figurative

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} mecazi

Bu abartmasız ve mecazi olarak harikulade. - This is literally and figuratively out of this world.

Mecazi anlam artık kullanımda değildir. - The figurative meaning is no longer in current use.

figürsel
değişmeceli
timsali
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) betisel
{s} mecazlı
{s} simgesel
{s} sembolik
figuratively mecazi olarak
remzi
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) figüratif

Hangisini tercih edersiniz, soyut mu yoksa figüratif resim mi? - What do you prefer, abstract or figurative painting?

{s} süslü
{s} betimsel
figurative meaning
mecazi anlam
figurative expression
mecazi anlatım
figurative speech
(Edebiyat) Mecâzi anlatım
figurative expression
mecaz

Bu mecazi bir ifadedir. - This is a figurative expression.

figuratively
mecazi olarak

Bu abartmasız ve mecazi olarak harikulade. - This is literally and figuratively out of this world.

Berbat safra kesesi ameliyatından sonra, hasta hem mecazi olarak hem de kelimenin tam anlamıyla, safra ile doluydu. - After the botched gallbladder surgery, the patient was filled with bile, both figuratively and literally.

incentive (figurative)
incentive (mecazi)
figuratively
mecazi bir şekilde
figuratively
(zarf) mecazi olarak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Metaphorically so called
Emblematic
Metaphorical or tropical, as opposed to literal; using figures; as of the use of "cats and dogs" in the phrase "It's raining cats and dogs"
With many figures of speech
{a} typical, metaphorical, allusive
Representing by a figure, or by resemblance; typical; representative
Figurative art is a style of art in which people and things are shown in a realistic way. His career spanned some 50 years and encompassed both abstract and figurative painting. abstract
Used in a sense that is tropical, as a metaphor; not literal; applied to words and expressions
also called representational art, portrays things as perceived in the real world
Describes artwork representing the form of a human, an animal or a thing
Relating to the representation of form or figure by drawing, carving, etc
In artwork, representing forms such as humans or animals rather than ideas or patterns
See Figure, n
Abounding in figures of speech; flowery; florid; as, a highly figurative description
usually applied to language that uses figures of speech Figurative language heightens meaning by implicitly or explicitly representing something in terms of some other thing, the assumption being that the "other thing" will be more familiar to the reader
{s} metaphorical; allegorical; illustrative; richly imaginative; symbolic; emblematic
If you use a word or expression in a figurative sense, you use it with a more abstract or imaginative meaning than its ordinary literal one. an event that will change your route -- in both the literal and figurative sense. literal + figuratively fig·ura·tive·ly Europe, with Germany literally and figuratively at its centre, is still at the start of a remarkable transformation
Figurative language tries to explain the unfamiliar using the familiar For example, saying there is a hole in the ozone layer is figurative since a good percent of original ozone still remains The speaker or writer assumes that the audience is less likely to understand the significance or magnitude of a decrease in parts per million ozone and so uses hole as a figure of speech Metaphors and similes (the evening is spread out against the sky like a patient etherized upon a table) are figurative Allegories are elaborately figurative
(used of the meanings of words or text) not literal; using figures of speech; "figurative language
Not literal
Pertaining to representation of form or figure in art
(used of the meanings of words or text) not literal; using figures of speech; "figurative language"
Metaphorical, as opposed to literal, a form of speech in which figures of speech are applied and there is an intention for the reader to understand a deeper meaning than the face-value of the words. Also known as "reading between the lines
consisting of or forming human or animal figures; "a figural design"; "the figurative art of the humanistic tradition"- Herbert Read
art that represents a human, animal or object's form by means of a symbol or figure
Word images that cannot be interpreted literally; types of figurative language include similes ("cute as a button"), metaphors (he was a lion in battle"), idioms ("start from scratch"), personification ("the puppy was indignant"), and hyperbole ("I'm so hungry I could eat a horse")
figurative speech
Figurative speech refers to the use of non-literal wording or verbiage to communicate a point
figuratively
Used to indicate that what follows is to be taken as a figure of speech, not literally
figuratively
{a} of, by or in, a figure, by allusion
figuratively
in a figurative sense; "figuratively speaking, "
figuratively
in a figurative sense; "figuratively speaking
figuratively
in a figurative manner; metaphorically, symbolically
figuratively
In a figurative manner
in a figurative sense
metaphorically; in a metaphorical sense; descriptively
figurative
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