fasting

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Englisch - Türkisch
oruç

İslam'ın beş şartı; şehadet etmek, namaz kılmak, oruç tutmak, zekat vermek ve hacca gitmektir. - The five pillars of Islam are belief, worship, fasting, almsgiving, and pilgrimage.

Fadıl bir Müslüman olmamasına rağmen oruç tutmaya başladı. - Fadil started fasting although he wasn't a Muslim.

oruç tutma

İslam'ın beş şartı; şehadet etmek, namaz kılmak, oruç tutmak, zekat vermek ve hacca gitmektir. - The five pillars of Islam are belief, worship, fasting, almsgiving, and pilgrimage.

Fadıl bir Müslüman olmamasına rağmen oruç tutmaya başladı. - Fadil started fasting although he wasn't a Muslim.

{s} niyetli
oruçlu
(Biyokimya) açlık
(zarf) aç karnına
(Tıp) Belli bir süre yemek yememe, isteyerek aç kalma, oruç tutma
aç karnına
(sıfat) niyetli
niyetli olmak
(Din) oruç tutmak

İslam'ın beş şartı; şehadet etmek, namaz kılmak, oruç tutmak, zekat vermek ve hacca gitmektir. - The five pillars of Islam are belief, worship, fasting, almsgiving, and pilgrimage.

perhiz
fast
{s} süratli
fast
{s} çabuk

Kötü haber çabuk yayılır. - Bad news travels fast.

Tom yeni başladı fakat çabuk anlıyor. - Tom's a beginner, but he catches on fast.

fast
hızlı

Senin kadar hızlı koşamam. - I can't run as fast as you.

Lütfen çok hızlı konuşma. - Please don't speak so fast.

fasting blood glucose
(Tıp) açlık kan şekeri
fasting glycaemia
açlık kan şekeri değeri
fasting glycaemia
(Tıp, İlaç) Açlık kan şekeri
fasting cure
rejim
fasting cure
perhiz
fast
{f} oruç tutmak

İslam'ın beş şartı; şehadet etmek, namaz kılmak, oruç tutmak, zekat vermek ve hacca gitmektir. - The five pillars of Islam are belief, worship, fasting, almsgiving, and pilgrimage.

fast
oruç

En son ne zaman oruç tuttun? - When was the last time you fasted?

Tom sadece su içerek üç gün oruç tuttu. - Tom fasted for three days, only drinking water.

fast
dayanıklı
fast
defalarca
fast
hızla

Noel hızla yaklaşıyor. - Christmas is fast approaching.

Dünya hızla değişiyor. - The world is changing fast.

fast
ayrılmaz
fast
eli çabuk
fast
hızlıca

Tom yatağına yığıldı ve kısa sürede hızlıca uyudu. - Tom flopped onto his bed and was soon fast asleep.

fast
hoppaca
fast
{i} oruç süresi
fast
{s} rengi atmaz
fast
hafifmeşrep
fast
değişmez
fast
derin olarak
be fasting
niyetli olmak
fast
sabit (renk)
fast
daha hızlı

Genel olarak söylemek gerekirse, oğlanlar kızlardan daha hızlı koşabilirler. - Generally speaking, boys can run faster than girls.

Ken senden daha hızlı koşar. - Ken runs faster than you.

fast
(Argo) hovarda
fast
(Tıp)

Ben, özellikle Pekin gibi büyük şehirler ile ilgili olarak Çin'i tek bir cümleyle açıklayabilirim. - Çin, yaşam hızı hem hızlı hem de keyifli bir ülkedir. - I can describe China, especially in relation to big cities like Beijing, in one sentence - China is a country whose pace of life is both fast and leisurely.

Gerçekleri en çok açığa çıkaran, en çabuk ölür. - He who uncovers the most dies the fastest.

fast
fişek gibi
fast
yapışmak
fast
dayanmak
fast
(Tıp) diyet
fast
hızlı yaşayan
fast
(Bilgisayar) hızlı basma
fast
muhkem
fast
(Askeri) deste
fast
yel gibi
fast
ileri saat
impaired fasting glucose
(Tıp) bozulmuş açlık glukozu
fast
(sögen) ileri
fast
sıkıca
fast
sağlamca
fast
sıkı olarak
fast
bağlı

Emniyet kemerleriniz bağlı şekilde koltuklarınızda kalın. - Remain in your seats with your seat belts fastened.

Ramadan fasting
(Din) Ramazan orucu
be fasting
oruçlu olmak
i'm fasting
Ben oruç değilim
non-fasting
oruç tutmayan

The holy month of Ramadan is among the most joyous events of the year for Muslims, but for members of Turkey’s non-fasting minority, it can be a time of intolerance and annoyance instead.

fast
yakında
fast
süratle
fast
tamamen
fast
{s} hafifmeşrep. z. çabuk, tez
fast
sıkı

Tüm gevşek düğümleri kontrol edin ve onları sıkı bağlayın. - Check all the loose knots and fasten them tight.

Bu ağaca sıkı dayanın. - Hold fast to this tree.

fast
sımsıkı
fast
çabucak

Tom'un uyumada problemi olduğunda, o kakımları saymaya başlar.O, onu çabucak sakin bir hale getirir. Ve o kakımları elliye kadar sayabilmeden önce derin uykuya dalar. - When Tom has trouble sleeping, he starts counting stoats. That quickly brings him into a peaceful mood, and he is fast asleep before he could count the stoats to fifty.

fast
{s} su gibi
fast
sabit
fast
{s} seri
fast
eğlenceye düşkün
fast
metin
fast
derin çabuk
fast
sağlam
fast
uçarı
fast
derin bir şekilde
fast
{s} tez canlı
fast
çıkmaz
fast
yanında

Onun yanında, ben bizim sınıfta en hızlı koşucuyum. - Next to him, I'm the fastest runner in our class.

fast
{s} ileri (saat)
fast
adv.hızlıca: adj.hızlı,çabuk
fast
sık sık
fast
{s} solmaz
fast
(fiil) oruç tutmak
fast
hızlı görünüm
fast
sadık
Englisch - Englisch
Action of the verb to fast
Present participle of fast
abstaining from food
Those who fast for health cite many benefits of fasting: rest for internal organs; improved digestion and circulation; greater mental and spiritual clarity and energy; elimination of drug cravings; improved sleep; weight loss Adherents say that fasting can relieve symptoms of emotional depression and anxiety and foster a feeling of well-being Advocates of fasting during illness believe that this restraint aids healing; eating, they believe, taps energy for digestion that could be better used for recovery In addition, some claim that fasting may release a hormone that stimulates the body's immune system in its fight against disease (6)
on empty stomach
Abstaining from food, usually for religious or ethical reasons. In ancient religions it was used to prepare worshipers or priests to approach deities, to pursue a vision, to demonstrate penance for sins, or to assuage an angered deity. All the major world religions include fasting among their practices. Judaism has several fast days, notably Yom Kippur. For Christians Lent is set aside as a 40-day period of penitence before Easter, including the traditional fast days of Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. In Islam the month of Ramadan is observed as a period of total abstention from food from dawn to dusk. Fasting to make a political protest is often referred to as a hunger strike; hunger strikes have been employed by, among others, 19th-century female suffragists, Mohandas K. Gandhi, and late-20th-century Irish nationalists. Moderate fasting is also sometimes practiced for its claimed health benefits
The most ingenious method of fasting I know of is that recorded in the Mappemonde Papistique, p 82 A Venetian saint had certain boxes made like mass-books, and these book-boxes were filled, some with Malmsey wine, and some with the fleshiest parts of capons and partridges These were supposed to be books of devotion, and the saint lived long and grew fat on them
{i} fast, period during which one abstains from eating; act of abstaining from eating
The practice of refraining from eating or drinking for a certain period of time Muslims fast from dawn to sunset during Ramadan
{s} abstaining from eating
(see abstinence)
fast
Deep or sound (of sleep); fast asleep (of people)
fast
Of dyes or colours: not running or fading when subjected to detrimental conditions such as wetness or intense light; permanent

All the washing has come out pink. That red tee-shirt was not fast.

fast
Quickly, with great speed; within a short time

Do it as fast as you can.

fast
Deeply or soundly

He is fast asleep.

fast
Having an extravagent lifestyle or immoral habits

She's fast – she slept with him on their first date.

fast
In a firm or secure manner, securely; in such a way as not to be moved

Hold this rope as fast as you can.

fast
Ahead of the correct time or schedule

There must be something wrong with the hall clock. It is always fast.

fast
The period of time during which one abstains from or eats very little food
fast
Short for "stand fast", a warning not to pass between the arrow and the target
fast
Of people: steadfast, with unwavering feeling. (Now only in set phrases like "fast friend".)
fast
More sensitive to light than average
fast
Immediately following in place or time; close, very near

The horsemen came fast on our heels.

fast
The act or practice of abstaining from food or of eating very little food
fast
To abstain from or eat very little food; to abstain from food for religious reasons

It is at the core of the Vision Quest, the solitary period of fasting and closeness to the earth to discover one's life path and purpose.

fast
Moving with great speed, or capable of doing so; swift, rapid

I am going to buy a fast car.

fast
Firmly or securely fixed in place; stable

That rope is dangerously loose. Make it fast!.

fast
Able to transfer data in a short period of time
fast
{v} to abstain from all food
fast
{n} an abstinanence from all food, a day set apart for fasting, that which fastens
Fast
schnell
Fast
rapide
fast
Moving rapidly; quick in mition; rapid; swift; as, a fast horse
fast
1)A film or paper that is very sensitive to light; 2) a lens that opens to a vry wide aperture; and 3) a short shutter speed Opposite: slow
fast
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fast
hurried and brief; "paid a flying visit"; "took a flying glance at the book"; "a quick inspection"; "a fast visit"
fast
Describes 1 a film or paper that is very sensitive to light; 2 a lens of wide maximum aperture, relative to its focal length, allowing maximum light into the camera in minimum time The speed of a lens - its relative ability to take in light - is an important measure of its optical efficiency: fast lenses are more difficult to design and manufacture than slow lenses, and consequently cost more ; 3 a short shutter speed Opposite: slow
fast
Not easily disturbed or broken; deep; sound
fast
Firmly fixed; closely adhering; made firm; not loose, unstable, or easily moved; immovable; as, to make fast the door
fast
pokey
fast
abstaining from food abstain from eating; "Before the medical exam, you must fast"
fast
acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly; "fast film"; "on the fast track in school"; "set a fast pace"; "a fast car"
fast
the period of time when one abstains from or eats very little food
fast
In such a condition, as to resilience, etc
fast
firmly or tightly; "held fast to the rope"; "her foot was stuck fast"; "held tight
fast
Describes 1 a film that is very sensitive to light; 2 a lens that opens to a very wide aperture; 3 a short shutter speed
fast
rapidly, quickly; with strength, powerfully; tightly, securely
fast
If you hold something fast, you hold it tightly and firmly. If something is stuck fast, it is stuck very firmly and cannot move. She climbed the staircase cautiously, holding fast to the rail The tanker is stuck fast on the rocks. = firmly
fast
to make a fast buck: see buck
fast
Going without food and sometimes drink either partially or totally for a limited period as an act of faith Sometimes it accompanies a certain season of the year (e g Lent for Christians and Yom Kippur for Jews)
fast
firmly or tightly; "held fast to the rope"; "her foot was stuck fast"; "held tight"
fast
Firm against attack; fortified by nature or art; impregnable; strong
fast
If a watch or clock is fast, it is showing a time that is later than the real time. That clock's an hour fast
fast
{i} act of abstaining from eating; period during which one abstains from eating
fast
Fast is a spiritual discipline by which food is voluntarily given up for a defined period of time The practice, although common to almost all religions, was strengthened for Christians by the reference to Christ fasting for 40 days and 40 nights in the desert (Matt 4) [Chapter 8] [Chapter 9]
fast
Tenacious; retentive
fast
unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause; "a firm ally"; "loyal supporters"; "the true-hearted soldier of Tippecanoe"- Campaign song for William Henry Harrison; "fast friends"
fast
In different sections of the country the meaning is the opposite In one area (A) it means a lane that allows a ball to hook easily, while in another area (B) it means a lane that holds down the hook
fast
Secured (said of a rope or line) so as to be unable to shift
fast
Faceted Application of Subject Terminology
fast
as to make possible unusual rapidity of play or action; as, a fast racket, or tennis court; a fast track; a fast billiard table, etc
fast
(of surfaces) conducive to rapid speeds; "a fast road"; "grass courts are faster than clay"
fast
Permanent; not liable to fade by exposure to air or by washing; durable; lasting; as, fast colors
fast
To play fast is to play aggressively
fast
the act or practice of abstaining from or eating very little food
fast
Flow Analysis Software Toolkit A software environment created at NASA Ames Research Center For visualizing data, particularly flow solutions
fast
You use fast to say that something happens without any delay. When you've got a crisis like this you need professional help -- fast! We'd appreciate your leaving as fast as possible. = soon, swiftly Fast is also an adjective. That would be an astonishingly fast action on the part of the Congress. = swift
fast
The Federation Against Software Theft
fast
That which fastens or holds; especially, Naut
fast
is a deliberate abstention from certain or all food When it is used in the context of political and moral protest it is directed toward raising awareness and changing behavior of others and those in power
fast
at a rapid tempo; "the band played a fast fox trot"
fast
United States and Canadian Free and Secure Trade Designed to expedite processing specifically at the U S land border with Canada, for companies that provide enhanced security in their supply chains
fast
In a fast or rapid manner; quickly; swiftly; extravagantly; wildly; as, to run fast; to live fast
fast
Firm in adherence; steadfast; not easily separated or alienated; faithful; as, a fast friend
fast
Deliberate abstention from certain or all food When applied in a social or political conflict, it may be combined with a moral appeal seeking to change attitudes It may also be intended simply to force the opponent to grant certain objections, in which case it is called a hunger strike
fast
A time of fasting, whether a day, week, or longer time; a period of abstinence from food or certain kinds of food; as, an annual fast
fast
securely fixed in place; "the post was still firm after being hit by the car"
fast
A DTSS simulator, with command conventions made more like Multics DFAST was a more strict simulation of the Dartmouth system Both used the same BASIC compiler
fast
To abstain from food; to omit to take nourishment in whole or in part; to go hungry
fast
Someone who is fast asleep is completely asleep. When he went upstairs five minutes later, she was fast asleep
fast
Fast means happening, moving, or doing something at great speed. You also use fast in questions or statements about speed. fast cars with flashing lights and sirens Brindley was known as a very, very fast driver The party aims to attract votes from the business and professional communities, which want a faster pace of political reform The only question is how fast the process will be. = quick slow Fast is also an adverb. They work terrifically fast It would be nice to go faster and break the world record Barnes also knows that he is fast running out of time How fast were you driving? How fast would the disease develop? = quickly slowly
fast
a mooring rope, hawser, or chain; - - called, according to its position, a bow, head, quarter, breast, or stern fast; also, a post on a pier around which hawsers are passed in mooring
fast
– Flight Aptitude Screening Test
fast
To abstain from certain or all food and drink (except water) for a period of time for the purpose of physical detoxification and rejuvenation
fast
To practice abstinence as a religious exercise or duty; to abstain from food voluntarily for a time, for the mortification of the body or appetites, or as a token of grief, or humiliation and penitence
fast
Firefighter Assisted Search Team Manpower squad made up of members of various local fire departments, used mainly in the Hudson Valley area
fast
resistant to destruction or fading; "fast colors"
fast
Voluntary abstinence from food, for a space of time, as a spiritual discipline, or as a token of religious humiliation
fast
firmly fastened or secured against opening; "windows and doors were all fast"; "a locked closet"; "left the house properly secured"
fast
Said of an object that is secured to another
fast
this term refers to the amount of effort When I refer to fast swimming I am talking about 100% effort This term is usually refereed to when doing a Lactate Tolerance workout Check your pulse, it is the only real way to check you effort
fast
If you hold fast to a principle or idea, or if you stand fast, you do not change your mind about it, even though people are trying to persuade you to. We can only try to hold fast to the age-old values of honesty, decency and concern for others He told supporters to stand fast over the next few vital days. = firm
fast
In a fast, fixed, or firmly established manner; fixedly; firmly; immovably
fast
If colours or dyes are fast, they do not come out of the fabrics they are used on when they get wet. The fabric was ironed to make the colours fast
fast
To play fast is to play aggressively The opposite of playing slow See also speeding
fast
(used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time; "my watch is fast"
fast
If you fast, you eat no food for a period of time, usually for either religious or medical reasons, or as a protest. I fasted for a day and half and asked God to help me. Fast is also a noun. The fast is broken at sunset, traditionally with dates and water. + fasting fast·ing the Muslim holy month of fasting and prayer
fast
a train that calls at only some stations it passes between its origin and destination, typically just the principal stations
fast
Given to pleasure seeking; disregardful of restraint; reckless; wild; dissipated; dissolute; as, a fast man; a fast liver
fast
As in "play fast " To play a hand aggressively, betting and raising as much as possible Example: "When you flop a set but there's a flush draw possible, you have to play it fast "
fast
{s} rapid; hurried; fixed, secure; strong; stable; hedonistic, uninhibited
fast
Giving an impression of extremely rapid reaction time, which allows a reproducing system to "keep up with" the signal fed to it
fast
unrestrained by convention or morality; "Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"; "deplorably dissipated and degraded"; "riotous living"; "fast women"
fast
quickly or rapidly (often used as a combining form); "how fast can he get here?"; "ran as fast as he could"; "needs medical help fast"; "fast-running rivers"; "fast-breaking news"; "fast-opening (or fast-closing) shutters"
fast
abstaining from food abstain from eating; "Before the medical exam, you must fast" abstain from certain foods, as for religious or medical reasons; "Catholics sometimes fast during Lent" acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly; "fast film"; "on the fast track in school"; "set a fast pace"; "a fast car" at a rapid tempo; "the band played a fast fox trot" (used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time; "my watch is fast" securely fixed in place; "the post was still firm after being hit by the car" resistant to destruction or fading; "fast colors" (of surfaces) conducive to rapid speeds; "a fast road"; "grass courts are faster than clay" quickly or rapidly (often used as a combining form); "how fast can he get here?"; "ran as fast as he could"; "needs medical help fast"; "fast-running rivers"; "fast-breaking news"; "fast-opening (or fast-closing) shutters" firmly or tightly; "held fast to the rope"; "her foot was stuck fast"; "held tight
fast
abstain from certain foods, as for religious or medical reasons; "Catholics sometimes fast during Lent"
fast
{f} abstain from eating
fast
abstaining from food
fast
abstain from eating; "Before the medical exam, you must fast"
fast
Used to describe film having great enough sensitivity to light that it can form usable images at low or very low light levels Can also apply to processing and optical components See Speed
fast
Abstinence from food; omission to take nourishment
fasting

    Türkische aussprache

    fästîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈfastəɴɢ/ /ˈfæstɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    (intransitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English fæstan.

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