amputated

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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von amputated im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

amputate
{f} organ
amputate
kesmek

Tom'un bacağını kesmek zorunda kaldım. - I had to amputate Tom's leg.

amputate
(fiil) organını almak; budamak, kesmek (ağaç, organ)
amputate
ampute et
amputate
{f} kesmek ağaç
amputate
bir kılganı kesmek
amputate
organını almak
amputate
bir uzvunu kaybetmiş olan kimse
amputate
f., tıb. (bir uzvu) kesmek
amputate
{f} budamak
amputate
kes

Tom'un kolu kesilmeli. - Tom's arm must be amputated.

Tom bacaklarından birini kestirdi. - Tom had one of his legs amputated.

Englisch - Englisch
past of amputate
amputate
To surgically remove a part of the body, especially a limb
amputate
to remove by cutting, as a limb or some portion of the body
amputate
{v} to cut off a limb, cut off, top off
Amputate
To cut off
Amputate
remove surgically; "amputate limbs"
Amputate
When someone has an operation where doctors cut off a body part, they say they amputate that part Some parts that might get amputated are a finger, a foot, or a leg
Amputate
to cut from the body
amputate
To amputate someone's arm or leg means to cut all or part of it off in an operation because it is diseased or badly damaged. To save his life, doctors amputated his legs He had to have one leg amputated above the knee. + amputation amputations am·pu·ta·tion He lived only hours after the amputation. to cut off someone's arm, leg, finger etc during a medical operation (past participle of amputare, from amb- + putare )
amputate
To prune or lop off, as branches or tendrils
amputate
{f} cut off a limb; remove an organ
amputate
To cut off (a limb or projecting part of the body) remove surgically; "amputate limbs
his arm was amputated
his arm was surgically removed
his leg was amputated
his leg was cut off, he lost his leg
amputated

    Silbentrennung

    am·pu·ta·ted

    Türkische aussprache

    ämpyıteytîd

    Aussprache

    /ˈampyəˌtātəd/ /ˈæmpjəˌteɪtɪd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'am-py&-"tAt ] (transitive verb.) 1638. Latin amputatus, past participle of amputare, from am-, amb- around + putare to cut, prune; more at AMBI-.

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