swoon

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Englisch - Türkisch
baygın hal
{f} bayıl

Kan görünce bayılan bir hemşire istemiyorum. - I don’t want a nurse who swoons at the sight of blood.

bayılmak
üzerine baygınlık gelmek
{i} baygınlık
{f} baygınlık geçirmek
{i} bayılma
kendinden geçme
swooning
bayılma
swooning
{f} bayıl
swooning
{i} bayıltan
a fainting fit
baygınlık nöbeti. 2. (güçlü bir duygunun patlak verdiği) an: He threw it away in a fit of anger. Bir hiddet anında onu çöpe attı
swooning
bayılarak
to faint, to lose consciousness
bayılmak, bilinç kaybetmek
Englisch - Englisch
to faint, to lose consciousness
An infatuation
to be overwhelmed by emotion (especially infatuation)
A faint

I felt my strength fading away, and I was in a half swoon. How long this horrible thing lasted I know not, but it seemed that a long time must have passed before he took his foul, awful, sneering mouth away. I saw it drip with the fresh blood!.

{n} a fainting fit
{v} to faint, to sicken
{f} faint, pass out, temporarily lose consciousness; enter into a state of hysterical ecstasy
If you swoon, you are strongly affected by your feelings for someone you love or admire very much. Virtually every woman in the '20s swooned over Valentino The ladies shriek and swoon at his every word
A fainting fit; syncope
{i} faint, blackout, temporary loss of consciousness; ecstatic or rapturous state
To sink into a fainting fit, in which there is an apparent suspension of the vital functions and mental powers; to faint; often with away
pass out from weakness, physical or emotional distress due to a loss of blood supply to the brain
a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain
swown
swound
A swoon
swough
swooned
past of swoon
swooning
from Swoon, v
swooning
present participle of swoon
swooning
weak and likely to lose consciousness; "suddenly felt faint from the pain"; "was sick and faint from hunger"; "felt light in the head"; "a swooning fit"; "light-headed with wine"; "light-headed from lack of sleep"
swoons
third-person singular of swoon
swoon

    Türkische aussprache

    swun

    Aussprache

    /ˈswo͞on/ /ˈswuːn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'swün ] (intransitive verb.) 13th century. From Middle English swownen, swonen (“to faint”), and Middle English aswoune (“in a swoon”), both ultimately from Old English ġeswōgen (“insensible, senseless, dead”), past participle of swōgan (“to make a sound, overrun, suffocate”) (compare Old English āswōgan (“to cover over, overcome”)), from Proto-Germanic *swōganan (“to make a noise”), from Proto-Indo-European *swāghe- (“to shout”). Cognate with Low Saxon swogen (“to sigh, groan”), Dutch zwoegen (“to groan, breathe heavily”), Norwegian dialectal søgja (“to whistle, hum, talk loudly”). More at sough.

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