vigil

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} gece nöbet tutma
(Tıp) vijil
nöbet tutma

Sürekli nöbet tutmalıyız. - We must maintain a constant vigil.

{i} uyanık kalma
(nöbet/vb.için) geceleyin uyumama
uyanık olma

Sen uyanık olmak zorundasın. - You have to be vigilant.

Tom ve Mary uyanık olmalı. - Tom and Mary need to be vigilant.

akşam ve gece ibadetleri
arife/uyanıklık
{i} çoğ. arife gecesi yerine getirilen ibadetler
{i} gece uyumama
{i} gece ibadeti
{i} arife
{i} gece nöbeti
vigilance
uyanıklık

Hayatta başarı, çalışkanlık ve uyanıklık içinde yatar. - Success in life lies in diligence and vigilance.

vigilant
{s} açıkgöz
vigilant
uyanık

Tom ve Mary uyanık olmalı. - Tom and Mary need to be vigilant.

Uyanık olmak zorundayız. - We have to be vigilant.

vigilance
{i} dikkatli olma
vigilance
{i} uyanık olma
vigilance
{i} ihtiyat
vigilant
{s} ihtiyatlı
vigilance
(Tıp) vijilans
vigilance
saklık
vigilant
tetik

Çok tetikte olamazsın. - You can't be too vigilant.

Biz tetikte kalmalıyız. - We must remain vigilant.

vigilant
tedbirli
vigilant
dikkatli
vigilant
zinde
the day before
bir gün önce

Ben onu bir gün önce kiralamıştım. - I had rented it the day before.

Bir gün önce kaybettiğim kitabı buldum. - I found the book which I had lost the day before.

vigilant
uyumayan
vigilant
tetikte

Çok tetikte olamazsın. - You can't be too vigilant.

Biz tetikte kalmalıyız. - We must remain vigilant.

a constant vigil
gece boyu uyanık kalmak
keep vigil
gece nöbeti tutmak
keep vigil
nöbet tutmak
on the vigil of
arifesinde
vigilance
uyumama
vigilance
(Askeri) UYANIKLIK, TEYAKKUZ; DİKKAT
vigilance
vigilance committee asayişi temin amacıyle kurulan kanundışı örgüt
vigilance
{i} uyanıklık, tetiklik, dikkat, ihtiyat
vigilant
(Askeri) UYANIK; MÜTEYAKKIZ
vigilantly
tedbirli bir şekilde
vigilantly
ihtiyatla
Türkisch - Türkisch
Eski Roma'da yangınlarla mücadele etmek ve geceleri şehrin güvenliğini sağlamakla görevli kimselere verilen ad
Englisch - Englisch
the eve of some religious festival in which staying awake is part of the ritual devotions
a watch kept during normal sleeping hours, especially over the body of a recently deceased or dying person
a period of observation or surveillance
{n} the eve before a holyday, watch, wake
Hence, devotional watching; waking for prayer, or other religious exercises
{i} period of wakefulness during the night (particularly for the purpose of watching or guarding); time of prayer on the eve of a religious holiday
Later, the day and the night preceding a feast
a devotional watch (especially on the eve of a religious festival) a period of sleeplessness
the day before
Originally, the watch kept on the night before a feast
a period of sleeplessness
The eve, or day before, a feast
Abstinence from sleep, whether at a time when sleep is customary or not; the act of keeping awake, or the state of being awake, or the state of being awake; sleeplessness; wakefulness; watch
A vigil is a period of time when people remain quietly in a place, especially at night, for example because they are praying or are making a political protest. Protesters are holding a twenty-four hour vigil outside the socialist party headquarters. If someone keeps a vigil or keeps vigil somewhere, they remain there quietly for a period of time, especially at night, for example because they are praying or are making a political protest. She kept a vigil at Patrick's bedside
A Roman Catholic religious service held on the eve of the funeral service
a devotional watch (especially on the eve of a religious festival)
A religious service performed in the evening preceding a feast
A sequestered period of reflection in which a person contemplates becoming a Companion of a Peerage Order
(Gr olonychtia) Spiritual exercises during the night preceding the feast day of a saint or another major feast, observed by various spiritual preparations, prayers and services
a purposeful surveillance to guard or observe
vigil light
a candle lighted by a worshiper in a church
candlelight vigil
An event that includes lighting candles, used to remember the victims in a tragedy. (Examples: Virginia Tech massacre and the September 11, 2001 attacks.)
coma vigil
A state in which the patient lies with eyes open, yet unresponsive to the outside world
vigilance
Close and continuous attention
vigilant
Watchful, especially for danger or disorder; alert; wary

Be vigilant for signs of disease in your garden.

vigilance
alert and intent mental watchfulness in guarding against danger
vigilant
being on the alert to discover and ward off danger or insure safety
vigilance
{n} watchfulness, heed, care
vigilant
{a} watchful, circumspect, diligent
vigilantly
{a} watchfully, attentively, warily
A vigil
vigily
Vigilance
vigilancy
keep vigil
be on guard, stand guard, keep watch
vigilance
The quality or state of being vigilant; forbearance of sleep; wakefulness
vigilance
vigilant attentiveness; "he keeps a weather eye open for trouble"
vigilance
Guard; watch
vigilance
{i} state of being watchful and alert (especially to the possibility of danger)
vigilance
Watchfulness in respect of danger; care; caution; circumspection
vigilance
Alert watchfulness
vigilance
careful attention that you give to what is happening, so that you will notice any danger or illegal activity
vigilance
the process of paying close and continuous attention
vigilant
{s} diligently alert and watchful (especially to the possibility of danger)
vigilant
watchful; wary; alert
vigilant
carefully observant or attentive; on the lookout for possible danger; "a policy of open-eyed awareness"; "the vigilant eye of the town watch"; "there was a watchful dignity in the room"; "a watchful parent with a toddler in tow"
vigilant
Attentive to discover and avoid danger, or to provide for safety; wakeful; watchful; circumspect; wary
vigilant
Someone who is vigilant gives careful attention to a particular problem or situation and concentrates on noticing any danger or trouble that there might be. He warned the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious = alert + vigilance vigi·lance Drugs are a problem that requires constant vigilance. giving careful attention to what is happening, so that you will notice any danger or illegal activity (present participle of vigilare , from vigil; VIGIL)
vigilantly
in a vigilant manner, watchfully, alertly
vigilantly
In a vigilant manner
vigilantly
in a watchful manner
vigils
plural of vigil
vigil

    Silbentrennung

    vig·il

    Türkische aussprache

    vîcıl

    Aussprache

    /ˈvəʤəl/ /ˈvɪʤəl/

    Etymologie

    [ 'vi-j&l ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English vigile (“a devotional watching”), from Old French vigile, from Latin vigilia (“wakefulness, watch”), from vigil (“awake”), from Proto-Indo-European *weg- (“to be strong”). Related to vigor, and more distantly compare vis and vital, from similar Proto-Indo-European roots and meanings (lively, power, life), via Latin. For use of “live, alive” in sense “watching”, compare qui vive.

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