What is an illusion 1

Mirage (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Hyphenation:
Deception | image, Plural: Deceit | images
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈTʁuːkˌbɪlt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Image / imagination that represents something that does not exist
Origin of the term:
Middle High German deceptive, deceptive, Old High German trugibilidi "Devil image, ghost"; the word has been used since around the year 900.
Related terms:
1) Appearance, fantasy image / fantasy image, Fata Morgana, face, figment of the imagination, phantom image, chimera, illusion, vision
General terms:
1) image
Application examples:
1) “It wasn't a Illusion.“
1) “After all, the demons who had seized Pachecos could also confuse his senses and all sorts of things Illusions pretend. "
1) “As she stood here, the other life seemed like one to her Illusion.“
Cases:
Nominative: singular Illusion; Plural Illusions
Genitive: singular Illusion; Plural Illusions
Dative: singular Illusion; Plural Illusions
Accusative: singular Illusion; Plural Illusions


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The stockbrokers had dreamed of signs of a more pronounced rate cut. When hope turns out to be Illusion turns out, the values ​​fall accordingly. Added to this is the burden of the escalating dispute with Iran.
n-tv.de, July 19, 2019

Fall for this Illusions in?
derStandard.at, September 30, 2018

They contradict left and right “neoliberals Illusions". At the same time, instead of individual social policy measures, they are calling for a concept to steer the economy in the interests of the population.
Sputnik Germany, May 25, 2019

Somehow I fall for it myself all the time: that Illusion of the environmentally conscious German. Must be our story. Yet again. But this time we're the good guys. Finally.
stern.de, September 20, 2019

The duo Fischli / Weiss became famous with ironic questioning of everyday life. A conversation with Peter Fischli about death and Illusions of the beautiful life.
derStandard.at, November 23, 2019

The only advances can only be realized in matters of social and health, leading to the modernization of society and thus the end of the colonial Illusion accelerated even more.
Linke Zeitung, May 27, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • artifact: a product or phenomenon created by human or technical influence, as distinct from the uninfluenced or natural phenomenon; Medicine, biology: a peculiarity in a preparation that can be traced back to the preparation method and therefore does not have a particularly high scientific value
  • chimera: a perception that is only imagined; Organism or drive made up of genetically different cells; Living beings whose cells have a different chromosome structure; mythological hybrid creatures composed of different animals; Zoology: representative of an order of cartilaginous fish
  • imagination: a mental concept; without plural: too much self-esteem; Take yourself too important and overestimate your own importance
  • Appearance: a circumstance that is perceived with the human senses; a sudden change; Manifestation; Appearance / effect of a person; the appearance of something unreal
  • Phantom (coll.): derogatory: the product of a misguided or exaggerated imagination; Idea that is fantastic, absurd, absurd
  • Phantasmagoria: Illusion, illusion
  • phantom: something that only exists in the imagination, that is not real; Medicine simulated body (or body part or organ) for illustrative and exercise purposes
  • chimera: Educational language: illusion, fantasy
  • Illusion
  • Butterland (technical jargon, nautical)
  • imagination: a mental concept; without plural: too much self-esteem; Taking yourself too important and overestimating your own importance
  • Appearance: a circumstance that is perceived with the human senses; a sudden change; Manifestation; Appearance / effect of a person; the appearance of something unreal
  • Mirage (fig.): Physics Mirage of distant objects caused by reflections on layers of air of different temperatures near the ground; convey a misconception
  • Ghosting
  • Face (often plural: faces) (out of date)
  • Hallu (usually plural: Hallus) (coll.)
  • hallucination: Sensory impression without any detectable external stimulus
  • Pipe dream (pejorative): derogatory: product of a misguided or exaggerated imagination; Idea that is fantastic, absurd, absurd
  • illusion: something feigned; illusion
  • epiphany: general: the disclosure or disclosure of a secret or an intention; Theology the communication of divine truths or a divine will in a supernatural way; especially in the Bible, short for Revelation of John: the last book of the Bible
  • phantom: something that exists only in the imagination, that is not real; Medicine simulated body (or body part or organ) for illustrative and exercise purposes
  • Self-deception: Lack / lack of realistic assessment of oneself
  • Illusion
  • illusion: the act of making someone believe something untruthful; the holding of something untruthful; wrong perception
  • vision: supernatural appearance, revelation; Dream image, illusion; Ideal image, future draft
  • Delusion
  • Delusion: pathological, insane, unrealizable assumption
  • stimulus-independent sensory perception

Another word (synonym) for illusion - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "illusion":

picture: ... imagination, the (common) image of women, model, image of men, image of man, symbol, dream image, illusion, archetype, delusion, ideal image, role model, exemplary, world image, distorted image 6) ...

chimera: The transfer of the meaning from the mythical creature to the phantom and illusion is based on comparisons with a chimera, through which it was stated that something is just as unreal as that mythical creature

chimera: ... (lion, goat and snake in one). Synonyms: 1) phantasy, illusion, illusion 4) hybrid creatures 5) ghost shark, poke, sea dragon, sea rat, sea cat ...

Afterimage effect: Eyesight Opposite words: image, example, view, dream image, illusion Superordinate terms: human vision, anatomy, biology, natural science human vision, optics, physics, natural science Examples of use: 1) The afterimage effect is the activity of the eye itself

illusion: ... deceive ") Synonyms: 1) Fantasy structure, self-deception, deception, dream structure, illusion Opposite words: 1) Reality, reality Subordinate terms: 1) ...


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Illusions (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Trugbild Hyphenation: Trug | bil | de Pronunciation / Emphasis:…

Illusions (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Trug | bil | of pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈtʀuːkˌbɪldɐ]…

Illusions (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Trug | bil | dern Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

Illusion (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Trugbilds Hyphenation: Trug | bil | des Pronunciation / stress: ...

Illusion (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Trugbildes Hyphenation: Trug | bilds Pronunciation / stress:…

Umbel (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular die Trugdolde; Plural umbel genitive: ...

Umbels (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Trug | dol | den Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀuːkˌdɔldn̩]…

Deceptions (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Trugs Hyphenation: Tru | ges Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

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