(Noun) historia apoteoza;
n C pl apotheoses (lit, fig) apoteoza
1. (model of excellence or perfection of a kind
one having no equal)
2. (the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god) )
ubóstwienie, apoteoza, deifikacja: : synonim: deification
[ [(pl. apotheoses)] ] gr. apoteoza
Przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
His idea was a magazine dedicated entirely to progressive rock, long reviled in the critical mainstream as the apotheosis of the musical excess of the pre-punk 70s, a largely forgotten realm of concept albums, difficult time signatures and extraordinary instrumental virtuosity.
The sole survivor of whatever disaster occurred is a simple-minded robot called Floyd, who strolls around of his own accord and - in an apotheosis that has some of today's most hardened coders swearing they sobbed into their Commodore 64s - ultimately sacrifices his life for your sake.
Now, this is surely the apotheosis of fashion magazine insanity, one that makes me want to throw one across the room and bellow, "Holy cats! Have I just eaten a big plate of crazy for lunch? I know this writer hasn't done so, because lunch doesn't do one's baby fawn-like legs any favours.
As the tycoon's wealth recovers from a bruising during the global financial crisis, the stage now seems set for his apotheosis as the saviour of Russian football.
The servants of the one true god lifted to paradise in a grand apotheosis.
Pracowników Jedynego Prawdziwego Boga wstąpił w raju na wielką apoteozą.
Apotheosis was the beginning before the beginning.
Apoteoza była początkiem przed początkiem.
Using Zoe Graystone's program, we will achieve Apotheosis.
Korzystanie z programu Zoe Graystone, w osiągniemy Apotheosis.
Behold... the apotheosis... of my genius! ..two, one,
Ujrzyjcie apoteozę mojego geniuszu! ...2,1,0.