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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} dinsel

O başkalarının dinsel inançlarına karşı hoşgörülüdür. - He is tolerant in religious belief of others.

Bir devlet okulunda dinsel eğitim yasaklandı. - Religious education is prohibited at a public school.


Ateizm dinî bir inanç değildir. - Atheism isn't a religious belief.

Daha sonra, diğer birçok ülkeden olanlar büyük ekonomik imkanlarla ilgili raporlar ve dini ve politik özgürlük tarafından cezbedildikleri için Amerika Birleşik Devletlerine akın ettiler. - Later, those from many other countries flocked to the United States because they were attracted by reports of great economic opportunities and religious and political freedom.

{s} dindar

Çok dindarsın, değil mi? - You're very religious, aren't you?

Tom çok dindar gibi gözükmüyor. - Tom doesn't appear to be very religious.

{s} inançlı

Tom inançlı değildir. - Tom is not religious.

{s} derin

Leyla'nın derin dinsel inançları vardı. - Layla had deep religious convictions.

{s} din

Yeni yasa dini azınlıkları oy verme haklarından mahrum edecek. - The new law will deprive religious minorities of their right to vote.

Ateizm dinî bir inanç değildir. - Atheism isn't a religious belief.

{s} sofu
din adam

Din adamı saatlerce diz çökmüş olarak kaldı. - The religious man remained kneeling for hours.

Tom bir din adamı değildi. - Tom wasn't a religious man.

{s} çok dikkatli
{s} diyanet
mezhebe ait
dini vazife imiş gibi
{s} tarikata ait
dini bütün
dine dayalı
religious festival
dini festival
religious school
dini okul
religious ceremony
religious community
religious duty
religious faith
religious law
religious service
din temelli
religious holiday
dini tatil
religious law
dini hukuk
religious leader
dini lider
religious liberty
din hürriyeti
religious marriage
imam nikâhı
religious movement
dini hareket
religious music
dini müzik

O, dini müzik dinler. - She listens to religious music.

religious mystic
religious offering
religious order

Tom bir tarikata üyeydi. - Tom belonged to a religious order.

religious orientation
dini yönelim
religious person
dindar kişi
religious residence
dini ikametgah
religious rite
dini ayin
religious song
dini müzik
religious text
dini metin
religious writing
dini yazı
religious house
Religious Affairs Directorate
Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı
religious affairs
Diyanet işleri
religious and morals
din kültürü dersi
religious conversion
dinsel dönüşüm
religious culture
Din kültürü
religious doctrine
dinsel doktrin
religious education
dinsel eğitim
religious education
din eğitimi
religious faith
dini inanç
religious faiths
dini inançlar
religious group
dini grup
religious knowledge
din bilgisi
religious man
din adamı
religious practice
religious right
dini doğru
religious studies
dini çalışmalar
religious tolerance
dini hoşgörü
religious trance
dini trance
religious views
dini görüşler
religious aspects
dini yönler
religious aspects democracy
dini açıdan demokrasi
religious aspects earthquakes
dini açıdan depremler
religious aspects nationalism
dini açıdan milliyetçilik
religious belief
dini inanış
religious broadcasting
(Basın) dini yayın
religious court
(Kanun) şeriye mahkemesi
religious delusions
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dini kuruntular
religious drama
dini drama
religious educators
din eğitmenleri
religious fanatic
din fanatiği
religious fanatic
kökten dinci
religious instinct
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) din içgüdüsü
religious law and legislation
dini hukuk ve mevzuat
religious mysteries
dinsel ayinler
religious opinion
dini görüş
religious pressure
(Politika, Siyaset) dinsel baskılar
religious pressure
din baskısı
religious psychology
dini psikoloji
religious silence
derin sessizlik
religious value
dinsel değer
dini olarak
conduct a religious ceremony
ayin yapmak
perform a religious ceremony
ayin yapmak
Department of Religious Affairs
Diyanet işleri Başkanlığı
change religious beliefs
dini inançları değiştir
düzenli bir şekilde
General Directorate of Religious Education
(Eğitim) din öğretimi genel müdürlüğü
devout; pious; very religious
dindar, dindar, dini çok
Çok dinli
non religious
olmayan dini
din dışı
be religious
dindar olmak
moslem religious law
quasi religious
yarı dini
İngilizce - İngilizce
Highly dedicated, as one would be to a religion

I'm a religious fan of college basketball.

A member of a religious order

I am only one religious among the many religious of this church.

Concerning religion

It is the job of this court to rule on legal matters. We do not consider religious issues.

Committed to the practice of religion

I was much more religious as a teenager than I am now.

characterized by attachment to religion; see religion
A "religious" is a priest, brother or sister who is a professed member of a religious order They live according to the rule of their order In pastoral ministry, they are under the jurisdiction of the local bishop, as well as the superiors of their order
{i} devout people, pious people, people who are observant of religious laws and practices
Belonging to a religious order; bound by vows
concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church; "religious texts"; "a nenber if a religious order"; "lords temporal and spiritual"; "spiritual leaders"; "spiritual songs"
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having or showing belief in and reverence for a deity; "a religious man"; "religious attitude"
Someone who is religious has a strong belief in a god or gods. They are both very religious and felt it was a gift from God. see also religiously
The term is of course well known as referring to anything that has to do with religion In Catholic usage, it also refers to a person living according to a Rule (Latin: regula), that is a person belonging to a Catholic order See also secular priest It includes priests, lay brothers/monks and sisters/nuns
A technical term in the monastic world, meaning part of the monastic world
Scrupulously faithful or exact; strict
Of or pertaining to religion; concerned with religion; teaching, or setting forth, religion; set apart to religion; as, a religious society; a religious sect; a religious place; religious subjects, books, teachers, houses, wars
extremely scrupulous and conscientious; "religious in observing the rules of health"
extremely scrupulous and conscientious; "religious in observing the rules of health
a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience
a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience having or showing belief in and reverence for a deity; "a religious man"; "religious attitude"
{s} of or pertaining to religion; pious, devout, observant of religious laws and practices
A person bound by monastic vows, or sequestered from secular concern, and devoted to a life of piety and religion; a monk or friar; a nun
pertaining to the belief in and worship of a god or gods, a specific system of belief and worship involving a code of ethics, a value orientation emphasizing spiritual peace
Possessing, or conforming to, religion; pious; godly; as, a religious man, life, behavior, etc
You use religious to describe things that are connected with religion or with one particular religion. religious groups. different religious beliefs. + religiously re·li·gious·ly India has always been one of the most religiously diverse countries
religious leader
A religious leader is one who is recognised by a religious body as having some authority within that body
religious leader
The leader of a religious order
religious leader
In Catholicism, any of a number of individuals, including priests, Cardinals, Bishops, and the Supreme Pontiff
religious naturalism
A pluralistic paradigm that proposes a spiritual/intellectual approach to life devoid of supernatural assumptions
religious naturalist
A person who believes in religious naturalism
religious naturalists
plural form of religious naturalist
religious order
A lineage of communities and organizations of people who live in some way set apart from society in accordance with their specific religious devotion, usually characterized by the principles of its founder's religious practice
religious orders
plural form of religious order
religious pluralism
The peaceful coexistence of multiple religions in a community
religious service
A ritual performed in as part of a religous observation

We went to the funeral. The religious service was nice until the widow broke down in tears.

religious services
plural form of religious service
religious toleration
the condition of permitting people to worship according to the practices of any religion they choose
Attributive form of religious pluralism

religious-pluralism text.

religious festival
a festival having religious significance
Religious Affairs Minister
high-ranking appointed government official responsible for matters concerning religion
Religious Affairs Ministry
government agency which handles religious issues and manages holy sites
Religious National Front
conservative political group in Israel
Religious Right
(U.S. Politics) conservative political movement comprised of fundamentalist Christians (policies include the desire to outlaw abortion and opposition to sex education in schools)
Religious Science
Movement founded in the U.S. by Ernest Holmes (1887-1960). After publishing his major work, The Science of the Mind (1926), Holmes established the Institute of Religious Science and Philosophy (1927). In 1949 Religious Science was established as a denomination; it soon split into two groups. It teaches that the individual mind and the Universal Mind are one and that the universe is the material manifestation of the Universal Mind. Like New Thought, it teaches that evil stems from ignorance of humanity's true higher identity and that prayer can bring about healing not only of spiritual but of physical ailments
Religious Society of Friends
{i} Society of Friends, Quakers, Christian sect founded in England in 1652 by George Fox having no formal sacraments or priesthood and opposing violence (the basic belief of the Society of Friends is that divine revelation is instantaneous and individual)
religious Jewish institute
institution for Jewish biblical and religious studies
religious burial
funeral according to religious laws
religious ceremony
a ceremony having religious meaning
religious coercion
compulsion by religious forces, religious force
religious conversion
changing of one's religion
religious council
committee for religious affairs, council that makes decisions regarding religious issues
religious court
judicial tribunal from the recognized religious community in Israel
religious doctrine
the written body of teachings of a religious group that are generally accepted by that group
religious fanaticism
extreme religious zeal, religious fundamentalism
religious freedom
freedom to believe in any religion or no religion at all
religious front
group made up of unified religious political parties in Israel
religious holiday
a day specified for religious observance
religious law
religious regulations, rules dictated by a religion
religious leader
leader of a religious order
religious life style
way of life in which one strictly follows religious laws
religious movement
a movement intended to bring about religious reforms
religious music
genre of music composed for performance as part of religious ceremonies
religious order
a subdivision of a larger religious group
religious orientation
an attitude toward religion or religious practices
religious residence
residence that is a place of religious seclusion (such as a monastery)
religious right
United States political faction that advocates social and political conservativism, school prayer, and federal aid for religious groups and schools
religious ritual
religious ceremonies performed on specific occasions
religious school
private educational institution that emphasizes religious studies and ethics
religious school
a school run by a religious body
religious sect
religious group that is separate from organized religion
religious sector
area that includes the religiously observant population in Israel
religious society of friends
a Christian sect founded by George Fox about 1660; commonly called Quakers
religious song
religious music for singing
religious topics
religious subjects, matters of religion
religious trance
a trance induced by intense religious devotion; does not show reduced bodily functions that are typical of other trances
religious, racial and sexual discrimination
differentiating between people based on their gender religion or racial background
I'm not religious
Indicates that the speaker is a not a follower of religious doctrine
are you religious
A request for information about the listener's (or listeners') religious beliefs
In the manner of religion
{a} piously, devoutly, strictly
Jewish religious laws
laws which form the Jewish religion
Jewish religious literature
literature concerning the Jewish religion
Moslem religious shrines
sites held sacred to Moslems
National Religious Movement
official name of the National Religious Party since 1986
National Religious Party
Israeli religious political party uniting the Religious Zionist Worker's Union with the Mizrachi party, political party promoting religious values in the state of Israel
block of religious parties
{i} group of religious political parties
devoutly religious
very religious, devoted to one's religion
for religious reasons
because of one's religious convictions
have religious sentiment
be a religious beliefs
new religious movement
Any religion originating in recent centuries having characteristic traits including eclecticism and syncretism, a leader who claims extraordinary powers, and a "countercultural" aspect. Regarded as outside the mainstream of society, NRMs in the West are extremely diverse but include millennialist movements (e.g., the Jehovah's Witnesses), Westernized Hindu or Buddhist movements (e.g., the Hare Krishna movement), so-called "scientific" groups (e.g., Scientology), and nature religions (see Neo-Paganism). In the East they include China's 19th-century Taiping movement (see Taiping rebellion) and present-day Falun Gong movement, Japan's Tenrikyo and PL Kyodan, and Korea's Ch'ondogyo and Unification Church. Some NRMs fade away or meet tragic ends; others, such as the Mormon church, eventually become accepted as mainstream
resembling something that is religious
rabbinical religious authority
group that makes rulings according to Jewish religious law
In a religious manner
by religion; "religiously inspired art
by religion; "religiously inspired art"
1. If you do something religiously, you do it very regularly because you feel you have to. Do these exercises religiously every day. see also religious
with extreme conscientiousness; "he came religiously every morning at 8 o'clock"
in a religious manner, devoutly, piously
The quality of being religious
{i} state of being religious, piousness, devoutness
The quality of being religious; religiosity
piety by virtue of being devout
national and religious at once, simultaneously operated by the government and by religious institutions
state-religious education
school system operated by the government and religious institutions
state-religious school
school system operated by the government and religious institutions
the religious establishment
system of official institutions accepted by the religious community
united religious front
inclusive term for all right wing religious political parties as a whole
without religious racial and sexual discrimination
without any religious or racial or sexual discrimination, not biased or prejudiced against anyone
Türkçe - İngilizce

religious teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

huzur dersi religious discourse held
in the sultan's presence during Ramazan
kaba sofu religious bigot
in the extreme