nervous

listen to the pronunciation of nervous
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} asabi

Ben bir anlamda asabiyim. - I am nervous in a sense.

Tom benden daha asabi görünüyor. - Tom seems to be more nervous than I am.

{s} sinirli

Sinirli bir kişi bu iş için uygun olmaz. - A nervous person will not be fit for this job.

Çok sinirli olmak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to be so nervous.

{s} gergin

Uçak kalkarken çok gergindim. - I was very nervous as the plane took off.

Tanık duruşmada konuştuğu sırada gergin görünmüyordu. - The witness did not seem nervous when he spoke at the trial.

{s} heyecanlı

Ben kaygılı ve heyecanlıyım. - I'm nervous and excited.

Tom sinirli ve heyecanlı. - Tom is nervous and excited.

{s} sinir

Sinirli bir kişi bu iş için uygun olmaz. - A nervous person will not be fit for this job.

Pasaportumu bulamadığımda çok sinirlendim. - I became very nervous when I couldn't locate my passport.

{s} ürkek

Tom gerçekten utangaç ve ürkekti. - Tom was really shy and nervous.

Tom'un ürkekliği fark edilebiliyordu. - Tom's nervousness was noticeable.

endişeli

Tom biraz sinirli ve endişeli görünüyor. - Tom looks somewhat nervous and apprehensive.

{s} sinirleri gergin
{s} sinirsel

Yeni çocuğun sinirsel bir kekemeliği vardı. - The new boy had a nervous stammer.

kaygılı

Ben kaygılı ve heyecanlıyım. - I'm nervous and excited.

sinirlere ilişkin
asabiyet

Tom asabiyetini saklamaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to hide his nervousness.

nervous prostration sinir argınlığı
çekingen
sinir bozukluğu

Tom bir sinir bozukluğu çekiyor. - Tom is suffering from a nervous disorder.

nevrasteni nervous impulse tıb
nervous temperament asabi mizaç
(Tıp) Sinire ait, nervosus
ner

Finaller yaklaşırken neredeyse sinir krizi geçirecektim. - As finals approached, I nearly had a nervous breakdown.

Düğün provasında, konuşmak için neredeyse çok sinirliydi. - During the wedding rehearsal, he was almost too nervous to speak.

asabi tembih
sinirde uyarma
nervous breakdown
(Tıp) nevrosteni
nervous breakdown
Ruhî çöküntü
nervous breakdown
sinir argınlığı
nervous center
(Anatomi) sinir merkezi
nervous disease
(Tıp) asabiye
nervous disorder
asap bozukluğu
nervous fluids
(Anatomi) sinir akışkanı
nervous prostration
sinir argınlığı
nervous system diseases
(Tıp) sinir sistemi hastalıkları
nervous system neoplasms
(Tıp) sinir sistemi tümörleri
nervous system physiology
(Tıp) sinir sistemi fizyolojisi
nervous tissue
(Tıp) sinir dokusu
nervous twitch
seğirme
nervous waiting
heyecanlı bekleyiş
nervous breakdown
sinirsel çöküntü
nervous breakdown
sinir bozukluğu
nervous breakdown
ağır sinir bozukluğu
nervous prostration
sinir bozukluğu
nervous system
sinir jüyesi
nervous about
bir şey hakkında sınırlı,endişeli olmak
nervous and excited
sınır ve heyecanlı
nervous breakdown
sınır bozukluğu
nervous prostration
sınır bozukluğu
nervous system
sınır sistemi
nervous tension
Sinirsel gerginlik
nervous wreck
sınır batık
nervous breakdown
nevrasteni
nervous prostration
nevrasteni
nervous temperament
sinirlilik
nervous temperament
asabi mizaç
nervously
sinirli olarak

Tom sinirli olarak ayağını vurdu. - Tom tapped his foot nervously.

Mary sinirli olarak tırnaklarını çiğnedi. - Mary chewed on her nails nervously.

nervous breakdown
sinirsel yıkım
nervous system
(Anatomi) sinirsel sistem
nervously
canlılık
nervousness
(Tıp) nervozism
peripheral nervous system
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) periferal sinir sistemi
autonomic nervous system
otonom sinir sistemi
central nervous system
merkezi sinir jüyesi
central nervous system
santral sinir sistemi
involuntary nervous system
otonom sinir jüyesi
nervousness
sinirlilik
nervousness
çekingenlik
parasympathetic nervous system
otonom sinir sistemi
parasympathetic nervous system
parasempatik sinir jüyesi
peripheral nervous system
periferik sinir jüyesi
sympathetic nervous system
sempatik sinir jüyesi
be nervous about
sınır ile ilgili olmak
central nervous system
merkezi sınır sistemi
disease of the nervous system
sınır sistemi hastalığı
getting nervous
sınır getting
have a nervous breakdown
sınır krizi geçirmek
reduces nervous excitement
sınır heyecanı azaltır
to get nervous
sınır almak
be a nervous wreck
{k} sinirleri bozulmuş olmak
be nervous
sinirli olmak
cholinergic nervous system
(Tıp) kolinerjik sinir sistemi
don't be nervous
sinirlenmeyin
enteric nervous system
(Tıp) enterik sinir sistemi
nervously
gergin biçimde

Tom gergin biçimde içeri girdi. - Tom nervously entered.

Tom gergin biçimde bekledi. - Tom waited nervously.

nervousness
(Tıp) Sinirlilik, asabiyet, nervozite
nervousness
{i} ürkeklik
nervousness
asabiye
uterine nervous plexus
(Anatomi) rahim sinir ağı
Englisch - Englisch
Easily agitated or alarmed. Being on edge or edgy
Relating to or affecting the nerves
Apprehensive, anxious, hesitant
{a} strong, vigorous, robust, having the nerves affected or diseased
causing or fraught with or showing anxiety; "spent an anxious night waiting for the test results"; "cast anxious glances behind her"; "those nervous moments before takeoff"; "an unquiet mind"
unpredictably excitable (especially of horses)
Having the nerves weak, diseased, or easily excited; subject to, or suffering from, undue excitement of the nerves; easily agitated or annoyed
Apprehensive or anxious
excited in anticipation
easily agitated; "quick nervous movements"
easily agitated; "quick nervous movements" of or relating to the nervous system; "nervous disease"; "neural disorder
If someone is nervous, they are frightened or worried about something that is happening or might happen, and show this in their behaviour. The party has become deeply nervous about its prospects of winning the next election She described Mr Hutchinson as nervous and jumpy after his wife's disappearance. = anxious + nervously nerv·ous·ly Brunhilde stood up nervously as the men came into the room + nervousness nerv·ous·ness I smiled warmly so he wouldn't see my nervousness
Easily agitated or alarmed
possessing nerve; sinewy; strong; vigorous
(Ticaret) A planning system such as MRP that generates high message volume and continual changes to recommended order dates and quantities due to an excessive level of MPS, engineering or database changes
of or relating to the nervous system; "nervous disease"; "neural disorder"
of or relating to the nervous system; "nervous disease"; "neural disorder
Sensitive; excitable; timid
A nervous illness or condition is one that affects your emotions and your mental state. The number of nervous disorders was rising in the region He developed nervous problems after people began repeatedly correcting him
A nervous person is very tense and easily upset. She was apparently a very nervous woman, and that affected her career
{s} agitated, tense, anxious, apprehensive; of or relating to the nerves
Possessing or manifesting vigor of mind; characterized by strength in sentiment or style; forcible; spirited; as, a nervous writer
Of or pertaining to the nerves; seated in the nerves; as, nervous excitement; a nervous fever
nervous Nellie
A person whose personality and usual behavior are characterized by worry, insecurity, and timidity

The captain is a nervous Nellie who can't make a decision without the approval of his protective aide-de-camp.

nervous as a cat
Very nervous

She's as nervous as a cat..

nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs
Extremely nervous
nervous breakdown
An attack of a psychological disorder such as depression or anxiety so severe that it prevents a person from continuing to function normally

will you kindly think up at your earliest convenience some plan for politely ejecting this Mr Chalmers of yours from our humble home?--because if you don't, I'm going to have a nervous breakdown.

nervous breakdowns
plural form of nervous breakdown
nervous hit
A production which receives generally favorably notice, but is not assured of success

But it hardly mattered; her singing (including My Own Best Friend made into a solo) and performing were so strong that few quibbled, especially as she was accomplishing a valiant task by selling out a new, somewhat nervous hit while its regular star recovered. — Ken Mandelbaum in The Insider.

nervous nellie
Alternative spelling of nervous Nellie
nervous nelly
Alternative spelling of nervous Nellie
nervous system
An organ system that coordinates the activities of muscles, monitors organs, constructs and processes data received from the senses, and initiates actions
nervous systems
plural form of nervous system
nervous-Nellie
Characterized by worry or anxiety; having a weak, insecure personality

Woody Allen plays his most frazzled variation on the Woody we know best: a nervous-Nellie urban neurotic kvetching his way through life as a means of avoiding it.

nervous breakdown
Mental breakdown (also known as a nervous breakdown) is a colloquial term for an acute, time-limited psychiatric disorder that manifests primarily as severe stress-induced depression, anxiety or dissociation in a previously functional individual, to the extent that they are no longer able to function on a day-to-day basis until the disorder is resolved
nervous wreck
If you say that someone is a nervous wreck, you mean that they are extremely nervous or worried about something. She was a nervous wreck, crying when anyone asked her about her experience
nervous breakdown
a severe or incapacitating emotional disorder
nervous breakdown
If someone has a nervous breakdown, they become extremely depressed and cannot cope with their normal life. His wife would not be able to cope and might suffer a nervous breakdown. A severe or incapacitating emotional disorder, especially when occurring suddenly and marked by depression. Not in scientific use. a mental illness in which someone becomes extremely anxious and tired and cannot deal with the things they usually do
nervous breakdown
emotional crisis
nervous disease
disorder of the nervous system, disease of the nervous system
nervous disorder
a disorder of the nervous system
nervous exhaustion
an emotional disorder that leaves you exhausted and unable to work
nervous movements
gestures or motions made due to nervousness or agitation
nervous person
person who is easily excited, person who is easily upset
nervous system
~ The collection of nerves and throughout the body, each sending signals to the brain such as pain, heat, cold, etc
nervous system
Say: ner-vuss Let's give a round of applause to your nervous system! This system is made up of your brain and all the nerves connecting to it Together, they act like a super-fast, two-way message highway that helps you tell your body what to do and even move, think, and feel For example, when you touch something really hot, your nervous system sends a message from your fingers to your brain, saying, "You're touching something really hot!" Then another message comes from your brain back to your fingers, telling them to "Pull back!" All of this communicating happens in a split second, saving you from burning your fingers badly Your nervous system also lets you feel the soft fur of a puppy, button your shirt, and taste yummy foods It lets you run and kick a soccer ball and feel good after you score the winning goal! Think of the millions of jobs that the nervous system does for you!
nervous system
The nervous system involves the brain, spinal cord, and all of the peripheral nerves that branch off from the spinal cord
nervous system
The system of the body responsible for the transmission of information from the brain to the rest of the body and from the rest of the body to the brain; it is composed of the central nervous system (the brain and the spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system (which consists of the remainder of the nerves in the body)
nervous system
Typically an electrochemical network in a system that is assembled as an extension of sensory bundles The nervous system extends to a size and complexity as is required to spectrally "interpret" perceptics The nervous system can be considered as having filtering characteristics that break down complex vibration into separate individual "notes " These are "weighted" as to relative importance Templates store necessary relationships Nerve firings are noted for "Change in Characteristics" to determine if a sense is being stimulated or sedated Inhibitors and Accelerators can be noted in a frequency domain understanding thereby showing function clearly
nervous system
spinal cord, brain and nerves
nervous system
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), tension headache, & migraine
nervous system
the part of the body that carries messages to the brain The nervous system consists of the brain, neural paths, and nerve endings
nervous system
The nervous system is the vast network of cells specialized to carry information (in the form of nerve impulses) to and from all parts of the body in order to bring about bodily activity In vertebrates, the brain and spinal cord together form the central nervous system; the remaining nervous tissue is known as the peripheral nervous system and includes the autonomic nervous system, which is itself divided into the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems The basic functional unit of the nervous system is the neuron (nerve cell)
nervous system
A system in the body that is comprised of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, ganglia and parts of the receptor organs that receive and interpret stimuli and transmit impulses to effector organs
nervous system
network of cells that transmit nerve impulses throughout the body (to the brain, muscles, and organs)
nervous system
Any of the following, alone or in combination: lymphocytic meningitis; cranial neuritis, particularly facial palsy (may be bilateral); radiculoneuropathy; or, rarely, encephalomyelitis Encephalomyelitis must be confirmed by demonstration of antibody production against B burgdorferi in the CSF, evidenced by a higher titer of antibody in CSF than in serum Headache, fatigue, paresthesia, or mildly stiff neck alone are not criteria for neurologic involvement
nervous system
the system of nerves including the brain, the cranial nerves, the spinal cord, the spinal nerves, and the peripheral nerves; includes the autonomic(sympathetic and parasympathetic) nerves
nervous system
The collection of body tissues that record and distribute information by electrical and chemical signals It includes the central (brain and spinal cord) and peripheral nervous systems
nervous system
Includes all of the neural structures in the body: the central nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves; the peripheral nervous system consists of the nerve roots, nerve plexi, and nerves throughout the body
nervous system
The nervous system is the body tissue that records and distributes information in the body using electrical and chemical transmission It has two parts The "central" nervous system is comprised of the brain and spinal cord The "peripheral" nervous system is the nerve tissue that transmits sensation and motor information back and forth from the body to the central nervous system
nervous system
Includes the brain and all the nerves
nervous system
the sensory and control apparatus consisting of a network of nerve cells
nervous system
The organ system made up of the brain, spinal cord, and the nerves
nervous system
the entire integrated system of nerve tissue in the body: the brain, brain stem, spinal cord, nerves and ganglia
nervous system
Your nervous system consists of all the nerves in your body together with your brain and spinal cord. The system of cells, tissues, and organs that regulates the body's responses to internal and external stimuli. In vertebrates it consists of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, ganglia, and parts of the receptor and effector organs. your nerves, brain, and spinal cord, with which your body feels pain, heat etc and your movements are controlled. System of specialized cells (neurons, or nerve cells) that conduct stimuli from a sensory receptor through a neuron network to the site (e.g., a gland or muscle) where the response occurs. In humans, it consists of the central and peripheral nervous systems, the former consisting of the brain and spinal cord and the latter of the nerves, which carry impulses to and from the central nervous system. The cranial nerves handle head and neck sensory and motor activities, except the vagus nerve, which conducts signals to visceral organs. Each spinal nerve is attached to the spinal cord by a sensory and a motor root. These exit between the vertebrae and merge to form a large mixed nerve, which branches to supply a defined area of the body. Disorders include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, chorea, epilepsy, myasthenia gravis, neural tube defect, parkinsonism, and poliomyelitis. Effects of disorders range from transient tics and minor personality changes to major personality disruptions, seizures, paralysis, and death
nervous system
The system of cells, tissues and organs that regulates the body's responses to internal and external stimuli In vertebrae it consists of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, ganglia and parts of the receptor and effector organs
nervous system
A regulatory system of the body that consists of neurons and neuroglial cells The nervous system is divided into two parts, the central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS)
nervous system
The telephone communication center of the body All information from outside the body and from inside the body must pass through this system The two parts of the nervous system include the Central and Peripheral Nervous systems
nervous tissue
tissue composed of neurons
nervous wreck
emotionally tense, restless, fearful
autonomic nervous system
In humans and other vertebrates, the part of the nervous system that regulates the involuntary activity of the heart, intestines and glands. These activities include digestion, respiration, perspiration, metabolism, and the modulation of blood pressure
central nervous system
In vertebrates, that part of the nervous system comprising the brain, brainstem and spinal cord
central nervous systems
plural form of central nervous system
enteric nervous system
A subdivision of the peripheral nervous system, that directly controls the gastrointestinal system
parasympathetic nervous system
One of the divisions of the autonomic nervous system, based between the brain and the spinal cord, that slows the heart and relaxes muscles
peripheral nervous system
The part of the nervous system which is not the central nervous system
somatic nervous system
The part of the peripheral nervous system that transmits signals from central nervous system to skeletal muscles, and from receptors of external stimuli thereby mediating sight, hearing and touch
sympathetic nervous system
The part of the autonomic nervous system that under stress raises blood pressure and heart rate, constricts blood vessels and dilates the pupils
vegetative nervous system
autonomic nervous system
nervousness
{n} great strength, weakness
Nervousness
nervosity
To be nervous
jitter
autonomic nervous system
the part of the nervous system of vertebrates that controls involuntary actions of the smooth muscles and heart and glands
autonomic nervous system
The part of the vertebrate nervous system that regulates involuntary action, as of the intestines, heart, and glands, and that is divided into the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. Part of the nervous system that is not under conscious control and that regulates the internal organs. It includes the sympathetic, parasympathetic, and enteric nervous systems. The first, which connects the internal organs to the brain via spinal nerves, responds to stress by increasing heart rate and blood flow to the muscles and decreasing blood flow to the skin. The second comprises the cranial nerves and the lower spinal nerves, which increase digestive secretions and slow the heartbeat. Both have sensory fibres that send feedback on the condition of internal organs to the central nervous system, information that helps maintain homeostasis. The third division, embedded in the walls of the stomach and intestines, controls digestive movement and secretions
autonomic nervous system
part of the nervous system which controls involuntary bodily functions
became nervous
became anxious, started to feel anxious
central nervous system
Your central nervous system is the part of your nervous system that consists of the brain and spinal cord. The portion of the vertebrate nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord. the main part of your nervous system, consisting of your brain and your spinal cord
central nervous system
system of the body that includes the brain, spinal chord, nerves and ganglions
central nervous system
the portion of the vertebrate nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord
getting nervous
starting to feel nervous, beginning to feel excited and upset
got nervous
became edgy
make nervous
cause someone to become nervous
nervously
in an anxiously nervous manner; "we watched the stock market nervously" with nervous excitement; "our bodies jumped nervously away at the slightest touch
nervously
in an anxiously nervous manner; "we watched the stock market nervously"
nervously
with nervous excitement; "our bodies jumped nervously away at the slightest touch
nervously
In a nervous manner; with nervosity; in a way that displays nervousness
nervously
tensely, anxiously, apprehensively; excitedly
nervously
with nervous excitement; "our bodies jumped nervously away at the slightest touch"
nervously
In a nervous manner
nervousness
Animals showing signs of nervousness (startling, hiding etc ) are usually under some sort of stress The most common of these is stress through poor water quality such as low dissolved oxygen concentrations
nervousness
a sensitive or highly strung temperament
nervousness
Rising of the nerve impulses of the horse who becomes extremely sensitive and reactive, even excited The rider must constantly toggle between the calmness and nervousness of a horse
nervousness
a sensitive or highly strung temperament an uneasy psychological state; "he suffered an attack of nerves
nervousness
an uneasy psychological state; "he suffered an attack of nerves"
nervousness
State or quality of being nervous
nervousness
the anxious feeling you have when you have the jitters
nervousness
{i} jumpiness, skittishness; stressfulness, tenseness; state of being excited
nervousness
The state or quality of being nervous
nervousness
is the expectant void or 'hollow feeling in the stomach' plus the mental image of 'will it go right', that every self-respecting dancer experiences before a dance Competition, an Exhibition or an Examination Being nervous before these adrenaline-pumping events is your right and your partner's prerogative It shows that you both have dignity and that you respect each other, the audience and the judges
parasympathetic nervous system
The part of the autonomic nervous system originating in the brain stem and the lower part of the spinal cord that, in general, inhibits or opposes the physiological effects of the sympathetic nervous system, as in tending to stimulate digestive secretions, slow the heart, constrict the pupils, and dilate blood vessels
parasympathetic nervous system
originates in the brain stem and lower part of the spinal cord; opposes physiological effects of the sympathetic nervous system: stimulates digestive secretions; slows the heart; constricts the pupils; dilates blood vessels
peripheral nervous system
The part of the vertebrate nervous system constituting the nerves outside the central nervous system and including the cranial nerves, spinal nerves, and sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems
peripheral nervous system
the section of the nervous system lying outside the brain and spinal cord
sympathetic nervous system
One of the two divisions of the autonomic nervous system ( the other being the parasympathetic nervous system), consisting of fibers that leave the central nervous system, pass through a chain of ganglia near the spinal cord, and are distributed to heart, lungs, intestine, blood vessels, and sweat glands In general, sympathetic nerves dilate the pupils, constrict peripheral blood vessels, and increase heart rate
sympathetic nervous system
The part of the nervous system that mobilizes the body for action
sympathetic nervous system
This part of the nervous system regulates involuntary reactions to stress such as increased heart and breathing rates, and other physiological reactions Ever felt an 'adrenalin rush?' That was your sympathetic nervous system at its finest Many asthma drugs, such as albuterol, mimic this system in attempting to relieve an asthma flare
sympathetic nervous system
part of the nervous system that operates automatically without conscious choice (such as nerves responsible for blood circulation, digestion, breathing, etc.)
sympathetic nervous system
Controls the stress response by triggering off hormones which act as messengers to the body to prepare for 'fight or flight '
sympathetic nervous system
originates in the thoracic regions of the spinal cord; opposes physiological effects of the parasympathetic: reduces digestive secretions; speeds the heart; contracts blood vessels
sympathetic nervous system
a division of the autonomic nervous system; it prepares the body for fight or flight
sympathetic nervous system
The part of the autonomic nervous system originating in the thoracic and lumbar regions of the spinal cord that in general inhibits or opposes the physiological effects of the parasympathetic nervous system, as in tending to reduce digestive secretions, speeding up the heart, and contracting blood vessels
sympathetic nervous system
– One of two divisions of the autonomic nervous system that controls many of the involuntary activities of the glands, organs, and other parts of the body
nervous
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