Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Origami"

The meaning of "Origami" in various phrases and sentences

Q: fold like an origami swan ne anlama geliyor?
A: Well, origami itself is the Japanese art of skillfully folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. It requires a lot of precision, focus, and effort to make.

Maybe “fold like an origami swan” means doing something complicated and entail oriented, but I’m not 100% sure.
Q: fold like an origami swan ne anlama geliyor?
A: One meaning is that someone collapsed very easily (ie. when hit in a fighting match). In this case, 'fold' means to 'crumple and fall'

Translations of "Origami"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? origami
A: Es lo mismo en inglés: origami.

Aún se pronuncia lo mismo.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? origami
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? origamis
A: Origami is a Japanese word, and is also 'origami' in English :)

Other questions about "Origami"

Q: I tried to teach as an Origami math teacher at my daughter’s preschool the other day. This was a very exciting experience for me!

I thought I was going to melt because the children were so cute meowing with the origami cats they had made.

Thank you so much Jyoti for this opportunity. And thank you so much Doreen and Mary for helping me♡ bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Very good, except that it sounded like “I thought I was going to metal”
Q: The ORIGAMI crane is one of the most familiar and special crafts for Japanese people. The crane is considered a bird of good luck and the origami crane or the thousand origami cranes are made to pray for happiness, disaster, or illness, or as a symbol of peace. We’re folded one by one, one by one, with all wishing. I definitely pray for world peace. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: × The crane is considered a bird of good luck and the origami crane or the thousand origami cranes are made to pray for happiness, disaster, or illness, or as a symbol of peace.
✓ The crane is considered a bird of good luck and the origami crane, or the thousand origami cranes, are made to pray for happiness, disaster, or illness, or as a symbol of peace.

× We’re folded one by one, one by one, with all wishing.
✓ We’re folding one by one while wishing.

× I definitely pray for world peace.
✓ I'm strongly praying for world peace.

Just a suggestion, but maybe this will help your meaning.
Q: (1) This is an origami instruction of a bird.

(2) This is an origami instruction for a bird.

bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: × (1) This is an origami instruction of a bird.
✓ (1) These are the instructions of an origami bird.

× (2) This is an origami instruction for a bird.
✓ (2) These are the instructions for an origami bird.

origami instruction X
instruction for a ___ origami O
Q: I'm doing origami
I did origami
I'm doing paper folding

bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "I'm doing an origami"
"I did an origami"
"I'm paper folding"
But...
"I'm making an origami"
"I made an origami"
"I'm folding paper"
Would be better sentences 😁
Q: Origami is the Japanese art of folding squares of paper into representational shapes. Especially, orizuru, paper crane, has become a symbol of peace. This stems from a story about Sadako, who tried folding a thousand crane wishing her leukemia caused by the atomic bomb would be cured and became a model of the statue at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. To tell the truth, I wasn’t able to fold crane until 12 years old. However, before I took a school trip to Hiroshima, I read this story and was so impressed that I practiced a lot. On the day of the visit to Hiroshima, I gave 100 cranes I had fold by myself to the statue. Now, the culture of origami is widely spreading all over the world. I hope with this spread, the story about Sadako will be known and more and more people will fold paper cranes wishing for eternal peace. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: The orizuru, or paper crane, has especially become a symbol of peace. This stems from a story about a woman named Sadako who tried folding a thousand cranes in hopes that her leukemia, caused by the atomic bomb, would be cured. The paper cranes became the model for the statue at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. To tell the truth, I wasn’t able to fold a crane until I was 12 years old.
On the day of the visit to Hiroshima, I gave 100 cranes that I folded myself to the statue.

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