attent

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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von attent im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

attention
ilgi

Tom ve Mary'nin birlikte konuşmak için çok zamanı yok. Onların çocukları, her zaman onların ilgisini istiyorlar. - Tom and Mary don't have much time to talk together. Their children are always demanding their attention.

Güzel bir bayanı öperken güvenle araba sürebilen bir sürücü sadece öpücüğe hakettiği ilgiyi vermiyordur. - Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty lady is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.

attentive
özenli

Uyan ve daha özenli ol! - Wake up and be more attentive!

Tom'un özenli olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think Tom is attentive.

attention
özen

Yaptığın şeye özen göster. - Pay attention to what you're doing.

attention
dikkat

Kendi güvenliğine daha fazla dikkat etmelisin. - You should pay more attention to your own safety.

Tom dikkat çekmek istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to attract attention.

attentive
{s} dikkatli

Biraz daha dikkatli çalışır mısın? - Do your work with more attentiveness.

Tom dikkatlice dinledi. - Tom listened attentively.

attention
ilgilenme

Polis onunla ilgilenmedi. - The policeman paid no attention to him.

Tom'la ilgilenmekten vazgeçtim. - I stopped paying attention to Tom.

attent to
için attent
attentive
nazik attentively dikkatle
attentive
ince

O onun sınav kağıdını dikkatle inceledi. - He attentively went over her exam paper.

attentively
dikkatlice

Ben daha dikkatlice okuyacağım. - I'll read more attentively.

Tom nasıl dikkatlice dinleyeceğini biliyor. - Tom knows how to listen attentively.

attentively
dikkatli olarak
attentive
kibar/dikkatli
attentive
nazik

Büyük annesine karşı çok naziktir. - She is very attentive to her grandmother.

attentive
{s} dikkat eden, dikkatli: an attentive worker dikkatli bir işçi
attentive
nezaket
attentive
incelik
attentive
kibar
attentive
{s} dikkatle izleyen: an attentive audience dikkatle izleyen seyirciler
attentive
nezaketle attentiveness dikkat
attentive
hizmete hazır olarak
attentively
dikkatle

Onlar dersi dikkatle dinliyorlardı. - They were listening to the lecture attentively.

O beni sabırla ve çok dikkatle dinledi. - She listened to me patiently and very attentively.

attention
kayıt
attention
titizlik
attention
(Bilgisayar) dikkatine
attention
(Askeri) esas vaziyet
attention
hizmet
attention
(Askeri) esas duruş
attentive
dikkat eden
attentive
dikkatle izleyen
attention
iltifat

Kadınlar iltifattan hoşlanırlar. - Women like attention.

Tom Mary'nin iltifatıyla pohpohlandı. - Tom was flattered by Mary's attention.

attention
dikkat verme

Sürücülerin tafik ışıklarına dikkat vermeleri gerek. - Drivers need to pay attention to the traffic lights.

attention
bakım

Tom'un tıbbi bakım alması gerekiyor. - Tom needs to get medical attention.

Tıbbi bakıma ihtiyacın var. - You require medical attention.

attention
hazırol yağdayı
attentive
yardımcı
attention
aldırış
attention
hazırol
attention
aldırma
attention
kur
attention
ilgi gösterme
attention
itina
attention
aşığın sevgilisine gösterdiği ilgi
attention
{i} ask. esas duruş/vaziyet
attention
Attention I Hazır ol I attention span bir kimsenin konu degiştirmeden aynı şeye dikkat edebildiği müddet
attention
Uyarı

Onun uyarısına hiç dikkat edilmedi. - No attention was paid to his warning.

Tom uyarıya dikkat etmedi. - Tom didn't pay any attention to the warning.

attention
teveccuh
attention
(Askeri) ESAS DURUŞ: Gözler tam ilerde, eller yanlarda, topuklar bitişik, ayak uçları 45 yanlara açık, hazır ve uyanık vaziyette, ayakta dik duruş. At veya araca binmiş, silah taşıyan vesaire şahıslar için de, ayrıca esas vaziyetleri tarif edilmiştir. Bu vaziyette, tam sessizlik ve hareketsizlik esastır. 2. HAZIR OL ! Bu vaziyeti almak için verilen komut
attention
bir şeye dikkat çekmek
attention
meşgul olma
Englisch - Englisch
attentive; heedful

Self-occupied, doomstricken while attent.

{a} intent, attentive, regardful
Attention; heed
attention
Used as a command to bring soldiers to the attention position
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Mental focus

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An action or remark expressing concern for or interest in someone or something, especially romantic interest

For some time past I have been the recipient of very marked attentions from a young lady.

attentive
paying attention; noticing, watching, listening, or attending closely

She is an attentive listener, but does not like to talk much.

attentive
(often followed by `to') giving care or attention; "attentive to details"; "the nurse was attentive to her patient"; "an attentive suitor"
attention
{n} the act of attending or minding
attentive
{a} heedful, regardful, careful, intent
attentively
{a} carefully, diligently, closely, intensely
attentive
Someone who is attentive is helpful and polite. At society parties he is attentive to his wife
attentive
If you are attentive, you are paying close attention to what is being said or done. He wishes the government would be more attentive to detail in their response. + attentively at·ten·tive·ly He questioned Chrissie, and listened attentively to what she told him
attentive
{s} observant; polite; caring, loving
Attentive
tentif
Attentive
listful
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intendant
Attentively
tentifly
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attently
attention
interest which has become fixed
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The act or state of attending or heeding; the application of the mind to any object of sense, representation, or thought; notice; exclusive or special consideration; earnest consideration, thought, or regard; obedient or affectionate heed; the supposed power or faculty of attending
attention
a motionless erect stance with arms at the sides and feet together; assumed by military personnel during drill or review; "the troops stood at attention"
attention
n [(Thank you for your ~ )] perhatian (hati) [(Terima kasih atas ~ anda )]
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a courteous act indicating affection; "she tried to win his heart with her many attentions"
attention
Sympathetic consideration of the needs and wants of others
attention
Concentration The aspect of consciousness that relates to the amount of effort exerted in focusing on certain aspects of an experience, activity, or task
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When people stand to attention or stand at attention, they stand straight with their feet together and their arms at their sides. Soldiers in full combat gear stood at attention. In psychology, the act or state of applying the mind to an object of sense or thought. Wilhelm Wundt was perhaps the first psychologist to study attention, distinguishing between broad and restricted fields of awareness. He was followed by William James, who emphasized active selection of stimuli, and Ivan Pavlov, who noted the role attention plays in activating conditioned reflexes. John B. Watson sought to define attention not as an "inner" process but rather as a behavioral response to specific stimuli. Psychologists today consider attention against a background of "orienting reflexes" or "preattentive processes," whose physical correlates include changes in the voltage potential of the cerebral cortex and in the electrical activity of the skin, increased cerebral blood flow, pupil dilation, and muscular tightening. See also attention deficit disorder
attention
An act of civility or courtesy; care for the comfort and pleasure of others; as, attentions paid to a stranger
attention
the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention"
attention
{i} concentration; consideration; military posture in which a soldier stands in an upright position with his hands at his sides and his heels together (Military)
attention
attn
attention
A general term referring to the selective aspects of perception which function so that at any instant an organism focuses on certain features of the enviroment to the (relative) exclusion of other features Attention may be conscious in that some stimulus elements are actively selected out of the total input, although, by in large, we are not explicitly aware of the factors, which cause us to perceive only some small part of the stimulus array
attention
the faculty or power of mental concentration; "keeping track of all the details requires your complete attention"
attention
Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) -Refers to a condition which causes difficulty in remaining focused on a given task
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(See 204) The first step in the prospect's mental steps From the moment a salesperson begins to talk, he or she should try to quickly capture and maintain the prospect's attention The first step in the prospect's mental steps From the moment a salesperson begins to talk, he or she should try to quickly capture and maintain the prospect's attention
attention
The cognitive process of orienting to and perceiving stimuli With regard to television research, this may be measured by visual orientation to the television or "looking" by eye movements, by electrophysiological activity, and by inference through secondary recall and recognition tests (Anderson & Collins, 1988) See Visual Attention
attention
the process by which we focus our awareness on some of the information available in consciousness and screen out other information
attention
Attention is great interest that is shown in someone or something, particularly by the general public. Volume Two, sub-titled `The Lawyers', will also attract considerable attention The conference may help to focus attention on the economy
attention
Where one places one's conscious or unconscious attention has an effect on cognitive processes First attention or the attention of the conscious mind is limited (See conscious awareness) Second attention refers to the processes and organisation of the unconscious mind
attention
Ability to selectively perceive sensory stimuli
attention
Charyot Ready - Choom bi Bow - Kyon nae Begin - Seijak Break - Kalryo Continue - Kyesok Stop - Gooman Return - Bah ro Relax - Shiuh Turn Around - Dolra About Face - Dwi ro dorah Foot Switch - bahl bah kwah Back to Top
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When you collect standard resource utilization items, Oracle Corporation recommends collecting the same items on both the start and end events This allows Oracle Trace to calculate usage over the duration of the event by subtracting the start value from the end value
attention
If someone or something attracts your attention or catches your attention, you suddenly notice them. He sat at one of the round tables and tried to attract her attention
attention
the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others a general interest that leads people to want to know more; "She was the center of attention
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You can refer to someone's efforts to help you, or the interest they show in you, as their attentions, especially if you dislike or disapprove of them. The only way to escape the unwanted attentions of the local men was not to go out
attention
a courteous act indicating affection; "she tried to win his heart with her many attentions" a motionless erect stance with arms at the sides and feet together; assumed by military personnel during drill or review; "the troops stood at attention" the faculty or power of mental concentration; "keeping track of all the details requires your complete attention" the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others a general interest that leads people to want to know more; "She was the center of attention
attention
The ability to concentrate on a task
attention
a general interest that leads people to want to know more; "She was the center of attention"
attention
The allocation of cognitive capacity to an object or task, so that information is consciously processed
attention
If you bring something to someone's attention or draw their attention to it, you tell them about it or make them notice it. If we don't keep bringing this to the attention of the people, nothing will be done
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If someone or something is getting attention, they are being dealt with or cared for. Each year more than two million household injuries need medical attention
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Ability to take notice
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If you pay attention to someone, you watch them, listen to them, or take notice of them. If you pay no attention to someone, you behave as if you are not aware of them or as if they are not important. More than ever before, the food industry is paying attention to young consumers Other people walk along the beach at night, so I didn't pay any attention at first
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the selection of some incoming information for further processing
attention
span: extent to which a person can concentrate on a single task
attention
the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others
attention
n A quantity of life force; active consciousness; the power or faculty of mental concentration
attention
If you give someone or something your attention, you look at it, listen to it, or think about it carefully. You have my undivided attention Later he turned his attention to the desperate state of housing in the province. young children with short attention spans
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Interrupts the application program; available only when the connection-method is SNA If the connection method is not SNA, X-f (Minus Function) appears in the operator information area
attention
A state of alertness in the standing position
attentions
plural of attention
attentions
{i} act of courtesy, gallantry, acts of consideration
attentive
Heedful of the comfort of others; courteous
attentive
taking heed; giving close and thoughtful attention; "heedful of the warnings"; "so heedful a writer"; "heedful of what they were doing"
attentive
(often followed by `to') giving care or attention; "attentive to details"; "the nurse was attentive to her patient"; "an attentive suitor
attentive
Heedful; intent; observant; regarding with care or attention
attentively
observantly, heedfully, mindfully, intently
attentively
In an attentive manner
attentively
in an attentive manner; "he listened attentively"
attentively
in an attentive manner; "he listened attentively
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