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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} atasözü

Tom konuşmasını bir atasözü ile bitirdi. - Tom concluded his speech with a proverb.

O birçok atasözü bilir. - She knows many proverbs.

(Dilbilim) öneylem
(isim) atasözü
(Dilbilim) atasözleri

Sözlüğe yeni atasözleri ekliyoruz. - We are adding new proverbs to the dictionary.

Atasözlerini İngilizceye çevirmede bir amacın olup olmadığını merak ediyorum. - I wonder if there is any point in translating proverbs into English.

turkish proverb
türk atasözü
Englisch - Englisch
A phrase expressing a basic truth which may be applied to common situations
a brief, pithy saying, condensing in witty or striking form the wisdom of experience
{n} a maxim, an old or common saying
{v} to mention in or use as a proverb
a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people
A short pithy sentence expressing a truth ascertained by experience or observation; a reproach or object of contempt
A drama exemplifying a (Atasözü)
An old and common saying; a phrase which is often repeated; especially, a sentence which briefly and forcibly expresses some practical truth, or the result of experience and observation; a maxim; a saw; an adage
A striking or paradoxical assertion; an obscure saying; an enigma; a parable
A proverb is a short sentence that people often quote, which gives advice or tells you something about life. An old Arab proverb says, `The enemy of my enemy is my friend'. = saying. a short well-known statement that gives advice or expresses something that is generally true. 'A penny saved is a penny earned' is an example of a proverb saying (proverbe, from proverbium, from verbum ). Succinct and pithy saying that is in general use and expresses commonly held ideas and beliefs. Proverbs are part of every spoken language and folk literature, originating in oral tradition. Often a proverb is found with variations in many different parts of the world. Literate societies dating to the ancient Egyptians have collected proverbs. One of the earliest English proverb collections, The Proverbs of Alfred, dates from 1150-80. In North America the best-known collection is probably Poor Richard's, an almanac published 1732-57 by Benjamin Franklin
To name in, or as, a (Atasözü)
A phrase, describing an example of a basic truth, that is transferred to common situations
   a statement of traditional wisdom, supported by long experience and expressed in memorable form Generally the second line repeats or develops, sometimes by contrast, the thought of the first line This feature is called Parallelism, and is common in Hebrew poetry Proverbs are quoted in many books of the Bible, but the major collection is in Proverbs There are also Proverbs in Wisdom and, in a longer "essay form", in Sirach See Wisdom
a trite maxim; a similitude; a parable The Hebrew word thus rendered (mashal) has a wide signification It comes from a root meaning "to be like," "parable " Rendered "(Atasözü)" in Isa 14: 4; Hab 2: 6; "dark saying" in Ps 49: 4, Num 12: 8 Ahab's defiant words in answer to the insolent demands of Benhadad, "Let not him that girdeth on his harness boast himself as he that putteth it off," is a well known instance of a (Atasözü)ial saying (1 Kings 20: 11)
To write or utter (Atasözü)s
{i} saying, maxim; adage, parable
To provide with a (Atasözü)
A familiar illustration; a subject of contemptuous reference
A book of the Old Testament of Bible, and of the Tanakh, being a collection or moral maxims
A proverb
{i} book of the Bible, book of the Old Testament
a book of the Old Testament of the Bible consisting of a collection of proverbs which people believe were written by King Solomon
a proverb
become a proverb
turn into a saying, become a maxim, become an adage
plural of proverb
an Old Testament book consisting of proverbs from various Israelit sages (including Solomon)