humanity

listen to the pronunciation of humanity
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} insanlık

Savaş, insanlık dışı bir suçtur. - War is a crime against humanity.

Angarya, insanlık dışı bir suçtur. - Slavery is a crime against humanity.

hümanizm
adamlık
(Tıp) hümanite
insanoğlu
konusu insan olan ilimler
{i} yardımseverlik
hümaniter bilimler
{i} insanlık, insaniyet, insanın doğasını oluşturan niteliklerin
{i} insan kalabalığı
{i} kişilik
the humanities klasik Yunan ve Latin edebiyatları üzerinde çalışma
{i} insan

İnsanlığın çıkarları için çalışmalısın. - You should work in the interests of humanity.

Angarya, insanlık dışı bir suçtur. - Slavery is a crime against humanity.

{i} insanlar

İnsanlar ekosistemin bozulmasını önleyebilecek mi? - Will humanity be able to prevent the degradation of ecosystems?

Bazı yorumları okurken, insanlar insanlığa olan inançlarını tamamen kaybedebilirler. - When reading certain comments, people can completely lose faith in humanity.

beniâdem
(Askeri) BEŞERİYET, İNSANİYET
{i} insancıllık
insan sevgisi
insanlığa
âdemiyet
human
insan

Savaş, insanlık dışı bir suçtur. - War is a crime against humanity.

İnsan ölümlerinin çoğuna, sigara dumanı neden olmuştur. - A lot of human deaths are caused by smoking cigarettes.

human
insani

Hatasız kul olmaz. hataların için başka birini suçlamak daha insanidir. - To err is human. To blame somebody else for your errors is even more human.

Yaşamayı sürdürmek için tek yolumuz insani dayanışmadır. - Human interdependence is our only way to survive.

history of humanity
insanlık tarihi
human
beşer

Beşeri bilimlerde bir otoritedir. - He is an authority on the humanities.

Tarih beşeri bilimlerin bir dalıdır. - History is a branch of the humanities.

human
(Tıp) human
human
insana ilişkin
crime against humanity
insanlık suçu
human
insancıl

Einstein sadece bir bilim adamı değil fakat aynı zamanda sosyal aktivist ve bir insancıl kimse. - Einstein was not only a scientist, but also a social activist and a humanitarian.

Bu, suçlular için en insancıl ceza değil midir? - Isn't that the most humane punishment for criminals?

human
insan gibi

Bir insan gibi yaşamanı daha fazla istiyorum. - I want you to live more like a human being.

Bu dünyada insan gibi davranmaya devam etmek zordur. - In this world, it's difficult to go on behaving like a human being.

human
insanca
humanities
(yazın/dil/tarih/vb.) konusu insan olan bilimler
Humanities
(Bilim, İlim) beşerî bilimler
humanities
beşeri bilimler

Tarih beşeri bilimlerin bir dalıdır. - History is a branch of the humanities.

Beşeri bilimlerde bir otoritedir. - He is an authority on the humanities.

shame of humanity
(deyim) İnsanlığın yüz karası
crimes against humanity
insanlığa karşı suçlar
human
insana ait insani
human
beniâdem
human
{i} insanlık

Savaş, insanlık dışı bir suçtur. - War is a crime against humanity.

Angarya, insanlık dışı bir suçtur. - Slavery is a crime against humanity.

human
human nature insan tabiatı
human
{s} beşeri

Beşeri bilimlerde bir otoritedir. - He is an authority on the humanities.

Tarih beşeri bilimlerin bir dalıdır. - History is a branch of the humanities.

human
insan hali
human
{i} insanoğlu

İnsanoğlu uzaya uçmayı başardı. - Human beings succeeded in flying into space.

İnsanoğlu Tanrı'nın suretinde yaratılmıştır. - Human beings were created in God's image.

human
human equation hesaba katılması gereken insanca hata veya güçsüzlük etkeni
human
{s} beşeri, insani: human nature insan tabiatı. human psychology insan psikolojisi. human resources insan kaynakları. human rights insan
humanities
{i} yunan ve lâtin edebiyatı üzerine çalışma
humanities
hümanite
humanities
beşeri bilim

Tarih beşeri bilimlerin bir dalıdır. - History is a branch of the humanities.

Beşeri bilimlerde bir otoritedir. - He is an authority on the humanities.

the offscourings of humanity
insanlığın yüz karası
the offscourings of humanity
insan bozuntusu
İngilizce - İngilizce
the human condition
mankind, human beings as a group
the quality of being benevolent
used to express despair when something terrible or inhumane happens, but frequently used ironically nowadays in frustration at far more minor things

We've run out of orange juice! The humanity!.

{n} the nature of man, benevolence
all of the inhabitants of the earth; "all the world loves a lover"; "she always used `humankind' because `mankind' seemed to slight the women"
The quality of being human; the peculiar nature of man, by which he is distinguished from other beings
The branches of polite or elegant learning; as language, rhetoric, poetry, and the ancient classics; belles-letters
the quality of being human; "he feared the speedy decline of all manhood"
A person's humanity is their state of being a human being, rather than an animal or an object. a man who's almost lost his humanity in his bitter hatred of his rivals
Humanity is the quality of being kind, thoughtful, and sympathetic towards others. Her speech showed great maturity and humanity
the quality of being humane
The humanities are the subjects such as history, philosophy, and literature which are concerned with human ideas and behaviour. students majoring in the humanities
Mankind collectively; the human race
{i} human race, mankind; human nature; kindness, compassion, quality of being humane
The quality of being humane; the kind feelings, dispositions, and sympathies of man; especially, a disposition to relieve persons or animals in distress, and to treat all creatures with kindness and tenderness
All the people in the world can be referred to as humanity. They face charges of committing crimes against humanity
Mental cultivation; liberal education; instruction in classical and polite literature
crime against humanity
A large-scale persecution of or atrocity against a body of people
human
Of or belonging to the species Homo sapiens or its closest relatives
human
Having the nature or attributes of a human being
human
A human being, whether man, woman or child
humanities
plural form of humanity
human
{a} belonging to or like man
Human
fleshy
crimes against humanity
actions which violate the most basic rights of humankind (especially those which are committed during war)
human
{i} person, human being
human
Human means relating to or concerning people. the human body. human history
human
any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae
human
{s} of human beings, of people; by people, for human beings, like people
human
of mankind, as in : Imagination is a human trait
human
having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings; "human beings"; "the human body"; "human kindness"; "human frailty"
human
having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings; "human beings"; "the human body"; "human kindness"; "human frailty" characteristic of humanity; "human nature" relating to a person; "the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects
human
a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
human
You can refer to people as humans, especially when you are comparing them with animals or machines. Its rate of growth was fast -- much more like that of an ape than that of a human
human
An automatic door opener for cats
human
A human being
human
One of the common races Humans typically stand from 5 feet to a little over 6 feet tall and weigh from 125 to 250 pounds, with men being noticeably taller and heavier than women Thanks to their penchant for migration and conquest, and to their short lifespans, humans are more physically diverse than the other common races, with skin shades that run from nearly black to very pale, eye color ranging from brown to blue, and curly, kinky, or straight hair of any color from black to blond Males of the race have facial hair that may be sparse or thick, but they wear it in diverse ways or not at all Plenty of humans have a dash of nonhuman blood, so they may demonstrate hints of elven, orc, or other lineages Humans are known for their flexibility, ingenuity, and talent for survival
human
Human feelings, weaknesses, or errors are ones that are typical of humans rather than machines. an ever growing risk of human error. W3 .human 'being a person. human factors engineering human engineering human immunodeficiency virus human evolution Human Genome Project human nature human rights human sacrifice louse human migration human reproductive system human sexuality human Universal Declaration of Human Rights
human
characteristic of humanity; "human nature"
human
relating to a person; "the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects"
human
Belonging to man or mankind; having the qualities or attributes of a man; of or pertaining to man or to the race of man; as, a human voice; human shape; human nature; human sacrifices
human
belonging to the group that includes all people
human
The generic term given to any inhabitant of the universe that can trace their genetic makeup back to Earth or Dione
human
A human being, whether man, woman, or child
human
The most numerous and widespread of all the races Humans have an ability to grow in population unmatched by any other race Humans inhabit almost every kind of region and can often survive the most harsh conditions The resilience and ingenuity of humans is rumoured to have indirectly caused the so-called apocalypse
human
relating to a person; "the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects
humanities
studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills); "the college of arts and sciences"
humanities
the branch of learning that includes the arts, classics, philosophy and history etc., but not the sciences
humanities
The branches of learning concerned with human thought and relations, especially literature, philosophy, fine arts, and history
humanities
The branch of learning that connects the fine arts, literature, languages, philosophy and cultural science The humanities are concerned with the understanding and integration of all human thought and accomplishment
humanities
a group of VCE subjects that include English, Literature, Art, History etc
humanities
Branches of knowledge that investigate human beings, their culture, and their self-expression. Distinguished from the physical and biological sciences and, sometimes, from the social sciences, the humanities include the study of languages and literatures, the arts, history, and philosophy. The modern conception of the humanities has roots in the classical Greek paideia, a course in general education dating from the 5th century BC that prepared young men for citizenship. It also draws on Cicero's humanitas, a program of training for orators set forth in 55 BC. The Renaissance humanists contrasted studia humanitatis ("studies of humanity") with studies of the divine; by the 19th century the distinction was instead drawn between the humanities and the sciences
humanities
{i} liberal art studies (as opposed to sciences) such as philosophy and literature and art
humanities
Fine arts and literature
humanities
Fields of study including English, literature, languages, philosophy, classics, history, music, fine arts, theatre, and religion
humanities
plural of humanity
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(Tıp) human
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