antagonist

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} karşı çıkan
{i} muhalif

İki ülke birbirine muhalif. - The two countries are antagonistic to each other.

{i} düşman
(Tıp) antagonıst
(Biyokimya) karşıt
(Denizbilim) karşıt etkin
hasım
rakip

Filmde rakip olmamıza rağmen, onun karakterini sevdim. - Despite being the antagonist in the movie, I liked her character.

haşim
(Edebiyat) Kötü karakter
(Tıp) Zıt tesirli kas (extensor ve flexor gibi)
(Biyoloji) antagonist
(Tıp) Hasım, zıt muhalif, muarız, karşıt
(Tıp) Zıt tesirli madde, antagonist
{i} karşı olan kimse
(Tıp) Zıt uyum: Bir çenedeki dişin diğer çenede aykırı bir dişle "articulation" göstermesi
(Tıp) fizyolojik antidot
(Tıp) zıt
(Tıp) aksi yönde
competitive antagonist
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rakip antagonist
competitive antagonist
(Tıp) kompetetif antagonist
antagonistic
zıt
antagonistic
karşıt
antagonistically
muhalefet ederek
antagonistically
karşı çıkarak
narcotic antagonist
narkotik antagonist
antagonistically
muhalefet ederek, karşı çıkarak
antagonistic
antagonistik
antagonistic
(Hukuk) muhasım
antagonistic
düşman
antagonistic
karşı olan
antagonistic
(Hukuk) muhalif

İki ülke birbirine muhalif. - The two countries are antagonistic to each other.

antagonistically
antagonistik şekilde
cholinergic antagonist
(Tıp) kolinerjik antagonist
hormone antagonist
(Tıp) hormon antagonisti
opioid antagonist
(Tıp) opioid antagonist
progesterone antagonist
(Tıp) progesteron antagonisti
Türkisch - Türkisch
Düşmanca
Englisch - Englisch
One who antagonizes or stirs
An opponent or enemy
A chemical that binds to a receptor but does not produce a physiological response, blocking the action of agonist chemicals
The main character or force opposing the protagonist in a literary work or drama
Your antagonist is your opponent or enemy. Spassky had never previously lost to his antagonist. your opponent in a competition, battle, quarrel etc protagonist
{a} opposing, counteracting
{n} an opponent, adversary, muscle
A chemical that binds to a receptor and blocks it, producing no response, and preventing agonists from binding, or attaching, to the receptor Antagonists include caffeine and naloxone
Describes the function of the medication at its target site Drugs function by effectively reducing the number of receptors available for the transmitter to activate, thus trying to reestablish normal physiological function or prevent a disease from occurring An antagonist will bind to a receptor site but will not cause any change in the function of the receptor or the cell They will prevent the agonist compound from having any effect on the cell
An agent or substance that counteracts the action of another (1)
someone who offers opposition
Biological agent that reduces the number or disease-producing activities of a pathogen
A substance that tends to nullify the action of another
One agent that opposes or fights the action of another For example, insulin lowers the level of glucose (sugar) in the blood, whereas glucagon raises it; therefore, insulin and glucagon are antagonists
A drug that prevents or reverses the action of another drug
Muscle that counteracts the agonist, lengthening when the agonist muscle contracts
The character, force, or collection of forces in fiction or drama that opposes the protagonist and gives rise to the conflict of the story; an opponent of the protagonist, such as Claudius in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet See also character, conflict
A drug that blocks or counteracts the effect of another drug
a psychoactive drug that acts on the synapse between neurones and blocks the action of another drug
Opponent of the protagonist in a drama
A character whose actions work in direct opposition to the protagonist Examples
-a drug or compound that interferes with the action of, or counteracts the action of, another drug
  In fiction, the main character who comes into conflict with the protagonist (hero or heroine)   The antagonist could, in some stories, be a thing or situation (a monster, a storm, a flood, etc )
a muscle that relaxes while another contracts; "when bending the elbow the triceps are the antagonist"
Something opposing or resisting the action of another One of two muscles which pull in nearly opposite directions
a neutral term for a character who opposes the leading male or female character See hero/heroine and protagonist Close Window
A substance that tends to nullify the action of another; in pharmaceutical terms, a drug that binds to a receptor without eliciting a biological response
A molecule that prevents the activation of a receptor See Agonist
An opponent or adversary displaying active opposition or hostility
A compound or drug which blocks or inhibits the effects of a neurotransmitter on receptor activation in the post-synaptic cell
a drug that neutralizes or counteracts the effects of another drug
= a compound that will bind to a receptor to form a complex which does not give rise to any response, as if the receptor were unoccupied
A molecule that makes it more difficult for a post-synaptic cell to be influenced by neurotransmitters
  In fiction, the main character who comes into conflict with the protagonist (hero or heroine)   The antagonist could, in some stories, be a thing or situation (a monster, a storm, a flood, etc )
The major character in opposition to the hero or protagonist of a narrative or drama
A drug or a compound that opposes the physiological effects of another At the receptor level, it is a chemical entity that opposes the receptor- associated responses normally induced by another bioactive agent [IUPAC Medicinal Chemistry] Compare agonist
{i} adversary, opponent; one who opposes; (Pharmacology, Medicine) drug or substance that acts against or annuls the effect of another substance
A medicine which opposes the action of another medicine or of a poison when absorbed into the blood or tissues
One who contends with another, especially in combat; an adversary; an opponent
a drug that neutralizes or counteracts the effects of another drug a muscle that relaxes while another contracts; "when bending the elbow the triceps are the antagonist
A muscle which acts in opposition to another; as a flexor, which bends a part, is the antagonist of an extensor, which extends it
Antagonistic; opposing; counteracting; as, antagonist schools of philosophy
Antagonistic
opposing or neutralizing or mitigating an effect by contrary action
Antagonistic
incapable of harmonious association
Antagonistic
used especially of drugs or muscles that counteract or neutralize each other's effect
Antagonistic
arousing animosity or hostility; "his antagonizing brusqueness"; "Europe was antagonistic to the Unites States"
antagonistic
{s} hostile, unfriendly
antagonistic
Contending or acting against; as, antagonistic forces
antagonistic
If a person is antagonistic to someone or something, they show hatred or dislike towards them. Nearly all the women I interviewed were aggressively antagonistic to the idea
antagonistic
Opposing in combat, combating; contending or acting against; as, antagonistic forces
antagonistic
indicating opposition or resistance
antagonistic
incapable of harmonious association used especially of drugs or muscles that counteract or neutralize each other's effect arousing animosity or hostility; "his antagonizing brusqueness"; "Europe was antagonistic to the Unites States"
antagonistic
characterized by antagonism or antipathy; "slaves antagonistic to their masters"; "antipathetic factions within the party"
antagonistically
in a hostile manner, in an unfriendly manner; in a manner that causes conflict
antagonistically
in an antagonistic manner; "he behaves antagonistically toward his colleagues
antagonistically
in an antagonistic manner; "he behaves antagonistically toward his colleagues"
antagonistically
In an antagonistic manner
antagonists
plural of antagonist
estrogen antagonist
an antagonist for estrogen that is used in the treatment of breast cancer
narcotic antagonist
an antagonist used to counteract the effects of narcotics (especially to counteract the depression of respiration)
Türkisch - Englisch
(Biyoloji) antagonist
antagonist büyüme
(Denizbilim) reproductive drain
antagonist büyüme
(Denizbilim) antagonistic growth
non kompetetif antagonist
(Tıp) non competitive antagonist
opioid antagonist
(Tıp) opioid antagonist
antagonist
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