primeval

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dünyanın en eski çağlarına özgü
en eski
{s} ilk çağa ait
eski zamanlara ait
{s} ilkel

Bu odada birkaç ilkel vazo duruyor. - Several primeval vases stand in this room.

Beni ilkel bir ormanda yalnız bırakarak kampa geri döndün. - You went back to the camp leaving me alone in the primeval forest.

{s} tarihöncesi çağlara ait
primeval world
ilkel dünya
İngilizce - İngilizce
Belonging to the first ages
Primary; original
Primitive
{a} such as was at first, original, prior
pri·meval in BRIT, also use primaeval1. You use primeval to describe things that belong to a very early period in the history of the world. the dense primeval forests that once covered inland Brittany. = primordial
You use primeval to describe feelings and emotions that are basic and not the result of thought. a primeval urge to hit out at that which causes him pain
{s} primordial, ancient, primitive; pertaining to the first age of the world
Belonging to the first ages; pristine; original; primitive; primary; as, the primeval innocence of man
having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state; "aboriginal forests"; "primal eras before the appearance of life on earth"; "the forest primeval"; "primordial matter"; "primordial forms of life"
Pristine
primevous
primordial
primeval forest
A forest unaffected by humans, typically containing large live trees, large dead trees, and large logs
primeval soup
The supposed liquid mixture of organic compounds which, under the influence of ultraviolet light, lightning etc., gave rise to the first self-replicating structures and, eventually, to life
primeval creatures
ancient creatures which has disappeared from the earth, early species which are extinct
primeval forest
jungle, ancient forest which has not been changed by man
primeval matter
raw material, first matter
primaeval
see primeval. a British spelling of primeval
primevally
in a primeval manner, primordially
primevally
In a primeval manner; in or from the earliest times; originally
primeval