aphorism

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
atasözü
vecize
özdeyiş
özlü söz
aphoristic darbımesel kabilinden
darbımesel
hikmet
aforizma
özyazı
proverb
{i} atasözü

Tom konuşmasını bir atasözü ile bitirdi. - Tom concluded his speech with a proverb.

O birçok atasözü bilir. - She knows many proverbs.

aphoristic
vecize kabilinden
aphoristic
darbımesel niteliğinde
aphorist
vecize eden kimse
aphorist
özdeyişte bulunan kimse
aphoristic
(Dilbilim) ilk ünlü düşmesi
aphoristic
özlü söze benzer
aphoristic
darbımesel kabilinden
aphoristically
vecize kabilinden
proverb
darbımesel
proverb
(Dilbilim) öneylem
proverb
(isim) atasözü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An original laconic phrase conveying some principle or concept of thought
proverb
{n} a maxim, precpt, general rule
a short pithy instructive saying
A terse statement of known authorship which expresses a general truth or moral principle (If the authorship is unknown, the statement is generally considered to be a folk (Atasözü) ) An aphorism can be a memorable summation of the author's point It's often equated as a synonym with "adage" or "saying" or "(Atasözü)" Ben Franklin wrote many of these in Poor Richard's Almanac such as " God helps them that help themselves" (Other examples: "A watched pot never boils " or " Nothing comes to those who wait "
A brief, pithy saying that challenges or overturns conventional wisdom Jesus was believed to have favored aphorisms in speech
   a short memorable saying Many of the (Atasözü)s are aphorisms, and so are many of Jesus' statements Aphorisms are easy to remember
A brief statement containing an important truth or fundamental principle (Compare Allegory, Apologue, Didactic Poetry, Epigram, Fable, Gnome, Proverb)
one writer's citation of another, known author's truism or pithy remark
A comprehensive maxim or principle expressed in a few words; a sharply defined sentence relating to abstract truth rather than to practical matters
{i} concise saying which expresses a general truth
An aphorism is a short witty sentence which expresses a general truth or comment. = witticism. a short phrase that contains a wise idea (aphorisme, from , from aphorismos , from aphorizein ). Terse formulation of any generally accepted truth or sentiment conveyed in a pithy, memorable statement. The term was first used in the Aphorisms of Hippocrates, a long series of propositions concerning disease and the art of healing. Aphorisms were used especially in dealing with subjects for which principles and methodology developed relatively late, including art, agriculture, medicine, jurisprudence, and politics, but in the modern era they have usually been vehicles of wit and pithy wisdom. Celebrated modern aphorists include Friedrich Nietzsche and Oscar Wilde
A short phrase conveying some principle or concept of thought
aphorist
A person who writes or recites aphorisms
aphoristic
of, relating to, or containing aphorisms, maxims or epigrams; gnomic
aphoristically
in an aphoristic manner
aphoristic
{a} in the form of aphorisms
Aphorist
someone who formulates aphorisms or who repeats aphorisms
Aphoristic
containing aphorisms or maxims; "axiomatic wisdom"
Aphoristic
terse and witty and like a maxim; "much given to apothegmatic instruction"
aphorisms
plural of aphorism
aphorist
A writer or utterer of aphorisms
aphorist
{i} person who makes aphorisms; person who uses aphorisms
aphoristic
terse and witty and like a maxim; "much given to apothegmatic instruction
aphoristic
{s} of aphorisms, of maxims
aphoristic
In the form of, or of the nature of, an aphorism; in the form of short, unconnected sentences; as, an aphoristic style
aphoristic
gnomish
aphoristically
using or regarding aphorisms
aphoristically
In the form or manner of aphorisms; pithily
aphoristically
{s} with an aphorism, with a maxim
aphorism

    Расстановка переносов

    aph·o·rism

    Турецкое произношение

    äfırîzım

    Произношение

    /ˈafərˌəzəm/ /ˈæfɜrˌɪzəm/

    Этимология

    [ 'a-f&-"ri-z&m ] (noun.) 1528. From Middle French aphorisme Late Latin aphorismus Ancient Greek ἀφορισμός (aphorismos, “pithy phrase containing a general truth”) ἀφορίζω (aphorizō, “I define, mark off or determine”) ἀπό (“off”) + ὁρίζω (“I divide, bound”) ὅρος (horos, “boundary”).

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