en
evoke

Meaning: tr
çağrışım yapmak, anımsatmak, hatırlatmak
Guide us to the straight path – the path of those upon whom You have bestowed favor, not of those who have evoked Your anger or of those who are astray.
This cuisine is seasoned to evoke the esprit of Paris.
The house where we spent our first days is unforgettable. It is the best and most loved one. That is where my youngest sister learned to walk in December. Even the smallest corners of every room evoke sweet memories.
The music evokes memories of an earlier time.
The fireside evoked a pleasant warmth against the chill of mid-winter.
I recommend absolutely everyone to look at this painting. It evokes inexpressible emotions and forces one to think deeply.
Her voice evokes the noise of the freeway.
The turquoise colour evokes the colour of clear water, it's a light and pale blue.
The translator's task is to find the power in their language that evokes an echo of the originals; the echo of the translator's language must also provide a reverberation of the work, the echo of the foreign language.
The word "house" evokes the mental image of a rectangular building with a roof and smoking chimney, which may be surrounded by grass and trees and inhabited by a happy family.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 726

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