rhetoric

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Englisch - Türkisch
konuşma sanatı
abartmalı dil veya yazı
boş laf
palavra
hitabet
sözbilim
cafcaflı konuşma/yazı
uzsözlülük
belagat
{i} etkili konuşma sanatı

Bu tartışma etkili konuşma sanatından başka bir şey değil. - This argument is pure rhetoric.

{i} etkili yazma
{i} hitabet sanatı
{i} güzel konuşma
retorik

Retorik bir soru bir cevap gerektirmez. - A rhetorical question does not require an answer.

Seyircisini kazanmak için konuşmacı, iletişim kurslarından öğrendiği retorik teknikleri kullanarak başvurdu. - To win his audience, the speaker resorted to using rhetorical techniques he learned from his communication courses.

belâgat ilmi
{i} abartmalı dil/yazı
söz sanatı
söylem
söylemi
belâgat
rhetoric question
yanıtı beklenmeyen soru
rhetoric question
anlatım etkisi yaratmak için kullanılan, yanıtı beklenmeyen soru
rhetorics
Hitabet
medieval rhetoric
ortaçağda retorik
Englisch - Englisch
Meaningless language with an exaggerated style intended to impress

It’s only so much rhetoric.

The art of using language, especially public speaking, as a means to persuade
the art of discourse
{n} the art of speaking properly, oratory
The art of using language effectively
- the art of using words effectively
study of the technique and rules for using language effectively (especially in public speaking) using language effectively to please or persuade
Art of persuasive speaking or writing
Rhetoric is the skill or art of using language effectively. the noble institutions of political life, such as political rhetoric, public office and public service. Art of speaking or writing effectively. It may entail the study of principles and rules of composition formulated by critics of ancient times, and it can also involve the study of writing or speaking as a means of communication or persuasion. Classical rhetoric probably developed along with democracy in Syracuse (Sicily) in the 5th century BC, when dispossessed landowners argued claims before their fellow citizens. Shrewd speakers sought help from teachers of oratory, called rhetors. This use of language was of interest to philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle because the oratorical arguments called into question the relationships among language, truth, and morality. The Romans recognized separate aspects of the process of composing speeches, a compartmentalization that grew more pronounced with time. Renaissance scholars and poets studied rhetoric closely, and it was a central concern of humanism. In all times and places where rhetoric has been significant, listening and reading and speaking and writing have been the critical skills necessary for effective communication
The art of composition; especially, elegant composition in prose
The power of persuasion or attraction; that which allures or charms
Fig
study of the technique and rules for using language effectively (especially in public speaking)
A term used to designate, in ancient times, the literary art of persuasion and, in contemporary semiotics, persuasion by any and all semiotic means
Rhetoricians study how language can best produce meaning and persuade Because there is no limit to what a skilled writer or speaker might say, many people associate rhetoric with propaganda or bombast Still, the modern task of rhetoric is to so construct the process of writing that the topic is relevant, explanations are clear, the evidence weighty, and the conclusions valid
the art and science of persuasion
high flown style; excessive use of verbal ornamentation
In its most general meaning, rhetoric refers to the principles governing the use of language for effective speaking and writing
Hence, artificial eloquence; fine language or declamation without conviction or earnest feeling
disapproval If you refer to speech or writing as rhetoric, you disapprove of it because it is intended to convince and impress people but may not be sincere or honest. What is required is immediate action, not rhetoric
The art of persuasive argument through writing or speech--the art of eloquence and charismatic language A lengthier discussion can be found under the rhetoric link
{i} study of the effective use of language; art of speaking and writing effectively; oratory, study of language as a means of persuasion; use of bombastic language, use of unnecessarily florid language
the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively; more generally, verbal communication
Art of public speaking Attempting to persuade people to your point of view using techniques such as dramatic language and repetition
Oratory; the art of speaking with propriety, elegance, and force
Skill in using eloquent or persuasive language (Oxford English Dictionary, 1971)
loud and confused and empty talk; "mere rhetoric"
using language effectively to please or persuade
The art of effective communication
rethoryke
empty rhetoric
meaningless words, empty words
rhetor
A rhetorician
rhetoric
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