retrograde

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} geriye doğru giden
gerileyen
kötüye giden
{s} tersine giden
(Tıp) Geriye doğru giden veya eğilen
{f} dejenere olmak
{s} kötüleşen
{f} geri gitmek
yozlaşmak
{f} kötüleşmek
{f} ters yönde dönmek
hareket etmeyen yıldızlara göre doğudan batıya dogru gider gibi görünen
{s} gerici
(Askeri) Geri harekat
{f} bozulmak
{f} gerilemek
(Biyoloji) retrograd
doğudan batıya doğru gerileme devimi
gerile
geriye gitmek
(Gıda) gerileme
retrograde amnesia
retrograd amnezi
retrograde pyelography
retrograd piyelografi
retrograde cargo
(Askeri) DENİZAŞIRI İADE YÜK: Bir denizaşırı komutanlıktan anayurda iade edilen yük. Ayrıca bakınız: "cargo"
retrograde defensive
(Askeri) SAVUNMALI ÇEKİLME: Makul başarı ihtimalleriyle bir taarruza geçmek üzere hazırlıklar yapılıncaya kadar, kesin muharebeye girmeksizin yapılan savunmalı çekilme. Bu hareket; düşmanın ilerlemesini geciktirir, ikmal üslerinden uzaklaştırır ve ulaştırma hatlarını uzatır
retrograde motion
doğudan batıya hareket [(Astronomi) ]
retrograde motion
(Askeri) GERİ HAREKET: Bir komutanlığın geri istikamette veya düşmandan uzaklaşma amacıyla yaptığı bir hareket. Ya düşman zorlaması ile veya isteyerek yapılabilir. Böyle bir hareket; muharebeyi kesme (withdrawal), çekilme (retirement) veya oyalama muharebesi (delaying action) olarak sınıflandırılabilir
retrograde motion
geriye hareket
retrograde movement
(Askeri) Bak. "retrograde motion"
retrograde operation
(Askeri) GERİ ÇEKİLME HAREKATI: Bak. "retrograde motion"
retrograde personnel
(Askeri) GERİ ÇEKİLEN PERSONEL, GERİYE ALINAN PERSONEL: Bir harekat alanından tahliye edilen personel. Bunlar, geri hizmetle görevli kişiler ve sivil personel olabilir
retrograde storage area
(Askeri) geri depolama alanı
retrograde support element
(Askeri) geri destek unsuru
endoscopic retrograde
(Tıp) endoskopik retrograd
Englisch - Englisch
In the opposite direction to the orbited body's spin
Directed backwards, retreating; reverting especially inferior state, declining; inverse, reverse; movement opposite to normal or intended motion, often circular motion
A degenerate person
To move backwards; to recede; to retire; to decline; to revert
To show retrogradation
Counterproductive to a desired outcome
to cause to deteriorate or to move backward
against the normal direction of flow
move backward in an orbit, of celestial bodies
{f} retreat, move backward; repeat, reiterate, recapitulate; worsen, deteriorate
move backward in an orbit, of celestial bodies of amnesia; affecting time immediately preceding trauma moving from east to west on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in a direction opposite to that of the Earth going from better to worse
Backward with respect to the common direction of motion in the solar system; counter-clockwise as viewed from the north, and going from east to west rather than from west to east
Rotation of a planet, or orbit, opposite to that normally seen
The rotation or orbital motion of an object in a clockwise direction when viewed from the north pole of the ecliptic; moving in the opposite sense from the great majority of solar system bodies
Backward or reversed Mar, Jupiter and Saturn show retrograde motions among the stars
Motion of a celestial body moving in the opposite direction of its usual motion
{s} retreating, moving backward; moving in a direction opposite the usual direction; moving in a direction opposite to that of the Earth around the sun (Astronomy); appearing to move from east to west (Astronomy); worsening, deteriorating
When a Planet goes backward, as out of 10 degree into 9, 8, 7, &c
A compositional technique in which the composer rewrites the melody backward
To move backwards It relates to a ridge or trough moving from east to west Typically in the mid-latitude, troughs and ridges move west to east Retrograde motion is the opposite movement of normal
Opposite direction as the prevailing direction
move in a direction contrary to the usual one; "retrograding planets"
of amnesia; affecting time immediately preceding trauma
get worse; fall back to a previous or worse condition
A compositional manipulation in which the movements in a phrase are performed from the end to the beginning as if rewinding the movements
An organized movement to the rear or away from the enemy It may be forced by the enemy or may be made voluntarily Such movements may be classified as withdrawal, retirement, or delaying operations
Apparently moving backward, and contrary to the succession of the signs, that is, from east to west, as a planet
A retrograde action is one that you think makes a situation worse rather than better. The Prime Minister described transferring education to central government funding as `a retrograde step'
a Of or relating to the orbital revolution or axial rotation of a planetary or other celestial body that moves clockwise from east to west, in the direction opposite to most celestial bodies b Of or relating to the brief, regularly occurring, apparently backward movement of a planetary body in its orbit as viewed against the fixed stars, caused by the differing orbital velocities of Earth and the body observed
moving from east to west on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in a direction opposite to that of the Earth
The direction from the axon terminal toward the cell body See Anterograde
To go in a retrograde direction; to move, or appear to move, backward, as a planet
going from better to worse
From the Latin "to step backwards", this term is applied to the apparent backward motion of the planets through the zodiac Traditionally interpreted to provide a negative or weakening effect on the planet, modern astrologers tend to interpret retrograde motion as providing a slight internal or introspective influence
westward motion in the sky
Tending or moving backward; having a backward course; contrary; as, a retrograde motion; opposed to progressive
Contrary to the direction of motion or rotation A retrograde orbit is one that goes in the opposite direction of the rotation of the body being orbited A retrograde maneuver is one carried out in the opposite of the direction of travel
go back over; "retrograde arguments"
Refers to faces meeting at a vertex which circle back the opposite way around the vertex with respect to other faces Polygons represented as n/d are retrograde when the fraction is greater than a half, eg the pentagram 5/2 is not retrograde, but written as 5/3 it is The retrograde version of a n/d-gon is a n/(n-d)-gon
Apparent backward motion, which occurs when Earth passes a slower-moving, outer planet or when Earth is passed by a faster-moving inner planet Designated by the symbol R in the horoscope The outer planets are retrograde over 40% of the time
Declining from a better to a worse state; as, a retrograde people; retrograde ideas, morals, etc
moving in the opposite direction to that which is considered normal; as in retrograde P waves noted in certain junctional rhythms
loss of memory of events that occurred before the onset of the cause
moving or directed or tending in a backward direction or contrary to a previous direction
move back; "The glacier retrogrades"
Hence, to decline from a better to a worse condition, as in morals or intelligence
Satellite orbit motion which is opposite to the Earth's direction of rotation, also defined as an orbit with an inclination greater than 90 degrees
When the planets appear to be going backwards
This is where the "planet" appears to be going backward motion through the zodiac In actuality the planet is slowing down in movement During this phase, our development processes goes into the subjective realms We deepen our approach in processing, and take time to review, contemplate, and refocus The sun and moon are never retrograde
go back over; "retrograde arguments" move back; "The glacier retrogrades" move in a direction contrary to the usual one; "retrograding planets" move backward in an orbit, of celestial bodies of amnesia; affecting time immediately preceding trauma moving from east to west on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in a direction opposite to that of the Earth going from better to worse
retrograde amnesia
The loss of memories from the period leading up to the amnesic episode
retrograde inversion
A technique where the composer will take the inversion of the tone row, and write that backwards, thus creating a retrograded inversion of the original note row
retrograde motion
Motion of a body (either real or apparent) in a direction opposite to that of its normal motion, or to that of other similar or related bodies
retrograde amnesia
Inability to recall events that occurred prior to the accident: may be a specific span of time or type of information
retrograde amnesia
Loss of memory for events and experiences occurring in a period of time prior to the amnesia-causing trauma See also amnesia, anterograde amnesia
retrograde amnesia
Inability to remember information from before a brain insult (Anderson)
retrograde amnesia
The inability to recall events that occurred prior to a traumatic event
retrograde amnesia
A memory disorder characterized by an inability to retrieve old long-term memories, generally for a specific period of time extending back from the beginning of the disorder (p 259)
retrograde amnesia
the inability to recall events immediately preceding an accident or injury but without a loss of earlier memory
retrograde amnesia
loss of memory for events immediately preceding a trauma
retrograde amnesia
Inability to recall events that occurred prior to the accident; may be a specific span of time or type of information
retrograde amnesia
inability to remember events immediately preceding the head injury or event
retrograde ejaculation
Ejaculation in which seminal fluid is discharged in the wrong direction, traveling up towards the bladder instead of outside the body through the urethra
retrograde motion
In astronomy, the actual or apparent motion of a body in a direction opposite to that of the predominant (direct or prograde) motions of similar bodies. Observationally and historically, retrograde motion refers to the apparent reversal of the planets' motion through the stars for several months in each synodic period. This required a complex explanation in Earth-centred models of the universe (see Ptolemy) but was naturally explained in heliocentric models (see Copernican system) by the apparent motion as Earth passed by a planet in its orbit. It is now known that nearly all bodies in the solar system revolve and rotate in the same counterclockwise direction as viewed from a position in space above Earth's North Pole. This common direction probably arose during the formation of the solar nebula. The relatively few objects with clockwise motions (e.g., the rotation of Venus, Uranus, and Pluto) are also described as retrograde
retrogradely
With a backward motion

proteins migrating retrogradely.

retrograded
past of retrograde
retrogradely
in retrograde fashion
retrogrades
plural of retrograde
retrograding
present participle of retrograde
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von retrograde im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography
(Tıp) (ERCP) Pankreas ve Safra Kanallarının içine bakmak için Röntgen kullanılarak yapılan bir test.Doktor ağız yoluyla duodenum(Oniki parmak barsağı)ve Safra kanalları içine bir endoskop yerleştirirve Özel bir boya kanalların içine akıtılır.Bu boya kanal içlerinin röntgende görünmesini sağlar
retrograd
(Biyoloji) retrograde
retrograde

    Silbentrennung

    ret·ro·grade

    Türkische aussprache

    retrıgreyd

    Aussprache

    /ˈretrəˌgrād/ /ˈrɛtrəˌɡreɪd/

    Etymologie

    [ 're-tr&-"grAd ] (adjective.) 14th century. Adjective: Middle English from Latin retrogradus. Verb: Latin retrogredi or Late Latin retrogredere (retro- "back" + gradi "walk").

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