climax

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} doruk
{i} zirve
(Tıp) Cinsel birleşim esnasında duyulan hazzın en yüksek noktası, orgazm
zirveye eriştirmek
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) klimaks
orgazma ulaşmak
düğüm
yüksek derecede
doruğa ulaşmak
en heyacanlı çekide ulaşmak
{f} en yüksek dereceye var
en heyecanlı bölüm
orgazm
{i} doruk noktası
tepe
(Tıp) Hastalığın seyri esnasıda belirtilerin en şiddetli olduğu devre
{i} dönüm noktası

Tom dönüm noktası ile yaş dönümü arasındaki farkı bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know the difference between climax and climacteric.

doruk nokta
{f} orgasm olmak
{f} zirveye ulaşmak
{f} doruğa ulaştırmak
{i} orgasm

O ve Tom ilk cinsel ilişkilerine girdiğinde Mary orgasm olmadı. - Mary did not climax when she and Tom had their first sexual intercourse.

doruk,v.en yüksek dereceye var: n.doruk
doruğa ulaş/ulaştır
sahika
bir şeyin en yüksek noktası
(Hukuk) bir şeyin en üst noktası
boşalma
anti climax
anti orgasm
bring to a climax
(Konuşma Dili) havayı elektriklendirmek
bring to a climax
(Konuşma Dili) havayı gerginleştirmek
bring to a climax
(Konuşma Dili) ortamı kızıştırmak
Englisch - Englisch
To reach or bring to a climax
The point of greatest intensity or force in an ascending series; a culmination

The snowshoe-rabbits build up through the years until they reach a climax when the seem to be everywhere; then with dramatic suddenness their pestilence falls upon them.

The turning point in a plot or dramatic action, especially one marking a change in the protagonist's affairs
A stage of ecological development where a community of organisms, is stable and capable of perpetuating itself
An orgasm
{n} a rhetorical figure, gradation, ascent
the highest point of interest or suspense
Upward movement; steady increase; gradation; ascent
{i} peak, pinnacle
arrangement of clauses in ascending order of forcefulness the highest point of anything conceived of as growing or developing or unfolding; "the climax of the artist's career"; "in the flood tide of his success"
end, especially to reach a final or climactic stage; "The meeting culminated in a tearful embrace"
the highest point of anything conceived of as growing or developing or unfolding; "the climax of the artist's career"; "in the flood tide of his success"
also called the turning point, the third part of plot structure, the point at which the action stops rising and begins falling or reversing Close Window
The culminating stage in plant succession for a given site Climax vegetation is stable, self-maintaining, and self-reproducing
the decisive moment in a novel or play; "the deathbed scene is the climax of the play"
In a story, the final confrontation; the part where the hero must either succeed or fail This is followed by the denouement For more details about various story points, see this essay on Story Structure
Rhetorically, a series of words, phrases, or sentences arranged in a continuously ascending order of intensity If the ascending order is not maintained, an anticlimax or bathos results Sidelight: The term is usually applied to the point of supreme interest in a series of thoughts or events, often the turning point of a play or narrative
the final stage in ecological succession that is able to persist in the absence of environmental change
the decisive moment in a novel or play; "the deathbed scene is the climax of the play" arrangement of clauses in ascending order of forcefulness the highest point of anything conceived of as growing or developing or unfolding; "the climax of the artist's career"; "in the flood tide of his success" the most severe stage of a disease
The culminating stage in plant succession for a given site where the vegetation has reached a highly stable condition over time and perpetuates itself unless disturbed by outside forces
The culmination stage in plant succession for a given site Climax vegetation is stable, self-maintaining, and self-reproducing
the most severe stage of a disease
The highest point; the greatest degree
The turning point in a plot or dramatic action, especially one marking a change in the protagonists affairs
The climax of something is the most exciting or important moment in it, usually near the end. For Pritchard, reaching an Olympics was the climax of her career It was the climax to 24 hours of growing anxiety The last golf tournament of the European season is building up to a dramatic climax
The culminating stage in plant succession for a given site Most forests in the PNW are a Hemlock tree overstory climax forest, but because of natural fire, most forests are really a Douglas Fir overstory
A climax is an orgasm
A figure in which the parts of a sentence or paragraph are so arranged that each succeeding one rises above its predecessor in impressiveness
(Liz Koenig) the peak of the action of the story
(no longer used in SSSA publications) The most advanced successional community of plants capable of development under, and in dynamic equilibrium with, the prevailing environment
arrangement of words, phrases, or clauses in increasing order of power
- A plant community determined and maintained in a given area by the prevailing climatic and soil conditions - essentially those which would develop and be present in the absence of human intervention
When someone climaxes, they have an orgasm. Often, a man can enjoy making love but may not be sufficiently aroused to climax
{f} reach the highest point, reach the climax; culminate; reach orgasm
(of plant communities) The final stage of succession that continues to occupy an area as long as climate and soil conditions remain unchanged A plant community that has reached a relatively stable condition in which it is able to reproduce itself indefinitely and under existing conditions A mature plant community
In classical ecological theory, the end point of the successional process; today, we refer instead to the stage of maturity reached when successional development shifts to dynamic change around an equilibrium point
An association of plants and animals that will prevail in the absence of disturbance
Mature stage of a forest during which biodiversity is great but net wood production small
arrangement of clauses in ascending order of forcefulness
the highest ecological development of a plant community capable of perpetuation under the prevailing climatic and edaphic conditions (Range Term Glossary Committee 1974)
Dramatic decisive turning point of the action, the highest moment of conflict
The culminating stage in plant succession for a given environment; the vegetation being conceived as having reached over time a highly stable condition
the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
Most advanced successional community of plants capable of development under, and in dynamic equilibrium with, the prevailing environment
The final or most mature plant community capable of perpetuation under the prevailing climate and soil conditions
the plants and animals in a given community that will persist in that community so long as conditions remain stable
means a stair (Greek), applied to the last of a gradation of arguments, each of which is stronger than the preceding The last of a gradation of words of a similar character is also called a climax The point of highest development “In the very climax of his career he was stricken down ”- Chittenden: Recollections of Lincoln chap xlv p 454 Climb On the climb Under the hope of promotion Thomas Becket, after he became Cardinal-archbishop of Canterbury, was at the top of the tree, and no further promotion was in the power of the king to bestow Being no longer on the climb, he could set the king at defiance, and did do so
The event that climaxes a sequence of events is an exciting or important event that comes at the end. You can also say that a sequence of events climaxes with a particular event. The demonstration climaxed two weeks of strikes They've just finished a sell-out UK tour that climaxed with a three-night stint at Brixton Academy
[noun]; the result of the crisis, the high point of the story for the reader; frequently, it is the moment of the highest interest and greatest emotion, and is the point at which the outcome of the conflict can be predicted [Elements of Plot]
the climax
apogee
anti-climax
downfall, weak ending, disappointing conclusion
climaxes
plural of climax
climaxes
third-person singular of climax
edaphic climax
A climax community determined by soil factors, such as alkalinity, salinity, or drainage, rather than by climatic or physiographic characteristics
climax
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