resist

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İngilizce - Türkçe
direnmek

Günaha karşı direnmek gerçekten çok zor. - It's hard to resist temptation.

O direnmekten vazgeçti ve kendini kaderine teslim etti. - He stopped resisting, and resigned himself to his fate.

dayanmak
karşı koymak

Tom'un boynunu sıkma dürtüsüne karşı koymak zordu. - It was hard to resist the impulse to wring Tom's neck.

Onlar düşman saldırısına karşı koymak için millerce yeraltı tünelleri kazdılar. - They dug miles of underground tunnels to resist the enemy attack.

{f} engellemek
direşmek
göğüslemek
(Tarım) diremek
direnç göstermek
kafa tutmak
göğüs germek
-meden edebilmek
diren

Tom Mary'yi öpme dürtüsüne direndi. - Tom resisted the impulse to kiss Mary.

Tom gülümsemeye direndi. - Tom resisted smiling.

{f} karşı çıkmak
mukavemet etmek
{f} dayanıklı olmak
{f} dayanmak: resist pain acıya dayanmak
kumaş boyacılarının kullandığı tutkal gibi ve kimyasal tesire karşı gelen madde
{f} muhalefet etmek
bir yüzeyi paslanma veya çürümeden korumak için sürülen bir madde
{f} direnmek, karşı durmak, karşı koymak: resist an enemy düşmana karşı koymak
resistance
direnç

Çikolata söz konusu olduğunda direnç faydasızdır. - When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.

Bu türler, doğal seleksiyonun bir sonucu olarak hastalığa karşı direnç geliştirmiştir. - This species has evolved resistance to the disease as a result of natural selection.

resistance
direnme

Adam direnmeden teslim oldu. - The man surrendered without resistance.

Güçlü direnme bekliyoruz. - We expect heavy resistance.

resistance
{i} rezistans
resist printing
(Tekstil) rezerve baskı
resist to
dayanıklı
resist effect
(Tekstil) rezerve etkisi
resist paste
(Tekstil) rezerve patı
resin resist
(Tekstil) reçine rezervesi
resistance
{i} mukavemet
resistance
(Havacılık) resistans
resistance
dayanım
resistance
direni

Columbus Günü, Hint Direniş Günü olarak hatırlanmalıdır. - Columbus Day should be remembered as the Day of Indian Resistance.

Amerika'daki raporlarda, Irak ordusu tarafından yapılan gerilla direnişi terörizm olarak adlandırılır. - In reports in America, guerrilla resistance by the Iraq military is called terrorism.

resistance
(Fizik) dayanırlık
resistance
karşı durma
resisting
direnç gösteren
resisting
mukavemetli
resisting
dirençli
batik resist
batik rezerve
colour resist
renkli rezerve
resistance
dayanma gücü
resistance
karşı çıkma
resistance
karşı koyma

Karşı koyma olacak mı? - Will there be resistance?

Karşı koymanın faydası yok. - Resistance is futile.

resistance
dayanıklılık
resistance
direniş

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'ndeki raporlarda, Irak ordusu tarafından yapılan gerilla direnişi terörizm olarak adlandırılır. - In reports in the United States, guerrilla resistance by the Iraq military is called terrorism.

Direniş hareketi yeraltına indi. - The resistance movement has gone underground.

resistance
karşı çıkmak
to resist
direne
colour resist
(Tekstil) renkli reserve
discharge resist
(Tekstil) aşındırma rezervesi
resistance
karşı gelme
resistance
{i} metanet
resistance
tahammül
resistance
{i} dayanma
resistance
{i} fiz. direnç, rezistans
resister
direnişçi
resistless
dirençsiz
resistless
karşı durulmaz
resistless
dayanılmaz
stock resist
(Tekstil) ana rezerve
tannic resist
(Tekstil) tanik rezerve
to resist
mukavemet etmek
wax resist
(Tekstil) batik rezerve
white resist
(Tekstil) beyaz rezerve
İngilizce - İngilizce
To withstand the actions of
To attempt to counter the actions or effects of
To oppose
A protective coating or covering. Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed., 1989
{v} to oppose, withstand, act against, deny
To stand against; to withstand; to obstruct
{f} oppose, fight against, challenge; withstand, be immune to the effects of; refrain from, desist
To strive against; to endeavor to counteract, defeat, or frustrate; to act in opposition to; to oppose
In art, a substance, such as the wax used in batiks, that resists ink or dye and allows the image to penetrate paper or fabric where the resist materials is not applied
A substance used to prevent a color or mordant from fixing on those parts to which it has been applied, either by acting machanically in preventing the color, etc
refuse to comply
{i} protective coating, coating that inhibits an effect or reaction (such as paint which prevents the rusting of metal)
resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; "His body rejected the liver of the donor"
If you resist doing something, or resist the temptation to do it, you stop yourself from doing it although you would like to do it. Students should resist the temptation to focus on exams alone
To be distasteful to
Something that resists or prevents a certain action; A substance applied to a surface, as of metal, to prevent the action on it of acid or other chemical agent
to oppose (intransitive)
stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something
If you resist something such as a change, you refuse to accept it and try to prevent it. She says she will resist a single European currency being imposed They resisted our attempts to modernize the distribution of books. = oppose
To make opposition
Chemical used to prevent part of a PCB from undergoing some action
The pastes prepared for this purpose are called resist pastes
to withstand such actions (transitive)
Patterning of yarn or textile by covering certain areas, usually with liquid wax, before dyeing
Used to make lines and distinct shapes in the serti technique and anything used to prevent the dye from flowing beyond it There are many varieties and each has their own properties and instructions
A technique of applying a vegetable resin to prevent the smudging or slipping of an area of a pottery vessel
A technique of applying a vegetable resin to prevent the smudging or slipping of certain portion of a pottery vessel
A protective coating that will keep another material from attaching or coating something, as in solder resist, plating resist, or photoresist
from reaching the cloth, or chemically in changing the color so as to render it incapable of fixing itself in the fibers
withstand the force of something; "The trees resisted her"; "stand the test of time"; "The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow"
A light-hardened stencil used in photomechanics to prevent etching of non-printing areas on a printing plate
to attempt to counter the actions or effects of someone or something (transitive)
If you resist someone or resist an attack by them, you fight back against them. The man was shot outside his house as he tried to resist arrest When she had attempted to cut his nails he resisted
express opposition through action or words; "dissent to the laws of the country"
withstand the force of something; "The trees resisted her"; "stand the test of time"; "The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow" stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something refuse to comply resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; "His body rejected the liver of the donor
elude, especially in a baffling way; "This behavior defies explanation"
If someone or something resists damage of some kind, they are not damaged. bodies trained and toughened to resist the cold = withstand
a protective covering
To counteract, as a force, by inertia or reaction
stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something refuse to comply resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; "His body rejected the liver of the donor
resist the attacks of the enemy
withstand the enemy attacks
resist the law
object to the law, oppose the law
resist
Chemical used to prevent part of a PCB from undergoing some action
resist
Patterning of yarn or textile by covering certain areas, usually with liquid wax, before dyeing
resist
Used to make lines and distinct shapes in the serti technique and anything used to prevent the dye from flowing beyond it There are many varieties and each has their own properties and instructions
resist
resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; "His body rejected the liver of the donor"
resist
refuse to comply
resist
elude, especially in a baffling way; "This behavior defies explanation"
resist
withstand the force of something; "The trees resisted her"; "stand the test of time"; "The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow"
resist
stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something
resist
A technique of applying a vegetable resin to prevent the smudging or slipping of certain portion of a pottery vessel
resist
In art, a substance, such as the wax used in batiks, that resists ink or dye and allows the image to penetrate paper or fabric where the resist materials is not applied
resist
A technique of applying a vegetable resin to prevent the smudging or slipping of an area of a pottery vessel
resist
express opposition through action or words; "dissent to the laws of the country"
resist
A light-hardened stencil used in photomechanics to prevent etching of non-printing areas on a printing plate
resist
A protective coating that will keep another material from attaching or coating something, as in solder resist, plating resist, or photoresist
resistance
Shortened form of electrical resistance
resistance
An underground organization engaged in a struggle for liberation from forceful occupation
resister
a person who resists going along with others in a common course of action
resister
a person who fights against the government
resister
in electronics, a device that bars the passage of an electric charge between two points
resistless
unresisting
resistance
the exertion of opposite effort or effect
resistless
powerless
resistance
{n} opposition, the power which resists
A resist
reserve
ni-resist
cast iron consisting of graphite in a matrix of austenite
resistance
The inherent characteristic of a material to inhibit the transfer of energy In electrical conductors, electrical resistance results in the generation of heat Electrical resistance is measured in Ohms
resistance
The resistance to electrical current Resistance is measured in ohms
resistance
for Jung, merely the ego's narrowness, which excludes what is incompatible with self-image (see Carl Rogers) Jung believed in supporting it because who can say if the ego is sufficient to withstand the assault from the unconscious The client digs up the material when he's ready to
resistance
Electrical resistance is a measure of how hard it is for a current to pass through a given material It is similar to the way that it is harder for you to walk through water than air It is usually measured in Ohms
resistance
(medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease
resistance
the action of opposing something that you disapprove or disagree with; "he encountered a general feeling of resistance from many citizens"; "despite opposition from the newspapers he went ahead"
resistance
refers to the resistance of a material to the flow of electrons, measured in ohms
resistance
the degree of unresponsiveness of a disease-causing microorganism to antibiotics or other drugs (as in penicillin-resistant bacteria)
resistance
The unit of resistance is the ohm
resistance
{i} opposition, act of fighting against; act of withstanding the effects of; (Medicine) natural ability of an organism to resist disease (or bacteria or poisonous substances produced in diseases); quality of a conductor which resists an electrical current (Electricity); underground organization in an occupied country which fights against the occupying forces
resistance
The quality of not yielding to force or external pressure; that power of a body which acts in opposition to the impulse or pressure of another, or which prevents the effect of another power; as, the resistance of the air to a body passing through it; the resistance of a target to projectiles
resistance
The electrical characteristic of a component, material, circuit, or system which acts to limit current in a circuit It is measured in ohms (W) and designated with the letter R Resistance depends on the molecular structure and dimensions of a component or device and on the configuration of a circuit or system See OHM
resistance
In dc circuits, the opposition a material offers to current, measured in ohms In ac circuits, resistance is the real component of impedance, and may be higher than the value measured at dc
resistance
any mechanical force that tends to retard or oppose motion
resistance
The resistance in a substance to the flow of electric current Devices with a specific resistance, called resistors, are used in electronic circuits
resistance
1 In electricity, the factor by which the square of the instantaneous conduction current must be multiplied to obtain the power lost by heat dissipation or other permanent radiation of energy away from the electrical current
resistance
the quality that impedes the flow of electric current All materials have some degree of inherent resistance Substances with low resistance (such as metals) conduct electricity well and are called conductors Substances with very high resistance are called insulators or non-conductors
resistance
an electrical device that resists the flow of electrical current
resistance
The property of a conductor that determines the current produced by a given potential difference It impedes the flow of current and results in the dissipation of power as heat Resistance is measured in ohms
resistance
The opposite of support These are price levels in a market that are expected to provide some barrier to a price rise Resistance levels act as a ceiling to gains and are predominately derived from prior market peaks or levels where the market had been very active
resistance
(electrical) The ability of all CONDUCTORs of electricity to resist the flow of current, turning some of it into heat Resistance depends on the cross section of the conductor (the smaller the cross section, the greater the resistance) and its temperature (the hotter the cross section, the greater its resistance)
resistance
In dc circuits, the opposition a material offers to current flow, measured in ohms In ac circuits, resistance is the real component of impedance and may be higher than the value measured at dc
resistance
In a country which is occupied by the army of another country, or which has a very harsh and strict government, the resistance is an organized group of people who are involved in illegal activities against the people in power. They managed to escape after being arrested by the resistance
resistance
A force that tends to oppose motion
resistance
The resistance to flow of electricity through a material
resistance
The opposition to electric current flow All conductors offer some resistance and the basic unit of resistance is the ohm Resolution The degree of accuracy to which a controller can be set to or the degree of accuracy of an output function as in a digital readout of a specific output Rheostat A variable resistor having one movable contact (wiper), and one terminal fixed at one end of the resistance A potentiometer can be connected as a rheostat by connecting the wiper to either one of its other terminals
resistance
A point on a chart, represented by a straight line connecting at least two points, at which price may be expected to turn down A resistance may be either horizontal or diagonal Resistance will be strong or weak depending on factors such as the number of points touching the resistance and the period during which the resistance occurs Thus a long term resistance touching many points will be a strong impediment to a medium term rally Horizontal resistance will only be strong if volume accompanied the previous occurrence of the price in question Diagonal resistance does not depend on volume for its efficacy
resistance
the opposition that a material offers to the flow of electricity in a circuit   As every material (including wire and connectors) offers some level of resistance, using components of differing resistance can direct or divert voltage and amperage   When occurring in a direct current circuit, this opposition to current flow is referred to as resistance; in an alternating current circuit, as impedance   Resistance can be compared to an upward angle in a pipe carrying water  
resistance
Wind or air resistance is a force which slows down a moving object or vehicle. The design of the bicycle has managed to reduce the effects of wind resistance and drag
resistance
group action in opposition to those in power (psychiatry) an unwillingness to bring repressed feelings into conscious awareness the degree of unresponsiveness of a disease-causing microorganism to antibiotics or other drugs (as in penicillin-resistant bacteria) any mechanical force that tends to retard or oppose motion
resistance
A certain hindrance or opposition to the passage of an electrical current or discharge offered by conducting bodies
resistance
group action in opposition to those in power
resistance
The act of resisting, or the capacity to resist
resistance
The opposition of electric current by a material or electrical device Electrical energy is converted into thermal and other forms of energy when work is done by a current to overcome a resistance
resistance
a material's opposition to the flow of electric current; measured in ohms
resistance
A stock that tends to find significant selling pressure at a certain price level is said to have overhead resistance at that price level Technical indicators like moving averages can also provide resistance as downtrending stocks rally up to touch these trendlines and spark new sellers at such resistance points
resistance
#1 Symbol R, measured in ohms The ratio of the potential difference across an electrical component to the current passing through it R = Voltage (V) / Current (A) It is therefore a measure of a components opposition to the flow of electric charge
resistance
If you take the line of least resistance in a situation, you do what is easiest, even though you think that it may not be the right thing to do. In American English, you usually talk about the path of least resistance. They would rather take the line of least resistance than become involved in arguments. or Underground Clandestine groups opposed to Nazi rule in German-occupied Europe in World War II. The groups included civilians who worked secretly against the occupation and armed bands of partisans or guerrilla fighters. Resistance activities ranged from assisting the escape of Jews and Allied airmen shot down over enemy territory to committing sabotage, ambushing German patrols, and sending intelligence information to the Allies. Resistance groups were not always unified; in some countries, rival groups divided along communist and noncommunist lines. However, in France the clandestine National Council of the Resistance coordinated all French groups, which gave support to the Normandy Campaign and participated in the August 1944 uprising that helped liberate Paris. Resistance groups in other northern European countries also undertook military actions to help the Allied forces in 1944-45. Opposition that a material or electrical circuit offers to the flow of electric current. It is the property of a circuit that transforms electrical energy into heat energy as it opposes the flow of current. The resistance R, the electromotive force or voltage V, and the current I are related by Ohm's (Hukuk) The resistance of an electrical conductor generally increases with increasing temperature and is utilized in devices such as lamps and heaters. The ohm () is the common unit of electrical resistance; one ohm is equal to one volt (see electromotive force) per ampere. passive resistance drug resistance Harakat al Muqawimah al Islamiyyah Islamic Resistance Movement Underground Railroad
resistance
the ability of a microorganism to mutate or change its structure in such a way that it loses its sensitivity to a drug; a resistant organism can function and replicate despite the drug's presence Contrast with susceptible See also cross-resistance
resistance
The act of resisting; opposition, passive or active
resistance
(psychiatry) an unwillingness to bring repressed feelings into conscious awareness
resistance
the opposition which a device or material offers to the flow of current; measured in ohms
resistance
the military action of resisting the enemy's advance; "the enemy offered little resistance"
resistance
In electrical engineering or physics, resistance is the ability of a substance or an electrical circuit to stop the flow of an electrical current through it. materials that lose all their electrical resistance
resistance
The opposition that a substance offers to the flow of electric current
resistance
A means or method of resisting; that which resists
resistance
The property of conductors which - depending on their dimensions, material, and temperature - determines the current produced by a given difference of potential; that property of a substance which impedes current and results in the dissipation of power in the form of heat The practical unit of resistance is the ohm
resistance
a secret group organized to overthrow a government or occupation force
resistance
It bears an inverse relation to the conductivity, good conductors having a small resistance, while poor conductors or insulators have a very high resistance
resistance
Resistance to an attack consists of fighting back against the people who have attacked you. The troops are encountering stiff resistance
resistance
The resistance of your body to germs or diseases is its power to remain unharmed or unaffected by them. This disease is surprisingly difficult to catch as most people have a natural resistance to it
resistance
Resistance to something such as a change or a new idea is a refusal to accept it. The US wants big cuts in European agricultural export subsidies, but this is meeting resistance
resisted
past of resist
resister
One who resists
resister
{i} opponent, one who opposes, one who resists
resister
someone who offers opposition
resister
someone who systematically obstructs some action that others want to take
resisting
present participle of resist
resisting
Making resistance; opposing; as, a resisting medium
resistless
Having no power to resist; making no opposition
resistless
irresistible
resistless
offering no resistance; "resistless hostages"; "No other colony showed such supine, selfish helplessness in allowing her own border citizens to be mercilessly harried"- Theodore Roosevelt
resistless
{s} irresistible, impossible to resist; not resisting, not presenting opposition
resistless
Incapable of being resisted; irresistible
resists
plural of resist
resists
third-person singular of resist
sorry could not resist
I apologize but I couldn't help myself
resist