apprehension

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} endişe

Onun endişeleri haklı çıktı. - His apprehensions were justified.

Senin endişelerin haklı çıktı. - Your apprehensions were justified.

{i} kaygı
{i} korku
{i} algı
evham
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ilksezi
tutuklama
kuruntu
anlayış
kavrayış
{i} görüş
ilk sezi
{i} yakalama; tutuklama
kaygı/kavrama/tutuklama
{i} kavrama
{i} düşünce
{i} anlama
(Askeri) TUTUKLAMA: ABD ordusunda, suç işlediğine dair kuvvetli deliller bulunan bir kimsenin şahsi hürriyetinin, geçici olarak tahdidi
idrak
apprehension warrants
(Politika, Siyaset) yakalama tutanağı
hindering apprehension
(Fizik) birinin tutuklanmasına engel olmak için yardım etmek

Tutuklanmasına engel olup kaçmasına yardım ettiği için 10 yıla kadar ceza ile suçlanıyor. He is facing a charge of hindering apprehension punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

warrant of apprehension
arama emri
an apprehension of
bir tutuklama
apprehensions
korkular
in apprehension of
endişesiyle
in apprehension of
korkusuyla
warrant of apprehension
tutuklama emri
Englisch - Englisch
The physical act of seizing or taking hold of; seizure

The wing would have been a severe obstruction to apprehension of an object on the ground.

The act of seizing or taking by legal process; arrest

The warrant had been issued for his apprehension on the charge of rioting.

Anticipation, mostly of things unfavorable; dread or fear at the prospect of some future ill

Every circumstance which evinced the savage nature of the beings at whose mercy I was, augmented the fearful apprehensions that consumed me.

The faculty by which ideas are conceived; understanding

Strangers of limited information and dull apprehension were sometimes observed not to know what a Powler was.

Opinion; conception; sentiment; idea

We think we get a kind of vague apprehension of what London means from the top of a 'bus better than anywhere else.

The act of grasping with the intellect; the contemplation of things, without affirming, denying, or passing any judgment; intellection; perception

We live on, and in living we lose the apprehension of life.

{n} a conception, suspicion, fear
fearful expectation or anticipation; "the student looked around the examination room with apprehension"
a military arrest; the actual taking of someone into custody, not a temporary stop or detention(See RCM 302 )
noun representation
the cognitive condition of someone who understands; "he has virtually no understanding of social cause and effect"
painful expectation
The arrest of a removable alien by the Immigration and Naturalization Service Each apprehension of the same alien in a fiscal year is counted separately
Apprehension is a feeling of fear that something bad may happen. It reflects real anger and apprehension about the future I tensed every muscle in my body in apprehension. = worry
the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"
The faculty by which ideas are conceived; understanding; as, a man of dull apprehension
The act of seizing or taking hold of; seizure; as, the hand is an organ of apprehension
Anticipation, mostly of things unfavorable; distrust or fear at the prospect of future evil
{i} arrest; fear, concern; anticipation
the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar" painful expectation fearful expectation or anticipation; "the student looked around the examination room with apprehension
The act of seizing or taking by legal process; arrest; as, the felon, after his apprehension, escaped
The apprehension of someone who is thought to be a criminal is their capture or arrest by the police. information leading to the apprehension of the alleged killer
painful expectation fearful expectation or anticipation; "the student looked around the examination room with apprehension
hindering apprehension
(Fizik) assisting to block a lawful arrest by actions

Tonya Couch, 48, of Burleson faces a charge of hindering apprehension, a third-degree felony punishable by 2 to 10 years in prison.

An apprehension
taking
apprehensions
plural of apprehension
apprehension
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