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i·con·ic

 (ī-kŏn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or having the character of an icon.
2. Symbolic, emblematic, or representative: a classroom scene that is iconic of what is wrong with the education system.
3. Having a conventional formulaic style. Used of certain memorial statues and busts.

i′co·nic′i·ty (ī′kə-nĭs′ĭ-tē) n.

iconic

(aɪˈkɒnɪk) or

iconical

adj
1. relating to, resembling, or having the character of an icon
2. (Art Terms) (of memorial sculptures, esp those depicting athletes of ancient Greece) having a fixed conventional style
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.iconic - relating to or having the characteristics on an icon
Translations

iconic

[aɪˈkɒnɪk] ADJ [image] → simbólico (Comput, Math) → icónico

iconic

[aɪˈkɒnɪk] adj [status, figure, image] → d'icône, emblématique
to achieve iconic status → s'élever au statut d'icône, devenir emblématique
The ads helped the brand to achieve iconic status → La publicité permit à la marque de s'élever au statut d'icône.

iconic

adj
(Ling, Comput, Psych) → ikonisch
(Art) portraitikonisch
(culturally) an iconic figureeine Ikone; to achieve iconic statuszur Ikone werden
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It comprises eight chapters, respectively investigating the following issues in relation to style: iconicity in literary texts (Fischer); readers' ethical positioning (Whiteley); fictionality and ontology involved in interpreting mobile interactive narratives (Gibbons); literary readers' emotions and feelings (Miall), narrative structure-especially concerning the collective representation of real events in social media (Page); dramatic performance in relation to readers' cognition (Cruickshank); interpretation based on consensual meaning (Jeffries); and a portrait of historical stylistics (Bray).
offers a constructive interpretation of Behr-Sigel's mature position (1995), which was rooted in a trinitarian understanding of personhood (influenced by Lossky) as exceeding gender and hypostasis, and a historical perspective on tradition that deconstructs the recent fixation on the iconicity of the priest.
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One of the main focuses of the project will be to analyze the interrelations between production and perception in such emulation processes based on iconicity with voiced speech (with methods of linguistic description as well as behavioral and electrophysiological experiments).
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She argues that Old English adjective position demonstrates some of the same iconicity discussed by Bolinger (1952) and Stavrou (1996) for Spanish and Modern Greek respectively.
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In her acknowledgments, Rich thanks the near-legendary Tilda Swinton, not simply for Swinton's queer iconicity but also for the star's lasting friendship.