modern

listen to the pronunciation of modern
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
çağdaş

Birçok Avrupalı çağdaş Japonya'yı bilmiyor. - Many Europeans do not know modern Japan.

Çağdaş uygarlık, bilim ve eğitim temeli üzerine dayanmaktadır. - Modern civilization rests on a foundation of science and education.

{s} modern
çağcıl kimse
modernlik
çağcıllık
muasır
(isim) modern kimse
{s} bugünkü
{i} modern kimse
{s} çağcıl
asri
modern ages
yeniçağ
modern education
çağdaş eğitim
modern history
yeniçağ tarihi
modern life
çağdaş yaşam
modern medicine
çağdaş tıp
modern music
(Muzik) çağdaş müzik
modern ballet
modern bale
modern dance
modern dans
modern english
çağdaş ingilizce
modern greek
çağdaş yunan
modern man
çağdaş insan
modern times
uygar çağ
modern world
çağdaş dünya
modern buildings
modern yapılar
modern civilization
muasır medeniyet
modern day
günümüz
modern discipline
çağdaş bilgi dalı
modern english
modern ingilizce
modern era
Modern çağda
modern aesthetics
modern estetik
modern arts
modern güzel sanatlar
modern building methods
(İnşaat) yeni yapı yöntemleri
modern civilisation
hadariyet
modern cointerpoint
(Muzik) çağdaş kontrpuan
modern community
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) modern toplum
modern contrast
(Bilgisayar) çağdaş karşıtlık
modern cool
(Bilgisayar) modern şık
modern cool
(Bilgisayar) modern görünüş
modern dilemma
çağdaş ikilem
modern english novel
(Eğitim) modern ingiliz romanı
modern english poetry
(Eğitim) modern ingiliz şri
modern ethics
modern ahlak
modern french literature
(Eğitim) modern fransız edebiyatı
modern geometry
modern geometri
modern german literature
(Eğitim) modern alman edebiyatı
modern harmony
(Muzik) çağdaş armoni
modern language aptitude test
(Dilbilim) çağdaş dil yetenek sınavı
modern marketing
modern pazarlama
modern military history
modern askeri tarih
modern philosophy
modern felsefesi
modern project management
(Ticaret) modern proje yönetimi
modern sculpture
modern heykeltıraşlık
modern sculpture
modern heykel
modern shapes
(Bilgisayar) çağdaş çizgiler
modern shapes
(Bilgisayar) modern şekiller
modern times
çağdaş zamanlar
modern vision
çağdaş vizyon
modern volleyball
(Spor) çağdaş voleybol
modern volleyball
(Spor) modern voleybol
modern woman trade
modern kadın ticareti
modern woman trade
küresel kadın ticareti
modern: band
(Bilgisayar) modern: bant
modern: box
(Bilgisayar) modern: kutu
modern: column
(Bilgisayar) modern: sütun
more modern
daha modern
modernity
modernite
modernness
bozukluk
post modern
postmodern
modernity
yenilik
modernness
çağdaşlık
modernness
modernlik
moderns
Modern
challenges of modern society
(Askeri) modern toplumun sorunları
history of modern turkey
(Eğitim) modern türkiye tarihi
in modern parlance
modern anlatımla
modernity
çağcıllık
modernity
çağdaşlık
modernity
asrilik
modernity
{i} modernlik
modernness
çağcıllık
spanish modern
modern ispanyolca
spanish modern
(Bilgisayar) ispanyolca modern
structure of modern english
(Eğitim) modern ingilizce'nin yapısı
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fr. şimdiki zamana uygun, asri. Bak: Medeniyet
Çağa uygun, çağcıl, asri, çağdaş: "O ücra bayırlarda yepyeni modern bir sayfiye doğuverdi."- H. Taner
Çağa uygun, çağcıl, asri, çağdaş
modern mobilya
Antika, taklit, stil mobilyaların dışında kalan ve genellikle düz hatlardan meydana gelen mobilya
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Someone who lives in modern times
Pertaining to the current time and style
{a} kite, recent, new, common, mean
New and common; trite; commonplace
belonging to the modern era; since the Middle Ages; "modern art"; "modern furniture"; "modern history"; "totem poles are modern rather than prehistoric
Also called "modernist " In the context of a postmodern vocabulary, the "modern" does not mean "contemporary " In fact, the "modern" or "modernism" is seen as out-of-date The "modern" is understood to have emerged during the 18th century Enlightenment when philosophers were challenging superstitions (which often included religion) of premodern beliefs They replaced faith in superstition with faith that science and objectivity could build us a better world Moderns prefer objective and factual language "Modern" therapies (as postmoderns use the term) are therapies that pretend to be scientific when they are not by using scientific sounding terms are methods
Clean, architectural and streamlined 20th century furniture with roots in the German Bauhaus School of architecture and Scandinavian design
As mentioned in the above Collectible definition, dolls made within the last 25 years are considered to be modern
A person of modern times; opposed to ancient
{s} advanced, new, contemporary, current; of or pertaining to present time
Dolls made that are less that 25 years old
type term
Of or pertaining to the present time, or time not long past; late; not ancient or remote in past time; of recent period; as, modern days, ages, or time; modern authors; modern fashions; modern taste; modern practice
20th & 21st century competitive sport of Olympic and collegiate foil, epee, and saber, conducted either with electric or "dry" practice equipment It is an athletic, exciting, quick international game with rules devised early this century and now far removed from its martial origins
Displaying design characteristics from the late eighteenth century, modern typefaces have an extreme variation between thick and thin strokes, narrow, straight-sided counters, a vertical curve stress; and straight, unbracketed serifs
Music written in the 20th century or contempory music
People are sometimes described as modern when they have opinions or ways of behaviour that have not yet been accepted by most people in a society. She is very modern in outlook. = progressive traditional
Something that is modern is new and involves the latest ideas or equipment. Modern technology has opened our eyes to many things In many ways, it was a very modern school for its time + modernity mo·der·nity an office block that astonished the city with its modernity
Refers to recent times or the present
used of a living language; being the current stage in its development; "Modern English"; "New Hebrew is Israeli Hebrew"
Modern means relating to the present time, for example the present decade or present century. the problem of materialism in modern society. the risks facing every modern marriage = contemporary
Clean, architectural and streamlined 20th century furniture with roots in the German Bauhaus School of architecture and Scandinavian design Sometimes known as International Style
ahead of the times; "the advanced teaching methods"; "had advanced views on the subject"; "a forward-looking corporation"; "is British industry innovative enough?"
relating to a recently developed fashion or style; "their offices are in a modern skyscraper"; "tables in modernistic designs"
Music written in the 20th century, or contemporary music
something which is up to date or fashionable made of new materials or designs
a typeface (based on an 18th century design by Gianbattista Bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes
a contemporary person
The Academy's modern classes incorporate traditional Martha Graham technique with Alvin Ailey, Paul Taylor and Humphrey-Limon styles Other styles included in advanced levels of training
a typeface (based on an 18th century design by Gianbattista Bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes a contemporary person characteristic of present-day art and music and literature and architecture used of a living language; being the current stage in its development; "Modern English"; "New Hebrew is Israeli Hebrew"
Modern is used to describe styles of art, dance, music, and architecture that have developed in recent times, in contrast to classical styles. a modern dance company. the Museum of Modern Art. International Exhibition of Modern Art modern dance Modern Jazz Quartet Museum of Modern Art
In art, styles that are cut from the past
{i} contemporary individual; current times; new and up-to-date fashion
characteristic of present-day art and music and literature and architecture
A broad term referring to the continually-changing furniture of our time The style employs new materials and manufacturing techniques, and is influenced by constantly-evolving social customs and economic conditions See also Contemporary
for philosophical purposes, the period of philosophy and general intellectual life following Descartes and his contemporaries The broad characteristics of the period are often taken to include an emphasis on individualism, the intellect, the universality of judgement, and the consequence of adopting these features as starting points
Items released since the action figure relaunch in 1995
contemporary
mod
Modern English
English spoken since the great vowel shift, completed in roughly 1550
Modern French
French spoken after the fifteenth century
Modern Greek
The Greek language as spoken since the 16th century
Modern Japanese
The modern stage of the Japanese language, usually dated from around 1600
Modern Korean
The Korean language from the era of Japanese invasions of Korea up to the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty|Joseon Dynasty]] period
Modern Standard Arabic
Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) is the standard and literary variety of Arabic used in writing and in formal speech in the Arab world
modern algebra
The branch of mathematics that deals with groups, monoids, fields, and like algebraic structures
modern art
Any of very many genres of art from the late 19th to the mid 20th centuries
modern pentathlon
An athletics event, where athletes compete in épée fencing, shooting, freestyle swimming, show jumping and cross country
modern physics
As distinguished from classical physics, all physics discoveries made since approximately 1900
modern-day
Generally accepted

Of course, modern-day theories debunk that idea.

modern-day
Current, up-to-date

Modern-day Greek is a lot different from ancient Greek, or koine.

Modern Bride
bimonthly American magazine devoted to all topics related to planning a wedding
Modern English
English language that is currently in use
Modern English
English since about 1500. Also called New English
Modern Greek
Greek since the early 16th century. Also called New Greek
Modern Hebrew
The Hebrew language as used from 18th century to the present, and an official language of Israel. Also called New Hebrew
Modern Jazz Quartet
U.S. jazz ensemble. It was founded in 1951 by pianist John Lewis (1920-2001), vibraphonist Milt Jackson (1923-99), drummer Kenny Clarke (1914-85), and bassist Ray Brown (1926-2002). They originally worked together as the rhythm section for Dizzy Gillespie's big band in 1946. The quartet established a reserved and subtle approach to the modern jazz innovations of the mid-1940s, incorporating elements of classical chamber music with original compositions and jazz standards. Percy Heath (b. 1923) replaced Brown in 1952, and Connie Kay (1927-94) replaced Clarke in 1955. The group disbanded in 1974 but reunited for annual tours beginning in the 1980s. Upon Kay's death, Percy's brother Albert ("Tootie") Heath (b. 1935) joined the group
Modern Language Association
association of academics teaching English and associated fields
modern Hebrew
Hebrew that is spoken in this day and age
modern age
present or recent times
modern art
art form that began on the outskirts of the 19th century as a rebellion against the traditional classical art
modern ballet
a style of ballet that admits a wider variety of movements
modern dance
A style of theatrical dance that rejects the limitations of classical ballet and favors movement deriving from the expression of inner feeling. Theatrical dance that developed in the U.S. and Europe in the 20th century as a reaction to traditional ballet. Precursors included Loie Fuller and Isadora Duncan. Formal teaching of modern dance began with the establishment of the Denishawn schools by Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn in 1915. Many of their students, principally Doris Humphrey and Martha Graham, further contributed to modern dance's definition as a technique based on principles of fall and recovery (Humphrey) and of contraction and release (Graham). Movement often stressed the expression of emotional intensity and contemporary subjects rather than focusing on the formal, classical, and often narrative aspects of ballet. Later developments included a revolt in the 1950s against Graham's expressionism, led by Merce Cunningham, whose choreography included ballet technique and the element of chance. See also Agnes de Mille; Hanya Holm; José Limón; Alwin Nikolais; Anna Sokolow; Paul Taylor; Twyla Tharp
modern dance
a style of theatrical dancing that is not as restricted as classical ballet; movements are expressive of feelings
modern dance
form of artistic dance that grew in the West out of an opposition to classical ballet
modern english
English since about 1450
modern era
the present or recent times
modern greek
the Greek language as spoken and written today
modern hebrew
Hebrew used in Israel today; revived from ancient Hebrew
modern history
history of the modern era, history of events from approximately 1450 AD to the present
modern jazz
any of various styles of jazz that appeared after 1940
modern language
{i} any of the literary languages currently in use that is a departmental course of study in universities and colleges; any language that is spoken in these times (as opposed to ancient languages such as Latin, Greek, etc.)
modern language
a language which is used now, especially a European language such as French or Italian, studied as a subject at school or university
modern languages
Modern languages refers to the modern European languages, for example French, German, and Russian, which are studied at school or university. head of modern languages at a London grammar school
modern medicine
medicine of the present time, medical treatment under modern conditions, latest advancements in medicine
modern pentathlon
An athletic contest in which each participant competes in five events: running, swimming, horseback riding, fencing, and pistol shooting. a sports competition that involves running, swimming, riding horses, fencing, and shooting guns
modern physics
theories of physics developed in the 20th century
modern-day
characteristic of the present; "contemporary trends in design"; "the role of computers in modern-day medicine"
modern-day
{s} contemporary, of the present, modern; typical of current time
modern-day
Modern-day is used to refer to the new or modern aspects of a place, an activity, or a society. modern-day America. the by-products of modern-day living. = contemporary. existing in the present time - used when comparing someone or something to a person or thing in the past = present-day, contemporary contemporary
Early Modern English
the form of the English language written and spoken from the end of the 15th to the mid 17th centuries
early modern
Describing a period of European history between the Middle Ages and the Industrial Revolution
post-modern
Of, relating to, or having the characteristics of postmodernism, especially as represented in art, architecture, literature, science, or philosophy that reacts against an earlier modernism
secondary modern school
a type of school, for pupils who had failed the 11-plus examination, that concentrated on practical and vocational rather than academic subjects
modernity
the state or character of being modern
moderns
{n} people of late or present times
Hymns Ancient and Modern
a book of hymns (=songs of praise to God) which is often used in churches of the Church of England
Museum of Modern Art
the Museum of Modern Art MOMA a museum in New York City which contains one of the world's finest collections of modern art and photography. Museum in New York City, the world's most comprehensive collection of U.S. and European art from the late 19th century to the present. It was founded in 1929 by a group of private collectors. The original building on 53rd St. opened in 1939; a later addition and sculpture garden were designed by Philip Johnson (1953). A condominium tower and western wing, doubling the exhibition space, were completed in 1984. Its collections of Cubist, Surrealist, and Abstract Expressionist paintings are extensive; other holdings include sculpture, graphic arts, industrial design, architecture, photography, and film. Through its permanent collections, exhibitions, and many publications, it exerts a strong influence on public taste and artistic production
Tate Modern
Britain's national museum of modern art in London, which was first opened to the public in May 2000. The building was formerly a power station, and it was changed into an art gallery by two Swiss architects. The museum contains works by famous artists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Francis Bacon
modernity
the quality of being modern
modernity
the quality of being current or of the present; "a shopping mall would instill a spirit of modernity into this village
modernity
the quality of being modern or contemporary
modernity
modern times
modernity
the quality of being current or of the present; "a shopping mall would instill a spirit of modernity into this village"
modernity
{i} newness; quality of being modern
modernity
Modernness; something modern
modernly
In a modern manner
modernly
in a modern fashion or style; in a modern manner
modernly
In modern times
modernness
{i} modernity; state of being modern
modernness
The property of being modern
modernness
The quality or state of being modern; recentness; novelty
moderns
plural of modern
post-modern
Post-modern is used to describe something or someone that is influenced by post-modernism. post-modern architecture. = post-modernist
secondary modern
Secondary moderns were schools which existed until recently in Britain for children aged between about eleven and sixteen, where more attention was paid to practical skills and less to academic study than in a grammar school. a type of school that existed in Britain until the 1960s, where children who had not passed a special examination were sent
secondary modern school
a former British secondary school emphasizing practical rather than academic education
tempo of modern living
modern pace of life, speed of life in modern times
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
modern
contemporary
up to date
(Havacılık) update
nonconventional
newfashioned
up date
cutting-edge
state of the art
latter-day
new-fashioned
leading-edge
advanced
neoteric
new

The new concert hall is a tall, modern, structure. - Yeni konser salonu, yüksek, modern bir yapıdır.

latterday
hip

When I was young, the hippest thing a kid could own was a transistor radio. - Ben gençken, bir çocuğun sahip olabileceği en modern şey, bir transistör radyoydu.

groovy
modern çağcıl, asri
in the groove
streamlined
futuristic
present-day
moderns
modern bilim
modern science
modern cadılık
wicca
modern dans
modern dancing
modern diller
modern languages
modern edebiyat
modern literature
modern eğitim
modern education
modern mimari
modern architecture
modern mimarlık
(Mimarlık) modern architecture
modern resim
modern painting
modern sanat
modern art
modern tarih
modern history
modern tiyatro
(Eğitim) modern drama
modern uygarlık
modern civilization
modern zaman
modern-day
modern ötesi
postmodern
modern ahlak
modern ethics
modern alman edebiyatı
(Eğitim) modern german literature
modern amerikan romani
(Politika, Siyaset) the modern american novel
modern anlatımla
in modern parlance
modern askeri tarih
modern military history
modern bale
modern ballet
modern büro
automated office
modern davranmak
(deyim) go with the times
modern davranmak
(deyim) go with the tide
modern estetik
modern aesthetics
modern felsefesi
modern philosophy
modern fransız edebiyatı
(Eğitim) modern french literature
modern geometri
modern geometry
modern görünüş
(Bilgisayar) modern cool
modern güzel sanatlar
modern arts
modern heykel
modern sculpture
modern heykeltıraşlık
modern sculpture
modern ingiliz romanı
(Eğitim) modern english novel
modern ingiliz şri
(Eğitim) modern english poetry
modern ingilizce'nin yapısı
(Eğitim) structure of modern english
modern ispanyolca
spanish modern
modern kadın ticareti
global trafficking of women
modern kadın ticareti
modern woman trade
modern kimse
modern
modern olarak
contemporarily
modern olmak
be hip
modern pazarlama
modern marketing
modern proje yönetimi
(Ticaret) modern project management
modern toplum
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) modern community
modern toplumun sorunları
(Askeri) challenges of modern society
modern türkiye tarihi
(Eğitim) history of modern turkey
modern voleybol
(Spor) modern volleyball
modern şekiller
(Bilgisayar) modern shapes
modern şık
(Bilgisayar) modern cool
modern: bant
(Bilgisayar) modern: band
modern: kutu
(Bilgisayar) modern: box
modern: sütun
(Bilgisayar) modern: column
son derece modern
ultramodern
kullanılan dil, modern dil
The language used in modern languages
genç ve modern insanlar
beautiful people
ispanyolca modern
(Bilgisayar) spanish modern
modern
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