panic

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الإنجليزية - التركية
panik

Tren raydan çıktı, ve panik oldu. - The train was derailed, and panic ensued.

Tom bir panik atak geçiriyor. - Tom is having a panic attack.

ürkü
paniğe uğratmak
paniğe kapılmak
(fiil) paniğe kapılmak
{i} çok komik şey [amer.]
heyecanlandırıp coşturmak panicstricken s
{i} komik tip [amer.]
fiyatlarda düşme korkusu
ani ve şiddetli korku
(Tıp) Panki, korku ile telaşa kapılma
(Askeri) PANİK: Ani telaş ve korku
panik hissi ile ilgili
{i} telaş

Telaş etmenin bir faydası olmayacak. - Panicking won't help.

panik,v.panik ol: n.panik
paniğe kaptırmak
tiyatro

Yangın tiyatroda paniğe neden oldu. - The fire caused a panic in the theater.

(Askeri) korku

Korku ve paniğe kapılmıştım. - Fear and panic overwhelmed me.

korkmak
panik içinde
komik tip
çok komik şey
panic button
Alarm butonu, acil durum butonu
panic attack
panik saldırısı
panic stricken
paniğe kapılmış
panic-stricken
paniğe kapılmış
panic buying
Felaket durumu için gıda, su ve gerekli ihtiyaçların alınması
panic room
Sığınak
panic seizure
panik nöbeti
panic exit device
acil çıkış kapısı kolu
panic reaction
panik tepkisi
panic stricken
panik
panic struck
panik
panic struck
paniğe kapılmış
get panic
Paniklemek
cause a panic
panik yaratmak
affect with panic
panik ol
cause to panic
paniğe yol aç
feel panic
panik ol
panicky
telaş verici
panicky
panik halinde
panicked
panik

Salı akşamı hepimiz panikledik. - Tuesday evening we all panicked.

Tom haberi duyduğunda panikledi. - Tom panicked when he heard the news.

panics
panik
throw s.o. into a panic/tizzy
k. dili birini telaşa düşürmek
to panic
panik olmak
affect with panic
panik olmak
bomb panic
bomba paniği
cause to panic
paniğe yol açmak
couse a panic
ateşe vermek
get into a panic
paniğe uğramak
get into a panic
paniğe kapılmak
get into panic
paniğe kapılmak
go into panic
paniğe kapılmak
panicky
kolay paniğe kapılan
panicky
panik

Sami paniklemeye başladı. - Sami started to get panicky.

panicky
kolayca paniğe kapılan
panicky
{s} paniğe kapılmış
push the panic button
{k} paniğe kapılmak
to panic
paniğe uğratmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Of fear, fright etc: sudden or overwhelming (attributed by the ancient Greeks to the influence of Pan)

All things were there in a disordered confusion, and in a confused furie, untill such time as by praiers and sacrifices they had appeased the wrath of their Gods. They call it to this day, the Panike terror.

Rapid reduction in asset prices due to broad efforts to raise cash in anticipation of continuing decline in asset prices
To feel overwhelming fear
Pertaining to the god Pan
Overpowering fright, often affecting groups of people or animals
a sudden, unreasonable, overpowering fear
{a} violent without due cause, groundless
{n} violent fright without a just cause
be overcome by a sudden fear; "The students panicked when told that final exams were less than a week away"
{i} sense of extreme fright; attack of fear, episode of fright; alarm, dismay, scare; sudden extensive fright regarding financial affairs resulting in hasty selling and a sharp fall in prices; (Slang) very funny person; funny thing
Type of alarm that is activated by a special button or pendant due to an emergency such as a hold-up The signal is sent to the monitoring station who can then notify the proper authorities
an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety sudden mass fear and anxiety over anticipated events; "panic in the stock market"; "a war scare"; "a bomb scare led them to evacuate the building"
In psychiatry, an attack of acute, intense, and overwhelming anxiety accompanied by a considerable degree of personality disorganization
Panic refers specifically to a UI check that must be made by units which are in close proximity to a friendly unit that routs
A Computer term for a condition when the system becomes inoperable due to an abnormal condition detected by the kernel The system reboots on it's own Panics create dumps
{f} be overcome with extreme fright, be stricken with panic, be alarmed; make a person feel panic
A run time exception
Panic is programmer slang for a system or computer crash, or for the fatal error that causes the crash It may also become slang for the attitude of day-traders working with dot-com options
{s} pertaining to panic; resulting from possible panic; caused by unexpected overpowering fear
The name given to the feature of a security system that provides the ability for the operator to cause the system's siren to sound at will The panic feature is typically initiated either by pressing a button or buttons on the remote control transmitteror by keypad command or by push-button or toggle switch 2
Panic or a panic is a situation in which people are affected by a strong feeling of anxiety. There was a moment of panic in Britain as it became clear just how vulnerable the nation was I'm in a panic about getting everything done in time The policy announcement caused panic buying of petrol
What a mother goes thru when the darn wind-up swing stops
A sudden, overpowering fright; esp
A plant of the genus Panicum; panic grass; also, the edible grain of some species of panic grass
is acute and extreme anxiety with accompanying physiologic symptoms
UNIX jargon for a "crash " A panic is really a special kind of a crash Panics occur when UNIX detects some irreconcilable inconsistency in one of its internal data structures The kernel throws up its hands and shuts the system down before any damage can be done As it is going down, it prints a "panic" message on the console
What a mother goes through when the darn wind-up swing stops
be overcome by a sudden fear; "The students panicked when told that final exams were less than a week away
An unrecoverable system failure explicitly triggered by the kernel with a call to panic See also kernel crash
sudden mass fear and anxiety over anticipated events; "panic in the stock market"; "a war scare"; "a bomb scare led them to evacuate the building"
a sudden and groundless fright; terror inspired by a trifling cause or a misapprehension of danger; as, the troops were seized with a panic; they fled in a panic
Panic is a very strong feeling of anxiety or fear, which makes you act without thinking carefully. An earthquake hit the capital, causing panic among the population I phoned the doctor in a panic, crying that I'd lost the baby
By extension: A sudden widespread fright or apprehension concerning financial affairs
Extreme or sudden and causeless; unreasonable; - - said of fear or fright; as, panic fear, terror, alarm
Financial and economic crisis, marked by public loss of confidence in the financial structure characterized by runs on banks and a rapid fall of the securities market, bank failures and bankruptcies See Depression (Economic)
The state where an unrecoverable error has occurred Usually, when a panic occurs, a message is displayed on the console to indicate the cause of the problem
an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety
Acute, intense attack of anxiety associated with personality disorganization; the anxiety is overwhelming and accompanied by feelings of impending doom
If you panic or if someone panics you, you suddenly feel anxious or afraid, and act quickly and without thinking carefully. Guests panicked and screamed when the bomb exploded The unexpected and sudden memory briefly panicked her She refused to be panicked into a hasty marriage. panicked panicking to suddenly feel so frightened that you cannot think clearly or behave sensibly, or to make someone do this. In economics, a severe financial disturbance, such as widespread bank failures, feverish stock speculation followed by a market crash, or a climate of fear caused by economic crisis or anticipation of such a crisis. The term is applied only to the initial, violent stage of financial upheaval rather than the whole decline in the business cycle (see depression and recession). Until the 19th century, economic fluctuations were largely connected with shortages of goods, market expansion, and speculation (as in the South Sea Bubble). Panics in the industrialized societies of the 19th-20th centuries have reflected the increasing complexity of advanced economies. The Panic of 1857 in the U.S. had its seeds in the railroads' defaulting on their bonds and in the decline in the value of railroad securities; its effects were complex, including not only the closing of many banks but also severe unemployment in the U.S. and a money-market panic in Europe. The Panic of 1873, which began with financial crises in Vienna and New York, marked the start of a long-term contraction in the world economy. The most infamous panic began with the U.S. stock-market crash of 1929 (see Great Depression)
Son of Ares Brother of Eris (Discord), Trembling, Phobos (Alarm), Metus (Fear), Demios (Dread), and Pallor
Overpowering fright
cause sudden fear in or fill with sudden panic; "The mere thought of an isolation cell panicked the prisoners"
Narcotics shortage in a given city or district due to arrests or interception of a shipment
consternation
panic attack
A sudden period of intense anxiety, mounting physiological arousal, fear, stomach problems and discomfort that are associated with a variety of somatic and cognitive symptoms
panic button
An emergency button which, when pressed, alerts authorities of danger or triggers an alarm system
panic buying
The buying of commodities or other assets earlier than normal, or in quantities greater than normal, because of rumours of coming shortages or price rises
panic disorder
A anxiety disorder which consists of unpredicted severe anxiety attacks
panic rev
In motocross, the revving of the engine the airborne engine, if the front wheel of the bike is too low after executing a jump. The purpose is to accelerate the rotation of the rear tire, thereby raising the front end of the bike
panic room
A safe room
panic snap
A device that allows a rope or cable to be released quickly and easily, such as one made for horses with a ring that releases anything attached to the snap, instantly
panic-stricken
Very frightened, and unable to react sensibly because of panic
panic buying
Panic buying is the act of people buying unusually large amounts of a product in the wake of a disaster or perceived disaster, or in anticipation of a large price increase or shortage, as before a blizzard or hurricane
panic room
A panic room (also called "safe room") is a fortified room which is installed in a private residence or business to provide a safe hiding place for the inhabitants in the event of a break-in, home invasion, or other threat. Panic rooms contain communications equipment, so that law enforcement authorities can be contacted
panic attack
The sudden onset of intense anxiety, characterized by feelings of intense fear and apprehension and accompanied by palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating, and trembling. Also called anxiety attack
panic button
a button to push in order to summon help in case of an emergency; "the circuit is operated by a panic button"; "when he saw that I was angry he hit the panic button
panic button
A signal for a hasty emotional response to an emergency: Stay calm; there's no need to hit the panic button
panic disorder
A psychological disorder characterized by recurrent panic attacks and usually resulting in the development of one or more phobias, such as agoraphobia. It may or may not be associated with a specific situational trigger
panic disorder
an anxiety disorder characterized by unpredictable panic attacks; the attacks are usually severe but brief
panic grass
{i} type of grass grown for grain and fodder
panic grass
Any of numerous grasses of the genus Panicum, many of which are grown for grain and fodder
panic grass
any grass of the genus Panicum; grown for grain and fodder
panic-stricken
If someone is panic-stricken or is behaving in a panic-stricken way, they are so anxious or afraid that they may act without thinking carefully. Panic-stricken travellers fled for the borders. so frightened that you cannot think clearly or behave sensibly
panic-stricken
frightened, in a panic
gay panic defense
A defence in which self-defence against an unwanted homosexual advance is claimed as the motive for an assault
moral panic
A semi-spontaneous or media-generated mass movement based on the perception that an individual, group, community, or culture is dangerously deviant and poses a menace to society. A public outcry
moral-panic
Attributive form of moral panic

moral-panic control.

great panic
large amount of fear
hit the panic button
(Slang) start panicking, begin over-reacting
panicked
thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation; "became panicky as the snow deepened"; "felt panicked before each exam"; "trying to keep back the panic-stricken crowd"; "the terrified horse bolted"
panicked
{s} frightened, alarmed; filled with concern
panicked
past tense of to panic
panicking
present participle of panic
panicking
{s} frightened, alarmed; filled with concern
panicky
thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation; "became panicky as the snow deepened"; "felt panicked before each exam"; "trying to keep back the panic-stricken crowd"; "the terrified horse bolted
panicky
{s} overcome with extreme fright, fearful, full of panic
panicky
A panicky feeling or panicky behaviour is characterized by panic. Many women feel panicky travelling home at night alone. very nervous and anxious
panicky
In a state of panic
panics
plural of panic
panic
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