listen to the pronunciation of cramp
İngilizce - Türkçe

Yüzerken bacağıma kramp girmişti. - I had a leg cramp when swimming.

Yüzerken bacağıma bir kramp girdi. - While I was swimming, I got a cramp in my leg.

kramp,v.sınırlı tut: n.kramp
(Tıp) Kas veya kas grubunun aniden istem dışı ağrılı kasılması, kramp
{f} krampa neden olmak
{i} krampon
{f} kenetlemek
engel olmak
{f} sınırlı tut
{i} şiddetli karın ağrısı
{f} tutmak
{i} kenet, mengene
{f} kasmak; kasılmak
{f} (hareketi/gelişimi) kısıtlamak, sınırlandırmak
{f} mengene ile sıkıştırmak
{f} engellemek
sınırlı tutmak
cramp iron
kenet demiri
cramp style
(deyim) cramp someone's style [kd] birinin soz veya davranislarini kisitlamak;serbestce hareket etmesini engellemek
{s} kramp girmiş

Bu çok küçük ve sıkışık. - It's very small and cramped.

Bu sıkışık odadan elimden geldiğince çabuk taşınmak istiyorum. - I want to move out of this cramped room as soon as I can.

{s} okunaksız
{s} kasılmış

Biraz kasılmış olacak. - It's going to be a little cramped.

(yer) dar
writer's cramp
parmak krampı
sınırlı tut
heat cramp
işi kramp
writer's cramp
parmak krampi
bench cramp
tezgah keneti
heat cramp
(Tıp) ısı krampı
writer's cramp
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yazar krampı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A painful contraction of a muscle which cannot be controlled
To prohibit movement or expression

You're cramping my style.

To restrain to a specific physical position

You're going to need to cramp the wheels on this hill.

To contract painfully and uncontrollably
A clamp for carpentry or masonry
{n} a contraction of the limbs, confinement, bent piece of iron to keep things fast by
{v} to confine, hinder, stop, bind, pain
lack of mobility See the examples on Space in Strategy/Themes section of the Canon
"U" shaped metal anchors used to attach two abutting units
{i} muscle contraction; clamp, bar which holds objects together
Equivalent term to 'Clamp'
To form on a cramp; as, to cramp boot legs
Cramp is a sudden strong pain caused by a muscle suddenly contracting. You sometimes get cramp in a muscle after you have been making a physical effort over a long period of time. Hillsden was complaining of cramp in his calf muscles She started getting stomach cramps this morning
prevent the progress or free movement of; "He was hampered in his efforts by the bad weather"; "the imperilist nation wanted to strangle the free trade between the two small countries"
A rectangular frame, with a tightening screw, used for compressing the joints of framework, etc
A painful muscle spasm caused by prolonged tetanic contraction
A spasmodic and painful involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, as of the leg
Knotty; difficult
What happens when muscles contract strongly and painfully
To fasten or hold with, or as with, a cramp
A piece of wood having a curve corresponding to that of the upper part of the instep, on which the upper leather of a boot is stretched to give it the requisite shape
a strip of metal with ends bent at right angles; used to hold masonry together
{f} confine, impede, restrain; constrict; fasten with a clamp
A device, usually of iron bent at the ends, used to hold together blocks of stone, timbers, etc
A paralysis of certain muscles due to excessive use; as, writer's cramp; milker's cramp, etc
a strip of metal with ends bent at right angles; used to hold masonry together a clamp for holding pieces of wood together while they are glued secure with a cramp; "cramp the wood
If someone or something cramps your style, their presence or existence restricts your behaviour in some way. Like more and more women, she believes marriage would cramp her style. Painful, involuntary, sustained contraction of muscle in limbs or some internal organs. Causes may be neurological, reflex, or psychological. Common muscle cramps include swimmer's cramp from overexertion in cold water, heat cramps from loss of salt in sweat, leg cramps, and occupational (e.g., writer's) cramp. Menstrual cramps are uterine muscle contractions before or during menstruation. Cramps occur in diseases including parkinsonism and Huntington chorea. Tetany is severe cramping noticed first in limb muscles
That which confines or contracts; a restraint; a shackle; a hindrance
a cramp iron
— A painful, involuntary spasmodic contraction
a painful and involuntary muscular contraction
Painful, often spasmodic, uncontrollable tightening of a muscle (e g the calf), usually relieved by pulling the end of the affected part (e g the foot) in the opposite direction, stretching the injured muscle
to bind together; to unite
secure with a cramp; "cramp the wood"
a clamp for holding pieces of wood together while they are glued
Involuntary tensing of muscles in dialysis, usually due to excess removal of fluid, can be remedied with sodium profiling, dextrose or quinine prior to treatment
To afflict with cramp
To compress; to restrain from free action; to confine and contract; to hinder
cramp iron
An iron bar, bent at right angles at each end, used to hold masonry together
cramp iron
An arrangement of iron wedges inserted into a cavity to lift heavy stones; a lewis
cramp someone's style
to restrict someone's free actions, or to give the impression of such

I don't want my Mum to go to the party - she'd really cramp my style.

cramp fish
marine fish with pair of organs that produce electric discharge (person touched by this fish feels slight shock and numbness or tremor and sickness of the stomach), electric ray, torpedo fish
cramp iron
See Cramp, n
cramp iron
A bar, usually of iron, with right-angle bends at both ends, used for permanently holding together stones, timber, and other materials used in building
uncomfortably restricted in size
tight because of or like suffering a cramp
overcrowded or congested
Simple past tense and past participle of cramp
A cramping of muscles, especially in the abdomen or uterus
plural form of cramp
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cramp
wanker's cramp
An ache in the wrist caused by repetitive movements

It's amazing how you can get wanker's cramp from frantically squeezing a brake lever.

{a} fastened, confined, hindered, held
A cramp
{s} confined or severely limited in space; affected with cramps
A cramped room or building is not big enough for the people or things in it. There are hundreds of families living in cramped conditions on the floor of the airport lounge = confined spacious, roomy
constricted in size; "cramped quarters"; "trying to bring children up in cramped high-rise apartments
present participle of cramp
plural of cramp
third-person singular of cramp
writer's cramp
muscular spasms of thumb and forefinger while writing with a pen or pencil
writer's cramp
cramps in the hand or arm (as a result of writing too much)
writer's cramp
A cramp or spasm of the muscles of the fingers, hand, and forearm during writing. a feeling of stiffness in your hand that you get after writing for a long time