apoplexy

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Geometri) Damar yırtılması sonucu doku içine kanama veya kan sızması
beyin kanaması
felç
inme
İnme, felç, nüzûl
nüzul
(Tıp) İnme, fleç, nüzul
{i} apopleksi
i., tıb. apopleksi
(Tıp) sekte
stroke
{i} felç

Tom bir felçten ölmüş olmalı. - Tom must've died of a stroke.

Anneannem bir felç geçirdi. - My grandmother had a stroke.

stroke
{f} vurmak
laryngitis
{i} gırtlak iltihabı
laryngitis
{i} larenjit
laryngitis
gırtlak yangısı
stroke
hareket
stroke
(Otomotiv) Zamanlı

2-stroke motorcycle engine.

laryngitis
i., tıb. larenjit
stroke
hamlacı
stroke
{i} darbe

Aslan bir darbede avını sona erdirdi. - The lion put an end to his prey with one stroke.

stroke
(Tıp) Nöbet, kriz
stroke
vuruş, darbe: He cut it with two strokes of his ax. İki balta vuruşuyla onu kesti. With a few strokes of her brush she changed the mood
stroke
kürekçilere hareket
stroke
psik
stroke
{i} okşama
stroke
vuruş tesiri
Englisch - Englisch
Sudden diminution or loss of consciousness, sensation, and voluntary motion, usually caused by pressure on the brain
{n} a disorder that affects the brain
a historical, but obsolete term for a cerebral stroke, most often intracerebral hemorrhage, that was applied to any condition that involved disorientation and/or paralysis
laryngitis
A sudden event Often used as equivalent to stroke
a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
Vine disease
stroke
Paralysis due to stroke
{i} loss of movement, feeling, etc.; stroke, heart failure
Apoplexy is a stroke
Apoplexy is extreme anger. He has already caused apoplexy with his books on class and on war. an illness in your brain which causes you to suddenly lose your ability to move or think = stroke (apoplexia, from , from apoplessein , from apo- ( APOCALYPSE) + plessein )
apoplex
poplexy
apoplexy

    Silbentrennung

    ap·o·ple·xy

    Türkische aussprache

    äpıpleksi

    Antonyme

    consciousness

    Aussprache

    /ˈapəˌpleksē/ /ˈæpəˌplɛksiː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'a-p&-"plek-sE ] (noun.) 15th century. Old English poplexye, Late Latin poplexia, apoplexia, from Greek ἀποπληξία (apoplēxia), from ἀποπλήσσειν (apoplēssein) to cripple by a stroke; ἀπό (apo) from + πλήσσειν (plēssein) to strike: compare with French apoplexie. See Plague.

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