crick

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tutulma

Boynumda bir tutulma ile uyandım. - I woke up with a crick in my neck.

kasılma
boyun tutulması
{i} adale kasılması
boyun tutulrnası
tutul

Boynumda bir tutulma ile uyandım. - I woke up with a crick in my neck.

kriko
crick in one's neck
boyun tutulması
crick one's back
sırtı tutulmak
crick one's neck
boynu tutulmak
Englisch - Englisch
A habitational surname derived from the placename
Francis Crick co-discoverer of the structure of DNA
A village in Northamptonshire, England
A painful muscular cramp or spasm of some part of the body, as of the neck or back, making it difficult to move the part affected. (Compare catch.)
Alternative form of creek
{n} the noise of a hinge, a pain in the neck
{i} family name; Francis Crick (1916-2004), British biophysicist, winner of the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology for his discovery of the double helical structure of DNA (together with James Watson)
A painful, spasmodic affection of the muscles of some part of the body, as of the neck or back, rendering it difficult to move the part
a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back (`rick' and `wrick' are British)
{i} muscle cramp, muscle spasm (in the neck, back, etc.)
twist the head into a strained position
A small jackscrew
If you have a crick in your neck or in your back, you have a pain there caused by muscles becoming stiff. British biologist who with James D. Watson proposed a spiral model, the double helix, for the molecular structure of DNA. He shared a 1962 Nobel Prize for advances in the study of genetics. To cause a painful cramp or muscle spasm in by turning or wrenching. Variant of run. a pain in the muscles in your neck or back that is caused by the muscles becoming stiff a crick in your back/neck. to hurt your back or neck by bending or moving in a way that makes the muscles become stiff
The creaking of a door, or a noise resembling it
A painful muscular cramp or spasm of some part of the body, as of the neck or back, making it difficult to move the part affected
English biochemist who (with Watson in 1953) helped discover the helical structure of DNA (born in 1916) a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back (`rick' and `wrick' are British) twist the head into a strained position
Spelling variant of creek
English biochemist who (with Watson in 1953) helped discover the helical structure of DNA (born in 1916)
Francis Crick
{i} (1916-2004) British biophysicist, winner of the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology for his discovery of the double helical structure of DNA (together with James Watson)
Francis Crick
a British biochemist who, with the scientist J.D. Watson, discovered the double-helix structure of DNA. For this work he won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1962 (1916- ). born June 8, 1916, Northampton, Northamptonshire, Eng. British biophysicist. Educated at University College, London, he helped develop magnetic mines for naval use during World War II but returned to biology after the war. He worked at Cambridge University with James D. Watson and Maurice Wilkins to construct a molecular model of DNA consistent with its known physical and chemical properties, work for which the three shared a 1962 Nobel Prize. Crick also discovered that each group of three bases (a codon) on a single DNA strand designates the position of a specific amino acid on the backbone of a protein molecule, and he helped determine which codons code for each amino acid normally found in protein, thus clarifying the way the cell uses DNA to build proteins. See also Rosalind Franklin
Francis Harry Compton Crick
born June 8, 1916, Northampton, Northamptonshire, Eng. British biophysicist. Educated at University College, London, he helped develop magnetic mines for naval use during World War II but returned to biology after the war. He worked at Cambridge University with James D. Watson and Maurice Wilkins to construct a molecular model of DNA consistent with its known physical and chemical properties, work for which the three shared a 1962 Nobel Prize. Crick also discovered that each group of three bases (a codon) on a single DNA strand designates the position of a specific amino acid on the backbone of a protein molecule, and he helped determine which codons code for each amino acid normally found in protein, thus clarifying the way the cell uses DNA to build proteins. See also Rosalind Franklin
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