symbol

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Englisch - Türkisch
sembol

H kimyasal sembolü hidrojeni ifade eder. - The chemical symbol H expresses hydrogen.

Avrupa Birliği bayrağındaki on iki yıldız, birliğin on iki kurucu üyesini sembolize etmemektedir. O, on iki havariyi sembolize etmektedir. - The twelve stars on the flag of the European Union do not symbolize the twelve founding members of the union. They symbolize the Twelve Apostles.

(isim) Simge

Bu sembol, direnç ve bütünlüğü simgeliyor. - This symbol stands for strength and integrity.

Hz. Meryem, İslam'da iffetin ve masumiyetin simgesidir. - St. Mary is the symbol of chastity and innocence in Islam.

simge sembol
sembolizm

Bu roman sembolizmce zengindir. - This novel is rich in symbolism.

(Tıp) Bir elementi simgeleyen, bir veya iki harfin oluşturduğu işaret remiz, simge, sembol
{i} işaret
(Askeri) SEMBOL, REMİZ, SİMGE: Bir şeyi ifade eden veya bir şeyin yerine konulan işaret, harf veya rakam
(Tıp) Bir düşünce tahayyül veya duyguyu ifade eden simge, sembol
(Bilgisayar) simgesi
simgesel
remzi
(isim) Imge
timsal
im
alamet
symbolic
{s} sembolik

Katolik kilisesine inanmayan insanlar bile Papa'ya sembolik bir lider olarak saygı duyuyorlar. - Even people who don't believe in the Catholic church venerate the Pope as a symbolic leader.

Ağaçların büyük bir sembolik korusu olabilir mi? - Might it happen to be a large symbolic grove of trees?

symbol of antimony
(Kimya) sb
symbol of arsenic
(Kimya) as
symbol of gold
(Kimya) au
symbol of iron
(Kimya) fe
symbol of lead
(Kimya) pb
symbol of magnesium
(Kimya) mg
symbol of neptunium
(Kimya) np
symbol of osmium
(Kimya) os
symbol of platinum
(Kimya) pt
symbol of plutonium
(Kimya) pu
symbol of radium
(Kimya) ra
symbol of radon
(Kimya) rn
symbol of rubidium
(Kimya) rb
symbol of scandium
(Kimya) sc
symbol of tantale
(Kimya) ta
symbol of thallium
(Kimya) tl
symbol of tin
(Kimya) sn
symbol of tritium
(Kimya) t
symbol of vanadium
(Kimya) v
symbol of yttrium
(Kimya) y
symbol list
simge listesi, simge dizelgesi
symbol nd
sembol nd
symbol of hope
umudun sembolü
symbol value
simge değeri, simgesel değer
Symbol key
(Tekstil) Sembol tuşu
symbol field
simge alanı
symbol font
(Bilgisayar) simge yazı tipi
symbol format
(Bilgisayar) simge biçimi
symbol lens
sembol camı
symbol list
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simge dizelgesi
symbol of a unit of measurement
olcum biriminin simgesi
symbol of europium
(Kimya) eu
symbol of francium
(Kimya) fr
symbol of itterbium
(Kimya) yb
symbol of palladium
(Kimya) pd
symbol of rodium
(Kimya) rh
symbol of samarium
(Kimya) sm
symbol of thorium
(Kimya) th
symbol of thulium
(Kimya) tm
symbol of tungsten
(Kimya) tu
symbol palette
Simge Paleti
symbol panel
(Bilgisayar) simge panosu
symbol panel
sembol paneli
symbol plate
sembol plakası
symbol set
simge takımı
symbol string
simge dizilimi
symbol string
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simge katarı
symbol string
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simge dizgisi
symbol strip
sembol şeridi
symbol table
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simge tablosu
symbol table
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simge çizelgesi
symbol table
sembol tablosu
symbol tape
sembol teypi
symbol tape
sembol bandı
symbol value
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simge değeri
symbol value
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) simgesel değer
symbol washer
sembol rondelası
symbolic
{s} simgesel
accounting symbol
(Askeri) mali sorumluluk sembolü
appropriation symbol
(Askeri) tahsisat remzi
decimal symbol
(Bilgisayar) ondalık simgesi
little o symbol
(Matematik) küçük o simgesi
mnemonic symbol
(Bilgisayar) bellenir simge
security symbol
(Bilgisayar) güvenlik simgesi
term symbol
(Kimya) terim sembolü
vector symbol set
(Bilgisayar) vektör simge takımı
algebraic symbol
cebirsel sembol
annotation symbol
çıkma simgesi
check symbol
denetim simgesi
chemical symbol
kimyasal simge
chemical symbol
kimyasal sembol
christoffel symbol
christoffel sembolü
cloud symbol
bulut sembolü
composite symbol
bileşik simge
connector symbol
bağlaç simgesi
currency symbol
para birimi simgesi
decision symbol
karar simgesi
graphic symbol
çizgesel simge
graphic symbol
grafik sembol
input/output symbol
giriş / çıkış simgesi
logic symbol
mantık simgesi
logical symbol
mantıksal simge
map symbol
harita sembolü
mathematical symbol
matematiksel sembol
mnemonic symbol
anımsatıcı simge
phonetic symbol
fonetik sembol
symbolism
sembollerle ifade
terminal symbol
terminal simgesi
trade symbol
ticari simge
vector symbol set
yöneysel simge kümesi
symbols
simgeler
aiming symbol
matuf sembolü
breakpoint symbol
ara verme simgesi, kesim noktası simgesi
editing symbol
düzenleme sembolü
global variable symbol
genel değişken simge
graphical symbol
grafik sembol
hash symbol
Kare tuşu ( # )
letter symbol
mektup simgesi
number symbol
Diyez işareti, kare işareti
ordinary symbol
sıradan sembolü
relational symbol
ilişkisel sembol
revision symbol
değişiklik simgesi
variable symbol
değişken simge
written symbol
yazılı sembolü
abstract symbol
soyut simge
accounting symbol
(Askeri) MALİ SORUMLULUK SEMBOLÜ: Bir yazıdan mali bakımdan sorumlu makam, hizmet veya faaliyet merkezini tanıtmak üzere, bu yazının başlığında kullanılan harfler grubu
annotation symbol
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açıklayıcı simge
appropriation symbol
(Askeri) TAHSİSAT REMZİ: Bütçe ile ayrılan tahsisatı, bu tahsisatın ait olduğu devreyi (mali yılı) ve idareden sorumlu daire veya müesseseyi göstermek üzere tahsis edilmiş hesap tanıtma remizleri (sembolleri)
base map symbol
(Askeri) ESAS HARİTA SEMBOLÜ: Esas harita veya şemanın yeniden basılanına karşın bir esas harita veya şemada kullanılan sembol
base symbol
(Askeri) bkz: "base map symbol"
big o symbol
(Matematik) büyük o simgesi
boundary symbol
(Dilbilim) kenar simgesi
category symbol
(Dilbilim) küme simgesi
column break symbol
Sütun sonu simgesi
complex symbol
(Dilbilim) karmaşık simge
composite symbol
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) karma simge
currency symbol
para simgesi
depot symbol
(Askeri) DEPO SEMBOLÜ: Yurtiçi bölgesinde bulunan ve deniz aşırı bir sevkiyat için, doğrudan doğruya bindirme limanına sevkiyat yapan belirli bir depoyu veya bir Kara Kuvvetleri tesisini belirtmek maksadıyla tespit edilmiş iki harfli sembol
dolphin symbol
(Turizm) yunus simgesi
enlarge symbol
(Bilgisayar) simgeyi büyüt
external symbol
Dış Simge
flow chart symbol
(Askeri) AKIŞ DİYAGRAMI SİMGESİ: Akış diyagramı üzerinde işlemler, veriler, akış veya donanımı göstermek için kullanılan simge
flowchart symbol
akis cizenegi simgesi
global symbol
genel sembol
graduated symbol
(Bilgisayar) derecelendirilmiş simge
graphics symbol set
çizim simge takımı
greek/symbol
(Bilgisayar) yunan/simge
grouping symbol
(Bilgisayar) gruplandırma simgesi
image symbol set
görüntü simge takımı
individual symbol
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bireysel sembol
initial symbol
(Dilbilim) başlangıç simgesi
key symbol
(Askeri) ANAHTAR SEMBOLÜ: Özellikle, bir sırada bulunan ve bir anahtar meydana getirmek için, yanına diğer bir sıradaki sembol getirilen sembol
military symbol
(Askeri) askeri sembol
military symbol
(Askeri) ASKERİ SEMBOL: Belirli bir askeri birlik, tesis, kuruluş veya askeriye ile ilgili diğer bir hususu temsil etmek üzere, genellikle bir harita, görüntü veya diyagram üzerinde kullanılan bir grafik işareti
personnel accounting symbol
(Askeri) personel muhasebe sembolü
pictoral symbol
(re: field switch es) (alan) gösterim simgesi
plus symbol
artı simgesi
preview symbol
(Bilgisayar) önizleme simgesi
report control symbol
(Askeri) RAPOR KONTROL SEMBOLÜ: Raporun tasvip edildiğini göstermek, hazırlanmasına yetki verildiğini belirtmek üzere bir rapor kontrol bürosu tarafından bir rapora tahsis edilen tanıtma numarası
reports control symbol
(Askeri) RAPOR KONTROL REMZİ, RAPOR KONTROL SİMGESİ: Bak. "report control symbol"
special symbol
(Bilgisayar) özel simge
symbolic
imsel
symbolism
{i} simgecilik
symbolism
{i} semboller
symbolism
(Tıp) Hadiselerin mistik sebepleri aksettirdiğini zanneden ve halusinasyonla seyreden akli muvazenesizlik
symbolism
{i} formülize etme
symbolism
{i} simgelerle ifade etme (ruh hali)
symbolism
sembolizm

Bu roman sembolizmce zengindir. - This novel is rich in symbolism.

terminal symbol
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bitiş simgesi
universal symbol
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) evrensel sembol
vector symbol set
(VSS) Yöneysel Simge Kümesi
vector symbol set
(VSS) Vektör Simge Takımı
wiring symbol
(Otomotiv) kablo sembolü
Englisch - Englisch
A summary of a dogmatic statement of faith

The Apostles, Nicene Creed and the confessional books of Protestantism, such as the Augsburg Confession of Lutheranism are considered symbols.

A character or glyph representing an idea, concept or object

Chinese people use symbols for writing.

Any object, typically material, which is meant to represent another (usually abstract) even if there is no meaningful relationship

The dollar symbol has no relationship to the concept of currency or any related idea.

A type of noun whereby the form refers to the same entity independently of the context; a symbol arbitrarily denotes a referent. See also icon and index
To symbolize
{n} a type, emblem, sign, abstract, creed
An image transferred by something that stands for or represents something else, like flag for country, or autumn for maturity Symbols can transfer the ideas embodied in the image without stating them, as in Robert Frost's "Acquainted With the Night," in which night is symbolic of death or depression, or Sara Teasdale's "The Long Hill," in which the climb up the hill symbolizes life and the brambles are symbolic of life's adversities Sidelight: Symbols can be subject to a diversity of connotations, so both the poet and the reader must exercise sensible discretion to avoid misinterpretation (See also Allusion) (Compare Allegory, Metaphor, Simile, Synecdoche)
Each stock market investment has a unique identity code, referred to as the symbol, or Epic In many cases the code consists of a series of letters For example the symbol for Dixons Group is DXNS Most websites will accept either capital letters such as DXNS or small letters such as dxns The letters in a symbol will generally be the same for all websites However, for some sites you have to add a suffix such as ' L' so that the symbol becomes DXNS L The 'L' signifies that the stock is listed on the London stock market Most financial websites enable you to look up share information either by their name, or by their symbol
A person, place, or object that stands for or represents an idea or quality and, when used or referred to, immediately summons an organized pattern of emotional and intellectual responses
something visible that by association or convention represents something else that is invisible; "the eagle is a symbol of the United States"
an object, sound, or image which suggests a larger idea or web of references Some symbols are drawn from nature and others from human culture Examples: wine is a symbol of mortal life in many cultures; the cross is a symbol of eternal life in Christian culture
See the list of names and symbols under Element
The second element is the name of a character in the Symbol font E g [/symbol /symbolname See the PostScript Reference Manual Symbol Encoding Vector, for further details
Something that is a symbol of a society or an aspect of life seems to represent it because it is very typical of it. To them, the monarchy is the special symbol of nationhood She was put under house arrest two years ago but remained a powerful symbol in last year's election
A graphic shape of arbitrary purpose This may be characters (used for alphabetic languages), mathematical symbols, punctuation symbols or ideographic characters or the like In ISO-terms this is called a glyph
an arbitrary sign (written or printed) that has acquired a conventional significance
The unique TRACE regulatory reporting symbol that is assigned to each TRACE-reportable security by Nasdaq Market Operations Firms can identify the security traded using either the Symbol or CUSIP number
An arbitrary or conventional sign that is used to represent operations, quantities, elements, relations, or qualities or to provide directions or alert one to safety
An abbreviation standing for the name of an element and consisting of the initial letter of the Latin or New Latin name, or sometimes of the initial letter with a following one; as, C for carbon, Na for sodium (Natrium), Fe for iron (Ferrum), Sn for tin (Stannum), Sb for antimony (Stibium), etc
This abbreviation for a fund's name is how a fund is known in the market Knowing a fund's symbol allows you to track your fund's performance in newspapers and online Money section home page to check market performance --> Double-check to make sure you have the correct symbol before buying or selling online
Image, figure or object that represents an abstract, moral or intellectual concept The symbol has to be distinguished from the sign A symbol implies more than its immediate meaning Sometimes even the concept represented can be different depending who is considering it A flag is a clear example of a symbol A a sign a flag can point to its particular nation or state As a symbol it represents an ensemble of people and institutions, emotions and non rational feeling in some ambiguous way The study of symbols is called symbology
A symbol of something such as an idea is a shape or design that is used to represent it. I frequently use sunflowers as symbols of strength
A globally unique string Symbol is the class of constant object which has a single instance to represent each possible value Symbols are displayed with a # prefix For example, #textSymbol will always be the same, identical object from wherever it is referenced, but 'textSymbol' may have any number of separate Strings representing it
A graphic pattern used to represent a feature For example, line symbols represent arc features; marker symbols, points; shades symbols, polygons; and text symbols, annotation Many characteristics define symbols, including color, size, angle, and pattern See also text symbol, marker symbol, shade symbol, and line symbol
A modulation symbol is the interval of time during which the modulated parameter of the radio waveform is held (approximately) constant For a system with one symbol per bit, such as GSM and related systems, the symbol duration is the same as one bit duration For GSM and relatives, the frequency is held approximately constant for one bit interval
A symbol for an item in a calculation or scientific formula is a number, letter, or shape that represents that item. What's the chemical symbol for mercury? see also sex symbol, status symbol. Element of communication intended to represent or stand for a person, object, group, process, or idea. Symbols may be presented graphically (e.g., the red cross and crescent for the worldwide humanitarian agency) or representationally (e.g., a lion representing courage). They may involve associated letters (e.g., C for the chemical element carbon), or they may be assigned arbitrarily (e.g., the mathematical symbol for infinity). Symbols are devices by which ideas are transmitted between people sharing a common culture. Every society has evolved a symbol system that reflects a specific cultural logic; and every symbolism functions to communicate information between members of the culture in much the same way as, but more subtly than, conventional language. Symbols tend to appear in clusters and to depend on one another for their accretion of meaning and value. See also semiotics
an image that stands for a partially unknown psychological reality (whereas a sign (same as a symptom; semiotic) stands for something already known)--tendencies whose goal is unknown All symbols contain, assimilate, or transform (canalize) psychological energy (libido) and nonpersonal instinctual forces into different forms by converting an unconscious or instinctual process into a representation with which the ego can work and be fed by, thereby offering a steeper energy gradient than the natural instinctual one They also unify opposites (because a true symbol is partly unconscious) on the level of the third thing or reconciling symbol, contain the rational and irrational, contain nonpersonal forces (dogmatic symbols do this particularly well), and transfer libido from being bound to the object to availability for the subject--a tremendous step forward Symbol-making led to culture In short, symbols make possible conscious assimilation of unconscious or instinctual forces
Something which stands for or represents something else Broadly defined, dramas and collective creations are symbolic or metaphoric representations of human experience
A visible sign or representation of an idea; anything which suggests an idea or quality, or another thing, as by resemblance or by convention; an emblem; a representation; a type; a figure; as, the lion is the symbol of courage; the lamb is the symbol of meekness or patience
{i} something that stands for or represents something else; printed or written character that is commonly used to designate something (as in mathematics or music)
an object which represents something other than its self
Description 1YTB One Year Treasury Bill Yield 2YTB Two Year Treasury Bill Yield 3YTB Three Year Treasury Note Yield 5YTB Five Year Treasury Note Yield 10YTB Ten Year Treasury Bond Yield 30YTB Thirty Year Treasury Bond Yield 6mTB Six Month Treasury Bill Yield 11Di 11th District Cost-of-Funds Rate Prim Prime Interest Rate 1mLIBOR 1 month LIBOR 6mLIBOR 6 month LIBOR 12mLIBOR 12 month LIBOR --> Interest - Consideration in the form of money paid for the use of money, usually expressed as an annual percentage Also, a right, share, or title in property
something visible that by association or convention represents something else that is invisible; "the eagle is a symbol of the United States" an arbitrary sign (written or printed) that has acquired a conventional significance
A word or phrase (often a thing, like Poe's gold bug) that stands for or refers to something else, often an idea, concept or quality A symbol allows the reader to see related and nonliteral meanings at play in the text How a symbol functions depends on some common understanding between the reader and the text; if a reader doesn't recognize how a symbol is being used, it is unlikely that symbol will be used in any interpretation A text can be read symbolically, as well as figuratively, literally, etc See Metaphor
That which is thrown into a common fund; hence, an appointed or accustomed duty
A category of type in which the characters are special symbols rather than alphanumeric characters
The symbol used to designate a security for trading
Share; allotment
The smallest signaling element used by the Data Link Layer (DLL) The symbol set consists of 16 data symbols and 8 control symbols
The 5-digit identifier code assigned to each mutual fund by NASDAQ This code is used to identify the correct fund in all transactions This symbol may only loosely resemble the newspaper listing--these tend to be phonetic abbreviations of fund names
An abstract or compendium of faith or doctrine; a creed, or a summary of the articles of religion
A stylized visual of a real object regarded as representing something Symbols representing hazards (e g , WHMIS symbols) and processes (e g , flow chart symbols) are commonly used in workplaces Other types of symbols are typically used at work, school or home, such as iconic (e g , , ), typographical (e g , $, &, ?) and math/scientific (e g , +, =, >) (See Icon)
any verbal detail that has a range of meanings beyond and usually larger than itself Public symbols live in the general consciousness; the flag, the cross, Uncle Sam, etc Writers devise private symbols for a particular work Usually the reader is first introduced to the symbol in its literal meaning Then, gradually, the additional meanings grow apparent
Any character used to represent a quantity, an operation, a relation, or an abbreviation
a person, place, thing, event, or pattern in a literary work that designates itself and at the same time figuratively represents or "stands for" something else Often the thing or idea represented is more abstract, general, non- or superrational, the symbol more concrete and particular Close Window
symbol of peace
drawing or other method of expressing feelings on the issue of peace
Christoffel symbol
For a surface with parametrization \vec x (u,v), and letting i, j, k \in \{u, v\} , the Christoffel symbol \Gamma_{i j}^k is the component of the second derivative \vec x_{i j} in the direction of the first derivative \vec x_k , and it encodes information about the surface's curvature. Thus
Jacobi symbol
Mathematical function of two integers, written \left({a \over b}\right), based on whether a is a square modulo the prime factors of b
Legendre symbol
Mathematical function of an integer and a prime, written \left({a \over p}\right), indicating whether a is a square modulo p
at symbol
The at sign @
compound symbol
A symbol made by joining two or more others with punctuation (normally a period / full stop)
compound-symbol
Attributive form of compound symbol, noun
non-terminal symbol
A symbol in a formal grammar that cannot appear in sentences of the grammar but may eventually be resolved into a sequence of terminal symbols
nonterminal symbol
Alternative spelling of non-terminal symbol
phonetic symbol
A written symbol used systematically for denoting a phoneme or any other phonetic quality in utterance
sex symbol
A person that embodies the sexual ideals of a mass audience

In the 50's and 60's Marilyn Monroe was considered a sex symbol.

status symbol
A visible possession that is a sign of one's status or wealth
stock symbol
Short form of stock ticker symbol
stock ticker symbol
A unique series of letters assigned to a company or other security for trading purposes
symbolic
Referring to something with an implicit meaning
symbolism
Representation of a concept through symbols or underlying meanings of objects or qualities
terminal symbol
A symbol in a formal grammar that can appear in sentences of the grammar. Compare non-terminal symbol
a symbol
emblem
number symbol
Number sign (or sometimes number symbol) is a name for the symbol #, which is used for a variety of purposes including, in some countries, the designation of a number (for example, "#1" stands for "number one")
Constantinian symbol
{i} XP, first 2 letters of the Greek word "christos" or "XRISTOS" (meaning "Christ") first used and introduced as a Christian symbol by Constantine I
Symbolism
{i} movement in art and literature in the late 19th century that rejected realism and tried to express abstract or ideas through the use of symbolic images
Symbolism
symbolics
chemical symbol
Notation of one or two letters derived from the scientific names of the chemical elements (e.g., S for sulfur, Cl for chlorine, Zn for zinc). Some hark back to Latin names: Au (aurum) for gold, Pb (plumbum) for lead. Others are named for people or places (e.g. einsteinium, Es, for Einstein). The present symbols express the system set out by the atomic theory of matter. John Dalton first used symbols to designate single atoms of elements, not indefinite amounts, and Jons Jacob Berzelius gave many of the current names. Chemical formulas of compounds are written as combinations of the elements' symbols, with numbers indicating their atomic proportions, using various conventions for ordering and grouping. Thus, sodium chloride is written as NaCl and sulfuric acid as H2SO4
mathematical symbol
a character that is used to indicates a mathematical relation or operation
phallic symbol
image that represents the male sexual organ
phonetic symbol
a written character used in phonetic transcription of represent a particular speech sound
phonetic symbol
{i} written character used in phonetic transcription representing a specific sound of speech
sex symbol
A sex symbol is a famous person, especially an actor or a singer, who is considered by many people to be sexually attractive. Hollywood sex symbols of the Forties. A person, especially an entertainer or celebrity, who is widely acknowledged to have sex appeal. a famous person who is considered by many people to be very sexually attractive
sex symbol
someone who is very sexy and erotic, highly provocative figure, celebrity who awakens sexual urges
status symbol
symbol that is a sign of high social status (especially expensive property)
status symbol
A status symbol is something that a person has or owns that shows they have money or importance in society. Something, such as a possession or an activity, by which one's social or economic prestige is measured. something that you have or own that you think shows high social rank or position
stock symbol
the letters used to identify listed companies on the securities exchanges where they are traded
symbolic
{s} emblematic
symbolic
The specification of the machine you bought
symbolic
A symbolic part is one with no electrical semantics, such as an arc or a rectangle, as opposed to electrically meaningful "wiring" parts, such as wires and net labels [should mention that uses come in symbolic and schematic varieties -- rgr, 31-Mar-02 ] A symbolic def is one that is neither a schematic nor a schematic icon Symbolic parts can be added to any kind of def, as opposed to wiring parts, which are specific to schematics, or pins and labels, which are specific to icons
symbolic
serving as a visible symbol for something abstract; "a crown is emblematic of royalty"; "the spinning wheel was as symbolic of colonical Massachusetts as the codfish"
symbolic
If you describe an event, action, or procedure as symbolic, you mean that it represents an important change, although it has little practical effect. A lot of Latin-American officials are stressing the symbolic importance of the trip The move today was largely symbolic. + symbolically sym·boli·cal·ly It was a simple enough gesture, but symbolically important
symbolic
Symbolic algebra discussion sci math symbolic
symbolic
using symbolism; "symbolic art"
symbolic
A communication system that uses arbitrary but agreed-upon sounds and signs for meaning
symbolic
using symbolism; "symbolic art
symbolic
Able to use and understand objects, marks and signs as representative of facts and ideas
symbolic
{s} of or pertaining to a symbol; characterized by the use of symbols; representative, allegorical, figurative
symbolic
A construct of thought, often a word, relative measure, or standard interval that we use to remember, evaluate, and understand events The word clock, a picture of a clock, notches on stick are (can be) symbols (signs and indexes) for the concept of time; the word second is a symbol for a unit of time kept by a clock Some would say that the distinctive aspect of humans is their development and extensive use of symbols, especially for organization and communcation
symbolic
Pertaining to a symbol
symbolic
Of or pertaining to a symbol or symbols; of the nature of a symbol; exhibiting or expressing by resemblance or signs; representative; as, the figure of an eye is symbolic of sight and knowledge
symbolic
Symbolic is used to describe things involving or relating to symbols. symbolic representations of landscape
symbolic
relating to or using or proceeding by means of symbols; "symbolic logic"; "symbolic operations"; "symbolic thinking" using symbolism; "symbolic art
symbolic
Something that is symbolic of a person or thing is regarded or used as a symbol of them. Yellow clothes are worn as symbolic of spring + symbolically sym·boli·cal·ly Each circle symbolically represents the whole of humanity
symbolic
relating to or using or proceeding by means of symbols; "symbolic logic"; "symbolic operations"; "symbolic thinking"
symbolism
A late 19th century movement reacting against realism Influenced by the connections between music and poetry, it sought to achieve the effects of images and metaphors to symbolize the basic idea or emotion of each poem (Compare Classicism, Idealism, Imagism, Impressionism, Metaphysical, Objectivism, Romanticism)
symbolism
The act of symbolizing, or the state of being symbolized; as, symbolism in Christian art is the representation of truth, virtues, vices, etc
symbolism
You can refer to the symbolism of an event or action when it seems to show something important about a situation. The symbolism of every gesture will be of vital importance during the short state visit. the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities. In art, a loosely organized movement that flourished in the 1880s and '90s and was closely related to the Symbolist movement in literature. In reaction against both Realism and Impressionism, Symbolist painters stressed art's subjective, symbolic, and decorative functions and turned to the mystical and occult in an attempt to evoke subjective states of mind by visual means. Though aspects of Symbolism appear in the work of Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, and the Nabis, its leading exponents were Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. Though associated primarily with France, it flourished all over Europe, had great international impact, and influenced 20th-century art and literature
symbolism
A style of writing in which characters, situations and settings express more than they represent
symbolism
when an object/person stands for itself and something other than itself
symbolism
It began in the 1880s as a reaction to romanticism and the realistic approach of Impressionism, serving as a catalyst to abstraction Painters within this movement include Paul Gauguin and Émile Bernard
symbolism
a system of symbols and symbolic representations
symbolism
the use of an object, person, or action which is significant beyond the apparent in an attempt to add complexity
symbolism
A movement between 1885-1910 in which European artists and writers emphasized the use of symbols
symbolism
A system of symbols or representations
symbolism
{i} expression of an idea by means of symbols (as in art, literature, etc.); system of symbols; symbolic meaning; (in Christianity) use of any specific special identification images or marks to signify a religious message or divine being (such as the bread and wine used in the Eucharist are symbols and not literally the flesh and blood of Jesus (in Christianity)
symbolism
the practice of investing things with symbolic meaning
symbolism
by emblematic colors, signs, and forms
symbolism
A movement in literature and the visual arts that was occupied with a symbolic or spiritual world beyond appearances It emphasized interior states, fantasy, dreams, the erotic, the exotic, and the occult
symbolism
When one thing stands for another A symbol evokes an object that suggests the meaning A metaphor evokes an object in order to illustrate an idea or demonstrate a quality, whereas a symbol embodies the idea or the quality Symbols often embody universal suggestions of meaning, as flowing water suggests time and eternity, a voyage suggests life, spring suggests birth or rebirth (note that Easter occurs in the spring) A forest might symbolize danger or uncertainty (think of "Little Red Riding Hood") However, sometimes it will symbolize safety Names also assume symbolic importance
symbolism
Developed in the late 19th century, symbolism is an art movement characterized by the representation of the inner life of people through spiritual or mystical symbols and ideas It began as a rejection of the purely visual realism of the Impressionists, and the rationality of the Industrial Age, in order to depict the symbols of ideas, Traditionally modeled pictorial depictions are replaced or contrasted by flat mosaic-like surfaces decoratively embellished with figures and design elements
symbolism
The practice of using symbols, or the system of notation developed thereby
symbolism
As part of a general European movement in the latter part of the 19th century, it was closely allied with Symbolism in literature It marked a turning away from painting by observation to transforming fact into a symbol of inner experience Gauguin was an early practitioner
symbolism
Artistic movement that emerged in France around1885, that rejected naturalism and impressionism Symbolism consisted of encounters of sensory perception and elements of the artists spirituality, the link between the dream and reality
symbolism
The science of creeds; symbolics
symbolism
the practice of investing things with symbolic meaning a system of symbols and symbolic representations an artistic movement in the late 19th century that tried to express abstract or mystical ideas through the symbolic use of images
symbolism
A combining together of parts or ingredients
symbolism
an artistic movement in the late 19th century that tried to express abstract or mystical ideas through the symbolic use of images
symbolism
Symbolism is the use of symbols in order to represent something. The scene is so rich in symbolism that any explanation risks spoiling the effect
symbols
== is the string equality operator, there are no "less than" or "greater than" operators because batch language doesn't have the concept of number
symbols
In the computing field, symbols are used to represent patterns of data bits Symbols themselves are represented by specific modulation states within a communcations signal
symbols
are very important for those who need them to learn by and be guided by, till you have absolute certainty for yourselves
symbols
Anything to which socially created meaning is given
symbols
Symbols are rating factors used to determine the price of automobile insurance Symbols combine information on the new cost of the vehicle, the susceptibility of the vehicle to damage, and the relative cost to repair the vehicle Thus, two vehicles with the same new cost may have different symbols - and, consequently, different automobile insurance premiums - because one vehicle is more susceptible to damage in a low-speed crash or costs more to repair a damaged bumper, for example
symbols
in social construction of reality, things that have objective meaning
symbols
In a few places it will be noticed that some symbols have not been displayed This a limitation imposed by the current state of HTML and/or the browsers being used to read this document This also applies to notation such as the superscripts 2 and 3 in matters of area and volume Further developments (in both the language and the browsers) should allow this situation to be improved in later editions
symbols
Something that stands for or represents something else The symbol may use visual, auditory and/or tactile representation of conventional concepts (gestures, photos, manual signs, picto-ideographs, printed words, objects, spoken words, Braille)
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symbols
Something that stand for or represent something else
symbols
Fundamental components of Flash movies Objects that are converted into symbols get stored in the library There are three types of symbol: graphic, button and movie clip Symbols are the ways to keep the file size low when using the same object more than once, as once downloaded they can be instantly reused within the movie
symbols
symbol for dc (American) Some patterns use symbols to represent stitches rather than abbreviations Also, European terms differ slightly from U S terms See conversion table
symbols
Colloquial usage is clearly indicated by means of symbols which are explained at regular intervals at the bottom of the page
symbols
Things that stand for or express something else
symbols
Tokens in the Options Manager used to store values that are referenced during execution
symbols
physical objects, colors, sounds, movements, scents which convey information through an arbitrary or culturally assigned meaning
symbols
A Symbol is a sequence of one or more non-Whitespace Characters, not beginning with ``"'', ``#'', ``$'', ``%'', ``-'', `` '', ``0'' through ``9'', ``('', ``)'', or ``'', and not containing ``)'' As a special exception, the Character ``-'' by itself is allowed as a Symbol The maximum length of a Symbol is client and/or server dependent
symbols
plural of symbol
towering symbol
protruding symbol, symbol that is very prominent
written symbol
a written or printed symbol
symbol

    Silbentrennung

    sym·bol

    Türkische aussprache

    sîmbıl

    Aussprache

    /ˈsəmbəl/ /ˈsɪmbəl/

    Etymologie

    [ sim-b&l ] (noun.) 15th century. French symbole Latin symbolus, symbolum (“a sign, mark, token, symbol, in Late Latin also a creed”) Ancient Greek σύμβολον (sumbolon, “a sign by which one infers something; a mark, token, badge, ticket, tally, check, a signal, watchword, outward sign”) συμβάλλω (sumballō, “I throw together, dash together, compare, correspond, tally, come to a conclusion”) σύν (sun, “with, together”) + βάλλω (ballō, “I throw, put”)

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