monumental

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English - Turkish
{s} devasa
koskoca
{s} anıtsal

Bu anıtsal bir görev. - It's a monumental task.

çok büyük
muazzam
muazzam/anıtsal
{s} güz. san. aslından büyük
{s} heybetli
abidevi
monument
abide

Bu abide ülkeleri için hayatlarını veren askerlere adandı. - This monument is dedicated to the soldiers who gave their lives to their country.

monument
{i} anıt

Büyük filozofun şerefine muazzam bir anıt dikildi. - An immense monument was erected in honor of the eminent philosopher.

Bu yol seni anıta götürecek. - This road will lead you to the monument.

monumental tomb
anıtmezar
monumental film
(Sinema) anıtsal film
monument
{i} eser

Evimiz tarihi bir yapıdır ve koruma altındaki bir eser olarak listelenmiştir. - Our house is a historic building and is listed as a protected monument.

monument
heykel
monument
heybetli
monument
sınır taşı
monument
muazzam

Büyük filozofun şerefine muazzam bir anıt dikildi. - An immense monument was erected in honor of the eminent philosopher.

monument
dev yapıt
monument
olağanüstü eser
monument
anıte
monument
(Askeri) SINIR TAŞI: Bir sınırı tespit veya bir yeri göstermek üzere dikilen taş veya sabit bir cisim
monumentally
heybetle
monumentally
(zarf) heybetle
monumentally
muazzam şekilde
English - English
in the manner of a monument
Taking a great amount of time and effort to complete

a monumental task.

large, grand and imposing. Fitting to be a monument to someone or something
{a} preserving memory, memorial
relating or belonging to or serving as a monument; "the use of the arch in monumental architecture"; "monumental sculptures"
emphasis If you describe a book or musical work as monumental, you are emphasizing that it is very large and impressive, and is likely to be important for a long time. his monumental work on Chinese astronomy
A monumental building or sculpture is very large and impressive. I take no real interest in monumental sculpture
of outstanding significance; "Einstein's monumental contributions to physics"
{s} huge, great, enormous; long-lasting significance; of or pertaining to monuments
Of, pertaining to, or suitable for, a monument; as, a monumental inscription
relating or belonging to or serving as a monument; "the use of the arch in monumental architecture"; "monumental sculptures
emphasis You can use monumental to emphasize the size or extent of something. a series of monumental disappointments. = huge, massive + monumentally monu·men·tal·ly Suddenly it was monumentally successful
Serving as a monument; memorial; preserving memory
of outstanding significance; "Einstein's monumental contributions to physics" relating or belonging to or serving as a monument; "the use of the arch in monumental architecture"; "monumental sculptures
imposing in size or bulk or solidity; "massive oak doors"; "Moore's massive sculptures"; "the monolithic proportions of Stalinist architecture"; "a monumental scale"
monument
A legal document
monument
A structure built for commemorative or symbolic reasons, or as a memorial; a commemoration

There is a monument on the town green to the soldiers who died in World War I.

monument
{n} a memorial, tomb, pillar
monument
(illustrated)
monument
A permanently placed survey marker such as a stone shaft sunk into the ground
monument
{i} something that serves to commemorate (statue, building, etc.), memorial; statue; tombstone
monument
A structure, such as a building or sculpture, erected as a memorial to a person or event
monument
A monument is something such as a castle or bridge which was built a very long time ago and is regarded as an important part of a country's history. the ancient monuments of England, Scotland and Wales
monument
a structure erected to commemorate persons or events
monument
Permanent physical structure marking the location of a survey point Common types of monuments are inscribed metal tablets set in concrete posts; and metal rods driven in the ground
monument
A fixed object and point establishment by surveyors to establish land locations
monument
an object placed to mark the physical location of a position A property corner monument is often a length of iron rod driven vertically into the ground so that the top is at or below natural grade A cap identifying the registration number of the surveyor resposible for placing the monument may be placed atop the monument
monument
A physical object that marks the location of a corner or other survey point The terms corner and monument are not synonymous
monument
Any kind of marker to indicate the boundary or corner of a parcel of land, used by surveyors
monument
A fixed object or point, either natural or man-made, used in making a survey
monument
A fixed object, either natural or artificial, which surveyors use to measure
monument
The term monument shall include a tombstone or memorial of granite or marble which shall extend above the surface of the ground All monuments must be placed on cement foundations
monument
an important site that is marked and preserved as public property
monument
An exceptionally or prideful achievement
monument
A monument is a large structure, usually made of stone, which is built to remind people of an event in history or of a famous person
monument
A saying, deed, or example, worthy of record
monument
Physical evidence, either natural or manmade, which has been established as the boundary(s) for a parcel of land Land is sometimes described by monuments which serve to identify the boundaries of the subject parcel This method, while quite common in older descriptions in rural areas, relies on the use of both natural and artificial monuments Land description by monuments is considered less exact than a description by metes and bounds since the boundaries used are sometimes something not permanent, for instance, a river bed or a pile of rocks Oftentimes reference is made to land owned by someone else, for instance, a neighbor's farm
monument
Physical evidence of a point of beginning established by surveyors for use in locating parcels of land
monument
Also, a tomb, with memorial inscriptions
monument
Latin monere, to remind, advise 1 A memorial; a permanent landmark 2 Something designed to perpetrate the memory of a person or event
monument
An important burial vault or tomb
monument
A stone or other permanent object, serving to indicate a limit or to mark a boundary
monument
a burial vault (usually for some famous person)
monument
The physical object that indicates the location of a point, station or real property corner
monument
An important site owned by the community as a whole
monument
A fixed natural or artificial object used to establish real estate boundaries for a metes and bounds description
monument
as, the Washington monument; the Bunker Hill monument
monument
A fixed object and point established by surveyors to establish land locations
monument
A surveying reference point marked by a permanently fixed marker (a survey monument)
monument
A fixed natural or artificial object used to establish real estate boundaries for a metes-and-bounds description
monument
A building, pillar, stone, or the like, erected to preserve the remembrance of a person, event, action, etc
monument
Something which stands, or remains, to keep in remembrance what is past; a memorial
monument
If you describe something as a monument to someone's qualities, you mean that it is a very good example of the results or effects of those qualities. By his international achievements he leaves a fitting monument to his beliefs. Agate Fossil Beds National Monument Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve Aztec Ruins National Monument Bandelier National Monument Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument Canyon de Chelly National Monument Cape Krusenstern National Monument Casa Grande Ruins National Monument Castillo de San Marcos National Monument Cedar Breaks National Monument Chiricahua National Monument Colorado National Monument Congaree Swamp National Monument Craters of the Moon National Monument Devils Tower National Monument Dinosaur National Monument Effigy Mounds National Monument El Malpais National Monument El Morro National Monument Fort Matanzas National Monument Fort Sumter National Monument George Washington Birthplace National Monument Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument Grand Portage National Monument Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Great Sand Dunes National Monument Homestead National Monument Hovenweep National Monument Jewel Cave National Monument John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Lava Beds National Monument Montezuma Castle National Monument Muir Woods National Monument national monument Natural Bridges National Monument Navajo National Monument Oregon Caves National Monument Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Pipestone National Monument Rainbow Bridge National Monument Russell Cave National Monument Saguaro National Monument Scotts Bluff National Monument Statue of Liberty National Monument Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Timpanogos Cave National Monument Tuzigoot National Monument Walnut Canyon National Monument Washington Monument White Sands National Monument Wupatki National Monument
monument
A nearly permanent physical structure used to mark an accurately surveyed ground location and/or elevation Monuments are often located along a boundary between regions or as a part of a basic survey control network
monument
An upright memorial, including what used to be called a tombstone, also includes large structures like obelisks, usually made from granite
monumentally
extremely - usually used of negative qualities
monumentally
By way of memorial
monumentally
By means of monuments
monumentally
In a monumental manner
monumentally
colossally, outstandingly; in a monumental manner
monumental
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