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İngilizce - Türkçe
duygusal

Madison Kongrede çok duygusal bir konuşma yaptı. - Madison made an emotional speech in Congress.

Boşanma adamda duygusal yaralar bıraktı. - The divorce left the man with emotional wounds.

{s} içli
{s} hissi
{s} duyarlı
çoşkun
duyarlık
duysal
müteessir edici
{s} heyecanlı
(Tıp) emosyonel
duygulu

Bizden daha duygulular. - They are more emotional than we.

{s} hassas

Ben çok hassas ve duygusal bir insanım. - I'm a very sensitive and emotional person.

(Tıp) Hislere bağlı olarak gelişen
kolayca hislerine kapılan
hisli
emotional amenorrhea
emosyonel amenore
Emotional Quotient
Duygusal zeka veya yaygın İngilizce ifade edilişiyle EQ (Emotional Quotient), bir insanın kendisine veya başkalarına ait duyguları anlama , sezinleme, yönetme ve yönlendirme yetisi, kapasitesi ve becerisinin ölçümünü tanımlamaktadır. Göreceli olarak yeni bir kavram olan duygusal zeka'nin tanımlanışı sürekli değişmekte ve güncellenmektedir. Bazı psikologlar, duygusal zeka ve duygusal bilgi olmak üzere iki ayrı terimin kullanılmasını tercih etmektedirler
Emotional Quotient
Duygusal zekâ
Emotional Quotient
Duygusal zeka ölçümlemesi
emotional blackmail
Duygu sömürüsü
emotional distress
duygusal sıkıntı
emotional hook
Duygusal bağ, duygusal bağlantı
emotional intelligence
Duygusal zekâ
emotional lability
duygusal labilite
emotional labor
duygusal emek
emotional person
duygusal kişi
emotional release
Duygu patlaması
emotional speech
duygusal konuşma
emotional state
Moral durum, ruhsal durum, halet-i ruhiyye
emotional state or well-being
duygusal devlet veya refah
emotional abuse
duygu sömürü
emotional action
duygusal eylem
emotional adaptation
duygusal uyum
emotional blocking
duygusal tıkanma
emotional bond
duygusal bağ
emotional breakdown
duygusal çöküş
emotional burnout
(Tıp) duygusal çöküntü
emotional deprivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygusal yoksunluk
emotional disturbance
duygusal rahatsızlık
emotional exploitation
duygu sömürüsü
emotional intelligence level
duygusal zeka seviyesi
emotional intelligence tests
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygusal zeka testleri
emotional loneliness
duygusal yalnızlık
emotional mean
duygusal ortalama
emotional neutrality
duygusal tarafsızlık
emotional relations
duygusal ilişkiler
emotional relations
hissi münasebetler
emotional stress
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygusal gerilim
emotional tie
duygusal bağ
emotionally
duygusal yönden

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

Duygusal yönden perişan insanlarla nasıl konuşacağımı bilmiyorum. - I don't know how to talk to emotionally distraught people.

emotional intelligence
duygusal zeka
emotionality
hassasiyet
serious emotional disturbance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ciddi duygusal rahatsızlık
emotionality
duygusallık
emotionality
durgunluk
emotionally
heyecanla
emotionally
duygusal

Tom duygusal olarak Mary'ye şantaj yapıyor. - Tom is emotionally blackmailing Mary.

Mülteciler fiziksel ve duygusal olarak acı çekti. - The refugees suffered physically and emotionally.

equanimity, emotional stability
temkin, duygusal istikrar
have emotional moments
duygusal anlar yaşamak
non emotional
olmayan duygusal
to deny is the most emotional confession
inkar etmek,en duygulu itiraftır
conditioned emotional response
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şartlı duygusal tepki
emotionality
{i} hassaslık
emotionality
duyarlık
emotionality
duyarlılık
emotionality
duygulanım
emotionally
heyecanlı bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Easily affected by emotion

She’s an emotional person.

Appealing to or arousing emotion

emotional speech.

Determined by emotion rather than reason

emotional decision.

Readily displaying emotion

emotional greeting.

Of or relating to the emotions

emotional crisis.

Characterised by emotion
Laid back, seeking to meet immediate needs, not interested in planning for future
{s} full of feeling, passionate, sentimental
Having feelings that are easily stirred, displaying those feelings
Emphasis on feelings versus fact Common approaches are social acceptance, individuality, prestige, and creativity
oppositional defiant disorder, parent-child problem & depression
of more than usual emotion; "his behavior was highly emotional"
of or pertaining to emotion; "emotional health"; "an emotional crisis
If someone is or becomes emotional, they show their feelings very openly, especially because they are upset. He is a very emotional man I don't get as emotional as I once did
of or pertaining to emotion; "emotional health"; "an emotional crisis"
of persons; excessively affected by emotion; "he would become emotional over nothing at all"; "she was worked up about all the noise"
Pertaining to, or characterized by, emotion; excitable; easily moved; sensational; as, an emotional nature
of more than usual emotion; "his behavior was highly emotional" determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason; "it was an emotional judgment" of or pertaining to emotion; "emotional health"; "an emotional crisis
Having feelings that are easily stirred; displaying those feelings
Emotional means concerned with emotions and feelings. I needed this man's love, and the emotional support he was giving me Victims are left with emotional problems that can last for life. = psychological + emotionally emo·tion·al·ly Are you saying that you're becoming emotionally involved with me?
determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason; "it was an emotional judgment"
Of emotionality; without persona; obscure, impersonal, powerful Compare Vital
extravagantly demonstrative; "insincere and effusive demonstrations of sentimental friendship"; "a large gushing female"; "write unrestrained and gushy poetry"
An emotional situation or issue is one that causes people to have strong feelings. It's a very emotional issue. How can you advocate selling the ivory from elephants? = emotive + emotionally emo·tion·al·ly In an emotionally charged speech, he said he was resigning
affective
emotional age
The chronological age of individuals of the same maturity as the person in question
emotional blackmail
The psychological misuse of a person's emotions or insecurities in order to influence their behaviour
emotional build
a narrative structure used in commercials known as “director-type” advertising
emotional build
one of four archetypal dramatic structures of commercials characterized by a rising pattern of positive emotions

Coca-Cola ads often feature the emotional build structure, filled with fun and no conflict, the viewer feels better and better as the ad goes along.

emotional intelligence
The ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups
emotional pivot
one of four archetypal dramatic structures of commercials characterized by the ad’s deliberate use of negative emotions early in the ad to establish dramatic tension which allows the brand to resolve the negative situation and appear the hero or star at the end

IBM utilized the dramatic structure known as emotional pivot in their ads about a company needing to cut costs and IBM products being the solution.

emotional pivot
a narrative structure used in commercials known as “star-type” advertising
emotional structure
a commercial’s design based on the audience’s emotional response, as seen in flow of emotion results

When reviewing the research results, we were able to see the emotional structure of the ad was less dramatic than we had intended.

emotional structures
plural form of emotional structure
Emotional Quotient
Emotional Intelligence (EI), often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ), describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups. As a relatively new area of psychological research, the definition of EI is constantly changing
Emotional intelligence
Emotional Intelligence (EI), often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ), describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups. As a relatively new area of psychological research, the definition of EI is constantly changing
Emotional intelligence Quotient
Emotional Intelligence (EI), often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ), describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups. As a relatively new area of psychological research, the definition of EI is constantly changing
emotional intelligence
The ability to understand the way people feel and react and to use this skill to make good judgments and to avoid or solve problems

Individuals with even a small degree of emotional intelligence are a dream to work for.

emotional labor
Emotional labor is a form of emotional regulation in which workers are expected to display certain emotions as part of their job and to promote organizational goals. The effects of emotional displays are on other - target people - who can be clients, customers, subordinates or co-workers
Emotional First Aid
immediate psychological treatment or support
emotional arousal
the arousal of strong emotions and emotional behavior
emotional capital
When people refer to the emotional capital of a company, they mean all the psychological assets and resources of the company, such as how the employees feel about the company. UK organisations are not nourishing their intellectual and emotional capital
emotional disorder
abnormal emotional behavior, emotional sickness
emotional distress
suffering, pain, bad emotional state, break-down
emotional hedge
mental barrier erected to keep emotions in, mental barrier erected to protect oneself from the emotions of others
emotional maturity
full emotional development, emotional balance or well-being
emotional outburst
tantrum, fit of emotion, strong display of feelings (rage, grief, etc.)
emotional person
a person subject to strong states of emotion
emotional reaction
reaction that is influenced by feelings and emotions (i.e. anger, hysteria, etc.)
emotional release
letting go of repressed emotions
emotional speech
speech which appeals to the emotions, impassioned speech
emotional state
the state of a person's emotions (especially with regard to pleasure or dejection); "his emotional state depended on her opinion"; "he was in good spirits"; "his spirit rose
emotionality
The observable component of emotion
emotionality
The state or quality of being emotional
emotionally
in an emotional manner; displaying emotion
tired and emotional
Drunk

Harry was fired up. He'd been drinking and was tired and emotional..

conditioned emotional response
an emotional response that has been acquired by conditioning
emotionality
emotional nature or quality
emotionality
{i} tendency to express one's feelings in an overly dramatic manner, effusiveness, sentimentalism
emotionally
in an emotional manner
emotionally
with regard to emotions; "emotionally secure"
emotionally
in an emotional manner; "at the funeral he spoke emotionally
emotionally
in an emotional manner; "at the funeral he spoke emotionally"
emotional