world Examples would be the parting of the Red Sea, Jesus walking on water, the resurrection of Lazarus, etc Some hold that it is a violation of the natural order of physical laws Others maintain that there is no such violation upon God's part but only a natural manifestation of His work They are also known as powers and signs (Mark 9: 39; Acts 2: 22, 19: 11) and mighty works (John 10: 25-38) They are a manifestation of the power of God over nature (Josh 10: 12-14), animals (Num 22: 28), people (Gen 19: 26), and illness (2 Kings 5: 10-14) They are produced by God's power (Acts 15: 12), Christ's power (Matt 10: 1), and the Holy Spirit's power (Matt 12: 28)
A wonder or wonderful thing
{i} supernatural event; wonderful occurrence that is considered to be the work of God; marvel, wonder
An event that cannot be explained by normal or scientific means
Proof of the authenticity of revelation
A miracle drug or product does something that was thought almost impossible. a miracle drug that is said to be a cure for Aids and cancer
An event that contravenes the laws of nature Such events were not thought of as freaks but as signs of the action of God Thus, the miracle stories of the New Testament were used to "prove" the existence of God, the divinity of Jesus, the legitimacy of the church, etc They were at one time much more important to the argument between science and religion than they are today
To make wonderful
If you say that a good event is a miracle, you mean that it is very surprising and unexpected. It is a miracle no one was killed
Specifically: An event or effect contrary to the established constitution and course of things, or a deviation from the known laws of nature; a supernatural event, or one transcending the ordinary laws by which the universe is governed
An act of God contrary to the usual (providential) course of nature (Radical empiricism denies the possibility of miracles, and argues that the term is merely the subjective response of an individual surprised and/or perplexed by an otherwise natural phenomenon )
1 The birth of a baby 2 The fact that you lived to tell about it
any amazing or wonderful occurrence
miracle worker
A person who claims or is alleged to perform miracles
miracle worker
Someone who accomplishes a difficult task
miracle workers
plural form of miracle worker
miracle drug
A usually new drug that proves extraordinarily effective. Also called wonder drug
miracle man
a person who claims or is alleged to perform miracles
miracle play
A medieval drama portraying events in the lives of saints and martyrs. Type of vernacular drama performed in the Middle Ages, presenting a real or fictitious account of the life, miracles, or martyrdom of a saint. The genre evolved from the liturgical dramas of the 10th-11th centuries, which were intended to enhance church calendar festivals. By the 13th century the plays were separated from church services and performed at public festivals by members of craft guilds and other amateur actors. Most miracle plays concerned either the Virgin Mary or St. Nicholas, both of whom had active cults in the Middle Ages. See also morality play; mystery play
miracle play
a medieval play representing episodes from the life of a saint or martyr
miracle worker
one who does amazing deeds, one who creates wonders
miracle worker
approval If you describe someone as a miracle worker, you mean that they have achieved or are able to achieve success in something that other people have found very difficult. At work he was regarded as a miracle worker, the man who took risks and could not lose
European miracle
The rise of Europe to geopolitical dominance during the modern period

As Karl Ferdinand Werner has pointed out, the 'European miracle' 'did not take place after the 'Middle Ages' or in spite of the 'Middle Ages', but because of the existence of a Christian world dominated in the West by Catholic doctrines, a world we have become accustomed to call the Middle Ages.' (Hans Albert, Between social science, religion and politics: essays in critical rationalism, 1999, p. 205, citing K. F. Werner in Baechler/Hall/Mann (eds.), 1988, p. 172.).

expects a miracle
anticipates a marvel or wonderful thing; awaits an act of God
miracles
plural of miracle
miracles
(1) The birth of a baby (2) The fact that you lived to tell about it
miracles
Click to check definition something which seems to break a law of science and makes you think only God could have done it
miracles
observable events or effects which because they cannot be explained by the ordinary laws of nature are attributed to direct action of God Proof of one miracle is required for beatification; proof of a second miracle is required for canonization Miracles are not required for the canonization of martyrs
miracles
A supernatural working of God outside Second Causes General categories include "rescue miracles", "gift miracles", "healing miracles", "nature miracles", etc
work a miracle
cause something miraculous to occur
miracle
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