orient

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} yönlendirmek
doğuya ait
şark
{f} yönelt
{i} parıltı
{i} doğu

O, Doğunun gizemleri ile ilgileniyordu. - He was interested in the mysteries of the Orient.

Budizm makalesi, Doğu dinlerine olan ilgimi yeniden canlandırdı. - The article on Buddhism revived my interest in Oriental religions.

(Askeri) AYARLAMAK: Bir hava fotoğrafını okurken, fotoğrafı çekildiği anda ışığın geldiği istikametteki bir ışık açısında tutmak
parıltılı
genellikle Asya memleketleri
alışmak
{f} doğrultmak
{f} yöneltmek
incinin üzerindeki açık mavi parlaklık
göğün doğu kısmı
yükselen
doğuya yöneltmek
{f} doğuya doğru yapmak
parlak
{s} doğan
{s} doğuya özgü
doğan/doğu
Doğu ülkeleri
orient express
doğu ekspresi
orient o.s
(kendinin) tam olarak nerede bulunduğunu saptamak
orient oneself
kendi kendini değerlendirmek
orient oneself
alışmak
orient oneself
uyum sağlamak
orient pearl
en kaliteli inci
oriented
{s} amaçlı
oriented
{s} doğrultusunda olan
oriented
{s} yönlü
oriental
doğulu kimse
oriental
şark
oriented
yönlendirilmiş
oriented
(Dilbilim) yöneltimli
oriental
şarkî
oriental
doğuya özgü
orientate
doğuya yönelt
oriented
{f} yönelt
oriented
yönelmeli
oriented
yönelik
orients
yönlendirir
relationship orient
ilişki odaklı
service orient
servise yönelik
the orient
şark
observe, orient, decide, act
(Askeri) gözetle, belirle, karar ver ve işlet
oriental
parlak doğulu kimse
oriental
{s} oryantal

O, oryantal sanatında birazcık uzmandır. - He is something of an expert on oriental art.

Eliza oryantal değil. - Eliza's not Oriental.

oriental
{s} doğu

Ben doğu çömlekçiliği ile ilgileniyorum. - I'm interested in oriental pottery.

Budizm makalesi, Doğu dinlerine olan ilgimi yeniden canlandırdı. - The article on Buddhism revived my interest in Oriental religions.

oriental
(Tıp) Doğu memleketleri ile ilgili, doğu memleketlerinde görülen
oriental
{s} parlak (inci)
orientate
yönlendirmek
orientate
{f} yöneltmek
orientate
{f} doğuya doğru yapmak
orientate
f., İng., bak. orient
orientate
{f} doğrultmak
oriented
(Askeri) CİHETİNE KONMUŞ; CİHETİNE KONULAN: Doğru istikametlere müracaat etmek veya kuzey-güneye göre yöneltmek suretiyle cihetine konmuş bir şey (harita, plancete vesaire)
oriented
{f} yönelt: adj.yönelik,yönlü
the Orient
Doğu (genellikle Asya ülkeleri)
İngilizce - İngilizce
Countries of Asia
Countries east of the Mediterranean
To determine which direction one is facing

Let me just orient myself and we can be on our way.

To change direction so as to face east

by extension To change direction to face a certain way.

To place or build so as to face eastward
To set the focus of so as to relate or appeal to a certain group

We will orient our campaign to the youth who are often disinterested.

To point at or direct towards

I will orient all of the signs to face the road.

To familiarize with a situation or circumstance

Give him time to orient himself within the new hierarchy.

{a} eastern, rising, bright, shining
The eastern part of Asia is sometimes referred to as the Orient. = East
East
Eastern countries and regions
When you orient yourself to a new situation or course of action, you learn about it and prepare to deal with it. You will need the time to orient yourself to your new way of eating. = accustom see also oriented. the Orient the eastern part of the world, especially China and Japan the East east (1a), Occident
{i} eastern hemisphere; countries of Asia
A pearl of great luster
determine one's position with reference to another point cause to point; "Orient the house towards the West"
the hemisphere that includes Eurasia and Africa and Australia
the countries of Asia
lie toward the corresponding parts of the horizon; to rotate (a map attached to a plane table) until the line of direction between any two of its points is parallel to the corresponding direction in nature
To turn towards or facing the east
To define the position of, in relation to the orient or east; hence, to ascertain the bearings of
The countries of Asia or the East
be oriented; "The weather vane points North"
To place (a map or chart) so that its east side, north side, etc
(1) v The response of an organism in taking up a particular position in relation to a particular stimulus (2) n To turn a map so that the north direction on the map is parallel to the north direction on the ground (compass)
Bright; lustrous; superior; pure; perfect; pellucid; used of gems and also figuratively, because the most perfect jewels are found in the East
Fig
The mapping of structural dimensions to the screen dimensions of row, column and page
The deep, inner glow and shimmering iridescent characteristics of sea-grown pearls The deeper the lustre and iridescence, the more precious the pearl
Refers to a pearl's iridescence
{f} direct; place in a particular position; become familiar with (especially a new place or location); guide, lead; turn to a place in the east
determine one's position with reference to another point
cause to point; "Orient the house towards the West"
is the typical pearly lustre seen on pearls or mother-of-pearl shell Also known as iridescence
Eastern; oriental
(poetic) eastern; "the orient sun
determine one's position with reference to another point cause to point; "Orient the house towards the West" be oriented; "The weather vane points North" (poetic) eastern; "the orient sun
Rising, as the sun
The part of the horizon where the sun first appears in the morning; the east
(poetic) eastern; "the orient sun"
Same as Orientate, 2
To find ones way (usually by means of a compass)
To correct or set right by recurring to first principles; to arrange in order; to orientate
{s} eastern, of the orient
Orient Express
a long-distance train which traveled from Paris to Istanbul
Orient Express
a famous luxury railway train, used especially by rich people. It used to run (1883-1977) between Paris and Istanbul in Turkey, but there is now a luxury Orient Express train that goes from London to Venice. The train appears in many stories, including Agatha Christie 's novel Murder on the Orient Express (1934). Luxury train that ran from Paris to Constantinople (Istanbul) for over 80 years (1883-1977). Developed by the Belgian businessman Georges Nagelmackers, its luxuriously furnished cars became the symbol of glamour for European society. Europe's first transcontinental express train, it covered over 1,700 mi (2,740 km); after 1919 the route extended from Calais and Paris to Lausanne and via the Simplon Pass to Milan, Venice, Zagreb, and beyond. Service was suspended during both world wars. Discontinued in 1977, it was revived in 1982 to run between London and Venice as the "Venice Simplon Orient Express
Orient House
Palestinian center of activity in Jerusalem
Oriental
A member or descendant of the peoples and cultures of the Orient
Oriental
of or relating to the biogeographic part of Asia south of the Himalayas, including part of the Malay archipelago
Oriental
in, of or otherwise related to the Orient
Oriental
or, like or otherwise relating to the Oriental people and culture
Oriental
A lily cultivar of a widely varied group, with strong scent
oriental
A person from the Orient, or with ancestry from the Orient

Note: this term is considered by some to be objectionable in American English.

oriental
eastern, of the east, of or relating to the Orient especially Asiatic, but most commonly to the Far East

Note: this term is considered by some to be objectionable in American English.

oriental
capitalized: a zoögeographical region of southeast Asia
oriental
of orient pearls, relating to orient lustre in a pearl
oriental
Oriental (capitalized) native of the East, or Asiatic, native, resident of the Orient
orientate
To position (something), to align relative to a given position

Try to orientate your students towards the science subjects.

orientate
To face (a given direction)
orientate
To determine one's position relative to the surroundings; to orient (oneself)

He came out of the station and took some time to orientate himself.

oriented
having a specific orientation
oriented
Simple past tense and past participle of orient
oriental
{a} placed in or coming from the east
oriental
{n} an inhabitant or native of the east
Murder on the Orient Express
famous murder mystery written by the British writer Agatha Christie
oriental
a member of an Oriental race
oriental
of or relating to the Orient or Asia, but most commonly to the Far East
oriental
relating to orient lustre in a pearl
oriental
capitalized: a zoogeographical region of southeast Asia
oriental
{s} from the east, from southern Asia, eastern
oriental
eastern
oriental
A native or inhabitant of the Orient or some Eastern part of the world; an Asiatic
oriental
Of or pertaining to the orient or east; eastern; concerned with the East or Orientalism; opposed to occidental; as, Oriental countries
oriental
denoting or characteristic of the biogeographic region including southern Asia and the Malay Archipelago as far as the Philippines and Borneo and Java; "Oriental politeness"; "for people of South and East Asian ancestry the term `Asian' is preferred to `Oriental'"; "Asian ancestry"
oriental
Eastern Christians of the Greek rite
oriental
Some people refer to people from eastern Asia, especially China or Japan as Orientals. This use could cause offence. relating to or from the eastern part of the world, especially China and Japan. Oriental a word for someone from the eastern part of the world, especially China or Japan, now considered offensive occidental
oriental
Oriental means coming from or associated with eastern Asia, especially China and Japan. There were Oriental carpets on the floors. oriental food. = eastern
orientate
{f} orient or be oriented; place in a particular position; become familiar with (especially a new place or location); guide, lead; turn to a place in the east
orientate
To move or turn toward the east; to veer from the north or south toward the east
orientate
To arrange in order; to dispose or place (a body) so as to show its relation to other bodies, or the relation of its parts among themselves
orientate
To place or turn toward the east; to cause to assume an easterly direction, or to veer eastward
orientate
see orient.   disorientate
orientate
To determine ones position relative to the surroundings; to orient
orientate
determine one's position with reference to another point
orientate
To turn to face the east
oriented
If someone is oriented towards or oriented to a particular thing or person, they are mainly concerned with that thing or person. It seems almost inevitable that North African economies will still be primarily oriented towards Europe Most students here are oriented to computers. giving a lot of time, effort, or attention to one particular thing
oriented
adjusted or located in relation to surroundings or circumstances; sometimes used in combination; "the house had its large windows oriented toward the ocean view"; "helping freshmen become oriented to college life"; "the book is value-oriented throughout
oriented
past of orient
oriented
{s} directed, guided; positioned; familiarized
orienting
positioning with respect to a reference system or determining your bearings physically or intellectually; "noticed the bee's momentary orienting pause before heading back to the hive"; "an orienting program for new employees
orienting
present participle of orient
orients
third-person singular of orient
re-orient to
redirect to -
re-orient toward
redirect toward -
orient