Turkish - English

  1. distress

English - English

  1. a state of adversity (danger or affliction or need); "a ship in distress"; "she was the classic maiden in distress" distress
  2. cause mental pain to; "The news of her child's illness distressed the mother distress
  3. The unpleasant stress that accompanies negative events (6) distress
  4. What a plate sleeps on distress
  5. extreme physical pain; "the patient appeared to be in distress" distress
  6. psychological suffering; "the death of his wife caused him great distress" distress
  7. To compel by pain or suffering distress
  8. To seize for debt; to distrain distress
  9. the seizure and holding of property as security for payment of a debt or satisfaction of a claim; "Originally distress was a landloard's remedy against a tenant for unpaid rents or property damage but now the landlord is given a landlord's lien" distress
  10. 1 The act or process by which a person, without prior court approval, seizes the personal property of another in satisfaction of a claim, as a pledge for performance of a duty, or in reparation of an injury distress
  11. The right of a party to sell the real or personal property of another party to pay for arrears in rent or loan payments distress
  12. Distress is the state of being in extreme danger and needing urgent help. He expressed concern that the ship might be in distress distress
  13. Distress is a state of extreme sorrow, suffering, or pain. Jealousy causes distress and painful emotions distress
  14. extreme danger; trouble, hardship isim distress
  15. If someone or something distresses you, they cause you to be upset or worried. The idea of Toni being in danger distresses him enormously. to make someone feel very upset distress
  16. cause mental pain to; "The news of her child's illness distressed the mother" distress
  17. The common law right of a landlord to seize the personal property of a tenant to satisfy past-due rent distress
  18. Refers to the act of pain or suffering affecting the mind distress
  19. means that a cave-in is imminent or is likely to occur Distress is evidenced by such phenomena as the development of fissures in the face of or adjacent to an open excavation; the slumping of material from the face or the bulging or heaving of material from the bottom of an excavation; the spalling of material from the face of an excavation; and raveling, i e small amounts of material such as pebbles or little clumps of material suddenly separating from the face and trickling or rolling down into an excavation distress
  20. upset, sadden, trouble, grieve; make a piece of furniture appear old, antique (by denting, scratching, painting, etc.) fiil distress


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