comfortably

listen to the pronunciation of comfortably
Englisch - Türkisch
rahatça

Yeni evimize rahatça yerleştik. - We are comfortably established in our new home.

Ben ısıya duyarlı olduğum gibi, yaz aylarında klima olmadan rahatça yaşayamam. - As I'm sensitive to heat, I can't live comfortably without air-conditioning in summer.

z. rahatça
kral gibi
comfort
konfor

Küçük konforlu bir evimiz olacak. - We will have a small comfortable house.

O konfor içinde yaşamaktadır. - He lives comfortably.

comfortable
{s} rahat

İnsanlar rahat mı? Hayır. - Are people comfortable? No.

Direksiyonun arkasında daha rahat hissediyorum. - I feel more comfortable behind the wheel.

comfort
{i} rahatlık

Dışarısı ne kadar soğuk olursa olsun, odalar bir rahatlık sıcaklığına kadar ısıtılır. - No matter how cold it is outside, the rooms are heated to a comfortable temperature.

Ben size rahatlık verebilirim. - I can give you comfort.

comfort
rahat

Herkes onunla birlikte rahat hisseder. - Everybody feels comfortable with him.

İnsanlar rahat mı? Hayır. - Are people comfortable? No.

comfortably spacious
ferah
comfortably numb
(deyim) Duyarsız, aldırış etmeyen, umursamaz
comfortably numb
halinden memnun bir uyuşuk
comfortably; warmly
konforlu, sıcak
comfortable
iyi

Bir hayvanın bir hayvanat bahçesinde rahat bir hayat yaşaması vahşi doğada bir vahşi hayvan tarafından parçalanmasından daha iyidir. - It is better for an animal to live a comfortable life in a zoo than to be torn apart by a predator in the wild.

Bazen iyi görünme ve rahat olma arasında seçim yapmak zorundasın. - Sometimes you have to choose between looking good and being comfortable.

comfortable
konforlu

Küçük konforlu bir evimiz olacak. - We will have a small comfortable house.

Bu koltuk çok konforlu, ama rengini beğenmedim. - This chair is very comfortable, but I don't like the color.

comfort
avundurmak
comfort
{i} huzur

Onun huzurunda asla rahat hissetmem. - I never feel comfortable in his presence.

comfort
teselli

Arkadaşım düşük yaptı ve onu nasıl teselli edeceğimi bilmiyorum. - My friend had a miscarriage and I don't know how to comfort her.

Markku Liisa'yı teselli etmek istedi. - Markku wanted to comfort Liisa.

comfortable
{s} rahatlatıcı
comfort
konfor sağlamak
comfort
ferahlık

Tebdilimekânda ferahlık vardır. - A change of scenery would provide comfort.

comfort
yüreğine su serpmek
comfort
gönence
comfort
hoşluk
comfort
destek
comfort
teselli etmek

Tom Mary'yi teselli etmek istedi. - Tom wanted to comfort Mary.

Markku Liisa'yı teselli etmek istedi. - Markku wanted to comfort Liisa.

comfort
refah
comfort
ferahlatmak

Tom Meryem'i ferahlatmak istedi. - Tom wanted to comfort Mary.

comfort
rahatlatmak

Bir kadın kızdığında, onu rahatlatmak için ihtiyacın olan tek şey dört küçük öpücüktür. - When a woman's angry, four little kisses are all you need to comfort her.

Tom Mary'yi rahatlatmak için elinden geleni yapıyor. - Tom is doing his best to comfort Mary.

comfortable
huzurlu
comfort
comfort station umumi helâ
comfort
yatıştırmak
comfort
avutmak

O ağladı ve ağladı ama hiç kimse onu avutmak için gelmedi. - She cried and cried, but nobody came to comfort her.

comfort
rahat ettirmek

Tom Meryem'i rahat ettirmek istedi. - Tom wanted to comfort Mary.

Ben sadece seni rahat ettirmek istedim. - I only wanted to make you comfortable.

comfort
{f} yardım etmek
comfort
ferahlatıcı şey
comfort
teselli eden kimse
comfort
memnun etmek
comfort
avunç
comfort
yardım
comfort
avuntu
comfort
yorgan
comfort
konforsuz
comfort
konfor,v.konfor sağla: n.konfor
comfort
{f} cesaretlendirmek
comfort
teselli/
comfort
creature comforts bedeni rahatı sağlayan konfor comfortless kasvetli
comfortable
yorgan comfortably rahatça
comfortable
dili yeterli
comfortable
{s} tatminkâr
comfortable
sakin

Bunu uygun bir uzaklıktan sakince gözlemledi. - He observed this calmly, from a comfortable distance.

comfortable
teselli edici
comfortable
müreffeh
Englisch - Englisch
{a} with comfort, pleasingly
in financial comfort; "They live well"; "she has been able to live comfortably since her husband died"
If you do something comfortably, you do it easily. Only take upon yourself those things that you know you can manage comfortably Three of the six have comfortably exceeded their normal life expectancy. see also comfortable
in physical comfort; "she could have been lying comfortably in bed getting the same relief"
In a comfortable or comforting manner
in physical comfort; "she could have been lying comfortably in bed getting the same relief
in mental comfort; without stress; "he works comfortably on three continents"
In a comfortable manner
in a relaxed manner, at ease; spaciously
in mental comfort; without stress; "he works comfortably on three continents" in physical comfort; "she could have been lying comfortably in bed getting the same relief
comfortably numb
(deyim) A state of severe alienation and burnout. When the pressures of life and the evils, insanity and corruption of the outside world are too much and you build a mental wall and you shut yourself out from everything and everyone. You just want to retreat by watching TV or listening to music a LOT to take you from your inner pain but your attention span is so minimized you may wind up on the couch looking up at the ceiling and constantly changing TV channels with the remote. Certain scenes or sounds may bring up painful emotions and make you cry. So you try to quench the pain by smoking, drinking or doing dope
comfortably off
If someone is comfortably off, they have enough money to be able to live without financial problems. He had no plans to retire even though he is now very comfortably off
comfort
Contentment, ease

the comforts of home.

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To make the physical circumstances comfortable
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: To provide comfort to or relieve suffering

Rob comforted Aaron because he was lost and very sad.

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In a state of comfort and content

I'll be quite comfortable here, what a great guestroom!.

comfortable
Amply sufficient, satisfactory

The home team is ahead by a comfortable margin.

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Providing comfort and ease; agreeable

This is the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in.

comfortable
Comforting, providing comfort; consolatory

he was going to make away himself; but meeting by chance his master Plotinus, who, perceiving by his distracted looks all was not well, urged him to confess his grief; which when he had heard, he used such comfortable speeches, that he redeemed him e faucibus Erebi .

comfortably.
comfily
comfortable
{s} easy; relaxing; bringing comfort; financially well to do
comfort
lessen pain or discomfort; alleviate; "ease the pain in your legs"
comfort
{v} to ease, cheer, revive
comfort
{n} support, assistance, ease, pleasure, joy
comfortable
{a} giving comfort, pleasing
Comfortable
comfy
comfort
{f} bring relief; encourage; console
comfort
The ability of the cushioning structure to deflect at the surface and to conform to body shape, preventing a concentration of pressure on the body Compression Modulus - Ratio of an FPF's ability to support force at different indentation (or compression) levels It is determined by taking the ratio of the FPF's IFD at 25% indentation and 65% indentation (65% IFD/25% IFD) The compression modulus is typically a function of FPF chemical formulation and the manufacturing process IN most cases, the higher the density the greater the compression modulus Other terms that are used interchangeably are: support factor, and modulus
comfort
The ability of the cushioning structure to deflect at the surface and to conform to body shape, preventing a concentration of pressure on the body without bottoming out
comfort
the act of consoling; giving relief in affliction; "his presence was a consolation to her"
comfort
If you say that something is, for example, too close for comfort, you mean you are worried because it is closer than you would like it to be. The bombs fell in the sea, many too close for comfort Although crimes against visitors were falling, the levels of crime were still too high for comfort. to make someone feel less worried, unhappy, or upset, for example by saying kind things to them or touching them comforting
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Comfort is a style of life in which you have enough money to have everything you need. Surely there is some way of ordering our busy lives so that we can live in comfort and find spiritual harmony too
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A wadded bedquilt; a comfortable
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A state of quiet enjoyment; freedom from pain, want, or anxiety; also, whatever contributes to such a condition
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Comfort is what you feel when worries or unhappiness stop. He welcomed the truce, but pointed out it was of little comfort to families spending Christmas without a loved one He will be able to take some comfort from inflation figures due on Friday He found comfort in Eva's blind faith in him. see also cold comfort
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Encouragement; solace; consolation in trouble; also, that which affords consolation
comfort
Unlawful support, countenance, or encouragement; as, to give aid and comfort to the enemy
comfort
If you comfort someone, you make them feel less worried, unhappy, or upset, for example by saying kind things to them. Ned put his arm around her, trying to comfort her. = console
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a feeling of freedom from worry or disappointment a state of being relaxed and feeling no pain; "he is a man who enjoys his comfort"; "she longed for the comfortableness of her armchair"
comfort
a feeling of freedom from worry or disappointment
comfort
a state of being relaxed and feeling no pain; "he is a man who enjoys his comfort"; "she longed for the comfortableness of her armchair"
comfort
a freedom from financial difficulty that promotes a comfortable state; "a life of luxury and ease"; "he had all the material comforts of this world"
comfort
Assistance; relief; support
comfort
A cause of relief or satisfaction
comfort
If you refer to a person, thing, or idea as a comfort, you mean that it helps you to stop worrying or makes you feel less unhappy. It's a comfort talking to you Being able to afford a drink would be a comfort in these tough times
comfort
A consolation; something relieving suffering or worry
comfort
{i} coziness; relief; consolation; comfortable state; someone or something which brings comfort
comfort
To assist or help; to aid
comfort
To make strong; to invigorate; to fortify; to corroborate
comfort
To impart strength and hope to; to encourage; to relieve; to console; to cheer
comfort
The physical conditions represented in the area on a psychometric chart enclosing all those conditions described in Figure 1 in ASHRAE 55, as listed in Appendix A, as being comfortable
comfort
Comforts are things which make your life easier and more pleasant, such as electrical devices you have in your home. She enjoys the material comforts married life has brought her Electricity provides us with warmth and light and all our modern home comforts see also creature comforts
comfort
A racquet's ability to protect your arm from vibration and shock when you hit the ball
comfort
If you are doing something in comfort, you are physically relaxed and contented, and are not feeling any pain or other unpleasant sensations. This will enable the audience to sit in comfort while watching the shows The shoe has padding around the collar, heel and tongue for added comfort. discomfort
comfort
give moral or emotional strength to
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If you feel comfortable with a particular situation or person, you feel confident and relaxed with them. Nervous politicians might well feel more comfortable with a step-by-step approach He liked me and I felt comfortable with him I'll talk to them, but I won't feel comfortable about it. + comfortably com·fort·ably They talked comfortably of their plans
comfortable
in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich; "they were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards"; "easy living"; "a prosperous family"; "his family is well-situated financially"; "well-to-do members of the community"
comfortable
If you are comfortable, you are physically relaxed because of the place or position you are sitting or lying in. Lie down on your bed and make yourself comfortable She tried to maneuver her body into a more comfortable position. uncomfortable + comfortably com·fort·ably Are you sitting comfortably? He would be tucked comfortably into bed
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Providing comfort; agreeable
comfortable
more than adequate; "the home team had a comfortable lead
comfortable
In a race, competition, or election, if you have a comfortable lead, you are likely to win it easily. If you gain a comfortable victory or majority, you win easily. By half distance we held a comfortable two-lap lead He appeared to be heading for a comfortable victory. + comfortably com·fort·ably the Los Angeles Raiders, who comfortably beat the Bears earlier in the season. = easily
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free from stress or conducive to mental ease; having or affording peace of mind; "was settled in a comfortable job, one for which he was well prepared"; "the comfortable thought that nothing could go wrong"; "was comfortable in his religious beliefs"; "she's a comfortable person to be with"; "she felt comfortable with her fiance's parents"
comfortable
providing or experiencing physical well-being or relief (`comfy' is informal); "comfortable clothes"; "comfortable suburban houses"; "made himself comfortable in an armchair"; "the antihistamine made her feel more comfortable"; "are you comfortable?"; "feeling comfy now?"
comfortable
A stuffed or quilted coverlet for a bed; a comforter; a comfort
comfortable
A comfortable life, job, or situation does not cause you any problems or worries. a comfortable teaching job at a university Kohl's retirement looks far from comfortable
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Strong; vigorous; valiant
comfortable
If a piece of furniture or an item of clothing is comfortable, it makes you feel physically relaxed when you use it, for example because it is soft. a comfortable fireside chair Trainers are so comfortable to wear. uncomfortable
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Affording or imparting comfort or consolation; able to comfort; cheering; as, a comfortable hope
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more than adequate; "the home team had a comfortable lead"
comfortable
When a sick or injured person is said to be comfortable, they are in a stable physical condition. He was described as comfortable in hospital last night
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Free, or comparatively free, from pain or distress; used of a sick person
comfortable
sufficient to provide comfort; "a comfortable salary"
comfortable
Leaving little risk
comfortable
In a condition of comfort; having comforts; not suffering or anxious; hence, contented; cheerful; as, to lead a comfortable life
comfortable
If a building or room is comfortable, it makes you feel physically relaxed when you spend time in it, for example because it is warm and has nice furniture. A home should be comfortable and friendly. somewhere warm and comfortable. + comfortably com·fort·ably the comfortably furnished living room
comfortable
If you say that someone is comfortable, you mean that they have enough money to be able to live without financial problems. `Is he rich?' --- `He's comfortable.' She came from a stable, comfortable, middle-class family. + comfortably com·fort·ably Cayton describes himself as comfortably well-off
comfortable
Serviceable; helpful
sitting comfortably
reclining, being in a comfortable position
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