abuse

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İngilizce - Türkçe
taciz

Onlar bizi sözle taciz etti. - They verbally abused us.

Onlar beni sözlü olarak taciz ettiler. - They verbally abused me.

{i} yetkiyi/görevi kötüye kullanma, suiistimal; doğru olmayan bir şekilde kullanma; gereği gibi kullanmama; istismar
{i} yanlış kullanma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) istismar

O ayrıcalığı istismar etti. - He abused the privilege.

Çocuk istismarı yasalara aykırıdır. - Child abuse is against the law.

{i} küfür
{f} kötü davranmak
küfür etmek
{i} suistimal

Mary'nin kocası onu suistimal etti. - Mary's husband abused her.

Sabrımı suistimal etmeyin. - Don't abuse my patience.

{f} 1. (yetkiyi/görevi) kötüye kullanmak, suiistimal etmek; doğru olmayan bir şekilde kullanmak; gereği gibi kullanmamak; istismar etmek. 2
acı çektirmek
istismar etmek
(Kanun) iğfal etmek (kadını)
(Politika, Siyaset) istismar etme

Sürekli deneyim bize gücü ile yatırım yapan her insanın onu istismar etme eğiliminde olduğunu gösterir. - Constant experience shows us that every man invested with power is apt to abuse it.

İnsanlar hayvanları istismar etmemeli. - People shouldn't abuse animals.

gereği gibi kullanmama
aşırı kullanım
acı çektirme
hakkı kötüye kullanma
cinsel taciz

Dan, Linda'ya cinsel tacizde bulundu. - Dan sexually abused Linda.

görevi kötüye kullanma
cinsel tacizde bulunmak
kötü davranma
dövmek
gereği gibi kullanmamak
dövme
(Politika, Siyaset) kötü muamelede bulunma
yolsuzluk
sövüp sayma
çirkin sözler söylemek
kötüye kullanmak
sövgü
suiistimal
{f} suistimal et

Sabrımı suistimal etmeyin. - Don't abuse my patience.

Mary'nin kocası onu suistimal etti. - Mary's husband abused her.

fesat
kötüye kullanma

Her kişi, ayrıcalıklarını kötüye kullanma gücüne sahiptir. - Every person has the power to abuse their privileges.

Bu otoriteyi kötüye kullanmadır. - That's an abuse of authority.

suiistimal etmek
yolsuz kullanmak
yolsuz kullanış
(Askeri) Suistimal etmek, zarar vermek
{i} kötüleme
küfür/kötü kullanım
küfür et/kötü kullan
{f} tecâvüz etmek
{f} kötüye kullan

Diktatör ayrıcalıklarını istediği kadar kötüye kullandı. - The dictator abused his privileges to his heart's content.

Tom otoritesini kötüye kullanıyor, bu yüzden hiç kimse onu sevmiyor. - Tom abuses his authority, so no one likes him.

{f} suistimal etmek
(Biyoloji) v.kötüye kullan: n.yanlış kullanma
{f} taciz etmek
{i} kötü

Tom otoritesini kötüye kullanıyor, bu yüzden hiç kimse onu sevmiyor. - Tom abuses his authority, so no one likes him.

Tom'un ilacı kötü amaçla kullanma sorunu vardır. - Tom has a problem with drug abuse.

(yetkiyi/görevi) kötüye kullanmak, suiistimal etmek; doğru olmayan bir şekilde kullanmak; gereği gibi kullanmamak; istismar etmek. 2
{f} kötü emellerine alet etmek
çirkin sözl
Irza tecavüz
{f} küfretmek
zarar
incitmek
kontrol etmek
hakaret etmek
(Kanun) ırza geçmek
giydirmek
(Politika, Siyaset) ihlal etmek
örselenme
abuse of right
(Politika, Siyaset) hak ihlali
abuse of female child
kız çocuklarının suistimali veya tecavüzü
abuse of office
Görevi kötüye kullanma

He was accused of abuse of office.

abuse of power
gücü götüye kullanmak
abuse at smb. hurl
küfür etmek
abuse o.s
mastürbasyon yapmak
abuse of a dominant position
(Avrupa Birliği) hakim durumun kötüye kullanılması
abuse of authority
otoriteyi kötüye kullanma
abuse of procedure
(Kanun) yolsuz dava
abuse of process
(Kanun) yolsuz dava
abuse of process
(Kanun) usulün suistimal edilmesi
abuse of religion
din sömürüsü
abuse of rights
hakların suistimali
abuse of trust
güven suistimali
abuse one's trust
güvenini sarsmak
abuse the trust
güveni sarsmak
abused
suistimal et

Mary'nin kocası onu suistimal etti. - Mary's husband abused her.

abused
suistimal edilmiş
abused
suistimale uğramış
abused
suistimal edilen kişi
child abuse
çocuğa kötü muamele
child abuse
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) çocuk istismarı
child abuse
çocuk suistimali
drug abuse
(Eczacılık) ilaç kötüye kullanımı
drug abuse
(Tıp) ilaç suistimali
racist abuse
(Politika, Siyaset) ırkçı hakaret
spouse abuse
eş dayağı
spouse abuse
eş şiddeti
spouse abuse
eş zulmü
substance abuse
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) madde istismarı
substance abuse
madde kötüye kullanımı
abuser
suistimal eden kişi
child abuse
çocuğa kötü muamele edilmesi
child abuse syndrome
hırpalanmış çocuk sendromu
self abuse
suistimal
Substance abuse
Madde bağımlılığı; uyuşturucu maddelerin kötü amaçlı kullanımı
abuse of
örseleme
abused
suistimal etti

Mary'nin kocası onu suistimal etti. - Mary's husband abused her.

abusers
bağımlısı
abuses
ihlalleri
abusing
kötüye

Tom yetkisini kötüye kullanıyor. - Tom is abusing his authority.

Biz düzeni kötüye kullanmıyoruz. - We're not abusing the system.

child sexual abuse
çocuklarda cinsel taciz
common abuse
genel yanlış
domestic abuse
Aile içi şiddet
drug abuse
İlacı kötü amaçla kullanma, ilaç istismarı
drug abuse
Bir ilacın kötüye kullanımı, ilaç istismarı
drug abuse
Tıbbi amaçlı kullanılan uyuşturucu maddelerin kötüye kullanımı, istismarı
drug of abuse
kötüye ilaç
physical abuse
Fiziksel taciz
racial abuse
ırkçı taciz
sexual abuse
Cinsel taciz
spousal abuse
eş kötüye
substance abuse
Bağımlılık yapan maddelerin kötüye kullanımı
susbstance abuse
Tıbbi amaçlı kullanılan uyuşturucu maddelerin kötüye kullanımı, istismarı
verbal abuse
Sözlü taciz
computer abuse
bilgisayarin kotuye kullanimi
drug abuse
ilacı kötü amaçla kullanma
emotional abuse
duygu sömürü
hurl abuse at smb
küfür savurmak
information system abuse
bilgisayarin kotuye kullanimi
partner abuse
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) partner istismarı
ritual abuse
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) törensel istismar
self abuse
kendini aşağılama
self abuse
mastürbasyon
vehicle abuse
(Askeri) araçların hatalı işçilik
vehicle abuse
(Askeri) yanlış bakım malzemesi
verbal abuse
sözle sataşma
wife abuse
kadına işkence yapmak
Türkçe - Türkçe
Alkolü kötüye kullanma
ABUS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çatık çehreli. asık yüzlü. Yüzü ekşi
abus
Asık suratlı, somurtkan (kimse)
abus
Somurtkan, çatık, asık (yüz)
abus
Somurtkan
abus
Niteliği bilinmeyen, garip, acayip: "Genç, esmer kız tahayyül ediyor, zihninde müphem hayallere karışan abus suallere cevap veremiyordu."- Ö. Seyfettin
abus
Asık suratlı, ekşi yüzlü kimse
abus
Niteliği bilinmeyen, garip, acayip
abus
Somurtkan, çatık, asık (yüz): "Abus çehreli bir adamın ne namazı, ne niyazı, ne zekâtı, ne orucu makbuldür."- Ö. Seyfettin
İngilizce - İngilizce
To attack with coarse language; to insult; to revile
An unjust, corrupt or wrongful practice or custom; offense; crime; fault
Improper treatment or usage; application to a wrong or bad purpose; misuse; perversion

Liberty may be endangered by the abuses of liberty, as well as by the abuses of power.

To put to a wrong use; to misapply; to use improperly; to misuse; to use for a wrong purpose or end; to pervert; as, to abuse one's authority
Physical or verbal maltreatment; injury
To deceive; to trick; to impose on

Can we this quote? Their eyes red and staring, cozened with a moist cloud, and abused by a double object. - Jeremy Taylor (1633-67).

Coarse, insulting speech; abusive language

The two parties, after exchanging a good deal of abuse, came to blows.

Forcing of undesired sexual activity by one person on another
To injure; to maltreat; to hurt; to treat with cruelty
{v} to treat ill, revile, impose on
{n} the ill use of any thing, injury, affront
treat badly; "This boss abuses his workers"; "She is always stepping on others to get ahead"
use foul or abusive language towards; "The actress abused the policeman who gave her a parking ticket"; "The angry mother shouted at the teacher"
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Abuse of someone is cruel and violent treatment of them. investigation of alleged child abuse. victims of sexual and physical abuse. controversy over human rights abuses
cruel or inhumane treatment
- as defined in KRS 600 020(1) ( pdf)
If you abuse something, you use it in a wrong way or for a bad purpose. He showed how the rich and powerful can abuse their position. + abuser abus·er the treatment of alcohol and drug abusers
furnishing excessive services to beneficiaries; violating program regulations; and performing improper practices, none of which involve prosecutable fraud
a rude expression intended to offend or hurt; "when a student made a stupid mistake he spared them no abuse"; "they yelled insults at the visiting team"
{i} misuse; maltreatment; corrupt practice; foul language
- The willful infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intimidation, or punishment with physical harm, pain, or mental anguish
To use undue force to harm physically, sexually, or emotionally
use foul or abusive language towards; "The actress abused the policeman who gave her a parking ticket"; "The angry mother shouted at the teacher
(n) abi, (v) abize
If someone is abused, they are treated cruelly and violently. Janet had been abused by her father since she was eleven. parents who feel they cannot cope or might abuse their children. those who work with abused children. + abuser abusers abus·er a convicted child abuser
Any practice by providers, physicians, or suppliers that is inconsistent with accepted medical or business practice
To violate; to ravish
Sexual assault; violation; rape
improper or excessive use
To dishonor
{f} misuse; injure, harm, mistreat; insult, malign, curse, revile
change the inherent purpose or function of something; "Don't abuse the system"; "The director of the factory misused the funds intended for the health care of his workers"
A disregard of financial capability For example, purchasing luxury items on pre-bankruptcy shopping sprees with no reasonable or probable means of repayment
Physical maltreatment; injury
To put to a wrong use; to misapply; to misuse; to put to a bad use; to use for a wrong purpose or end; to pervert; as, to abuse inherited gold; to make an excessive use of; as, to abuse one's authority
You can say that someone is abused if extremely rude and insulting things are said to them. He alleged that he was verbally abused by other soldiers. = insult
To deceive; to impose on
harm inflicted on a person through physical, verbal, emotional, or sexual means; may cause victim to develop emotional or behavioral problems, some of which may not appear until later in life Therapy may be needed to work through abuse issues
Domestic Violence, child abuse, child neglect, physical violence, threats of violence, sexual assault are ALL ILLEGAL If you are a victim of abuse, get to a shelter IMMEDIATELY and or call 911
Prolonged, persistent, or sporadic excessive drug use that is inconsistent with or unrelated to accepted medical practice
Physical ill treatment; injury
Abuse is extremely rude and insulting things that people say when they are angry. I was left shouting abuse as the car sped off
When another person does something on purpose that causes you mental or physical harm or pain
To use ill; to maltreat; to act injuriously to; to punish or to tax excessively; to hurt; as, to abuse prisoners, to abuse one's powers, one's patience
Generic term used to complain about or describe spamming
To revile; to reproach coarsely; to disparage
The willful infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intimidation, or punishment with physical harm, pain, or mental anguish (Source : HCFA)
Vituperative words; coarse, insulting speech; abusive language; virulent condemnation; reviling
Better than Calliope
Abuse of something is the use of it in a wrong way or for a bad purpose. What went on here was an abuse of power. drug and alcohol abuse
Violation; rape; as, abuse of a female child
Improper treatment or use; application to a wrong or bad purpose; misuse; as, an abuse of our natural powers; an abuse of civil rights, or of privileges or advantages; an abuse of language
A corrupt practice or custom; offense; crime; fault; as, the abuses in the civil service
abusage
misusage
abuse of discretion
The rendering of a decision by a court that is so unreasonable in light of the facts of the case or is such an unreasonable deviation from legal precedent that it must be reversed
abuse of discretion
Any action by a government official by which that official renders decisions for a clearly improper purpose
abuse of distress
a wrongful using of an animal or chattel distrained, by the distrainer
abuse of process
A cause of action in tort arising from one party making a malicious and deliberate misuse or perversion of regularly issued court process (civil or criminal) not justified by the underlying legal action
abuse of confidence
taking advantage of trust, abusing trust
abuse of law
perversion or distortion of the legal system through corruption or other means
abuse of power
taking advantage of one's authority, using one's authority for evil purposes
abuser
Ineffectual person; self-abuser
abuser
One who abuses
child abuse
The physical, sexual or emotional mistreatment of a child

Abdominal trauma can also result from child abuse and is the second leading cause of child abuse-related death, after traumatic brain injury.

drug abuse
Misuse of, or overindulgence in, drugs; substance abuse
racket abuse
the throwing of one's racket in anger, during play, which may result in a penalty
ritual abuse
Any form of physical, sexual, or psychological mistreatment that involves the use of ritual
satanic ritual abuse
Any form of physical, sexual, or psychological mistreatment that involves the use of satanic ritual
self-abuse
Self-deception
self-abuse
To masturbate
self-abuse
Cutting of oneself
self-abuse
Masturbation
sexual abuse
The forcing of undesired sexual activity by one person on another
solvent abuse
The use, often dangerous, of solvent chemicals, such as industrial solvents and household solvents, for their neuropsychological effect, hallucinogenic, stimulant, or stupefying
substance abuse
An overindulgence in and dependence of a drug or other chemical
drug abuse
excessive use of drugs, use of drugs in a self-destructive manner; use of any legal or illicit chemical substance that causes physical or mental or behavioral impairment in a person
abused
{a} used ill, treated roughly, reviled
abuser
{n} one that uses another person,etc., ill
chemical abuse
The overindulgence in and dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or a narcotic drug. Also called substance abuse
domestic abuse
Domestic abuse (also known as domestic violence) occurs when a family member, partner or ex-partner attempts to physically or psychologically dominate another. Domestic violence often refers to violence between spouses, but can also include cohabitants and non-married intimate partners. The term "intimate partner violence" (IPV) is often used synonymously. Other terms include wife or husband beating, battering, "relationship violence", "domestic abuse", and "spousal abuse". Family violence is a broader definition, often used to include child abuse, elder abuse, and other violent acts between family members
drug abuse
The habitual taking of illegal drugs
substance abuse
The overindulgence in and dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or a narcotic drug. Also called chemical abuse
Abuser
someone who abuses
abusable
That which may be abused
abusable
{s} vulnerable to exploitation and mistreatment
abusable
That may be abused
abused
used improperly or excessively especially drugs; "an abused substance"
abused
abused with language used improperly or excessively especially drugs; "an abused substance
abused
{s} inappropriately used, used immoderately,beyond normal bounds (such as drugs); physically maltreated, mistreated, ill-treated, subject to improper treatment
abused
physically abused; "an abused wife"
abused
abused with language
abused
past of abuse
abuser
One who abuses [in the various senses of the verb]
abuser
{i} one who abuses, one who mistreats; one who misuses
abusers
Plural of abuser
abuses
plural of abuse
abuses
third-person singular of abuse
abusing
present participle of abuse
alcohol abuse
excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks
alcohol abuse
A pattern of problem drinking that results in health consequences, social problems, or both Different from alcoholism or alcohol dependence
alcohol abuse
Compulsive use of alcohol that is not of a temporary nature Applies to infants addicted at birth, or who are victims of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, or who may suffer other disabilities due to the use of alcohol during pregnancy
alcohol abuse
Improper or excessive use of alcohol
alcohol abuse
Definition: Any "harmful use" of alcohol The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV describes alcohol abusers as those who drink despite recurrent social, interpersonal, and legal problems as a result of alcohol use Harmful use implies alcohol use that causes either physical or mental damage
alcohol abuse
addiction to alcohol, compulsive drinking of alcohol
carnal abuse
any lascivious contact by an adult with the sexual organs of a child (especially not involving sexual intercourse)
child abuse
Defined by state statutes Usually occurs when a parent purposefully harms a child
child abuse
the crime of harming a child physically, sexually, or emotionally. Crime of inflicting physical or emotional injury on a child. The term can denote the use of inordinate physical violence or verbal abuse; the failure to furnish proper shelter, nourishment, medical treatment, or emotional support; incest, rape, or other instances of sexual molestation; and the making of child pornography. Child abuse can cause serious harm to its victims. Estimates of the numbers of children who suffer physical abuse or neglect by parents or guardians range from about 1 percent of all children to about 15 percent, and figures are far higher if emotional abuse and neglect are included. In many cases, the abuser himself suffered abuse as a child. When abuse results in death, evidence of child abuse or battered-child syndrome (e.g., broken bones and lesions, either healed or active) is often used to establish that death was not accidental
child abuse
Includes physical injury, sexual maltreatment, emotional maltreatment, deprivation of necessities, or combinations for a child by an individual responsible for the child's welfare under circumstances indicating that the child's welfare is harmed or threatened The term encompasses both acts and omissions on the part of a responsible person
child abuse
– A condition in which children are victims of or at risk of neglect, abandonment, physical or emotional mistreatment to the extent that their safety is compromised
child abuse
Any form of cruelty to a child's physical, moral or mental well-being
child abuse
the non-accidental act of causing injuries to a child either by the parent or guardian, or allowed by the parent or guardian
child abuse
The emotional, psychological, physical, sexual or social abuse of a child including neglect •Residence
child abuse
Physical, sexual, or emotional violation of a child's health and well-being
child abuse
(1-800-4-A-CHILD) - to report suspicion of child abuse
child abuse
mistreatment of children (neglect, molestation, etc.)
child abuse
the physical or emotional or sexual mistreatment of children
cynical abuse
sarcastic words directed at another person
drug abuse
Compulsive use of drugs that is not of a temporary nature Applies to infants addicted at birth
drug abuse
The nonmedical use of a substance for any of the following reasons: psychic effect, dependence, or suicide attempt/gesture In DAWN, nonmedical use means
drug abuse
excessive use of drugs
drug abuse
Using illegal drugs; using legal drugs inappropriately The repeated, high-dose, self-administration of drugs to produce pleasure, to alleviate stress, or to alter or avoid reality (or all three)
drug abuse
Continued use of a drug despite serious consequences in the absence of signs of dependency (i e , no symptoms of tolerance, withdrawal, or compulsive craving) See also drug dependence
drug abuse
The excessive use of drugs
drug abuse
The use of a drug for a purpose other than that for which it is normally prescribed or recommended
drug of abuse
a drug that is taken for nonmedicinal reasons (usually for mind-altering effects); drug abuse can lead to physical and mental damage and (with some substances) dependence and addiction
net abuse
{i} abuse of the Internet, attempt to hurt newsgroups by sending a flood of unwanted messages
personal abuse
personal exploitation; personal maltreatment
physical abuse
abuse of the body
psychological abuse
mental abuse, abuse that does not affect the physical body
self-abuse
manual stimulation of the genital organs (of yourself or another) for sexual pleasure
self-abuse
masturbation - used to show disapproval
self-abuse
{i} masturbation; deprecation or deliberate misuse of own skills and abilities; blame oneself
sexual abuse
mistreatment through inappropriate and/or damaging sexual conduct (i.e. rape, sex with minors, etc.)
sexual abuse
If a child or other person suffers sexual abuse, someone forces them to take part in sexual activity with them, often regularly over a period of time
sexual abuse
a statutory offense that provides that it is a crime to knowingly cause another person to engage in an unwanted sexual act by force or threat; "most states have replaced the common law definition of rape with statutes defining sexual assault"
solvent abuse
Solvent abuse is the dangerous practice of breathing in the gases from substances such as glue in order to feel as if you are drunk. when someone breathes in gases from glues or similar substances in order to get a pleasant feeling, especially when they become dependent on doing this = glue-sniffing
subject to abuse
victim of abuse; used excessively
substance abuse
For purposes of the contract, this term is limited to alcoholism and drug abuse
substance abuse
The uncontrollable or excessive abuse of addictive substances, such as (but not limited to) alcohol, drugs or other chemicals and the resultant physiological and/or psychological dependency which develops with continued use
substance abuse
over usage of addictive products (drugs, alcohol)
substance abuse
excessive use of drugs
substance abuse
The overindulgence in and dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or a narcotic drug. Also called chemical abuse.substance abuser n. the habit of taking too many illegal drugs, in a way that harms your health = drug abuse
substance abuse
Operationally defined by the National Research Council to encompass four behavioral patterns: overeating, cigarette smoking, alcohol abuse, and drug abuse
substance abuse
The taking of alcohol or other drugs at dosages that place a person's social, economic, psychological and physical welfare in potential hazard, or endanger public health, morals, safety or welfare, or a combination thereof Also called chemical dependency
substance abuse
Use of alcohol or drugs that impairs an individuals’ ability to function The impairment can be mental, physical or financial to the individual abusing the substance or others around him or her
substance abuse
Abusing alcohol or other drugs that place a person’s social, economic, psychological welfare in potential danger and/or endangering the public, or a combination (also called chemical dependency )
substance abuse
Continuous and excessive use of alcohol or drugs resulting in addiction Alcoholics and rehabilitated drug abusers are considered people with disabilities and thus afforded employment protection under the ADA Alcoholics are protected provided their condition neither interferes with their ability to work nor poses a threat to the property or safety of others Only drug abusers who have successfully completed rehabilitation programs and people who are mistakenly identified as drug users are considered disabled under the ADA Current users of illegal drugs are not protected
substance abuse
Refers to overeating, cigarette smoking, alcohol abuse, or drug abuse
substance abuse
Any use of a controlled substance or illegal drug that produces a pattern of pathological use causing impairment in social or occupational functioning or that produces physiological dependency evidenced by physical tolerance or withdrawal Nicotine addiction and caffeine addiction are not considered substance abuse under the Plan
substance abuse
a pattern of drug abuse that diminishes the ability to fulfil responsibilities at home, work or school that results in repeated use of a drug in dangerous situations or that leads to legal difficulties related to drug use
substance abuse
The term "Substance Abuse" is the condition caused by regular excessive compulsive drinking of alcohol and/or physical habitual dependence on drugs that results in a chronic disorder affecting physical health and/or personal or social functioning This does not include dependence on tobacco and ordinary caffeine-containing drinks
substance abuse
medieval philosophy
substance abuse
Abuse of, dependence on, or addiction to alcohol or a controlled substance
substance abuse
excessive use of alcohol or drug;  substances can cause sleep disturbances
verbal abuse
maltreating someone by speaking to them inappropriately
victim of abuse
one who has been mistreated, one who is mistreated
Türkçe - İngilizce
abuse