en
portray

Meaning: tr
portresini yapmak, tasvir etmek
He still portrays himself as being the victim.
Blind be he whoever portrayed you yet did not paint that birthmark of yours gifted by Venus herself.
Muslims are portrayed like extremists that want to kill all non-Muslims.
Sami still likes to portray himself as an innocent victim.
Shinichirō Watanabe once considered making an anime about Christopher Columbus, but came to the conclusion that not even anime was expressive enough to properly portray the surreal greatness of Columbus's exploits.
That film was an extremely inaccurate portrayal of key historical events.
Unfortunately, the Internet gives extremists and intolerants of all persuasions an equal opportunity to portray wrongful and dangerous views.
In Christianity, God is portrayed like a man.
The separatists are trying to portray Kabyles as an "endangered and persecuted ethnic minority" that needs to seek "independence" from a so-called "Algerian colonial regime." In fact, there are millions of Kabyles in Algeria; they live in every single part of the country; they are perfectly integrated at every level of the Algerian society; they are free to go, work, and live everywhere in Algreria; they intermarry with people from all over Algeria; they massively reject any separatist plans to divide Algeria and their parents and grandparents played a crucial role in the rise of Algerian nationalism and the liberation of Algeria.
Although the book cover officially credited Tom as the memoir's author, his paid ghostwriter came to regret portraying the subject of his book in a flattering light.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 659

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