essay

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İngilizce - Türkçe
rapor
makale

Bu benim kendi makalem. - This essay is my own.

Tom makalesini tekrar yazmak zorundaydı. - Tom had to rewrite his essay.

yazı

Madam Rodriguez deneme yazımı görmek istemedi mi? - Didn't madam Rodriguez want to see my essay?

Yazıyı bitirmek 2 saatimi aldı. - It took me 2 hours to finish the essay.

yapmaya kalkışma
yapmaya kalkışmak
deneme

Ben bir deneme üzerinde çalışmak zorunda kaldım. - I had to work on an essay.

Esperanto: Avrupa veya Asya dili denemesinde Claude Piron, Esperanto ve Çince arasındaki benzerliği gösterdi ve Esperanto'nun yalnızca Avrupa merkezli olduğunu ortaya koydu. - In his essay Esperanto: European or Asiatic language Claude Piron has shown the similarities between Esperanto and Chinese, thereby putting to rest the notion that Esperanto is purely eurocentric.

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Kompozisyon

Bir kompozisyon yazabilir misin?.

El yazısı kompozisyonlar kabul edilmeyecektir. - Handwritten essays won't be accepted.

O bize tatil sırasında yazmamız için bir kompozisyon verdi. - He gave us an essay to write during the vacation.

teşebbüs
örnek
{f} kalkışmak
{i} girişim
tecrübe
{i} deneme (bir düzyazı türü)
{f} denemek
teşebbüs etmek
müsvedde essayist deneme yazarı
essay question
yazılı soru
essay site
ödev sitesi
essay test
(Dilbilim) yazılı sınav
essaying
deneme
essays
denemeler

Denemelerden bazıları çok ilginç. - Some of the essays are very interesting.

Okuldayken gerçekten denemeler yazmaktan nefret ederdim. - When I was in school, I really hated writing essays.

essays
raporlar
term essay
yıllık ödev
essayed
tecrübe edilmiş
İngilizce - İngilizce
A test, experiment; an assay
To move forth, as into battle
To try
An attempt

This was Lee's first essay in the kind of offensive-defensive strategy that was to become his hallmark.

A written composition of moderate length exploring a particular issue or subject
{v} to attempt, endeavor, try, examin
{n} an attempt, endeavor, trial, experiment
A short literary composition on a single subject, usually presenting the personal views of the author
a tentative attempt an analytic or interpretive literary composition
An effort made, or exertion of body or mind, for the performance of anything; a trial; attempt; as, to make an essay to benefit a friend
An essay is a short piece of writing on one particular subject that is written by a writer for publication. Thomas Malthus's essay on population. to attempt to do something. Analytic, interpretative, or critical literary composition, usually dealing with its subject from a limited and often personal point of view. Flexible and versatile, the essay was perfected by Michel de Montaigne, who chose the name essai to emphasize that his compositions were "attempts" to express his thoughts and experiences. The essay has been the vehicle of literary and social criticism for some, while for others it could serve semipolitical, nationalistic, or polemical purposes and could have a detached, playful, earnest, or bitter tone
A self-contained chapter in a book, typically a book in which each chapter is written by a different author
A trial design for a new stamp or postal stationary item Essays are made to examine different colours and styles of printing, but are not identical to finished stamps
To exert one's power or faculties upon; to make an effort to perform; to attempt; to endeavor; to make experiment or trial of; to try
A short literary composition, usually in prose, dealing with a specific topic
put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to; "This approach has been tried with good results"; "Test this recipe"
Aufsatz (Germany)
A printed design of a proposed note which may or may not have been accepted or issued A sample See also: proof
a tentative attempt
An assay
- somewhat organized, highly personal genre of writing, in which the writer attempts to prove a point about one subject
a short composition expressing the author's opinions, as in: Students applying for a scholarship often have to write an essay
To test the value and purity of (metals); to assay
An essay is a short piece of writing on one particular subject written by a student. We asked Jason to write an essay about his hometown and about his place in it
A brief composition, usually in prose, that gives the author's views
A short literary composition dealing with a single subject usually written from the personal point of view of its author who may not attempt completeness Essays are often published in collected works
A composition treating of any particular subject; usually shorter and less methodical than a formal, finished treatise; as, an essay on the life and writings of Homer; an essay on fossils, or on commerce
an analytic or interpretative literary composition usually dealing with its subject from a limited or personal point of view
{i} attempt, endeavor; composition, article
{f} attempt; test, experiment
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A work analyzing a subject from the author's personal point of view
A design which has been submitted for a stamp issue
Essays are documents that involve discussion of concepts or topics Essays are different from reports in that they are informal in nature, and allow you to express your own thoughts and feelings more extensively When writing essays you should be particularly careful if commenting on ideas or quotes developed by other people If you do discuss an idea not developed by yourself you must reference it Should you fail to reference the resources you have used you may be accused of committing plagiarism
The artwork of a proposed design for a stamp Some essays are rendered photographically Others are drawn in pencil or ink or are painted Most essays are rejected One becomes the essay for the accepted design
See Assay, n
an analytic or interpretive literary composition
a paper with a thesis; typical college essays consist of an introduction, paragraphs that offer support to the thesis, and a conclusion
a multi-paragraph piece of writing about a subject that follows a particular format (e g Our teacher asked us to write an essay about our favourite childhood memory )
make an effort or attempt; "He tried to shake off his fears"; "The infant had essayed a few wobbly steps"; "The police attempted to stop the thief"; "He sought to improve himself"; "She always seeks to do good in the world"
A literary composition in which the author analyzes or interprets a subject, often from a personal point of view
essay contest
writing competition, competition determining proficiency in writing short literary compositions on a particular subject
essay question
A test question that calls for a written answer of a specified length, especially a short essay
photo essay
a series of photographs, sometimes with text, that narrates a story
photo-essay
Alternative spelling of photo essay
An essay
composition
essayed
past of essay
essaying
An Attempt; a try
essaying
present participle of essay
essays
Third person form of to essay; to go forth
essays
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- Academic writing about a particular topic They are generally longer than an article in a magazine or journal Essays are often found in Multi-Author Works A collection of essays will be published under a general title The essays will provide good information on specific topics written by credible sources
essays
Plural of essay; scholarly writings
essays
Lord Bacon's essays were the first in English that bore the name "To write just treatises requireth leisure in the writer and leisure in the reader which is the cause which hath made me choose to write certain brief notes which I have called essays " - Dedication to Prince Henry Essenes (2 syl ) A sect among the Jews in the time of our Saviour They were communists who abjured every sort of fleshly indulgence They ate no animal food, and drank only water Their sacrifices to God were only fruits of the earth They kept the Sabbath so strictly that they would not even wash a plate or rinse a cup on that day They always dressed in white, took no part in public matters, but devoted themselves to contemplative studies They held the Jewish Scriptures in great reverence, but interpreted them allegorically
essays
research-backed statements of opinion on arguable topics
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