sin

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İngilizce - Türkçe
günah

O günahının farkında değil. - She is unconscious of her sin.

İnsan bir günahkar doğar. - Man is born a sinner.

büyük hata
günaha girmek
nefsine uymak
suç

Günahı suçla karıştırmayın. - Do not mistake sin with crime.

Hem yaşlılar hem de gençler günah suçlusudur. - Both the old and young are guilty of sinning.

{f} günah işle

Beni affedin, zira ben günah işledim. - Forgive me, for I have sinned.

Günah işledik, Tanrım, bizi affet. - We have sinned, Lord, forgive us.

günah işlemek
kabahat
günah işle(mek)
deadly sin büyük günah
live in sin nikahsız olarak karı koca hayatı yaşam
{f} suç işlemek
sin offering günahların affedilmesi için sunulan şey
affolunmaz günah
{i} büyük hata: It's a sin for you to throw that bread away! O ekmeği atma, günah!
besetting sin insanların daima işlemeye meyilli oldukları günah
günah i

Günah işledik, Tanrım, bizi affet. - We have sinned, Lord, forgive us.

Günah işlediğim için beni affet Tanrım. - Forgive me Father for I have sinned.

(Sinema) çerçeve
(Matematik) sin fonksiyonu
(Bilgisayar) sin
günahlar
vebal
sin bin
günah bin
sin cere
günah CERE
sin spot
günah spot
sin tax
günah vergisi
sin of omission
ihmal suçu
grave sin
Affedilmeyecek, büyük günah
original sin
adem ve havva'dan gelen günah
sinful
{s} günah

Daha günahkar bir erkeğe hiç rastlamadım. - I have never met a more sinful man.

Daha günahkar bir kadınla hiç karşılaşmadım. - I have never met a more sinful woman.

commit a sin
günah işlemek
sinful
günahlı (kimse)
sinful
günah olmak
sinful
günah olan (bir şey)
sinless
masum
sinning
günah işleyerek
sinful
günah niteliğinde
sinful
günahkâr

Daha günahkar bir kadınla hiç karşılaşmadım. - I have never met a more sinful woman.

Daha günahkar bir kişiyle hiç karşılaşmadım. - I have never met a more sinful person.

sinful
kötü
sinful
ayıp
sinning
{i} günah işleme
sinful
haince
sinfulness
günahkârlık
sinning
günah işle(mek)
sins
sinsin
sinful
sinfulness günahkarlık
sinful
ahlâk dışı
sinful
fena
sinful
utanç verici
sinful
günah işleyerek
sinful
habis
sinful
şerir
sinful
günah kabilinden
sinful
sinfullygünahkarca
sinful
hainlik
sinful
günahlı
sinfulness
(isim) günahkârlık
sinless
{s} günahsız
sinless
sinlessnessgünahsızlık
sinless
sinlesslygünah işlemeden
sinless
suçsuz olarak
sinless
suçsuz
sinless
suçsuzluk
sinning
günah işle
Türkçe - Türkçe
Yaşanılmış olan süre, yaş: "Hoş uyanık da olsam, biz sindekileri artık erkekten saymazlar ya..."- H. Taner
Ölü gömülen yer, gömüt, mezar, kabir, metfen, makber: "Sana ibret gerek ise / Gel göresin bu sinleri."- Yunus Emre
Ölü gömülen yer, gömüt, mezar, kabir, metfen, makber
Mezar, gömüt
Yaşanılmış olan süre, yaş
SÎN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çin
SÎN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kirli olan ve kokan deve yün
SİN
(Hukuk) Yaş, sene
İngilizce - İngilizce
A misdeed
A violation of a moral or religious law; an error
To commit a sin
A letter of the Arabic alphabet; س
A letter of the Hebrew alphabet; שׂ
sine, a trigonometric function
{n} a transgression of the law of God, guilt
{v} to transgress the laws of God, to offend
Computes a sine
estrangement from god the 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet (Akkadian) god of the moon; counterpart of Sumerian Nanna commit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake; "I blundered during the job interview
the belief in the reality of our separation from God, seen by the ego as an act incapable of correction because it represents our attack on our Creator, Who would therefore never forgive us; leads to guilt, which demands punishment; equivalent to separation, and the central concept in the ego's thought system, from which all others logically follow; to the Holy Spirit, an error in our thinking to be corrected and therefore forgiven and healed
An embodiment of sin; a very wicked person
ZH 新 xīn
an act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will violent and excited activity; "they began to fight like sin" estrangement from god the 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet (Akkadian) god of the moon; counterpart of Sumerian Nanna commit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake; "I blundered during the job interview
If we have an "original" sin because of Adam see "ADAM" above}, then it is because Adam, our collective entity, is somehow interfering with our links to Awareness, Will, and Reason One possibility is that Adam has managed to interpose a kind of substitute "reason" for our link to the one true Reason This would be a kind of anti-Reason, or anti-Logos, or anti-Christ Look at the world There is something rotten in the state of the world! The need for a Saviour is evident; one who can re-establish a direct link to Reason It is to be emphasized that we are not being punished for the sin of some ancient ancestor but that we are all under the cloud of sin which exists here and now
without

I cannot do without this dictionary even for a single day. - I can not do without this dictionary even for a single day.

I can not do without this dictionary even for a single day. - I cannot do without this dictionary even for a single day.

Wrongdoing, seen as disobedience to God Wrongdoing, seen as disobedience to God
a multitude of sins: see multitude. The Babylonian god of the moon. sine. Sumerian Nanna In Mesopotamian religion, the god of the moon. He was the father of Shamash and, in some myths, of Ish(Tarih) Sin was thought to confer fertility and prosperity on cowherds by governing the rise of waters and the growth of reeds, particularly in the marshes along the lower Euphrates River, where his worship originated. In the 6th century BC, attempts were made to elevate Sin to a supreme position in the Babylonian pantheon. Wrongdoing, particularly the breaking of moral or religious rules. In the Hebrew scriptures, sin is viewed as a hatred of God or defiance of his commandments. The New Testament regards sinfulness as the inherent state of humanity, which Jesus came into the world to heal. Christian theologians divide sin into actual and original sin. Actual sin, consisting of evil acts, words, and deeds, is in turn divided into mortal sin, in which the perpetrator deliberately turns away from God, and venial sin, a less serious transgression committed without full awareness of wrongdoing. In Islam, sin is a straying from God's path; the prophets were sent to guide people back to the true path. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the good and evil deeds one commits in this life affect one's rebirth in the next
Wrongdoing, self-centeredness The term can refer to the act itself or to the condition that gives rise to the act As one person put it, "When I pull the pig-tails of the little girl sitting ahead of me in school, that is sin And the reason I even think of pulling her pig-tails is because I am full of sin from birth " List of Terms
Doing something wrong that separates you from God
Anything you think, say, or do that displeases God; That which separates us from God
an act of wrong doing This was a term used in archery If the arrow missed the target, the judge would yell "sin" indicating the person had "missed the mark" Because of our wrong doing, we have missed God's "mark" of what He expects from us
Old form of Since
Mormon: A word not commonly used by Mormons since Mormonism has a weak view of sin "But all of us are guilty of sin to some degree" (Gospel Principles, p 117) Instead of talking about sin, they use words such as bad habits, infractions, mistakes, and poor judgments Christian: Any violation of God's commands, whether in thought, word, or deed Includes any and all trespass, transgression, iniquity, wickedness, etc Includes sins of omission (not doing what we are commanded) as well as commission (doing what we are commanded not to do)
Transgression of the law of God; disobedience of the divine command; any violation of God's will, either in purpose or conduct; moral deficiency in the character; iniquity; as, sins of omission and sins of commission
To violate human rights, law, or propriety; to commit an offense; to trespass; to transgress
(Akkadian) god of the moon; counterpart of Sumerian Nanna
Sin or a sin is an action or type of behaviour which is believed to break the laws of God. The Vatican's teaching on abortion is clear: it is a sin see also cardinal sin, mortal sin
If you sin, you do something that is believed to break the laws of God. The Spanish Inquisition charged him with sinning against God and man You have sinned and must repent your ways. + sinner sinners sin·ner I am a sinner and I need to repent of my sins
Sin is anything that is contrary to the law or will of God For example: if you lie, you have sinned Why? Because God has said not to lie (Exodus 20: 16) If you do what God has forbidden, then you have sinned In addition, if you do not do what God has commanded, you sin (James 4: 17) Either way, the result is eternal separation from God (Isaiah 59: 2) Sin is lawlessness (1 John 1: 3) and unrighteousness (1 John 5: 17) Sin leads to blindness (John 9: ) and death (Rom 6: 23) Paul, in the book of Romans, discusses sin He shows that everyone, both Jew and Greek, is under sin (Rom 3: 9) He shows that sin is not simply something that is done, but a condition of the heart (Rom 3: 10-12) In Ephesians Paul says that we are "by nature children of wrath" (Eph 2: 3) Yet, "while we were still helpless, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly" (Rom 5: 6)
To depart voluntarily from the path of duty prescribed by God to man; to violate the divine law in any particular, by actual transgression or by the neglect or nonobservance of its injunctions; to violate any known rule of duty; often followed by against
Social insurance number, an identification number issued by the government of Canada
the 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Failure to unfold and express the real Self 'Missing the mark ' Falling short of the ideal Accepting something which is other than God Intentional or unintentional ignorance of spiritual laws " whatsoever is not of faith is sin " ROM 14: 23 "Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin " JAMES 4: 17
(1) Actual sin is the free and deliberate violation of God's law by thought, word or action (a) Mortal sin - involving serious matter, sufficient reflection and full consent - results in the loss of sanctifying grace and alienation from God, and renders a person incapable of performing meritorious supernatural acts and subject to everlasting punishment (b) Venial sin - involving less serious matter, reflection and consent - does not have such serious consequences (2) Original sin is the sin of Adam, with consequences for all human beings
according to Milton, is twin-keeper with Death of the gates of Hell She sprang full-grown from the head of Satan “ Woman to the waist, and fair, But ending foul in many a scaly fold Voluminous and vast, a serpent armed With mortal sting ” Paradise Lost ii 650-653 Original sin (See Adam )
estrangement from god
commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake; "I blundered during the job interview"
A sin offering; a sacrifice for sin
If you say that a man and a woman are living in sin, you mean that they are living together as a couple although they are not married. She was living in sin with her boyfriend
{i} breaking of a religious or moral law; offense, wrongdoing
A sin is any action or behaviour that people disapprove of or consider morally wrong. The ultimate sin was not infidelity, but public mention which led to scandal
{f} break a moral or religious law, transgress, commit an offense
an act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will
An offense, in general; a violation of propriety; a misdemeanor; as, a sin against good manners
Rebellion against God
an action or a state of being that separates one from God
The Bible describes sin as manifesting itself in three ways: a an act as thought, intent or impulse
n sin [OE synn]
an offense against God by any thought, word, deed or omission against any of the Commandments
Things we do that fall short of God's standard of perfection and holiness We sin by disobeying God's commands We sin by ignoring God We sin by doing things contrary to the nature and character of God
ratio of the opposite side to the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle
Breaking of God's law; a violation of His will Can be either positive (doing what is forbidden), or negative (failing to do what is required)
commit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law
violent and excited activity; "they began to fight like sin"
according to Milton, is twinkeeper with Death of the gates of Hell She sprang full-grown from the head of Satan “ Woman to the waist, and fair, But ending foul in many a scaly fold Voluminous and vast, a serpent armed With mortal sting ” Paradise Lost ii 650-653 Original sin (See Adam )
Sin - Transgression of the Law Not meeting the goal or the mark See Sins (Catholic Belief)
an act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will violent and excited activity; "they began to fight like sin"
Sinaloa, a state of Mexico
The breaking of one of the Ten Commandments of the Old Testament of the Bible, but later included any non-adherence to the teachings of the Christian Churches (What was a sin for one was not, necessarily, a sin for the other )
hamartia
Sin City
Sin City and Sin Cité a nickname for prohibition-era Montreal, Quebec, Canada McGill Tribune, New York Post, Rough Guide
Sin City
a common nickname for Las Vegas, Nevada, USA "Sin City" The Independant, LA Times , BBC News, ABC News
sin bin
An area where players are temporarily confined while suspended from play following an infringement of the rules of the game

I would like to see the sin bin used instead of yellow cards.

sin bin
a place for transgressors, a limbo; an area in which one may confine one's self after (or in order to avert) transgressions

It was hardly a concession. for he regarded Siberia as his sin bin, a place to take to when a cooling-off period was needed.

sin bin
A panel van with a bed installed in the back
sin bins
plural form of sin bin
sin eater
A person (usually a man) who is supposed to take sins of a deceased person upon himself by means of eating a piece of bread, laid for him on the breast of the dead one
sin-bin
To send (a player) to the sin bin, to temporarily dismiss from the playing field
sin-bin
Alternative form of sin bin
sin-eater
A person (usually a man) who is supposed to take sins of a deceased person upon himself by means of eating a piece of bread, laid for him on the breast of the dead one
sin city
Las Vegas
sin 3,
the written abbreviation of sine
sin against the holy ghost
unforgivable sin, unpardonable sin
sin bin
a place away from the playing area where players in some sports, for example ice hockey, are sent if they break the rules
sin of the golden calf
idolatry, idol-worship (Biblical golden calf that the Jews worshipped while in the Sinai desert)
sin offering
sacrifice made in penitence for sins
sin one's mercies
be ungrateful, show no appreciation
sin spot
brothel, whorehouse
sin tax
A tax on certain items, such as cigarettes and alcohol, that are regarded as neither necessities nor luxuries
sin through ignorance
commit a sin due to lack of knowledge, commit a sin unknowingly
sin-bin
In the sports of ice hockey and rugby league, if a player is sent to the sin-bin, they are ordered to leave the playing area for a short period of time because they have done something that is against the rules
cardinal sin
A mortal sin, deadly sin
chili sin carne
A vegetarian version of chili con carne
deadly sin
any of the seven deadly sins - anger, covetousness, envy, gluttony, lust, pride, and sloth
guilty as sin
Unquestionably guilty

Joe Feinberg, who supplied the decorative ceramic tiles for the Key Biscayne homes of both the President and Bebe Rebozo, thinks Nixon is guilty as sin..

live in sin
To cohabit as if man and wife without being married

Builder: No. It's—it's that she's gone and—and not got married. . . . I suppose you'd have me eat humble pie and tell Athene she can go on living in sin and offending society.

living in sin
Present participle of live in sin
mortal sin
In Roman Catholic theology, a mortal sin is a grave matter, such as murder or blasphemy, and is committed with the full knowledge and deliberate consent of the sinner. The committing of such a heinous sin causes a complete loss of grace and leads to eternal damnation unless absolved
original sin
The state of sin, present in each human at birth, that is a direct result of Adam's disobedience to God
sinful
evil
sinful
morally wrong
sinfulness
The result or product of being sinful
sinfulness
The property of being sinful
sinlessly
In a sinless way; without sin
venial sin
A sin that is not a mortal sin; a sin that is not grave, or was not deliberate or was committed without a full understanding of the consequences
grave sin
A sin, such as murder or blasphemy, that is so heinous it deprives the soul of sanctifying grace and causes damnation if unpardoned at the time of death
mortal sin
A sin, as murder, willfully committed and serious enough to deprive the soul of divine grace
sinful
{a} unholy, wicked, profane, guilty, vile
sinfully
{a} in a sinful manner, wickedly
sinfulness
{n} wickedness, an alienation from God
sinless
{a} exempt from sin, innocent, pure, holy
sinful
characterized by iniquity; wicked because it is believed to be a sin; "iniquitous deeds"; "he said it was sinful to wear lipstick"; "ungodly acts"
sinful
of or relating to sin
sinful
{s} immoral, wicked, ungodly, full of or marked by sin
sinful
having committed unrighteous acts; "a sinful person
sinful
having committed unrighteous acts; "a sinful person"
sinful
If you describe someone or something as sinful, you mean that they are wicked or immoral. `I am a sinful man,' he said. + sinfulness sin·ful·ness the sinfulness of apartheid
sinful
peccaminous
sinful
Tainted with, or full of, sin; wicked; iniquitous; criminal; unholy; as, sinful men; sinful thoughts
sinfully
In a sinful manner
sinfully
immorally, wickedly, in sin
sinfulness
{i} wickedness, iniquity, immorality
sinless
{s} free from sin
sinless
without sin, never having sinned
sinlessly
in a sinless manner, without sin
sinned
past of sin
sinning
present participle of sin
sinning
transgressing a moral or divine law; "if it be a sin to covet honor, I am the most sinning soul alive"- Shakespeare
sinning
an act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will
sins
third-person singular of sin
sins
plural of sin
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Bilgisayar) sin
(Tıp) syn

There aren't that many synagogues in this city. - Bu kentte o kadar çok sinagog yok.

The protesters burnt down the synagogue. - Göstericiler sinagogu ateşe verdiler.

sepulcher
sepulchre
grave, tomb
grave, tomb, sepulchre, sepulcher
cower

Tom's dog cowered under the kitchen table during the storm. - Tom'un köpeği fırtına sırasında mutfak masasının altına sindi.

My dog cowers under the table whenever he hears thunder. - Köpeğim ne zaman gök gürültüsünü duysa masanın altına siner.

{f} cowering
sin diye
in order that
sin fonksiyonu
(Matematik) sin
sin yazıtı
epitaph
sin-
(Denizbilim) syn-
sin