poignantly

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Englisch - Türkisch
kederle
dokunaklı biçimde
etkili bir biçimde
keskince
keskince/acıyla
acı olarak
poignant
dokunaklı

Lezzetli yiyecek yemek, hayatın en yoğun ve dokunaklı zevklerinden biridir. - The eating of delicious food is one of the most intense and poignant pleasures of life.

Olay çok dokunaklıydı. - The incident was so poignant.

poignant
delici
poignant
ıstıraplı dokunaklı
poignant
{s} şiddetli
poignant
üzücü
poignant
acı
poignant
keder
poignant
keskin
poignant
yakıcı
poignant
etkili
poignant
keskin/acı
poignant
ıstırap
poignant
poignancykeskinlik
poignant
ıstırapla
poignant
poignantlyetkileyici olarak
poignant
lezzet veren acılık
poignant
kuvvetli
poignant
şiddetli tesirli müessir
poignant
dokunaklı bir şekilde
poignant
acı keskin
Englisch - Englisch
pungently, with sharp-wittedness, keenly; sharply, pointedly, incisively
in a poignant or touching manner; "she spoke poignantly"
in a poignant manner
poignant
sharp-pointed; keen

His siluer shield, now idle maisterlesse; / His poynant speare, that many made to bleed .

poignant
inducing sharp physical pain
poignant
piquant, pungent
poignant
Evoking strong mental sensation, to the point of distress; emotionally moving

Flipping through his high school yearbook evoked many a poignant memory of yesteryear.

poignant
incisive; penetrating

His comments were poignant and witty.

poignant
severely painful or acute to the spirit
poignant
{a} sharp, biting, severe, satirical, keen
poignant
evoking sharp mental pain; distressing; emotionally moving
poignant
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevant
poignant
Pricking; piercing; sharp; pungent
poignant
arousing affect; "the homecoming of the released hostages was an affecting scene"; "poignant grief cannot endure forever"; "his gratitude was simple and touching"
poignant
pleasantly intense
poignant
keenly distressing to the mind or feelings; "poignant anxiety
poignant
Fig
poignant
{s} piquant, bitter, pungent; sharp-witted, keen, eloquent; sharp, pointed, incisive
poignant
Pointed; keen; satirical
poignant
pungent
poignant
piquant
poignant
keenly distressing to the mind or feelings; "poignant anxiety"
poignant
Something that is poignant affects you deeply and makes you feel sadness or regret. a poignant combination of beautiful surroundings and tragic history. + poignantly poign·ant·ly Naomi's mothering experiences are poignantly described in her fiction. making you feel sad or full of pity poignant reminder/image/moment etc (present participle of poindre , from pungere; PUNGENT)
poignant
piercing
poignantly

    Silbentrennung

    poign·ant·ly

    Türkische aussprache

    poynyıntli

    Aussprache

    /ˈpoinyəntlē/ /ˈpɔɪnjəntliː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'poi-ny&nt sometimes ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English poinaunt, from Middle French poignant, present participle of poindre to prick, sting, from Latin pungere; more at PUNGENT.

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