numbing

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hissizleşme
numb
uyuşuk
numb
hissiz
numb
uyuşmuş

Ellerim soğuktan uyuşmuş. - My hands are numb from the cold.

Tom'un ayaklarını uyuşmuş hissediyordu. - Tom's feet felt numb.

numb
donakalmış
numb
duygusuz
numb
{f} uyuştur

Bir buz paketi acıyı uyuşturacaktır. - An ice pack will numb the pain.

Soğuk uzuvları uyuşturur. - Cold numbs the limbs.

numb
uyuşturmak
mind-numbing
Çok çok sıkıcı
mind-numbing
Düşünülemeyecek kadar çok kötü, sıkıcı
numb
dondurmak
numb
duygusuzlaştırmak
numb
uyuşuk,v.uyuştur: adj.duygusuz
numb
hissizleştirmek
numb
uyuşukluk vermek
numb
numbness duygusuzluk
numb
numbly hissizce
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
causing numbness or insensitivity; "the numbing effect of grief"
causing numbness or insensitivity; "the numbing effect of grief
present participle of numb
{i} act of making or becoming numb; anesthetization; loss of sense of touch and feeling
mind-numbing
Excessively boring, tedious, or dull; repetitive; of an activity, etc., lacking any interest or variety that might serve as intellectual stimulation

The story described the main character's wristwatch in mind-numbing detail.

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Without the power of sensation and motion or feeling; insensible
numb
To cause to become numb

The dentist gave me novocaine to numb my tooth before drilling, thank goodness.

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To make numb; to deprive of the power of sensation or motion; to render senseless or inert; to deaden; to benumb; to stupefy
numb
{a} benumbed, torpid, cold, chill, dead
numb
{v} to make numb, chill, stupify, deaden
mind-numbing
If you describe an event or experience as mind-numbing, you mean that it is so bad, boring, or great in extent that you are unable to think about it clearly
mind-numbing
If you describe an event or experience as mind-numbing, you mean that it is so bad, boring, or great in extent that you are unable to think about it clearly. It was another day of mind-numbing tedium. + mind-numbingly mind-numbingly a mind-numbingly boring sport
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If an event or experience numbs you, you can no longer think clearly or feel any emotion. For a while the shock of Philippe's letter numbed her The horror of my experience has numbed my senses. see also mind-numbing + numbed numbed I'm so numbed with shock that I can hardly think. the sort of numbed hush which usually follows an automobile accident
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Producing numbness; benumbing; as, the numb, cold night
numb
(followed by `to') not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive; "passersby were dead to our plea for help"; "numb to the cries for mercy"
numb
If you are numb with shock, fear, or grief, you are so shocked, frightened, or upset that you cannot think clearly or feel any emotion. The mother, numb with grief, has trouble speaking I was so shocked I went numb. + numbness numb·ness Many men become more aware of emotional numbness in their 40s. + numbly numb·ly He walked numbly into the cemetery
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lacking sensation; "my foot is asleep"; "numb with cold"
numb
Enfeebled in, or destitute of, the power of sensation and motion; rendered torpid; benumbed; insensible; as, the fingers or limbs are numb with cold
numb
{f} cause to be numb, make insensitive (to pain), anesthetize
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If a part of your body is numb, you cannot feel anything there. He could feel his fingers growing numb at their tips My legs felt numb and my toes ached. + numbness numb·ness I have recently been suffering from pain and numbness in my hands
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make numb or insensitive; "The shock numbed her senses"
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without the power of sensation and motion or feeling, insensible
numb
If cold weather, a drug, or a blow numbs a part of your body, you can no longer feel anything in it. An injection of local anaesthetic is usually given first to numb the area She awoke with a numbed feeling in her left leg
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make numb or insensitive; "The shock numbed her senses
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{s} anesthetized; lacking sensitivity (to pain); in shock; senseless
numb
so frightened as to be unable to move; stunned or paralyzed with terror; "petrified with fear"; "she was petrified by the eerie sound"; "too numb with fear to move"
numbing

    الواصلة

    numb·ing

    التركية النطق

    nʌmîng

    النطق

    /ˈnəməɴɢ/ /ˈnʌmɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'n&m ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English nomen, from past participle of nimen to take; more at NIM.

    كلمة اليوم

    recondite
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