nerveless

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Englisch - Türkisch
tesirsiz (söz)
cansız
dermansız
etkisiz
güçsüz
zayıf
tesirsiz sinirsiz
{s} sinirsiz
sakin/cesaretsiz
serinkanlı
{s} sakin
korkak
nerve
{i} sinir

On iki çift kranial sinir vardır. - There are twelve pairs of cranial nerves.

Dışarıdaki gürültü sinirime dokunduğu için canım çalışmak istemedi. - I didn't feel like studying because the noise outside was getting on my nerves.

nerve
(Tıp) Sinir, veter, asap, nervus
nerve
{i} asap
nerve
{i} cüret

Tom onu tekrar yapmaya cüret etmedi. - Tom didn't have the nerve to do it again.

Beni görmezden gelmeye cüret etmelisin. - You must have some nerve to ignore _me_.

nerve
{i} cesaret

Ken'in onu tekrar denemek için cesareti yoktu. - Ken didn't have the nerve to try it again.

Tom Mary'yi öpmek istedi fakat denemek için cesareti yoktu. - Tom wanted to kiss Mary, but he didn't have the nerve to try.

nerve
soğukkanlılık
nerve
(Tıp) nerf
nerve
cesaretlendirmek
nerve
yüzsüzlük
nervelessness
zayıflık
nerve
nerve oneself metanetini takınmak
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sinirle
nerve
gayret
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guçlendirmek
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cesaret vermek
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çaba
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arsızlık
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kanat veya yaprak damarı
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damar/cesaret/sinir
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{i} küstahlık
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nerve agent sinirleri altüst edenn
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sinirlere hakim olma
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cesur olmak
nerve
{i} damar (yaprak)
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cesaretlendir
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sinir,v.cesaretlendir: n.sinir
Englisch - Englisch
Lacking nerve; fearful; cowardly
Lacking a nervous system
{a} void of stength, weak, insipid
Destitute of strength or of courage; wanting vigor; weak; powerless
marked by calm self-control (especially in trying circumstances); unemotional; "play it cool"; "keep cool"; "stayed coolheaded in the crisis"; "the most nerveless winner in the history of the tournament"
Destitute of nerves
{s} not nervous, cool, composed; lacking strength, feeble, weak; cowardly
lacking strength; "a weak, nerveless fool, devoid of energy and promptitude"- Nathaniel Hawthorne
used to describe someone's fingers when they cannot hold something firmly, especially because they have had a shock
nerve
A bundle of neurons with their connective tissue sheaths, blood vessels and lymphatics
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To give strength

The liquor nerved up several of the men after their icy march.

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Audacity, gall

He had the nerve to enter my house uninvited.

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Courage, boldness
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To give courage; sometimes with "up"

May their example nerve us to face the enemy.

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Stamina, endurance, fortitude
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A neuron
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A vein in a leaf; a grain in wood

Some plants have ornamental value because of their contrasting nerves.

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Agitation caused by fear, stress or other negative emotion
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The characteristic of being nerveless; cowardliness
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Nerves are long thin fibres that transmit messages between your brain and other parts of your body. spinal nerves. in cases where the nerve fibres are severed
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Patience
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{n} an organ of sensation, a whitish vessel
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{v} to give nerves, strength or vigor
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get ready for something difficult or unpleasant
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A whitish cordlike structure composed of one or more bundles of myelinated or unlyelinated fibers, or more often mixtures of both coursing outside of the central nervous system, together with connective tissue within the fascicle and around the neurolemma of individual fibers
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The elastic resistance of unvulcanized rubber or rubber compounds to permanent defor- mation during processing Non-Blooming - The absence of a bloom
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Audacity
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a cordlike structure composed of fibers that conduct impulses between the central nervous system and other part of the body A nerve cell is a neuron, or cell that conducts neural impulses
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disapproval If you say that someone has a nerve or has the nerve to do something, you are criticizing them for doing something which you feel they had no right to do. They've got a nerve, complaining about our behaviour He had the nerve to ask me to prove who I was
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common term for tooth pulp which is the sensitive innermost portion of a tooth
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any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tissues of the body
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To give strength or vigor to; to supply with force; as, fear nerved his arm
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A bundle of axons in the PNS?; e g , the thirty-one pairs of spinal nerves
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A bundle of nerve cells
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A bundle of nerve fibers (axons) The fibers are either afferent - leading toward the brain and serving in the perception of sensory stimuli of the ski, joints, muscles, and inner organs; or efferent - leading away from the brain and mediating contractions of muscles or organs
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If you hold your nerve or keep your nerve, you remain calm and determined in a difficult situation. He held his nerve to beat Andre Agassi in a five-set thriller on Court One We need to keep our nerve now. = keep your cool
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A bundle of elongated axons belonging to hundreds or thousands of neurons, possibly both afferent and efferent neurons Connects portions of the nervous system to other portions and to receptors and effectors See also axon, neuron
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{i} any bundle of fibers belonging to the nervous system that transmits sensations and messages between the brain and other parts of the body; tendon (Anatomy); vein in a leaf or insect wing; courage; daring; rude boldness (Informal)
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To give courage, sometimes with "up"
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{f} embolden; gather courage, strengthen oneself; cheer, encourage, inspire
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– A band of impulse-carrying fibers that carries messages or signals to and from the brain
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A sinew or a tendon
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A bundle of peripheral nerve fibers bound together into one or more fascicles by connective tissue
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Stamina
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If you lose your nerve, you suddenly panic and become too afraid to do something that you were about to do. The bomber had lost his nerve and fled
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One of the principal fibrovascular bundles or ribs of a leaf, especially when these extend straight from the base or the midrib of the leaf
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Courage
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If someone or something gets on your nerves, they annoy or irritate you. Lately he's not done a bloody thing and it's getting on my nerves
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Physical force or steadiness; muscular power and control; constitutional vigor
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A simple or unbranched vein or slender rib
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A bundle of neurons with their connective tissue sheaths, blood vessels, and lymphatics
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Nerves provide sensory, motor, and automatic functions The arm and hand are served by the ulnar, median, and radial nerves Sensory feedback from the fingers affects the ability to grasp and manipulate items When this sensory function is impaired, from cold or nerve compression, our hands become clumsy and manipulations become difficult The nerves are a common site for CTDs Nerve disorders can also be brought on by mechanical pressure This pressure can be applied by badly designed tools or leaning against heard work surfaces
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impudent aggressiveness; "I couldn't believe her boldness"; "he had the effrontery to question my honesty"
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You can refer to someone's feelings of anxiety or tension as nerves. I just played badly. It wasn't nerves. = nervousness
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In the PNS, a collection of axons
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the most prominent vein of a leaf
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Steadiness and firmness of mind; self- command in personal danger, or under suffering; unshaken courage and endurance; coolness; pluck; resolution
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If you say that you have touched a nerve or touched a raw nerve, you mean that you have accidentally upset someone by talking about something that they feel strongly about or are very sensitive about. Alistair saw Henry shrink, as if the words had touched a nerve The mere mention of John had touched a very raw nerve indeed. nerve yourself to do sth/for sth to force yourself to be brave enough to do something difficult or dangerous
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the usually conspicuous nerves of a leaf
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the courage to carry on; "he kept fighting on pure spunk"; "you haven't got the heart for baseball"
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Nerve is the courage that you need in order to do something difficult or dangerous. The brandy made him choke, but it restored his nerve He never got up enough nerve to meet me. = courage
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One of the nervures, or veins, in the wings of insects
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If you refer to someone's nerves, you mean their ability to cope with problems such as stress, worry, and danger. Jill's nerves are stretched to breaking point I can be very patient, and then I can burst if my nerves are worn out
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A nerve is a bundle of fibers that uses electrical and chemical signals to transmit sensory and motor information from one body part to another See nervous system
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Audacity; assurance
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—A bundle of fibers that transmit electrical messages between the brain and areas of the body; these messages convey sensory or motor function information
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A cordlike bundle of nerve fibers (axons and/or dendrites) and its associated connective tissue coursing together outside the central nervous system
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Latin nervus = tendon; later reserved for a peripheral bundle of fibres which conduct impulses from or to the central nervous system
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Agitation caused by fear, stress, or other negative emotion
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One of the whitish and elastic bundles of fibers, with the accompanying tissues, which transmit nervous impulses between nerve centers and various parts of the animal body
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One or more fibers or bundles of fibers which form a part of a system in the body that conveys impulses of sensation, motion, etc , between the spinal cord or brain and other body parts
nervelessly
In a nerveless manner
nervelessly
calmly, coolly, in a controlled manner, with composure; weakly, without strength; not in a courageous manner, cowardly
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The state of being nerveless
nervelessness
{i} lack of nervousness, composure, calmness; feebleness, state of lacking strength, weakness; cowardliness
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