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Englisch - Türkisch
fayton, payton, üstü açık atlı binek arabası
(Mitoloji) Helios'un oğlu
(isim) fayton
phaethon, phaeton
Phaethon, fayton
Englisch - Englisch
the son of the sun god Helios who was killed by Zeus while trying to drive his father's chariot across the sky
a large open touring motorcar with a folding top
a light four-wheeled open carriage drawn by four horses
{n} a high and open carriage of pleasure
the son of the sun god Helios who was killed by Zeus while trying to drive his fathers chariot across the sky
{i} light carriage, light four-wheeled coach
The term "phaeton" meant a 4-door car with a canvas top that could be lowered or removed Many different car makes offered phaetons before World War II In 1956, Mercury gave the name "Phaeton" to its 4-door hardtop models in the Monterey, Custom, and Montclair series Starting in 1957 and continuing through 1958, Mercury gave the name "Phaeton" to all of its 2- and 4-door hardtops and convertibles in the Monterey, Montclair, and Park Lane series
Any of the various high, four-wheeled, graceful open carriages; also a type of touring car The more fragile appearing spider phaeton often featured a rumble seat for coachman
The son of Phoebus, who undertook to drive the chariot of the sun, was upset, and caused great mischief; Libya was parched into barren sands, and all Africa was more or less injured, the inhabitants blackened, and vegetation nearly destroyed “Gallop apace, you fiery-footed steeds, Towards Phoebus' mansion; such a waggoner As Phaeton would whip you to the west, And bring in cloudy night immediately ” Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, iii 2 Phaeton A sort of carriage; so called from the sun-car driven by Phaeton See above Phaeton's bird The swan Cyenus was the friend of Phaeton, and lamented his fate so grievously that Apollo changed her into a swan, and placed her among the constellations
A light, usually low, four-wheeled open carriage, drawn by a pair of horses Phaethõn, the son of the Greek sun-god Helios, was famous for his bad driving of the sun chariot See pictures of Mrs Kinross in her elegant Show Phaeton or her Cut-Under Phaeton
large open car seating four with folding top
a small light four-wheeled carriage, usually with two seats and usually drawn by two horses