instinctively

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İngilizce - Türkçe
içgüdüsel olarak

İçgüdüsel olarak ne yaptığını bilme yeteneğine güveniyorum. - I trust your ability to know what to do instinctively.

Tom içgüdüsel olarak tepki gösterdi. - Tom reacted instinctively.

İçgüdüsel olarak

Tom içgüdüsel olarak tepki gösterdi. - Tom reacted instinctively.

Çocuklara ve bebeklere içgüdüsel olarak kötü davranıyorum. - I'm instinctively bad with children and infants.

z. içgüdüsel olarak
instinct
içgüdü

Sanatta, aşktaki gibi, içgüdü yeterince iyidir. - In art, as in love, instinct is good enough.

İyi bir vuruşcu olmak için, gevşek tutmalısın ve içgüdünü izlemelisin. - To be a good batter, you've got to hang loose and follow your instincts.

instinct
(Tıp) İçgüdü, sevki tabii, insiyak
instinctive
{s} doğuştan var olan
instinct
iç güdü
instinct
his

Hislerime güvenmem gerekip gerekmediğini merak ediyorum. - I wonder if I should trust my instincts.

instinct
(Denizbilim) instinkt
instinctive
içgüdüsel

İçgüdüsel olarak ne yaptığını bilme yeteneğine güveniyorum. - I trust your ability to know what to do instinctively.

Tom içgüdüsel olarak geri çekildi. - Tom instinctively backed away.

instinctive
içgüdülü
instinct
(Tıp) Dolu (can, his, kuvvet, v.s. ile)
instinct
sezgi

Sezgilerinize güvenin. - Trust your instincts.

Senin sezgilerin yanlış. - Your instincts are wrong.

instinct
kabiliyet
instinct
sevkıtabii
instinct
yetenek

Senin güzel yeteneklerin var. - You have good instincts.

instinct
dolu
instinct
with" ile dolu
instinctive
(Tıp) İçgüdü halinde kendisini hissettiren, dürtü şeklinde içten gelen
instinctive
(Tıp) İçgüdü ile ilgili, içgüdüsel
instinctive
akseden
instinctive
insiyaki
İngilizce - İngilizce
Innately, by instinct, without being taught

Fish instinctively know how to swim; most humans don't.

as a matter of instinct; "he instinctively grabbed the knife"
naturally, spontaneously, intuitively, automatically
In an instinctive manner; by force of instinct; by natural impulse
as a matter of instinct; "he instinctively grabbed the knife
instinct
An intuitive reaction not based on rational conscious thought

Debbie's instinct was to distrust John.

instinctive
related to or prompted by instinct
instinct
inborn pattern of behavior often responsive to specific stimuli; "the spawning instinct in salmon"; "altruistic instincts in social animals
instinct
(followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated; "imbued with the spirit of the Reformation"; "words instinct with love"; "it is replete with misery"
instinct
A natural aptitude or knack; a predilection; as, an instinct for order; to be modest by instinct
instinct
A natural or inherent impulse or behaviour
instinct
a complex and specific response by an organism to an environmental stimuli that is largely hereditary and unalterable, does not involve reason, and has as its goal the removal of a "somatic" (inst note: physical, relating to the body) tension also, Behavior that is mediated by reactions below the conscious level
instinct
the natural, unreasoning, impulse by which an animal is guided to the performance of any action, without thought of improvement in the method
instinct
An innately determined behavior that is specific to a certain species and appears in the same form in all members of the species
instinct
If you have an instinct for something, you are naturally good at it or able to do it. Farmers are increasingly losing touch with their instinct for managing the land = aptitude
instinct
If it is your instinct to do something, you feel that it is right to do it. I should've gone with my first instinct, which was not to do the interview
instinct
{i} natural sense or impulse, natural tendency; innate behavioral patterns; talent, natural ability; intuition
instinct
To impress, as an animating power, or instinct
instinct
a uniform, inherited, regularly recurring impulsion toward a certain activity Polar opposite and complement to the archetype The most conservative force in man, usually expressed via traditions Instinct in its primary form is composed of an endogamous tendency and an exogamous one Power source for symbols, which convert it into useful forms All processes whose energies aren't under conscious control are instinctive
instinct
Instinct is the natural tendency that a person or animal has to behave or react in a particular way. I didn't have as strong a maternal instinct as some other mothers He always knew what time it was, as if by instinct
instinct
Unlearned response provided by the ego in order to maintain illusion
instinct
inborn pattern of behavior often responsive to specific stimuli; "the spawning instinct in salmon"; "altruistic instincts in social animals"
instinct
Specif
instinct
An inherited pattern of behavior common to members of a particular species
instinct
Genus: Knowledge Differentia: Automatic and innate, prescribing actions required for survival Comment: Instincts are not actually a form of knowledge, although the effect is the same Knowledge is the product of a mental process Instincts bypass this entirely
instinct
Instinct is a feeling that you have that something is the case, rather than an opinion or idea based on facts. He seems so honest and genuine and my every instinct says he's not. = intuition. a natural tendency to behave in a particular way or a natural ability to know something, which is not learned intuition instinct for (instinctus, from instinguere ). Involuntary response by an animal, resulting in a predictable and relatively fixed behaviour pattern. Instinctive behaviour is an inherited mechanism that serves to promote the survival of an animal or species. It is most apparent in fighting and sexual activity. The simplest form is the reflex. All animals have instinct, but, in general, the higher the animal form, the more flexible the behaviour. Among mammals, learned behaviour often prevails over instinctive behaviour
instinct
Behaviours which do not need to be learned They help an animal survive
instinct
Urged or stimulated from within; naturally moved or impelled; imbued; animated; alive; quick; as, birds instinct with life
instinct
Natural inward impulse; unconscious, involuntary, or unreasoning prompting to any mode of action, whether bodily, or mental, without a distinct apprehension of the end or object to be accomplished
instinctive
Of or pertaining to instinct; derived from, or prompted by, instinct; of the nature of instinct; determined by natural impulse or propensity; acting or produced without reasoning, deliberation, instruction, or experience; spontaneous
instinctive
unthinking; prompted by (or as if by) instinct; "a cat's natural aversion to water"; "offering to help was as instinctive as breathing"
instinctive
An instinctive feeling, idea, or action is one that you have or do without thinking or reasoning. It's an absolutely instinctive reaction -- if a child falls you pick it up = natural + instinctively in·stinc·tive·ly Jane instinctively knew all was not well with her 10-month old son. based on instinct and not involving thought
instinctive
{s} pertaining to instinct; prompted by instinct, based on innate behavioral patterns, natural, inborn; impulsive, spontaneous; intuitive
instinctive
driven by impulse, spontaneous and without thinking
instinctively