tonic

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Englisch - Türkisch
tonik

Ben bir votka tonik alabilir miyim? - Can I get a vodka tonic?

Tom elinde bir cin ve tonikle odanın köşesinde durdu. - Tom stood in the corner of the room with a gin and tonic in his hand.

güçlendirici
kuvvet verici ilaç
(Biyokimya) gergili
(Muzik) dizinin ilk derecesi
kuvvet ilacı
güçlendirici şey
Ses veya ses perdelerine ait
(müzik) ana nota, baş nota
(dilbilgisi) vurgulu
(dilbilgisi) vurgulu ses
Devamlı gerginlik sağlayan kuvvet ilacı, tonik
Vücudu kuvvetlendirici. 1
İçilecek soda
Kuvvet verici
Vücudu kuvvetlendirici ilaç
vücudu kuvvetlendirici
{i} uyarıcı etki
{s} kuvvetlendiren
{i} müz. tonik
ana nota
{i} (bazı içkilere katılan) tonik
{s} kasları geren
resimde gölge ve ışık veya renk etkisinetonic accent kelime telaffu
{i} vurgulu ses
baş nota
{i} esas nota
(Tıp) Devamlı gerginlik sağlayan kuvvet ilacı, tonikler
{s} canlandırıcı
{s} vurgulu
{s} ton ile ilgili
içilecek soda
vurgulamak
tonic spasm
tonik kas gerilimi
tonic water
tonik

Ben tonikli votka istiyorum. - I want vodka with tonic water.

tonic immobility
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Bazı hayvanların tehdit veya tehlike karşısında hiç hareket etmediği geçici, tam hareketsizlik durumu; ölü taklidi yapmaları
tonic chord
akord
tonic immobility
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tonik hareketsizlik
tonic pupil
(Tıp) tonik pupilla
tonic reflex
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tonik refleks
gin and tonic
cin tonik

Cin tonik yapmak için neye ihtiyacın var? - What do you need to make gin and tonic?

Bir cin tonikin bileşenleri nelerdir? - What are the constituents of a gin and tonic?

hair tonic
saç tonik
pep tonic
moral verici tonik
restorative, tonic
Tonik restoratif
sub-tonic
alt-tonik
i'll have a gin and tonic
cin tonik rica ediyorum
Englisch - Englisch
The triad built on the tonic note
The first note of a scale
Tonic water
Restorative, curative or invigorating

The arrival of the new members had a tonic effect on the team.

Any of various carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages; soda pop
Pertaining to the keynote of a composition
A drink intended to restore or invigorate

We used to brew a tonic from a particular kind of root.

Pertaining to the accent or stress in a word or in speech
Pertaining to tension, especially of muscles

Out in front and across the street, Doc noted half a dozen or so young men, not loitering or doing substances but poised and tonic, as if waiting for some standing order to take effect.

{a} of or relating to sounds, extended, elastic
{n} a medicin to increase strength
Strengthens or invigorates the systems
(music) the first note of a diatonic scale
a medicine that strengthens and invigorates
" Of or pertaining to tension; increasing tension; hence, increasing strength; as, tonic power
relating to or being the keynote of a major or minor scale; "tonic harmony"
A medicine that increases the strength, and gives vigor of action to the system
of or relating to or producing normal tone or tonus in muscles or tissue; "a tonic reflex"; "tonic muscle contraction"
The key center, or foundation of, a scale or melody
The defining note of a scale or key center
James Rush (1833)
The key tone, or first tone of any scale
imparting vitality and energy; "the bracing mountain air"
A substance taken to strengthen and prevent disease, especially chronic disease Improves function of an organ or tissue A product that nurtures enlivens and/or returns the normal tone to an organ or tissue (like skin)
The first note of a scale; the keynote
the first note of the major and minor scales, and the chords and keys rooted on that note
herbs that promote the functions of the systems of the body
A [drink] intended to restore or invigorate
Tonic or tonic water is a colourless fizzy drink that has a slightly bitter flavour and is often mixed with alcoholic drinks, especially gin. Keeler sipped at his gin and tonic. low-calorie tonics
A preparation used to invigorate and restore the body and used on a daily basis (i e nettles)
of or relating to or producing normal tone or tonus in muscles or tissue; "a tonic reflex"; "tonic muscle contraction
generally improves the systems of the body
A tonic is a medicine that makes you feel stronger, healthier, and less tired. Britons are spending twice as much on health tonics as they were five years ago
used of syllables; "a tonic syllables carries the main stress in a word"
brain, muscle, or autonomic events, which are continuous   Usually refers to continuous activity (e g muscle atonia) during REM sleep
lime- or lemon-flavored carbonated water containing quinine
often used in traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic medicine, tonics are often taken as a preventative measure to nurture and enliven
Of or relating to tones or sounds; specifically Phon
The first note of the scale Keynote See Root
The note upon which a scale or key is based; the first note of a scale or key; the keynote Search Google com for Tonic
a remedy that tones a specific organ, group of organs, or the internal systems as a whole
Increasing strength, or the tone of the animal system; obviating the effects of debility, and restoring healthy functions
Characterized by continuous muscular contraction; as, tonic convulsions
applied to, or distingshing, a speech sound made with tone unmixed and undimmed by obstruction, such sounds, namely, the vowels and diphthongs, being so called by Dr
employing variations in pitch to distinguish meanings of otherwise similar words; "Chinese is a tonal language"
The first and principal note of a key, serving as a point of departure and return
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Enlivens and strengthens body parts
Aids in strengthening an organ or whole body
The first note of a key Also, the name of the chord built on the first degree of the scale, indicated by I in a major key or i in a minor key
Carbonated water that is sometimes flavored with fruit extracts, sugar, and a small amount of quinine, a bitter alkaloid Tonic water is popular as a mixer It is also called "quinine water "
Affects all systems due to its ability to invigorate and strengthen all systems and organs A tonic may be for a specific system such as "digestive tonic" or a specific tissue such as "cardiac tonic "
An agent to maintain or restore health in one organ system or the whole body
James Rush (1833) " from their forming the purest and most plastic material of intonation
Of or pertaining to tension; increasing tension; hence, increasing strength; as, tonic power
{i} medicine or agent that strengthens and invigorates, something that restores and refreshes; preparation for the hair and scalp
tonal center, or first degree of the diatonic scale Most of the tunes in this collection end on the tonic, although a few end on the dominant or are "circular "
a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
Any of various carbonated, non-alcoholic beverages
{s} restorative, bracing, invigorating; based on the first tone of a scale (Music); relating to tone or accent
from their forming the purest and most plastic material of intonation
A tonic is anything that makes you feel stronger, more cheerful, or more enthusiastic. Seeing Marcus at that moment was a great tonic = boost
A tonic element or letter; a vowel or a diphthong
The key note, or first degree of the scale (Doh)
The Tonic refers to the root pitch of the musical selection in question It is the first note of a scale and the pitch on which the I chord is built
a medicine that strengthens and invigorates (music) the first note of a diatonic scale lime- or lemon-flavored carbonated water containing quinine used of syllables; "a tonic syllables carries the main stress in a word"
tonical
tonic water
A carbonated beverage containing quinine, which is a medicine. It is used to make gin and tonic, a primarily recreational drink

Tonic water's active ingredient is quinine, a chemical compound derived from the bark of the cinchona tree, native to South America. This alkaloid has long been known to relieve the pain and fever of malaria and other tropical diseases, making it a staple tonic in warm-weather countries.

tonic waters
plural form of tonic water
tonic immobility
Tonic immobility is a natural state of paralysis that animals enter, in most cases when presented with a threat
tonic accent
A stress produced by a change, especially a rise, in pitch as distinguished from increased volume. Also called pitch accent
tonic accent
emphasis that results from pitch rather than loudness
tonic epilepsy
epilepsy in which the body is rigid during the seizure
tonic key
the basic key in which a piece of music is written
tonic sol-fa
A system of notation that is based on relationships between tones in a key and that replaces the usual staff notation with solmization syllables, such as do, re, and mi, or their abbreviations
tonic solfa
a system of solmization using the solfa syllables: do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti
tonic water
A carbonated beverage flavored with quinine. Also called quinine water, tonic
gin and tonic
A glass of the above

The bartender served them a each a gin and tonic on the rocks.

gin and tonic
A simple cocktail made from gin and tonic water, often served on ice and with a slice of lemon

She drank gin and tonic by preference.

vodka tonic
An alcoholic beverage made with vodka and tonic water
A tonic
digestive
bitter tonic
{i} tonic with a bitter taste that acts by invigorating the appetite and improving digestion
gin and tonic
an alcoholic drink made with gin and tonic (=a special type of bitter-tasting water) , served with ice and a thin piece of lemon or lime
gin and tonic
gin and quinine water
tonically
vocally, acoustically
tonics
plural of tonic
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von tonic im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

kuvvet ilacı tonic
(a medicine)
tonic
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