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characterisation

  • 1 characterisation

    • tuntomerkit
    * * *
    noun luonnehdinta

    English-Finnish dictionary > characterisation

  • 2 character

    • olemus
    • ominaisuudet
    • ominaisuus
    • romaanihenkilö
    • roolihahmo
    • rohtua
    • todistus
    • ihmisluonne
    • tuntomerkki
    • työtodistus
    • tunnusmerkki
    • tunnus
    • henkilökuva
    • henkilötyyppi
    • henkilöhahmo
    • henkilö
    • aakkonen
    • karakterisoida
    • karaktääri
    • kirjainmerkki
    • kirjain
    printing (graphic) industry
    • kirjoitusmerkki
    • leima
    • hahmo
    • merkki
    • perusolemus
    • peruspiirteet
    • persoonallisuus
    • maine
    • laatu
    • luonnonlaatu
    • luonne
    • luonteenlaatu
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    'kærəktə 1. noun
    1) (the set of qualities that make someone or something different from others; type: You can tell a man's character from his handwriting; Publicity of this character is not good for the firm.) luonne
    2) (a set of qualities that are considered admirable in some way: He showed great character in dealing with the danger.) luonteenlujuus
    3) (reputation: They tried to damage his character.) maine
    4) (a person in a play, novel etc: Rosencrantz is a minor character in Shakespeare's `Hamlet'.) henkilö(hahmo)
    5) (an odd or amusing person: This fellow's quite a character!) tyyppi
    6) (a letter used in typing etc: Some characters on this typewriter are broken.) kirjain(merkki)
    2. noun
    (a typical quality: It is one of his characteristics to be obstinate.) ominaispiirre
    - characterize
    - characterise
    - characterization
    - characterisation

    English-Finnish dictionary > character

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  • characterisation — (n.) British English spelling of CHARACTERIZATION (Cf. characterization); for spelling, see IZE (Cf. ize) …   Etymology dictionary

  • characterisation — (Brit.) n. character description; creation of characters in a play or novel etc. (also characterization) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Characterisation (law) — Conflict of laws Preliminiari …   Wikipedia

  • Characterisation (conflict) — In Conflict of Laws, characterisation is the second stage in the procedure to resolve a lawsuit involving a foreign law element. This process is described in English law as classification and as qualification in French law. In those cases where a …   Wikipedia

  • characterisation — British variant of characterization …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Characterisation — Characterization is a process of conveying information about characters in fiction or conversation. Characters are usually present by description and through their actions, speech, and thoughts.=Characterization in Drama=In performance an actor… …   Wikipedia

  • characterisation — char|ac|ter|i|sa|tion [ ,kerəktərı zeıʃn ] a British spelling of characterization …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • characterisation — UK [ˌkærɪktəraɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n] / US [ˌkerəktərɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n] characterization …   English dictionary

  • characterisation — /ˌkærəktəraɪˈzeɪʃən/ (say .karuhktuhruy zayshuhn) noun 1. portrayal; description. 2. the act of characterising. 3. the creation of fictitious characters. Also, characterization …   Australian-English dictionary

  • characterisation — noun 1. a graphic or vivid verbal description too often the narrative was interrupted by long word pictures the author gives a depressing picture of life in Poland the pamphlet contained brief characterizations of famous Vermonters • Syn: ↑word… …   Useful english dictionary

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