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  • 1 trope

    m; Ч.; инд.
    морско́й лев

    Diccionario español-ruso. América Latina

  • 2 tropo

    m.
    figure of speech, trope.
    * * *
    tropo
    nombre masculino
    1 trope
    * * *
    SM trope
    * * *
    masculino trope
    * * *
    = trope.
    Ex. The most familiar trope is that of 'the active audience', a terme which is used often in relevant literature.
    * * *
    masculino trope
    * * *
    = trope.

    Ex: The most familiar trope is that of 'the active audience', a terme which is used often in relevant literature.

    * * *
    tropo
    masculine
    trope
    * * *

    tropo m Ling figure of speech
    * * *
    tropo nm
    figure of speech, trope

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 3 figura1

    1 = figure, icon, shape.
    Ex. Figure 16 on page 24 gives an overview of searching.
    Ex. Icons, or pictorial representations of objects in systems, were pioneered by Xerox.
    Ex. If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.
    ----
    * Caballero de la Triste Figura, el = Knight of the Doleful Countenance, the.
    * escultura de figura humana = figure sculpture.
    * figura de ánfora = hourglass figure.
    * figura de cartón = cardboard cutout.
    * figura decorativa = figurehead.
    * figura de guitarra = hourglass figure.
    * figura geométrica = geometric shape, geometric pattern.
    * figura recortada = cutout [cut-out].
    * figura recortada de cartón = cardboard cutout.
    * figura retórica = figure of speech, trope.

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 4 buque de transporte de tropas

    • trooping the colours
    • trope

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés

  • 5 buque de tropas

    • trooping the colours
    • trope

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés

  • 6 ransporte de guerra

    • trooping the colours
    • trope

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés

  • 7 trasporte de guerra

    • trooping the colours
    • trope

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés

См. также в других словарях:

  • Trope (rhetorique) — Trope (rhétorique) Un trope (substantif masculin), du grec τρόπος : tropos ( tour ), ou un métasémème dans le vocabulaire du Groupe µ, est une figure de style ou figure de rhétorique, de signification destinée à embellir un texte ou à le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Trope — • A collective name which, since about the close of the Middle Ages or a little later, has been applied to texts of great variety (in both poetry and prose) written for the purpose of amplifying and embellishing an independently complete… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • trope — [ trɔp ] n. m. • 1554; lat. tropus, gr. tropos « tour, manière » ♦ Rhét. Figure par laquelle un mot ou une expression sont détournés de leur sens propre (ex. antonomase, catachrèse, métaphore, métonymie, synecdoque). « Et sur l académie, aïeule… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Trope — (from Greek τρόπος tropos , turn ) may refer to: * Trope (linguistics), a rhetorical figure of speech that consists of a play on words * Trope (literature) or Literary trope , a common theme used in storytelling. * Trope (philosophy) * Trope… …   Wikipedia

  • Trope — Trope, n. [L. tropus, Gr. ?, fr. ? to turn. See {Torture}, and cf. {Trophy}, {Tropic}, {Troubadour}, {Trover}.] (Rhet.) (a) The use of a word or expression in a different sense from that which properly belongs to it; the use of a word or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -trope — trope, tropie, tropisme ♦ Éléments, du gr. tropos « tour, direction », de trepein « tourner » : allotropie, héliotrope, isotrope, somatotrope, zootrope. trope, tropie, tropisme, tropo . éléments, du gr. tropos, tour, manière, direction ; de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -trope — element meaning that which turns, from Gk. tropos (see TROPE (Cf. trope)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • trope — 1530s, from L. tropus a figure of speech, from Gk. tropos turn, direction, turn or figure of speech, related to trope a turning and trepein to turn, from PIE root trep to turn (Cf. Skt. trapate is ashamed, confused, prop. turns away in shame; L.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • trope — ► NOUN ▪ a figurative or metaphorical use of a word or expression. ORIGIN Greek tropos turn, way, trope …   English terms dictionary

  • -trope — [trōp] [Gr tropos: see TROPE] combining form 1. forming nouns a) a turning or changing b) something that turns or changes [thaumatrope] 2. forming adjectives turning …   English World dictionary

  • trope — [trōp] n. [L tropus < Gr tropos, a turning, turn, figure of speech (akin to tropē, a turn) < trepein, to turn < IE base * trep , to turn] 1. a) the use of a word or words in a figurative sense b) a figure of speech c) figurative language …   English World dictionary

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