distract

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} dikkatini dağıtmak
{f} dikkatini başka yöne çekmek, dikkatini dağıtmak: Don't distract me. Beni meşgul etme
zihni veya ilgiyi başka tarafa çekmek
(dikkatini) dağıtmak
işinden alıkoymak
uzaklaştırmak
aklını başından almak
dikkatini başka yöne çekmek
karışıklık
dikkati dağıtmak
çılgınlık
(dikkatini) başka yöne çevirmek
dağıtmak
meşgul etmek
(işinden) alıkoymak
dağıt

O, Tom'un dikkatini dağıtırken onun erkek arkadaşı onun cüzdanını çaldı. - While she distracted Tom, her boyfriend stole his wallet.

Lütfen işimi yaparken dikkatimi dağıtma. - Please don't distract me from my work.

dağit
{f} avutmak
aklı başında olmayan
{f} aklını karıştırmak
{f} delirtmek (Argo)
{f} rahatsız etmek
distracted şaşırmış
rahatsız et/karıştır
aklını başından al,dağıt
{f} başka tarafa çekmek
{f} şaşırtmak
dikkat dağıtmak
delirtmek
distraction
{i} dikkatin dağılması
distract from
dikkatini dağıtabilir
distract oneself
oyalanamak
distract the opponent
(Spor) rakibini şaşırtmak
distraction
eğlence

Bir eğlenceye ihtiyacım var. - I need a distraction.

distraction
dikkati başka tarafa çekme
distracted
{s} (by) (-den dolayı) dikkati dağılmış
distracting
dikkat dağıtan
distraction
çılgınlık
distraction
{i} oyalanma

Ben bir oyalanma istiyorum. - I want a distraction.

distracted
aklı başından alınmış
distraction
dikkati dağıtan şey
distraction
dikkatini başka yöne çekme
distraction
(Tıp) distraksiyon
distraction
oyalayıcı şey
distraction
gırgır
distraction
delicesine
distracted
telaşlı

Tom Mary'nin biraz telaşlı göründüğünü fark etti. - Tom noticed that Mary seemed a little distracted.

distracted
{f} dağıt

Tom'un Mary tarafından dikkati dağıtıldı. - Tom was distracted by Mary.

Benim dışarıda bu protestocular tarafından dikkatim dağıtıldı. - I was distracted by those protesters outside.

distracted
kafası karışmış
distraction
ilgi dağıtıcı şey
distraction
dikkatini dağıtma
distraction
vakit geçirecek şey
distraction
dikkat dağıtıcı şey
distracted
{f} dağit
distracted
ilgisini çekmek,dikkatini o yöne vermek
to distract
rahatsız etmek için
distracted
kendinden geçmiş

Mary Tom'dan şarap şişesini açmasını istedi ve sonra kendinden geçmişken onu öptü. - Mary asked Tom to open the wine bottle and then kissed him while he was distracted.

Bugün kendinden geçmiş görünüyorsun. - You seem distracted today.

distracted
rahatsız et/karıştır
distracted
çılgın
distracted
şaşırmış

Tom biraz şaşırmış görünüyordu. - Tom looked a little distracted.

Ben oldukça şaşırmıştım. - I've been pretty distracted.

distracted
deli

Tom oldukça deli görünüyordu. - Tom looked pretty distracted.

Tom hafiften deli gibi görünüyordu. - Tom seems slightly distracted.

distracted
{s} şaşkına dönmüş
distracted
{s} with -den dolayı deliye dönmüş
distracted
{s} çok endişeli

Tom çok endişeli görünüyordu. - Tom seemed distracted.

Biraz çok endişeli görünüyorsun. - You seem a little distracted.

distracted
{f} aklını başından al: adj.aklı başından alınmış
distractedly
telaşlı bir şekilde
distractibility
(Tıp) Dikkatini bir şeye verebilme yeteneğinin kaybolması ile karakterize olan psikolojik bir durum
distraction
zihni dağıtan şey
distraction
kurcalama
distraction
{i} avuntu
distraction
oyalama
distraction
delilik
distraction
telaş/rahatsızlık
İngilizce - İngilizce
To divert the attention of

The crowd was distracted by a helicopter hovering over the stadium when the only goal of the game was scored.

{f} disturb, confuse, worry; divert, amuse; draw one's attention away
{v} to make made, perplex, vex, divide
If something distracts you or your attention from something, it takes your attention away from it. Tom admits that playing video games sometimes distracts him from his homework Don't let yourself be distracted by fashionable theories A disturbance in the street distracted my attention. to take someone's attention away from something by making them look at or listen to something else (distractus, past participle of distrahere )
To agitate by conflicting passions, or by a variety of motives or of cares; to confound; to harass
draw someone's attention away from something; "The thief distracted the bystanders"; "He deflected his competitors
draw someone's attention away from something; "The thief distracted the bystanders"; "He deflected his competitors"
To draw apart or away; to divide; to disjoin
To draw (the sight, mind, or attention) in different directions; to perplex; to confuse; as, to distract the eye; to distract the attention
Separated; drawn asunder
To unsettle the reason of; to render insane; to craze; to madden; most frequently used in the participle, distracted
Insane; mad
disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
distract from
divert attention from, sidetrack
distracted
distraught
distracted
having one's attention diverted; preoccupied
distracted
Simple past tense and past participle of distract
distractibility
The ease with which a person's concentration can be interfered with by external stimulation or by irrelevant thoughts
distraction
The process of being distracted

We have to reduce distraction in class if we want students to achieve good results.

distraction
Perturbation; disorder; disturbance; confusion

It's true that the Copernican Systeme introduceth distraction in the universe of Aristotle.

distraction
Something that distracts

Poking one's eye is a good distraction from a hurting toe.

distraction
Mental disorder; a deranged state of mind; insanity

The incessant nightmares drove him to distraction.

distracted
{a} a mad, wild, confused, divided
distractible
{a} that may be drawn off or aside
distraction
{n} madness, confusion, separation
Distracted
distraughted
Distracted
forstraught
Distracting
distractful
To distract
divert
distracted
affected with madness or insanity; "a man who had gone mad"
distracted
{s} preoccupied; confused and agitated
distracted
Mentally disordered; unsettled; mad
distracted
having the attention diverted especially because of anxiety
distracted
If you are distracted, you are not concentrating on something because you are worried or are thinking about something else. She had seemed curiously distracted + distractedly dis·tract·ed·ly He looked up distractedly. `Be with you in a second.'. anxious and unable to think clearly
distractedly
In a distracted manner
distractedly
in a distracted manner, without one's full attention; confusedly, in an agitated manner
distractedly
Disjointedly; madly
distractedly
in a distracted manner; "`Come in,' he said distractedly
distractedly
in a distracted manner; "`Come in,' he said distractedly"
distractibility
The shifting of attention from the task at hand to sounds, sights, and other stimuli that normally occur in the environment
distractibility
attention that is easily removed away from the task
distractibility
attention is frequently drawn to irrelevant external stimuli
distractibility
Inability to concentrate or attend to the task on hand; inattentiveness
distractibility
The ease with which a persons concentration can be interfered with by external stimulation or by irrelevant thoughts
distractibility
Attention drawn too frequently to unimportant or irrelevant external stimuli Example: While being interviewed, a subject's attention is repeatedly drawn to noise from an adjoining office, a book that is on a shelf or the interviewer's school ring
distractibility
{i} ability to be disturbed, confusability; ability to be diverted or sidetracked
distractible
Capable of being drawn aside or distracted
distracting
present participle of distract
distracting
If you say that something is distracting, you mean that it makes it difficult for you to concentrate properly on what you are doing. It's distracting to have someone watching me while I work
distracting
{s} diverting from; drawing one's attention away; disturbing the intellect
distracting
Tending or serving to distract
distraction
A distraction is an activity which is intended to entertain and amuse you. Their national distraction is going to the disco. = diversion
distraction
an obstacle to attention
distraction
A pain relief method that takes the attention away from the pain
distraction
The cognitive strategy of focusing attention on stimuli other than pain or negative emotions that accompany pain
distraction
the act of distracting; drawing someone's attention away from something; "conjurers are experts at misdirection"
distraction
A distraction is something that turns your attention away from something you want to concentrate on. Total concentration is required with no distractions
distraction
That which diverts attention; a diversion
distraction
A diversity of direction; detachment
distraction
{i} something that distracts, something that entertains, diversion; disturbance, something that causes agitation or worry
distraction
Confusion of affairs; tumult; disorder; as, political distractions
distraction
mental turmoil; "he drives me to distraction"
distraction
The act of distracting; a drawing apart; separation
distraction
A pain control method that may involve either focusing on some stimulus irrelevant to the pain experience or reinterpreting the pain experience; redirecting attention to reduce pain
distraction
Agitation from violent emotions; perturbation of mind; despair
distraction
an entertainment that provokes pleased interest and distracts you from worries and vexations
distraction
emphasis If you say that something or someone drives you to distraction, you are emphasizing that they annoy you a great deal. A very clingy child can drive a parent to distraction
distraction
Derangement of the mind; madness
distraction
State in which the attention is called in different ways; confusion; perplexity
distraction
the act of distracting; drawing someone's attention away from something; "conjurers are experts at misdirection" mental turmoil; "he drives me to distraction" an obstacle to attention
distraction
An excellent example of how greatly the meaning of words may change To "distract" means now, to harass, to perplex; and "distraction" confusion of mind from a great multiplicity of duties; but in French to "distract" means to divert the mind, and "distraction" means recreation or amusement (Latin, dis-traho) (See Slave )
distracts
third-person singular of distract
distract