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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Tıp) Hastalık nöbeti veya bu nöbete tutulma
{i} zapt
(Kanun) vaziyet

Tom Mary'nin bir epilepsi krizi olduğunda ne yapacağını biliyor. - Tom knows what to do when Mary has an epileptic seizure.

el koyma
ele geçirme
ani hastalık nöbeti
{i} haciz
(Nükleer Bilimler) zaptetme, sıkışma
{i} inme
(Biyoloji) nöbet

Tom başka nöbet geçiriyor. - Tom is having another seizure.

Sami'nin arada sırada nöbet geçiriyor. - Sami still has occasional seizures.

(Avrupa Birliği) zaptetme
{i} tutma
{i} (Tıp) inme, felç; nöbet; kriz
(Askeri) ELE GEÇİRME: Düşman kontrolü altındaki bir arazinin ihtiyari olarak sınırlandırılmış bir parçasının, bir harekat maksadıyla zaptı. Bir ada gibi tecrit edilmiş durumdaki bir arazi kitlesinin zaptı da, ele geçirme olarak ifade edilir
{i} el koyma, haciz; müsadere
{i} felç
(Ticaret) gasp etme
(Kanun) tasarruf
yatak sarma
seizure disorder
(Tıp, İlaç) Nöbet, nöbet bozukluğu, epilepsi
seizure order
nöbet sırası
seizure by violence
seizure note
(Kanun,Ticaret) müsadere zaptı
seizure of animal
(Kanun) hayvan üzerinde hapis hakkı
seizure of letter
(Kanun) mektubun zabtı
seizure of power
iktidar el koyma
seizure of property
(Kanun) mal zaptı
seizure of property
(Kanun) mala el koyma
seizure of property
(Kanun) mal haczi
seizure of telegram
(Kanun) telgrafın zaptı
seizure under legal process
(Kanun) adli işlemle el koymak
cluster seizure
(Tıp) küme nöbeti
epileptic seizure
epilepsi atağı
hastalık nöbeti
(Tıp) kasılma nöbetleri
suffer a seizure
nöbet geçirmek
epileptic seizure
Sara nöbeti
fever seizure
fever seizure
Ateş nöbeti
illness, seizure
hastalık, nöbet
panic seizure
panik nöbeti
answer seizure ratio
yakalama / yanıtlama oranı
answer seizure ratio
yanıtlama yakalama oranı
answer seizure ratio
yakalama-yanitlama orani
answer seizure ratio
(Bilgisayar) yakalama-yanıtlama oranı
febrile seizure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ateşli nöbet
focal seizure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) fokal nöbet
owner of seizure
(Ticaret) haciz koyduran
partial seizure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kısmi nöbet
provisional seizure
(Kanun) muvakkat zapt
undue seizure
yasaya aykırı el koyma
visit, board, search, and seizure
(Askeri) gemi zapt ve müsadere harekatı
warrant of seizure
(Kanun) yakalama müzekkeresi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A sudden onset of pain or emotion

He felt the sudden seizure of pain as the heart attack began.

The act of taking possession, as by force or right of law

As yet there had been no alarm of fever. The three seizures had excited some comment, however, and had it not been for the counter-excitement of the burning ship, it is possible that Pine's precaution would have been thrown away.

A sudden attack or convulsion, (e.g. an epileptic seizure)

He fell to the floor and convulsed when the epilectic seizure occurred.

{n} the act of seizing, a thing seized, force
the act of taking of a person by force
occurs when part(s) of the brain receives a burst of abnormal electrical signals that temporarily interrupts normal electrical brain function The incidence of seizures is high before the child's first birthday
Period of abnormal activity in which the dog may be gnashing his teeth, snapping his jaw, arching his back while on his side, experiencing loss of consciousness, and loss of bladder and bowel control Pronunciation: See*Zür • (noun) Also Known As: Convulsions, Ictus Stage Examples: My epileptic Border Collie has Seizures every two weeks Common Misspellings: Ceasar, Ceasur, Sezure, Siezure, Ceaser, Seasur, Seezer What Does a Seizure Look Like? Related Terms Grand Mal Petit Mal Idiopathic Epilepsy Secondary Epilepsy Ictal Post-Ictal Status Epilepticus
Abnormal electrical discharge of brain tissue, often resulting in abnormal body movements or behaviors
When an organization such as the police or customs service makes a seizure of illegal goods, they find them and take them away. Police have made one of the biggest seizures of heroin there's ever been in Britain. arms seizures
convulsions, epilepsy, due to temporary disruption in electrical activity of the brain
a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease; "he suffered an epileptic seizure"
An action to remove a violative product from the market by requesting a court to direct a U S Marshal to take possession of goods until a matter is resolved (From FDA Consumer May-April 2000)
Involves a disruption of the normal activity of the brain through neuronal instability Neurons become unstable and fire in an abnormally rapid manner, similar to a misfiring engine, with the excess electric discharges resulting in a seizure
Say: see-zur A seizure can seem pretty scary especially if you don't know too much about it Your brain normally sends lots of electric signals to your body to tell it what to do, but when the electric signals go a little haywire, a person can have a seizure During a seizure, a person may shake all over and seem to lose control of their body Another person may be incredibly still and stare into space for a while The person usually doesn't realize what's happening and probably won't remember when they wake up People who have seizures often have a condition called epilepsy
the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
The stopping of relative motion as the result of interfacial friction
The act of seizing, or the state of being seized; sudden and violent grasp or gripe; a taking into possession; as, the seizure of a thief, a property, a throne, etc
the taking possession of something by legal process
Retention within one's grasp or power; hold; possession; ownership
{i} sudden attack of disease (such as epilepsy); expropriation, confiscation; instance of taking control
If there is a seizure of power or a seizure of an area of land, a group of people suddenly take control of the place, using force. the seizure of territory through force
If a financial institution or a government makes a seizure of someone's assets, they take their money or property from them because they have not paid money that they owe. A court ordered the seizure of two ships for non-payment of the debt
The taking of items, usually by police of items found in a search which are to be used as evidence of an offence •Police Procedures
Uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain, which may produce a physical convulsion, minor physical signs, thought disturbances, or a combination of symptoms
An uncontrolled discharge of nerve cells that may spread to other cells throughout the brain The sudden attack may he accompanied by loss of bowel and bladder control, involuntary movements, and a change in mentation
To grab your opponents weapon
the taking possession of something by legal process a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease; "he suffered an epileptic seizure
Governmental interference with possessory interests in property; also, intentionally-applied governmental restrictions on an individual's liberty
occurs when part(s) of the brain receives a burst of abnormal electrical signals that temporarily interrupts normal electrical brain function
Roman Emperor
sudden onset of convulsions
If someone has a seizure, they have a sudden violent attack of an illness, especially one that affects their heart or brain. a mild cardiac seizure I was prescribed drugs to control seizures
also called, convulsion, fit or attack, an epileptic seizure interrupts normal brain activity when brain cells 'fire' much faster than usual This may result in altered states of consciousness There are about 40 different kinds of seizures but basically, they are classified as either generalized (wherein the entire brain is affected) or partial (only part of the brain is affected and consciousness is not lost) Seizures are further classified as being either symptomatic (seizures arising from a structural abnormality in the brain) or idiopathic (cause of seizures unknown) About 70 % of seizures are categorized as idiopathic Some of the more common types of seizures are
That which is seized, or taken possession of; a thing laid hold of, or possessed
a disorder of the nervous system due to a sudden, excessive, disorderly discharge of the brain neurons
seizure-alert dog
a dog that can alert or assist people with seizure disorders
search and seizure
In law enforcement, an exploratory investigation of a premises or a person and the taking into custody of property or an individual in the interest of gaining evidence of unlawful activity or guilt. The latitude allowed police in carrying out searches and seizures varies greatly from country to country. In the U.S., the 4th Amendment to the Constitution prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires that a warrant be issued following a finding of probable cause. The warrant must specify the place to be searched and the persons and things to be seized
Jacksonian seizure
Seizures characteristic of certain forms of epilepsy
absence seizure
Formal term for a petit mal epileptic seizure. Brief seizure lasting upto 30 seconds involving vacantness and lack of awareness, possibly including twitching; not including spasm or unconsciousness
epileptic seizure
convulsions accompanied by impaired consciousness
focal seizure
transitory disturbance in motor or sensory function resulting from abnormal cortical activity
freedom from search and seizure
a right guaranteed by the 4th amendment to the US constitution
Disturbance in brain function; sudden break in stream of thought and activity; may include loss of consciousness
plural of seizure
Occurs when there are excessive electrical discharges released in some nerve cells of the brain The brain loses control over muscles, consciousness, senses, and thoughts
A mimic, but also a relative contraindication for thrombolytic therapy