picture, image, icon, ikon(noun)
a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface
"they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
figure, flick, look-alike, video, figure of speech, mental picture, range, paradigm, film, epitome, moving picture, simulacrum, impression, depiction, characterization, picture, effigy, motion-picture show, mental image, trope, ikon, scene, movie, characterisation, word-painting, pic, delineation, double, exposure, image, persona, photo, range of a function, motion picture, pictorial matter, photograph, icon, prototype, painting, word picture, moving-picture show, picture show
graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface
"a small painting by Picasso"; "he bought the painting as an investment"; "his pictures hang in the Louvre"
delineation, video, painting, motion-picture show, scene, mental picture, pictorial matter, movie, moving-picture show, ikon, icon, pic, exposure, house painting, image, photograph, depiction, word-painting, characterization, characterisation, word picture, film, motion picture, photo, picture show, flick, moving picture, picture, impression
mental picture, picture, impression(noun)
a clear and telling mental image
"he described his mental picture of his assailant"; "he had no clear picture of himself or his world"; "the events left a permanent impression in his mind"
belief, flick, stamp, video, mental picture, imprint, film, moving picture, impression, depiction, printing, characterization, effect, picture, motion-picture show, opinion, ikon, movie, scene, delineation, characterisation, word-painting, pic, exposure, image, photo, motion picture, pictorial matter, notion, photograph, icon, depression, feeling, painting, word picture, moving-picture show, picture show
a situation treated as an observable object
"the political picture is favorable"; "the religious scene in England has changed in the last century"
prospect, flick, video, aspect, setting, film, tantrum, view, fit, moving picture, vista, impression, depiction, characterization, picture, motion-picture show, pic, ikon, scene, scenery, movie, characterisation, panorama, word-painting, shot, mental picture, delineation, exposure, image, conniption, photo, motion picture, pictorial matter, photograph, icon, painting, word picture, moving-picture show, picture show
picture, pictorial matter(noun)
illustrations used to decorate or explain a text
"the dictionary had many pictures"
delineation, video, scene, motion-picture show, mental picture, characterisation, movie, moving-picture show, ikon, icon, pic, exposure, pictorial matter, image, depiction, word-painting, picture, characterization, photo, photograph, film, motion picture, painting, picture show, flick, word picture, moving picture, impression
movie, film, picture, moving picture, moving-picture show, motion picture, motion-picture show, picture show, pic, flick(noun)
a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement
"they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"
delineation, cinema, moving-picture show, impression, motion-picture show, scene, mental picture, characterisation, movie, flick, ikon, icon, pic, exposure, pictorial matter, image, photograph, plastic film, word-painting, photo, depiction, painting, characterization, video, word picture, film, motion picture, photographic film, picture show, moving picture, picture, celluloid
the visible part of a television transmission
"they could still receive the sound but the picture was gone"
delineation, impression, painting, motion-picture show, scene, mental picture, characterisation, video recording, movie, moving-picture show, ikon, icon, pic, exposure, pictorial matter, image, photograph, depiction, word-painting, flick, characterization, video, word picture, film, motion picture, photo, picture show, moving picture, telecasting, picture, television
word picture, word-painting, delineation, depiction, picture, characterization, characterisation(noun)
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"
personation, portrayal, flick, portraying, mental picture, film, moving picture, depicting, impression, depiction, limning, characterization, picture, motion-picture show, video, ikon, movie, scene, delineation, characterisation, word-painting, pic, line drawing, exposure, image, photo, motion picture, pictorial matter, photograph, icon, enactment, painting, word picture, moving-picture show, picture show
a typical example of some state or quality
"the very picture of a modern general"; "she was the picture of despair"
delineation, video, scene, motion-picture show, mental picture, characterisation, movie, moving-picture show, ikon, icon, pic, exposure, pictorial matter, image, depiction, word-painting, characterization, photo, photograph, film, motion picture, painting, picture show, flick, word picture, moving picture, impression
photograph, photo, exposure, picture, pic(verb)
a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
delineation, video, painting, motion-picture show, scene, photo, characterisation, movie, moving-picture show, ikon, icon, pic, exposure, pictorial matter, image, depiction, word-painting, word picture, mental picture, characterization, photograph, film, motion picture, vulnerability, picture show, flick, moving picture, picture, impression
visualize, visualise, envision, project, fancy, see, figure, picture, image(verb)
imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
"I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
ensure, project, interpret, examine, look, experience, get word, visualise, watch, assure, image, fancy, run across, go steady, protrude, learn, cast, run into, enter, discover, escort, jut, pick up, visit, reckon, jut out, consider, forecast, come across, cypher, get a line, externalize, get wind, contrive, take care, calculate, control, ascertain, insure, attend, compute, date, realize, see, check, stick out, foresee, meet, propose, witness, go for, count on, catch, construe, design, estimate, regard, visualize, picture, plan, find, work out, go through, take in, view, take to, throw, hear, render, externalise, go out, envision, determine, see to it, encounter, figure, find out, cipher, understand, depict, show, send off, realise
picture, depict, render, show(verb)
show in, or as in, a picture
"This scene depicts country life"; "the face of the child is rendered with much tenderness in this painting"
supply, figure, express, hand over, demo, try, exhibit, register, show, return, establish, depict, shew, deliver, fork over, fork up, present, read, indicate, evidence, point, record, furnish, see, testify, fancy, picture, translate, visualize, usher, give, envision, turn in, designate, limn, show up, render, evince, provide, prove, image, yield, demonstrate, portray, fork out, draw, visualise, generate, describe, interpret, project, submit, bear witness
picture(noun)An image; a representation as in the imagination.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A sketch is a rough, suggestive presentation of anything, whether graphic or literary, commonly intended to be preliminary to a more complete or extended treatment. An outline gives only the bounding or determining lines of a figure or a scene; a sketch may give not only lines, but shading and color, but is hasty and incomplete. The lines of a sketch are seldom so full and continuous as those of an outline, being, like the shading or color, little more than indications or suggestions according to which a finished picture may be made; the artist's first representation of a sunset, the hues of which change so rapidly, must of necessity be a sketch. Draft and plan apply especially to mechanical drawing, of which outline, sketch, and drawing are also used; a plan is strictly a view from above, as of a building or machine, giving the lines of a horizontal section, originally at the level of the ground, now in a wider sense at any height; as, a plan of the cellar; a plan of the attic. A mechanical drawing is always understood to be in full detail; a draft is an incomplete or unfinished drawing; a design is such a preliminary sketch as indicates the object to be accomplished or the result to be attained, and is understood to be original. One may make a drawing of any well-known mechanism, or a drawing from another man's design; but if he says, "The design is mine," he claims it as his own invention or composition. In written composition an outline gives simply the main divisions, and in the case of a sermon is often called a skeleton; a somewhat fuller suggestion of illustration, treatment, and style is given in a sketch. A lawyer's brief is a succinct statement of the main facts involved in a case, and of the main heads of his argument on points of law, with reference to authorities cited; the brief has none of the vagueness of a sketch, being sufficiently exact and complete to form, on occasion, the basis for the decision of the court without oral argument, when the case is said to be "submitted on brief." Compare DESIGN.
Dictionary of English Synonymes
List of paraphrases:
image, photo, photograph, portrait, panorama, table, images, illustration, film, movie, overview, idea, landscape, pictures, img, photos, vision, situation, portrayal, framework, photography, imagine, imaging, drawing, painting, scene, 'image, profile, imagery, scenario
Translations for picture
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- صُورَة, تَصْوِير, صُورَة شَمْسِيَّة, رَسْمArabic
- şəkil, təsvir, rəsmAzerbaijani
- һүрәт, рәсемBashkir
- карці́нка, карці́наBelarusian
- cinema, foto, fotografiaCatalan, Valencian
- obraz, fotka, kino, snímek, fotografie, představovatCzech
- darlun, llun, sinemaWelsh
- foto, billede, fotografiDanish
- Kino, Film, Bild, Gemälde, Abbildung, Foto, Abbild, vorstellen, fotographierenGerman
- θέαμα, κινηματογράφος, εικόνα, φωτογραφία, οπτική παράστασηGreek
- imagen, cine, fotografía, fotoSpanish
- pilt, pildidEstonian
- elokuva, valokuva, kuva, kuvitellaFinnish
- image, photo, cinémaFrench
- dealbhScottish Gaelic
- תְּמוּנָה, סֶרֶט, תַּצְלוּם, דמייןHebrew
- चित्र, तस्वीरHindi
- kép, fényképHungarian
- նկար, պատկերArmenian
- mynd, ljósmyndIcelandic
- quadro, foto, fotografia, immagineItalian
- 絵, 映画館, 絵画, 写真, 画像Japanese
- គំនូរ, រូបភាពKhmer
- 寫真, 사진, 그림Korean
- BillerLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- attēls, bildeLatvian
- фо́то, сли́ка, ки́но, фотогра́фијаMacedonian
- ကားရုပ်, ကား, ပုံBurmese
- bios, plaatje, portret, figuur, film, prent, foto, afbeelding, cinema, illustratieDutch
- bileteNorwegian Nynorsk
- bilde, kino, forestille seg, fotografereNorwegian
- aheeskidígííNavajo, Navaho
- obraz, kino, zdjęcie, fotografiaPolish
- figura, imagem, cinema, fotografia, fotoPortuguese
- imagine, fotografieRomanian
- фильм, фо́тка, кино́шка, карти́на, о́браз, фотока́рточка, изображе́ние, кинокарти́на, фотогра́фия, карти́нка, фо́то, кино́Russian
- obrazac, fotografija, slika, слика, образац, fotka, filmSerbo-Croatian
- පින්තූරයSinhala, Sinhalese
- fotografija, film, slikaSlovene
- fotografi, tavla, film, bildSwedish
- ఫోటో, బొమ్మ, చిత్రంTelugu
- ภาพ, รูป, รูปภาพ, ภาพถ่ายThai
- çizim, resim, tasvirTurkish
- картина, рәсемTatar
- رەسىمUyghur, Uighur
- rasm, suratUzbek
- hình, hình ảnh, tấm hìnhVietnamese
- imådje, fime, fotografeye, fotoWalloon
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