catastrophe

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} felâket

Ne yazık ki, birkaç yolcu felaket atlattı. - Unfortunately, few passengers survived the catastrophe.

Afrika'ya yolculuğumuz bir felaket oldu. - Our trip to Africa has become a catastrophe.

yıkım
facia
sonuç
(Coğrafya) katastrof
kadastrof
fecaat
felaket

Ne yazık ki, birkaç yolcu felaket atlattı. - Unfortunately, few passengers survived the catastrophe.

Bir felaket engellendi. - A catastrophe has been averted.

{i} afet

Kimse, meteor düşmesi gibi küresel bir doğal afeti hafife alamaz. - One can't discount a global natural catastrophe like a meteor strike.

{i} dönüm noktası
{i} felâketle sonuçlanan olay
afat
catastrophe bond
(Ticaret) afet poliçesi
catastrophic
felaket

Felaket bir hata yaptım. - I've made a catastrophic error.

Yanlış bir çeviri sonucu bazen felaket olabilir. - The consequence of a wrong translation can sometimes be catastrophic.

catastrophic
yıkıcı
catastrophic
(Tıp) Felaket getiren, sonu kötü biten
catastrophic
(Tıp) katastrofik
catastrophic
(Askeri) felaket meydana getiren
catastrophic
felaket gibi
catastrophic
felaket getiren
catastrophic
müthiş
catastrophic
felaketli
catastrophically
felaketli olarak
Catastrophic
Felaketle sonuçlanan

A catastrophic failure is a sudden and total failure of some system from which recovery is impossible.

catastrophic
felâket getiren
catastrophic
{s} felâket gibi
catastrophic
feci
catastrophically
feci bir şekilde
delusions of catastrophe
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) felaket kuruntusu
Englisch - Englisch
The dramatic event that initiates the resolution of the plot in a tragedy
A type of bifurcation, where a system shifts between two stable states
Any large and disastrous event of great significance
A disaster beyond expectations
any great and sudden misfortune or calamity
Term used for statistical recording purposes to refer to a single incident or a series of closely related incidents causing severe insured property losses totaling more than a given amount, currently $25 million
A sudden, unexpected, unavoidable and severe calamity or disaster With respect to insurance, an event that causes a loss of extraordinary amount
A catastrophe (as related to insurance) is a large and multiple series of losses beyond normal expectation or reasonable anticipation of loss by that particular cause of loss For example, hurricanes causing very substantial damage, extended damage by flood, fire involving large areas, etc
a sudden violent change in the earth's surface
An event producing a subversion of the order or system of things; a final event, usually of a calamitous or disastrous nature; hence, sudden calamity; great misfortune
Event which causes a loss of extraordinary magnitude, such as a hurricane or tornado
A violent and widely extended change in the surface of the earth, as, an elevation or subsidence of some part of it, effected by internal causes
The final event in a romance or a dramatic piece; a denouement, as a death in a tragedy, or a marriage in a comedy
the final event that completes the unraveling of the plot in a play In tragedies, this is usually a sudden, horrible event
a state of extreme (usually irremediable) ruin and misfortune; "lack of funds has resulted in a catastrophe for our school system"; "his policies were a disaster"
- A sudden, great disaster
(Catastrophe) A sudden, great disaster (e g hurricane) causing very substantial damage, extended damage by flood, fire involving large areas, etc
A major change in the environment that causes extensive damage and usually widespread death, and occurs so infrequently that the effects of natural selection by similar events in the past (if they have ever occurred) do not remain in the 'genetic memory' of the species The Mt St Helens volcanic eruption was in this sense a catastrophe (cf the recurrent hurricanes in eastern USA which may be defined as 'disasters')
{i} disaster, calamity, cataclysm
an event resulting in great loss and misfortune; "the whole city was affected by the irremediable calamity"; "the earthquake was a disaster"
Event which causes a loss of extraordinary magnitude
An event or occurrence that causes a loss of extraordinarily large values
In insurance, a term applied to an incident or series of related incidents causing insured property losses totaling more than $5 million
A sudden, severe disaster that causes a large loss
A catastrophe is an unexpected event that causes great suffering or damage. From all points of view, war would be a catastrophe = disaster
A sudden, great disaster
An incident or series of related incidents involving a substantial loss of property or causing substantial liability across a wide geographic area
  n   1 A great, often sudden calamity   4 A sudden violent change in the earth's surface; a cataclysm **
an event that causes sudden decreases of population size or the entire elimination of subpopulations (Ewens et al 1987: 62)
A single event causing numerous losses exceeding a large specified total cost set by an insurance company Normally a company would have reinsurance for loss payments in excess of the specified amount Tornadoes, hurricanes and other violent weather are the most common catastrophes
a sudden violent change in the earth's surface a state of extreme (usually irremediable) ruin and misfortune; "lack of funds has resulted in a catastrophe for our school system"; "his policies were a disaster
catastrophë
Alternative spelling of catastrophe

{2} While then the Athenian arms pressed upon the Syracusans and their allies, the Egestans were relieved ; but, with the catastrophë of the Athenian forces, followed by the downfal of the influence of Hermocrates, their situation became even more perilous than before ; inasmuch as the exasperation of their enemies was increased, the hope and liberality from Syracuse was lessened, and all prospect of a protecting power anywhere among the Grecian states was done away.

catastrophe theory
The branch of mathematics dealing with dynamical systems which can undergo abrupt irreversible qualitative changes due to a tiny change in parameters
catastrophe theory
Branch of mathematics (considered a branch of geometry) that explores how gradual changes to a system produce sudden, drastic results (though usually not as dire as the name suggests). A simple example is how a plastic coffee stirrer subjected to gradually increasing pressure from both ends will suddenly buckle in one direction or another. Other "catastrophes" include optical phenomena such as reflection or refraction of light through moving water. More speculatively, ideas from catastrophe theory have been applied by social scientists to such situations as the sudden eruption of mob violence
catastrophes
plural form of catastrophe
catastrophic
Disastrous; ruinous

The reason why Jon & Kate Plus 8 is such a hot topic is because it might all be a sham. It’s been claimed that Jon has a string of mistresses, that Kate had an affair with her bodyguard and that Baby Number Six is actually a shaved Ewok with a catastrophic heroin addiction. Or something.

error catastrophe
The extinction of an organism (usually microorganisms) due to excessive RNA mutations
catastrophic
extremely harmful; bringing physical or financial ruin; "a catastrophic depression"; "catastrophic illness"; "a ruinous course of action
catastrophes
plural of catastrophe
catastrophic
extremely harmful; bringing physical or financial ruin; "a catastrophic depression"; "catastrophic illness"; "a ruinous course of action"
catastrophic
{s} terrible, disastrous, calamitous
catastrophic
Of or pertaining to a catastrophe
catastrophic
Something that is catastrophic involves or causes a sudden terrible disaster. A tidal wave caused by the earthquake hit the coast causing catastrophic damage The water shortage in this country is potentially catastrophic = disastrous + catastrophically cata·strophi·cal·ly The faulty left-hand engine failed catastrophically as the aircraft approached the airport
catastrophic
If you describe something as catastrophic, you mean that it is very bad or unsuccessful. another catastrophic attempt to arrest control from a rival Christian militia His mother's untimely death had a catastrophic effect on him. = disastrous + catastrophically cata·strophi·cal·ly By the time we had to sell, prices had fallen catastrophically
catastrophic
Of a pertaining to a catastrophe
catastrophically
In a catastrophic manner
catastrophically
terribly, disastrously, calamitously
catastrophically
with unfortunate consequences; "catastrophically complex"
catastrophically
with unfortunate consequences; "catastrophically complex
national catastrophe
public disaster, irreversible damage
political catastrophe
public disaster, sad event for the generations
catastrophe
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