intestine

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Englisch - Türkisch
bağırsak

Kalın bağırsak suyu emer. - The large intestine absorbs water.

İnce bağırsak yaklaşık yedi metre uzunluğundadır. - The small intestine is about seven meters long.

(Tıp) intestin
(Tıp) ince bağırsak

İnce bağırsak yaklaşık yedi metre uzunluğundadır. - The small intestine is about seven meters long.

İnce bağırsak üç bölümden oluşmaktadır. - The small intestine consists of three parts.

{i}
Iarge intestine kalın bağırsak
(Tıp) Barsak, intestinum
small intestine ince bağırsak
(Biyoloji) barsak
intestinal bağırsaklara ait
i., anat. bağırsak
memleket içinde vuku bulan
dahili
{i} ülke içi
intestine war
iç savaş
intestines
bağırsak
intestines
ahşa
intestines
large intestine
kalınbağırsak
small intestine
incebağırsak
intestines
bağırsaklar
lymphoid organ in the intestine
lenfoid organ bağırsak
vein serving the large intestine
ven hizmet kalın bağırsak
ascending large intestine
(Anatomi) çıkan kalın bağırsak
intestines
(isim) bağırsaklar
large intestine
kalın bağırsak
small intestine
ince bağırsak
Englisch - Englisch
The alimentary canal of an animal through which food passes after having passed all stomachs
Internal, domestic, especially in relation to a country or region

Yet the success of Trajan, however transient, was rapid and specious. The degenerate Parthians, broken by intestine discord, fled before his arms.

One of certain subdivisions of this part of the alimentary canal, such as the small or large intestine in human beings
that part of the digestive tube below or behind the stomach, extending to the anus
The bowels; entrails; viscera
{s} internal (especially as pertaining to the inner affairs of a country)
Internal with regard to a state or country; domestic; not foreign; applied usually to that which is evil; as, intestine disorders, calamities, etc
Latin intestinum = the digestive tube beyond the stomach
in-test-in Small intestine is anorgan used to digest and absorb food Large intestine removes water from unwanted food
{i} one of two canals in the lower abdomen in which food is digested
of Digestive apparatus
digestive organs found in the abdomen, also known as either the large or small bowel The small intestine removes nutrients from food to be used for energy, while the large intestine absorbs water from the digested food and processes it into stool
Depending upon the internal constitution of a body or entity; subjective
the digestive tube that passes from the stomach to the anus; the small intestine (bowel) consists of the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum; the large intestine (bowel) consists of the cecum (with attached appendix), colon (ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid) and rectum
the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
Internal; inward; opposed to external
Your intestines are the tubes in your body through which food passes when it has left your stomach. This area is always tender to the touch if the intestines are not functioning properly
"It is intestine people that we find out what they are capable of "
That part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
Of or pertaining to the intestine
Shut up; inclosed
{i} enteron
bowel
large intestine
The second to last part of the digestive system, comprising the cecum and colon
large-intestine
Attributive form of large intestine

large-intestine contents.

small intestine
The upper part of the intestine, between the stomach and the large intestine, divided into the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum
ıntestine
{a} internal, inward, secret, domestic
intestines
plural of intestine
intestines
{i} system of internal canals in the lower abdomen in which food is digested
large intestine
Also called the colon The lower portion of the digestive tract, whose role is the absorption of water, and forming and expelling of waste from the body
large intestine
The portion of the intestine that extends from the ileum to the anus, forming an arch around the convolutions of the small intestine and including the cecum, colon, rectum, and anal canal. the lower part of your bowels, where food is changed into solid waste matter small intestine. End section of the intestine. It is about 5 ft (1.5 m) long, is wider than the small intestine, and has a smooth inner wall. In the first half, enzymes from the small intestine complete digestion, and bacteria produce many B vitamins and vitamin K. Over 24-30 hours, churning movements break down tough cellulose fibres and expose chyme to the colon's walls, which absorb water and electrolytes; absorption is its main function, along with storing fecal matter for expulsion. The more vigorous "mass movement" (gastrocolic reflex) occurs only two or three times a day to propel waste material toward the anal canal. Common afflictions include ulcerative colitis, diverticulosis (see diverticulum), polyps, and tumours
large intestine
beginning with the cecum and ending with the rectum; includes the cecum and the colon and the rectum; extracts moisture from food residues which are later excreted as feces
large intestine
The large intestine consists of the cecum, vermiform appendix, colon, and rectum Its primary role is the excretion of non-absorbed material passed from the small intestine, and water absorption
large intestine
section of the alimentary canal which ends at the rectum (Anatomy)
small intestine
the longest part of the alimentary canal; where digestion is completed
small intestine
The narrow, winding, upper part of the intestine where digestion is completed and nutrients are absorbed by the blood. It extends from the pylorus to the cecum and consists of the duodenum, the jejunum, and the ileum. the long tube that food goes through after it has gone through your stomach large intestine. Long, narrow, convoluted tube in which most digestion takes place. It extends 22-25 ft (6.7-7.6 m), from the stomach to the large intestine. The mesentery, a membrane structure, supports it and contains its blood supply, lymphatics, and insulating fat. The autonomic nervous system supplies it with parasympathetic nerves that initiate peristalsis and sympathetic nerves that suppress it. It is lined with minute fingerlike projections (villi) that greatly increase its surface area for enzyme secretion and food absorption. Its three sections, the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum, have distinct characteristics. Food takes three to six hours to pass through the small intestine unless a disorder such as gastroenteritis, diverticulosis, or obstruction impedes it
small intestine
the section of the digestive tract between the stomach and the large intestine Most of digestion occurs here as nutrients are absorbed from food
small intestine
part of the digestive tract comprised of the duodenum jejunum and ileum, primary organ for absorbing digested nutrients into the body
small intestine
The small intestine is divided into the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum It is here that most of the processes of digestion and absorption of food take place
small intestine
n The part of the intestine (consisting of sections called the duodenum, jejunum and ileum) that lies between the stomach and colon It secretes digestive enzymes and is the chief site of the absorption of digested nutrients The total length of the small intestine is approximately 22 feet
small intestine
The part of the digestive tract that extends from the stomach to the large intestine The small intestine includes the duodenum (closest to the stomach), the jejunum, and the ileum (closest to the large intestine)
small intestine
The part of the digestive tract where food passes from the stomach and is broken down into nutrients that the body can absorb and use
intestine

    Silbentrennung

    in·tes·tine

    Türkische aussprache

    întestın

    Synonyme

    bowel, gut

    Aussprache

    /ənˈtestən/ /ɪnˈtɛstən/

    Etymologie

    [ in-'tes-t&n ] (adjective.) 15th century. From Latin intestīnum, neuter of intestīnus (“internal”), as Etymology 2, below.

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