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English - Turkish
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) Müthiş doğa olayları karşısında kendini korkuyla karışık bir mükemmel hissetme durumu ve bu durumdan zevk almadır
{s} son derece
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Eugenie yüceydi, o bir kadındı. - Eugenie was sublime, she was a woman.

Onun dövüş sanatları kahramanlığı zaten yüce mükemmellik seviyesine ulaştı. - His martial arts prowess has already reached a level of sublime perfection.

son derece güzel
{s} olağanüstü
{f} yükselmek
{f} yücelmek
{s} büyük
(Tıp) Tasfiye etmek, süblime etmek
{f} yüceltmek
{s} asil
{f} bilinçaltındaki güdülerini iyiye yöneltmek
{f} ulvileşmek
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) yüce [kant]
{f} süblimleşmek
(Tıp) Üstün, yüksek, sublimis
{s} görkemli
{f} süblimleştirmek
Sublime Porte Babıâli
sublime porte
sublime porte
(Tarih) bab-ı ali
sublime porte
Bâb-ı Âli ya da basitleştirilmiş şekli ile Babıali, Osmanlı Devleti'nin son dönemlerinde Sadrazamlık binasına ve daha geniş anlamıyla da Osmanlı hükümetine verilen isimdi. Günümüz Türkçesinde Yüce Kapı anlamına gelen bu terim aynen tercüme edilerek diğer dünya dillerine de girmiştir. Cumhuriyet döneminde Babıali binası İstanbul ilinin Vilayet Konağına dönüştürüldü ve halen de bu amaçla kullanılmağa devam etmektedir. Babıali'nin bir başka anlamı da Türkiye'nin basın dünyasına verilen isimdir
the sublime
the sublime
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English - English
something sublime
To sublimate
Noble and majestic
Impressive and awe-inspiring
{a} high in style or excellence, proud
{n} a lofty or grand style, sublimity
{v} to sublimate, raise, exalt, improve
vaporize and then condense right back again change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting; "sublime iodine"; "some salts sublime when heated"
Distinguished by lofty or noble traits; eminent; said of persons
Change from the solid to the vapor phase without passing through the liquid phase
To volatilize from the solid state to a gas
To dignify; to ennoble
To subject to the process of sublimation; to heat, volatilize, and condense in crystals or powder; to distill off, and condense in solid form; hence, also, to purify
{f} cause to be sublime, raise, lift up; sublimate, transform a solid directly into a gas or a gas directly into a solid (Chemistry)
That which exists beyond words or beyond our understanding or our ability to understand
emphasis You can use sublime to emphasize a quality that someone or something has, usually a quality that is undesirable or negative. The administration's sublime incompetence is probably temporary He displayed a sublime indifference to the distinction between right and wrong. + sublimely sub·lime·ly Mrs Trollope was sublimely uninterested in what she herself wore
To pass off in vapor, with immediate condensation; specifically, to evaporate or volatilize from the solid state without apparent melting; said of those substances, like arsenic, benzoic acid, etc
worthy of adoration or reverence
Awakening or expressing the emotion of awe, adoration, veneration, heroic resolve, etc
That which is sublime; with the definite article A grand or lofty style in speaking or writing; a style that expresses lofty conceptions
inspiring awe; "well-meaning ineptitude that rises to empyreal absurdity"- M S Dworkin; "empyrean aplomb"- Hamilton Basso; "the sublime beauty of the night"
That which is grand in nature or art, as distinguished from the merely beautiful
To raise on high
Emotions accompanied by feelings of dread or melancholy, quiet wonder, or that evoke the ideas of pain, danger, or terror, and moves one to a state of awe or exaltation Burke considered the Sublime to be the strongest emotion the mind is capable of producing
(or sublimate)
the turning of a solid directly into a gas without going through the intermediate liquid phase, e g the vapor of ``dry ice'' (the sublimation of frozen carbon dioxide)
the main characteristic of great poetry, Longinus held, was sublimity or high, grand, ennobling seriousness
as, sublime scenery; a sublime deed
A habit of appreciating nature as beyond human control, immense, powerful, awe-inspiring Associated with mountains, cataracts, the ocean, stars The standard sources are Longinus, On the Sublime, and Edmund Burke, A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful, 1757
The sublime is that which blows our minds
Elevated by joy; elate
dignified; grand; solemn; stately; said of an impressive object in nature, of an action, of a discourse, of a work of art, of a spectacle, etc
Sublimation occurs when a substance changes directly from a solid to a gas without becoming liquid
lifted up or set high; "their hearts were jocund and sublime"- Milton
To exalt; to heighten; to improve; to purify
sublimation occurs when a substance changes directly from a solid to a gas without becoming a liquid
Lifted up; high in place; exalted aloft; uplifted; lofty
approval If you describe something as sublime, you mean that it has a wonderful quality that affects you deeply. Sublime music floats on a scented summer breeze to the spot where you lie. You can refer to sublime things as the sublime. She elevated every rare small success to the sublime. + sublimely sub·lime·ly the most sublimely beautiful of all living things. If you describe something as going from the sublime to the ridiculous, you mean that it involves a change from something very good or serious to something silly or unimportant. At times the show veered from the sublime to the ridiculous
to change from a solid to a gas without becoming liquid, and vice versa
The aesthetic feeling aroused by experiences too overwhelming in scale to be appreciated as beautiful by the senses The awe produced by standing on the brink of the Grand Canyon or the terror induced by witnessing a hurricane are properly said to be sublime Recommended Reading: Immanuel Kant, Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and Sublime, ed by John T Goldthwait (California, 1991) {at Amazon com}; Paul Crowther, The Kantian Sublime: From Morality to Art (Oxford, 1991) {at Amazon com}; and The Sublime Reader: A Reader in British Eighteenth-Century Aesthetic Theory, ed by Andrew Ashfield and Peter De Bolla (Cambridge, 1996) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP, IEP, Peter Suber, and noesis
change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting; "sublime iodine"; "some salts sublime when heated"
which do not exhibit a liquid form on heating, except under increased pressure
{s} exalted, noble, lofty; wonderful, splendid; inspiring wonder or awe
{i} something exalted, noble; inspiring wonder or awe
vaporize and then condense right back again
A sense of elevated beauty or grandeur; in this case produced by a landscape
Lofty of mien; haughty; proud
An aesthetic category with prominent aspects including an inclination for the terrible, tragic, monstrous, or anything that stimulates the imagination
Sublime Porte
The monumental portal at the Ottoman palace where the supreme tribunals were held; became the surname of the first palace in Burssa (now Brussa), transferred to the even grander Topkapi palace after the capital's transfer to Istanbul (the former Byzantine imperial capital Constantinople)
Sublime Porte
A pars pro toto for the Ottoman sultanic court, hence for the imperial government, notably the vizierial divan and the entire empire
sublime porte
(Tarih) The Ottoman court at Constantinople
sublime porte
the Ottoman court in Constantinople
{a} that may be sublimed or refined
{a} loftily, grandly, nobly, proudly
Capable of being sublimed or sublimated
Having been subjected to the process of sublimation; hence, also, purified
past of sublime
passing or having passed from the solid to the gaseous state (or vice versa) without becoming liquid
In a sublime manner
in a sublime manner, lofty
with sublimity; in a sublime manner; "awaking in me, sublimely unconscious, interest and energy for tackling these tasks"
with sublimity; in a sublime manner; "awaking in me, sublimely unconscious, interest and energy for tackling these tasks
{s} transcendently
comparative of sublime
plural of sublime
superlative of sublime
present participle of sublime
the sublime
sublimity, quality of being sublime, grandeur, loftiness