hectically

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İngilizce - Türkçe
heyecanlı bir şekilde
veremli gibi
heyecanlı olarak
hectic
{s} yoğun

Tom yoğun bir hafta geçirdi. - Tom had a hectic week.

Mary'nin yoğun bir programı var. - Mary has a hectic schedule.

hectic
veremli
hectic
{s} telaşlı

Günlük yaşam, yoğun, telaşlı ve bazen ezici olabilir. - The daily life can be busy, hectic and sometimes overwhelming.

O telaşlı bir hayat sürüyor. - He leads a hectic life.

hectic
ateşli
hectic
(Tıp) hektik
hectic
hareketli

Tom'un hareketli bir programı var. - Tom has a hectic schedule.

Bu şehir Manhattan kadar hareketlidir. - This city is as hectic as Manhattan.

hectic
heyecanlı

O biraz heyecanlıydı. - It was a little hectic.

Boston'daki o hafta oldukça heyecanlıydı. - That week in Boston was pretty hectic.

hectic
(Tıp) Verem nöbeti veya kızartısı
hectic
(Tıp) Kronik iltihaplı hastalıklarda görülen intizamsız fiyevr şekli, hektik, veremli (kimse)
İngilizce - İngilizce
In a hectic manner
feverishly, consumptively; in a hectic manner, in an agitated manner, excitedly
hectic
A flush like one produced by such a fever

For still he lay, and on his thin worn cheek / A purple hectic played like dying day / On the snow-tops of distant hills .

hectic
A hectic fever
hectic
Of a fever, pertaining to bodily reactions characterised by flushed or dry skin
hectic
Very busy with activity and confusion; feverish

The city center is so hectic at 8 in the morning that I go to work an hour beforehand to avoid the crowds.

hectic
{n} a fever
hectic
{a} habitual, continual, flow
hectic
A hectic flush
hectic
Habitual; constitutional; pertaining especially to slow waste of animal tissue, as in consumption; as, a hectic type in disease; a hectic flush
hectic
A hectic situation is one that is very busy and involves a lot of rushed activity. Despite his hectic work schedule, Benny has rarely suffered poor health = busy
hectic
In a hectic condition; having hectic fever; consumptive; as, a hectic patient
hectic
of a fever whose intensity fluctuates
hectic
Hectic fever
hectic
{s} feverish, consumptive; agitated, feverishly active, overly excited
hectic
marked by intense agitation or emotion; "worked at a feverish pace"
hectically

    Heceleme

    hec·ti·cal·ly

    Telaffuz

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hek-tik ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English etyk, from Middle French etique, from Late Latin hecticus, from Greek hektikos habitual, consumptive, from echein to have; more at SCHEME.

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