lifelessly

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Englisch - Türkisch
cansız bir şekilde
durgun bir şekilde
soluk bir halde
life
yaşam

Kısa sürede yaşam tarzına alıştı. - She soon adjusted to his way of life.

Yaşam olduğu sürece umut da olacaktır. - While there is life, there is hope.

life
hayat

GDO'lu ürünler insan hayatı için tehlikelidir. - Products with GMO are dangerous to human life.

Hayat kesin bir bilim değildir, bir sanattır. - Life is not an exact science, it is an art.

Life
(isim) ömür

Bilirsin çok şanslısın! Böyle bir şey bir ömür boyu sadece bir kez olur. - You're very lucky you know! A such thing happen only once in a lifetime.

Sana uzun bir ömür verebilirim. - I can give you a long life.

lifeless
{s} cansız

Fadıl, Dania'nın cansız bedenini bir göle attı. - Fadil dumped Dania's lifeless body in a lake.

Hayvanlar cansız nesneler değildir. - Animals are not lifeless objects.

life
life annuity kişiye yaşadığı sürece bağlanmış olan gelir
life
şahsen
life
dirlik
life
zindelik
life
eskime süresi
life
süre

Yaşam olduğu sürece umut da olacaktır. - While there is life, there is hope.

Kısa sürede yaşam tarzına alıştı. - She soon adjusted to his way of life.

life
dirim
life
vade

Pek çok dinler ölümden sonra hayat vadediyor. - Very many religions promise life after death.

life
yaşam süresi

Japonya'da ortalama yaşam süresi nedir? - What is the average life span in Japan?

Bir kelebeğin ortalama yaşam süresi ne kadar? - What's the average lifespan of a butterfly?

life
cankurtaran

Cankurtaran henüz görevde olmamasına rağmen yüzmeye gitmeye teşvik edildim. - I was tempted to go swimming even though the lifeguard was not yet on duty.

Kumsalda cankurtaran yok. - There isn't a life guard at the beach.

life
dayanırlık
life
yaşantı

Bana günlük yaşantından bahset. - Tell me about your daily life.

Bugünlerde gittikçe daha fazla insan kır yaşantısını şehir yaşantısına tercih ediyorlar. - Nowadays more and more people prefer country life to city life.

life
varlık

Varlıklı bir bayan olarak Leyla'nın yaşamı bir seraptı. - Layla's life as a wealthy lady was a mirage.

lifeless
donuk
lifeless
soluk
life
can katan kimse ya da şey
life
canlılık

Sağlık ve canlılık uzun hayat için gereklidir. - Health and vitality are important for long life.

life
kişi

Hayatta neyin en önemli olduğu kişiden kişiye değişir. - What is most important in life differs from person to person.

Hayatta derece yapmak için hepimiz çok çalışırız fakat sadece birkaç kişi başarır. - We all try hard to make the grade in life, but only a few succeed.

life
durmuş
life
hareket

Tom, anti-nükleer enerji hareketine hayatını adadı. - Tom has devoted his life to the anti-nuclear-energy movement.

Sami hayatını kurtarmak için harekete geçmek zorundaydı. - Sami had to act to save his life.

lifeless
ruhsuz
lifeless
ölü
lifeless
ölgün
Life
{i} can

Tom ve ben can kurtaranız. - Tom and I are lifeguards.

Onlar şehir hayatına can atıyorlar. - They are longing for city life.

life
yaşamı
life
hayattan
Life
{i} canlı

Neredeyse her canlının en içgüdüsel davranışı küçüklerini korumaktır, ve insanlarda bu müdahale hayat boyu sürer. - The most instinctive act of nearly every creature is to protect its young, and with humans, this response persists for a lifetime.

Gezegenimizdeki canlıların çeşitliliğine hayranım. - I just admire the diversity of life on our planet.

life
ebedi hayat

Bazı insanlar ölümden sonra ebedi hayata inanıyorlar. - Some people believe in eternal life after death.

life
ruhani hayat
life
{i} (çoğ. lives)
life
{i} yaşam tarzı

Bu Amerikan yaşam tarzıdır. - This is the American way of life.

Kısa sürede yaşam tarzına alıştı. - She soon adjusted to his way of life.

life
(Tıp) Hayat, vita
life
ilah
life
dayanma müddeti
life
yaşama tarzı
life
hayat merkezi
lifeless
{s} sönük
lifeless
{s} durgun
lifeless
lifelesslycansızca
lifeless
camit
lifeless
lifelessnesscansızlık
Englisch - Englisch
Without life or appearing to be without life
{a} without spirits, dully, heavily
without animation or vitality; "lifelessly he performed the song
in a lifeless manner; "the girl lay in her arms lifelessly"
without life, in a lifeless manner
Life
God
life
A biography

His life of the founder is finished, except for the title.

life
The state that follows birth, and precedes death
life
The most worthwhile component or participant

And he is the life of the party at the Musgroves for precisely this reason: the navy has made him into a great storyteller.

life
A status given to any entity including animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, etc. — and sometimes viruses — having the properties of replication and metabolism
life
A worthwhile existence

He gets up early in the morning, works all day long — even on weekends — and hardly sees his family. That's no life!.

life
A life sentence; a term of imprisonment of a convict until his or her death
life
The essence of the manifestation and the foundation of the being

...I realize as never before how cheap and valueless a thing is life. Life seems a joke, a cruel, grim joke. You are a laughable incident or a terrifying one as you happen to be less powerful or more powerful than some other form of life which crosses your path; but as a rule you are of no moment whatsoever to anything but yourself. You are a comic little figure, hopping from the cradle to the grave. Yes, that is our trouble--we take ourselves too seriously; but Caprona should be a sure cure for that. She paused and laughed.

life
The period of time during which an object is recognizable

The life of this milk carton may be thousands of years in this landfill.

life
One of the player's chances to play, lost when a mistake is made

Scoring 1000 points is rewarded with an extra life.

life
Something which is inherently part of a person's existence, such as job, family, a loved one, etc

She's my love, my life.

lifeless
uninhabited, or incapable of supporting life
lifeless
dull or lacking vitality
lifeless
dead; having lost life
life
{n} animation, the state of an organized being while its functions are performed, whether animals or plants, the present state of existence, manner of living, energy, exact likeness, narrative of ones life
lifeless
{a} dead, void of spirit, inactive, dull, heavy
life
biological activity
Life
nelly
Life
{i} monthly American magazine that specializes in photojournalism
life
Something which is inherently part of a persons existence, such as their job, their family, their loved one, etc
life
Someone's life is the period of time during which they are alive. He spent the last fourteen years of his life in retirement For the first time in his life he regretted that he had no faith
life
approval If you refer to someone as the life and soul of the party, you mean that they are very lively and entertaining on social occasions, and are good at mixing with people. In American English, you usually say that they are the life of the party
life
days

I am thy father’s spirit; doom’d for a certain term to walk the night, and, for the day, confin’d to waste in fires till the foul crimes done in my days of nature are burnt and purg’d away. - I am your father's spirit, doomed for a certain time to walk the night, and during the day I am confined to burn in fires, until the evil crimes I had done in my life are burnt and purged away.

life
the organic phenomenon that distinguishes living organisms from nonliving ones; "there is no life on the moon"
life
The life of something such as a machine, organization, or project is the period of time that it lasts for. The repairs did not increase the value or the life of the equipment
life
Australia's first information service on the world wide web Primarily focuses on biology and the environment
life
Figuratively: The potential or animating principle, also, the period of duration, of anything that is conceived of as resembling a natural organism in structure or functions; as, the life of a state, a machine, or a book; authority is the life of government
life
If you say that someone is fighting for their life, you mean that they are in a very serious condition and may die as a result of an accident or illness. He was in a critical condition, fighting for his life in hospital
life
Life is a recent addition to the pantheon of characters He was created for two reasons 1) to be a foil to Death and 2) to help facilitate the creation of new characters Life's first creation was the third High Priestess who was crafted out of clay ala Prometheus Life was not based on anyone Life wears gold armor and laurels as a sign of his power and majesty He has a horizontal stripe of face paint which was inspired Adam Ant
life
the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death); "the battery had a short life"; "he lived a long and happy life"
life
-See Structured society
life
You can use life to refer to a period of someone's life when they are in a particular situation or job. Interior designers spend their working lives keeping up to date with the latest trends That was the beginning of my life in the television business
life
Programme for innovative work to implement and test EU environment policy
life
You can use life to refer to the events and experiences that happen to people while they are alive. Life won't be dull! It's the people with insecurities who make life difficult
life
living things collectively; "the oceans are teeming with life"
life
emphasis You can use in all my life or in my life to emphasize that you have never previously experienced something to such a degree. I have never been so scared in all my life
life
The condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic objects and dead organisms, being manifested by growth through metabolism, reproduction and the POWER OF ADAPTATION to environment through changes ORIGINATING INTERNALLY
life
the course of existence of an individual; the actions and events that occur in living; "he hoped for a new life in Australia"; "he wanted to live his own life without interference from others"
life
The state of being which begins with generation, birth, or germination, and ends with death; also, the time during which this state continues; that state of an animal or plant in which all or any of its organs are capable of performing all or any of their functions; - - used of all animal and vegetable organisms
life
the period from the present until death; "he appointed himself emperor for life
life
the experience of living; the course of human events and activities; "he could no longer cope with the complexities of life"
life
The activities one's 'sposed to be performing when one's actually spending time staring at a monitor and altering code instead
life
a status given to any entity including animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, etc. - and sometimes viruses - having the properties of replication and metabolism
life
An essential constituent of life, esp
life
1 Economic: that period of time after which a machine or facility should be discarded or replaced because of its excessive costs or reduced profitability The economic impairment may be absolute or relative 2 Physical: that period of time after which a machine or facility can no longer be repaired in order to perform its design function properly 3 Service: the period of time that a machine or facility will satisfactorily perform its function without major overhaul
life
Life is the quality which people, animals, and plants have when they are not dead, and which objects and substances do not have. a baby's first minutes of life Amnesty International opposes the death penalty as a violation of the right to life. the earth's supply of life-giving oxygen
life
on life, still alive ; e g , only child on life, sole surviving child
life
living things collectively; "the oceans are teeming with life" the experience of living; the course of human events and activities; "he could no longer cope with the complexities of life" a motive for living; "pottery was his life" a living person; "his heroism saved a life" the organic phenomenon that distinguishes living organisms from nonliving ones; "there is no life on the moon" the course of existence of an individual; the actions and events that occur in living; "he hoped for a new life in Australia"; "he wanted to live his own life without interference from others" a characteristic state or mode of living; "social life"; "city life"; "real life" the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death); "the battery had a short life"; "he lived a long and happy life" the period between birth and the present time; "I have known him all his life" the period from the present until death; "he appointed himself emperor for life
life
n - Number of years or periods over which an alternative or asset will be used; the evaluation time (1 7)
life
The living or actual form, person, thing, or state; as, a picture or a description from the life
life
Something dear to one as one's existence; a darling; used as a term of endearment
life
The Spirit of God as it is revealed through His Creation
life
the period from the present until death; "he appointed himself emperor for life"
life
a motive for living; "pottery was his life"
life
A term of imprisonment of a convict until his or her death. More formally called a life sentence
life
a prison term lasting as long as the prisoner lives; "he got life for killing the guard"
life
The recommended safe duration (in hours or measurable wear on the component) of any part on an aircraft This length of time is determined by either fatigue or the operational wear on the part
life
Animation; spirit; vivacity; vigor; energy
life
If you refer to someone's life, you mean their state of being alive, especially when there is a risk or danger of them dying. Your life is in danger A nurse began to try to save his life The intense fighting is reported to have claimed many lives
life
A certain way or manner of living with respect to conditions, circumstances, character, conduct, occupation, etc
life
If someone takes another person's life, they kill them. If someone takes their own life, they kill themselves. Before execution, he admitted to taking the lives of at least 35 more women He helped his first wife take her life when she was dying of cancer
life
The potential principle, or force, by which the organs of animals and plants are started and continued in the performance of their several and coöperative functions; the vital force, whether regarded as physical or spiritual
life
If you say that someone or something is larger than life, you mean that they appear or behave in a way that seems more exaggerated or important than usual. not that we should expect all good publishers to be larger than life Throughout his career he's always been a larger than life character
life
emphasis If you say that someone does something for dear life or for their life, you mean that they do it using all their strength and effort because they are in a dangerous or urgent situation. I made for the life raft and hung on for dear life
life
Interest:            A life interest in an estate or interest in an asset under a will or in a trust given to a person (the life tenant) for the period of his own life or during the lifetime of another person
life
"Life" of individual rolling bearing is the number of revolutions (or hours at some given constant speed) which bearing runs before first evidence of fatigue develops in the material of either ring or washer or any of rolling elements
life
The lifetime or extent of an object is the time for which the object is live
life
The state that precedes death and follows birth or conception
life
If something starts life or begins life as a particular thing, it is that thing when it first starts to exist. Herr's book started life as a dramatic screenplay
life
1 The force of will which strives to coalesce a dynamic organism from inanimate matter 2 A force which demonstrates a purposeful intentionality to feed, process matter into energy, grow, and reproduce
life
our existence; the state of being
life
hence, human affairs; also, lives, considered collectively, as a distinct class or type; as, low life; a good or evil life; the life of Indians, or of miners
life
{s} of life; lifelong
life
You can use life to refer to the things that people do and experience that are characteristic of a particular place, group, or activity. How did you adjust to college life? the culture and life of north Africa
life
Enjoyment in the right use of the powers; especially, a spiritual existence; happiness in the favor of God; heavenly felicity
life
If someone lays down their life for another person, they die so that the other person can live. Man can have no greater love than to lay down his life for his friends
life
That which imparts or excites spirit or vigor; that upon which enjoyment or success depends; as, he was the life of the company, or of the enterprise
life
You can use life to refer to particular activities which people regularly do during their lives. My personal life has had to take second place to my career Most diabetics have a normal sex life
life
The span of time during which an object operates
life
a matter of life and death: see death a new lease of life: see lease to have the time of your life: see time true to life: see true see also fact of life, kiss of life. a US magazine that is known for having many photographs. U.S. picture magazine published weekly in New York City from 1936 to 1972 and in special editions thereafter. One of the most popular and widely imitated of U.S. magazines, it was founded by Henry R. Luce and quickly became a cornerstone of Time-Life Publications. From the start it emphasized photography, with gripping, superbly chosen news photographs, photographic features, and photo-essays by the best photographers; gradually more writing was added. Its war coverage particularly that of World War II was notably vivid, authentic, and moving. Life ceased publication largely because its costs outstripped revenues. It reappeared in special issues and then, from 1978 to 2000, as a monthly. State characterized by the ability to metabolize nutrients (process materials for energy and tissue building), grow, reproduce, and respond and adapt to environmental stimuli. Fossil evidence suggests that earth's first living organisms, bacteria and cyanobacteria, arose about 3.5 billion years ago. All known life-forms possess either DNA or RNA. Viruses, which possess DNA and RNA, cannot reproduce without a host cell and do not metabolize nutrients, and it is uncertain whether they should be classified as living or nonliving. Scientists disagree on the likelihood of extraterrestrial life. See also Drake equation. half life life insurance life span mean life still life painting
life
Interest:            A life interest in an estate or interest in an asset under a will or in a trust given to a person (the life tenant) for the period of his own life or during the lifetime of another person
life
You can use life to refer to things or groups of things which are alive. Is there life on Mars? The book includes some useful facts about animal and plant life
life
the essence of God, its own revelation
life
3/98Academic language for Logic, Functions, Equations, 1993
life
If someone risks life and limb, they do something very dangerous that may cause them to die or be seriously injured. Viewers will remember the dashing hero, Dirk, risking life and limb to rescue Daphne from the dragons
life
the condition of living or the state of being alive; "while there's life there's hope"; "life depends on many chemical and physical processes"
life
Genus: A process Differentia: Self-sustaining and self-generated action
life
a characteristic state or mode of living; "social life"; "city life"; "real life"
life
Functional period within which no maintenance, adjustment or repair is to be reasonably expected
life
(of a Parliament) the period of time from the first meeting of a House of Representatives to the dissolution (breaking up) or expiry of the House
life
A history of the acts and events of a life; a biography; as, Johnson wrote the life of Milton
life
The system of animal nature; animals in general, or considered collectively
life
If someone is sentenced to life, they are sentenced to stay in prison for the rest of their life or for a very long time. He could get life in prison, if convicted
life
You can use expressions such as to come to life, to spring to life, and to roar into life to indicate that a machine or vehicle suddenly starts working or moving. To his great relief the engine came to life In the garden of the Savoy Hotel the sprinklers suddenly burst into life
life
The number of years estimated to be the useful period of the asset, as determined by governmental or other appraisal documents (See Exhibit Q, Class Codes )
life
approval A person, place, book, or film that is full of life gives an impression of excitement, energy, or cheerfulness. The town itself was full of life and character
life
The world in general; existence
life
If you know a lot about life, you have gained many varied experiences, for example by travelling a lot and meeting different kinds of people. I was 19 and too young to know much about life I needed some time off from education to experience life
life
If something or someone comes to life, they become active. The volcano came to life a week ago
life
Lifesaving Information For Emergencies - a tone activated, voice paging system used by San Diego County to distribute emergency information
life
For life means for the rest of a person's life. He was jailed for life in 1966 for the murder of three policemen She may have been scarred for life
life
A person; a living being, usually a human being; as, many lives were sacrificed
life
the blood
life
A game invented by John Conway, it uses cellular automata to evolve lifelike patterns It is also a universal computer and can in theory execute any program imaginable, given a large enough pattern
life
If you bring something to life or if it comes to life, it becomes interesting or exciting. The cold, hard cruelty of two young men is vividly brought to life in this true story Poems which had seemed dull and boring suddenly came to life
life
{i} state of being alive (manifested by growth, reproduction, etc.); living organism, something which is alive; life span; time during which something exists or functions; lifestyle; energy; activity; biography; life sentence to prison (Slang)
life
the subjective and inner manifestation of the individual
life
disapproval If you tell someone to get a life, you are expressing frustration with them because their life seems boring or they seem to care too much about unimportant things
life
expectancy the average age to which a person, at the time of his or her birth
life
n 1 A cellular-automata game invented by John Horton Conway and first introduced publicly by Martin Gardner (`Scientific American', October 1970); the game's popularity had to wait a few years for computers on which it could reasonably be played, as it's no fun to simulate the cells by hand Many hackers pass through a stage of fascination with it, and hackers at various places contributed heavily to the mathematical analysis of this game (most notably Bill Gosper at MIT, who even implemented life in {TECO}!; see {Gosperism}) When a hacker mentions `life', he is much more likely to mean this game than the magazine, the breakfast cereal, or the human state of existence 2 The opposite of {USENET} As in {Get a life!}
life
Of human beings: The union of the soul and body; also, the duration of their union; sometimes, the deathless quality or existence of the soul; as, man is a creature having an immortal life
life
animation and energy in action or expression; "it was a heavy play and the actors tried in vain to give life to it"
life
an account of the series of events making up a person's life
life
a living person; "his heroism saved a life"
life
the period between birth and the present time; "I have known him all his life"
lifeless
deprived of life; no longer living; "a lifeless body"
lifeless
deprived of life; no longer living; "a lifeless body" not having the capacity to support life; "a lifeless planet" destitute or having been emptied of life or living beings; "after the dance the littered and lifeless ballroom echoed hollowly
lifeless
lacking animation or excitement or activity; "the party being dead we left early"; "it was a lifeless party until she arrived"
lifeless
disapproval If you describe a person, or something such as an artistic performance or a town as lifeless, you mean they lack any lively or exciting qualities. a lifeless portrait of an elderly woman
lifeless
not having the capacity to support life; "a lifeless planet"
lifeless
destitute or having been emptied of life or living beings; "after the dance the littered and lifeless ballroom echoed hollowly
lifeless
departed
lifeless
Destitute of life, or deprived of life; not containing, or inhabited by, living beings or vegetation; dead, or apparently dead; spiritless; powerless; dull; as, a lifeless carcass; lifeless matter; a lifeless desert; a lifeless wine; a lifeless story
lifeless
A lifeless place or area does not have anything living or growing there at all. Dry stone walls may appear stark and lifeless, but they provide a valuable habitat for plants and animals
lifeless
destitute or having been emptied of life or living beings; "after the dance the littered and lifeless ballroom echoed hollowly"
lifeless
If a person or animal is lifeless, they are dead, or are so still that they appear to be dead. Their cold-blooded killers had then dragged their lifeless bodies upstairs to the bathroom
lifeless
inanimate; having no life
lifeless
{s} dead, lacking life; unconscious; limp
lifeless
If you describe an object or a machine as lifeless, you mean that they are not living things, even though they may resemble living things. It was made of plaster, hard and white and lifeless, bearing no resemblance to human flesh
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