overwhelm

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} (manen) mahvetmek
{f} alt etmek
{f} ezmek
{f} şaşkına çevirmek
{f} boğmak
mahcup etmek

Onları mahcup etmek istemiyorum. - We don't want to overwhelm them.

Onu mahcup etmek istemiyorum. - We don't want to overwhelm him.

bakmak
istila etmek
gark etmek
bastırmak
yenmek
garketmek
bas
Etkisi altına almak
{f} kaplamak
{f} (büyük bir orduyla) ağır bir yenilgiye uğratmak
bastır/ez/kapla
{f} kahretmek
{f} with iltifat
{f} mahçup etmek
mahvetmek (manen)
basmak
overwhelming
ezici

Tasarı ezici bir çoğunluk tarafından kabul edildi. - The bill was approved by an overwhelming majority.

Ezici bir çoğunluk acımasız cezanın kaldırılması için oy kullandı. - An overwhelming majority voted to abolish the brutal punishment.

overwhelm with
boğmak (iltifat hediye vb'ne)
overwhelming
kahredici
overwhelming
çok yoğun ve baskılı
overwhelming
başından aşkın
overwhelming
çok büyük
overwhelmed
ezilmiş
overwhelmed
(Osmanlıca) gark olmak
overwhelming
baskın
overwhelmingly
kararlı bir biçimde
overwhelmingly
ezici bir üstünlükle
overwhelmingly
çok kuvvetli bir biçimde
overwhelmed
{f} ez
overwhelming
{f} bas
overwhelmed
Şaşkına dönmüş
overwhelmed
Kendini kaybetmiş

Tom kendini kaybetmiş hissetti. - Tom felt overwhelmed.

overwhelmed
Bozguna uğramış (düşman)
overwhelming
galip
overwhelming
basarak
overwhelmingly
karşı konulamaz bir şekilde
overwhelmingly
ezici bir şekilde
to overwhelm
bunaltma
overwhelming
bastır/ez/kapla
overwhelming
karşı konulmaz

Bunun ne kadar karşı konulmaz olabileceğini biliyorum. - I know how overwhelming it can be.

Englisch - Englisch
To engulf, surge-over and submerge

The dinghy was overwhelmed by the great wave.

To overpower emotionally

Joy overwhelmed her when she realized that she had won a million dollars.

{v} to crush, subdue, overpower
To cover over completely, as by a great wave; to overflow and bury beneath; to ingulf; hence, figuratively, to immerse and bear down; to overpower; to crush; to bury; to oppress, etc
To cause to surround, to cover
overcome by superior force
charge someone with too many tasks overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
The act of overwhelming
cover completely or make imperceptible; "I was drowned in work"; "The noise drowned out her speech"
charge someone with too many tasks
If you are overwhelmed by a feeling or event, it affects you very strongly, and you do not know how to deal with it. He was overwhelmed by a longing for times past The need to talk to someone, anyone, overwhelmed her. = overpower + overwhelmed over·whelmed Sightseers may be a little overwhelmed by the crowds and noise
overpoweringly
{f} overpower, defeat; master; crush; stagger; stun, daze; flood, engulf
To project or impend over threateningly
If a group of people overwhelm a place or another group, they gain complete control or victory over them. It was clear that one massive Allied offensive would overwhelm the weakened enemy. = overpower
overwhelming
Extreme
overwhelming
Present participle of to overwhelm
overwhelming
Overpowering, staggering, or irresistibly strong
overwhelming
Very great or intense
overwhelmingly
in an overwhelming manner; very greatly or intensely. extremely
overwhelming
{s} overpowering; crushing; staggering; stunning, dazing; flooding
overwhelmingly
{a} in a destructive manner
To overwhelm
engulf
To overwhelm
hell
To overwhelm
deluge
To overwhelm
inundate
overwhelmed
faklempt
overwhelmed
past of overwhelm
overwhelmed
{s} overcome, stunned, shocked, inundated
overwhelmed
rendered powerless especially by an excessive amount or profusion of something; "a desk flooded with applications"; "felt inundated with work"; "too much overcome to notice"; "a man engulfed by fear"; "swamped by work"
overwhelming
very intense; "politics is his consuming passion"; "overwhelming joy"
overwhelming
Overpowering, staggering or irresistibly strong
overwhelming
Overpowering; irresistible
overwhelming
emphasis You can use overwhelming to emphasize that an amount or quantity is much greater than other amounts or quantities. The overwhelming majority of small businesses go broke within the first twenty-four months The vote was overwhelming -- 283 in favour, and only twenty-nine against. + overwhelmingly over·whelm·ing·ly The House of Commons has overwhelmingly rejected calls to bring back the death penalty for murder
overwhelming
so strong as to be irresistible; "an overpowering need for solitude"; "the temptation to despair may become overwhelming"; "an overwhelming majority"
overwhelming
If something is overwhelming, it affects you very strongly, and you do not know how to deal with it. The task won't feel so overwhelming if you break it down into small, easy-to-accomplish steps She felt an overwhelming desire to have another child. = overpowering + overwhelmingly over·whelm·ing·ly the overwhelmingly strange medieval city of Fès
overwhelmingly
in a decisive manner; in an amazing manner
overwhelmingly
incapable of being resisted; "the candy looked overwhelmingly desirable to the dieting man"
overwhelmingly
in an overwhelming manner
overwhelmingly
incapable of being resisted; "the candy looked overwhelmingly desirable to the dieting man
overwhelms
third-person singular of overwhelm
to overwhelm
daunt
overwhelm
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