sensitize

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Englisch - Türkisch
duyarlılaştırmak
duyarlı hale koymak
hassaslaştır
hassaslastir
hassas hale getirmek
{f} duyarlı hale getirmek
foto
hassas duruma getirmek
{f} duyarlaştırmak
{f} hassaslaştırmak
sensitized
hassaslaştırılmış
sensitizer
(İnşaat) duyarlaştırıcı
sensitizer
(İnşaat) hassaslaştırıcı
sensitization
sensitizasyon
sensitized
{f} hassas hale sok
sensitizer
sensibilizatör
sensitizer
duyarlaştırcı
sensitization
Vücutta antijen niteliğindeki madde (bakteri, ilaç, yabancı protein, çiçek tozu v.s')ye karşı, ikinci defa girişinde şiddetli reaksiyona sebep olacak şekilde duyarlık oluşması, hassas hale gelme veya getirilme
sensitization
duyarlılaştırma
sensitized
hassaslastirilmis
sensitizer
hassaslastirici
sensitizer
(Kimya) duyarlayıcı

sensitiser.

sensitizer
duyarlayici
sensitizing
hassaslastır(mak)
sensitise
hassaslaştırmak
sensitise
duyarlaştırmak
sensitization
hassas hale sokma
sensitization
(Tıp) Uyarıya karşı hassas hale gelme ve getirilme, canlının veya canlı dokunun belli bir uyarıya karşı, eskisine oranla daha duyarlı hale gelişi, uyarıya tepkinin daha kuvvetli oluşu
sensitization
hassas hale sokmak,sensitizasyon
sensitized
(Tıp) Belli bir uyarıya karşı hassaslaşmış veya duyarlı hale getirilmiş
sensitized
(Tıp) Antijen niteliğindeki belli bir maddeye akrşı hassaslaşmış veya duyarlı hale getirilmiş
sensitizing
duyarlı hale getirmek
sensitizing
(Kimya) duyarlılaştırma
sensitizing
{i} hassaslaştırma
sensitizing
hassaslastır
sensitizing
hassaslaştırmak
sensitizing
duyarlılaştırmak
sensitizing
{f} hassaslaştır: prep.hassaslaştıra
Englisch - Englisch
To become increasingly aware of, in a concerned or sensitive way

Ever since the burglary, we've been more sensitized to home security issues.

{f} cause sensitivity, make sensitive (also sensitise)
make sensitive or aware; "He was not sensitized to her emotional needs" make (a material) sensitive to light, often of a particular colour, by coating it with a photographic emulsion; "sensitize the photographic film" make sensitive to a drug or allergen; "Long-term exposure to this medicine may sensitize you to the allergen" cause to sense; make sensitive; "She sensitized me with respect to gender differences in this traditional male-dominated society"; "My tongue became sensitized to good wine
To render sensitive, or susceptible of being easily acted on by the actinic rays of the sun; as, sensitized paper or plate
make sensitive to a drug or allergen; "Long-term exposure to this medicine may sensitize you to the allergen"
To become increasingly aware of in a concerned or sensitive way
make (a material) sensitive to light, often of a particular colour, by coating it with a photographic emulsion; "sensitize the photographic film"
make sensitive or aware; "He was not sensitized to her emotional needs"
cause to sense; make sensitive; "She sensitized me with respect to gender differences in this traditional male-dominated society"; "My tongue became sensitized to good wine
If a substance is sensitized to something such as light or touch, it is made sensitive to it. Skin is easily irritated, chapped, chafed, and sensitized. sensitised nerve endings
sen·si·tize sensitizes sensitizing sensitized in BRIT, also use sensitise1. If you sensitize people to a particular problem or situation, you make them aware of it. It seems important to sensitize people to the fact that depression is more than the blues How many judges in our male-dominated courts are sensitized to women's issues?
sensitised
Simple past tense and past participle of sensitise
sensitised
Alternative spelling of sensitized
sensitising
Alternative spelling of sensitizing
sensitising
Present participle of sensitise
sensitization
The process of making something sensitive
sensitized
Simple past tense and past participle of sensitize
sensitise
make sensitive to a drug or allergen; "Long-term exposure to this medicine may sensitize you to the allergen"
sensitise
make sensitive or aware; "He was not sensitized to her emotional needs"
sensitise
cause to sense; make sensitive; "She sensitized me with respect to gender differences in this traditional male-dominated society"; "My tongue became sensitized to good wine"
sensitise
{f} cause sensitivity, make sensitive (also sensitize)
sensitise
make (a material) sensitive to light, often of a particular colour, by coating it with a photographic emulsion; "sensitize the photographic film"
sensitised
having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor); "allergic children"; "hypersensitive to pollen"
sensitised
{s} caused to be sensitive; made sensitive; (Medicine) allergic, having an allergy, hypersensitive, extremely susceptible to a particular factor (also sensitized)
sensitising
rendering an organism sensitive to a serum by a series of injections
sensitising
making susceptible or sensitive to either physical or emotional stimuli
sensitization
The development, over time, of an allergic reaction to a chemical
sensitization
(psychology) the process of becoming highly sensitive to specific events or situations (especially emotional events or situations)
sensitization
An increased reactivity to all environmental events following exposure to an intense stimulus
sensitization
An allergic response Allergic responses to beryllium may indicate the onset of beryllium–related diseases
sensitization
(psychology) the process of becoming highly sensitive to specific events or situations (especially emotional events or situations) the state of being sensitive (as to an antigen)
sensitization
rendering an organism sensitive to a serum by a series of injections
sensitization
term used in Allergology to designate a primary immune response for a given allergen
sensitization
Repeated or single exposure to an allergen that results in the exposed individual becoming hypersensitive to the allergen
sensitization
occurs when an individual experiences an allergic response to a chemical, usually following multiple exposures
sensitization
the state of being sensitive (as to an antigen)
sensitization
The phenomenon in austenitic stainless steels that causes a change to occur in the grain boundaries when heated in the general range of 850 to 1475 degree F This change destroys the passivity in these locations
sensitization
An immune response reaction state in which further exposure elicits an immune or allergic response A person previously exposed to a certain material is more sensitive when further contact with this material is encountered
sensitization
An increased response to a drug caused by repeated administration Sensitization is most commonly seen in some responses to stimulants
sensitization
The process of developing an allergy
sensitization
{i} process of making sensitive, process of causing sensitivity; condition of being sensitive; (Psychology) process of becoming very sensitive to particular situations or happenings (particularly emotional happenings or sentimental situations)
sensitization
Sensitization is the development, over time, of an allergic reaction to a chemical The chemical may cause a mild response on the first few exposures but, as the allergy develops, the response becomes worse with subsequent exposures Eventually, even short exposures to low concentration can cause very severe reaction There are two different types of occupational sensitization: skin and respiratory Typical symptoms of skin sensitivity are swelling, redness, itching , pain and blistering Sensitization of the respiratory system may result in symptoms similar to a severe asthma attack These symptoms include wheezing, difficulty in breathing, chest tightness, coughing and shortness of breath
sensitization
State of immune-response reaction in which further exposure elicits an immune or allergic response A person previously exposed to a certain material is more sensitive when he experiences further contact with it
sensitization
In austenitic stainless steels, the precipitation of chromium carbides, usually at grain boundaries, upon exposure to temperatures of about 550 to 850 °C (100 to 1550 °F), leaving the grain boundaries depleted of chromium and therefore susceptible to preferential attack by a corroding (oxidizing) medium
sensitization
The development of negative reactions to a given chemical over a period of time For example, one might develop an allergy to pollen
sensitization
Enhancement of the strength of a reflexive response produced by the presentation of a noxious stimulus
sensitization
This is the term applied to the exposure to a substance (allergen) which provokes a response in the immune system such that disease symptoms will ensue on subsequent encounters with the same substance See hypersensitivity, immune system
sensitized
Made sensitive, especially to some specific agent
sensitized
having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor); "allergic children"; "hypersensitive to pollen"
sensitized
past of sensitize
sensitized
{s} caused to be sensitive; made sensitive; (Medicine) allergic, having an allergy, hypersensitive, extremely susceptible to a particular factor (also sensitised)
sensitizer
A substance that may cause no reaction in a person during initial exposures, but afterwards, further exposures will cause an allergic response to the substance
sensitizer
A chemical that causes a substantial proportion of exposed people to develop an allergic reaction after repeated exposure to the chemical
sensitizer
An agent that sensitizes
sensitizer
A substance that, on first exposure, causes little or no reaction in man or test animals, but which on repeated exposure may cause a marked response not necessarily limited to the contact site Skin sensitization is the most common form of sensitization in the industrial setting, although respiratory sensitization to a few chemicals is also known to occur
sensitizer
A material that can cause an allergic reaction with repeated contact The symptoms can be a skin reaction, lung reaction, or both
sensitizer
(chemistry) a substance other than a catalyst that facilitates the start of a catalytic reaction
sensitizer
A chemical that causes a substantial proportion of exposed people or animals to develop an allergic reaction in normal tissue after repeated exposure to the chemical
sensitizer
{i} substance (apart from a catalyst) that accelerates the start of a catalytic reaction; allergen that causes atopic dermatitis on the second exposure following the initial sensitizing exposure (also sensitiser)
sensitizer
Substance which, on first exposure, causes little or no reaction in man or test animals but which, on repeated exposure, may cause a marked response not necessarily limited to the contact site
sensitizer
chemical that causes a substantial proportion of exposed people or animals to develop an allergic reaction in normal tissue after repeated exposure to the chemical
sensitizer
Chemical which may lead to the development of allergic reactions after repeated exposure
sensitizer
(1) photosensitive chemical, usually potassium bichromate aluminum bichromate, or diazonium compounds used for sensitizing photographic screen printing stencil films or emulsions; (2) any chemical substance or mixture that causes a substantial number of persons to develop a hypersensitive reaction upon re-exposure to the chemical substance or mixture, through an allergic bodily reaction
sensitizer
A material that can cause an allergic reaction with subsequent contact The symptoms can be manifested as a skin reaction, lung reaction, or both
sensitizer
- a substance known to cause, through an allergic reaction, a chronic adverse health effect that becomes evident in a significant number of people on re-exposure to the same substance
sensitizer
Any agent that sensitizes something
sensitizing
rendering an organism sensitive to a serum by a series of injections making susceptible or sensitive to either physical or emotional stimuli
sensitizing
rendering an organism sensitive to a serum by a series of injections
sensitizing
making susceptible or sensitive to either physical or emotional stimuli
sensitize
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