affectation

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Englisch - Türkisch
yapmacık davranış
yapmacık
gösteriş
{i} taklit
{i} numara
{i} naz
{i} eda
{i} yapmacık tavır
sahte tavır
özenti
affect
{f} etki etmek
affect
dokunmak
affect
{f} tutmak
affect
{f} sevmek
affect
{f} yaşamak ( de)
affect
{f} numarası yapmak
affect
{f} taslamak
affect
{f} sarsmak
affect
{f} bozmak
affect
(Tıp) afekt (Freud): Evvelce yaşanmış bir olayın uyandırdığı ruhi kompleksi anlatmak için kullanılan deyim
Affect
tesir etmek
affect
{f} üzmek
affect
etki yapmak
affect
koymak
affect
yaşamak
affect
gibi davranmak
affect
etki

Sorun bizim okulun prestiji etkiler. - The problem affects the prestige of our school.

Konuşması dinleyicileri derinden etkiledi. - His speech deeply affected the audience.

affect
takınmak
affect
affect ignorance cahillik taslamak
affect
numarası yap/etkile
affect
duygu boşalması
affect
kontrolsüz duygu
affect
bilmezlikten gelmek
affect
afekt
affect
{f} gibi görünmek, yalancıktan
affect
(Tıp) Heyecan, teessür
affect
değiştirmek müteessir etmek
affect
etkile

Endişe onun sağlığını etkiledi. - Worry affected his health.

Denizde yaşayan canlıların çoğu, kirlilikten etkilenir. - Most living creatures in the sea are affected by pollution.

affect
etkimek
affect
duygulanım
affect
hoşlanmak
affect
arzu
affect
duygulandırmak
affect
heyecan
affect
duygusal uyumsuzluk
affect
{f} (hastalık) zarar vermek: My arm is affected. Hastalık koluma yayıldı
affect
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygu

O, çocukları için sıcak duygusal yakınlık gösteriyor. - He shows warm affection for his children.

Onun duyguları ile oyun oynama. - Don't toy with her affections.

affect
{f} etkilemek

Suriye'deki istikrarsız güvenlik durumu Türkiye'yi de etkilemektedir. - The unstable security situation in Syria also affects Turkey.

Alzheimer hastalığı tüm dünyada yaklaşık 50 milyon insanı etkilemektedir. - Alzheimer's disease affects nearly 50 million people around the world.

affect
gibi görünmek
affect
poz yapmak
affect
Hastalık koluma yayıldı
Englisch - Englisch
An attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real; false display; artificial show
An unusual mannerism
a studied or ostentatious pretense or attempt
{n} conceit, formality, pretense
a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display
Fondness; affection
A striving after
disapproval If you say that someone's attitude or behaviour is an affectation, you disapprove of the fact that it is not genuine or natural, but is intended to impress other people. I wore sunglasses all the time and people thought it was an affectation. a way of behaving, speaking etc that is not sincere or natural
{i} insincere behavior, artificial manner, pretense
affection
affectedness
pose
affect
To move to emotion

He was deeply affected by the themes in the play.

affect
To aim for, to try to obtain
affect
To feel affection for; to like, be fond of

A young gentlewoman in Basil was married to an ancient man against her will, whom she could not affect; she was continually melancholy, and pined away for grief .

affect
to act upon
affect
{v} to move the passions, aim, try, assume
affect
{n} affection, passion
affect
make believe with the intent to deceive; "He feigned that he was ill"; "He shammed a headache"
affect
To make a show of; to put on a pretense of; to feign; to assume; as, to affect ignorance
affect
v to produce an effect on; to influence ("A lack of sleep affected the singer's performance ")
affect
The emotional complex associated with an idea or mental state
affect
To show a fondness for; to like to use or practice; to choose; hence, to frequent habitually
affect
emotion, feeling or mood
affect
To act upon; to produce an effect or change upon
affect
the conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion act physically on; have an effect upon have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?"
affect
In hysteria, the affect is sometimes entirely dissociated, sometimes transferred to another than the original idea
affect
To assign; to appoint
affect
A strong emotional experience. See usage notes below
affect
To love; to regard with affection
affect
Generalized feeling tone (usually considered more persistent than emotion, less so than mood) It is the external, observable manifestation of emotion (e g , flat, blunted, constricted, expansive, labile, etc )
affect
have an emotional or cognitive impact upon; "This child impressed me as unusually mature"; "This behavior struck me as odd"
affect
in environmental psychology, an individual’s emotional response to the environment, which is predicted by the naturalness of the place; its upkeep, openness, order; and historical significance
affect
To aim at; to aspire; to covet
affect
To make a false display of
affect
emotions displayed through behavior and actions This is in contrast to moods, which may or may not be visible to other people Affects may even mask underlying moods
affect
If something or someone affects you, they make you feel a strong emotion, especially sadness or pity. The divorce affected Jim deeply
affect
the conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion act physically on; have an effect upon have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?" have an emotional or cognitive impact upon; "This child impressed me as unusually mature"; "This behavior struck me as odd
affect
have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?"
affect
pattern of observable behaviours which is the expression of a subjectively experienced feeling state (emotion) and is variable over time in response to changing emotional states
affect
have an emotional or cognitive impact upon; "This child impressed me as unusually mature"; "This behavior struck me as odd
affect
An operation that lets you connect wires onto terminations/pins
affect
{f} influence; move someone (emotionally); attack (of a disease); act as if, pretend; have a certain disposition towards; have an affinity for
affect
Of an illness or condition, to infect or harm (a part of the body)
affect
External display of emotion or mood
affect
To dispose or incline
affect
-A psychological term referring to emotions
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Emotion

I try not to let my emotions influence my decisions. - I try not to let my emotions affect my decisions.

affect
verb-infinitive act
affect
the conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion
affect
The observable emotional condition of an individual at any given time See also frontal lobe
affect
If something affects a person or thing, it influences them or causes them to change in some way. Nicotine adversely affects the functioning of the heart and arteries the worst-affected areas of Somalia
affect
If a disease affects someone, it causes them to become ill. Arthritis is a crippling disease which affects people all over the world. = afflict
affect
The observable emotional condition of an individual at any given time [Click Here to Return to List]
affect
act physically on; have an effect upon
affect
Visible signs of experiencing an emotion
affect
Emotional feeling tone or mood
affect
To tend to by affinity or disposition
affect
A person's feeling toward something (3)
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Affection; inclination; passion; feeling; disposition
affect
The observable emotional condition of an individual at any given time
affect
A class of mental phenomena uniquely characterized by a consciously experienced, subjective feeling state, commonly accompanying emotions and moods
affect
to act upon or influence, as in: Strong emotions can affect your health
affect
influence; make a change on
affect
connect closely and often incriminatingly; "This new ruling affects your business"
affect
To influence or alter
affect
To influence or move, as the feelings or passions; to touch
affectations
plural of affectation
affectation
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