English to Uzbek Meaning :: epiphany

but yuvish bayrami, ko'zi ochilish, ko'ra boshlash, ko'radigan bo'lib qolish
Epiphany :
- EpiphanyEpiphania

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Noun(1) a divine manifestation(2) twelve days after Christmas; celebrates the visit of the three wise men to the infant Jesus

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(1) My grandmother's death was like an epiphany for me.(2) She experienced an epiphany , seeing/feeling her own body as divine, herself as Goddess.(3) In a sudden epiphany , he had remembered that he still had Krillir's guns, silver weapons with eagles engraved on the handles.(4) Then Walker stopped for a second, and in that instant, it was as if he experienced a moment of epiphany .(5) Growing up on a farm, Greco never saw live dance until he was in his teens, although he recalls a moment of epiphany at the age of six when he knew he wanted to dance.(6) Almost everyone in recovery has an story of an epiphany , the moment they knew they needed to stop using.(7) I had a sudden epiphany , and slipped my hands nonchalantly into my pockets.(8) As the park keeper loomed towards me to say, with a note of pity, that he was going to have to lock up in a minute, I had a moment of epiphany : things did not have to be like this.(9) A little epiphany happened to me while riding home in the rain tonight.(10) And then you experience some form of traumatic epiphany , and change all those opinions.(11) But I have to believe my epiphany was the decisive moment in my adult life.(12) He speaks with the zeal of someone who has undergone a political epiphany .(13) There is a crisis and a tragedy, enlightenment and epiphany .(14) The account of the magi is celebrated as an epiphany of our Lord.(15) Interspersed between such piercing points of pain and disappointment are moments of epiphany .(16) Tom was staring at Simon and had a moment of epiphany .
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epiphanies, epiphany
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