ghostly

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hayalet gibi
{s} ruhani
{s} manevi
dini/hayalet gibi
ghost
hayalet

Hayaletlere inanıyor musunuz? - Do you believe in ghosts?

Tom hayaletlere inanmıyor. - Tom doesn't believe in ghosts.

ghost
{i} ruh

Mary bir hayalet ya da ruhu sırtına dokunmuş gibi hissetti. - Mary felt as if a ghost or spirit had touched her back.

ghost
hortlak

Benim yatağım büyük ve hortlaklar gelir ve gün boyunca onun üzerinde uyur. - My bed is large, and ghosts come and sleep on it during the day.

Bugünlerde hiç kimse hortlaklara inanmıyor. - Nowadays nobody believes in ghosts.

ghost
yankı imgesi
ghost
(Biyokimya) alyuvar zarı
ghostliness
tinsellik
ghostliness
maneviyat
ghost
ghost town ahalisi olmayan metruk kasaba
ghost
ghost writer bir diğerinin hesabına ve onun ismi altında makale veya kitap yazan kimse
ghost
eser
ghost
başkasının adına yazmak
ghost
niteliksiz yazılar yazmak
ghost
iz
ghost
çıkıverme
ghost
peşinde koşmak
ghost
give up the ghost ölmek
ghost
ruh teslim etmek
ghost
heyulâ
ghostliness
dinsellik/ruhsallık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Of or pertaining to ghosts or spirituality
Spooky; frightening
{a} of or relating to the soul, spiritual
like or being a phantom; "a ghostly face at the window"; "a phantasmal presence in the room"; "spectral emanations"; "spiritual tappings at a seance"
A ghostly presence is the ghost or spirit of a dead person. the ghostly presences which haunt these islands. slightly frightening and seeming to be related to ghosts or spirits
{s} ghostlike, resembling a ghost, spectral
Relating to the soul; not carnal or secular; spiritual; as, a ghostly confessor
Of or pertaining to apparitions
Something that is ghostly seems unreal or unnatural and may be frightening because of this. The moon shone, shedding a ghostly light on the fields. Sonia's ghostly laughter
Spiritually; mystically
ghost
A nature spirit, ancestor or house spirit (see brownie ) revered in Heathenry

Before all else, we speak to the land to the ghosts and spirits of this place known to many as pixies, fairies, brownies, or elfs. (Math Jones).

ghost
To haunt
ghost
to copy a file or hard drive image
ghost
A ghostwriter
ghost
An unwanted image similar to and overlapping or adjacent to the main one on a television screen, caused by the transmitted image being received both directly and via reflection
ghost
To ghostwrite
ghost
The spirit; the soul of man

Then gives her grieved ghost thus to lament. — Spenser.

ghost
an image of a file or hard disk
ghost
An unresponsive user on IRC, resulting from the user's client disconnecting without notifying the server
ghost
Any faint shadowy semblance; an unsubstantial image; a phantom; a glimmering

Each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor. — Poe.

ghostly.
ghosty

Regarding Glamis, I should imagine it a ghosty sort of place.

ghost
apparition
ghost
{v} to haunt, die, give up the ghost
ghost
{n} the soul of a person deceased, soul, spirit
Ghost
Also known as poltergeists, ghosts are disembodied spirits
Ghost
{i} Academy Award-winning film starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze (released in 1990)
ghost
a spirit of a dead person that wanders around on the Earth because they didn't know where to go or what to do after they died - ghosts are negative because they've lost their knowledge; don't trust them, even if they seem friendly, lonely or funny
ghost
a suggestion of some quality; "there was a touch of sarcasm in his tone"; "he detected a ghost of a smile on her face"
ghost
Used in a NickServ command to retrieve your nickname if it was left behind on the server due to a disconnection or heavy lag
ghost
the visible disembodied soul of a dead person
ghost
If someone does not stand or does not have a ghost of a chance of doing something, they have very little chance of succeeding in it. He doesn't stand a ghost of a chance of selling the house. to write something as a ghost writer. Soul or specter of a deceased person. Belief in ghosts has been common since ancient times and is reflected in folklore around the world. It is based on the notion that the spirit is separable from the body and can continue its existence after the death of the body. Ghosts are believed to inhabit the netherworld and to be capable of returning to the world of the living, appearing as living beings or in a nebulous likeness of the deceased. They are thought to be especially likely to haunt places or people connected with some strong emotion of their past life, such as fear, remorse, or the terror of a violent death. The traditional visual manifestations of haunting include ghostly apparitions, the movement of objects, or the appearance of strange lights; auditory signs include disembodied laughter and screams, knocking, or footsteps
ghost
Entalin "Ghosts" (or "Partials" as they are sometimes called) are Attistars that have been created with an edited personality and partial memories of an ancient Entalin Ghosts are rather dangerous as they operate independently of the Attistar Main and usually have their own agendas Most Entalis were a little leary about creating Ghosts, so there aren't a huge number of them around Typically, Entalins who did create Ghosts absorbed their memories back into their own minds and disolved the Ghost after it had performed the function it was created for
ghost
  A secondary image or signal resulting from echo, envelope delay distortion, or multipath reception
ghost
"The outward and visible sign of an inward fear " [DD]
ghost
Soul or spectre of a dead person, usually believed to inhabit the netherworld and to be capable of returning in some form to the world of the living
ghost
gurrnki
ghost
a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else
ghost
An AB coating on translucent matte beads
ghost
haint
ghost
A shadowy or weak image in the received picture offset either to the left or right of the primary image, the result of transmission conditions which create secondary signals that are received earlier or later than the main or primary signal A ghost displaced to the left of the primary image is designated as "leading" and one displaced to the right is designated as "following" (lagging) When the tonal variations of the ghost are the same as the primary image, it is designated as "positive" and when it is in reverse, it is designated as "negative"
ghost
If a book or other piece of writing is ghosted, it is written by a writer for another person, for example a politician or sportsman, who then publishes it as his or her own work. I published his autobiography, which was very competently ghosted by a woman journalist from the Daily Mail I ghosted his weekly rugby column for the Telegraph. = ghost-write
ghost
a mental representation of some haunting experience; "he looked like he had seen a ghost"; "it aroused specters from his past" the visible disembodied soul of a dead person write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?" move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard
ghost
A way of installing software into the laptop
ghost
fantom, zonbi
ghost
haunt like a ghost; pursue; "Fear of illness haunts her"
ghost
a mental representation of some haunting experience; "he looked like he had seen a ghost"; "it aroused specters from his past"
ghost
Tannish corn snakes that are both hypomelanistic and anerythristic
ghost
The electronic function of overlaying two continuous-tone images so that both images can be seen in the resulting processing file The strength of each image can be varied, so that one appears visually dominant
ghost
When an image is screened back or shaded down in intensity, it is called a ghosted image Both full-color and black and white images can be ghosted
ghost
an old Saxon word equivalent to soul or spirit It is the translation of the Hebrew nephesh_ and the Greek _pneuma, both meaning "breath," "life," "spirit," the "living principle" (Job 11: 20; Jer 15: 9; Matt 27: 50; John 19: 30) The expression "to give up the ghost" means to die (Lam 1: 19; Gen 25: 17; 35: 29; 49: 33; Job 3: 11) (See HOLY GHOST )
ghost
A false image formed in a telescope, camera, or other optical device by reflection from the surfaces of one or more lenses
ghost
To die; to expire
ghost
If there is a ghost of something, that thing is so faint or weak that it hardly exists. He gave the ghost of a smile The sun was warm and there was just a ghost of a breeze from the north-west
ghost
An identity that does not relate to a real person It is not unknown for staff with the necessary IT skills to create a fictitious user with a password that allows that user to access the system with impunity, knowing that an audit trail will lead nowhere Ghosts may also appear on the payroll, courtesy of a user who has the power to create new files in the personnel and payroll systems The creation of user profiles and the granting of logical access rights is a high security function and must be strictly monitored, preferably with dual controls for creation and authorization
ghost
an apparition that appears to be the spirit of a deceased human being
ghost
{f} haunt; move like a ghost; sail along smoothly; ghostwrite (a book, speech, etc.)
ghost
write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
ghost
To appear to or haunt in the form of an apparition
ghost
on WorldsAway Dreamscape, "ghosting" means to be present in a room without being seen by other participants See also "unghost"
ghost
The disembodied soul; the soul or spirit of a deceased person; a spirit appearing after death; an apparition; a specter
ghost
A false image formed in a telescope by reflection from the surfaces of one or more lenses
ghost
The part of the human body containing human identity This term was created to avoid confusion about the definition of a man and the soul in the cybernetic age
ghost
Any faint shadowy semblance; an unsubstantial image; a phantom; a glimmering; as, not a ghost of a chance; the ghost of an idea
ghost
{i} spirit; phantom; shadow; hint, trace; ghost writer (Slang)
ghost
A prime who visits the planes via astral spell Since it involves little physical risk on the prime's part, it's often considered cowardly and even distasteful by planars (the prime hasn't even deigned to come to the planes with his actual body) The term "cord babies" is also used, though less frequently
ghost
The ghost of something, especially of something bad that has happened, is the memory of it. the ghost of anti-Americanism
ghost
move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard"
ghost
move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard
ghost
A ghost is a spirit of a dead person that returns to haunt a person or place Ghosts are often thought to be trying to communicate a message to the living
ghost
the visible disembodied soul of a dead person write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
ghost
A ghost is the spirit of a dead person that someone believes they can see or feel. the ghost of Marie Antoinette The village is haunted by the ghosts of the dead children
ghostliness
{i} state of being a ghost; resemblance to a ghost; state of being haunted by ghosts
ghostliness
The quality of being ghostly
ghostly
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