ache

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} acımak
ağrımak
{f} sızlamak
{i} acı

O, mide ağrılarından dolayı acı çekerdi. - He used to suffer from stomach aches.

{i} sızı

Vücudumun her tarafında ağrılarım ve sızılarım var. - I have aches and pains all over my body.

ağrı

Hava soğuk olduğunda eklemlerim ağrıyor. - My joints ache when it gets cold.

Yağmur yağdığında kalçamın ağrıdığının farkındayım. - I am aware that my hip aches when it rains.

azap
{i} sancı
ache ağrı
{f} sancımak
ache for
can atmak
ache for
yanıp tutuşmak
ache to
yanıp tutuşmak
ache to
can atmak
aching
{s} ağrıyan
have an ache
sancılanmak
aching
ağrıma
sharp ache
(Tıp) şiddetli acı
head ache
baş ağrısı
stomach ache
mide ağrısı

Bu ilacı alırsan, mide ağrısı iyileşmiş olacak. - If you take this medicine, the stomach ache will be healed.

Onun bir mide ağrısı vardı. - She had a stomach ache.

tummy ache
mide ağrısı
aching
{s} ağrılı
a stomach ache
Bir mide ağrısı
back ache
Sırt ağrısı
balls ache
topları ağrısı
ear ache
kulak ağrısı
head ache pills
baş ağrısı hapları
muscle ache
kas ağrısı
sharp ache, great amount of pain
keskin ağrı, ağrı büyük miktarda
stomach ache
Karın ağrısı
stomache-ache
mide ağrısı
stomached ache
stomached ağrısı
throat ache
Boğaz ağrısı
to ache
yanıp tutuşmak
tonsil ache
bademcik ağrısı
tooth ache
diş ağrısı
aching
acıyan
aching
acıca
aching
elim
aching
ağrıtan
aching
acıtıcı
aching
acıma
shoulder ache
(Tıp) omuz ağrısı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Continued dull pain, as distinguished from sudden twinges, or spasmodic pain

Fill all thy bones with aches - Shakespeare, Tempest, I-ii.

A variant spelling of aitch
To suffer pain; to be the source of, or be in, pain, especially continued dull pain; to be distressed

The sins that in your conscience ache. —.

Parsley
to be in pain or distress
a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"
{n} a continued pain in any part, pain
{v} to be in pain
American Council for Headache Education, American College of Healthcare Executives
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The ADR Control and Housekeeping Electronics, which controls the Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerator
feel physical pain; "Were you hurting after the accident?"
American College of Healthcare Executives
have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"
a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
Continued pain, as distinguished from sudden twinges, or spasmodic pain
be the source of pain
An ache is a steady, fairly strong pain in a part of your body. Poor posture can cause neck ache, headaches and breathing problems. see also backache, headache, heartache, stomach ache
You can use aches and pains to refer in a general way to any minor pains that you feel in your body. It seems to ease all the aches and pains of a hectic and tiring day
{f} suffer from a continuous dull pain, hurt; miss, yearn for
If you ache or a part of your body aches, you feel a steady, fairly strong pain. Her head was throbbing and she ached all over My leg still aches when I sit down The weary walkers soothed their aching feet in the sea
" To suffer pain; to have, or be in, pain, or in continued pain; to be distressed
A name given to several species of plants; as, smallage, wild celery, parsley
{i} continuous dull pain, hurt
To suffer pain; to have, or be in, pain, or in continued pain; to be distressed
If you ache for something or your heart aches, you want something very much, and feel very unhappy because you cannot have it. She still ached for the lost intimacy and sexual contact of marriage It was quite an achievement to keep smiling when his heart must have been aching. = long, yearn
To suffer pain; to be the source of or be in, pain, especially continued dull pain; to be distressed
ache for
To desire, or want something, or someone, very much

He ached for her as he'd never ached for any woman.

aching
Present participle of ache
Ach
A central distribution and settlement point for electronic items exchanged between an originating bank and a receiving bank
Ach
Automated Clearing House: A collection of 32 regional electronic inter-bank networks used to process transactions electronically with a guaranteed one-day bank collection float
Ach
A processing organization networked with others to exchange (clear and settle) electronic debit/credit transactions (no physical checks) Top of page
Ach
Automated Clearing House A regional organization used by member banks to electronically transfer funds between members
Ach
ACH stands for Air Changes per Hour It is the number of times in one hour that the air in your house is completely replaced with outside air
Ach
Acquisition Channel
Ach
Unit used for quantifying air flow
Ach
A funds transfer system governed by the rules of NACHA which provides for the interbank clearing of electronic entries for participating Depository Institutions
Ach
(Automated Clearing House) An electronic transmission of money from one institution to another Can be established for the purpose of automatic investment or SWP
Ach
Automated Clearinghouse
Ach
(pronounced aCH): Ach is an expression of surprise, disgust, or resignation Ach, you don't really notice the smell after a while
Ach
Automated Clearing House moves financial transactions electronically and automatically When you sign up for direct deposit through your employer your deposit comes by ACH and is automatically deposited into your account at the credit union on the date your employer has requested This allows transactions to be sent prior to posting and warehoused until they are to be posted Besides deposits, withdrawals can be made the same way You can have your mortgage payment, utility payments, insurance payments, and other monthly payments automatically deducted from your share draft account
Ach
[Automated Clearing House] The inter-bank system used to electronically process payments by check Most U S banks participate by honoring checks drawn on other banks and depositing payments electronically
Ach
Automated Clearing House An agency which acts as an electronic transfer center Used by payroll for direct deposit of employee payments (Commonly used as a reference term for the direct deposit system )
Ach
ACH stands for the Automated Clearing House, the nation-wide system for electronic transfer of funds used by almost all financial institutions in the United States This process is also called direct deposit or electronic deposit and is used by nearly three-fourths of WRS annuitants WRS annuitants can have their monthly checks safely and efficiently credited to their checking or savings accounts by submitting and ACH direct deposit form to the Department of Employee Trust Funds Forms can be obtained by contacting the Department or from this website
Ach
Automatic Clearing House Electronic means of receiving payment for linehaul charges from customers
Ach
See: Automated Clearing House
Ach
Air Changes Per Hour is the number of times that air in a building is completely replaced with outdoor air in one hour
Ach
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Ach
A computer-based clearing and settlement facility for the interchange of electronic debits and credits among financial institutions Basically acts as an intermediary that clears transactions through two or more financial institutions, similar to the Federal Reserve system
Ach
Automated Clearing House Back to Top
Ach
Automatic withdrawal of lease payment from a customer specified bank account
Ach
Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) is an automated system for exchanging electronic funds drawn against one another
Ach
Automated Clearing House
Aching
causing a dull and steady pain; "my aching head"; "her old achy joints"
Aching
a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
ach
A name given to several species of plants; as, smallage, wild celery, parsley
ached
past of ache
aches
plural of ache
aching
causing a dull and steady pain; "my aching head"; "her old achy joints
aching
{s} hurting, suffering from pain; yearning for
aching
That aches; continuously painful. See ache
aching
That aches; continuously painful
achingly
emphasis You can use achingly for emphasis when you are referring to things that create feelings of wanting something very much, but of not being able to have it. three achingly beautiful ballads
achingly
In an aching manner; sorely
achingly
painfully, hurtfully, sorely
balls ache
irritation, annoyance; pain in the neck, pain in the ass, annoying person or thing (Slang)
belly ache
stomach ache, pain in the abdomen
face ache
(Slightly Offensive term) very ugly person; annoying person
head ache
pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs
muscle ache
pain in a muscle, sore muscle
stomach ache
If you have a stomach-ache, you have a pain in your stomach
stomach ache
pain in the stomach
stomach ache
an ache localized in the stomach or abdominal region
ache

    التركية النطق

    eyk

    المتضادة

    comfort, ease, health, relief

    النطق

    /ˈāk/ /ˈeɪk/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'Ak ] (intransitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English aken (verb), and ache (noun) from Old English acan (verb) (from Proto-Germanic *akanan) and æċe (noun) (from Proto-Germanic *akiz). The noun was originally pronounced as spelled--with a palatized ch sound (compare batch bake); and the verb was originally strong, conjugating for tense like take (eg. I ake, I oke, I have aken ), but gradually becoming weak during Middle English. Historically the verb was spelled ake, and the noun as ache (--Shak.). Confusion arose when Dr Johnson mistakingly cited derivation from Ancient Greek ἄχος, "pain", due to the similarites in form and meaning.

    الازمنة

    aches, aching, ached

    كلمة اليوم

    primipara
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