fatigue

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yorgunluk

Yorgunluk fazla çalışmanın doğal sonucudur. - Fatigue is the natural result of overwork.

Açlıktan ve yorgunluktan dolayı, köpek sonunda öldü. - Because of hunger and fatigue, the dog finally died.

{i} bitkinlik
{i} tükenmişlik
yorulma
yorulum
(Tıp) taab
argınlık
gereç yorulması
külfet
ayakta duramama
(Tıp) sürmenaj
yormak
yorgunluk vermek
aşırı yorgunluk
kağşama
maden yorgunluğu
(Askeri) (DRESS) Tek tip (eğitim elbisesi)
{f} yorulmak
meşakkat
{i} dayanıklılığını yitirme
(Askeri) PERAKENDE HİZMET: Bak. "Fatigue duty"
{f} yor

Açlıktan ve yorgunluktan dolayı, köpek sonunda öldü. - Because of hunger and fatigue, the dog finally died.

Açlıktan ve yorgunluktan dolayı, köpek sonunda öldü. - With hunger and fatigue, the dog died at last.

dayanıklığı kaybetme
{i} angarya
eskime
dayanıkl
kışla hizmeti sırasında askerlerin giydiği kalın ve dayanıklı elbise
metal yorulması
yorgunluktan
fatim
fatik
forgunluk
fatigue crack
yorulma kırılması
fatigue crack
yorulma çatlağı
fatigue dress
(Askeri) iş elbisesi
fatigue life
(Havacılık) yorulma ömrü
fatigue strength
yorulma mukavemeti
fatigue test
yorulma testi
fatigue uniform
(Askeri) iş elbisesi
fatigue failure
Çok çalışma ve dolayısıyla yorgunluğa dayalı arıza veya yetersizlik
fatigue fracture
yorgunluk kırığı
fatigue limit
yorulma sınırı
fatigue of metals
metal yorgunluğu, metal yorulumu
fatigue resistance
yorulma direnci
fatigue bending test
eğilmede yorulma testi
fatigue call
(Askeri) kışla hizmeti borusu
fatigue call
(Askeri) PERAKENDE HİZMET BORUSU: Askerleri perakende hizmete çağıran boru işareti
fatigue clothes
kışla hizmeti elbisesi
fatigue clothes
iş elbisesi
fatigue coefficient
yorulma katsayısı
fatigue correction factor
(Askeri) perakende hizmet düzeltme faktörü
fatigue detail
angaryacılar
fatigue dress
(Askeri) İŞ ELBİSESİ: Bak. "work clothing", "Fatigue uniform"
fatigue duty
kışla hizmeti
fatigue duty
angarya
fatigue duty
(Askeri) PERAKENDE HİZMET: Silahlı Kuvvetlerde bir fert tarafından askeri görev veya eğitim dışında yapılan veya yapılması emrolunan görev. Özellikle el ile yapılan iş, ağır iş. Ordugah bölgesinin temizlenmesi, yolların onarımı perakende hizmetlerdendir
fatigue failure
(Askeri) yorulmadan kaynaklanan göçme
fatigue failure
yorulma yenilmesi
fatigue fracture
yorulma parçalanması
fatigue limit
(Nükleer Bilimler) malzeme yorgunluk sınırı
fatigue load
yorulma yükü
fatigue load meter
(Havacılık) yorulma yük göstergesi
fatigue notch factor
(Havacılık) yorulma gerilmesi faktörü
fatigue of metals
metal yorgunluğu
fatigue of metals
metal yorulumu
fatigue party
angaryacılar
fatigue phenomenon
yorulma işareti
fatigue resistance coefficient
yorulma mukavemeti katsayısı
fatigue resistance coefficient
yorulma direnci sayısı
fatigue resistance coefficient
yorulma tekrar sayısı
fatigue resistance coefficient
yorulma sayısı
fatigue resistant design
(Askeri) yorulmaya dirençli tasarım
fatigue rupture
yorulma sonucu kırılma
fatigue strength coefficient
yorulma dayanımı katsayısı
fatigue strength coefficient
yorulma mukavemeti katsayısı
fatigue strength coefficient
yorulma yineleme sayısı
fatigue strength coefficient
yorulma tekrar sayısı
fatigue tensile test
yorulmada çekme deneyi
fatigue tensile test
yorulmada çekme testi
fatigue test method
yorulma deneyi yöntemi
fatigue testing machine
yorgunluk deney makinesi
fatigue uniform
(Askeri) İŞ ELBİSESİ: Bak. "work uniform", "work clothing"
battle fatigue
savaş bitkinliği
fatigued
yorgun

Her zaman aç ve yorgun olmanın sonucu olarak, o köpek sonunda öldü. - As a result of always being hungry and fatigued, that dog finally died.

Tom solgun ve yorgun görünüyordu. - Tom looked pale and fatigued.

be fatigue
yorulmak
combat fatigue
savaş bunalımı
combat fatigue
savaş sonrası nevroz
degree of fatigue
yorulma derecesi
evidence of fatigue
(Askeri) yorulma belirtisi
muscle fatigue
(Tıp) kas yorgunluğu
to be fatigue
yorulmak
battle fatigue
savaş yorgunluğu
battle fatigue
savaşın bıraktığı ruhsal çöküntü
combat fatigue
savaş yorgunluğu
dielectric fatigue
dielektrik yorulması
elastic fatigue
esneme yorulması
metal fatigue
metal yorulması
attention fatigue
ilgi ve dikkatte azalma
compassion fatigue
merhamet yorgunluğu
material fatigue
malzeme yorgunluğu
thermal fatigue
ışıl yorgunluk, ışıl yorulum
(fatigue) to set in
yorgunluk basmak
(fatigue) to set in
yorgunluk çökmek
battle fatigue
savaş sonrası nevroz
battle fatigue
savaş görmüş kimselerde görülen ruhsal çöküntü
battle fatigue
savaş bunalımı
bending fatigue
eğilme yorulması
combat fatigue
(Askeri) MUHAREBE YORGUNLUĞU: Bknz. "combat exhaustion"
combat fatigue
savaş sonrası ruhsal bozukluk
cumulative fatigue damage
(Havacılık) kümülatif yorulma arızası
cumulative fatigue damage
(Çevre) kümülatif yorgunluk hasarı
dielectric fatigue
dielektrik yorulma
fatigued
{f} yor: adj.yorgun,yorgu
fatigues
yorgunluk
fatiguing
{s} zahmetli
fatiguing
yorucu
flex fatigue
(Otomotiv) esneme yorulması
jet fatigue
saat farkından dolayı rahatsızlık
jet fatigue
uçak yolculuğu sonrası sersemlik
mental fatigue
zihin yorgunluğu
over fatigue
aşırı yormak
thermal fatigue
(Fizik) ısıl yorulum
thermal fatigue
(Fizik) ısıl yorgunluk
İngilizce - İngilizce
to tire or make weary by physical or mental exertion
A menial task, especially in the military
A weariness caused by exertion; exhaustion
to lose so much strength or energy that one becomes tired, weary, feeble or exhausted
A type of material failure due to cumulative effects of cyclic loading

The SPS design will remove the sources of stress concentrations and will reduce the effects of initiations of cracks and fatigues.

{n} weariness, labor, toil, work
{v} to tire, weary, perplex
To weary with labor or any bodily or mental exertion; to harass with toil; to exhaust the strength or endurance of; to tire
Complaints of being tired, experiencing a lack of sleep or a generalized tiredness
The process of progressive localized permanent structural change occurring in a material subjected to conditions which produce fluctuating stresses which culminate in cracks or complete failure after a sufficient number of fluctuations
The weakening or deterioration of a material caused by a repetition of stress or strain
A state characterized by a lessened capacity for work and reduced efficiency of accomplishment, usually accompanied by a feeling of weariness and tiredness
The failure of a material's mechanical properties as a result of repeated stress over time
(always used with a modifier) boredom resulting from overexposure to something; "he was suffering from museum fatigue"; "after watching TV with her husband she had a bad case of football fatigue"; "the American public is experiencing scandal fatigue"; "political fatigue"
weariness caused by exertion; exhaustion
You can say that people are suffering from a particular kind of fatigue when they have been doing something for a long time and feel they can no longer continue to do it. compassion fatigue caused by endless TV and celebrity appeals. the result of four months of battle fatigue
Permanent structural change that occurs in a material subjected to fluctuating stress and strain However, in the case of glass, fatigue is determined by long-term static testing and is analogous to stress rupture in other materials In general, fatigue failure can occur with stress levels below the elastic limit
failure, at relatively low stress levels, of structures that are subjected to fluctuating and cyclic stresses
labor of a nonmilitary kind done by soldiers (cleaning or digging or draining or so on); "the soldiers were put on fatigue to teach them a lesson"; "they were assigned to kitchen fatigues"
exhaust or tire through overuse or great strain or stress; "We wore ourselves out on this hike"
A feeling of tiredness or weariness resulting in a decreased capacity for physical and mental work
tiredness that may accompany activity or may persist even without exertion
material failure due to cyclic loading
{f} tire out, exhaust, drain, weaken
{i} weariness, tiredness; extra work assigned to a soldier (Military)
the tendency of a member to fail at a lower stress when subjected to cyclical loading than when subjected to static loading
The tendency for a metal to break under conditions of repeated cyclic stressing considerably below the ultimate tensile strength
used of materials (especially metals) in a weakened state caused by long stress; "metal fatigue"
The failure of a material's mechanical properties as a result of repeated stress
Fatigue means mental or physical tiredness, usually caused by prolonged or intense activity, but also possibly caused by disease, lack of adequate nutrition or other anomalous factors
military menial labour
Physical weariness resulting from exertion
feeling of tiredness or weariness usually associated with performance decrements
The weakening of a metal when subjected to repeated vibrations or strains
A metal condition that occurs when minute cracking begins to appear in the metal and progressively grow under repeated or fluctuating stresses
The cause of weariness; labor; toil; as, the fatigues of war
used of materials (especially metals) in a weakened state caused by long stress; "metal fatigue
Fatigue in metal or wood is a weakness in it that is caused by repeated stress. Fatigue can cause the metal or wood to break. The problem turned out to be metal fatigue in the fuselage. In engineering, manifestation of progressive fracture in a solid under cyclic loading, as in the case of a metal strip that ruptures after repeated bending back and forth (see metal fatigue). Fatigue fracture begins with one or several cracks that spread in the course of repeated application of forces until complete rupture suddenly occurs when the small unaffected portion is too weak to sustain the load. See also ductility, testing machine
Fatigue (metal fatigue) is the property that causes metal to break after repeatedly being bent past its yield point This is a common cause of spoke breakage, and can also affect frames, handlebars and other parts A familiar example of metal fatigue is experienced if you open a pop-top beverage can then flex the top back and forth a few times Aluminum is more prone to metal fatigue than steel is, so aluminum parts have to be designed a bit stronger to make up for this characteristic Note, this is a very simplistic description of a rather complicated process
get tired of something or somebody
Weariness from bodily labor or mental exertion; lassitude or exhaustion of strength
Structural failure of a material caused by repeated application of stresses
the application and release of stresses as metal is used which cause small cracks to grow, during many cycles of application, until they fracture
The loss of load-bearing ability of a material under repeated load application, as opposed to a single load
a condition that results when the body cannot provide enough energy for the muscles to perform a task
the weakening or deterioration of a material occurring when a repetitious or continuous application of stress causes strain, which could lead to failure
Fatigue is a feeling of extreme physical or mental tiredness. She continued to have severe stomach cramps, aches, fatigue, and depression Clarke says his team could have lasted another 15 days before fatigue would have begun to take a toll
constant and extreme tiredness that does not resolve with a good night's sleep
temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work; "he was hospitalized for extreme fatigue"; "growing fatigue was apparent from the decline in the execution of their athletic skills"; "weariness overcame her after twelve hours and she fell asleep"
Stress that causes material failure from repeated, cyclic vibration or stress
natural deterioration or loss of strength in a material
Fatigues are clothes that soldiers wear when they are fighting or when they are doing routine jobs. He never expected to return home wearing US combat fatigues
delassation
fatigue crack
a crack in metal resulting from metal fatigue
fatigue dress
fatigues, military clothes worn for nonmilitary work (cleaning, repairs, etc.)
fatigue duty
labor of a nonmilitary kind done by soldiers (cleaning or digging or draining or so on); "the soldiers were put on fatigue to teach them a lesson"; "they were assigned to kitchen fatigues
fatigue duty
extra work assigned to a soldier (Military)
fatigue fracture
fracture resulting from excessive activity rather than a specific injury
fatigue party
group of soldiers on fatigue duty (Military)
fatigue party
a group of soldiers on fatigue duty
battle fatigue
A psychiatric condition characterized by fatigue caused by battle
chronic fatigue syndrome
A condition that is characterised by fatigue, extremely low stamina, weakness, muscle pain, lymph node swelling, depression and hypersensitivity
combat fatigue
A psychiatric condition characterized by fatigue caused by battle
driver fatigue
The condition wherein a person is suffering symptoms of fatigue while driving
empathy fatigue
Emotional detachment brought about by prolonged emotional exposure

No matter how well you prepare, people will succumb to empathy fatigue. Your first duty is to learn to recognize it before it has disastrous impact.

fatigued
Simple past tense and past participle of fatigue
fatigues
plural form of fatigue
fatigues
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fatigue
fatigues
military clothing worn when doing menial labour
fatiguing
wearisome
information fatigue syndrome
people highly stressed through trying to cope with the huge amounts of information from books, fax messages, the telephone, journals, and the Internet. The symptoms include "a hyper-aroused psychological condition", "paralysis of analytical capacity", "anxiety and self-doubt", leading to "foolish decisions and flawed conclusions"
battle fatigue
a mental disorder caused by stress of active warfare
battle fatigue
a type of mental illness caused by the frightening experiences of war, in which someone feels very anxious and upset
battle fatigue
combat fatigue, traumatic condition suffered by soldiers who have been in combat
chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome is an illness that is thought to be caused by a virus, and which affects people for a long period of time. Its symptoms include tiredness and aching muscles. The abbreviation CFS is often used. = ME. A syndrome characterized by debilitating fatigue and a combination of flulike symptoms such as sore throat, swollen lymph glands, low-grade fever, headaches, and muscle pain or weakness. an illness that makes you feel very tired and weak and can last for a long time. Sudden debilitating fatigue of unknown cause. It may follow a nonspecific illness with mild fever, tender lymph nodes, sore throat, headaches, weakness, muscle and joint pain, and confusion or difficulty in concentrating. To meet the criteria of CFS, the syndrome must be new, with a definite point of onset, and must persist more than six months. Once dismissed as imaginary, CFS remains controversial. Many authorities question whether it is a distinct disorder, since there is considerable overlap with other conditions such as fibromyalgia and Gulf War syndrome. No diagnostic test for CFS exists. Although a number of theories about the cause of CFS have been advanced, none has been proved. No cure has been found, but most patients improve gradually
chronic fatigue syndrome
(Pathology) syndrome characterized by various symptoms (exhaustion, fever, cognitive disorders and insomnia)
combat fatigue
Posttraumatic stress disorder resulting from wartime combat or similar experiences. No longer in scientific use. Also called battle fatigue, shell shock, war neurosis. post-traumatic stress disorder
combat fatigue
battle fatigue, traumatic condition suffered by soldiers who have been in combat
compassion fatigue
A jaded attitude on the part of a contributor toward appeals for donations or charitable aid. if you are suffering from compassion fatigue, you have stopped feeling sympathy for people and do not want to give any more money to help them, because you have seen so many reports on television, in newspapers etc about other groups of people who are in trouble
e-fatigue
electronic fatigue problems that people have as a result of using computers too much or for too long, for example tiredness at work or a lack of communication
fatigued
{s} tired out, exhausted, drained, weakened, weary
fatigued
A structural failure of the filter medium due to flexing caused by cyclic differential pressure
fatigued
Tired to the point of impairment Characters become fatigued from various kinds of physical stress, including barbarian rage and sleeping in armor with an armor check penalty of –5 or worse A fatigued character can neither run nor charge and suffers an effective ability loss of –2 to both Strength and Dexterity After 8 hours of complete rest, fatigued characters are back to normal
fatigued
drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted; "the day's shopping left her exhausted"; "he went to bed dog-tired"; "was fagged and sweaty"; "the trembling of his played out limbs"; "felt completely washed-out"; "only worn-out horses and cattle"; "you look worn out"
fatigued
If you are feeling fatigued, you are suffering from extreme physical or mental tiredness. extremely tired = exhausted
fatigued
Tired; weary
fatigued
past of fatigue
fatigues
{i} military uniform worn during fatigue duty, soldier's uniform worn while performing tasks that are not specifically related to the military (such as civil works projects, etc.)
fatigues
military uniform worn by military personnel when doing menial labor
fatigues
third-person singular of fatigue
fatiguing
present participle of fatigue
fatiguing
Something that is fatiguing makes you feel extremely physically or mentally tired. Jet travel is undeniably fatiguing. extremely tiring = exhausting
fatiguing
{s} tiring, exhausting, draining
mental fatigue
mental exhaustion
metal fatigue
weakness in metal that makes it likely to break, caused for example by frequent shaking over a long period. Weakened condition of metal parts of machines, vehicles, or structures caused by repeated stresses or loadings, ultimately resulting in fracture under a stress much weaker than that necessary to cause fracture in a single application. Fatigue-resistant metals have been developed and their performance improved by surface treatments, and fatigue stresses have been significantly reduced in aircraft and other applications by designing to avoid stress concentrations
metal fatigue
weakening of metal due to microscopic changes in molecular structures caused by vibration or exposure
metal fatigue
A weakening and then breakdown of metal parts caused by constant flexing
metal fatigue
when blemishes in a material propagate as tears and result in a fracture
metal fatigue
crystallization and breakage of a metal resulting from constant stress
post-viral fatigue syndrome
Post-viral fatigue syndrome is a long-lasting illness that is thought to be caused by a virus. Its symptoms include feeling tired all the time and muscle pain. = ME
fatigue