macabre

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korkunç

O, hayvan cesetlerini parçalayarak incelemek ve geceleri sokaklarda insanları gizlice takip etmek gibi korkunç aktivitelerle uğraşmaktan hoşlanır. - He enjoys engaging in macabre activities such as dissecting animal corpses and stalking people on the street at night.

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ghastly
sarı benizli
ghastly
soluk
ghastly
konuşma dili - berbat, çok kötü
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korkunç

O giyim mağazası korkunçtu. - That clothing store was ghastly.

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dehşetle
ghastly
{s} beti benzi atmış
ghastly
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ghastly
berbat

O, hiçbir şekilde berbat çürüyen soğan kokusuna tahammül edemedi. - He could not by any means tolerate the ghastly smell of rotting onion.

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sapsarı
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{s} k.dili. berbat, çok kötü
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ölürcesine
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feci
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Ghastly, shocking, terrifying

The appeal of the spectrally macabre is generally narrow because it demands from the reader a certain degree of imagination and a capacity for detachment from every-day life.

Representing or personifying death

There are four fundamental figures. One is a man measuring and comparing his world In front of him is a macabre figure, a cadaver ready to be dissected. This symbolizes man serving mankind. The third figure is the scientist, the man who makes use of the information gathered in the first two fields of mensurable science.

Obsessed with death or the gruesome

Indeed, in the 1854 draft of Tristan he planned to have Parzival visit the dying knight, and both operas display the same macabre obsession with bloody gore and festering wounds.

ghastly
{s} terrifying, dark, gruesome, grim, horrible
You describe something such as an event or story as macabre when it is strange and horrible or upsetting, usually because it involves death or injury. Police have made a macabre discovery = chilling. very strange and unpleasant and connected with death or with people being seriously hurt ((danse) macabre , from earlier (danse de) Macabré, perhaps from chorea Maccabaeorum , a representation of the killing of the Maccabees, a Jewish family of Bible times)
shockingly repellent; inspiring horror; "ghastly wounds"; "the grim aftermath of the bombing"; "the grim task of burying the victims"; "a grisly murder"; "gruesome evidence of human sacrifice"; "macabre tales of war and plague in the Middle ages"; "macabre tortures conceived by madmen"
danse macabre
A conventional subject of artistic painting or drawing, or a particular work in that style, in which death (in the form of a skeleton, the Grim Reaper, or similar) is shown leading people of all social ranks (high and low) to the grave. It shows that whatever people might have in life, death comes to everybody alike
dance macabre
dance of death (suggestive of the allegorical dance of death in which a skeleton representing Death leads people to the grave)
danse macabre
a medieval dance in which a skeleton representing death leads a procession of others to the grave
macabre

    Расстановка переносов

    ma·ca·bre

    Турецкое произношение

    mıkäbrı

    Антонимы

    common, living, normal

    Произношение

    /məˈkäbrə/ /məˈkɑːbrə/

    Этимология

    [ m&-'käb; -'kä-br ] (adjective.) 1889. From French macabre, whose etymology is uncertain. Most commonly believed to be from corruption of the biblical name Maccabees; compare French danse macabre, presumably from Latin Chorea Machabæorum. Possibly from Spanish macabro, from Arabic مقابر (maqābir, “tombs, cemeteries”), plural of مقبرة (maqbara or maqbura) or of مقبر (maqbar), but the Arabic etymology is rejected by Romance linguists.

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