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İngilizce - Türkçe

Basitlik ifadenin görkemidir. - Simplicity is the glory of expression.

New York'un görkemi müzelerdir. - The glory of New York is its museums.


Şan ve şeref hayattan daha fazla sürer. - Glory lasts longer than life.

Böylece dünyanın şanı geçer. - Thus passes the glory of the world.

iftihar etmek
{f} sevinmek
{i} medarı iftihar
{i} şan ve şeref

Şan ve şeref hayattan daha fazla sürer. - Glory lasts longer than life.

{f} gurur duymak
{f} övünmek
{i} cennet
{i} ün
{f} -e çok sevinmek
ışık halkası
{f} in

Şan ve şeref hayattan daha fazla sürer. - Glory lasts longer than life.

güzel görünüş
{f} ile çok övünmek
çok sevinmek
{i} ayla
hale şeklini almak
{i} nur
{i} mutluluk
{i} ihtişam
{f} memnun olmak
{i} hale
glory and honour
şan ve şeref
Glory of God
Allah(c.c.)'ın ihtişamı
glory hunter
(Spor) Futbol jargonunda başarı taraftarı, başarılı olan kulübe koşan taraftar
glory hunter
(Spor) Herhangi bir takımın taraftarı olmayan, hangi takım başarılıysa onu destekleyen kişilere verilen ad
glory of god
god of glory
glory pea
zafer bezelye
sandık odası
glory days
zafer günleri
glory hole
karışık çekmece
glory hole
düzensiz oda
glory in
(Fiili Deyim ) pek sevinmek
glory in something
zevkini çıkarmak
glory spillway
glori dolusavak
morning glory
ıpomoea purpurea
old glory
abd bayrağı
old glory
abd'nin bayrağı
Old Glory
Birleşik Amerika bayrağı
morning glory family
boru çiçeği familyası
old glory
a.b.d.'nin bayrağı
World Cup glory
Dünya Kupası zaferi
be in one´s glory
kendinden çok hoşnut olmak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) can çiçeği, kahkahaçiçeği, gündüzsefası
no guts no glory
hiç cesaret yok zafer
reflected glory
yansıyan zafer
send s.o. to his/her glory
birini öldürmek
Old Glory
Amerikan bayrağı, A.B.D. bayrağı
Old Glory
amerikan bayrağı
be in one's glory
kendinden çok hoşnut olmak. be in one's right mind aklı başında olmak
giving glory to god
glory hole
sandık odası
go to one's glory
morning glory
bot. kahkahaçiçeği, gündüzsefası, Ipomoea purpurea
morning glory
gündüzsefası [(Botanik) ]
morning glory
çançiçeği [(Botanik) ]
send to glory
cennete göndermek
send to glory
wings of glory installation
(Bilgisayar) wings of glory yüklemesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Honour and valour
To boast; to be proud
Great beauty or splendour, that is so overwhelming it is considered powerful
To exult with joy; to rejoice

He says he glories in what happened, and that good may be done indirectly; but I wish he would not so wear himself out now he is getting old, and would leave such pigs to their wallowing.

Optical phenomenon caused by water droplets
Worship or praise, as in glory to God
{v} to boast, be proud of, rejoice
{n} honor, praise, fame, happiness, circle of rays
a ring or spot of light (a natural phenomenon during misty weather in the mountains of the English Lake Country)
If you glory in a situation or activity, you enjoy it very much. The workers were glorying in their new-found freedom = revel
If you go out in a blaze of glory, you do something very dramatic at the end of your career or your life which makes you famous. I am never going back to prison. I am going to make national news headlines and go out in a blaze of glory. gloried glorying glories glory in to enjoy or be proud of something
It is represented in art by rays of gold, or the like, proceeding from the head or body, or by a disk, or a mere line
Pride; boastfulness; arrogance
brilliant radiant beauty; "the glory of the sunrise" a state of high honor; "he valued glory above life itself" rejoice proudly
same as Brocken specter
(aka gloriole) The circle of radiant light around the heads or figures of God, Christ, the Virgin Mary, or a saint When it surrounds the head only, it is called a halo or nimbus When it surrounds the entire figure with a large oval it is called a mandorla, the Italian word for almond
That quality in a person or thing which secures general praise or honor; that which brings or gives renown; an object of pride or boast; the occasion of praise; excellency; brilliancy; splendor
rejoice proudly
A person's glories are the occasions when they have done something people greatly admire which makes them famous. The album sees them re-living past glories but not really breaking any new ground
A fairly common, but very beautiful, atmospheric affect It is rings of color, usually 5 or 10 degrees across, seen at the antisolar point They are usually seen against a white background They are most easily seen from aircraft surrounding the shadow of the aircraft on the top layer of clouds They can also be seen against the fog with a bright sun behind you Like rainbows, the colors are caused by the water droplets in the air but the details, such as the characteristics of the polarization of the light, show that it is a different, and still unexplained, phenomenon
The glory of something is its great beauty or impressive nature. The glory of the idea blossomed in his mind
Praise, honor, admiration, or distinction, accorded by common consent to a person or thing; high reputation; honorable fame; renown
a state of high honor; "he valued glory above life itself"
The glories of a culture or place are the things that people admire most about it. a tour of Florence, to enjoy the artistic glories of the Italian Renaissance
an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint
{f} exult, rejoice
is the delight in which goodness, greatness etc rest
Great beauty or splendour, of such overwhelmingness that it is considered powerful
The presence of the Divine Being; the manifestations of the divine nature and favor to the blessed in heaven; celestial honor; heaven
A goddess known as "the Beast " Click here for a full description
Glory is the fame and admiration that you gain by doing something impressive. Walsham had his moment of glory when he won a 20km race. we were still basking in the glory of our Championship win
An emanation of light supposed to proceed from beings of peculiar sanctity
brilliant radiant beauty; "the glory of the sunrise"
Optical phenomenon caused by water dropplets
{i} fame; honor; praise; splendor; beauty
glory box
A lady’s storage box containing items saved for her wedding or married life
glory hole
originally, a hole in a mineshaft where an orebody is mined upwards until it breaks through the surface into the open air
glory hole
in merchant and Royal Navy:

On coal-burning tramp steamers, the stokehold was referred to as the 'glory hole'.

glory hole
a military trench
glory hole
a hole in a screen or wall big enough to allow an erect penis to be stuck through, made to have anonymous sex with another person. Glory holes are often found in public toilets and are likely to be used for gay male activities
glory hole
A hole in the side of a furnace used to heat glass held on a metal rod
glory holes
plural form of glory hole
Alternative spelling of glory hole
The plant Chionodoxa luciliae, one of the earliest to flower in the spring
glory hunter
(Spor) Someone who supports a team in the Premier League that is fashionable and/or very successful at the time
Glory Ltd.
{i} Japanese company manufacturer of money handling machines and coin-counting machine
glory hole
an opening in a furnace for the purpose of reheating glass during hand fabrication
glory hole
A hole in the side of a glass furnace, used when reheating 91) glass that has already been molten and is in the process of being fashioned or decorated, or (2) ware which, having been mold-blown is fire-polished to remove imperfections remaining from the mold
glory hole
a small locker at the stern of a boat or between decks of a ship
glory hole
A hole in the side of a glass furnace, used to reheat glass that is being fashioned or decorated The glory hole is also used to fire-polish cast glass to remove imperfec tions remaining from the mold
glory hound
seeker of praise, seeker of acclaim or renown
glory of God
sanctity of God, holiness of God
glory pea
any of various shrubs or vines of the genus Clianthus having compound leaves and pealike red flowers in drooping racemes
Old Glory
The flag of the United States

Well, we've got to do something to celebrate. We haven't got a flag, we can't float Old Glory proudly out the window. So I'm going to wear this, as an emblem..

degree of glory
One of the three eternal dwelling places for all resurrected beings except for the sons of perdition; the celestial kingdom, the telestial kingdom, or the terrestrial kingdom
in all one's glory
Completely naked

She quickly dressed for fear that someone would walk through the shower door and see her in all her glory.

kingdom of glory
Degree of glory
knickerbocker glory
A very elaborate ice cream sundae served in a large tall glass
morning glory
An erection present on waking

Morning Glory (Penis) Would appear to refer to one that stands tall and erect on waking..

morning glory
Several members of the Convolvulaceae family; climbing plants with trumpet shaped flowers
promote to Glory
To die

On the night when she was 'Promoted to Glory' by the metal chariot of a teenage drunkard, she was yet full of love for the Salvation Army, for God and for mankind.

{a} illustrious, noble, honorable, honored
{a} boasting
{n} the act of boasting
crowning glory
(deyim) 1. The most impressive and most important part of something2. (HUMOROUS) One's hair
crowning glory
(deyim) A woman's superbly beautiful hair, usually long and a source of pride

She removed her scarf and dislayed her crowning glory.

King of Glory
name for God
Land of Hope and Glory
a song, based on the music from Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance, which praises Britain and is often sung on patriotic occasions
Old Glory
national flag of the United States, Stars and Stripes
Old Glory
People sometimes refer to the flag of the United States as Old Glory. The flag of the United States. the flag of the US
common morning glory
pantropical annual climbing herb with funnel-shaped blue, purple, pink or white flowers annual or perennial climbing herb of Central America having sky-blue flowers; most commonly cultivated morning glory
days of glory
good old days, days of highest success
Illustrious; honorable; noble
Third person singular simple present of to glory
Plural of glory
imperial japanese morning glory
hybrid from Ipomoea nil
japanese morning glory
annual Old World tropical climbing herb distinguished by wide color range and frilled or double flowers
morning glory
An elongated cloud band, visually similar to a roll cloud, usually appearing in the morning hours, when the atmosphere is relatively stable Morning glories result from perturbations related to gravitational waves in a stable boundary layer They are similar to ripples on a water surface; several parallel morning glories often can be seen propagating in the same direction
morning glory
An elongated cloud band, visually similar to a roll cloud, and usually appearing in the morning hours when the atmosphere is relatively stable Morning glories result from perturbations related to gravitational waves in a stable boundary layer
morning glory
Any of numerous, usually twining vines of the related genera Argyreia, Calystegia, Convolvulus, Merremia, and Ipomoea, having funnel-shaped, variously colored flowers that close late in the day. a plant that has white, blue, or pink flowers that open in the morning and close in late afternoon
morning glory
any of various twining vines having funnel-shaped flowers that close late in the day
morning glory
any of a type of flowering vine plants which bloom in the morning and close in the late afternoon
morning-glory family
Family Convolvulaceae, composed of about 1,400 species of flowering plants in 50 genera, widely cultivated for their colourful, funnel-shaped flowers. Most are twining and erect herbaceous plants; a few are woody vines, trees, or shrubs. The family is widespread in both tropical and temperate areas. Most popular morning glories are of the genus Ipomoea, as is the sweet potato. Several species of bindweeds are agricultural pests. The seeds of two species, Rivea corymbosa and I. violacea, contain hallucinogenic compounds of historical interest
no guts no glory
one must take risks in order to achieve glory, one who does not try does not succeed
old glory
the national flage of the United States of America
old glory
The United States' Flag Sir Francis Burdett (1770-1844)
old glory
Nickname for the U S flag
red morning-glory
annual herb having scarlet flowers; the eastern United States
reflected glory
respect or admiration that is given to someone, not because of what they are or what they have done, but because of what someone they know has done
the price of glory
price a person must pay in return for success
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wings of glory yüklemesi
(Bilgisayar) wings of glory installation