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Turkish - Turkish
Ortaçağ'da ingiltere'de, araba gibi çekilebilen tekerlekli sahnelerde sergilenen dinsel içerikli oyun
English - English
A spectacular ceremony
A beauty pageant
An elaborate public display, especially a parade in historical or traditional costume
a dramatic representation, especially a spectacular one
{i} performance commemorating a historical or legendary event; ceremonial play or parade of any kind
An elaborate exhibition devised for the entertainmeut of a distinguished personage, or of the public; a show, spectacle, or display
{v} to exhibit
{n} a spectacle of entertainments, a show
{a} showy, pompous
an elaborate representation of scenes from history etc; usually involves a parade with rich costumes a rich and spectacular ceremony
A pageant or a beauty pageant is a competition in which young women are judged to decide which one is the most beautiful. Large-scale, spectacular theatrical production or procession. In the Middle Ages, a pageant was the wagon on which religious plays such as mystery plays were performed. Because the plays were associated with ceremony and spectacle, the term came to refer to any extravagant dramatic event or colourful celebration. Pageants often serve to express the shared identity of a community or religious group. Secular pageants include coronations and royal weddings; other modern examples are seen in Mardi Gras and other carnival processions
a rich and spectacular ceremony
A pageant is a colourful public procession, show, or ceremony. Pageants are usually held out of doors and often celebrate events or people from history
To exhibit in show; to represent; to mimic
A theatrical exhibition; a spectacle
Of the nature of a pageant; spectacular
an elaborate representation of scenes from history etc; usually involves a parade with rich costumes
beauty pageant
A competition in which participants compete for a determination that one is the most physically attractive
Miss America Pageant
a beauty contest held every year in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in which women who have won beauty contests in each of the 50 states represent those states. One of them is chosen to serve as Miss America for one year
Miss Universe pageant
annual worldwide beauty contest
Miss World pageant
annual worldwide beauty contest
beauty pageant
beauty contest, competition in which participants (usually female) are rated according to external beauty and sometimes personality and/or social aspirations (winners usually receive a prize of money and a trophy)
beauty pageant
A beauty pageant is the same as a beauty contest
plural of pageant