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English - Turkish
{i} oksijensiz kalma

Dan oksijensiz kalmaktan öldü. - Dan died of asphyxiation.

{i} boğulma
{i} nefes alamama
{f} oksijensiz bırakmak
boğularak ölmek
boğarak öldürmek
English - English
Death due to lack of oxygen
An acute lack of oxygen
a state of asphyxia or suffocation Condition caused by insufficient intake of oxygen Extrinsic causes include choking, toxic gases, exhaust gas (principally carbon monoxide), electric shock, drugs, anesthesia, trauma, crushing injuries of the chest, Compression of the chest, injury of the respiratory nerves or center, diminished environmental oxygenation, and drowning
A condition that causes asphyxia; suffocation
A condition that causes death because of a de­ficient amount of oxygen and an excessive amount of carbon monoxide and/or other gases in the blood
Death resulting From lack of oxygen to breathe
The act of causing asphyxia; a state of asphyxia
is the deficiency of oxygen in the air, making it difficult or impossible to breathe
killing by depriving of oxygen
Releasing any gas in a confined or unventilated area can lower the concentration of oxygen to a level that is immediately dangerous to life or health (see the first link under Further Info below) Be very careful entering a truck or room where solid or gaseous CO2 is stored Likewise, some businesses and laboratories store Dry Ice in large top-loading ice chests; be very careful sticking your head down to retrieve a block from the bottom
a medical term for suffocation, which leads to lack of oxygen in the blood
{i} suffocation; act of choking; being unable to breathe
One of the six type of harm (see TRACEM) that can be encountered at a terrorist incident Asphyxiants interfere with oxygen flow during normal breathing There are two types of asphyxiants; simple and chemical
the condition of being derprived of oxygen (as by having breathing stopped)
A condition that causes asphyxia or suffocation Asphyxiation is one of the principal potential hazards of working in confined spaces
To bring to a state of asphyxia; to suffocate
[Used commonly in the past pple
If someone is asphyxiated, they die or lose consciousness because they are unable to breathe properly. Three people were asphyxiated in the crush for last week's train = suffocate + asphyxiation as·phyxia·tion A post mortem examination found that she died from asphyxiation. to prevent someone from breathing normally, usually so that they die = suffocate
deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing; "Othello smothered Desdemona with a pillow"; "The child suffocated herself with a plastic bag that the parents had left on the floor"
be asphyxiated; die from lack of oxygen; "The child suffocated under the pillow"
To be smothered or suffocated
{f} suffocate; be suffocated
impair the respiration of or obstruct the air passage of; "The foul air was slowly suffocating the children"
To smother or suffocate someone
plural of asphyxiation