sedate

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} yatıştırmak
ağırbaşlı
sakinleştirmek
uyku ilacı verip uyutmak
durgun
sakin

Ağır şekilde sakinleşmiştim. - I was heavily sedated.

Onlar onu sakinleştirdiler. - They have him sedated.

{f} yatıştır

Bana daha önce hiç yatıştırıcı verilmedi. - I've never been sedated before.

{s} ciddi
sükunetle
{s} oturaklı
akıllı
sedatelyvakarla
sükunet
ağır başlı
temkinli
{s} aklı başında
{s} uslu
ağır başlılıkla
{f} sakinleştirici ilaç vermek
sedatenessvakar
ağır başlılık
sakinleştir

Onlar Tom'u sakinleştirdiler. - They have Tom sedated.

Onlar onu sakinleştirdiler. - They have him sedated.

{f} yatıştırıcı vermek
sedated
sakin

Ağır şekilde sakinleşmiştim. - I was heavily sedated.

Onlar onu sakinleştirdiler. - They have him sedated.

sedated
{f} yatıştır

Bana daha önce hiç yatıştırıcı verilmedi. - I've never been sedated before.

sedateness
ciddiyet
sedateness
ağırbaşlılık
even-tempered
sinirlerine hakim
sedated
yatıştır(mak)
sedated
yatistir
sedately
sakin bir biçimde
sedately
ciddiyetle
sedateness
{i} aklı başındalık
sedateness
usluluk
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von sedate im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

sedat
(Adlar, İsimler) Sedat, Arapça kökenli bir erkek ismidir.Doğruluk, hatasızlık ve doğru, haklı şey, akıl anlamlarına gelmektedir
Englisch - Englisch
in a composed and temperate state
to tranquilize by giving a sedative; to calm; to soothe; to induce sleep
even-tempered
cause to be calm or quiet as by administering a sedative to; "The patient must be sedated before the operation"
If you describe someone or something as sedate, you mean that they are quiet and rather dignified, though perhaps a bit dull. She took them to visit her sedate, elderly cousins + sedately se·date·ly sedately dressed in business suit with waistcoat
{a} calm, quiet, serene, undisturbed, easy
{s} calm, quiet, serene; composed, staid
cause to be calm or quiet as by administering a sedative to; "The patient must be sedated before the operation" characterized by dignity and propriety
characterized by dignity and propriety
Undisturbed by passion or caprice; calm; tranquil; serene; not passionate or giddy; composed; staid; as, a sedate soul, mind, or temper
{f} calm, quiet; administer a sedative drug
If someone is sedated, they are given a drug to calm them or to make them sleep. The patient is sedated with intravenous use of sedative drugs Doctors have been told not to sedate children with an anaesthetic that may be linked to five deaths. + sedated se·dat·ed Grace was asleep, lightly sedated. to give someone drugs to make them calm or to make them sleep
dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises; "a grave God-fearing man"; "a quiet sedate nature"; "as sober as a judge"; "a solemn promise"; "the judge was solemn as he pronounced sentence"
If you move along at a sedate pace, you move slowly, in a controlled way. We set off again at a more sedate pace. + sedately se·date·ly He pulled sedately out of the short driveway
to tranquilize by giving a sedative
sedated
Simple past tense and past participle of sedate
sedately
Calmly, without excessive emotion
sedately
{a} calmly, quietly, composedly
sedateness
{n} calmness, serenity, composure
sedated
past of sedate
sedated
under the influence of a sedative drug
sedated
{s} relaxed, calm; calmed by means of a sedative drug
sedately
With little energy
sedately
calmly, tranquilly; in a composed manner, in a staid manner
sedately
in a sedate manner
sedateness
The state or quality of being sedate; calmness of mind, manner, or countenance; composure; placidity; serenity; tranquillity
sedateness
{i} calmness, tranquility; composure, staidness
sedateness
a trait of dignified seriousness
sedates
third-person singular of sedate
sedating
present participle of sedate
sedate
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