cure

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tedavi etmek

Doktorlar onu tedavi etmek için ellerinden gelen her şeyi yaptı. - Doctors did everything they could to cure him.

Şu anda bu hastalığı tedavi etmek tıbben mümkün değildir. - At present it is medically impossible to cure this disease.

{f} iyileştirmek
tedavi

Onun hastalığını tedavi edebilecek herhangi bir doktor yoktu. - There was no doctor who could cure her illness.

O tamamen tedavi edilemez. - It cannot be completely cured.

çare

Deneyelim ve bir çare bulalım. - Let's try and find a cure.

Bilim adamları henüz kanser için bir çare bulmadılar. - Scientists haven't found a cure for cancer yet.

iyileşme
çar

Ölüm dışında her şey için bir çare vardır. - There's a cure for everything, except death.

Çaresi yoksa katlanmak gerekir. - What can't be cured must be endured.

(Tıp) Sıhhate kavuşma, iyileşme, şifa
tuzlamak
{i} ilaç

Bu ilaç soğuk algınlığını tedavi edecek. - This medicine will cure your cold.

Bu ilaç onu iyileştirebilir. - This medicine may cure him.

vulkanize etmek
iyi duruma getirmek
sağaltmak
mayalandırmak
bakım
otamak
kurumak
konservelemek
otalamak
şifa vermek
sertleşmek
tütsülemek
iyi olma
şifa

Antik Germen kabileleri hastalıkları tedavi etme girişimlerinde şifalı otlar kullanırdı. - Ancient Germanic tribes used medicinal herbs in their attempts to cure diseases.

Bu bilgi bir şifa bulmana yardımcı olabilir. - This information may help you find a cure.

düzeltmek
sağaltım
{f} tedavi et

O, hiçbir zaman senin baş ağrını tedavi etmeyecek. - It will cure you of your headache in no time.

Spor onun aşağılık kompleksini tedavi etti. - Sports cured him of his inferiority complex.

(hastayı) iyileştirmek
(kötü bir durumu) iyileştirmek
(Tıp) Tedavi, hastalığı iyileştirmede uygulanan özel tedavi yöntemi
past cure tedavi edilebilecek haddi aşmış
{f} sertleştirmek
{f} kurutmak
sakla/tedavi et
{i} reçete
iyileşmez
{i} derman
çaresiz
papaz
konserve yapma
{i} kür
{f} -e çözüm getirmek, -e çare bulmak
{i} papazlık
{i} imamlık
iyi etmek
koruma
çözüm getirmek
cure pool
(Turizm) tedavi havuzu
cure the problem
sorunu gidermek
cure-all
her derde deva
cure all
tüm tedavi
cure all
her derde deva
cure of souls
papazlık
cure of souls
imamlık
curing
BOYA POLiMERiZASYONU
concrete cure
(İnşaat) beton kürü
cured
(Tıp) tedavi edilmiş
curing
(Tıp) tedavi ederek
curing
otama
curing
iyileştirme
curing
(Gıda,İnşaat) kürleme
curing
(Gıda) eti tuzlama
curing
kurutma
curing
(Otomotiv) pişirme
curing
(Gıda) tuzlamak
curing
kuruma
curing
(Gıda) tütsülemek
curing
(Havacılık) yoğunlaşma
health cure
(Tıp) kür
undergo a cure
tedavi görmek
curing
vulkanizasyon
curing
{f} tedavi et

O, hayatını Hindistan'daki hastaları tedavi etmeye adamak istiyor. - He intends to devote his life to curing the sick in India.

Retaliation is a cure
(Atasözü) Aç it fırını deler
a crown is no cure for a headache.
taç bir baş ağrısı için tedavisi yoktur
be my cure
dermanım ol
cured
tuzlama, kurutma gibi çeşitli yöntemlerle et, balık gibi yiyecekleri muhafaza etmek
curing
(İnşaat) KÜRLEME: Beton döküldükten sonra, kuruması sırasında su kaybının önlenmesi için betonu sulama, kimyasal madde, buhar veya ıslak örtü tatbiki suretiyle yapılan işlem
curing
(Kimya) polimer zincirlerinin çapraz bağlanmasıyla polimerin sertleşmesini sağlayan işlem
curing
KÜRLEME: Beton döküldükten sonra, hidrasyon sırasında su kaybının önlenmesi için betonu sulama, kimyasal madde, buhar veya ıslak örtü tatbiki suretiyle yapılan işlem
curing
tedavi eden
light cure
ışıkla tedavi
miracle cure
mucize kur
nature cure
doğa kur
no cure no pay
tedavisi yok hayır ödeme
take a cure
Bir kur almak
there's no cure for age
orada yaş için bir ilaç's
cold cure
(Havacılık) soğuk küre
cold cure
(Havacılık) soğuk vülkanizasyon
cured
islah edilmiş
cured
küre tabi tutulmuş
cured
(Nükleer Bilimler) pişirilmiş
dry cure
salamurasız konservelemek
faith cure
telkinle tedavi
faith cure
imanla tedavi
fasting cure
perhiz
fasting cure
rejim
grape cure
üzüm kürü
past cure
ümitsiz
past cure
çaresiz
past cure
ilerlemiş
prevention is belter than cure
(deyim) önlem tedaviden iyidir
radical cure
(Tıp) esaslı bir kür
rest cure
yatak istirahâti
talking cure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) konuşma tedavisi
water cure
{i} hidroterapi
water cure
{i} su kürü
withdrawal cure
alkol tedavisi
withdrawal cure
uyuşturucu tedavisi
Türkçe - Türkçe
Tuz veya baharla besinleri saklama yöntemi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Spiritual charge; care of soul; the office of a parish priest or of a curate; hence, that which is committed to the charge of a parish priest or of a curate; a curacy

The appropriator was the incumbent parson, and had the cure of the souls of the parishioners.

Care, heed, or attention
a solution to a problem
a process whereby a material is caused to form permanent molecular linkages by exposure to chemicals, heat, pressure and/or weathering
a method, device or medication that restores good health
to restore to good health; to relieve from a disease or its ill effects
to preserve a food or other product such as tobacco
A cure for a problem is something that will bring it to an end. The magic cure for inflation does not exist. = solution
{i} something which restores health; prescribed treatment for an illness; office of a curate
If doctors or medical treatments cure a person, they make the person well again after an illness or injury. MDT is an effective treatment and could cure all the leprosy sufferers worldwide Almost overnight I was cured Now doctors believe they have cured him of the disease. = heal
If doctors or medical treatments cure an illness or injury, they cause it to end or disappear. Her cancer can only be controlled, not cured
a process whereby a material is caused to form permanent molecular linkages by exposure to chemicals, heat, pressure, and/or weathering
If someone or something cures a problem, they bring it to an end. Private firms are willing to make large scale investments to help cure Russia's economic troubles
{n} a remedy, the employment of a curate
{v} to heal, restore to health, salt, season
to change the physical, chemical, or electrical properties of a material by chemical reaction, by the action of heat and catalysts alone or in combination, with or without pressure Specifically to convert a low molecular weight polymer or resin to and insoluble, infusible state
{f} restore to health, make well; correct a bad habit; preserve food
To harden a coating film by applied heat or catalyst
Act of healing or state of being healed; restoration to health from disease, or to soundness after injury
A process by which a material is forms permanent molecular linkages by exposure to chemicals, heat, pressure, and/or weathering
To subdue or remove by remedial means; to remedy; to remove; to heal; said of a malady
to relieve from a disease or its ill effects
To heal; to restore to health, soundness, or sanity; to make well; said of a patient
A term referring to the process whereby chemical reactions approach completion At 100% completion, a foam should have 100% of the physical properties attainable with that particular formulation
To restore health; to effect a cure
A cure for an illness is a medicine or other treatment that cures the illness. Atkinson has been told rest is the only cure for his ankle injury
The conversion of a raw product to a finished and useful condition by the application of heat and/or catalysts and/or pressure
To prepare for preservation or permanent keeping; to preserve, as by drying, salting, etc
In the case of an elastomer, the chemical reaction which results in its vulcanization A chemical cure begins with the addition of a catalyst, and ends at the total cure time
prepare by drying, salting, or chemical processing in order to preserve; "cure meats"; "cure pickles" be or become preserved; "the apricots cure in the sun" make (substances) hard and improve their usability; "cure resin
make (substances) hard and improve their usability; "cure resin"
as, to cure beef or fish; to cure hay
To change the physical properties of a material irreversibly by chemical reaction via heat and catalysts alone or in combination, with or without pressure
To pay heed; to care; to give attention
term used when there is no sign of disease present in the body and adequate time has passed so that the chances of recurrence of the disease are small
prepare by drying, salting, or chemical processing in order to preserve; "cure meats"; "cure pickles"
In cancer treatment, normally this means that a person has about the same life expectancy as if they hadn’t had cancer Often this term is used when the cancer has been in remission for at least five years or more
The process which completes the chemical reaction The term also refers to the state of completeness of the chemical reaction
To dry inks, varnishes or other coatings after printing to ensure good adhesion and prevent setoff
Means of the removal of disease or evil; that which heals; a remedy; a restorative
A method of preserving fish by salting and drying, or by pickling Variations in the process resulted in different cures
If you have achieved a complete remission, and enough time goes by and there is not evidence of cancer recurrence, and everything is stable, then you are probably cured How much time needs to go by depends on the disease For some conditions, stability over two years is tantamount to cure For other conditions, you may have to wait longer
Spiritual charge; care of soul; the office of a parish priest or of a curate; hence, that which is committed to the charge of a parish priest or of a curate; a curacy; as, to resign a cure; to obtain a cure
(See Vulcanization )
Treatment of disease by forms of hydrotherapy, as walking barefoot in the morning dew, baths, wet compresses, cold affusions, etc
Hardening process for resin-soaked fiberglass laminates
If an action or event cures someone of a habit or an attitude, it makes them stop having it. The experience was a detestable ordeal, and it cured him of any ambitions to direct again He went to a clinic to cure his drinking and overeating
To change the properties of a thermosetting resin irreversibly by chemical reaction, i e , condensation, ring closure, or addition Cure may be accomplished by addition of curing (cross-linking) agents, with or without catalyst, and with or without heat Cure may occur also by addition, such as occurs with anhydride cures for epoxy resin systems
To set free from (something injurious or blameworthy), as from a bad habit
so called from its originator, Sebastian Kneipp (1821-97), a German priest
provide a cure for, make healthy again; "The treatment cured the boy's acne"; "The quack pretended to heal patients but never managed to"
To irreversibly change the properties of a thermosetting resin by chemical reaction, that is, condensation, ring closure, or addition Cure may be accomplished by addition of curing (cross-linking) agents, with or without heat and pressure
Vulcanization; conditions necessary to produce a given state of vulcanization
To keep concrete moist during initial hardening
term used when no sign of disease is present and a person remains disease-free for a long period
to restore to good health
Reinstatement of a loan's guarantee upon completion of a prescribed series of loan collection activities; also the process by which the loan's guarantee is reinstated
The process of changing property of polymer into a more stable and usable condition This is accompolished by the use of heat, radiation or reaction with chemical addition
be or become preserved; "the apricots cure in the sun"
to preserve
To become healed
make (substances) hard and improve their usability; "cure resin
a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
Medical or hygienic care; remedial treatment of disease; a method of medical treatment; as, to use the water cure
When food, tobacco, or animal skin is cured, it is dried, smoked, or salted so that it will last for a long time. Legs of pork were cured and smoked over the fire. sliced cured ham
Completion of the reaction between an additive and the fiber, usually as a result of temperature and storage time Polyamide epichlorohydrin wet strength resin generally reaches 75% of its maximum efficiency before it comes off the machine It will generally reach 100% in two weeks at room temperature Then it is fully cured and reacted with the fiber AKD, a reactive size, is also slow in reacting with the cellulosic carboxyl groups, so it has to cure over a period of than To predict the eventual degree of sizing, the oven test (10 minutes at 105° C) is used It speeds the reaction and indicates what the final test will be when fully reacted or cured
A process for changing the properties of a resin via chemical reaction
cure-all
A cure-all is something that is believed, usually wrongly, to be able to solve all the problems someone or something has, or to cure a wide range of illnesses. He said the introduction of market discipline to the economy was not a magic cure-all for its problems = panacea. something that people think will cure any problem or illness cure-all for
cure-all
{i} cure for all ills or diseases, panacea
cure-all
hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; once sought by the alchemists
anti-cure
Opposed to a cure, especially where the condition being cured may be regarded as an acceptable alternative state of being

President Bush pitched his tent on the wrong ground when he set limits on embryo research — he sounded anti-science, anti-cure.

cureless
Lacking a cure, incurable

Matter of doubt and dread suspitious, / That doth with curelesse care consume the hart .

curer
A person who, or device which preserves food by curing
prevention is better than cure
it is better to prevent the creation of a bad thing, than to destroy it
the cure is worse than the ill
The solution or proposed solution to a problem produces a worse net result than the problem does (or threatens a non-negligible risk of doing so), especially via unintended consequences
the cure is worse than the ill
The medical treatment for an illness produces a worse net result than the illness does (or threatens a non-negligible risk of doing so), especially via adverse effects
the cure is worse than the illness
Alternative form of the cure is worse than the ill
water cure
Treatment of pain and illness using water, particularly bathing
water-cure
Alternative form of water cure
cured
{a} healed, restored, preserved, salted, weaned
cureless
{a} having no remedy, incurable
curer
{n} one who cures, a healer, a physician
no cure no pay
The expression is known principally from its use on Lloyd's of London's Standard Form of Salvage Agreement; cf. the earlier no purchase, no pay and similar proverbs
an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
little preventive maintenance can save the need for repairs later; deal with a problem before it gets worse
cured
allowed to dry (used of concrete or mortar) kept moist to assist the hardening
cured
(used of concrete or mortar) kept moist to assist the hardening
cured
treated by a chemical or physical process to improve its properties (hardness and strength and odor and elasticity) freed from illness or injury; "the patient appears cured"; "the incision is healed"; "appears to be entirely recovered"; "when the recovered patient tries to remember what occurred during his delirium"- Normon Cameron
cured
(used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable)
cured
(used especially of meat) cured in brine
cured
(used of rubber, e g ) treated by a chemical or physical process to improve its properties (hardness and strength and odor and elasticity)
cured
freed from illness or injury; "the patient appears cured"; "the incision is healed"; "appears to be entirely recovered"; "when the recovered patient tries to remember what occurred during his delirium"- Normon Cameron
cured
{s} preserved, dried, smoked, pickled (of food); (Medicine) healed, made well, successfully treated
cured
(used of hay e g ) allowed to dry
cured
Past tense and past participle of cure
cureless
Incapable of cure; incurable
cureless
{s} impossible to cure, without a cure
curer
A healer
curer
One who prepares beef, fish, etc
curer
for preservation by drying, salting, smoking, etc
curer
One who cures; a healer; a physician
curer
{i} one that cures, one that heals
curing
The change in a material's physical properties by chemical reaction, which may be carried out by heat, irradiation or moisture
curing
The last step in floor malting, when the grain is heated to fully develop flavor and color
curing
{i} healing; recovering; preserving (foods); hardening
curing
A process of drying or hardening of a paint film
curing
a method of food preservation that involves soaking the food in a strong salt solution
curing
Also known as maturing or ageing - the stage in the cheesemaking process when a cheese is left to ripen
curing
Drying and browning of herbaceous vegetation or slash
curing
The process of irreversibly polymerizing a thermosetting plastic by subjecting it to a temperature-time profile
curing
allowing partially composted materials to sit in a pile for a specified period of time as part of the maturing process in composting
curing
Curing is the biological process of stabilizing compost so that it is ready to be used as a planting media Curing takes place naturally, by setting compost to the side and letting it complete the compost process see also Finishing in the compost tutorial
curing
The act of vulcanization; a description of a definite time and temperature of vulcanization
curing
of Cure
curing
The process by which synthetic materials form continuous films by various combinations of oxidation, solvent evaporation and heat of polymerization according to their basic resin structures
curing
A polymerization process transforming the liquid resin to a solid creating the maximum physical properties attainable from the materials
curing
Conversion of a raw product to a finished and useful condition usually by application of heat and/or chemicals which induce physiochemical changes
curing
  Drying and browning of herbaceous vegetation or slash
curing
present participle of cure
curing
Cycle: The time-temperature profile needed to cure a thermosetting material like a bonding adhesive
curing
chemical process of dehydration by which cement and aggregate harden or set
curing
Process of bonding or fusing a coating to a substrate with heat and developing specified properties in the coating
curing
In concrete application, the process in which mortar and concrete harden The length of time is dependent upon the type of cement, mix proportion, required strength, size and shape of the concrete section, weather and future exposure conditions The period may be 3 weeks or longer for lean concrete mixtures used in structures such as dams or it may be only a few days for richer mixes Favorable curing temperatures range from 50 to 70 degrees F Design strength is achieved in 28 days
curing
& vb
curing
the process of becoming hard or solid by cooling or drying or crystallization; "the hardening of concrete"; "he tested the set of the glue"
curing
Curing is the process of drying newly harvested tobacco Curing takes many forms, such as air curing, flue curing, fire curing, etc
curing
The process of hydrating the Portland Cement in Cast Stone to a specified age or compressive strength in a warm, moist environment
curing
Maintenance of humidity and temperature of freshly placed concrete during some definite period following placing, casting, or finishing to assure satisfactory hydration of the cementitious materials and proper hardening of the concrete
curing
the last stage of composting that occurs after much of the readily metabolized material has been decomposed Provides for additional stabilization and reduction of pathogens and allows further decomposition of cellulose and lignin
curing
The process of protecting concrete against loss of moisture during the earliest stage of setting
effective cure
treatment which removes disease
rest cure
Treatment of severe nervous disorder, as neurasthenia, by rest and isolation with systematic feeding and the use of massage and electricity
rest-cure
rest as a medical treatment for stress or anxiety etc
water cure
A hydropathic institution
water cure
{i} hydropathy, treatment of disease by means of water; hydropathic institution
water cure
Hydropathy
water cure
Hydropathy or hydrotherapy
whey cure
Treatment with whey as a drink and in baths
Türkçe - İngilizce

cure teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

kaplıca tedavisi cure
at a thermal spring, thermotherapy
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