stroke, stroke

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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von stroke, stroke im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

stroke
vuruş
stroke
inme

Leyla kırk dördüncü doğum gününden sonra inme geçirdi. - Layla suffered a stroke days after her forty fourth birthday.

Sami'de inme benzeri semptomlar vardı. - Sami had stroke-like symptoms.

stroke
felç

Anneannem bir felç geçirdi. - My grandmother had a stroke.

Tom bir felçten ölmüş olmalı. - Tom must've died of a stroke.

stroke
{f} vurmak
stroke
{f} okşamak
stroke
kulaç
stroke
{i} başarı
stroke
{f} sıvazlamak
breast stroke
kurbağalama yüzüş
breast stroke
kurbağalama yüzme tekniği
compression stroke
(Otomotiv,Teknik) sıkıştırma stroku
compression stroke
(Otomotiv) sıkıştırma zamanı
delivery stroke
çıkış stroku
effective stroke
(Otomotiv) etkili strok
effective stroke
(Otomotiv) yararlı strok
lost stroke
(Askeri) kayıp piston stroku
lost stroke
(Askeri) kayıp piston kursu
lost stroke
(Askeri) kayıp strok
receive a stroke of luck
(Argo) şans yakalamak
stroke
çomak
stroke
nüzul
stroke
çalışma mesafesi
stroke
süpüme
stroke
(Bilgisayar) bölü işareti
stroke
(Askeri) hamla
stroke
taş yontmak
stroke
vuru
stroke a cat
kedisevmek
stroke count
(Bilgisayar) atım sayımı
stroke of luck
talih kuşu
stroke of the brush
(Sanat) fırça vuruşları
stroke ordering
(Bilgisayar) tuş basımına göre sırala
stroke position sleeve
ayar lokması
stroke reduction principle
(Askeri) darbe ile düşürme esası
stroke reduction principle
(Askeri) darbe ile azaltma esası
stroke survivor
felçten kurtulmuş
stroke survivor
felçten kurtulan
stroke survivor
felç geçirmiş
stroke survivor
felç atlatan
stroke the cat
kedi sevmek
stroke together
(Denizbilim) alberaber
stroke volume
strok veya kurs hacmi
stroke width
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) çomak kalınlığı
swim a stroke
kulaçlamak
compression stroke
sıkıştırma kursu
four-stroke engine
dört zamanlı motor
golf stroke
golf vuruşu
heat stroke
sıcak çarpması
ignition stroke
ateşleme stroku
induction stroke
emme zamanı
long stroke engine
uzun stroklu motor
master stroke
ustalıklı iş
power stroke
kuvvet zamanı
power stroke
iş stroku
side stroke
yan kulaç
stroke
kalem darbesi
stroke
hat
stroke
beklenmedik darbe
stroke
yüzme tarzı
stroke
okşayış
stroke
okşama
stroke
çarpma

Tom bir sıcak çarpması geçirdi. - Tom had a heat stroke.

stroke
çizgi
stroke
hareket
stroke
şansızlık
stroke
çaba
stroke
(topa) vurmak
stroke
darbe

Aslan bir darbede avını sona erdirdi. - The lion put an end to his prey with one stroke.

tennis stroke
tenis vuruşu
two-stroke
iki zamanlı
a stroke of genius
dahiyane bir hareket
at a stroke
bir hamlede
bore and stroke
delik ve inme
counter stroke
karşı vuruş
exhaust stroke
egzoz zamanı
expansion stroke
genişleme stroku, genişleme zamanı
ground stroke
zemin inme
hemorrhagic stroke
hemorajik inme
inlet stroke
emme zamanı
ischemic stroke
iskemik inme
length of stroke
(Askeri) Namlunun ateşlemeden sonra geriye doğru kayma uzunluğu
oblique stroke
eğik inme
on the stroke of nine
dokuz inme üzerinde
scavenging stroke
egzoz zamanı
short stroke
kısa kurslu
stroke
(Mühendislik) kurs
stroke
(Otomotiv) Zamanlı

2-stroke motorcycle engine.

stroke center line
strok orta hattı
stroke edge
strok kenarı
stroke of genius
dehasının inme
stroke of luck
şans inme
stroke of work
çalışma inme
swim back stroke
geri kulaç
swim breast stroke
yüzmek meme inme
swim butterfly stroke
yüzmek kelebek inme
swim crawl stroke
inme taraması yüzmek
swimming butterfly stroke
kelebek stil yüzme
thunder stroke
gök gürültüsü inme
working stroke
iş zamanı
Spindle speed during the first ring rail stroke
(Tekstil) İlk adımda iğ devri, Bilezik sehpasının ilk kurs hareketindeki iğ devri
Stroke length
(Tekstil) Kurs boyu
Traversing stroke
(Tekstil) Travers mesafesi
admission stroke
emme zamanı
admission stroke
(Otomotiv) giriş darbesi veya kursu
at a stroke
aniden
at a stroke
birden
breast stroke
kurbağalama (yüzme tekniği)
butt stroke
(Askeri) dipçikleme
butt stroke
(Askeri) dipçikle vurma
butt stroke
(Askeri) DİPÇİKLEME, DİPÇİKLE VURMA: Bir tüfek dipçiği ile vurma. Dipçikleme, yakın muharebede, özellikle süngü hücumu ve süngüleşme eğitiminde kullanılır
butterfly stroke
kelebek stili yüzme
compressor discharge stroke
kompresör boşaltma stroku
crawl stroke
kulaçlama yüzüş, kravl. ~ed with The rock crawled with insects. Taşın üstünde böcekler kaynıyordu
crawl stroke
kravl
exhaust stroke
(Otomotiv) egzoz stroku
expansion stroke
genişleme zamanı
expansion stroke
genişleme stroku
expansion stroke
genleşme stroku
firing stroke
(Otomotiv) ateşleme stroku
four stroke
dört zamanlı
four stroke engine
dört zamanlı motor
fraction stroke
kesir çizgisi
gun stroke
(Askeri) dipçik
hair stroke
{i} yazı kuyruğu
hair stroke
(isim) yazı kuyruğu
how far did you hit the ball with that stroke
o atışla topu ne kadar uzağa attınız
ignition stroke
(Otomotiv) ateşleme dönemi
induction stroke
(Otomotiv) giriş stroku
induction stroke
(Otomotiv) emme stroku
intake stroke
(Otomotiv) emme stroku
key stroke
tuşlara basma
lateral stroke cylinder
enine çalışma pistonu
lateral stroke spring
yan çalışan yay
leader stroke
(Meteoroloji) öncül darbe
leader stroke
(Meteoroloji) öncül boşalım
longitudinal stroke cylinder
boyuna çalışma pistonu
number of stroke
darbe sayısı
on the stroke
saatinde
on the stroke
zamanında
on the stroke of twelve
saat tam onikide
overarm stroke
kulaç atma
piston stroke
piston şiası
piston stroke
piston stroku
piston stroke
piston kursu
plunger effective stroke
(Otomotiv) plancer etkili stroku
presser foot stroke
(Tekstil) baskı ayağı stroku
rack stroke
(Otomotiv) kremayer hareketi
rack stroke
(Otomotiv) kremayer stroku
stroke
ani bir gayretle yapılan şey
stroke
{i} davranış
stroke
(Tıp) Nöbet, kriz
stroke
vuruş tesiri
stroke
hamlacı
stroke
{i} 1. vuruş, darbe: He cut it with two strokes of his ax. İki balta vuruşuyla onu kesti. With a few strokes of her brush she changed the mood
stroke
darbe tesiri yapan şey
stroke
psik
stroke
vuruş, darbe: He cut it with two strokes of his ax. İki balta vuruşuyla onu kesti. With a few strokes of her brush she changed the mood
stroke
(İnşaat) strok, süpürme
stroke
{i} fırça darbesi
stroke
{i} saat vuruşu
stroke
kürekçilere hareket
stroke
{i} tarz
stroke
(Tıp) İnme, felç
stroke a boat
kürekçilere hareket işareti vermek
stroke font
çizgili yazı tipi
stroke of lightning
yıldırım düşmesi
stroke of the pen
kalem darbesi
stroke width
comak kalinli¤i
suction stroke
emme zamanı
sun stroke
(Tıp) Güneş çarpması
timer piston stroke
(Otomotiv) avans piston stroku
total stroke
(Otomotiv) toplam kurs
two stroke
iki zamanlı [mot.]
working stroke
genişleme stroku
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von stroke, stroke im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

J stroke
A paddling technique used by the sternman of a canoe that starts with a stroke perpendicular to the boat and ends with a hook behind the back of the boat. This forms a letter "J" when paddling on the right side of the boat. The technique is used to overcome the tendency of the boat to turn when paddling on one side and keep the boat going straight in the water
butterfly stroke
A swimming stroke in which the body is prone, the arms are moved in simultaneous circles, and the feet are kicked up and down
four-stroke engine
An engine in which the pistons perform four strokes per engine cycle (i.e. intake, compression, power, exhaust)
four-stroke engines
plural form of four-stroke engine
government stroke
In the days when Australia was a penal colony, the amount work that a convict was required to complete each day.Robert Hughes, The Fatal Shore (1996), ISBN 1-86046-150-6
government stroke
The deliberately slow pace of work supposed to be typical of government workers.Australian Broadcasting Commission Radio National Lingua Franca program, 24 August 2002

Why not just leave things as they are and say, We are going to run this government organisation efficiently; we are going to make sure that the government stroke has disappeared, that the managers are on the ball and that the customers get good service.

hair stroke
a line as fine as a hair
hair stroke
a fine line drawn out at the top or bottom of a letter
hair stroke
a soothing gesture
heat stroke
illness caused by overheating the human body
stroke
A line drawn with a pen or other writing implement

linguistics (Can we clean up() this sense?) A stroke of a Chinese, Japanese or Korean character.

stroke
To move one's hand or an object (such as a broom) along (a surface) in one direction
stroke
The time when a clock strikes

on the stroke of midnight.

stroke
A blow or hit

(Should we delete() this redundant sense?) A single act of striking with a weapon.

stroke
A point awarded to a player in case of interference or obstruction by the opponent
stroke
A stroke of pen or brush
stroke
The rower who is nearest the stern of the boat
stroke
An act of stroking (moving one's hand over a surface)

She gave the cat a stroke.

stroke
Backstage influence
stroke
The loss of brain function arising when the blood supply to the brain is suddenly interrupted
stroke
A particular style of swimming

butterfly stroke.

stroke
To hit the ball with the bat in a flowing motion
stroke
A single movement with a tool

A thrust of a piston.

stroke of work
a small amount of work

I fear I am going to fail my exams because I have not done a stroke of work this semester.

stroke order
the standard sequence in which a Chinese character is written in Chinese, Japanese or Korean writing
stroke play
A scoring system in which points are awarded based on the number of strokes used to sink the ball, as opposed to match play
two-stroke
The fuel used in a two-stroke engine
two-stroke
Coca-Cola
two-stroke
As a determiner, of a type of internal combustion engine, the working cycle of which is completed during two strokes of the piston

two-stroke engine.

two-stroke engine
An engine in which the pistons perform two strokes per engine cycle (i.e., intake/compression and combustion/exhaust)
stroke
condition caused by damage to blood vessels in the brain; may cause loss of ability to speak or to move parts of the body
stroke
Disease caused by damage to blood vessels in the brain Depending on the part of the brain affected, a stroke can cause a person to lose the ability to speak or move a part of the body such as an arm or a leg Usually only one side of the body is affected See also: Cerebrovascular disease
stroke
{v} to rub gently or tenderly, sooth, calm
stroke
{n} a blow, sound of a clock, touch, dash, line
at one stroke
With one forceful or quick action, at one blow, at a stroke or blow, in one stroke or blow

I managed to please both buyer and seller at one stroke .

stroke volume
(Tıp, İlaç) Stroke volume is the amount of blood pumped by the left ventricle of the heart in one contraction
apoplectic stroke
sudden attack of weakness affecting one side of the body which is caused by an interruption of the flow of blood to the brain
at a stroke
at one time, at once, with one sweep
back stroke
type of swimming stroke in which the swimmer's face is toward the ceiling
breast stroke
type of swimming stroke in which both arms are paddled at the same time
brush stroke
movement of a painter's brush; mark and texture created by the movement of a painter's brush
butterfly stroke
one of a series of motions made in swimming which resembles a butterfly in flight
compression stroke
One of the four 180-degree full "sweeps" of the piston moving in the cylinder of a four-stroke, internal-combustion engine (originally devised by Nikolaus Otto in 1876) During the compression stroke, the piston moves from BDC to TDC and compresses the air/fuel mixture Note: The 180-degree duration of the compression stroke is commonly longer than the duration between the intake valve-closing point and top dead center or ignition, sometimes referred to as the true "Compression Cycle " The compression stroke is followed by the power stroke
compression stroke
Piston stroke that compresses the air-fuel mixture in the cylinder
compression stroke
Second stroke of the four-stroke cycle, in which the piston moves upward from bottom dead center, compressing the fuel-air mixture
compression stroke
The most basic stroke in massage and Shiatsu is compression, and can be performed on yourself or a partner Compression increases blood flow to the area being worked on and allows muscle fibers to be spread, making the muscle more pliable Using the palm of your hand, slowly exert pressure down on the muscle When compressing your own muscle be creative and pretend you are making pizza dough Feel the compression stroke Compression is useful to effectively loosen and relax muscles after training or competition
crawl stroke
basic swimming stroke
crawl stroke
A racing stroke, in which the swimmer, lying flat on the water with face submerged, takes alternate overhand arm strokes while moving his legs up and down alternately from the knee
down stroke
Right hand movement from top to bottom
down stroke
Slang for down payment
finishing stroke
last blow
four stroke cycle
movement of four pistons with every combustion within an four cylinder engine
four stroke engine
four cylinder engine, internal combustion engine comprised of four pistons
four-stroke engine
an engine that works with two up and down movements of a piston
four-stroke engine
an internal-combustion engine in which an explosive mixture is drawn into the cylinder on the first stroke and is compressed and ignited on the second stroke; work is done on the third stroke and the products of combustion are exhausted on the fourth stroke
four-stroke power cycle
(Otomotiv) The most common internal combustion engine process. It refers to the distinct movements of the piston that draw fuel/air mixture into the combustion chamber (intake stroke), compress the mixture (compression stroke), transmit the power created by the combustion to the crankshaft (power stroke), and expel the exhaust gases from the cylinder (exhaust stroke)
golf stroke
the act of swinging a golf club at a golf ball and (usually) hitting it
ground stroke
A shot that is made after the ball has bounced Backhands and forehands are ground strokes
ground stroke
electrical current propagating along the ground from the point where a direct stroke of lightning hits the ground
ground stroke
A swing of a tennis racquet at a ball that has bounced from the ground. a way of hitting the ball after it has hit the ground in tennis and similar games
ground stroke
a tennis return made by hitting the ball after it has bounced once
ground stroke
Stroke made by hitting the ball after it has bounced
had a stroke
suffered from a stroke (sudden physical attack)
had a stroke of luck
got lucky
hair stroke
{i} very fine line in writing; very thin line in printing
hair stroke
a very fine line in writing or printing
heat stroke
Heat stroke is the same as sunstroke. A severe condition caused by impairment of the body's temperature-regulating abilities, resulting from prolonged exposure to excessive heat and characterized by cessation of sweating, severe headache, high fever, hot dry skin, and in serious cases collapse and coma
heat stroke
fever or collapse caused by excessive exposure to high temperature
hemorrhagic stroke
stroke caused by the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain
ischemic stroke
ischemia in the tissues of the brain
ischemic stroke
A type of stroke that is caused by blockage in a blood vessel [back to top]
ischemic stroke
A stroke caused by interruption or blockage of blood flow to the brain; also called cerebral infarction
ischemic stroke
A type of stroke that is caused by blockage in a blood vessel
ischemic stroke
the most common kind of stroke; caused by an interruption in the flow of blood to the brain (as from a clot blocking a blood vessel)
karate stroke
on of the strokes used in karate
kill two birds with one stroke
kill two birds with one stone, attain two things at the same time
master stroke
{i} wise move, masterly move, brilliant idea, very intelligent maneuver
paralytic stroke
stroke in the brain which results in paralysis of specific body parts
side stroke
type of form of swimming which uses the side of the body
spot stroke
The pocketing of the red ball in a top corner pocket from off its own spot so as to leave the cue ball in position for an easy winning hazard in either top corner pocket
stroke
the maximum movement available to a pivoted or reciprocating piece by a cam
stroke
a shot or stroke in which one drives in different directions one's own and the opponent's ball placed in contact
stroke
A sudden loss of function of a part of the brain as a result of the interruption of its blood supply by a blocked artery (cerebral thrombosis) or by a burst artery (cerebral hemorrhage)
stroke
A powerful or sudden effort by which something is done, produced, or accomplished; also, something done or accomplished by such an effort; as, a stroke of genius; a stroke of business; a master stroke of policy
stroke
The arm and hand motion during the act of delivery over the foul line
stroke
a light touch with the hands
stroke
A blow
stroke
To rib gently in one direction; especially, to pass the hand gently over by way of expressing kindness or tenderness; to caress; to soothe
stroke
The strokes of a clock are the sounds that indicate each hour. On the stroke of 12, fireworks suddenly exploded into the night
stroke
When you are swimming or rowing, your strokes are the repeated movements that you make with your arms or the oars. I turned and swam a few strokes further out to sea
stroke
a light touch with the hands a single complete movement (sports) the act of swinging or striking at a ball with a club or racket or bat or cue or hand; "it took two strokes to get out of the bunker"; "a good shot require good balance and tempo"; "he left me an almost impossible shot"
stroke
strike a ball with a smooth blow
stroke
the sudden disruption of blood flow to the brain
stroke
Also called a "brain attack" and happens when brain cells die because of inadequate blood flow 20% of cases are a hemorrhage in the brain caused by a rupture or leakage from a blood vessel 80% of cases are also know as a "schemic stroke", or the formation of a blood clot in a vessel supplying blood to the brain
stroke
The maximum distance the piston travels from the top of the cylinder (at TDC) to the bottom of the cylinder (at BDC), measured in inches or millimeters The stroke is determined by the design of the crankshaft (the length of the stroke arm)
stroke
A sudden attack of disease; especially, a fatal attack; a severe disaster; any affliction or calamity, especially a sudden one; as, a stroke of apoplexy; the stroke of death
stroke
If something happens at a stroke or in one stroke, it happens suddenly and completely because of one single action. The disease wiped out 40 million rabbits at a stroke How can Britain reduce its prison population in one stroke?
stroke
-A medical event that results from sudden blockage of the blood supply to the brain The blockage may destroy brain tissue, thereby producing paralysis, loss of speech, loss of consciousness, or other serious abnormalities of the nervous system, on one side of the body
stroke
To give a finely fluted surface to
stroke
Appetite
stroke
A sudden decrease or stopping of blood flow in an artery of the brain sufficient to cause damage to the brain tissue These occur infrequently following cardiopulmonary bypass (open heart operations) and most likely result from obstruction of a small blood vessel or blood vessels by clots or debris, or from air embolization Children and young adults with persistent cyanosis (right to left shunting through atrial or ventricular septal defects) are at continued higher risk from embolism from intravenous catheters Other Articles in This Section Associated Conditions Cath Lab Procedures Imaging Techniques Medical Personnel /Services New Strategies / Techniques Surgical Complications Surgical Procedures Your feedback is very important! Please e-mail us with any questions or comments about this article
stroke
The gain achieved by the player who wins a rally, either in the course of play or on award by the Referee, and which results in either the scoring of a point or change of hand
stroke
Loss of muscle function, vision, sensation, or speech resulting from brain cell damage caused by either an insufficient supply of blood to part of the brain, often due to blockage or narrowing of the arteries supplying blood to the brain, or a hemorrhage The hemorrhage may involve bleeding into the brain itself or the space around the brain
stroke
Hence, by extension, an addition or amandment to a written composition; a touch; as, to give some finishing strokes to an essay
stroke
A mark or dash in writing or printing; a line; the touch of a pen or pencil; as, an up stroke; a firm stroke
stroke
The rower who pulls the stroke oar; the strokesman
stroke
The result of effect of a striking; injury or affliction; soreness
stroke
row at a particular rate
stroke
The rate of succession of stroke; as, a quick stroke
stroke
An act of stroking
stroke
1 (also "shot") the act of swinging a club with the intention of striking the ball 2 the qualitative aspect of the swing (most frequently associated only with putting) Example: It took him 5 strokes to get the ball in the hole from the greenside bunker 2 The grocery clerk has an exceptional putting stroke
stroke
any one of the repeated movements of the limbs and body used for locomotion in swimming or rowing
stroke
A sudden disruption of blood flow to the brain, either by a clot or a leak in a blood vessel Also known as "brain attack "
stroke
One of a series of beats or movements against a resisting medium, by means of which movement through or upon it is accomplished; as, the stroke of a bird's wing in flying, or an oar in rowing, of a skater, swimmer, etc
stroke
(sports) the act of swinging or striking at a ball with a club or racket or bat or cue or hand; "it took two strokes to get out of the bunker"; "a good shot require good balance and tempo"; "he left me an almost impossible shot"
stroke
emphasis If someone does not do a stroke of work, they are very lazy and do no work at all. I never did a stroke of work at college. or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) Sudden impairment of brain function due to hypoxia, which may cause death of brain tissue. Hypertension, atherosclerosis, smoking, high cholesterol, diabetes, old age, atrial fibrillation, and genetic defects are risk factors. Strokes due to thrombosis (the most common cause), embolism, or arterial spasm, which cause ischemia (reduced blood supply), must be distinguished from those due to hemorrhage (bleeding), which are usually severe and often fatal. Depending on its site in the brain, a stroke's effects may include aphasia, ataxia, local paralysis, and/or disorders of one or more senses. A massive stroke can produce one-sided paralysis, inability to speak, coma, or death within hours or days. Anticoagulants can arrest strokes caused by clots but worsen those caused by bleeding. If the cause is closure of the major artery to the brain, surgery may clear or bypass the obstruction. Rehabilitation and speech therapy should begin within two days to retain and restore as much function as possible, since survivors may live many more years. Transient ischemic attacks ("mini strokes"), with short-term loss of function, result from blockage of blood flow to small areas. They tend to recur and may worsen, leading to multi-infarct dementia or stroke
stroke
A gentle, caressing touch or movement upon something; a stroking
stroke
Impeded blood supply to some part of the brain
stroke
(Otomotiv) The vertical distance that the piston moves as it travels from the top to the bottom or from the bottom to the top of the cylinder. See also bore and four-stroke power cycle
stroke
The movement, in either direction, of the piston plunger, piston rod, crosshead, etc
stroke
touch lightly and with affection, with brushing motions; "He stroked his long beard"
stroke
The strokes of a pen or brush are the movements or marks that you make with it when you are writing or painting. Fill in gaps by using short, upward strokes of the pencil
stroke
The hitting of a ball with a racket, or the movement of the racket and arm that produces that impact
stroke
bowstroke; the articulation of the fiddle bow in a single direction to play a note or group of notes
stroke
(also called cerebral vascular accident or CVA) Impaired artery blood flow to the brain that can result in permanent speaking, moving and visual problems
stroke
any one of the repeated movements of the limbs and body used for locomotion in swimming or rowing a mark made by a writing implement (as in cursive writing) the oarsman nearest the stern of the shell who sets the pace for the rest of the crew a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain treat gingerly or carefully; "You have to stroke the boss"
stroke
A sudden and often severe problem in the nervous system, usually caused either by blood flow to part of the brain being obstructed (blood clot) or by bleeding into the brain
stroke
a light touch
stroke
A swimming stroke is a particular style or method of swimming. She spent hours practising the breast stroke
stroke
as of a steam engine or a pump, in which these parts have a reciprocating motion; as, the forward stroke of a piston; also, the entire distance passed through, as by a piston, in such a movement; as, the piston is at half stroke
stroke
A stroke of luck or good fortune is something lucky that happens. It didn't rain, which turned out to be a stroke of luck
stroke
A thrust of a piston
stroke
{f} hit, beat; mark with a short line, cross out; caress, brush lightly
stroke
A streak of paint made with a brush
stroke
{i} blow, whipping; (Medicine) apoplexy, sudden stoppage of blood flow to the brain; method of swimming (i.e. backstroke, etc.); light touch, caress; mark left by a writing implement
stroke
The action of hitting the ball with the bat; a shot
stroke
In professional wrestling, backstage influence
stroke
In croquet, etc
stroke
Struck
stroke
A sudden disruption in the flow of blood in the brain that may cause damage
stroke
a mark made by a writing implement (as in cursive writing)
stroke
A single act of striking with a weapon
stroke
A type of cerebrovascular disease that is caused by a sudden interruption of blood flow to a part of the brain, which can kill or damage brain cells A brain attack
stroke
The movement of an oar or paddle through water, either the pull which actually propels the vessel or a single entire cycle of movement including the pull
stroke
A single act of striking at the ball with a club
stroke
A "stroke" is the forward movement of the club made with the intention of fairly striking at and moving the ball, but if a player checks his downswing voluntarily before it reaches the ball he is deemed not to have made a stroke
stroke
A line drawn with a pen or pencil
stroke
the oarsman nearest the stern of the shell who sets the pace for the rest of the crew
stroke
If someone has a stroke, a blood vessel in their brain bursts or becomes blocked, which may kill them or make them unable to move one side of their body. He had a minor stroke in 1987, which left him partly paralysed
stroke
To make smooth by rubbing
stroke
Blood flowing under too much pressure through arteries can damage them Over time, this damage can increase the risk of plaque forming in arteries An artery that supplies oxygen-rich blood to the heart or the brain can become completely blocked Without oxygen, heart or brain tissue begins to die The result is called a stroke
stroke
damage to part of the brain that happens when the blood vessels supplying that part are blocked, such as when the blood vessels are clogged with fats (a condition sometimes called hardening of the arteries)
stroke
The striking of the clock to tell the hour
stroke
The oar nearest the stern of a boat, by which the other oars are guided; - - called also stroke oar
stroke
A stroke of genius or inspiration is a very good idea that someone suddenly has. At the time, his appointment seemed a stroke of genius
stroke
a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
stroke
To row the stroke oar of; as, to stroke a boat
stroke
a violent or hostile attack made with the arm or hand, or with an instrument or weapon
stroke
also known as a cerebrovascular accident (CVA); caused by a lack of blood to the brain, resulting in the sudden loss of speech, language, or the ability to move a body part, and, if severe enough, death
stroke
If you stroke someone or something, you move your hand slowly and gently over them. Carla, curled up on the sofa, was smoking a cigarette and stroking her cat She walked forward and embraced him and stroked his tousled white hair
stroke
Power; influence
stroke
treat gingerly or carefully; "You have to stroke the boss"
stroke
To strike
stroke
strike a ball with a smooth blow row at a particular rate touch lightly and with affection, with brushing motions; "He stroked his long beard
stroke
In sports such as tennis, baseball, cricket, and golf, a stroke is the action of hitting the ball. Compton was sending the ball here, there, and everywhere with each stroke
stroke
The act of striking; a blow; a hit; a knock; esp
stroke
A throb or beat, as of the heart
stroke
a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information
stroke
Sudden, severe blockage or rupture of a blood vessel in the brain, cutting off blood supply to a portion of the brain and resulting in loss of consciousness, paralysis, or other symptoms depending on what part of the brain is affected
stroke
a single complete movement
stroke
two meanings, a part of the rowing action OR the person sitting at the stern who sets the pace for the rest of the crew
stroke
To move the hand over the surface of (something) in one direction
stroke
The symbol "/"
stroke of genius
bright idea, ingenuous invention
stroke of luck
single act of luck
stroke volume
the amount of blood ejected by either ventricle during one contraction
stroke volume
The amount of blood pushed into the aorta with each beat of the heart Press the "back" button to return to where you came from
stroke volume
volume of blood (physiologically = 70 cc) expelled from the left ventricle with each contraction (systole)
stroke volume
The volume of blood ejected from either the left or the right ventricle per cardiac cycle
stroke volume
Stroke volume is the volume of blood - normally about 70 ml - ejected from the heart into the aorta during the contraction of the ventricles (systole)
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A sudden disruption of blood flow to the brain, either by a clot or a leak in a blood vessel Also known as "brain attack "
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any one of the repeated movements of the limbs and body used for locomotion in swimming or rowing
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two meanings, a part of the rowing action OR the person sitting at the stern who sets the pace for the rest of the crew
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A "stroke" is the forward movement of the club made with the intention of fairly striking at and moving the ball, but if a player checks his downswing voluntarily before it reaches the ball he is deemed not to have made a stroke
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A sudden disruption in the flow of blood in the brain that may cause damage
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a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information
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A sudden and often severe problem in the nervous system, usually caused either by blood flow to part of the brain being obstructed (blood clot) or by bleeding into the brain
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row at a particular rate
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The arm and hand motion during the act of delivery over the foul line
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Blood flowing under too much pressure through arteries can damage them Over time, this damage can increase the risk of plaque forming in arteries An artery that supplies oxygen-rich blood to the heart or the brain can become completely blocked Without oxygen, heart or brain tissue begins to die The result is called a stroke
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a mark made by a writing implement (as in cursive writing)
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the sudden disruption of blood flow to the brain
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(also called cerebral vascular accident or CVA) Impaired artery blood flow to the brain that can result in permanent speaking, moving and visual problems
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1 (also "shot") the act of swinging a club with the intention of striking the ball 2 the qualitative aspect of the swing (most frequently associated only with putting) Example: It took him 5 strokes to get the ball in the hole from the greenside bunker 2 The grocery clerk has an exceptional putting stroke
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(sports) the act of swinging or striking at a ball with a club or racket or bat or cue or hand; "it took two strokes to get out of the bunker"; "a good shot require good balance and tempo"; "he left me an almost impossible shot"
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Sudden, severe blockage or rupture of a blood vessel in the brain, cutting off blood supply to a portion of the brain and resulting in loss of consciousness, paralysis, or other symptoms depending on what part of the brain is affected
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touch lightly and with affection, with brushing motions; "He stroked his long beard"
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treat gingerly or carefully; "You have to stroke the boss"
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bowstroke; the articulation of the fiddle bow in a single direction to play a note or group of notes
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A type of cerebrovascular disease that is caused by a sudden interruption of blood flow to a part of the brain, which can kill or damage brain cells A brain attack
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a single complete movement
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Impeded blood supply to some part of the brain
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Disease caused by damage to blood vessels in the brain Depending on the part of the brain affected, a stroke can cause a person to lose the ability to speak or move a part of the body such as an arm or a leg Usually only one side of the body is affected See also: Cerebrovascular disease
stroke-
a light touch with the hands
stroke-
-A medical event that results from sudden blockage of the blood supply to the brain The blockage may destroy brain tissue, thereby producing paralysis, loss of speech, loss of consciousness, or other serious abnormalities of the nervous system, on one side of the body
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also known as a cerebrovascular accident (CVA); caused by a lack of blood to the brain, resulting in the sudden loss of speech, language, or the ability to move a body part, and, if severe enough, death
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the oarsman nearest the stern of the shell who sets the pace for the rest of the crew
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condition caused by damage to blood vessels in the brain; may cause loss of ability to speak or to move parts of the body
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a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
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Loss of muscle function, vision, sensation, or speech resulting from brain cell damage caused by either an insufficient supply of blood to part of the brain, often due to blockage or narrowing of the arteries supplying blood to the brain, or a hemorrhage The hemorrhage may involve bleeding into the brain itself or the space around the brain
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a light touch
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The maximum distance the piston travels from the top of the cylinder (at TDC) to the bottom of the cylinder (at BDC), measured in inches or millimeters The stroke is determined by the design of the crankshaft (the length of the stroke arm)
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damage to part of the brain that happens when the blood vessels supplying that part are blocked, such as when the blood vessels are clogged with fats (a condition sometimes called hardening of the arteries)
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the maximum movement available to a pivoted or reciprocating piece by a cam
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The gain achieved by the player who wins a rally, either in the course of play or on award by the Referee, and which results in either the scoring of a point or change of hand
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Also called a "brain attack" and happens when brain cells die because of inadequate blood flow 20% of cases are a hemorrhage in the brain caused by a rupture or leakage from a blood vessel 80% of cases are also know as a "schemic stroke", or the formation of a blood clot in a vessel supplying blood to the brain
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A sudden loss of function of a part of the brain as a result of the interruption of its blood supply by a blocked artery (cerebral thrombosis) or by a burst artery (cerebral hemorrhage)
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A sudden decrease or stopping of blood flow in an artery of the brain sufficient to cause damage to the brain tissue These occur infrequently following cardiopulmonary bypass (open heart operations) and most likely result from obstruction of a small blood vessel or blood vessels by clots or debris, or from air embolization Children and young adults with persistent cyanosis (right to left shunting through atrial or ventricular septal defects) are at continued higher risk from embolism from intravenous catheters Other Articles in This Section Associated Conditions Cath Lab Procedures Imaging Techniques Medical Personnel /Services New Strategies / Techniques Surgical Complications Surgical Procedures Your feedback is very important! Please e-mail us with any questions or comments about this article
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strike a ball with a smooth blow
swimming stroke
a method of moving the arms and legs to push against the water and propel the swimmer forward
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