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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sır

Onun kendini niçin öldürdüğü hâlâ bir sır. - Why he killed himself is still a mystery.

Uykunun önemine rağmen, onun amacı bir sırdır. - Despite the importance of sleep, its purpose is a mystery.


Aşk, sürekli olarak gizem ve sefalettir. - Love is mystery and misery indefinitely.

Cinayet gizem olarak kalır. - The murder remains a mystery.

{i} esrar
{i} bilinmeyen
{i} muamma

Dün artık mazi oldu. Yarın ise muamma. Bugün ise avuçlarımızın içinde bize sunulmuş bir armağandır. - Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.

Rusya, bir muammanın içindeki gizemle sarılmış bir bilmece. - Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.

{i} esrarengizlik
sis perdesi
anlaşılmaz şey

Cinayet gizem olarak kalır. - The murder remains a mystery.

Bu gizemi çözen biri oldu mu? - Has anybody solved this mystery?

{i} hikmet
merak konusu
mystery bag
(Argo) gizemli çanta
mystery fiction
gizemli romanlar
mystery no
(Bilgisayar) gizem hayır
mystery pen
(Bilgisayar) gizem kalem
mystery shopper
(Ticaret) gizli müşteri
mystery up
(Bilgisayar) gizem yukarı
mystery play
dinsel tiyatro oyunu
mystery story
esrarlı hikaye
mystery customer
Bir kişi ya da kurumun kimliğini belli etmeden başka kurum veya kişilerin hizmet kalitesini incelediği çalışmaları gizlice yapan müşteri

She intended to visit a number of different competing restaurant chains as a mystery customer.

mystery play
gizem oyun
mystery shopper
(Finans) Gizli müşteri: Bir şirketin ürün ve hizmet kalitesini ölçümlemek adına müşteri gibi davranarak araştırmalar yapan kişi
mystery novel
mistik romanı
mystery play
(Tiyatro) ortaçağ dini piyesi
resolve the mystery
gizemi çözmek
resolve the mystery
esrarı çözmek
resolve the mystery
sırrı çözmek
shrouded in mystery
mystery of
unsolved mystery
çözülmemiş gizemi
detective and mystery films
polisiye filmler
detective and mystery stories
polisiye öyküler
detective and mystery stories
polisiye hikayeler
i would like to buy a mystery novel in english
İngilizce bir mistik romanı satın almak istiyorum
murder mystery
cinai roman
solve the mystery of
düğümünü çözmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
Something secret or unexplainable; unknown

The truth behind the events remains a mystery.

A particular event or series of events in the life of Christ

The second decade of the Rosary concerns the Sorrowful mysteries, such as the crucifixion and the crowning with thorns.

Someone or thing with an obscure or puzzling nature

That man is a mystery.

a story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie
According to CMM, the essence of a cosmopolitan attitude that views one's own life as a manifestation or part of something greater, characterized by rapt attention, open-mindedness, a sense of wonder, and perhaps even awe
Anything artfully made difficult; an enigma
In the Bible, a term used to describe something that God reveals over time or sequentially, or for something about which we lack sufficient information to understand, but which is not actually contradictory It should not be used as a palatable term for "contradiction "
A trade; a handicraft; hence, any business with which one is usually occupied
A mystery person or thing is one whose identity or nature is not known. The mystery hero immediately alerted police after spotting a bomb. a mystery prize of up to £1,000
If you talk about the mystery of someone or something, you are talking about how difficult they are to understand or know about, especially when this gives them a rather strange or magical quality. She's a lady of mystery It is an elaborate ceremony, shrouded in mystery
The consecrated elements in the eucharist
A kind of secret religious celebration, to which none were admitted except those who had been initiated by certain preparatory ceremonies; usually plural; as, the Eleusinian mysteries
   a spiritual reality that can never be fully understood A mystery is not opaque to reason, but rather has a character that human reason cannot fully comprehend The love of God for us is a mystery, not because we cannot understand what love is, but because we cannot comprehend the fullness of God's love, no matter how hard we try
An important concept of Eastern theologies, "mystery" denotes the otherness, the hiddenness of God, who chose to reveal Himself, most especially in Jesus, the *Icon of God, through the enlightenment of the Holy Spirit Mystery also signals the proper attitude of the Eastern Christian when reflecting upon the encounter of the Lord in the Sacramental *Mysteries See ROZO
A profound secret; something wholly unknown, or something kept cautiously concealed, and therefore exciting curiosity or wonder; something which has not been or can not be explained; hence, specifically, that which is beyond human comprehension
A dramatic representation of a Scriptural subject, often some event in the life of Christ; a dramatic composition of this character; as, the Chester Mysteries, consisting of dramas acted by various craft associations in that city in the early part of the 14th century
A mystery is a story in which strange things happen that are not explained until the end. His fourth novel is a murder mystery set in London. used to describe someone or something that people do not recognize or know anything about, especially when this causes great interest mystery man/woman. mystery play mystery religion mystery story
{i} that which cannot be understood, something that is unknown; inexplicable (often religious) matter, epiphany; quality of being elusive or secretive; mystery novel, piece of fiction about a puzzling event or an unsolved crime
a narrative in which the chief element is usually a crime around which the plot is built
something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained; "how it got out is a mystery"; "it remains one of nature's secrets" a story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie
A mystery is something that is not understood or known about. The source of the gunshots still remains a mystery. the mysteries of mental breakdown
something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained; "how it got out is a mystery"; "it remains one of nature's secrets"
The plot revolves around some crime--whether it be a murder, theft or kidnapping There is usually a detective in this type of novel
the secret or specialized practices or ritual peculiar to an occupation or a body of people; rites or secrets known only to those initiated
In the plural, in usage until the 18th century, the name given to different trades
mystery bag
A pie or sausage
mystery bag
A surprise package randomly picked, a lucky-dip
mystery bag
A non-specific mixed lot of a product at the supplier's choice
mystery meat
Any processed meat product whose animal source is not readily identifiable
mystery meat navigation
A system of navigation on a website in which the user cannot immediately determine the target of any hyperlink but has to interact with it in some way (such as hovering with the mouse)
mystery meats
plural form of mystery meat
mystery play
A medieval dramatic performance depicting events from Christian scriptures, especially events from the life of Jesus Christ
mystery ship
A popular name during World War I for the secret British Q-ships, also known as "decoy vessels" or "special service ships", which served as submarine decoy vessels
mystery shopper
Someone hired by a company to pose as a customer in order to evaluate the quality of its service
mystery shoppers
plural form of mystery shopper
mystery tour
A short-duration outing by coach to a destination that is not revealed in advance

I recall, Anderson went on, the fine story of a Welsh mystery tour by bus from Cwmrhydyceirw in my constituency.

mystery shopper
A person employed to visit a shop or restaurant incognito in order to assess the quality of the goods or services
mystery shopping
Mystery shopping is a tool used by market research companies to measure quality of retail service. These companies send mystery shoppers to 'act' as shoppers in return for some combination of cash, store credit, purchase discounts, or reimbursement for the goods or services purchased. Instructions to mystery shoppers can include a script of behavior, questions to ask, complaints to give, purchases to make, and measures to record, such as time it takes to receive attention from an employee or receive a service, or the responses given to questions
Mystery of Edwin Drood
the last novel by Charles Dickens, which was unfinished when he died in 1870
mystery man
mystery person, mysterious man, man with a secret identity
mystery of life
secret of life, life's unexplainable quality
mystery play
A medieval drama based on scriptural events especially in the life of Jesus. a religious play from the Middle Ages, based on a story from the Bible (mystère, from mysterium; MYSTERY). Vernacular drama of the Middle Ages. It developed from the liturgical drama and usually represented a biblical subject. In the 13th century, craft guilds began producing mystery plays at sites removed from the church, adding apocryphal and satirical elements to the dramas. In England groups of 25-50 plays were later organized into lengthy cycles, such as the Chester plays and the Wakefield plays. In England the plays were often performed on moveable pageant wagons, while in France and Italy they were acted on stages with scenery representing heaven, earth, and hell. Technical flourishes such as flying angels and fire-spouting devils kept the spectators' attention. The genre of the mystery play declined by 1600. See also miracle play; morality play
mystery play
a medieval play representing episodes from the life of Christ
mystery religion
Any of various secret cults of the Greco-Roman world. Derived from primitive tribal ceremonies, mystery religions reached their peak of popularity in Greece in the first three centuries AD. Their members met secretly to share meals and take part in dances and ceremonies, especially initiation rites. The cult of Demeter produced the most famous of the mystery religions, the Eleusinian Mysteries, as well as the Andania mysteries. Dionysus was worshiped in festivals that included wine, choral singing, sexual activity, and mime. The Orphic cult, by contrast, based on sacred writings attributed to Orpheus, required chastity and abstinence from meat and wine. Mystery cults also attached to Attis, Isis, and Jupiter Dolichenus, among others
mystery story
Work of fiction in which the evidence related to a crime or to a mysterious event is so presented that the reader has an opportunity to consider solutions to the problem, the author's solution being the final phase of the piece. The mystery story is an age-old popular genre and is related to several other forms. Elements of mystery may be present in narratives of horror or terror, pseudoscientific fantasies, crime stories, accounts of diplomatic intrigue, affairs of codes and ciphers and secret societies, or any situation involving an enigma. See also detective story; gothic novel
mystery story
story whose plot contains a mystery, detective story, adventure story
mystery tour
a trip, usually by bus, in which people do not know exactly where they will be taken
plural form of mystery
enveloped in mystery
surrounded by mystery, secret, mysterious, enigmatic
murder mystery
undeciphered mystery, unsolved murder case; suspense-thriller which describes a murderous affair
murder mystery
a narrative about a murder and how the murderer is discovered
a number of secret societies or cults
plural of mystery
shrouded in mystery
vague, unclear, unknown
world of mystery
imaginary world where all sorts of strange things can happen