chronic

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kronik

O kronik bir hastalıktan muzdarip. - She suffers from a chronic illness.

Japonya'da kronik bir pirinç fazlalığı vardır. - There is a chronic oversupply of rice in Japan.

müzmin
{s} devamlı
(Gıda) birikimsel
süreğen
çok kötü
(İİ) berbat
rezil
zamansal
{s} berbat
berbat/kronik
(Tıp) (al) Müzmin, kronik
(Diş Hekimliği) uzun süre devam eden ve aşırı rahatsız edici belirtileri olmayan; 'akut' un tersi, müzmin
sürekli
eski
kronik müzmin
(Gıda) uzun
chronic illness
Kronik hastalık
chronic abscess
kronik apse
chronic appendicitis
kronik apandisit
chronic hemorrhagic anemia
kronik hemorajik anemi
chronic unemployment
kronik işsizlik
chronic absence
sürekli devamsızlık
chronic diseases
kronik hastalıklar
chronic illness
Kronik/müzmin hastalık
chronic inflammation
kronik inflamasyon
chronic sleeplessness
Kronik uykusuzluk
chronic wasting disease
Geyik ve elk'lerde görülen kronik zayıflama hastalığıdır
chronic absence
(Ticaret) daimi süreli
chronic brain damage
(Tıp) kronik beyin hasarı
chronic carrier
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kronik taşıyıcı
chronic delirium
(Tıp) müzmin hezeyan
chronic dermatitis
(Tıp) kronik dermatit
chronic diarrhoea
(Tıp) kronik ishal
chronic dieting
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kronik diyet
chronic disability
(Tıp) kronik işlev bozukluğu
chronic dose
(Askeri) KRONİK DOZ: Biyolojik kurtulmanın mümkün olabileceği durumlarda absorve edilen radyasyon dozu. Kronik dozun sadece patlamayı müteakiben geçen 24 saat sonra oluşan absorbsiyon olduğu ihtiyari olarak kabul edilmiştir
chronic dose
(Çevre) kronik dozaj
chronic dose
(Askeri) kronik doz
chronic effect
(Tıp) kronik etki
chronic exposure
(Nükleer Bilimler) uzun süreli ışınlanma,süreklı (kronik) ışınlanma
chronic exposure
(Çevre) kronik maruz kalma
chronic inflation
(Ticaret) müzminleşmiş enflasyon
chronic intake
(Tıp) kronik alım
chronic irradiation
süreğen ışınımlanma
chronic leg ulcer
(Tıp) kronik bacak ülseri
chronic liar
iflah olmaz yalancı
chronic liar
tam bir yalancı
chronic malaria
süreğen sıtma
chronic marginal gingivitis
(Diş Hekimliği) kronik marjinal gingivitis
chronic periodontitis
(Diş Hekimliği) ilerlemenin yavaş ve yaygın olduğu derin dişeti iltihabı
chronic polyarthritis
(Tıp) kronik poliartrite
chronic radiation dose
(Çevre) kronik maruz kalma miktarı
chronic radiation dose
(Askeri) KRONİK RADYASYON DOZU: Uzun bir süre, fasılalı veya sürekli alınan iyonlaştırıcı radyasyon dozu. Kronik radyasyon dozu radyasyon hastalığı ve ölüme neden olacak kadar yüksek olabilir, ancak alçak dozda alınırsa akut hücresel zararın büyük bölümü iyileştirilebilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "acute radiation dose", "radiation dose rate"
chronic radiation dose
(Askeri) kronik radyasyon dozu
chronic reference dose
(Çevre) kronik referans miktarı
chronic study
(Kimya) kronik inceleme
chronic toxicity
(Kimya) kronik toksisite
chronic toxicity
(Askeri) kronik zehirlilik
chronic toxicity
(Askeri) süreğen zehirlilik
chronic unemployment
(Ticaret) müzminleşmiş işsizlik
chronic unexcused absence
(Ticaret) müzmin devamsızlık
chronic unexcused absence
(Ticaret) mazeretsiz daimi süreli
chronicity
(Tıp) kronisite
chronically
müzmin olarak
chronicity
kroniklik
chronically
kronik şekilde
chronicity
(Tıp) Uzun süre devam etme hali, müzminlik durumu
chronicity
süreğenlik
do you have any chronic diseases
kronik herhangi bir hastalığınız var mı
İngilizce - İngilizce
Very bad, awful

That concert was chronic.

That which continues over an extended period of time, often associated with suffering ("long suffering")
Good, great, as in "wicked"

That was cool, chronic in fact.

Marijuana, typically of high quality
Extremely serious

They left him in a chronic condition.

Inveterate or habitual

He's a chronic smoker.

A chronic one
A condition of extended duration, either continuous or marked by frequent recurrence. Sometimes implies a condition which worsens with each recurrence, though that is not inherent in the term
Prolonged or slow to heal. The opposite of acute
suffering from such affliction

Chronic patients must learn to live with their condition.

{a} continued a long time
persisting or recurring over a long period of time; marked by slowly progressing seriousness
Continuing for a long time; lingering; habitual
Continuous, lasting for a long time
Persisting over a long period of time Chronic diseases progress slowly, are continuous or recurring over long periods of time
having a habit of long standing; "a chronic smoker"
Marked by long duration or frequent recurrence
Of long duration, denoting a disease of slow progress and long duration
A stimulus that lingers or continues for a relatively long period of time, often one-tenth of the life span or more Chronic should be considered a relative term depending on the life span of an organism The measurement of a chronic effect can be reduced growth, reduced reproduction, etc , in addition to lethality
A chronic illness or disability lasts for a very long time. Compare acute. chronic back pain. + chronically chroni·cal·ly Most of them were chronically ill
You can describe someone's bad habits or behaviour as chronic when they have behaved like that for a long time and do not seem to be able to stop themselves. a chronic worrier
A chronic situation or problem is very severe and unpleasant. One cause of the artist's suicide seems to have been chronic poverty = severe + chronically chroni·cal·ly Research and technology are said to be chronically underfunded
Long term or frequently recurring A chronic disease is either always present or comes back again and again
{s} lingering, lasting (as of an illness); constant
having a habit of long standing; "a chronic smoker
occurring over a long period of time, either continuously or intermittently; used to describe ongoing exposures and effects that develop only after a long exposure
term used to describe a disease of long duration or one with frequent recurrence
being long-lasting and recurrent or characterized by long suffering; "chronic indigestion"; "a chronic shortage of funds"; "a chronic invalid" having a habit of long standing; "a chronic smoker
Of long duration; continuing Lasting for a long period of time or marked by frequent recurrence
of long duration
Of long duration; not acute
a disease or illness of long duration showing little change or of slow progression Opposite of acute
Term used to describe persistence for a long time In some disorders, chronic is specified as persisting for 6 months or longer
Present over a long period of time Diabetes is an example of chronic disease
long duration or frequent recurrence
Lasting a long time; used to describe a disease that progresses slowly and continues for a long time
A condition of extended duration, either continuous or marked by frequent recurrence. Sometimes implies a worsening condition (a condition which gets worse with each recurrence), though this definition is not inherent in the term
An exposure, often mild, over a long period of time
Lasting for a long period of time or marked by frequent recurrence
A long term exposure to a chemical, either continuously or periodically through that period of time
Relating to time; according to time
referring to a disease or disorder that usually develops slowly and lasts for a long period of time
being long-lasting and recurrent or characterized by long suffering; "chronic indigestion"; "a chronic shortage of funds"; "a chronic invalid"
marked by long duration or frequent recurrence, as with a chronic disease
Persisting over a long period of time Prolonged
Persisting over a long period of time
chronical
chronic cellular dehydration
The condition of individual cells, in a patient suffering from chronic dehydration
chronic fatigue syndrome
A condition that is characterised by fatigue, extremely low stamina, weakness, muscle pain, lymph node swelling, depression and hypersensitivity
chronic granulomatous disease
Any of a group of hereditary defects in the ability of some phagocytes to kill certain bacteria; the resulting infection
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
A group of diseases characterized by the pathological limitation of airflow in the airway that is not fully reversible. May be caused by reactive airways, chronic infection, congenital defects, or, most commonly, cigarette smoking. Generally does not include neoplasms, which could also obstruct airways
chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases
plural form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
chronic toxicity
The capacity of a substance to cause long-term or delayed adverse health effects
Chronic Lung Disease
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD; formerly Chronic Lung Disease of Infancy) is a chronic lung disorder that is most common among children who were born prematurely, with low birthweights and who received prolonged mechanical ventilation to treat respiratory distress syndrome
Chronic Lung Disease of Infancy
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD; formerly Chronic Lung Disease of Infancy) is a chronic lung disorder that is most common among children who were born prematurely, with low birthweights and who received prolonged mechanical ventilation to treat respiratory distress syndrome
chronic bronchitis
a form of bronchitis characterized by excess production of sputum leading to a chronic cough and obstruction of air flow
chronic constipation
recurring condition in which evacuation of the bowels is difficult and does not occur regularly
chronic disease
recurring disease, disease which returns frequently or constantly exists
chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome is an illness that is thought to be caused by a virus, and which affects people for a long period of time. Its symptoms include tiredness and aching muscles. The abbreviation CFS is often used. = ME. A syndrome characterized by debilitating fatigue and a combination of flulike symptoms such as sore throat, swollen lymph glands, low-grade fever, headaches, and muscle pain or weakness. an illness that makes you feel very tired and weak and can last for a long time. Sudden debilitating fatigue of unknown cause. It may follow a nonspecific illness with mild fever, tender lymph nodes, sore throat, headaches, weakness, muscle and joint pain, and confusion or difficulty in concentrating. To meet the criteria of CFS, the syndrome must be new, with a definite point of onset, and must persist more than six months. Once dismissed as imaginary, CFS remains controversial. Many authorities question whether it is a distinct disorder, since there is considerable overlap with other conditions such as fibromyalgia and Gulf War syndrome. No diagnostic test for CFS exists. Although a number of theories about the cause of CFS have been advanced, none has been proved. No cure has been found, but most patients improve gradually
chronic fatigue syndrome
(Pathology) syndrome characterized by various symptoms (exhaustion, fever, cognitive disorders and insomnia)
chronic gastritis
persistent gastritis can be a symptom of a gastric ulcer or pernicious anemia or stomach cancer or other disorders
chronic glaucoma
glaucoma caused by blockage of the canal of Schlemm; produces gradual loss of peripheral vision
chronic glossitis
glossitis with atrophy of tongue tissue; sometimes accompanies pernicious anemia
chronic illness
recurring disease, disease which returns frequently or constantly exists
chronic infection
recurring infection, infection which returns frequently or constantly exists
chronic inflammation
persistent swelling, recurring soreness, lingering infection
chronic leukemia
slowly progressing leukemia
chronic lymphocytic leukemia
chronic leukemia characterized by lymphoblast-like cells; more common in older men
chronic myelocytic leukemia
chronic leukemia characterized by granular leukocytes; more common in older people
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
a nonreversible lung disease that is a combination of emphysema and chronic bronchitis; usually patients have been heavy cigarette smokers
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
A chronic lung disease, such as asthma or emphysema, in which breathing becomes slowed or forced
chronic pyelonephritis
pyelonephritis that develops slowly and can lead to renal failure if untreated; often associated with a kidney stone or with narrowing of the urinary passageways
chronic renal failure
renal failure that can result from a variety of systemic disorders
chronic wasting disease
a wildlife disease (akin to bovine spongiform encephalitis) that affects deer and elk
chronically
In a chronic manner, or to a chronic degree
chronically
in a habitual and long-standing manner; "smoking chronically"
chronically
in a chronic manner, lingeringly, for a long period of time
chronically
in a habitual and long-standing manner; "smoking chronically
chronically
in a slowly developing and long lasting manner; "chronically ill persons"
chronicity
the condition of being chronic
chronicity
{i} permanence, recurrence, incurableness
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) Uzun süre,sıklıkla yıllarca süren hastalıklarda kullanılan bir terim.Kronik,Müzmin
chronic