listen to the pronunciation of unstable
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} istikrarsız

Tom son derece istikrarsız. - Tom is extremely unstable.

Suriye'deki istikrarsız güvenlik durumu Türkiye'yi de etkilemektedir. - The unstable security situation in Syria also affects Turkey.


Tom bana Mary'nin duygusal yönden kararsız olduğunu söyledi. - Tom told me Mary was emotionally unstable.

Tom'un kararsız olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think Tom is unstable.

sabit olmayan
{s} değişken
stabil olmayan
(Tıp) unstabil
(Tıp) dayanıksız

O aklen dengesiz ve muhtemelen bir katil. - She's mentally unstable and probably a killer.

Ödeme sistemleri narin ve dengesizdir - Nakit daha güvenlidir. - Payment systems are delicate and unstable - Cash is safer.

(Tıp) Çabuk inhilal eden veya değişen (katışık)
{s} güvenilmez
{s} sağlam olmayan
{s} kim. instabil, kararsız
{s} oynak
unstable angina
(Tıp) kararsız angina
unstable equilibrium
(Fizik) kararsız denge durumu
unstable system
(Bilgisayar) kararsız dizge
unstable system
kararsız sistem
unstable equilibrium
kararsız denge
unstable state
oynak durum
unstable state
kararsız durum
unstable and evaporates easily
kararsız ve kolayca buharlaşarak havaya
unstable by being overloaded at the top
tarafından kararsız üstündeki aşırı olmak
unstable phase
dengesiz faz
unstable temperament
kararsız mizaç
unstable bloc system
(Politika, Siyaset) istikrarsız blok sistemi
unstable carbide
dengesiz karbür
unstable compound
dayanıksız bileşik
unstable environment
kararsız ortam
unstable ground
kararsız zemin
unstable isotope
unstable material
uygun olmayan malzeme
unstable nucleus
(Nükleer Bilimler) kararsız çekirdek
unstable nuclide
(Nükleer Bilimler) kararsız çekirdek
unstable sand
kararsız kum
unstable sand
oynak kum
unstable slope
stabil olmayan şev
unstable slope
duraysız şev
unstable soil
(İnşaat) kararsız zemin
unstable state
kararsız hal
unstable structural member
dengesiz öğe
unstable system
kararsiz sistem
unstable weather
(Tarım) kararsız hava
{s} kararsız
{s} dönek
mentally unstable
akıl sağlığı yerinde olmayan
as unstable as
kadar hareketli
become unstable
make unstable
sağlam olmayan bir hale getir
as unstable as
gibi hareketli
to be unstable
dengesiz olmak
equilibrium unstable
kararsız denge
{s} maymun iştahlı
{s} (aşkta) vefasız, hercai
{s} fırdöndü, hercai, değişken; kaypak, dönek
{s} değişken

Moda değişken bir şeydir. - Fashion is a fickle thing.

Şöhretler gelip geçici. Sadakatler değişken. Yönetim ekipleri gittikçe elemanlarından daha kopuk. - Reputations are volatile. Loyalties are fickle. Management teams are increasingly disconnected from their staff.

fickleness döneklik
Englisch - Englisch
having a strong tendency to change
Radioactive, especially with a short half-life
fluctuating; not constant
Readily decompasable
{a} not fixed, inconstant, irresolute
A structure that lacks stability
the condition of a system which amplifies a particular type of imposed disturbance, the type of instability depending on the type of disturbance, e g convective, dynamic and baroclinic
highly or violently reactive; "sensitive and highly unstable compounds"
lacking stability or fixity or firmness; "unstable political conditions"; "the tower proved to be unstable in the high wind"; "an unstable world economy
affording no ease or reassurance; "a precarious truce"
You can describe something as unstable if it is likely to change suddenly, especially if this creates difficulty or danger. After the fall of Pitt in 1801 there was a decade of unstable government The situation is unstable and potentially dangerous. stable
when a chemical is unstable it means that the chemical can change into other chemicals easily, or react with other substances Ozone is unstable and it can react with our lungs to damage the tissues (Back to Ozone Action! Days)
suffering from severe mental illness; "of unsound mind"
Unstable objects are likely to move or fall. Both clay and sandstone are unstable rock formations. stable
Erratic or intermittent EDMing See also HUNTING
highly or violently reactive; "sensitive and highly unstable compounds" disposed to psychological variability; "his rather unstable religious convictions" lacking stability or fixity or firmness; "unstable political conditions"; "the tower proved to be unstable in the high wind"; "an unstable world economy
Tending toward decomposition or other unwanted chemical change during normal handling or storage
A chemical that in the pure state, or as produced or transported, will vigorously polymerize, decompose, condense, or will become self-reactive under conditions of shocks, pressure, or temperature
If people are unstable, their emotions and behaviour keep changing because their minds are disturbed or upset. He was emotionally unstable stable
A chemical that, in its pure state or as commercially produced, will react vigorously in some hazardous way under shock conditions (i e , dropping), certain temperatures, or pressures
{s} unsteady, insecure, shaky; changeable, unpredictable
a chemical which is the pure state, or as produced or transported, will vigorously polymerize, decompose, condense, or will become self-reactive under conditions of shocks, pressure or temperature
Not stable; not firm, fixed, or constant; subject to change or overthrow
Likely to change
Matter that is capable of undergoing spontaneous change, as in a radioactive nuclide or an excited nuclear system An unstable particle is any elementary particle that spontaneously decays into other particles
An isotope that is radioactive and gives off radioactivity until stability is reached
subject to change; variable; "a fluid situation fraught with uncertainty"; "everything was unstable following the coup"
disposed to psychological variability; "his rather unstable religious convictions"
also see
unstable angina
Progressive increase in the number, severity, or duration of chest pain episodes or a new episode that is brought on by physical activity or that occurs at rest; frightening and disabling condition that can lead to a heart attack; type of chest pain that is more intense, lasts longer, is brought on by less effort, occurs at rest, or is a combination of these factors and is triggered by decreased blood flow to an area of the heart due to a change in a lesion Unstable angina requires hospitalization and treatment because approximately one-third of patients will suffer a heart attack within three months of an episode
unstable angina
chest pain that occurs even when subject is at rest; an indication of progressive coronary artery occlusion, often a precursor to myocardial infarction
unstable angina
Severe and unpredictable angina in which the severity, frequency, or length of angina attacks suddenly increases Attacks may occur during periods of exercise or rest It results from the sudden or complete blockage of an artery in the heart Unstable angina is part of acute coronary syndrome
unstable equilibrium
condition in which a system went off balance and is not likely to regain stability
mentally unstable
easily shaken, susceptible to mental breakdowns
{i} lack of stability, lack of steadiness
In an unstable manner
without stability, in a manner that is not steady