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Bir belgesel izledim. - I watched a documentary.

Bir belgesel izliyorum. - I'm watching a documentary.


Bir belgesel izleyeceğim. - I will watch a documentary.

Bir belgesel izleyeceğim. - I'm going to watch a documentary.

{i} belgesel film
(Kanun) tahriri
(Ticaret) belgeye dayalı (hak)
(Ticaret) yazılı
{s} belgelere dayanan
(isim) belgesel film
documentary bill
(Ticaret) vesikalı poliçe
documentary collection
(Ticaret) vesikalı tahsil
documentary credit
(Ticaret) vesikalı kredi
documentary credit
(Ticaret) vesaik karşılığı ödeme
documentary film
dokümanter film
documentary draft
vesikalı poliçe
documentary evidence
yazılı delil
documentary film
belgesel film
documentary acceptance credit
vesikalı kabul kredisi
documentary commercial bill
vesikalı kambiyo senedi
documentary credit
itibar kredisi belgesiakreditif
documentary programme
Belgesel program
documentary acceptance
(Kanun) vesikalı itibar
documentary acceptance credit
(Ticaret) belgeli itibar kredisi
documentary acceptance credit
(Ticaret) vesikalı itibar kredisi
documentary bill
fatura ek belgesi
documentary check
(Ticaret) vesikalı çek
documentary check
(Kanun) belgeli çek
documentary data base
(Askeri) Dökümanter esas bilgi
documentary database
(Askeri) dokümanter esas bilgi
documentary evidence
belgelenmiş kanıt
documentary novel
belgesel roman
documentary photography
(Askeri) DÖKÜMAN FOTOĞRAFÇILIĞI: Belirli bir şeyi veya arazi tafsilatını göstermek için lüzumlu fotoğrafçılık
documentary records
(Çevre) belgesel kayıtlar
documentary reproduction
belge çoğaltımı
documentary research
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) belgesel araştırma
documentary standards
belgelendirme standartları
documentary taxes indemnity
(Ticaret) damga vergisi muafiyeti

Bazen belgesel izlerim. - I sometimes watch documentaries.

Sık sık belgesel izlerim. - I often watch documentaries.

issue of a documentary credit
akreditifin açılması
belgesel niteliğinde
belgesel olarak
belgesel şeklinde
negotiating documentary bill
(Ticaret) belgeli iştira senedi
negotiating documentary bill
(Ticaret) vesikalı iştira
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
presented objectively without the insertion of fictional matter
of, related to, or based on documents
which serves to document (record and: or illustrate) a subject
A film, TV program, publication etc. which presents a social, political, scientific or historical subject in a factual or informative manner
That serves to document something
{i} documentary film or television program, informational film or television program based on actual events
Customarily an interpretation of theoretical, factual, political, social or historical events or issues presented either objectively or with a specific point of view
a non-fiction film which usually, although not always, has a particular point of view regarding its subject matter; see also cinéma verité
a film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or event relating to or consisting of or derived from documents
relating to or consisting of or derived from documents
Factual footage arranged in such a way that it informs and expresses a point of view
collection In international collections and probably domestic collections as well, a collection that involves the delivery of a document to the payor at the time it honors the collection
Documentary evidence consists of things that are written down. We have documentary evidence that they were planning military action. documentaries a film or television or a radio programme that gives detailed information about a particular subject documentary on/about. Fact-based film that depicts actual events and persons. Documentaries can deal with scientific or educational topics, can be a form of journalism or social commentary, or can be a conduit for propaganda or personal expression. The term was first coined by Scottish-born filmmaker John Grierson to describe fact-based features such as Robert Flaherty's Nanook of the North (1922). Grierson's Drifters (1929) and Pare Lorentz's The Plow That Broke the Plains (1936) influenced documentary filmmaking in the 1930s. During the World War II era documentary filmmaking was a valuable propaganda tool used by all sides. Leni Riefenstahl contributed to the Nazi propaganda efforts in the 1930s; the U.S. made films such as Frank Capra's series Why We Fight (1942-45); and Britain released London Can Take It (1940). Cinéma vérité documentaries, which gained notoriety in the 1960s, emphasized a more informal and intimate relationship between camera and subject. Television became an important medium for documentary films with goals that were more journalistic (such as CBS's Harvest of Shame [1960]) and educational (such as Ken Burns's Civil War [1990])
A documentary is a television or radio programme, or a film, which shows real events or provides information about a particular subject. a TV documentary on homelessness
a factual and objective presentation
In audiovisual records: (1) A nonfiction motion picture film having a theme or viewpoint but drawing its material from actual events and using editing and sound to enhance the theme (2) Still photographs having a theme or viewpoint but showing actual situations realistically See also AUDIOVISUAL RECORDS
Pertaining to written evidence; contained or certified in writing
a non-fiction film which usually, although not always, has a particular point of view regarding its subject matter; John Grierson of the National Film Board is known as the father of the documentary film; see also cinéma verité
{s} pertaining to or consisting of documents; relating to or using documentation in literature or art; based on actual events or factual information
A film, TV program, book etc that presents a social, political, scientific or historical subject in a factual or informative manner
a film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or event
A story told using the actual people whose story is being told usually in their own surroundings [Top of Page] E
documentary credit
a commercial letter of credit providing for payment by a bank to the name beneficiary, usually the seller of merchandise, against delivery of documents specified in the credit
documentary bill
document that assures payment for goods at a predetermined time usually upon presentation of the documents
documentary credit
Synonymous with "letter of credit "
documentary credit
A commercial Letter of Credit providing for payment by a bank to the named beneficiary, who is usually the seller of merchandise, against delivery of such documents as may be specified in the credit
documentary credit
All the conditions of a Letter of Credit are met through the presentation of documents, hence, Documentary Credit
documentary credit
Written undertaking by a bank on behalf of an importer authorizing an exporter to draw drafts on the bank up to a specified amount under specific terms and conditions Some time know as commercial letter of credit
documentary credit
The basis of international trade by means of which payment is made against surrender of the specified documents
documentary credit
sometimes used as another name for a letter of credit
documentary credit
Credit payable against presentation of documents
documentary credit
bank loan received by opening an account for the purpose of importing goods
documentary film
a film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or event

Yesterday I saw a docu about a dingo that carried off this couple's baby while they were having a picnic.

A documentary
plural of documentary
in a documentary manner

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    /ˌdäkyo͞oˈmentərē/ /ˌdɑːkjuːˈmɛntɜriː/


    [ "dä-ky&-'men-t&-r ] (adjective.) 1802. From French adjective and (hence) noun documentaire, from document, from Latin documentum.


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