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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
zevksiz
renksiz
cansız
tekdüze
ruhsuz
{s} belli bir ses özelliği olmayan
{s} donuk
{s} perdesiz
{s} ifadesiz
tone
ton

Tom öğretmeniyle o ses tonuyla konuşmamalıydı. - Tom ought not to have spoken to his teacher in that tone of voice.

Ses tonundan, benden ne kadar nefret ettiğini hissettim. - I knew from his tone how much he hated me.

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ses

Piyanonun iyi bir sesi var. - The piano has a good tone.

Sinyal sesinde, lütfen mesajınızı kaydedin. - At the tone, please record your message.

tone
uymak
tone
eda
tone
donuklaştırmak
tone
(Tıp) tonüs
tone
yumuşatmak
tone
vücudu güçlendirmek
tone
tonlamak
tone
hava
tone
atmosfer

Sözlerinin keskin tonu, atmosferi soğuttu. - The sharp tone of his words chilled the atmosphere.

tone
nüanslamak
tone
nüans
tone
ton vermek
tone
(Bilgisayar) tonlu arama
tone
form
tone
(Dilbilim) ses perdesi
tone
tarz
tone
tavır
tone
perde
tone
renk tonu
tone
sağlıklı hal
tone
ahenk vermek
tone
titrem
tone
tonus
tone
ruh hali
tone
ayarlamak
tone
tonunu ayarlamak
tone
hava vermek
tone
tarz vermek
tone
uyuşmak
tone
{i} bir yere özgü
tone
{i} güç
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ton,v.ton ver: n.ses
tone
{i} (ses veya renge ait) ton
tone
koyuluk, ton, ses
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vücudun veya uzvun sıhhatli hali
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(Askeri) TON: Görüntü üzerinde, siyahtan beyaza kadar her ayırt edilebilir gölge değişimi
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{i} müz. aralık, iki nota arasında ses farkı
tone
(Tıp) Ses tonu

Tom kızgın bir ses tonuyla konuştu. - Tom spoke in an angry tone.

O, eşsiz ses tonunu kullanarak bir konuşma yaptı. - He made a speech using his unique tone of voice.

tone
tone color müz
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aralık
tone
tone poem müz
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(Tıp) Vücudun veya organın sıhhatli hali, beden kuvveti, tonüs
tone
güz
tone
{i} form, istenilen ve olması gereken durum
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perde ve süresi itibariyle ses
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
lacking vitality; listless
lacking tone or expression
{a} having no tone or sound, unmusical
Having no tone; unmusical
A toneless voice is dull and does not express any feeling. + tonelessly tone·less·ly `That's most kind of him,' Eleanor said tonelessly. a toneless voice does not express any feelings
lacking in tone or expression; "his toneless mechanical voice
{s} lacking tone, unharmonious
lacking in tone or expression; "his toneless mechanical voice"
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The character of a sound, especially the timbre of an instrument or voice
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The state of a living body or of any of its organs or parts in which the functions are healthy and performed with due vigor
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The definition and firmness of a muscle or organ. see also: tonus
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to change the colour of
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Normal tension or responsiveness to stimuli
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A recitational melody
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The shade or quality of a colour
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The manner in which speech or writing is expressed
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The one (of two)

So wythin the thirde day, there cam to the cité thes two brethirne: the tone hyght Sir Helyus and the other hyght Helake .

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to give a particular tone to
tone
{n} a note, sound, accent, whine, cry, state
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to make (something) firmer
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the definition and firmness of a muscle or organ
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A tone is one of the sounds that you hear when you are using a telephone, for example the sound that tells you that a number is engaged or busy, or no longer exists. see also dialling tone, ring tone
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(linguistics) a pitch or change in pitch of the voice that serves to distinguish words in tonal languages; "the Beijing dialect uses four tones"
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A tone is one of the lighter, darker, or brighter shades of the same colour. Each brick also varies slightly in tone, texture and size
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the attitude that a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a character
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The particular sound of an instrument or voice, as well as the performer¹s particular coloring of that sound For example, the tone produced by a certain clarinetist could be said to be rich, dark, and mellow; this is the result of the natural sound of the instrument, combined with the performer¹s particular technique of playing Search Google com for Tone
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The poet's or persona's attitude in style or expression toward the subject, e g , loving, ironic, bitter, pitying, fanciful, solemn, etc Tone can also refer to the overall mood of the poem itself, in the sense of a pervading atmosphere intended to influence the readers' emotional response and foster expectations of the conclusion Sidelight: In spoken language we recognize tone by inflections of the voice and by the demeanor of the speaker; in poetry, tone is conveyed through the use of connotation, diction, figures of speech, rhythm and other elements of poetic construction (Compare Content, Form, Motif, Style, Texture)
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a steady sound without overtones; "they tested his hearing with pure tones of different frequencies"
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Accent, or inflection or modulation of the voice, as adapted to express emotion or passion
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A mode or tune or plain chant; as, the Gregorian tones
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The peculiar quality of sound in any voice or instrument; as, a rich tone, a reedy tone
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(music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound); "the timbre of her soprano was rich and lovely"; "the muffled tones of the broken bell summoned them to meet"
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A colour that has been neutralized by the addition of grey
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a quality of a given color that differs slightly from a primary color; "after several trials he mixed the shade of pink that she wanted"
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The common musical scale is made up of two basic units of pitch difference, the tone and the semitone The multiplier for the frequency increase is approximately 1 1225
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Tonicity; as, arterial tone
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the quality of a person's voice; "he began in a conversational tone"; "he spoke in a nervous tone of voice"
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an author's or speaker's attitude, as revealed in 'quality of voice' or 'selection of language'
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A sound considered as to pitch; as, the seven tones of the octave; she has good high tones
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the quality of something (an act or a piece of writing) that reveals the attitudes and presuppositions of the author; "the general tone of articles appearing in the newspapers is that the government should withdraw"; "from the tone of her behavior I gathered that I had outstayed my welcome"
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pitch of sound
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change to a color image; "tone a photographic image"
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A sound that is distinct and identifiable by its constant pitch
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The tone of a sound is its particular quality. Cross could hear him speaking in low tones to Sarah. the clear tone of the bell
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That state of a body, or of any of its organs or parts, in which the animal functions are healthy and performed with due vigor
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The middle value of a hue, obtained by adding gray to the dye
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The feeling, emotion, or attitude most associated with using a product The appropriate tone is important to include in consumer new product concepts and advertising
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Also, a gradation of color, either a hue, or a tint or shade
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{f} give a sound or ring; give a color or tint; give a healthy elasticity to
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the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people; "the feel of the city excited him"; "a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"; "it had the smell of treason"
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To utter with an affected tone
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A whining style of speaking; a kind of mournful or artificial strain of voice; an affected speaking with a measured rhythm ahd a regular rise and fall of the voice; as, children often read with a tone
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The tone of a place or an event is its general atmosphere. The service desk at the entrance, with its friendly, helpful and efficient staff, sets the tone for the rest of the store
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give a healthy elasticity to; "Let's tone our muscles"
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An element of art and design that pertains to the effect of lightness and darkness in relation to one or more parts of a work of art
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State of mind; temper; mood
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The condition of normal balance of a healthy plant in its relations to light, heat, and moisture
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utter monotonously and repetitively and rhythmically; "The students chanted the same slogan over and over again"
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Shade of color in the priming, ranging from pure white to gray Linens are normally toned darker gray than cottons, and there is tonal variation from one roll to another is normal and not indicative of quality
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A tone is a color that has been mixed with gray
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a specific pitch
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The tone of a piece of writing is 'the attitude of the author as manifest in the language' It might be conversational, comic, serious, or melancholy The conventions of academic discourse suggest that the tone of essays should be plain, objective, and serious
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The tone of a speech or piece of writing is its style and the opinions or ideas expressed in it. The spokesman said the tone of the letter was very friendly His comments to reporters were conciliatory in tone
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of one's speech, varying the pitch utter monotonously and repetitively and rhythmically; "The students chanted the same slogan over and over again
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The tone of someone's body, especially their muscles, is its degree of firmness and strength. stretch exercises that aim to improve muscle tone
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The author's attitude toward the subject matter as revealed by word choice and sentence structure Thus, the tone might be critical, angry, humorous, dismissive, serious, informal or formal among others
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Quality, with respect to attendant feeling; the more or less variable complex of emotion accompanying and characterizing a sensation or a conceptual state; as, feeling tone; color tone
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change the color or tone of; "tone a negative"
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The degree of lightness or darkness in any given area of a print; also referred to as value Cold tones (bluish) and warm tones (reddish) refer to the color of the image in both black-and-white and color photographs
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Color quality proper; called also hue
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To bring, as a print, to a certain required shade of color, as by chemical treatment
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1) One of several single-frequency signals at the beginning of a tape reel at the magnetic reference level that will be used to record the program 2) Any single-frequency signal or sound 3) The sound quality of an instrument's sound relative to the amount of energy present at different frequencies 4) In some synthesizers, a term meaning the audio signal that will be put out by the unit which would be similar to the sound of an instrument
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The larger kind of interval between contiguous sounds in the diatonic scale, the smaller being called a semitone as, a whole tone too flat; raise it a tone
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(linguistics) a pitch or change in pitch of the voice that serves to distinguish words in tonal languages; "the Beijing dialect uses four tones" the quality of something (an act or a piece of writing) that reveals the attitudes and presuppositions of the author; "the general tone of articles appearing in the newspapers is that the government should withdraw"; "from the tone of her behavior I gathered that I had outstayed my welcome" a steady sound without overtones; "they tested his hearing with pure tones of different frequencies" a musical interval of two semitones the quality of a person's voice; "he began in a conversational tone"; "he spoke in a nervous tone of voice" give a healthy elasticity to; "Let's tone our muscles" change to a color image; "tone a photographic image" change the color or tone of; "tone a negative" of one's speech, varying the pitch utter monotonously and repetitively and rhythmically; "The students chanted the same slogan over and over again
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Something that tones your body makes it firm and strong. This movement lengthens your spine and tones the spinal nerves Try these toning exercises before you start the day. finely toned muscular bodies. Tone up means the same as tone. Exercise tones up your body Although it's not strenuous exercise, you feel toned-up, supple and relaxed
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{i} sound, ring; atmosphere
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1) a specific, identifiable musical sound, 2) an interval made up of two semitones
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A sound wave that evokes a sensation of pitch
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the pitch of a word that distinguishes a difference in meaning, for example in Chinese
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Sound, or the character of a sound, or a sound considered as of this or that character; as, a low, high, loud, grave, acute, sweet, or harsh tone
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The author’s implicit attitude toward the reader or the people, places, and events in a work as revealed by the elements of the author’s style Tone may be characterized as serious or ironic, sad or happy, private or public, angry or affectionate, bitter or nostalgic, or any other attitudes and feelings that human beings experience See also style
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Tone is the color of the sound The organ has a wide variety of sounds available The difference in the sound colors of the stops makes this variety possible
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A color that has been neutralized by the addition of gray
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an interval of a major second
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to harmonize, especially in colour
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See Tune, v
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Color that has been toned down by adding its complement or gray
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a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound; "the singer held the note too long"
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To give tone, or a particular tone, to; to tune
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of one's speech, varying the pitch
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the elastic tension of living muscles, arteries, etc that facilitate response to stimuli; "the doctor tested my tonicity"
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A color mixed with black and white, a grayed color
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a sound of definite pitch; a note
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Someone's tone is a quality in their voice which shows what they are feeling or thinking. I still didn't like his tone of voice Her tone implied that her patience was limited
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a musical interval of two semitones the quality of a person's voice; "he began in a conversational tone"; "he spoke in a nervous tone of voice"
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Telephone companies provided touch-tone service This service allows access to network services such as Voice Mail, Call Waiting and Data services e g access to your bank account
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a musical interval of two semitones
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If you say that something lowers the tone of a place or event, you mean that it is not appropriate and makes the place or event seem less respectable. Councillors say plastic-framed windows lower the tone of the neighbourhood. Irish nationalist who helped secure Parliament's passage of the Catholic Relief Act of 1793 and planned a French invasion of Ireland (1796). tone up to improve the strength and firmness of your muscles, skin etc. In linguistics, a variation in the pitch of the voice while speaking. The term is usually applied to languages (called tone languages) in which pitch differentiates words with an identical sequences of consonants and vowels. For example, man in Mandarin Chinese may mean either "deceive" or "slow," depending on its pitch. In tone languages, what matters is not absolute pitch but the pitch of one word relative to another or how pitch changes within a word. tone poem Tone River Tone Theobald Wolfe
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