nemačko - engleski rečnik

nemačko - engleski rečnik

Weise prevod

Weise

ženski ili muški rodgramatika

Sinonimi:
Art · Fasson · Formgebung · Gepräge · Machart · Manier · Stil · (Ton-) Linie · Melodei · Melodie · Tonfolge

sage
/ seɪdʒ /

imenicabotanika

Množina reči sage je sages.

Sinonimi:
salvia

Sinonimi:
salvia

ETYM Old Eng. sauge, French sauge, Latin salvia, from salvus saved, in allusion to its reputed healing virtues. Related to Safe.
1. Any of various plants of the genus Salvia; cosmopolitan; SYN. salvia.
2. Aromatic fresh or dried gray-green leaves used widely as seasoning for meats and fowl and game etc.
Perennial herb Salvia officinalis with gray-green aromatic leaves used for flavoring. It grows up to 50 cm/20 in high and has bluish lilac or pink flowers.

wise man
/ ˈwaɪz ˈmæn /

imenicagramatika

Množina reči wise man je wise men.

Sinonimi:
mentor

1. A man of unusual learning, judgment, or insight; sage
2. A man versed in esoteric lore (as of magic or astrology); especially; magus

weise

pridev

Sinonimi:
erfahren · geläutert · klug · lebenserfahren · lebensklug · mit (viel) Lebenserfahrung · vernünftig · weltklug · gelassen · gesetzt · reif

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sapient
/ seɪpɪənt /

pridev

Množina reči sapient je sapients.

Sinonimi:
perspicacious · sagacious · wise

ETYM Latin sapiens, -entis, p. pr. of sapere to taste, to have sense, to know. Related to Sage.
Wise; sage; discerning.
Wise; pretending to be wise.

wise
/ waɪz /

pridev

Množina reči wise je wises.

Sinonimi:
advisable · advised · all-knowing · forward · fresh · heady · impertinent · impudent · informed · judicious · knowing · omniscient · overbold · owlish · perspicacious · politic · prudent · sagacious · sage · sapient · sapiential · sassy · saucy · smart · well-advised · wise to

ETYM Old Eng. wise, AS. wîse.
Having or prompted by wisdom or discernment.

weise

prilog

Sinonimi:
erfahren · geläutert · klug · lebenserfahren · lebensklug · mit (viel) Lebenserfahrung · vernünftig · weltklug · gelassen · gesetzt · reif

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wisely
/ waɪzli /

prilog

Sinonimi:
sagely · with wisdom · showing wisdom

Sinonimi:
sagely

In a wise manner; SYN. sagely, with wisdom, showing wisdom.

Weise

ženski rodgramatika

Sinonimi:
Art · Fasson · Formgebung · Gepräge · Machart · Manier · Stil · (Ton-) Linie · Melodei · Melodie · Tonfolge

Prevedi Weise na: srpski · francuski

air
/ er /

imenica

air je nebrojiva imenica

Sinonimi:
airwave

Sinonimi:
air travel · airwave · atmosphere · aura · aviation · breeze · gentle wind · line · melodic line · melodic phrase · melody · strain · tune · zephyr

ETYM Old Eng. air, eir, French air, Latin aër, from Greek aer, air, mist, for aeier, from root ai to blow, breathe. Related to Aëry, Debonair, Malaria, Wind.
(Homonyms: err, heir).
1. A mixture of gases (especially oxygen) required for breathing.
2. The atmosphere; wind.
3. The region above the ground.
4. A distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing: SYN. aura, atmosphere.
5. A distinctive manner.
6. Medium for radio and television broadcasting; SYN. airwave.
7. (Archaic) The gaseous substance once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe.

air
/ er /

imenicamuzika

air je nebrojiva imenica

See ayre.

manner
/ mænər /

imenica

Množina reči manner je manners.

Sinonimi:
mode · style · way · fashion · personal manner

Sinonimi:
fashion · mode · personal manner · style · way

ETYM Old Eng. manere, French maničre, from Old Fren. manier, adj, manual, skillful, handy, from (assumed) Late Lat. manarius, for Latin manuarius belonging to the hand, from manus the hand. Related to Manual.
(Homonym: manor).
1. A kind.
2. A manner of performance; SYN. mode, style, way, fashion.
3. A way of acting or behaving; SYN. personal manner.

melody
/ melədi /

imenicamuzika

Množina reči melody je melodies.

Sinonimi:
tonal pattern

Sinonimi:
air · line · melodic line · melodic phrase · strain · tonal pattern · tune

ETYM Old Eng. melodie, French mélodie, Latin melodia, from Greek, a singing, choral song, from melos song, tune + aiedein to sing. Related to Ode.
The perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes; SYN. tonal pattern.
In music, a distinctive sequence of notes sounded consecutively within an orderly pitch structure such as a scale or a mode. A melody may be a tune in its own right, or it may form a theme running through a longer piece of music.
The expressive component of melody is related to an intuitive balance between the expression of movement, through change of pitch, and an expectation that certain constant features should emerge. The underlying constant features are the scale or mode; in Western music these are enhanced by key and harmony.

tune
/ tuːn /

imenicamuzika

Množina reči tune je tunes.

Sinonimi:
melody · air · strain · melodic line · line · melodic phrase

Sinonimi:
air · line · melodic line · melodic phras · melody · strain

ETYM A variant of tone.
A succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; SYN. melody, air, strain, melodic line, line, melodic phrase.

way
/ weɪ /

imenica

Množina reči way je ways.

Sinonimi:
path · way of life · ways

Sinonimi:
agency · direction · elbow room · fashio · manner · means · mode · path · room · style · way of life

ETYM Old Eng. wey, way, as. weg.
(Homonym: weigh, whey).
1. A course of conduct; SYN. path, way of life.
2. A general category of things; used in the expression.
3. A journey or passage.
4. A portion of something divided into shares.
5. Any road or path affording passage from one place to another.
6. Doing as one pleases or chooses.
7. The condition of things generally; or.
8. The property of distance in general; (colloquial); SYN. ways.

Weiße

ženski rod

Sinonimi:
Blässe · Blassheit · fahle Farbe · Fahlheit · Farblosigkeit · Weißbier · Weizen · Weizenbier

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Christian Felix, 1726, 1804, dt. Schriftst.; Schöpfer des dt. Rokoko-Singspiels.

whiteness
/ waɪtnəs /

imenica

Množina reči whiteness je whitenesses.

Sinonimi:
innocenc · pureness · purity · sinlessness · white

ETYM AS. hwîtness.
1. The quality or state of being white; white color, or freedom from darkness or obscurity on the surface.
2. Want of a sanguineous tinge; paleness; as from terror, grief, etc.
3. Freedom from stain or blemish; purity; cleanness.
4. Nakedness.

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