tale

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İngilizce - Türkçe
masal

Ben peri masallarına inanmıyorum. - I don't believe in fairy tales.

Çocuklar masal dinlemeyi sever. - The children love listening to fairy tales.

öykülü masal
{i} öykü
tell tales dedikodu çıkarmak
nağıl
dedikodu
martaval
palavra
yalan
ertek
hikâye

Ve böylece, ağrı ve intikam hikayesi başlar. - And so, a tale of pain and revenge begins.

Böylesine uzun bir hikayeye inanmamı bekleme. - Don't expect me to believe such a tall tale.

eski sayı
{i} kıssa
{i} efsane
{i} rivayet
masale
masalk
fairy tale
masal

Senin gözde peri masalın nedir? - What's your favorite fairy tale?

Çocuklar masal dinlemeyi sever. - The children love listening to fairy tales.

tale teller
masal anlatan
tall tale
uzun hikaye
tales
masallar

Senin övüngen masallarını dinlemekten bıktım. - I'm tired of hearing your boastful tales.

Onun bitmeyen masallarından sıkıldım. - He bored me with his endless tales.

fairy tale
peri masalı

O bir peri masalı gibiydi. - It was like a fairy tale.

Senin gözde peri masalın nedir? - What's your favorite fairy tale?

heroic tale
kahramanlık masalı
old wives' tale
batıl inanç
a tale of the cities
şehirlerin hikayesi
a tale of the cities
kentlerin öyküsü
a tale of woe
vah bir masal
folk tale
Halk masalı
make up a story, fabricate a tale
Bir hikaye uyduruyorlar, bir masal uydurmak
morality tale
(Edebiyat) Kıssadan hisse, darb-ı mesel
narrative, tale, story
öykü, masal, hikaye
nutcracker tale
fındıkkıran masalı
old wive's tale
Koca karı masalı, hurafe
old wives tale
Kocakarı hikayesi
tales
yedek jüri üyeleri
tales
yedek jüri üyelerine yazılan celpname
cautionary tale
eğitici öykü
epic tale
epik hikaye
fairy tale
kuyruklu yalan
frame tale
masal içinde masal
frame tale
hikâye içinde hikâye
old wives' tale
batıl itikat
old wives' tale
eski hikâye
old wives' tale
kurtmasalı
that tells its own tale
bu yeter
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Tavl. dan) "Uzun olsun" mânâsındadır
İngilizce - İngilizce
a type of story

the Canterbury Tales.

A number told or counted off; a reckoning by count; an enumeration

They proceeded with some rigour, these Custodiars; took written inventories, clapt-on seals, exacted everywhere strict tale and measure.

{n} a story, fable, received number or value, reckoning
If someone tells tales about you, they tell other people things about you which are untrue or which you wanted to be kept secret. I hesitated, not wanting to tell tales about my colleague. see also tell-tale. dilemma tale judgment tale fairy tale trickster tale
A count or declaration
If you survive a dangerous or frightening experience and so are able to tell people about it afterwards, you can say that you lived to tell the tale. You lived to tell the tale this time but who knows how far you can push your luck
story, as in: I loved hearing my mother tell me the tale about how she came to the U S
That which is told; an oral relation or recital; any rehearsal of what has occured; narrative; discourse; statement; history; story
A number told or counted off; a reckoning by count; an enumeration; a count, in distinction from measure or weight; a number reckoned or stated
story
You can refer to an interesting, exciting, or dramatic account of a real event as a tale. The media have been filled with tales of horror and loss resulting from Monday's earthquake. = story see also fairy tale, old wives' tale, tall tale
a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program; "his narrative was interesting"; "Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children"
A tale is a story, often involving magic or exciting events. a collection of stories, poems and folk tales
(1 ) Heb tokhen, "a task," as weighed and measured out = tally, i e , the number told off; the full number (Ex 5: 18; see 1 Sam 18: 27; 1 Chr 9: 28) In Ezek 45: 11 rendered "measure "
To tell stories
{i} story; rumor; lie, falsehood
a trivial lie; "he told a fib about eating his spinach"; "how can I stop my child from telling stories?"
tale bearers
plural form of tale bearer
tale of the tape
by extension statistics given to compare two people or entities
tale of the tape
the pre-fight measurements made of the combatants
tall tale
A greatly exaggerated, fantastic story

He returned on Monday with a tall tale about a 100-pound fish he had caught.

take up the thread of a tale
continue a story where it left off, finish a story from the point where it stopped
tall tale
an improbable (unusual or incredible or fanciful) story
tall tale
A tall tale is a long and complicated story that is difficult to believe because most of the events it describes seem unlikely or impossible. the imaginative tall tales of sailors
fairy tale
A folktale featuring fairies or similar fantasy characters
fairy-tale
Of the nature of a fairy tale; as if from a fairy tale

a fairy-tale romance.

old wives' tale
A rumour, myth or superstition; something which is almost certainly untrue, despite acceptance by many
old wives' tale
A supposed truth that has been passed down by word of mouth
tales
A person available to fill vacancies in a jury
tales
A book or register of people available to fill jury vacancies
tales
plural form of tale
tell-tale compass
Alternative spelling of telltale compass
morality tale
(Edebiyat) The morality play is a genre of Medieval and early Tudor theatrical entertainment. In their own time, these plays were known as "interludes", a broader term given to dramas with or without a moral theme. Morality plays are a type of allegory in which the protagonist is met by personifications of various moral attributes who try to prompt him to choose a godly life over one of evil. The plays were most popular in Europe during the 15th and 16th centuries. Having grown out of the religiously based mystery plays of the Middle Ages, they represented a shift towards a more secular base for European theatre
A Tale of Two Cities
a novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris at the time of the French Revolution. The start of the book is very well known: 'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...'. Another famous part is the thoughts of one of the main characters, Sydney Carton, when he is about to be killed by the guillotine instead of another man that he is pretending to be, so that the other man can live: 'It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done' (1859)
A Tale of Two Cities
{i} novel written in 1859 by Charles Dickens which takes place in of Paris and London during the years that lead up to the French Revolution
A Tale of a Tub
a satire by Jonathan Swift about religious extremism. It tells of three brothers, Peter, who represents the Roman Catholic church; Jack, who represents the extreme Protestants, and Martin, who represents the Anglican church
cautionary tale
story with a straightforward plot that serves to warn about possible dangers or teach lessons in character
dilemma tale
or judgment tale Typical African form of short story. Its ending is open to conjecture or is morally ambiguous, allowing the audience to comment or speculate on the correct solution to the problem posed, whether a conflict of loyalty, the need to choose a just response to a difficult situation, or the laying of blame when several parties seem equally guilty. Dilemma tales function both as instruction and entertainment and help establish social norms
fairy tale
exaggerated made-up story for young children falling action section of a story following the climax fantasy a highly exaggerated or improbable story that features events, characters, and/or settings that are not found in real-life experience fiction any narrative that is invented or imagined; because fiction may be based on actual events, it may seem very realistic foreshadowing a hint of events to come later; prepares the reader for the climax, denouement, and character changes form general term referring to the way in which a selection is put together, its "shape" or structure; sometimes called "the how" of the selection frame single, complete image in film, cartoons, or pictures; frame can also refer to the outside boundary of the image or what is contained within this boundary free verse poem that doesn't rhyme and has no regular structure
fairy tale
A tale of fiction, usually for children, with fanciful characters
fairy tale
a story about fairies; told to amuse children
fairy tale
A story relating the adventures of fanciful beings who appear in human form they have the power to regulate the lives of people for good or evil, and may change themselves into any shape at any time
fairy tale
Like a folktale in form, but told specifically for children and involves more literary elements
fairy tale
an interesting but highly implausible story; often told as an excuse
fairy tale
story involving fantastic forces and beings (fairies, witches, etc.); imaginary or incredible story created to mislead others
fairy tale
A fairy tale is a story for children involving magical events and imaginary creatures. She was like a princess in a fairy tale. Simple narrative typically of folk origin dealing with supernatural beings. Fairy tales may be written or told for the amusement of children or may have a more sophisticated narrative containing supernatural or obviously improbable events, scenes, and personages and often having a whimsical, satirical, or moralistic character. The term embraces popular folktales such as "Cinderella" and "Puss in Boots," as well as art fairy tales of later invention, such as those by Hans Christian Andersen. It is often difficult to distinguish between tales of literary and oral origin, because folktales have received literary treatment from early times, and literary tales can often be traced back to oral tradition
fairy tale
Like a folktale in form, but told specifically for children and involves more literary elements
fairy tale
A story relating the adventures of fanciful beings who appear in human form they have the power to regulate the lives of people for good or evil, and may change themselves into any shape at any time
fairy tale
exaggerated made-up story for young children falling action section of a story following the climax fantasy a highly exaggerated or improbable story that features events, characters, and/or settings that are not found in real-life experience fiction any narrative that is invented or imagined; because fiction may be based on actual events, it may seem very realistic foreshadowing a hint of events to come later; prepares the reader for the climax, denouement, and character changes form general term referring to the way in which a selection is put together, its "shape" or structure; sometimes called "the how" of the selection frame single, complete image in film, cartoons, or pictures; frame can also refer to the outside boundary of the image or what is contained within this boundary free verse poem that doesn't rhyme and has no regular structure
fairy tale
a story about fairies; told to amuse children
fairy tale
an interesting but highly implausible story; often told as an excuse
fairy tale
A tale of fiction, usually for children, with fanciful characters
folk tale
story originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region (usually transmitted orally)
old wives' tale
a bit of lore passed on by word of mouth
old wives' tale
An old wives' tale is a traditional belief, especially one which is incorrect. Ann Bradley dispels the old wives' tales and gives the medical facts. A superstitious belief or story belonging to traditional folklore
sound like a fairy tale
sound like an imaginary story
tales
plural of tale
tales
A writ to summon people to court to fill vacancies in a jury
tales
The writ by which such persons are summoned
tales
{i} people called to serve in the jury in the event of deficient juror; written document calling for the summons of said tales
tales
Persons added to a jury, commonly from those in or about the courthouse, to make up any deficiency in the number of jurors regularly summoned, being like, or such as, the latter
tell its own tale
testify against himself, give testimony about his own actions
tell-tale
Something that is described as telltale gives away information, often about something bad that would otherwise not be noticed. Only occasionally did the telltale redness around his eyes betray the fatigue he was suffering
tells its own tale
speaks for itself, does not need additional explanation
trickster tale
In oral traditions worldwide, a story of deceit, magic, and violence perpetrated by a mythical animal-human (trickster). The trickster-hero is both creator god and innocent fool, evil destroyer and childlike prankster. Coyote, the trickster of tales from American Indian peoples in California and the Southwest, is one of the most widely known. In the Pacific Northwest, the trickster is Raven. Many African peoples also have tales about tricksters (hare, spider, tortoise, etc.), which slaves brought to the New World. Tales involving the trickster Brer Rabbit were given literary form by Joel Chandler Harris
tale

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    teyl

    Zıt anlamlılar

    non-fiction

    Telaffuz

    /ˈtāl/ /ˈteɪl/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'tA(&)l ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English talu, from Proto-Germanic *talō(n) 'talk' (compare Dutch taal 'language', Danish tale), from *talan 'number, counting' (compare Old English tæl, West Frisian/Dutch tal, German Zahl, Danish tal), from Proto-Indo-European *del- 'to reckon, count' (compare Latin dolus 'guile, deceit', Ancient Greek dólos 'wile, bait', Old Armenian տող (toł) 'row'). Related to tell, talk.

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