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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} pandomim yap

Pandomim neşeli kalpler ile doludur. - The pantomime is crowded with merry hearts.

pantomimistpandomima oyuncusu
{f} pantomim oynamak
{i} pantomim
pantomimicpandomima kabilinden
(fiil) pandomim oynamak
{i} sessiz tiyatro
{f} pandomim oynamak
pandomima oynamak
scene of pantomime
(Tiyatro) lazzo
to pantomime
pantomim oynamak
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von pantomime im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

Englisch - Englisch
A Classical comic actor, especially one who works mainly through gesture and mime
A traditional theatrical entertainment, originally based on the commedia dell'arte, but later aimed mostly at children and involving physical comedy, topical jokes, and fairy-tale plots
Gesturing without speaking; dumb-show, mime

In pantomime, Chief Joyi would fling his spear and creep along the veld as he narrated the victories and defeats.

To entertain others by silent gestures or actions
The drama in ancient Greece and Rome featuring such performers; or (later) any of various kinds of performance modelled on such work
To gesture without speaking
{n} mimicry, dumb show, a mimic
n A play in which the story is told without violence to the language The least disagreeable form of dramatic action
A universal mimic; an actor who assumes many parts; also, any actor
any movements or expressions used to convey the narrative
A type of entertainment where players act out ideas or express themselves without use of their voice, sometimes to musical accompaniment
A pantomime is a funny musical play for children. Pantomimes are usually based on fairy stories and are performed at Christmas
are features
One who acts his part by gesticulation or dumb show only, without speaking; a pantomimist
A dramatic representation by actors who use only dumb show; hence, dumb show, generally
A dramatic and spectacular entertainment of which dumb acting as well as burlesque dialogue, music, and dancing by Clown, Harlequin, etc
Representing only in mute actions; pantomimic; as, a pantomime dance
a traditional Christmas entertainment, mostly for children
{i} mime show, theatrical performance in which one expresses ideas through movement and gestures without speaking
Theatrical genre in which an actor silently plays all the parts in a show while accompanied by singing; originated in ancient Rome
{f} perform a mime show, make a performance in which one expresses ideas through movement and gestures without speaking
a performance using gestures and body movements without words
A situation where a performer relies totally on gesture, facial expression, and movement, rather than speech, for enactment of his material
If you say that a situation or a person's behaviour is a pantomime, you mean that it is silly or exaggerated and that there is something false about it. They were made welcome with the usual pantomime of exaggerated smiles and gestures = farce
act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only; "The acting students mimed eating an apple"
mime and pantomime
Dramatic performance in which a story is told solely by expressive body movement. Mime appeared in Greece in the 5th century BC as a comic entertainment that stressed mimetic action but included song and spoken dialogue. A separate Roman form developed from 100 BC and centred on crude and licentious subjects. Roman pantomime differed from Roman mime by its loftier themes and its use of masks, which called for expression through posture and hand gestures. Mime was also important in Asian drama from ancient times, and it is an element in major Chinese and Japanese dramatic forms (e.g., n theatre). The Roman tradition of pantomime was modified in the 16th-century commedia dell'arte, which in turn influenced the 18th-century French and English comic interludes that developed into 19th-century pantomime, a children's entertainment emphasizing spectacle. Modern Western mime developed into a purely silent art in which meanings are conveyed through gesture, movement, and expression. Famous mimes include Jean-Gaspard Deburau, Étienne Decroux (who developed a systematic language of gesture), and Marcel Marceau. Charlie Chaplin was an accomplished mime, as were Sid Caesar and the circus clown Emmett Kelly
plural of pantomime
third-person singular of pantomime
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von pantomime im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

pantomime (dramatic performance lacking dialogue)
{i} pantomime



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈpantəˌmīm/ /ˈpæntəˌmaɪm/


    [ 'pan-t&-"mIm ] (noun.) 1589. Circa 17th century, from Latin pantomīmus from Ancient Greek παντόμιμος (pantomimos) from πᾶς (pas, “each, all”) + μιμέομαι (mimeomai, “I mimic”).

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