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contrast
{f} karşılaştırmak
contrast
zıtlık

İki fikir arasındaki zıtlık çok belirgin. - The contrast between the two ideas is very marked.

Latin Amerika romanları zıtlıklarıyla nitelenir. - Latin American novels are characterized by their contrast.

contrast
{i} tezat

Şehir hayatı ve kırsal hayat arasında büyük bir tezat var. - There is a great contrast between city life and country life.

Çevresi ile keskin bir tezat oluşturuyor. - It contrasts sharply with its surroundings.

contrast
karşıtlık
contrast
{i} kontrast
contrast
{f} (aradaki farkı göstermek üzere) karşılaştırmak, mukayese etmek, kıyas etmek
contrast
karşılaştırma
contrast
zıt

Latin Amerika romanları zıtlıklarıyla nitelenir. - Latin American novels are characterized by their contrast.

İki fikir arasındaki zıtlık çok belirgin. - The contrast between the two ideas is very marked.

contrast
zıt şey
contrast
tefrik
contrast
(Dilbilim,İnşaat) aykırılık
contrast
tersi
contrast
kıyas etmek
contrast
(Tıp) Zıtlık, iki şey arasındaki fark veya ayrılık
contrast
karşıt
contrast
fark
contrast
çelişmek
contrast
tezat oluşturmak
contrast
mukayese etmek
contrast
{i} çelişki
contrast
(farkı görmek için) karşılaştırmak
contrast
farklılık
contrast
karsilastir(mak)
contrast
{f} (with) (ile) çelişmek, (-e) ters düşmek
contrast
antitez
contrast
çeliş/karşılaştır
contrast
kontrastı olmak
contrast
karşılaşt

ABD'nin zenginliği genellikle gelişmemiş ülkelerin fakirliği ile karşılaştırılır. - The affluence of the United States is often contrasted with the poverty of undeveloped countries.

contrast
kontrast karşıtlık
contrast
karşıt,v.karşılaştır: n.tersi
contrast
birbirinin zıddı olmak
contrast
aradaki farkı göstermek üzere karşılaştırmak
contrast
mukayese
contrast
Kontras
contrast
tezat/mukayese
contrast
netlik
contrast
{i} foto. kontrast
contrast
tezat göstermek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{a} set in opposition, compared
past of contrast
contrast
To form a contrast

Foreground and background strongly contrast.

contrast
{n} an opposition in things of a like kind
contrast
A difference in lightness, brightness and/or hue between two colours that makes them more or less distinguishable
contrast
the act of distinguishing by comparing differences the range of optical density and tone on a photographic negative or print (or the extent to which adjacent areas on a television screen differ in brightness) the perceptual effect of the juxtaposition of very different colors the opposition or dissimilarity of things that are compared; "in contrast to", "by contrast"
contrast
The difference between the light and dark parts of a scene or photograph
contrast
The difference in reflectance between the black and white (or bar and space) areas of a symbol
contrast
Opposition or dissimilitude of things or qualities; unlikeness, esp
contrast
The act of contrasting, or the state of being contrasted; comparison by contrariety of qualities
contrast
the range of optical density and tone on a photographic negative or print (or the extent to which adjacent areas on a television screen differ in brightness)
contrast
Deliberately single out and emphasise the differences and dissimilarities between two or more things
contrast
A subjective feeling that graphic elements (such as fonts) are different but work together well This gives a feeling of variety without losing harmony Within a particular font, contrast also refers to the variety of stroke thicknesses that make up the characters Helvetica has low contrast and Bodoni has high contrast
contrast
The amount of difference between the lightest and the darkest areas in a photo or artwork
contrast
to show differences when compared; be different; "the students contrast considerably in their artistic abilities
contrast
To set in opposition, or over against, in order to show the differences between, or the comparative excellences and defects of; to compare by difference or contrariety of qualities; as, to contrast the present with the past
contrast
put in opposition to show or emphasize differences; "The middle school teacher contrasted her best student's work with that of her weakest student"
contrast
(synonym: conflict, opposition, tension) occurs when there is a visual difference between things or qualities being compared; degrees of dynamic imbalance between elements of a composition which draw the eye and demand resolution (dominance) to establish unity and overall balance in the design as a whole
contrast
If one thing contrasts with another, it is very different from it. Johnson's easy charm contrasted sharply with the prickliness of his boss Paint the wall in a contrasting colour
contrast
which by such juxtaposition more vividly express each other's peculiarities
contrast
The spread between the lightest and darkest areas of an image
contrast
To stand in opposition; to exhibit difference, unlikeness, or opposition of qualities
contrast
The tonal gradation between the highlights, midtones, and shadows in an image
contrast
The difference in brightness between the lightest and darkest parts of a photographic subject, negative, print or slide Contrast is affected by the subject brightness, lighting, film type, degree of development, the grade and surface of the printing paper, and the type of enlarger used
contrast
The difference between highlights and shadows in a photographic image The larger the difference in density the greater the contrast
contrast
The opposition of varied forms, colors, etc
contrast
{f} compare; be different in comparison with something else
contrast
as shown by juxtaposition or comparison
contrast
the perceptual effect of the juxtaposition of very different colors
contrast
The difference between light and dark in an image More contrast equals more difference between light and dark component
contrast
(1) The general term for describing the tone separation in a print in relation to a given difference in the light-and shade of the negative or subject from which it was made Thus, contrast is the general term for the property called "gamma" (Y), which is measured by making an H & D Curve for the proces under study (2) The range of tones in a photographic negative or positive expressed as the ratio of the extreme opacities or transparencies or as the difference between the extreme densities This range is more properly described as "scale" or "latitude" (3) The ability of a photographic material, developer, or process as a whole to differentiate among small graduations in the tones of the subject
contrast
To give greater effect to, as to a figure or other object, by putting it in some relation of opposition to another figure or object
contrast
a conceptual separation or demarcation; "there is a narrow line between sanity and insanity"
contrast
Relative difference in light coming from a target compared to the surrounding background, usually the horizon sky Any difference in the optical quality of two adjacent images
contrast
The degree of tones in an image ranging from highlight to shadow
contrast
The degree of difference in the thickness of strokes in a font, especially on a curved stroke Sans serif fonts typically have little or no contrast, serif and cursive fonts usually have higher contrast See also axis and transition
contrast
the act of distinguishing by comparing differences
contrast
The degree of difference between a subject's tones, which is a function of its inherent shades and colors and also the quality of light
contrast
The difference in light output between the areas of a display that are illuminated and non-illuminated
contrast
If one thing is a contrast to another, it is very different from it. The boy's room is a complete contrast to the guest room. a country of great contrasts
contrast
If one thing is in contrast to another, it is very different from it. His public statements have always been in marked contrast to those of his son
contrast
The degree of this difference
contrast
The difference between the brightest and darkest parts of the picture
contrast
To set in opposition in order to show the difference or differences between
contrast
In lighting, contrast is defined as the difference between the foreground luminance and the background luminance, divided by the background luminance Contrast is what the human eye relies on to see object detail, and is the most important quantity to reproduce faithfully in any rendering algorithm
contrast
A control on a television, etc, that adjusts the amount of contrast in the images being displayed
contrast
the difference in brightness between the lightest and darkest tones in an image When "poor contrast" is referenced, the difference between the lighest and darkest tones between two images (ie , a background color and a font color that sits on top of the background color) is poor, thereby making the text hard to read when viewed on-screen
contrast
The difference in signal intensity of two tissues in an image [Chapter 8]
contrast
A comparison between the lightest and darkest part of an image Low contrast indicates a very gray image, while high contrast represents highly defined differences between light and dark
contrast
{i} act of contrasting; state of unlikeness; opposition, variance; sharpness, difference between dark and light pixels (Computers)
contrast
the degree of distinction between the darkest and lightest parts of an image
contrast
to show differences when compared; be different; "the students contrast considerably in their artistic abilities"
contrast
the difference between the highlights, midtones, and shadows of an image
contrast
You say by contrast or in contrast, or in contrast to something, to show that you are mentioning a very different situation from the one you have just mentioned. The private sector, by contrast, has plenty of money to spend In contrast, the lives of girls in well-to-do families were often very sheltered In contrast to similar services in France and Germany, Intercity rolling stock is very rarely idle
contrast
the opposition or dissimilarity of things that are compared; "in contrast to", "by contrast"
contrast
A contrast is a great difference between two or more things which is clear when you compare them. the contrast between town and country The two visitors provided a startling contrast in appearance Silk was used with wool for contrast
contrast
an obvious difference between two things (e g light and dark)
contrast
A difference between two objects, people or concepts
contrast
If you contrast one thing with another, you point out or consider the differences between those things. She contrasted the situation then with the present crisis In this section we contrast four possible broad approaches
contrast
Contrast is the degree of difference between the darker and lighter parts of a photograph, television picture, or painting
contrasted

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    kınträstıd

    Произношение

    /kənˈtrastəd/ /kənˈtræstəd/

    Этимология

    [ k&n-'trast, 'kän-" ] (verb.) 1695. French contraster, from Middle French, to oppose, resist, alteration of contrester, from Vulgar Latin contrastare, from Latin contra- + stare to stand; more at STAND.

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