massage

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الإنجليزية - التركية
masaj yapmak

Dizlerime masaj yapmak zorundayım. - I have to massage my knees.

masaj

Onun sırtına masaj yaptı. - She massaged his back.

Göğsüne masaj yapmamı ister misin? - Would you like me to massage your chest?

ovuşturmak
{f} masaj yap

Tom parmaklarıyla şakaklarını masaj yapar. - Tom massages his temples with his fingers.

Göğsüne masaj yapmamı ister misin? - Would you like me to massage your chest?

{f} ovmak
(isim) masaj
masaj,v.masaj yap: n.masaj
(Tıp) Tedavi maksadı ile yapılan sürtme, vurma, oğuşturma gibi hareketler, masaj
massage for connective tissue
bağ doku masajı
massage oneself
oğunmak
cardiac massage
kalp masajı
massager
masajcı
facial massage
yüz masajı
massaged
masaj
massages
masaj
medical massage
Tıbbi masaj
smooth, massage, knead
Masaj, yoğurmak pürüzsüz
i would like to have a massage
masaj yaptırmak istiyorum
would you like to have a massage
masaj yaptırmak ister misiniz
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The action of rubbing, kneading or hitting someone's body, to help the person relax, prepare for muscular action (as in contact sports) or to relieve aches

Having a massage can have many beneficial effects.

To falsify (data or accounts)
To manipulate (data or a document) to make it more presentable or more convenient to work with

The Conservatives have massaged expectations down by saying they would be delighted with a majority of 1,000.

To rub and knead (someone's body or a part of a body), to perform a massage on (somebody)
There are over 80 types of massage in use today They are as many reasons to seek massage as there are types In general, massage is based on concepts of human function, anatomy, and physiology and uses a wide variety of soft tissue and manipulative techniques More about this subject Even More about this subject
{i} act of treating the body by rubbing or kneading the muscles or joints to stimulate circulation or relaxation
The gentle practice of manipulating the body's tissues in order to soothe and heal
mechanical form of therapy in which the soft tissues are made more pliable, promoting increased blood flow and healing
Manipulation of skin, muscle and joints (usually by hand) to relax muscle spasm, relieve tension, improve circulation and hasten elimination of wastes It also stretches connective tissue and improves circulation A wonderful antidote to stress and muscle tension, massage does not rub away weight, but will rub away fatigue, inducing relaxation Various forms of massage include: Accupressure, Athletic Massage, Polarity Massage, Reflexology, Rolfing, Shiatsu, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, Traeger Massage, Watsu
a therapeutic treatment of hands on pressure and traction to the musculoskeletal system for at least a thirty minute duration
The manual soft tissue manipulation that includes holding, causing movement and/or applying pressure to the body Top of Page
Massage is the action of squeezing and rubbing someone's body, as a way of making them relax or reducing their pain. Alex asked me if I wanted a massage
the action of rubbing or kneading someones body, to help the person relax or to relieve aches
If you massage someone or a part of their body, you squeeze and rub their body, in order to make them relax or reduce their pain. She continued massaging her right foot, which was bruised and aching
To treat by means of massage; to rub or knead; as, to massage a patient with ointment
A term used to describe a range of techniques such as touching, stroking, pressing and kneading the surface of the body to promote physical and mental relaxation See massage section
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The practice of manipulating the muscles and limbs to ease tension and reduce pain
disapproval If you say that someone massages statistics, figures, or evidence, you are criticizing them for changing or presenting the facts in a way that misleads people. Their governments have no reason to `massage' the statistics. Systematic, scientific manipulation of body tissues with the hands to relieve pain and reduce swelling, relax muscles, and speed healing after strains and sprains. It has been used for more than 3,000 years by the Chinese. Early in the 19th century, the Swedish physician Per Henrik Ling (1776-1839) devised a massage system for joint and muscle ailments, which was later extended to relieve deformities of arthritis and re-educate muscles following paralysis. Manipulations include light or hard stroking, compression (kneading, squeezing, and friction), and percussion (striking with the edges of the hands in rapid alternation). In acupressure, a style of massage derived from China, pressure is exerted on Chinese acupuncture points for healing effects. See also physical medicine and rehabilitation
The use of touch and various manipulation techniques to move muscles and soft body tissues to relieve stress, tension, and pain There are many touch therapies Some considered "bodywork" or somatic psychotherapy might include the use of energy work, talk, and emotional release There are many types of massage and bodywork that require that practitioners receive advanced training to practice
A healing touch that applies pressure on the muscles of the body Benefits of massage include an enhanced feeling of well-being, less muscle tension, improved blood and lymph circulation, lower blood pressure, increased range of motion, less anxiety relief from depression, less trouble sleeping, relief from depression
give a massage to; "She massaged his sore back"
therapeutic friction, stroking, and kneading of the body; see also osteopathic manipulative treatment; soft tissue treatment
manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes; "She rubbed down her child with a sponge
The manipulation of skin, muscle, and joints (usually by hand) to relax muscle spasm, relieve tension, improve circulation, and eliminate wastes Over 80 types of massage are in use today Various forms include: acupressure, athletic, polarity, reflexology, rolfing, shiatsu, sports, Swedish, traeger, and watsu
{f} rub or knead muscles and joints with hands to stimulate circulation or relaxation, give a massage
kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation
manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes; "She rubbed down her child with a sponge"
The "hands-on" ancient therapy takes many forms The aims of therapeutic massage are to induce physical and mental relaxation, improve circulation and muscle tone, prevent soft tissue problems, aid the efficient functioning of the digestive system and encourage the elimination of toxins from the body
A rubbing or kneading of the body, especially when performed as a hygienic or remedial measure
A method of manipulation of the body by rubbing, pinching, kneading, tapping, etc
kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation give a massage to; "She massaged his sore back"
manipulation of the scalp or body by rubbing, kneading, stroking or tapping, to increase circulation
A mechanical form of therapy, whereby the soft tissues are made more pliable with different techniques, promoting increased blood flow and subsequent healing
Walt's Massage/Rolfing Q&A Archive
Massage is the intentional and systematic manipulation of the soft tissues of the body to enhance health and healing Joint movements are commonly performed as part of massage The primary characteristics of massage are touch and movement
Manipulation of muscles and skin (by kneading and stroking)
kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation give a massage to; "She massaged his sore back" manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes; "She rubbed down her child with a sponge
This is the application, usually by hand, of systematic stroking or manipulation to the soft tissues of the body for therapeutic purposes, i e , to alleviate pain and discomfort The most well known massage movements are those that involve stroking and gliding (effleurage), kneading (petrissage), and percussion (tapotement) to soft tissues of the body (Manip #1 p 286-289)
mechanical form of therapy in which the soft tissues are made more pliable with different techniques, promoting increased blood flow and subsequent healing
vt Vague term used to describe `smooth' transformations of a data set into a different form, esp transformations that do not lose information Connotes less pain than {munch} or {crunch} "He wrote a program that massages X bitmap files into GIF format " Compare {slurp}
to rub and knead (someones body or a part of a body), to perform a massage on (somebody)
The manual soft tissue manipulation that includes holding, causing movement and/or applying pressure to the body
massage parlor
A brothel
massage parlor
A place where clients can pay for a massage
massage parlour
Alternative spelling of massage parlor
massage parlor
{i} place that provides massage treatments to paying customers; brothel that includes sexual massages
massage parlor
a business establishment that offers therapeutic massage
massage parlor
a business establishment that offers therapeutic massage a place where illicit sex is available under the guise of therapeutic massage
massage parlor
a place where illicit sex is available under the guise of therapeutic massage
massage parlour
mas·sage par·lour massage parlours in AM, use massage parlor A massage parlour is a place where people go and pay for a massage. Some places that are called massage parlours are in fact places where people pay to have sex
massage services
company which provides therapeutic massages to customers
massage therapy
massotherapy, somatotherapy, natural healing method based on rubbing and kneading pressure points on the body
erotic massage
A sexual massage around the erogenous zones
massager
A masseur or masseuse
massager
An instrument or device designed to massage the body
Swedish massage
A system of therapeutic massage and exercise for the muscles and joints, developed in Sweden in the 19th century
cardiac massage
A resuscitative procedure that employs the rhythmic compression of the chest and heart in an effort to restore and maintain the circulation after cardiac arrest or ventricular fibrillation. Also called heart massage
cardiac massage
an emergency procedure that employs rhythmic compression of the heart (either through the chest wall or, during surgery, directly to the heart) in an attempt to maintain circulation during cardiac arrest
massaged
past of massage
massager
someone who rubs or kneads parts of the body to stimulate circulation and promote relaxation
massager
{i} one who gives therapeutic body rubs, one who massages
massages
plural of massage
massaging
present participle of massage
medical massage
massage which has healing powers, therapeutic massage
swedish massage
massage combined with a system of active and passive exercises for the muscles and joints
massage
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