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image /ˈɪmɪdʒ/ noun [countable]


منعکس کردن ، نقش کردن ، تصویر کردن نشان دادن ، عکس ، نقش ، نگار ، صورت ، شبیه سازی ، پیکر ، مجسمه ، تمثال ، شکل ، پنداره ، شمایل ، تصویر ، پندار ، تصور ، خیالی ، منظر ، مجسم کردن ، خوب شرح دادن ، مجسم ساختن ، علوم مهندسی: تصور سیما ، کامپیوتر: تصویر ، الکترونیک: تصویر الکتریکی ، عمران: مجسمه ، معماری: تندیس ، روانشناسی: تصویر ذهنی ، علوم نظامی: عکس هوایی
الکترونیک: تصویر ، کامپیوتر: منعکس کردن ، نقش کردن ، تصویر کردن نشان دادن ، تصویر ، عکس ، مجسمه ، شکل ، نقش ، تصور سیما ، علوم مهندسی: نگار ، شکل ، صورت ، شبیه سازی ، تمثال ، پیکر ، تندیس ، معماری: تصویر ، عکس هوایی ، علوم نظامی: مجسمه ، عمران: تصویر ذهنی ، روانشناسی: تصویر الکتریکی ، الکترونیک: مجسمه ، تمثال ، شکل ، پنداره ، شمایل ، تصویر، پندار، تصور، خیالی ، منظر، مجسم کردن ، خوب شرح دادن ، مجسم ساختنتصویر ، کامپیوتر: منعکس کردن ، نقش کردن ، تصویر کردن نشان دادن ، تصویر ، عکس ، مجسمه ، شکل ، نقش ، تصور سیما ، علوم مهندسی: نگار ، شکل ، صورت ، شبیه سازی ، تمثال ، پیکر ، تندیس ، معماری: تصویر ، عکس هوایی ، علوم نظامی: مجسمه ، عمران: تصویر ذهنی ، روانشناسی: تصویر الکتریکی ، الکترونیک: مجسمه ، تمثال ، شکل ، پنداره ، شمایل ، تصویر، پندار، تصور، خیالی ، منظر، مجسم کردن ، خوب شرح دادن ، مجسم ساختن کامپیوتر: عکس ، فایلهای تصویری از دیسکها

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

image
[noun]
Synonyms:
- representation, effigy, figure, icon, idol, likeness, picture, portrait, statue
- replica, counterpart, (dead) ringer (slang), Doppelgänger, double, facsimile, spitting image (informal)
- concept, idea, impression, mental picture, perception
Related Idioms: chip off the old block, dead ringer, speaking likeness, spit and image
Related Words: counterpart, equal, equivalent, match
English Thesaurus: appearance, looks, image, aspect, picture, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

image S2 W1 AC /ˈɪmɪdʒ/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: imagene, from Latin imago]

1. PUBLIC OPINION the opinion people have of a person, organization, product etc, or the way a person, organization etc seems to be to the public ⇒ reputation
image of
attempts to improve the image of the police

2. IDEA IN MIND a picture that you have in your mind, especially about what someone or something is like or the way they look
image of
He had no visual image of her, only her name.
He had the clearest image in his mind of his mother and father.

3. PICTURE/WHAT YOU SEE
a) a picture of an object in a mirror or in the lens of a camera:
She peered closely at her image in the mirror.
b) a picture on the screen of a television, cinema, or computer:
Jill Sharpe was little more than a name, a glossy image on a television screen.
c) a picture or shape of a person or thing that is copied onto paper or is cut in wood or stone:
carved images

4. DESCRIPTION a word, phrase, or picture that describes an idea in a poem, book, film etc:
He paints a very romantic image of working-class communities.

5. be the (very/living/spitting) image of somebody to look exactly like someone or something else:
He’s the spitting image of his mother.

6. in the image of somebody/something literary in the same form or shape as someone or something else:
According to the Bible, man was made in the image of God.
mirror image

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

image
noun
I. impression of sb/sth given to the public
ADJ. positive | negative | upmarket | downmarket | tarnished The party needs to clean up its somewhat tarnished image.
clean-cut, girl-next-door, wholesome She was aiming for a wholesome, girl-next-door image.
macho | hackneyed the hackneyed image of the poor student
media, public, screen In real life she looks nothing like her screen image.
brand, corporate Champagne houses owe their success to brand image.
VERB + IMAGE create The company needs to create a new image for itself.
present, project, promote a book which presents positive images of older people
aim for, go for | change | clean up, enhance, improve, polish, revive an effort to improve the organization's public image
keep up, live up to The group has failed to live up to its macho image.
discard, shed The industry is trying to shed its negative image.
tarnish

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

image
II. mental picture of sb/sth
ADJ. powerful, vivid | sudden She had a sudden mental image of herself in a wedding dress.
positive | negative | distorted the distorted images in his dreams
popular | stereotyped/stereotypical | mental | literary, poetic | dream
VERB + IMAGE have | conjure up, summon up Dieting always seems to conjure up images of endless cottage cheese salads. the ability to summon up images in the mind
build up I like to build up images of the characters and setting before I start to write.
use | reinforce Treating disabled people like children only reinforces negative images of disability.
PREP. ~ from images from his past

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

image
III. copy
ADJ. living, spitting He's the spitting image of his father!
mirror Charity was a mirror image of her twin. (figurative) The return journey was almost a mirror image of the outward one (= the same things happened in the reverse order).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

image
IV. picture
ADJ. disturbing, poignant, powerful, striking powerful and disturbing images of the war
visual The visual image is steadily replacing the written word.
flickering, moving flickering images on a screen
still the use of still and moving video images
colour | black-and-white, monochrome | photographic, video | screen Each illustration is displayed as a complete screen image.
digital | graven (literary) It was forbidden to worship graven (= carved) images.
religious | pornographic
VERB + IMAGE produce the images produced on laser printers
capture, scan She longed to capture the image on film.
edit | display, show the pixel information used to display a digital image
store You can store these images in a separate computer file.
juxtapose The display juxtaposed images from serious and popular art.
IMAGE + VERB show sth heat images that show where most of the activity in the brain is
IMAGE + NOUN capture, processing | database
 ⇒ Special page at COMPUTER

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

image

a good/positive image
We want to give people a positive image of the town.
a bad/negative image
It’s difficult to explain why the industry has such a bad image.
Many negative images of women are found in the media.
a wholesome/clean-cut image (=morally good and never doing anything bad)
The recent scandal has damaged his clean-cut image.
an upmarket image British English, an upscale image American English (=expensive and good quality)
The company is trying to promote an upmarket image.
a downmarket image British English, a downscale image American English (=cheap and not good quality)
The store has struggled to break away from its downmarket image.
the traditional image of something
They want to improve the traditional image of English food.
the popular image of something
The popular image of the spy as a glamorous figure of mystery is far from the reality.
sb’s/sth’s public image (=the image that many people have of someone or something)
Her public image does not reflect the way she behaves in private.
sb’s screen image (=how someone seems in films or on TV)
He had cultivated a screen image as a ruthless tough guy.
a macho image (=sb’s image as a man who is strong and tough)
He was keen to project a macho image in this film.
have an image
The product has a rather downmarket image.
create an image
The company is trying to create an image of quality and reliability.
improve your image
The casino industry was keen to improve its image.
damage your image
Has this scandal damaged the company’s image?
live up to your image (=be like the image you have presented of yourself)
He has certainly lived up to his wild rock-star image.
present/project/promote an image (=behave in a way that creates a particular image)
He presented an image of himself as an energetic young leader.
cultivate an image (=try to encourage or develop an image)
He was trying to cultivate an image of himself as an intellectual.
tarnish an image (=damage it slightly)
His behaviour has tarnished the image of the sport.
clean up your image (=improve your image after it has been damaged)
The pop star promised to clean up his image after he was released from prison.
lose/shed an image (=get rid of it)
The party struggled to lose its image of being somewhat old-fashioned.
an image problem
Politicians have an image problem as far as many young people are concerned.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

image
ˈɪmɪdʒ
See: spitting image or spit and image

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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