fragile

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} narin

Onun kağıt uçağı narindi. - His paper plane was fragile.

Bu karton kutular narindir. - These cardboard boxes are fragile.

{s} kırılgan

Onların yaptığı model uçak kırılgandı. - The model plane they built was fragile.

Bunlar çok kırılgandırlar. - These are very fragile.

{s} kırılabilir

Kırılabilir bu parçalar bütün risklere karşı sigortalanmalıdır. - These fragile items must be insured against all risks.

{s} kolay kırılır
{s} ince
{s} çıtkırıldım
nazik
{s} alıngan
{s} gevrek
kolayca kırılır
kolay kırılan
malzeme
kırılır
fragility
kırılganlık
fragile articles
kırılabilen eşya
fragility
kolay kırılırlık
fragility
{i} narinlik
fragility
kolay kırılma
fragility
gevreklik
fragilely
kırılgan bir şekilde
are these figures very fragile
bu figürler kırılgan mı
fragilely
narin bir halde
fragility
(Tıp) Kolay kırılma, frajilite
fragility
naziklik/kırılganlık
fragility
{i} incelik
fragility
{i} naziklik
it's fragile
kırılabilir
Englisch - Englisch
easily broken or destroyed, and thus often of subtle or intricate structure

He is a very fragile person and gets easily depressed.

capable of being broken
easily broken
{a} brittle, short, weak, frail
Easily breakable Term denoting that goods should be handled with care
Easily broken; brittle; frail; delicate; easily destroyed
{s} easily broken, flimsy; frail, weak, feeble
easily broken or destroyed
something which is easily broken
Unbroken skin which appers thin, delicate and liable to be damaged
vulnerably delicate; "she has the fragile beauty of youth"
If you describe a situation as fragile, you mean that it is weak or uncertain, and unlikely to be able to resist strong pressure or attack. The fragile economies of several southern African nations could be irreparably damaged His overall condition remained fragile. = unstable + fragility fra·gil·ity By mid-1988 there were clear indications of the extreme fragility of the Right-wing coalition
Something that is fragile is easily broken or damaged. He leaned back in his fragile chair. sturdy + fragility fra·gil·ity Older drivers are more likely to be seriously injured because of the fragility of their bones
easily broken or damaged or destroyed; "a kite too delicate to fly safely"; "fragile porcelain plates"; "fragile old bones"; "a frail craft"
vulnerably delicate; "she has the fragile beauty of youth
lacking solidity or strength; "a flimsy table"; "flimsy construction"; "a fragile link with the past"
brittle
glass
breakable
fragile X
Fragile X syndrome
fragile X syndrome
A particular, genetic syndrome, caused by the excessive repetition of a particular trinucleotide
fragile X syndrome
An inherited disorder caused by a defective gene on the X-chromosome and causing mental retardation, enlarged testes, and facial abnormalities in males and mild or no effects in heterozygous females. It is the most common inherited cause of mental retardation
fragility
Liability to error and sin; frailty
fragility
The condition or quality of being fragile; brittleness; frangibility
fragility
{n} brittleness, weakness, frailty, defect
fragility
A quality or state of being expressing susceptibility to ill health or harm; the relative ability of resources to tolerate sustained use without degradation of the resource base (i e , lowering productivity or desirable resource quality) "Fragility" applies to those resource types or locations that are more or less susceptible to degradation under the presence of whatever use categories have been considered in the evaluation process For example, areas of vegetation-covered sand dunes may be characterized as being "environmentally fragile" for off-road vehicle uses, whereas beaches or un-vegetated dunes may be said to be "environmentally durable" for the same uses
fragility
quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
fragility
lack of physical strength quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
fragility
{i} breakableness; brittleness; weakness, flimsiness; delicacy
fragility
The maximum load an equipment can stand before failure (malfunction, irreversible loss of performance or structural damage) occurs
fragility
Weakness; feebleness
fragility
lack of physical strength
fragility
measures how robust the technology is outside the lab
fragile
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