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Merhametli, şefkâtli, fedakâr
{s} Samiriye ile ilgili
(isim) Samiriyeli
{s} şefkâtli
{s} merhametli
good samaritan
merhametli insan
good samaritan
karşılık beklemeden yardım eden kişi (someone who iş willing to help out in times of need. Someone who voluntarily helps someone else who iş in distress)
to be a good samaritan
yararlı biri olmak
good Samaritan
merhametli kimse
good Samaritan
şefkâtli insan
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A native, or inhabitant of Samaria
Of, or relating to Samaria or Samaritans
A telephone helpline providing support to those at risk of suicide
a good samaritan
{n} an inhabitant of Samaria, chiefly one of the foreigners, settled there by the Assyrian king
{a} pertaining to Samaria, humane
{s} pertaining the ancient Israelite kingdom of Samaria; pertaining to the inhabitants of Samaria
You refer to someone as a Samaritan if they help you when you are in difficulty. A good Samaritan offered us a room in his house. good Samaritan someone, especially a stranger, who helps you when you have problems or need something (From the Bible story of a person from Samaria (an area of ancient Palestine) who stopped and helped a man who had been attacked and robbed). Member of a now nearly extinct Jewish community. Calling themselves Bene-Yisrael ("Children of Israel"), or Shamerim ("Observant Ones"), they claim to be related to those Jews of ancient Samaria who were not deported from Israel by the Assyrians in 722 BC. The Pentateuch (first five books of the Old Testament) is their sole norm of religious observance. Jews who returned to their homeland after the Babylonian Exile would not accept their help in building the Second Temple of Jerusalem. Consequently, in the 4th century BC the Samaritans built their own temple in Nbulus, at the base of Mount Gerizim, in the present-day West Bank. The modern population (about 500 persons) is distributed between Nbulus and the city of olon in Israel. All live in semi-isolation, marrying only within their own community. They pray in Hebrew but have adopted Arabic as their vernacular
{i} inhabitant of the ancient Israelite kingdom of Samaria; one who is compassionate and helpful
Of or pertaining to Samaria, in Palestine
A native or inhabitant of Samaria; also, the language of Samaria
a person who voluntarily offers help or sympathy in times of trouble
Good Samaritan
A person who gives help or sympathy to someone in distress
Good Samaritan
The subject of a particular New Testament parable
Good Samaritan law
A law that exempts from legal liability a person who attempts to give reasonable aid to another person who is injured, ill, or otherwise imperiled
Good Samaritan law
A law that requires able persons, without putting themselves at risk, to provide reasonable aid to persons who are injured, ill, or otherwise imperiled
Good Samaritan laws
plural form of Good Samaritan law
Good Samaritan
A compassionate person who unselfishly helps others
good Samaritan
person who helps others unselfishly, parable in the New Testament
good samaritan
a person who voluntarily offers help or sympathy in times of trouble

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    /səˈmerətən/ /səˈmɛrɪtən/


    [ s&-'mar-&-t& ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin samaritanus, noun and adjective, from Greek samaritEs inhabitant of Samaria, from Samaria.

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