paraphrase

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English - Turkish
(Askeri) parafraz
açımlamak
(Politika, Siyaset) açıklık
(Askeri) haberi şeklen değiştirmek
açımlama
{f} açıkla

Bu sözcüğü anlamıyorum. Onu açıklayabilir misin? - I don't understand this word. Could you paraphrase it?

başka sözcüklerle açıklamak
(Askeri) PARAFRAZ, HABERİ ŞEKLEN DEĞİŞTİRMEK: Bir haberin anlamına dokunmadan, ifade tarzını değiştirmek
{f} başka sözcüklerle anlatmak
tefsir etmek
{i} başka sözcüklerle anlatma
başka kelimelerle izah etme
açımla
{i} açıklama
{f} başka kelimelerle açıklamak
şerh ve izah etmek
{f} yorumlamak
{i} yorum
pertaining to a paraphrase
Bir açıklama ile ilgili
to paraphrase
açımlamak
English - English
a restatement of a text in different words, often to clarify meaning
a similar restatement as an educational exercise
to restate something as, or to compose a paraphrase
translate freely
- to put another's idea, opinion or argument into your own words
{v} to interpret fully or at large
{n} an interpretation in many words
rewording for the purpose of clarification express the same message in different words
Restatement in your own words of a phrase or idea that you found in your research sources When you paraphrase, be extra careful to footnote any ideas that you take from your sources
A paraphrase of something written or spoken is the same thing expressed in a different way. to express in a shorter, clearer, or different way what someone has said or written. a statement that expresses in a shorter, clearer, or different way what someone has said or written
Usually about the same length or same number of words as the original source, a paraphrase is a restatement of an author's words in a simplified version or in the vocabulary of the person writing the paraphrase Think of it as a type of translation from a technical or highly specialized vocabulary to a more familiar and more accessible style Paraphrases are especially helpful for dealing with some journal articles
express the same message in different words
to restate a text, passage or work, giving the meaning in another form While paraphrasing often involves summarizing, this is not always the case Frequently you may find that your paraphrase of a passage is longer than the original simply because it must be longer in order to be clear Note that you must properly cite the source of your paraphrase
To restate or reword something that has been said by another person in order to confirm your understanding of the information
to restate something in your own words
A restatement of a text, passage, or work, expressing the meaning of the original in another form, generally for the sake of its clearer and fuller exposition; a setting forth the signification of a text in other and ampler terms; a free translation or rendering; opposed to metaphrase
A restatement of a passage, idea, or work giving the meaning in another form Paraphrases of original work, like direct quotations, require proper documentation
{f} use different words; present something in a different manner
When source material can be shortened or summarized without losing the emphasis and main ideas of the original, paraphrasing is appropriate Principal ideas still must be referenced to the original source Commonly the paraphraser uses her own words, but in science and business writing, to avoid distortion or omission, the structure, emphasis, and key language of the original (as in a precis) are appropriate Long adjective clauses can become adjectives, noun clauses nouns, adverb clauses, adverbs Note original: "Whether we think of television as a source of propaganda, whether we think of it as a first-class source of information, or whether we think of the television as our primary source of entertainment, it is first and all the time something that affects the individual" (Coston, 83) Note paraphrase: Whether we think of television as propagandistic, informative, or entertaining, it primarily affects individuals (Coston, 83)
To summarize or rewrite in your own words a quote Paraphrasing should not have quote marks
If you paraphrase someone or paraphrase something that they have said or written, you express what they have said or written in a different way. Parents, to paraphrase Philip Larkin, can seriously damage your health I'm paraphrasing but this is honestly what he said
The restatement of a poem using words that are different but as equivalent as possible Here is a sample paraphrase
To freely translate To restate in different terms
restatement of a passage in one's own words; differs from summary in that paraphrase can be as long as the original
A brief rewriting of a work in words different from the original
To make a paraphrase
rewording for the purpose of clarification
{i} different wording, phrasing that differs from the original
Paraphrases are not translations at all Instead, the paraphrasing author uses one or more existing English translations and then rephrases the text into easily understood everyday language An example is the Living Bible
(see p )
- reworded, translated, or restated information from an outside source (something that isn't considered common knowledge)
To use the ideas or words of another person, but stating them in your own words
To express, interpret, or translate with latitude; to give the meaning of a passage in other language
► writing in your own words based on someone else's words or ideas Correct paraphrase is a substantive re-expression of the original
paraphrased
{s} restated, reworded, phrased in words different from the original
paraphrased
past of paraphrase
paraphrases
plural of paraphrase
paraphrases
third-person singular of paraphrase
paraphrasing
Borrowing an idea from another source and putting into your own words
paraphrasing
A learning strategy that involves the learner taking information from reading or listening and rephrasing the information, in his or her own words, in a way that personalizes the information and facilitates understanding and remembering
paraphrasing
present participle of paraphrase
paraphrasing
Rewriting or expressing text in a different way (remember the idea still belongs to someone else)
paraphrasing
restating in your own words what another has said
paraphrasing
To rephrase a statement in order to obtain clarity
paraphrasing
A process that involves taking information from reading or listening and rephrasing the information in one's own words in a way that personalizes the information and can facilitate one's ability to understand and remember
paraphrasing
A concise response to the caller that reflects the essence of what the caller has said, in the consultant’s words It is a summary of the caller’s content with a focus on the key points
paraphrase
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