antidotes

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Definition von antidotes im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

antidote
panzehir

Panzehiri bulmalıyım. - I have to find the antidote.

Bir panzehir bulmamız gerekiyor. - We need to find an antidote.

antidote
i., tıb. antidot, panzehir; çare
antidote
karşıtağı
antidote
antidot

Hiçbir antidot mevcut değildir. - No antidote is available.

antidote
(Tıp) Bir zehiri nötralleştiren veya tesirini gideren madde
antidote
hastalık etkisini giderici madde
antidote
{i} çare
antidote
ilâç
antidote
antidotal panzehire ait
antidote
herhangi bir bozukluğun etkisini giderici madde
antidote
(Tıp) Panzehir; s.2 Bir hastalığı veya tehlikeyi önleyen vasıta, çare
antidote
deva
Englisch - Englisch
plural of antidote
antidote
A remedy to counteract the effects of poison (often followed by "against," "for," or "to")

She reached the hospital in time to receive the antidote for the snake venom.

antidote
anything that will counteract or remove the effects of poison, disease, or the like
Antidote
a substance that neutralizes or counteracts the effects of a poison
antidote
{n} a remedy for poison or evil
Antidote
A remedy to relieve, prevent or counteract the effects of a poison
Antidote
a substance to neutralize a poison
Antidote
Counteracts the action af another substance; usually refers to poisons
Antidote
Agents which counteract or destroy the effects of poison or other medicines
Antidote
Remedy to relieve, prevent, or counteract the effects of a poison
Antidote
an agent that neutralizes or opposes the action of a poison on an organism
Antidote
a substance, or a remedy, that counteracts the effect of a homeopathic remedy High temperatures are thought to antidote remedies Mint is said to be an antidote of Natrum muriaticum Many feel that coffee antidotes homeopathic remedies When a person is reacting incorrectly to a homeopathic remedy, an antidote may be given to neutralize the effects
Antidote
a remedy or other agent to counteract the effects of a poison
Antidote
(1) A chemical applied to prevent the phytotoxic effect of a specific herbicide on desirable plants (Synonymous with protectant ) (2) A substance used as a medical treatment to counteract herbicide poisoning
Antidote
- substance that counteracts the effects of a homeopathy remedy An experience, i e , shock, or a substance that slows down, stops or reverses the curative action of a homeopathic medicine
Antidote
a remedy that stops or controls the effects of a poison
Antidote
a material administered to an individual who has been exposed to a poison in order to counteract its toxic effects
Antidote
A remedy to relieve, prevent, or counteract the effects of a poison
Antidote
Any substance or other agent that inhibits or counteracts the effects of a poison
Antidote
a substance to neutralise a poison
antidote
A remedy to counteract the effects of poison, or of anything noxious taken into the stomach; used with against, for, or to; as, an antidote against, for, or to, poison
antidote
To fortify or preserve by an antidote
antidote
Whatever tends to prevent mischievous effects, or to counteract evil which something else might produce
antidote
{i} remedy; medicine that works against the effects of poison
antidote
An antidote is a chemical substance that stops or controls the effect of a poison. When he returned, he noticed their sickness and prepared an antidote
antidote
Something that is an antidote to a difficult or unpleasant situation helps you to overcome the situation. Massage is a wonderful antidote to stress. = cure, remedy. Remedy to counteract the effects of a poison or toxin. Administered by mouth, intravenously, or sometimes on the skin, it may work by directly neutralizing the poison; causing an opposite effect in the body; binding to the poison to prevent its absorption, inactivate it, or keep it from fitting a receptor at its site of action; or binding to a receptor to prevent the poison's binding there, blocking its action. Some poisons are not active until converted to a different form in the body; their antidotes interrupt that conversion
antidote
Something that counteracts or prevents something harmful
antidote
To counteract or prevent the effects of, by giving or taking an antidote
antidotes

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    Etymologie

    [ 'an-ti-"dOt ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English antidot, from Latin antidotum, from Greek antidotos, from feminine of antidotos given as an antidote, from antididonai to give as an antidote, from anti- + didonai to give; more at DATE.

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