modernism


modernism
MODERNÍSM, modernisme, s.n. 1. Însuşirea de a fi modern, caracterul a ceea ce este modern; atitudine modernă; preferinţă (exagerată) faţă de tot ceea ce este nou, modern. 2. Curent sau tendinţă din arta şi literatura sec. XX, care neagă tradiţia şi susţine principii de creaţie noi. – Din fr. modernisme.
Trimis de LauraGellner, 03.06.2004. Sursa: DEX '98

modernísm s. n., (atitudini, manifestări) pl. modernísme
Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

MODERNÍSM n. 1) Curent în artă şi literatura modernă constând în negarea totală sau parţială a tradiţiei şi în adoptarea unor principii noi de creaţie. 2) Preferinţă pentru tot ce este modern. /<fr. modernisme
Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX

MODERNÍSM s.n. 1. Caracterul a ceea ce este modern. ♦ Gust pentru ceea ce este modern. 2. Tendinţă inovatoare într-o anumită etapă a unei literaturi. ♦ Nume generic dat mişcărilor, tendinţelor şi experimentelor din arta şi literatura sec. XX, care, în goana după originalitate, ajung la creaţii arbitrare, rupte de realitate. [< fr. modernisme].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 14.06.2005. Sursa: DN

MODERNÍSM s. n. 1. însuşirea, caracterul a ceea ce este modern; preferinţă, gust pentru tot ceea ce este nou, modern; modernitate. 2. tendinţă novatoare dintr-o anumită etapă a unei literaturi. ♢ denumire generică pentru mişcările, tendinţele şi experimentele inovatoare din arta şi literatura sec. XX, care, în goana după originalitate, ajung la creaţii pur experimentale, formale. (< fr. modernisme)
Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN

Dicționar Român. 2013.

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