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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Askeri) YARALANMA, ZEDELENME, SAKATLIK: Kırık, yara, burkulma, incinme, çıkık, sarsıntı, ezilme ve benzeri haller için kullanılan terim. Bu terim; ayrıca çok sıcaktan veya devamlı olarak sıcağa maruz kalmaktan doğan halleri de ihtiva eder. Bir toksik veya zehirli maddeye maruz kalmaktan ileri gelen şiddetli zehirlenmelerde -kirletilmiş yiyeceklerden meydana gelenler hariç injury olarak sınıflandırılır. Bak. "battle casualty", "casualty", "disabling" injury", "non-battle injury"
{i} hasar

Agrafili insanlar bir beyin hasarı nedeniyle yazı yazamazlar. - People with agraphia can't write due to a brain injury.

{i} yara

Yarasının iyileşmesi Rei'nin 20 gününü aldı. - It took Rei 20 days to get over her injury.

Egzersiz yapmadan önce yaralanmayı önlemek için gerinirim. - I stretch before exercising to prevent injury.

(İnşaat) yaralanma

Alkolle ilgili ölümün dört ana nedeni vardır. Araba kazalarından ya da şiddetten yaralanma biri, karaciğer sirozu, kanser, kalp ve kan sistemi gibi hastalıklar diğerleri. - There are four main causes of alcohol-related death. Injury from car accidents or violence is one. Diseases like cirrhosis of the liver, cancer, heart and blood system diseases are the others.

O, hastalık ve yaralanma ile zayıfladı. - He was weakened by illness and injury.

{i} incitme
{i} kırma
(Askeri) sakatlık

Sakatlık tahmin ettiklerinden daha ciddiydi. - The injury was more serious than they had supposed.

(Tıp) Zedelenme, yaralanma, bozulma
{i} eza, üzgü
(Biyoloji) incinme
{i} haksızlık
(Tıp) 1.Yara
(Askeri) zedelenme
(Ticaret) verilen zarar
injury to person
kişiye zarar
injury to property
mala zarar
injury prone
Sakatlanma yatkın
injury proneness
sakatlanma riski
injury recovery
sakatlıktan kurtulma
injury test
(Ticaret) haksız zarar testi
intestinal injury
(Tıp) bağırsak mukozası
incapacitating illness or injury
(Askeri) uyuşturucu kaynaklı hastalık veya yaralanma
industrial injury
mesleki kayıp
acute kidney injury
(Tıp) akut böbrek yetmezliği
add insult injury
tüy dikmek
bodily injury
(Tıp) bedensel yaralanma
bodily injury
(Kanun) cismani zarar
bodily injury
(Sigorta) bedeni zarar
personal injury
(Ticaret) ziyan
personal injury
(Tıp) bedensel yaralanma
personal injury
(Sigorta) kişisel yaralanma
radiation injury
(Tıp) radyasyon hasarı
serious injury
ağır yaralanma
severe injury
ağır zarar
severe injury
ağır yaralanma
accidental injury
kaza yaralanması
combat injury
savaş zararı
legal injury
adli haksızlık
bruise, injury, swelling
çürük, travma, şişlik
chilling injury
(Tarım) Besinlerin uygun olmayacak kadar düşük depolama sıcaklıklarında saklanması nedeniyle bozulması
impact injury
darbeden kaynaklanan yaralanma
legal injury
adlı haksızlık
lethal injury
Ölümcül yaralanma
repetitive strain injury
tekrarlayan burkulma
kendi kendini yaralama
spinal injury
belkemiği yaralanması
spinal injury
omurilik yaralanması
spinal injury
omurilik zedelenmesi
spinal injury
belkemiği zedelenmesi
spinal injury
omurilik incinmesi
to injury
abbreviated injury score
(Tıp) kısaltılmış travma skoru
accidental injury
(Kanun) yaralanmaya neden olan kaza
add insult to injury
(Konuşma Dili) üstüne üstlük yapmak
add insult to injury
(deyim) tuz biber ekmek
battle injury
(Askeri) muharebe yaralanması
battle injury
(Askeri) MUHAREBE YARASI: Doğrudan doğruya düşman tesiriyle alınan yara. Kazalardan ileri gelen yaralı, harpte alınsalar dahi, muharebe yarası olarak kabul edilemez
chilling injury
(Gıda) soğuk zararlanması
civil injury
(Kanun) bireysel hakların ihlali
civil injury
(Kanun) bireye verilen zarar
combined injury
(Tıp) kombine yaralanma
consequences of bodily injury
(Kanun) cismani zararın neticeleri
disabling injury
(Askeri) VAZİFEDEN ALIKOYAN SAKATLIK: Bir şahsı vazifeden alıkoyan sakatlanma. Bu hal geçici veya daimi olabilir. Bak. "injury"
disease and nonbattle injury
(Askeri) hastalık ve muharebe dışı yaralanma
disease and nonbattle injury casualty
(Askeri) hastalığa ve muharebe dışı yaralanmaya bağlı zayiat
nonbattle injury
(Askeri) muharebe dışı yaralanma
nonbattle injury
(Askeri) MUHAREBE DIŞI ARIZA: Muharebe dışı zedelenme; muharebe dışı sakatlık. Bak. "nonbattle casualty" ve "injury"
point of injury
(Askeri) yaralanma noktası
real injury
(Ticaret) maddi hasar
reperfusion injury
(Tıp) reperfüzyon zedelenmesi
salt injury
(Askeri) tuz hasarı
self inflicted injury
(Kanun) kendisini sakatlama
self inflicted injury
(Kanun) kendi kendini yaralama
thermal injury
(Tıp) termal zedelenme
whiplash injury
omurga incinmesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any damage or violation of, the person, character, feelings, rights, property, or interests of an individual; that which injures, or occasions wrong, loss, damage, or detriment; harm; hurt; loss; mischief; wrong; evil; as, his health was impaired by a severe injury; slander is an injury to the character
If someone suffers injury to their feelings, they are badly upset by something. If they suffer injury to their reputation, their reputation is seriously harmed. She was awarded £3,500 for injury to her feelings
Harm or adverse effects to aquatic organisms and the habitats they require to complete their life cycle
{i} hurt; wound; harm, damage; insult, offense
means a bodily injury or physical trauma to You resulting from an Accident (occurring solely, and directly and independently of any other cause or any other physical defect or infirmity existing prior to the Accident) in an Insured Event prior to Your return to Your Point of Departure Exposure to the elements of nature as a direct result of an Accident shall be deemed to be Injury
an accident that results in physical damage or hurt
Accidental bodily injury independent of disease, bodily infirmity or other cause Top
An injury is any diminution in the person's prospects, or, more precisely, a diminution in the person's causal capacity, minus those alternatives that the person has no desire to undertake The younger the person, the smaller this reduction because the person has had less opportunity to thoughtfully reject alternatives Injuries are "actionable"-that is, they are evidence of rights-if they are caused by breaches of duty
For Workers’ Compensation purposes: any injury, illness, or disease arising out of employment An injury may be traumatic, repetitive, or cumulative over time, or an aggravation of a medical condition that is either pre-existing to employment or not proximate to it
to add insult to injury: see insult
The term "Injury" means a physical or mental condition that is the direct or indirect result of an Accident (other than an occupational Accident) sustained by a Covered Person while covered under this Plan
means damage or harm to the physical structure of the body and those diseases or infections naturally resulting from the damage or harm The term also includes occupational diseases
any damage or injury inflicted upon another
results from the acute exposure to physical agents such as mechanical energy, heat, electricity, chemicals and ionizing radiation in amounts or at rates above the threshold for human tolerance
An injury is damage done to a person's or an animal's body. Four police officers sustained serious injuries in the explosion The two other passengers escaped serious injury
A bodily injury that is the direct result of an accident and not related to any other causes that occurred after the effective date of the policy
A specific impairment of body structure or function caused by an outside agent or force, which may be physical or chemical
Reversible phenotypic response of bacteria exposed to sublethal stressors
In US law, a finding by the International Trade Commission that imports are causing, or are likely to cause, harm to a US industry An injury determination is the basis for a Section 201 case It is also a requirement in all anti-dumping and most countervailing duty cases, in conjunction with Commerce Department determinations on dumping and subsidization
is physical harm or damage to the body resulting from an exchange, usually acute, of mechanical, chemical, thermal, or other environmental energy that exceeds the body's tolerance
Injuries can be classified by the intent or purposefulness of occurrence in two categories, intentional and unintentional injuries Intentional injuries are ones that are purposely inflicted and often associated with violence These include child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, aggravated assault, homicide, and suicide Unintentional injuries include only those injuries that occur without intent of harm and are not purposely inflicted
harm or damage; produced disturbance of structure and/or function
1 the infringement of another's legal right
Any damage or violation of the person, character, feelings, rights, property, or interests of an individual; that which injures, or occasions wrong, loss, damage, or detriment; harm; hurt; loss; mischief; wrong; evil; as, his health was impaired by a severe injury; slander is an injury to the character
Any damage or hurt done to a person or thing; detriment to, or violation of, the person, character, feelings, rights, property, or interests of an individual; that which injures, or occasions wrong, loss, damage, or detriment; harm; hurt; loss; mischief; wrong; evil; as, his health was impaired by a severe injury; slander is an injury to the character
Damage or hurt done or suffered In health insurance, an injury refers to bodily damage sustained by accident
an act that injures someone an accident that results in physical damage or hurt any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc
A physical harm or disability, which is the result of a specific incident, caused by external means The physical harm or disability must have occurred at an identifiable time and place Injury does not include illness or infection of a cut or wound, or self-inflicted injury
any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc
For purposes of the Workers' Compensation Act, an injury to an employee includes any injury, regardless of the worker's previous physical condition, that arises in the course of employment and relates to the employment Injury includes aggravation, reactivation, acceleration, or death resulting from the injury An injury also includes certain occupational diseases listed in the Workers' Compensation Act
When a player is injured and sitting or lying on the ground, the referee may stop play after allowing the opponent full advantage of a possession The referee will then allow the injured player to be examined and allow for substitution
a casualty to military personnel resulting from combat
Persistent muscle spasm may occur as a protective mechanism following an injury, such as a broken bone In this instance, the spasm tends to minimize movement and stabilize the area of injury Injury of the muscle alone may cause the muscle to spasm
Accidental bodily injury sustained by you: After the Effective Date; and While the policy is in force
an act that injures someone
What occurs when you are injured in a specific, one time event or several small events within a short period of time
Death or personal injury from electric shock, burn, fire, arcing or explosion resulting from electrical energy
injury time
Additional time played straight after each of the two halves, due to any stoppages occurring during the halves
injury time
time added to the end of any period according to the referee's judgment of time lost due to player injuries or intentional stalling by a team
injury time
Extra time added to the end of a half to compensate for time stoppage due to injuries
injury time
Time added to the end of any period to make up for time taken for player injuries or either team's intentional delay of play The amount of injury time added is at the referee's discretion
injury time
Time added to the end of either half by the referee to compensate for time lost due to injuries during each half; the determination of injury time is solely the responsibility of the referee
injury time
Time sometimes added to the end of either half by the referee to allow for time lost due to injuries or other stoppages The referee decides how much time to add
injury time
Injury time is the period of time added to the end of a football game because play was stopped during the match when players were injured. playing time added on to a game such as football because of time lost when players are injured extra time
injury time
Additional time added to the end of each half to compensate for the stoppage of play due to injuries, wasted time, or the scoring of a goal
injury time
Time added on by the referee after the end of the half and the game because of injuries, arguments or "stoppages" of play Also known as stoppage time
injury time
Time added to the end of each half to compensate for stoppages due to injuries, the scoring of a goal or time-wasting
add insult to injury
To further a loss with mockery or indignity

As if the hostile takeover weren't enough, to add insult to injury they scrapped ninety percent of our products and replaced them with their own.

needlestick injury
Puncture of the skin by a hypodermic needle or other sharp object

The nurse developed hepatitis as a result of a needlestick injury.

Attributive form of needlestick injury, noun
repetitive strain injury
injury to muscles and tendons caused by continuous repetitive use of particular muscle groups, especially in one's arms and hands, for example by using a keyboard and/or mouse, playing a musical instrument or working on an assembly line
{n} hurt, mischief, detriment, reproach
repetitive strain injury
(Tıp, İlaç) A repetitive strain injury (RSI), also called cumulative trauma disorder, occupational overuse syndrome, or work related upper limb disorder (WRULD), is any of a loose group of conditions resulting from overuse of a tool, eg. computer, guitar, knife, etc. or other activity that requires repeated movements. It is a syndrome that affects muscles, tendons and nerves in the hands, arms and upper back. The medically accepted condition in which it occurs is when muscles in these areas are kept tense for very long periods of time, due to poor posture and/or repetitive motions
to add insult to injury
(deyim) Said when you feel that someone has made a bad situation worse by doing something else to upset you

They told me I was too old for the job, and then to add insult to injury, they refused to pay my expenses!.

add insult to injury
hit someone when he is already down, hurt someone even more than he is already hurt
added insult to injury
made a hurtful situation even worse, hurt someone even more than he has been hurt already
adding insult to injury
making a hurtful situation even worse, hurting someone even more than he has been hurt already
blast injury
injury which results from a shock or jolt
bodily injury insurance
insurance covering physical injury
brain injury
Injury to the brain caused by a brain bleed in prematurity, trauma, infections, or other events that affect functioning in various ways
brain injury
Brain injury often results from a trauma to the head and/or brain Traumatic brain injury can result from a bump to the head or from a force strong enough to cause the brain to bounce against the skull, such as in a motor vehicle crash
brain injury
A condition characterized by significant destruction of brain tissue and resultant loss of brain function
brain injury
The physical damage to brain tissue or structure that occurs before, during, or after birth that is verified by EEG, MRI, CAT, or a similar examination, rather than by observation of performance When caused by an accident, the damage may be called Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
crush injury
Effects of compression of the body (e.g., in a building collapse). Victims with severe chest and abdominal injuries usually die before help arrives. In survivors, pulse and blood pressure are usually normal at first, then blood leakage from ruptured vessels causes shock and local swelling, and blood pressure falls. Release of proteins from crushed muscles can cause kidney failure a day or two afterwards. Later, embolisms form from fat droplets that have merged after being squeezed out of fat cells and bone marrow
fatal injury
mortal wound, deadly wound, lethal damage
head injury
a broad term that describes a vast array of injuries that occur to the scalp, skull, brain, and underlying tissue and blood vessels in the child's head Head injuries are also commonly referred to as brain injury, or traumatic brain injury (TOBY), depending on the extent of the head trauma
head injury
Refers to an injury of the head and/or brain, including lacerations and contusions of the head, scalp and/or forehead See also Brain Injury
head injury
Refers to an injury of the head and/or brain, including lacerations and contusions of the head, scalp and/or forehead See Brain Injury
irreversible injury
injury that cannot be healed, injury that cannot be made whole again
light injury
injury that is not serious
moderate injury
injury that is not very serious
mortal injury
deadly injury, fatal injury
pecuniary injury
financial damage, economic injury
personal injury
bodily injury, bodily contusion
physical injury
injury to the body, bodily harm
radiation injury
Tissue damage caused by exposure to ionizing radiation. Structures with rapid cell turnover (e.g., skin, stomach or intestinal lining, and bone marrow) are most susceptible. High-dose irradiation of the last two causes radiation sickness. Nausea and vomiting subside in a few hours. They are followed in intestinal cases by abdominal pain, fever, and diarrhea leading to dehydration and a fatal shocklike state, and in bone-marrow cases (two to three weeks later) by fever, weakness, hair loss, infection, and hemorrhage. In severe cases, death occurs from infection and uncontrollable bleeding. Lower radiation doses can cause cancer (notably leukemia and breast cancer), sometimes years later. Radiation exposure in early pregnancy can produce abnormalities in the embryo, whose cells are multiplying rapidly
repetitive strain injury
Repetitive strain injury is the same as RSI. computer users suffering from repetitive strain injury. Damage to tendons, nerves, and other soft tissues that is caused by the repeated performance of a limited number of physical movements and is characterized by numbness, pain, and a wasting and weakening of muscles. RSI pains in your hands, arms etc caused by doing the same hand movements many times, especially by using a computer keyboard or mouse
serious injury
grave wound, much harm
severe injury
serious injury, grave harm
smoke inhalation injury
injury caused by breathing in smoke