en
portray

Meaning: tr
portresini yapmak, tasvir etmek
The price of a work of art, even if it itself does not change, can increase depending on how the artist's identity is portrayed at exhibition.
There are many more talents than the media portrays.
Israel is portrayed in the media as the only democracy in the Middle East. Is that true?
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 central role in the rise of Algerian nationalism and the liberation of Algeria.
In this film they both portray notorious gang leaders.
Unfortunately, the Internet gives extremists and intolerants of all persuasions an equal opportunity to portray wrongful and dangerous views.
Yanni's painting portrays sad characters.
Beethoven's music portrays the whole spectrum of human emotions, from exhilarating joy to deep despair.
Sami still likes to portray himself as an innocent victim.
In Christianity, God is portrayed like a man.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 757

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