persona

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Englisch - Türkisch
bürünülen kişilik
piyes veya romanda kişi
etrafa karşı takınılan tavır
(Tıp) Zihnin bilinçli (şuurlu) kısmı
persona gratamakbul şahsiyet
etrafa takınılan tavır
persona non grataistenmeyen kişi
{i} takınılan tavır
{i} karakter

Bir kişinin karakterini tanı ve saygı duy. - Recognize and respect the personality of a person.

O tanınmış bir televizyon karakteridir. - He's a well-known television personality.

{i} kişi

Dün yeni bir kişisel bilgisayar satın aldım. - I bought a new personal computer yesterday.

Kişisel bilgisayarlar çok kullanışlıdır. - Personal computers are very useful.

psik
saygıdeğer kişi
(Latin) insan

İnsanların kişisel bilgilerini almak ve satmak önemli bir sorun oluyor. - The buying and selling of peoples' personal information is becoming a big issue.

İnsanlar ona çok yakın durarak onun kişisel alanını istila ettiğinde Tom bunu sevmez. - Tom doesn't like it when people invade his personal space by standing too close to him.

persona grata
saygıdeğer kişi
persona grata
istenilen kişi
persona non grata
istenmeyen adam
persona non grata
istenmeyen kişi
persona grata
kabul gören kimse
persona grata
istenen kişi
persona non grata
Lat. istenmeyen kişi
see persona non grata
persona non grata görmek
Englisch - Englisch
A type of skin used in Mozilla software
A character played by an actor
The mask or appearance one presents to the world
A social role
A persona is the character you pretend to be in the SCA It can range from no more than a name to a well-developed identity including a time period, nationality, biography, idiosyncrasies, religion, likes and dislikes, political beliefs, and martial training Your persona need not match your real personality or physical characteristics -- we have blonde, blue-eyed Japanese and Arab personas, and dark-haired swarthy Vikings The name you use should match the persona you develop
Your character in the game You have three personae, and can thus play under three different names (but only one at a time) If one persona is killed, the others aren't affected Only wizzes can tell whether two mortal personae belong to the same account or not, and they won't tell if you want to pretend to be two different people
{i} character in a play; human being; personality
the speaker of a poem, a dramatic character distinguished from the poet, such as Robert Browning's "Fra Lipp Lippi "
the Latin word for the mask worn by the actors of the theater and, by extension, the identity or "mask" assumed by the speaker or narrator: the fictional "I" of a literary work The term persona is often used to avoid the assumption that the "I" is the true voice of the poet or author
The voice in which a a writer speaks in a work From the Greek word for mask
Often applied to the first-person narrator, whether this is the "I" of a narrative poem or novel or of the speaker whose voice we hear in a poem This speaker, called the persona, is not to be confused with the poet's private personality
the character which a person presents or which is addressed by a media text
- the speaker of a poem The persona does not necessarily reflect the author's personal voice; it is a separate self, created by and distinct from the author, through whom he or she speaks; the consciousness through which the poem is rendered
Same as Person, n
The person created by the author to tell a story Whether the story is told by an omniscient narrator or by a character in it, the actual author of the work often distances himself from what is said or told by adopting a persona--a personality different from his real one Thus, the attitudes, beliefs, and degree of understanding expressed by the narrator may not be the same as those of the actual author Some authors, for example, use narrators who are not very bright in order to create irony
the voice or figure of the author who tells and structures the story and who may or may not share the values of the actual author Close Window
Someone's persona is the aspect of their character or nature that they present to other people, perhaps in contrast to their real character or nature. the contradictions between her private life and the public persona see also persona non grata = image. personae personas the way you behave when you are with other people or in a particular situation, which gives people a particular idea about your character
A fictional medieval 'character' which you can adopt and act out to some extent in the SCA, especially at events A person's garb and fighting style usually reflects his or her persona
(Latin: "Mask"): An external representation of oneself which might or might not accurately reflect one's inner self, or an external representation of oneself that might be largely accurate, but involves exaggerating certain characteristics and minimizing others Contrast with poetic speaker, below
The narrative 'voice'
A person that someone pretends to be in the context of the SCA While a persona cannot be anyone who actually did exist in period, they should be someone who could have
a character in a written work
A social rôle
the socially acceptable "mask" self we wear to adapt to the outer world A segment of the collective psyche that thinks its an individual identification of ego with persona creates the chronic conformist, who experiences himself as whatever he "should" be Just as the anima is the face we turn toward the unconscious, the persona is the face we turn to the outer world Identifying with the persona means doing the same with the anima because an ego not differentiated from the mask can't have a conscious relation to the unconscious
(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"
the role assumed for a game The persona is brought to life by the player acting and speaking "in character "
The personality a writer presents, in the text, to the reader At the university, the academic persona invites readers to join the conversation rather than confronting or alienating them The academic persona encourages readers to explore an issue, acknowledges readers' positions and concerns, and makes carefully reasoned and researched arguments
taken from the latin work meaning 'mask'; an actor's persona is usually based on the characters he or she has played but sometimes incorporates individual personality traits as well
an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"
All members are expected to develop an alter ego, that being of a person who could have lived in 5th century Ireland Members have gone to various depths in assuming this task from simply choosing an appropriate period name, to developing a fictional history of that persons' past experience Dont be too fantastic or pretentious!!! These aren't Fantasy Role Playing characters, this is YOU as you would have lived in the Dark Ages
The fictional mask or narrator that tells a story
(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty
The role that one assumes or displays in public or society; one's public image or personality, as distinguished from the inner self personality enduring patterns of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about the environment and oneself personality inventories paper-and-pencil tests of personality that ask questions about feelings, desires, or customary behavior placebo a chemically inert substance that produces real medical benefits because the patient believes it will help him or her placebo effect the actual medical or psychological benefits of a treatment administered to a patient who believes it has therapeutic powers even though it actually has none
the background and attitude that a person uses during an Event when they pretend to be from the Middle Ages
persona non grata
A person who is not welcome, especially a diplomat in a foreign country
persona grata
a diplomat who is acceptable to the government to which he is sent
persona non grata
unpopular person, person who is not accepted
persona non grata
If someone becomes or is declared persona non grata, they become unwelcome or unacceptable because of something they have said or done. The government has declared the French ambassador persona non grata and ordered him to leave the country. be/become/be declared persona non grata to be not welcome in a particular place because of something that you have done - used especially when a foreign government orders you to go home
persona non grata
If you shoot down too many friendlies, you will be given blanks for ammo I don't remember if you are allowed to defect to another country or not The number of friendlies you can kill can be changed, but most of the time it is set to 1 or 2 Just don't do it and you won't have to worry about it
persona non grata
(per SOH' nuh NAHN GRAH' ta) Not an acceptable person An unwelcome person
persona non grata
a diplomat who is unacceptable to the government to which he is sent
persona non grata
an unacceptable person
persona non grata
a person who for some reason is not wanted or welcome
in propria persona
By the person himself/herself; often used when a defendant is representing himself/herself in court without an attorney
error in persona
mistaken identity
personae
plural of persona
personas
plural of persona
persona

    Silbentrennung

    per·so·na

    Türkische aussprache

    pırsōnı

    Aussprache

    /pərˈsōnə/ /pɜrˈsoʊnə/

    Etymologie

    [ p&r-'sO-n&, -"nä ] (noun.) 1909. From Latin persōna (“mask; character”), sometimes said to derive from personare (“to sound through”) or from Etruscan ɸersu.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    persona non grata

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