listen to the pronunciation of alcoholism
Englisch - Türkisch

Alkolizm korkunç bir hastalıktır. - Alcoholism is a horrible disease.

Alkolizmden kaynaklanan maliyetler çok büyüktür. - The costs resulting from alcoholism are enormous.

{i} ayyaşlık
(Tıp) Alkol iptilası, içkinin bedende hasıl ettiği tahribat, alkolizm (aşırı alkol kullanılması ile beliren alkol zehirlenmesi)
{i} alkoliklik
{i} içki alışkanlığı
alkol bağımlılığı
(Tıp) alkol alışkanlığı
(Tıp) alkol zehirlenmesi
acute alcoholism
akut alkol intoksikasyonu
epsilon alcoholism
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) epsilon alkolizm
reactive alcoholism
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel alkolizm
Englisch - Englisch
A chronic disease caused by addiction to alcohol, leading to a deterioration in health and social functioning
Acute alcohol poisoning
a condition resulting from the inordinate or persistent use of alcoholic beverages
means alcohol dependence or alcohol abuse meeting the criteria as stated in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual IV for these disorders
an intense persistent desire to drink alcoholic beverages to excess
continued excessive or compulsive use of alcoholic drinks; a chronic, progressive, potentially fatal, psychological and nutritional disorder associated with excessive and usu compulsive drinking of ethanol and characterized by frequent intoxication leading to dependence on or addiction to the substance, impairment of the ability to work and socialize, destructive behaviors (as drunken driving), tissue damage (as cirrhosis of the liver), and severe withdrawal symptoms upon detoxification
A primary chronic disease influenced by genetic predisposition, psychosocial, environmental and cultural factors The alcoholic who chooses to drink does so because of a complex interaction between these factors
1 Continued excessive or compulsive use of alcoholic drinks; 2 Poisoning by alcohol; especially, a complex chronic psychological and nutritional disorder associated with excessive and usually compulsive drinking - Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Tenth Edition
Definition: A primary, chronic disease with genetic, psychosocial and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations Alcoholism is characterized by a continuous or periodic impaired control over drinking; preoccupation with alcohol; and use of alcohol despite adverse consequences and distortions in thinking, most notably denial
A disease characterized by excessive and habitual drinking of alcoholic beverages, that causes the alcoholic, physical, psychological, and social harm
Habitual intoxication; prolonged and excessive intake of alcoholic drinks leading to a breakdown in health and an addiction to alcohol such that abrupt deprivation leads to severe withdrawal symptoms
Excessive dependence on or addiction to alcohol, usually to the point that the person's physical and mental health is threatened or harmed
State of physical addiction to alcohol that manifests through such symptoms as stereotyped drinking, drinking to maintain blood alcohol at a particular level, experiencing increasing frequency and severity of withdrawal, drinking early in the day and in the middle of the night, a sense of loss of control over drinking, or a subjective craving for alcohol
an illness characterized by a dependence on alcohol and a level of alcohol intake that interferes with health, family and social realtions, and job performance
A disease that includes alcohol craving and continued drinking despite repeated alcohol-related problems, such as losing a job or getting into trouble with the law Symptoms include craving, impaired control, physical dependence, and increased tolerance
A chronic disorder characterized by dependence on alcohol, repeated excessive use of alcoholic beverages, development of withdrawal symptoms on reducing or ceasing alcohol intake, morbidity that may include cirrhosis of the liver, and decreased ability to function socially and vocationally Currently believed by many to be a disease with strong genetic links
A cluster of behavioral, cognitive, and physiological phenomena that develop after repeated substance misuse and that typically include a strong desire to take the drug, difficulties in controlling its use, persisting in its use despite harmful consequences, a higher priority given to its use than other activities and obligations, increased tolerance, and sometimes a physical withdrawal state (World Health Organisation definition)
Alcoholism is a type of drug dependence There is both physical and psychological dependence on alcohol Alcoholism is a primary, chronic, progressive, and sometimes fatal disease due to the habitual use of alcohol; often described as any "harmful use" of alcohol--meaning the alcoholic continues to drink despite recurrent social, personal, physical, or legal consequences as a result of their alcohol use
Any use of alcohol that produces a pattern of pathological use causing impairment in social or occupational functioning or that produces physiological dependency evidenced by physical tolerance or withdrawal
A diseased condition of the system, brought about by the continued use of alcoholic liquors
{i} addiction to alcohol
People who suffer from alcoholism cannot stop drinking large quantities of alcohol. the problems of alcoholism. the medical condition of being an alcoholic. Excessive habitual consumption of alcoholic beverages despite physical, mental, social, or economic harm (e.g., cirrhosis, drunk driving and accidents, family strife, frequently missing work). Persons who drink large amounts of alcohol over time become tolerant to its effects. Alcoholism is usually considered an addiction and a disease. The causes are unclear, but there may be a genetic predisposition. It is more common in men, but women are more likely to hide it. Treatment may be physiological (with drugs that cause vomiting and a feeling of panic when alcohol is consumed; not an effective long-term treatment), psychological (with therapy and rehabilitation), or social (with group therapies). Group therapies such as Alcoholics Anonymous are the most effective treatments. Suddenly stopping heavy drinking can lead to withdrawal symptoms, including delirium tremens