preaching

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} vaaz verme
öğüt

Bana her zaman öğüt vermesinden bıktım. - I'm fed up with him always preaching to me.

{f} öğüt ver

Bana her zaman öğüt vermesinden bıktım. - I'm fed up with him always preaching to me.

vaız
öğüt verme

Bana her zaman öğüt vermesinden bıktım. - I'm fed up with him always preaching to me.

preach
vaaz vermek

Vaaz vermek uygulamaktan daha kolaydır. - To preach is easier than to practice.

preach
telkin etmek
preach
vaaz

O bize iyi sağlığın önemi hakkında vaaz verdi. - He preached to us about the importance of good health.

Vaaz vermek uygulamaktan daha kolaydır. - To preach is easier than to practice.

preach
öğütlemek
preach
öğüt vermek
preach
telkin et
preach
vaaz etmek
preach
vaaz çekmek
predication
hüküm
predication
isnat
predication
(Dilbilim) Öznenin yaptığı işi belirten fiili içeren cümle veya cümlecik
preach
tavsiye etmek
predication
{i} yükleme
Englisch - Englisch
The act of delivering a sermon or similar moral instruction
Present participle of preach
an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service)
a moralistic rebuke; "your preaching is wasted on him"
The act of delivering a religious discourse; the art of sermonizing; also, a sermon; a public religious discourse; serious, earnest advice
predication
preach
{v} to deliver a public discourse, to prate
preach
{n} a sermon, religious discourse, discourse
preach
If you say that someone practises what they preach, you mean that they behave in the way that they encourage other people to behave in. He ought to practise what he preaches
preach
When people preach a belief or a course of action, they try to persuade other people to accept the belief or to take the course of action. The Prime Minister said he was trying to preach peace and tolerance to his people Health experts are now preaching that even a little exercise is far better than none at all For many years I have preached against war
preach
disapproval If someone gives you advice in a very serious, boring way, you can say that they are preaching at you. `Don't preach at me,' he shouted
preach
deliver a sermon; "The minister is not preaching this Sunday"
preach
speak, plead, or argue in favour of; "The doctor advocated a smoking ban in the entire house"
preach
To proclaim by public discourse; to utter in a sermon or a formal religious harangue
preach
A religious discourse
preach
Give a sermon
preach
When a member of the clergy preaches a sermon, he or she gives a talk on a religious or moral subject during a religious service. At High Mass the priest preached a sermon on the devil The bishop preached to a crowd of several hundred local people He denounced the decision to invite his fellow archbishop to preach
preach
To teach or instruct by preaching; to inform by preaching
preach
To advise or recommend earnestly
preach
To give serious advice on morals or religion; to discourse in the manner of a preacher
preach
If you say that someone is preaching to the converted, you mean that they are wasting their time because they are trying to persuade people to think or believe in things that they already think or believe in
preach
To inculcate in public discourse; to urge with earnestness by public teaching
preach
To proclaim or publish tidings; specifically, to proclaim the gospel; to discourse publicly on a religious subject, or from a text of Scripture; to deliver a sermon
preach
speak, plead, or argue in favour of; "The doctor advocated a smoking ban in the entire house" deliver a sermon; "The minister is not preaching this Sunday
preach
To deliver or pronounce; as, to preach a sermon
preach
deliver a sermon; "The minister is not preaching this Sunday
preach
Advocate or support verbally in an insisting, urging, or inciting manner
preach
{f} moralize, discuss ethical or moral standards; lecture about religion, give a sermon; lecture, deliver a speech
preaching

    Türkische aussprache

    priçîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈprēʧəɴɢ/ /ˈpriːʧɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'prEch ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English prechen, from Old French prechier, from Late Latin praedicare, from Latin, to proclaim publicly, from prae- pre- + dicare to proclaim; more at DICTION.

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