listen to the pronunciation of miniature
İngilizce - Türkçe

Benim bir minyatür schnauzerım var. - I own a miniature schnauzer.

Bir kedi; fareleri seven, köpeklerden nefret eden ve insanlara tahammül eden minyatür bir aslandır. - A cat is a miniature lion that loves mice, hates dogs and tolerates humans.

minyatür yapmak
(isim) minyatür
{s} küçücük
{s} minyatür, çok ufak
(Askeri) MİNYATÜR: Bir nişan, hizmet madalyası veya brövenin küçültülmüş benzeri
{s} çok küçük
miniature golf
minyatür golf
miniature tube
minyatür tüp
miniature camera
35 mm.'lik veya daha dar bir film kullanan fotoğraf makinesi
miniature oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) MİNYATÜR MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Küçük bir meşe dalı şeklindeki nişan. Fevkalade bir hizmet veya başarı gösterenlere, tekrar aynı hakkı kazanmaları halinde, bir nişan verilir
miniature range
(Askeri) MİNYATÜR ATIŞ YERİ: Hedef ve mesafeleri mikyasa göre küçültülmüş olarak gösteren minyatür atış yeri. Minyatür atış yeri, atış tatbikatında (firing practice) kullanılır
miniature range practice
(Askeri) MİNYATÜR ATIŞ TATBİKATI: Minyatür atış yeri üzerinde yapılan atış tatbikatı
hence, a small picture; a miniature
Bu nedenle, küçük bir resim, bir minyatür
in miniature
ufak çapta, minyatür
in miniature
çok küçük yapılmış
(isim) minyatürcü
İngilizce - İngilizce
The art of painting such highly detailed miniature works
Smaller than normal

I find miniature dogs annoying; they seem to yap more than full-size dogs.

A musical composition which is short in duration

Sacha composed a miniature for strings as a final project at the conservatory.

A small, highly detailed painting, a portrait miniature
An illustration in an illuminated manuscript
A token in a game representing a unit or character

Jack had dozens of miniatures of Napoleanic footsoldiers painted in detailed period regalia for his wargames.

A small version of something; a model of reduced scale

There was a miniature of a whaling ship in a glass bottle over the mantlepiece.

much smaller than reality or that the normal size
{n} a representation in a small compass
Greatly diminished size or form; reduced scale
copy that reproduces something in greatly reduced size painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts) being on a very small scale; "a miniature camera
painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts)
a full page or half page painting in a manuscript
A small, highly detailed painting; a portrait miniature
a work of art where they represented object is created on a much-reduced scale
A particular feature or trait
A work of art made on a greatly reduced scale Often refers to a portrait painted on paper, ivory or porcelain
Postcards done as a novelty during the Golden Age They were about 1/2 the size of the standard 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch postcards They have stamp boxes and are often postally used The most desirable are those by the Scandinavian artists or publisher John Winsch
Originally, a painting in colors such as those in mediæval manuscripts; in modern times, any very small painting, especially a portrait
Miniature is the term used most often for small portraits, although it can refer to other small paintings In the 16th century, Hilliard and Oliver were the most well-known of the miniature painters
{s} reduced in size, tiny, made smaller, represented on a very small scale
being on a very small scale; "a miniature camera"
a paperweight with a diameter of less than 2 inches
A model of reduced scale
a size of Harbour Lights between GLOW and Ornament Approximately 3" high and 3" wide The first Miniature was one of New Point Loma ca for the 1997 Reunion A second was of Rose Island for the 1998 Reunion and Point Fermin to mark the 5th Anniversary of the Collectors Society More about different sizes NEW In 2000 a line of "Little Lights of Mine" will be introduced by Younger & Associates in the miniature size
Being on a small scale; much reduced from the reality; as, a miniature copy
To represent or depict in a small compass, or on a small scale
A term for a short evocative composition for piano composed in the Romantic Period
A book smaller than 16mo (32mo, 64mo, etc ) Something between a toy and a showpiece A phenomenon of the 19th Century and before A format at that time popular for religious and reference works Their recent resurgence is associated generally with art and poetry
A small-scale painting Miniatures have a variety of uses, from illustrations within albums and manuscripts to intimate portraits
(see table below)
Lettering in red; rubric distinction
Any fine and detailed painting, usually a portrait, executed on a small scale, in watercolor, gouache, enamel or oil on a support of parchment, ivory or copper
A miniature is a very small detailed painting, often of a person
A miniature is anything smaller than life size, most often scaled on a 1
copy that reproduces something in greatly reduced size
used of books below about 2 inches (5cm) tall
A postcard done as a novelty during the Golden Age They are about one half the size of the standard 3-½ by 5-½ inch postcard They have stamp boxes and are often postally used The most desirable are those by the Scandinavian artist or publisher John Winsch
Miniature is used to describe something which is very small, especially a smaller version of something which is normally much bigger. miniature roses He looked like a miniature version of his handsome and elegant big brother
A miniature is a very small bottle of strong alcohol such as whisky or brandy, and usually contains enough for one or two drinks. much smaller than normal
{i} small-scale representation, something which has been made smaller; very small portrait or painting
If you describe one thing as another thing in miniature, you mean that it is much smaller in size or scale than the other thing, but is otherwise exactly the same. Ecuador provides a perfect introduction to South America; it's a continent in miniature
Miniature Pinscher
A small breed of pinscher bred in Germany to hunt small vermin, especially rats
miniature golf
An informal form of golf, played with a putter on a short course featuring novelty obstacles
miniature poodle
a small poodle between 11-15 inches (28-38 cm)
miniature poodles
plural form of miniature poodle
miniature camera
very small camera, small photographic camera
miniature fan palm
small graceful palm with reedlike stems and leaf bases clothed with loose coarse fibers
miniature figure
small likeness, small sculpture
miniature golf
a novelty version of golf played with golf balls and putters on a miniature course featuring many obstacles
miniature golf
competitive game based on golf but played on a miniature course
miniature golf
A novelty version of golf played with a putter and golf ball on a miniature course and featuring obstacles such as alleys, bridges, and tunnels. a type of golf game, played for fun, in which you hit a small ball through passages, over bridges and small hills etc British Equivalent: crazy golf
miniature model
small model
miniature painting
Small, detailed painting, usually a portrait, executed in watercolour on vellum (parchment), prepared card, copper, or ivory that can be held in the hand or worn as a piece of jewelry. The name derives from the minium, or red lead, used to emphasize initial letters in medieval illuminated manuscripts. Combining the traditions of illumination and the Renaissance medal, it flourished from the early 16th to the mid-19th century. The earliest datable examples were painted in France by Jean Clouet the Younger at the court of Francis I; in England H. Holbein the Younger produced masterpieces in miniature under Henry VIII and inspired a long tradition of the practice, known as "limning." Nicholas Hilliard served as miniature painter to Elizabeth I for more than 30 years. In the 17th-18th centuries, painting in enamel on metal became popular in France. In Italy Rosalba Carriera introduced the use of ivory ( 1700) as a luminous surface for transparent pigments, stimulating a great revival of the medium in the late 18th century. By the mid-19th century miniature paintings were regarded as luxury items and rendered obsolete by the new medium of photography
miniature pinscher
small German version of a Doberman pinscher
miniature pinscher
Any of a breed of small dogs resembling the Doberman pinscher but typically reaching a height of only 25-30 centimeters (10-12 inches)
miniature poodle
a small poodle
miniature quantity
tiny amount, very small quantity
miniature schnauzer
Any of a breed of small schnauzers typically standing 30-35 centimeters (12-14 inches) high
miniature schnauzer
a small schnauzer
An artist trained in the painting of miniature figures or scenes
in miniature
in a very small size, reduced in size
plural of miniature
someone who paints very small pictures for money
A painter of miniatures
{i} painter of miniatures, producer of miniatures
someone who paints tiny pictures in great detail
A person who creates or collects miniature figurines (such as dolls)