eclectic

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} seçme
{s} derleme
felsefe ve sanatta belirli bir inancı olmayıp çeşitli fikirler ve üsluplar içinden kendine uygun gelenleri seçen kimse
çeşitli sistem ve kaynaklardan derlenmiş
(Tıp) Çeşitli kaynaklardan seçilen veya toplanan
(Dilbilim) seçmeli
derleyen
seçen
çeşitli kaynaklardan derlenmiş
seçme şeylerden ibaret
değişik sistem ve fikirler
(Tıp) Eklektisizm'le ilgili
eklektik

Tom'un eklektik bir müzik zevki var. - Tom has an eclectic taste in music.

{s} (Felsefe) seçmeci, seçmeciliğe ait. i., (Felsefe) seçmeci
seçmeci
eclectic method
birçok farklı yaklaşımdan alınan öğeleri birleştiren öğretim metodu
eclectically
seçerek
eclectically
eklektik olarak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Someone who selects according to the eclectic method
Selecting a mixture of what appear to be best of various doctrines, methods or styles

Chunder Sen and the Progressive Brahmists broke entirely with Hinduism...and he selected from the scriptures of all creeds what seemed best in them for instruction and for worship. It is an eclectic religion: it seeks to select what is good from all religions, and it has become the latest evidence that no eclectic religion can ever influence large numbers of men.

Unrelated and unspecialized; heterogeneous

Colvin said Obama has an eclectic taste in music, listening to everything from Indonesian flute music to OutKast to Motown.

{s} selecting from various sources; composed of selections from various sources, heterogeneous, diverse
{a} selecting, picking, choosing at will
Style of KOHLER product with universal appeal that suits individual tastes Styles that adapt to diverse decors to add unique, imaginative designs
Building which has features from a number of sources, rather than remaining true to a single style
A person (or the practice of a person) who combines attributes from various traditions to create a unique spiritual blend of Wicca, paganism, or witchcraft that suits them best
A collection of religious beliefs, gathered from various resources, styled to fit an individuals needs or ideas for a more personalized spiritual experience
Describing a notation or method which borrows indiscriminately from many other approaches, apparently with the intention of satisfying all user preferences, but in fact providing a mixed-bag of elements that are used out of context and do not sit well together
selecting from various systems, doctrines, or sources; composed of material gathered from various sources, systems, etc
An eclectic collection of objects, ideas, or beliefs is wide-ranging and comes from many different sources. an eclectic collection of paintings, drawings, and prints. = diverse. including a mixture of many different things or people, especially so that you can use the best of all of them (eklektikos, from eklegein ). someone who chooses the best or most useful parts from many different ideas, methods etc
Selecting; choosing what is true or excellent in doctrines, opinions, etc
selective, not following any one school of thought
Consisting, or made up, of what is chosen or selected; as, an eclectic method; an eclectic magazine
A combination of a variety of stylistic influences
Unrelated and unspecialized. Crossing a range or mixture of specialties
selecting from various systems, doctrines, or sources; composed of material gathered from various sources, systems, etc Eclectic Witches - Witches who, rather than following a specific Tradition, use rituals and practices gathered from various sources
to choose from various sources; not following any one system, but selecting from and using the best components of several styles
someone who selects according to the eclectic method selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas
Using selected parts of many systems, as opposed to using only one system
Relating to eclecticism (see Eclecticism) Eclecticism Nineteenth-century artistic movement which brought together different aspects and elements from various cultures Ecomusée A museum comprising a particular area in which relevant historical-cultural objects are preserved and protected (see Open-air museum) Elevator A structure used to transfer material from the ground to the upper floors by means of conveyor belts provided with buckets (see Bucket belt)
selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas
A decorating style harmoniously combining furniture and accessories of various styles and periods
corny
from various sources or systems; as, an eclectic philosopher
Selecting a mixture of what appear to be best of various doctrines, methods, or styles
One who follows an eclectic method
eclectic method
method which combines elements from a number of approaches
eclectically
{a} by way of election
eclectics
{n} philosophers who selected their system from various others
eclectically
In an eclectic manner; by an eclectic method
eclectically
in an eclectic manner
eclectically
in an eclectic manner, comprehensively, diversely
eclectics
plural of eclectic
mcguffey eclectic readers
readers that combined lessons in reading with moralistic messages
eclectic
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