strained

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الإنجليزية - التركية
gergin

O geldiğinde ortam gerginleşti. - The atmosphere became strained when he came.

{f} ger

Mali sıkıntılar nedeniyle evlilikleri son zamanlarda gerildi. - Their marriage has been strained lately because of financial problems.

Onun ağırlığı ipi gerdi. - His weight strained the rope.

gerilmiş
gerili
süzülmek
süzme

Süzme yoğurdu beğeniyor musun? - Do you like strained yogurt?

yapmacık
sahte
yorgun
zoraki
zoraki/gergin
strain süz/zorla/ger
{s} süzülmüş
{s} kasılmış
strain
gerilmek
strain
gerilerek zorlanmak (kaslar)
strain
gerilme
strain
gerginleştirmek
strain
zorlama

Gözlerini zorlamamaya dikkat et. - Take care not to strain your eyes.

strain
{f} kasılmak
strain
çok gayret etmek
strain
{i} gerginlik

Mary'nin annesinin sürekli karışmasından Tom ve Mary'nin evliliğine büyük bir gerginlik konuldu. - Great strain was put on Tom and Mary's marriage by the constant meddling of Mary's mother.

strained yogurt
Süzme yoğurt
strain
{f} kendini zorlamak; (kaslar) gerilerek zorlanmak; ıkınmak
strain
{i} zorlanma

Amerikan tarihinde anti-entellektüelliğin derin bir zorlanması var. - There's a deep strain of anti-intellectualism in American history.

strain
{i} burkma
strain
anlatım
strain
germek

Ben sinirlerini germek istiyorum. - I want to strain your nerves.

strain
gerinim
strain
eğilmek
strain
{i} germe

Ben sinirlerini germek istiyorum. - I want to strain your nerves.

strain
soy
strain
çarpıtmak
strain
(Biyoloji,Gıda) suş
strain
{i} burkulma
strain
burkmak
strain
(İnşaat) birim uzama
strain
(Muzik) ses
strain
aile

Tom'un pahalı zevkleri ailenin mali durumuna bir yük oluyordu. - Tom's expensive tastes put a strain on the family's finances.

strain
{i} ırk
strain
{f} kasmak
slightly strained
mayhoş
strain
(İnşaat) gerinme
strain
zarar vermek
strain
nesil
strain
irsi özellik
strain
deformasyon
strain
ıkınmak
strain
tür (bitki için)
strain
(Denizbilim) aynı özellikteki balıklar
strain
kucaklamak
strain
biçim değiştirme
strain
biçimsizleşme
strain
(Denizbilim) türdeş
strain
burkulmak
strain
(İnşaat) birim şekil değiştirme
strain
kuvvet
strain
(Askeri) şekil değiştirme
strain
şekil değiştirme
strain
gerilim

Olay, ABD ile diplomatik ilişkilerde derin gerilime neden oldu. - The incident led to deep strains in diplomatic relations with the United States.

strain
baskı

Tom son zamanlarda büyük bir baskı altında. - Tom has been under a great deal of strain lately.

Halat baskı altında kırıldı. - The rope broke under the strain.

strain
zorlamak
strain
özellik
strain
cins (hayvan için)
strain
zorlayarak incitmek (kası)
strain
tarz
strain
kan
strain
iz
strain
zorlanmak
strain
eser
strain
(at ile) germek
strain
nağme
strain
ifade
strain
incitme
strain
zor

Amerikan tarihinde anti-entellektüelliğin derin bir zorlanması var. - There's a deep strain of anti-intellectualism in American history.

Çok okumaktan gözlerini zorlamıştı. - He strained his eyes by reading too much.

strain
{f} ger

Onun ağırlığı ipi gerdi. - His weight strained the rope.

Mary'nin annesinin sürekli karışmasından Tom ve Mary'nin evliliğine büyük bir gerginlik konuldu. - Great strain was put on Tom and Mary's marriage by the constant meddling of Mary's mother.

strain
ezgi
strain
{i} basınç
strain
burkulup incinme
strain
zora gelme
strain
asılmak
strain
soydan ya da doğuştan gelen özellik
strain
büyük çaba harcamak
strain
(against ile) vücuduyla bastırmak
strain
çaba
strain
biçim
strain
itmek
Strain
süzekten geçirmek

Strain the chickpeas.

strain
yamulma
strain
tür

Fransa, genetiği değiştirilmiş bir mısır türünü yasakladı. - France has banned a strain of genetically modified maize.

strain
saptırmak
strain
didinmek
strain
belirti
strain
yormak
strain
gayret etmek
strain
filtre etmek
strain
melodi
strain
zorluk
strain
çabalamak
strain
incinme
strain
karakter
strain
yük

Hava trafik kontrolörleri ağır zihinsel yük altındadırlar. - Air traffic controllers are under severe mental strain.

Tom'un pahalı zevkleri ailenin mali durumuna bir yük oluyordu. - Tom's expensive tastes put a strain on the family's finances.

strain
süzmek

Mary kahveyi süzmek için kağıt filtre kullanır. - Mary uses a paper filter to strain coffee.

strain
hava

Hava trafik kontrolörleri ağır zihinsel yük altındadırlar. - Air traffic controllers are under severe mental strain.

strain
(Nükleer Bilimler) uzama,sünme, yamulma
strain
anlam
strain
silsile
strain
{f} (bir şey yapmaya) kendini zorlamak/çok gayret
strain
özellik/soy/hava/gerilim
strain
şiir parçası
strain
usul
strain
(Tıp) Yorgunluk
strain
strain süz/zorla/ger
strain
incitmek
strain
uzalma
strain
stres deformasyonu
strain
ırk veya millet özelliği
strain
{f} süzgeçten geçirmek
strain
{i} yapı
strain
bahç
strain
{i} (bitki için) tür; (hayvan için) cins, soy
strain
(Tıp) Tansiyon (yüksekliği)
strain
mizaç
strain
{i} müz. ses; nağme
strain
cüzt şey
strain
hayvanlarda soy
strain
ıslah edilmiş bitki cinsi
strain
şarkı
strain
{i} makam
strain
birim deformasyon
strain
{f} (kası) zorlayarak incitmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Simple past tense and past participle of strain
Under tension; tense

Ever since the fight our relation has been strained.

Forced through a strainer

Babies don’t seem to like strained peas, even though the puree is easy for them to eat and digest.

not relaxed or comfortable; showing signs of strain
produced by deliberate effort; artificial or laboured
Subjected to great or excessive tension; wrenched; weakened; as, strained relations between old friends
If someone's appearance, voice, or behaviour is strained, they seem worried and nervous. Gil sensed something wrong from her father's strained voice relaxed
If relations between people are strained, those people do not like or trust each other. a period of strained relations between the prime minister and his deputy
lacking spontaneity; not natural; "a constrained smile"; "forced heartiness"; "a strained smile"
struggling for effect; "agonistic poses"
past of strain
{s} forced, artificial, not spontaneous; taut, stretched; passed through a strainer or sieve
lacking natural ease; "a labored style of debating"
under great stress; "her voice was strained as she asked the question
under great stress; "her voice was strained as she asked the question"
Done or produced with straining or excessive effort; as, his wit was strained
strained silicon
A layer of silicon atoms deposited onto a substrate of silicon germanium constrained to be wider apart than normal; this decreases resistance and increases performance when made into a chip
strained a muscle
moved incorrectly and caused a spasm in a muscle
strained relations
unpleasant relationship between two sides, feeling a lack of steady communication
strain
A tendency or disposition
strain
A portion of music divided off by a double bar; a complete musical period or sentence; a movement, or any rounded subdivision of a movement
strain
To exert or struggle (to do something), especially to stretch (one's senses, faculties etc.) beyond what is normal or comfortable

Thus my plight was evil indeed, for I had nothing now to burn to give me light, and knew that 'twas no use setting to grout till I could see to go about it. Moreover, the darkness was of that black kind that is never found beneath the open sky, no, not even on the darkest night, but lurks in close and covered places and strains the eyes in trying to see into it.

strain
The track of a deer

When they have shot a Deere by land, they follow him like bloud-hounds by the bloud, and straine, and oftentimes so take them.

strain
Any sustained note or movement; a song; a distinct portion of an ode or other poem; also, the pervading note, or burden, of a song, poem, oration, book, etc.; theme; motive; manner; style
strain
Race; lineage, pedigree
strain
To hold tightly, to clasp

So hauing said, her twixt her armes twaine / She straightly straynd, and colled tenderly .

strain
The amount by which a material deforms under stress or force, given as a ratio of the deformation to the initial dimension of the material and typically symbolised by ε is termed the engineering strain. The true strain is defined as the natural logarithm of the ratio of the final dimension to the initial dimension
strain
A violent effort; an excessive and hurtful exertion or tension, as of the muscles

the strain upon the sailboat's rigging.

strain
To apply a force or forces to by stretching out

Relations between the United States and Guatemala traditionally have been close, although at times strained by human rights and civil/military issues.

strain
To tighten (the strings of a musical instrument); to uplift (one’s voice)
strain
An injury resulting from violent effort; a sprain
strain
A cultural subvariety that is only slightly differentiated
strain
{v} to sprain, weaken, squeeze, filter, tighten, force, constrain, exert
strain
{n} a sprain, force, style, song, race, rank
strain
an effortful attempt to attain a goal
strain
an intense or violent exertion
strain
– Elastic deformation due to stress Measured as the change in length per unit of length in a given direction and expressed in percentage of inches per inch or comparable metric units
strain
The ratio of the change in length to the initial unstressed reference length
strain
an intense or violent exertion (physics) deformation of a physical body under the action of applied forces injury to a muscle (often caused by overuse); results in swelling and pain (psychology) nervousness resulting from mental stress; "his responsibilities were a constant strain"; "the mental strain of staying alert hour after hour was too much for him"
strain
test the limits of; "You are trying my patience!"
strain
If strain is put on an organization or system, it has to do more than it is able to do. The prison service is already under considerable strain The vast expansion in secondary education is putting an enormous strain on the system. = pressure
strain
To strain something means to make it do more than it is able to do. The volume of scheduled flights is straining the air traffic control system = stretch
strain
the unit of change in the size or shape of a body due to force; a dimensionless number that characterizes the change in dimensions of an object during a deformation or flow process
strain
To injure in the muscles or joints by causing to make too strong an effort; to harm by overexertion; to sprain; as, to strain a horse by overloading; to strain the wrist; to strain a muscle
strain
A specific biologic version of a microorganism (i e bacterium or virus) The identity of a strain is defined by its genetic makeup, or code; changing just one piece of the code produces a new strain
strain
When you strain food, you separate the liquid part of it from the solid parts. Strain the stock and put it back into the pan
strain
Change of shape or size of a body produced by the action of a stress
strain
If you strain a muscle, you injure it by using it too much or twisting it. He strained his back during a practice session
strain
Strain is an injury to a muscle in your body, caused by using the muscle too much or twisting it. Avoid muscle strain by warming up with slow jogging
strain
Small changes in length and volume associated with deformation of the earth by tectonic stresses or by the passage of seismic waves
strain
Any sustained note or movement; a song; a distinct portion of an ode or other poem; also, the pervading note, or burden, of a song, poem, oration, book, etc
strain
To squeeze; to press closely
strain
difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension; "she endured the stresses and strains of life"; "he presided over the economy during the period of the greatest stress and danger"- R J Samuelson
strain
(psychology) nervousness resulting from mental stress; "his responsibilities were a constant strain"; "the mental strain of staying alert hour after hour was too much for him"
strain
{i} tension; pressure; exertion; sprain or other injury caused by excess stress on some part of the body; extreme emotional pressure; melody; tendency; character; lineage, ancestry; pedigree, breed
strain
To apply a force or forces to
strain
stretch or force to the limit; "strain the rope
strain
a dimensionless quantity calculated as the ratio of deformation to the original size of the body
strain
a complete unit of musical expression composed of multiple phrases and usually resolving with a cadence to the tonic at the end The instrumental tunes in this collection normally consist of two strains, each of which is repeated before proceeding to the other In the Musical Features section of the bibliographic record for each tune, if the strains Henry Reed played were described as 2 (high-low, 4-4), it would indicate that the tune has two strains, that the high strain precedes the low strain, and that each strain consists of four measures
strain
(physics) deformation of a physical body under the action of applied forces
strain
the application of tension beyond normally specified limits, as in the stretching of screen printing fabrics, measured by the ratio of the unit change to the original dimension
strain
The change in volume and or shape of a body as a result of applied forces
strain
make tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious
strain
If you strain to do something, you make a great effort to do it when it is difficult to do. I had to strain to hear They strained their eyes, but saw nothing
strain
To urge with importunity; to press; as, to strain a petition or invitation
strain
Cf
strain
Rank; a sort
strain
a population of cells all descended from a single cell; also called a clone A group of organisms within a species or variety distinguished by one or more minor characteristics; a variety of bacterium or fungus used for culturing The term is mostly associated with cells, bacteria, fungi and viruses, but is sometimes applied to plants [CUB]
strain
If you say that a situation is a strain, you mean that it makes you worried and tense. I sometimes find it a strain to be responsible for the mortgage
strain
alter the shape of (something) by stress; "His body was deformed by leprosy"
strain
the change in length of a body produced by the application of external forces, measured in units of length; this is the proportional relation of the amount of change in length divided by the original length
strain
A biologic characteristic of a microorganism (i e bacterium or virus) The identity of a strain is defined by its genetic makeup, or code; changing just one piece of the code produces a new strain
strain
1st Strain
strain
(biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups; "a new strain of microorganisms"
strain
To press, or cause to pass, through a strainer, as through a screen, a cloth, or some porous substance; to purify, or separate from extraneous or solid matter, by filtration; to filter; as, to strain milk through cloth
strain
The blood-vessel in the yolk of an egg
strain
remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
strain
pervading note of an utterance; "I could follow the general tenor of his argument"
strain
a specific genetic variant of a particular organism
strain
To tighten the strings of a musical instrument; to uplift one's voice
strain
A strain of a germ, plant, or other organism is a particular type of it. Every year new strains of influenza develop. see also eye strain, repetitive strain injury. In the physical sciences and engineering, a number that describes the relative deformation of elastic, plastic, and fluid materials under applied forces. It arises throughout the material as the particles of the material are displaced from their usual position. Normal strain is caused by forces perpendicular to planes or cross sections of the material, such as in a volume that is under pressure on all sides. Shear strain is caused by forces that are parallel to, and lie in, planes or cross sections, such as in a short metal tube that is twisted about its longitudinal axis. See also deformation and flow
strain
The physical deformation, deflection, or change in length resulting from stress (force per unit area)
strain
rub through a strainer or process in an electric blender; "puree the vegetables for the baby"
strain
Injury resulting from a pull or torsion to the muscle or tendon that causes various degrees of stretch or tear to the muscle or tendon tissue
strain
Strain is a state of worry and tension caused by a difficult situation. She was tired and under great strain. the stresses and strains of a busy and demanding career. = stress
strain
To draw with force; to extend with great effort; to stretch; as, to strain a rope; to strain the shrouds of a ship; to strain the cords of a musical instrument
strain
Turn; tendency; inborn disposition
strain
To separate solid from liquid by passing through a strainer or colander
strain
a partial or complete tear of a muscle or tendon
strain
{f} pull taut, stretch; injure a body part through overuse (especially a muscle); work very hard, exert oneself; filter through a sieve; deform, cause a change in shape or size
strain
Change per unit length in a linear dimension of a part or specimen, usually expressed in % Strain, as used with most mechanical tests, is based on original length of the specimen True or natural strain is based on instantaneous length, and is equal to: ln X l lo , where l is instantaneous length and lo is original length of the specimen Shear strain is the change in angle between two lines originally at right angles
strain
To act upon, in any way, so as to cause change of form or volume, as forces on a beam to bend it
strain
one type of HIV HIV is so heterogeneous, no two isolates are exactly the same When HIV is isolated from an individual, and worked on in the lab, it is given its own unique identifier, or strain name (i e , MN, LAI)
strain
a lineage or race of people
strain
A kind or sort (of person etc.)
strain
to exert much effort or energy; "straining our ears to hear"
strain
Hereditary character, quality, or disposition
strain
injury to a muscle (often caused by overuse); results in swelling and pain
strain
The change in the shape or volume of a rock that results from stress
strain
Deformation relative to a rest dimension, including direction (e g , elongation per unit length)
strain
stretch or force to the limit; "strain the rope"
strain
A change of form or dimensions of a solid or liquid mass, produced by a stress
strain
To make violent efforts
strain
A violent effort; an excessive and hurtful exertion or tension, as of the muscles; as, he lifted the weight with a strain; the strain upon a ship's rigging in a gale; also, the hurt or injury resulting; a sprain
strain
the act of singing; "with a shout and a song they marched up to the gates"
strain
You can use strain to refer to a particular quality in someone's character, remarks, or work. There was a strain of bitterness in his voice. this cynical strain in the book
strain
use to the utmost; exert vigorously or to full capacity; "He really extended himself when he climbed Kilimanjaro"; "Don't strain your mind too much"
strain
The elastic deformation of a material as a result of stress
strain
a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
strain
To make uneasy or unnatural; to produce with apparent effort; to force; to constrain
strain
To stretch beyond its proper limit; to do violence to, in the matter of intent or meaning; as, to strain the law in order to convict an accused person
strain
An injury where a muscle or tendon is overstretched or torn
strain
separate by passing through a sieve or other straining device to separate out coarser elements; "sift the flour"
strain
Treasure
strain
To exert or struggle (to do something), especially to stretch too far
strain
A measure of the change in the size or shape of an abject when subjected to different physical forces This change is in reference to the objects original size and shape See Strain Gauges and Force Sensor
strain
a special variety of domesticated animals within a species; "he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"; "he created a new strain of sheep"
strain
To percolate; to be filtered; as, water straining through a sandy soil
strain
Race; stock; generation; descent; family
strain
Strain is a force that pushes, pulls, or stretches something in a way that may damage it. Place your hands under your buttocks to take some of the strain off your back
strain
To injure by drawing, stretching, or the exertion of force; as, the gale strained the timbers of the ship
strain
The act of straining, or the state of being strained
strain
To exert to the utmost; to ply vigorously
strain
a specific genetic variant of a particular organism Many microorganisms have stronger and weaker strains, drug-sensitive and drug-resistant strains, etc See also subtype
strain
A particular breed or race of animal, microbe etc
strain
theme; motive; manner; style; also, a course of action or conduct; as, he spoke in a noble strain; there was a strain of woe in his story; a strain of trickery appears in his career
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف strained في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

süzme yoğurt yogurt which has been strained until it has reached
the consistency of cream cheese
strained
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