horror

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} korku

Kelimeler hissettiğim korkuyu anlatamaz. - Words cannot describe the horror I felt.

O, korku filmlerii izlemekten zevk alır. - She takes pleasure in seeing horror films.

{i} dehşet

Tom dehşet içinde çığlık attı. - Tom screamed in horror.

Tom dehşet içinde izledi. - Tom watched in horror.

{i} nefret

Korku filmlerinden nefret mi ediyorsun? - Do you hate horror movies?

Korku filmlerinden nefret ediyorsun, değil mi? - You hate horror movies, don't you?

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{i} iğrenç kimse
{i} dehşet, yılgı, korku
çok içki içenlerde bazen görülen korku nöbeti
{i} nefret edilen şey
(Tıp) Ürperme, titreme
dili dehşet veya korku buhranı
korkutucu

Bu korku filmi gerçekten korkutucu.Ben izledikten sonra uyuyamadım. - This horror movie is really scary. I couldn't sleep after I watched it.

horror film
korku filmi

Bir korku filmi izleyeceğim. - I'm going to see a horror film.

horror movies
korku filmleri
horror story
korku hikayesi
horror struck
korku vurdu
horror vacui
A fear or dislike of leaving empty spaces, especially in an artistic composition
horror vacui
Boşluğu ve boş alanları ya da yerleri sevmeme ya da korkma
horror film
(isim) korku filmi
horror movie
korku filmi

Bir korku filmi izlemek istedim ama kız arkadaşım korkmuş ve komedi kiralamış. - I wanted to watch a horror movie, but my girlfriend is scared and rented comedy instead.

Bu korku filmi gerçekten korkutucu.Ben izledikten sonra uyuyamadım. - This horror movie is really scary. I couldn't sleep after I watched it.

horror play
(Tıp) korku oyunu
horror stricken
dehşete kapılmış
horror struck
dehşete kapılmış
horror struck
dehşete düşmüş
horror tales
korku hikayeleri
horror tales
korku romanları
shock horror
şok korku
stricken with horror
korku ile yakalanmış
english horror tales
ingilizce korku romanları
horrors
hayal görme/dehşet
petrified with horror
korkudan taş kesilmiş
İngilizce - İngilizce
An intense dislike or aversion; an abhorrence
An intense painful emotion of fear or repugnance
(The horrors, informal) An intense anxiety or a nervous depression
A literary genre, generally of a gothic character
{n} terror, dread, dreariness
An intense anxiety or a nervous depression
You can refer to an account of a very unpleasant experience or event as a horror story. a horror story about lost luggage while flying
something that inspires horror; something horrible; "the painting that others found so beautiful was a horror to him" intense and profound fear
The horror of something, especially something that hurts people, is its very great unpleasantness. the horror of this most bloody of civil wars
A painful emotion of fear, dread, and abhorrence; a shuddering with terror and detestation; the feeling inspired by something frightful and shocking
A horror film or story is intended to be very frightening. a psychological horror film
intense aversion
If you have a horror of something, you are afraid of it or dislike it very much. his horror of death
intense and profound fear
You can refer to extremely unpleasant or frightening experiences as horrors. Can you possibly imagine all the horrors we have undergone since I last wrote you?
something that inspires horror; something horrible; "the painting that others found so beautiful was a horror to him"
That which excites horror or dread, or is horrible; gloom; dreariness
A shaking, shivering, or shuddering, as in the cold fit which precedes a fever; in old medical writings, a chill of less severity than a rigor, and more marked than an algor
A bristling up; a rising into roughness; tumultuous movement
Horror is a feeling of great shock, fear, and worry caused by something extremely unpleasant. As I watched in horror the boat began to power away from me. = terror
{i} terror, fear; dismay, shock; atrocity, abomination, something horrible
horror autotoxicus
autoimmunity
horror movie
A film dominated by elements of horror
horror movies
plural form of horror movie
horror story
An unpleasant or distressing experience
horror-struck
horrified so as to be overwhelmed or incapacitated
horror vacui
In physics the horror vacui stands for a theory initially proposed by Aristotle stating that nature "fears" empty space. Therefore empty space would always be trying to suck in gas or liquids to avoid being empty. The theory was for a long time widely accepted and still supported by Galileo Galilei. His pupil Evangelista Torricelli stated in 1644 that the level of mercury in a closed tube was dependent on the pressure of surrounding air. In 1647 Blaise Pascal proved this notion in his famous vide dans le vide ("emptiness in emptiness")-experiment. The Magdeburg Hemispheres by Otto von Guericke were in 1650 further proof that Aristotle's theory was not correct. (see more on this topic in history of thermodynamics)
horror vacui
A fear or dislike of leaving empty spaces, especially in an artistic composition
horror film
{i} movie dominated by elements of horror that frighten and/or shock the audience
horror movie
'horror .film a film in which strange and frightening things happen
horror movies
movies dominated by elements of horror that frighten and/or shock the audience
horror stories
stories that frighten and/or shock the reader
horror story
Story intended to elicit a strong feeling of fear. Such tales are of ancient origin and form a substantial part of folk literature. They may feature supernatural elements such as ghosts, witches, or vampires or address more realistic psychological fears. In Western literature, the literary cultivation of fear and curiosity for its own sake emerged in the 18th century with the gothic novel. Classic practitioners of the horror and gothic genres include Horace Walpole, Mary Shelley, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Edgar Allan Poe, Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-73), Wilkie Collins, Bram Stoker, Ambrose Bierce, and Stephen King
horror-stricken
Horror-stricken means the same as horror-struck
horror-struck
If you describe someone as horror-struck or horror-stricken, you mean that they feel very great horror at something that has happened. `What is the matter with Signora Anna?' he whispered, horror-struck at her vacant face. = appalled. 'horror-.stricken suddenly very shocked and frightened
body horror
A genre of horror fiction based around the graphic destruction or alteration of the body
survival horror
A video game genre that emphasizes scarcity of resources (few health or ammunition refills) in a dangerous setting like that of a horror film
horrors
plural of horror
horrors
{i} extreme nervous depression, severe anxiety (Informal); delirium tremens
indescribable horror
something so terrible it cannot be described in words
screams of horror
loud and dreadful screams
sheer horror
extreme fear, disastrous
shock horror
A shock horror story is presented in a way that is intended to cause great shock or anger. The media is full of shock-horror headlines about under-age crime. = sensational
shock horror
feelings You can say shock horror! in reaction to something that other people may find shocking or surprising, to indicate that you do not find it shocking or surprising at all. I felt intellectually superior despite -- shock horror -- my lack of qualifications
horror