Translation for 'cosmos' from English to Russian
NOUN   cosmos | cosmoses
SYNO cosmea | cosmos | creation | ...
космос {м}
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Translation for 'cosmos' from English to Russian

космос {м}астрон.
Usage Examples English
  • Nessyahu postulated that a number of these conscious life-forms will conclude that they must strive to become part of the God-ing of the cosmos.
  • In Hinduism, Devas are celestial beings associated with various aspects of the cosmos.
  • Eastern and Western thought differed greatly in their understanding of space and the organization of the cosmos.
  • Royal Crown), which, in 900 lines, describes the cosmos as testifying to its own creation by God, based upon the then current (11th-century) scientific understanding of the cosmos.
  • Starting with "La Balle du néant" ("The Bullet From Nowhere"), this cycle has nine titles (up to "Mine de rien", 2006) inside a larger set, including "Le Chant du cosmos" ("The Song of the Cosmos"), a far-future tale which describes a mental game inspired by Go.

  • ‘As the cosmos unfolds’ performance and exhibition of new works at Cob Gallery London.
  • Knežević speculated on the nature of the universe and wondered about the meaning, purpose, and ultimate destiny of humankind within the cosmos.
  • Erdem used cosmos and technology concepts together with traditional Turkish values at design development process.
  • Due in part to his success with Buffalo, in the early days of December 1984 Klivecka was re-hired as head coach of the New York Cosmos, now playing indoor soccer in the MISL, for the 1984 season, where he stayed until the bitter end in mid 1985.
  • The phrase "as it is outside, so it is within the body" ("yatha bahye tatha dehe") is often found in the "Kālacakratantra" to emphasize the similarities and correspondence between human beings ("inner Kālacakra") and the cosmos ("outer Kālacakra"), as well as with the enlightened Kālacakra mandala of deities ("alternative" "Kālacakra").

  • The system's theoretical and practical aspects are based on the premise that the entire cosmos and all that exists in the cosmos, including human beings, consists of vibrations, called nāda.
  • The "pneuma" of the Stoics is the primitive substance which existed before the cosmos.
  • Pneuma in its purest form can thus be difficult to distinguish from "logos" or the "constructive fire" ("pur technikon") that drives the cyclical generation and destruction of the Stoic cosmos.
  • Poole discovers a sad cosmos, in which the stars are guttering out; the Friends were wrong- intelligent life would not triumph and remake the cosmos, eventually leading to their Prime Observer.
  • Vakoch, D. A. (2014). "Extraterrestrial altruism: evolution and ethics in the cosmos". Heidelberg [...], Springer.

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