veil

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İngilizce - Türkçe
peçe ile örtmek
{i} peçe

Bu gelin yüzünü bir peçe ile örtüyor. - This bride is covering her face with a veil.

O, yaralarını gizlemek için bir peçe takar. - She wears a veil to hide her wounds.

{i} duvak
{i} başörtüsü
bürgü
(Arılık) arıcı maskesi
{i} örtü

Elitizm in eleştirisi genellikle entelektüel karşıtı örtülüdür. - Criticism of elitism is often veiled anti-intellectualism.

Elitizm in eleştirisi çoğunlukla anti-entellektüelciliğin örtülü bir biçimidir. - Criticism of elitism is often a veiled form of anti-intellectualism.

maske
paravana
yaşmak
saklamak
{f} örterek sakla
gizlemek

O, yaralarını gizlemek için bir peçe takar. - She wears a veil to hide her wounds.

(neyise) örten ya da gizleyen şey
(Tıp) Amnion kesesinin çocuğun yüzünü örten kısmı
{f} maskelemek
{i} perde [fot.]
{i} peçe; yaşmak: She raised her veil. Peçesini açtı
(isim) peçe, başörtüsü, yaşmak, duvak, rahibe başlığı, örtü, perde [fot.], maske, bahane
(Tıp) Yumuşak damak
perde maske
{i} rahibe başlığı
{i} bahane
{f} peçe takmak
{i} örtü, perde: a veil of dust toz perdesi. behind a veil of secrecy bir gizlilik
(Tekstil) örtü, yaşmak; duvak, tül; peçe
perde (foto)
perdelemek
duva
veiled
{s} örtülü

Elitizm in eleştirisi çoğunlukla anti-entellektüelciliğin örtülü bir biçimidir. - Criticism of elitism is often a veiled form of anti-intellectualism.

Elitizm in eleştirisi genellikle entellektüelizm üzerine örtülü bir saldırıdır. - Criticism of elitism is often a veiled attack on intellectualism.

veil oneself
kapanmak
veil oneself
örtünmek
veil cloud
tül bulut
veil of ignorance
umursamazlık peçesi
veil of ignorance
(Felsefe) Bilmemezlik peçesi: John Rawls'un "A Theory of Justice" kitabında dile getirdiği, ideal toplumda ahlaklılık ölçütünün belirlenmesi öncesindeki durum
veil peçe, yasmak; örten ya da gizleyen sey, maske, paravana
(bir şeyi) peçe ile örtmek
veil torn
yırtık peçe
veil worn by muslim women
Müslüman kadınlar tarafından giyilen peçe
veil, cover, hide
Gizlemek kapak peçe
veil cloud
(Meteoroloji) tülbulut
veiled
üstü kapalı

Üstü kapalı bir tehdit mi bu? - Is that a veiled threat?

veiled
imalı
veiled
örtülmüş
veils
peçe
bee veil
arı maskesi
draw a veil over
üstüne perde çekmek
draw a veil over sth
bir şeyin üstüne perde çekmek
veiled
gizli
veiled
peçe takmış
veiled
saklı
veiled
dolaylı
veiled
{f} örterek sakla
veiled
örtük
veiling
{i} örtü
veiling
{f} örterek sakla
veiling
peçelik kumaş
face veil
yüzü peçe
to veil
peçe için
to veil
tüle
veiled
Örtük, örtüye bürünmüş
veiled
örterek sakla(mak)
veiling
örterek
veils
perdeler
behind a veil of secrecy
bir gizlilik perdesi ardında
beyond the veil
öbür dünyada
bridal veil
duvak
draw a veil over
maskelemek
draw a veil over
gizlemek
mourning veil
(Tekstil) matem peçesi
take the veil
rahibe olmak
un#veil
bir
under the veil of charity
hayırseverlik kisvesi altında
veiled
kısık
veiled
{s} yaşmaklı
veiled
imalı/peçeli
veiled
{s} peçeli
veiled
peçeyle ört
veiling
{i} peçelenme
veiling
peçe kumaşı
veiling
donukluk
veiling
gizlenme
veiling
örtü<örterek>
veiling
örterek saklama
İngilizce - İngilizce
Something hung up, or spread out, to intercept the view, and hide an object; a cover; a curtain; esp., a screen, usually of gauze, crape, or similar diaphanous material, to hide or protect the face

Beckett complains that in the forest of symbols there is never quiet, and longs to break through the veil of language to silence.

To don, or garb with, a veil
The calyptra of mosses
To conceal as with a veil

The forest fire was veiled by smoke, but I could hear it clearly.

A covering for a person or thing; as, a caul; a nun's veil; a paten veil; an altar veil; a Moslem veil
A thin layer of tissue which is attached to or covers a mushroom
A membrane connecting the margin of the pileus of a mushroom with the stalk; -- called also velum
Same as velum, 4
A cover; disguise; a mask; a pretense
{v} to cover, hide, conceal, invest
{n} a cover to conceal the face; see vail
to obscure, or conceal with or as if with a veil; "women in Afghanistan veil their faces
to obscure, or conceal with or as if with a veil; "women in Afghanistan veil their faces"
An ultrathin surfacing mat used to increase the resin content at the surface of the profile
Something hung up, or spread out, to intercept the view, and hide an object; a cover; a curtain; esp
the inner embryonic membrane of higher vertebrates (especially when covering the head at birth)
Same as Velum, 3
Appears as inclusion in clear Quartz It looks like a veil of very fine Gossamer inside the crystal Holds the energy of a mystery which the crystal can unfold
Human term for the mists of Widow's Veil Swamp
{f} cover; hide
thin cloth draped over head, sometimes to cover face Used for modesty and mourning
If you draw a veil over something, you stop talking about it because it is too unpleasant to talk about. The clamour to draw a veil over the minister's extra-marital activities reeks of hypocrisy
A covering for a person or thing; as, a nun's veil; a paten veil; an altar veil
To invest; to cover; to hide; to conceal
make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing; "a hidden message"; "a veiled threat"
A veil is a piece of thin soft cloth that women sometimes wear over their heads and which can also cover their face. She's got long fair hair but she's got a veil over it
A covering for a person or thing; as, a caul; a nuns veil; a paten veil; an altar veil; a Moslem veil
You can refer to something that hides or partly hides a situation or activity as a veil. The country is ridding itself of its disgraced prime minister in a veil of secrecy The chilling facts behind this veil of silence were slow to emerge
To throw a veil over; to cover with a veil
{i} length of cloth worn by women as a face covering; netting attached to a woman's hat; something which hides or conceals (such as a curtain); nun's headdress; vow's of a nun; membrane which covers an immature mushroom
At one time men wore veils, as St Ambrose testifies He speaks of the “silken garments and the veils interwoven with gold, with which the bodies of rich men are encompassed ” (St Ambrose lived 340-397 )
a screen, usually of gauze, crape, or similar diaphnous material, to hide or protect the face
You can refer to something that you can partly see through, for example a mist, as a veil. The eruption has left a thin veil of dust in the upper atmosphere = haze
A membrane connecting the margin of the pileus of a mushroom with the stalk; called also velum
Fig
used in middle eastern dance The veil is very popular in middle eastern dance
a vestment worn by a priest at High Mass in the Roman Catholic Church; a silk shawl
a garment that covers the head and face
higab
veil of ignorance
(Felsefe) The veil of ignorance and original position are concepts introduced by John Rawls in A Theory of Justice. It is a method of determining the morality of a certain issue (e.g. slavery) based upon the following principle: imagine that societal roles were completely re-fashioned and redistributed, and that from behind your veil of ignorance you do not know what role you will be reassigned. Only then can you truly consider the morality of an issue. For example, whites in the southern United States, pre-Civil War, did indeed condone slavery, but they most likely would not have done so had there been a re-fashioning of society so that they would not know whether they would be the ones enslaved. An important feature of this thought-experiment is that you don't get to keep any aspects of your current role, even aspects that are an integral part of your self. As put by John Rawls himself ..."no one knows his place in society, his class position or social status; nor does he know his fortune in the distribution of natural assets and abilities, his intelligence and strength, and the like" (Rawls, A Theory of Justice). For example, in the imaginary society, you might or might not be intelligent, rich, or born into a preferred class. Since you may occupy any position in the society once the veil is lifted, this theory encourages thinking about society from the perspective of all members
veil of mist
heavy fog or mist
veil of secrecy
cover of secrecy, envelope of secrecy
appendiculate veil
Describes a mushroom that has partial veil remnants that are appendiculate
corporate veil
The principle of a corporation being a separate legal person from its members (ie. shareholders)
partial veil
A veil which covers the mushroom gills from the edge of the cap to the stem
universal veil
A thin layer of tissue which completely surrounds a developing mushroom
veiled
Simple past tense and past participle of veil
A veil
vele
A veil
peplum
bridal veil
{i} ceremonial face covering worn by a bride at her wedding
draw a veil over
conceal, cover, hide; obscure
drew a veil over
covered with a veil; concealed; avoided discussing
face veil
a piece of more-or-less transparent material that covers the face
humeral veil
a vestment worn by a priest at High Mass in the Roman Catholic Church; a silk shawl
humeral veil
A vestment resembling a shawl worn over the shoulders by a subdeacon during High Mass and by a priest when holding the monstrance
partial veil
membrane of the young sporophore of various mushrooms extending from the margin of the cap to the stem and is ruptured by growth; represented in mature mushroom by an annulus around the stem and sometimes a cortina on the margin of the cap
take the veil
become a nun; "The young woman took the veil after ther fiance died
take the veil
become a nun, enter a religious order
under the veil of
under the cover of, under the cloak of, covered by
universal veil
membrane initially completely investing the young sporophore of various mushrooms that is ruptured by growth; represented in the mature mushroom by a volva around lower part of stem and scales on upper surface of the cap
veiled
having or as if having a veil or concealing cover; "a veiled dancer"; "a veiled hat"; "veiled threats"; "veiled insults" ; "the night-veiled landscape"
veiled
having or as if having a veil or concealing cover; "a veiled dancer"; "a veiled hat"; "veiled threats"; "veiled insults"
veiled
Covered by, or as by, a veil; hidden
veiled
"the night-veiled landscape
veiled
muted or unclear; "veiled sounds"; "the image is veiled or foggy" having or as if having a veil or concealing cover; "a veiled dancer"; "a veiled hat"; "veiled threats"; "veiled insults" ; "the night-veiled landscape
veiled
{s} covered with a veil; concealed, hidden
veiled
A woman or girl who is veiled is wearing a veil. A veiled woman gave me a kindly smile. a veiled threat, warning, attack, reference etc is expressed so that its exact meaning is hidden or unclear
veiled
past of veil
veiled
Hidden, such as by a veil
veiled
muted or unclear; "veiled sounds"; "the image is veiled or foggy"
veiled
A veiled comment is expressed in a disguised form rather than directly and openly. He made only a veiled reference to international concerns over human rights issues This last clause is a thinly-veiled threat to those who might choose to ignore the decree
veiling
a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave
veiling
present participle of veil
veiling
A veil; a thin covering; also, material for making veils
veils
plural of veil
within the veil
in the holy of holies
veil