compulsive

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} zorlayıcı

Tom zorlayıcı, değil mi? - Tom is compulsive, isn't he?

Sen zorlayıcı bir şikayetçisin. - You're a compulsive complainer.

dürtüyle yapılan
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) zorlanımlı
kompulsif

Tom kompulsif bir kumarbazdır. - Tom is a compulsive gambler.

Kocam bir kompulsif kumarbazdır. Ne yapabilirim? - My husband is a compulsive gambler. What can I do?

(Bilgisayar) zoruntulu
mecburi
zorunlu

Tom zorunlu bir yalancıdır. - Tom is a compulsive liar.

{s} dürtü etkisiyle yapılan
tutkudan doğan
(Biyoloji) kompülsif
{s} ruhb. zorgulu
(Ticaret) cebri
zorgulu
compulsive gambler
Kumar tutkunu
compulsive liar
kompulsif yalancı
compulsive shopper
Alışveriş bağımlısı
compulsive liar
tam bir yalancı
compulsive liar
iflah olmaz yalancı
compulsive overeating
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) zorlanımlı aşırı yeme
compulsively
zorlayıcı olarak
compulsiveness
tutkudan doğma durumu
compulsiveness
zorlayıcılık
obsessive compulsive neurosis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) saplantı-zorlantı nevrozu
compelling, obsessive
Obsesif zorlayıcı
obsessive compulsive
obsesif kompulsif
obsessive compulsive disorder
obsesif kompulsif bozukluk
obsessive-compulsive personality
obsesif-kompulsif kişilik
obsesssive compulsive
obsesssive kompulsif
compulsively
dürtü etkisiyle

Sen dürtü etkisiyle şikayet ediyorsun. - You complain compulsively.

Tom dürtü etkisiyle her gün cümleler yazar. - Tom compulsively writes sentences every day.

compulsively
tutkudan doğacak şekilde
compulsiveness
tutkudan doğma durum
obsesive compulsive disease
(Tıp) obsesif kompulsif hastalık
İngilizce - İngilizce
One who exhibits compulsive behaviours
uncontrolled or reactive and unconscious

Under this Act, the term disability shall not include—...(2) compulsive gambling, kleptomania, or pyromania; or.

{a} obliging, forcing
{i} one who is controlled by obsessions
You use compulsive to describe people or their behaviour when they cannot stop doing something wrong, harmful, or unnecessary. a compulsive liar He was a compulsive gambler and often heavily in debt. + compulsively com·pul·sive·ly John is compulsively neat and clean, he's terrified of germs
Having power to compel; exercising or applying compulsion
with an uncontrolled need to do things, obsessive
a person with a compulsive disposition; someone who feels compelled to do certain things strongly motivated to succeed caused by or suggestive of psychological compulsion; "compulsive drinking
{s} compelling, obsessive
If a book or television programme is compulsive, it is so interesting that you do not want to stop reading or watching it. The BBC series Hot Chefs is compulsive viewing + compulsively com·pul·sive·ly a series of compulsively readable novels
strongly motivated to succeed
a person with a compulsive disposition; someone who feels compelled to do certain things
caused by or suggestive of psychological compulsion; "compulsive drinking"
compulsive collector
obsessive collector, habitual collector, one driven to collect things
compulsive eater
one who is addicted to eating, one who is obsessed with food
compulsive gambler
one who gambles uncontrollably, one who feels a need to gamble
compulsive gambling
gambling due to a psychological need, obsessive gambling
compulsive liar
one who tells lies due to a psychological need, one who is obsessed with lying
clothing compulsive
Disallowing or discouraging nudity, thus requiring the wearing of clothes, especially swimsuits, e.g. on beaches, as opposed to clothing optional and clothes free. Textile
compulsively
in a compulsive manner; obsessively
obsessive-compulsive
Characterized by obsessions and compulsions, especially by the need to perform repetitive tasks
compulsively
{a} by violence
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a psychiatric anxiety disorder most commonly characterized by a subject's obsessive, distressing, intrusive thoughts and related compulsions (tasks or "rituals") which attempt to neutralize the obsessions
obsessive-compulsive disorder
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) A mental illness which causes the sufferer to do something repeatedly for no reason
compulsively
In a compulsive manner
compulsively
obsessively, in a compulsive manner
compulsively
By compulsion; by force
compulsively
in a compulsive manner; "he cleaned his shoes compulsively after every walk
compulsively
in a compulsive manner; "he cleaned his shoes compulsively after every walk"
compulsiveness
the state of being compulsive
compulsiveness
the trait of acting compulsively
compulsiveness
{i} quality of being controlled by thoughts and impulses
compulsivity
the trait of acting compulsively
obsessive compulsive disorder
An anxiety disorder in which a person feels trapped in repetitive, persistent thoughts (obsessions) and repetitive, ritualized behaviours (compulsions) Attempts to resist a compulsion produces mounting tension and anxiety, which are relieved immediately by giving ino it People with obsessive-compulsive disorder derive no pleasure from it other than the release of tension
obsessive compulsive disorder
A disorder in which individuals are plagued by persistent, recurring thoughts (obsessions) that reflect exaggerated anxiety or fears
obsessive compulsive disorder
A neurobiological disorder Sufferers of OCD experience both obsessions and compulsions
obsessive-compulsive
characterized by obsessions and compulsions; "obsessive-compulsive neurosis
obsessive-compulsive
{s} pertaining to an obsessional neurosis, caused by an obsessional neurosis
obsessive-compulsive
someone who is obsessive-compulsive tends to repeat particular actions in a way that is not necessary, because they have strong anxious feelings
obsessive-compulsive
characterized by obsessions and compulsions; "obsessive-compulsive neurosis"
obsessive-compulsive disorder
If someone suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder, they cannot stop doing a particular thing, for example washing their hands. Mental disorder in which an individual experiences obsessions or compulsions, either singly or together. An obsession is a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an unreasonable idea or feeling (such as of being contaminated through shaking hands with someone). A compulsion is an irresistible impulse to perform an irrational act (such as repeatedly washing the hands). The two phenomena are usually, but not always, linked in the obsessive-compulsive person. Onset of the illness has been linked to malregulation of the neurotransmitter serotonin as well as to the ill effects of high stress
obsessive-compulsive disorder
{i} OCD, psychiatric disorder in which a person experiences recurrent obsessions or compulsive actions
obsessive-compulsive personality
personality characterized by a strong need to repeat certain acts or rituals
compulsive