break down

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
bozulmak
duygularını kontrol edememek
(deyim) calismaz duruma gelmek
(deyim) ruhen yikilmak
baskıya dayanamamak
yıkılmak
bölmek
yıkmak

Bizim sosyal engelleri yıkmak için çok çalışmamız gerekmektedir. - We must work hard to break down social barriers.

(Fiili Deyim ) bozulmak , yılmak , çökmek
ruhen yıkılmak
parçala
(deyim) suya dusmek,basarisiz olmak,yarida kesmek
kırmak

Polis kapıyı kırmak için koçbaşı kullandı. - The police used a battering ram to break down the door.

Tom kapıyı kırmak için uğraşmaya başladı. - Tom began trying to break down the door.

s_h.parçala+e.bozul
parçalamak
işlenmez hale gelmek
(Dilbilim) ayrıntılandırmak
çökmek
(Dilbilim) tükenmek
arıza vermek
kendini kaybetmek
işlemez duruma gelmek
vurup devirmek
(Dilbilim) yıkılıp gitmek
(Dilbilim) ayrıntılı olarak sunmak
parçalanmak
kendini tutamayıp ağlamak
arıza yapmak
arıza meydana gelmek
(Politika, Siyaset) çöküntüye uğramak
yen(il)mek
Çalışmaz duruma gelmek, bozulmak
Suya düşmek, başarısız olmak, yarıda kesmek
Kötü sağlık nedeniyle çökmek, kendinden geçmek
(deyim) kotu saglik nedeniyle cokmek,kendinden gecmek
bozmak
(Dilbilim) yok olmak
(Ticaret) iflas etmek
kendinden geçmek
(Dilbilim) bitkin düşmek
listelemek
breakdown
bozulma

Müzakerelerde bir bozulma savaş anlamına gelecektir. - A breakdown in the negotiations will mean war.

Sanırım görüşmenin bozulması için kısmen suçlanacaksın. - I think you're partly to blame for the negotiation breakdown.

breakdown
arıza

Bir arıza mı yaşıyorsunuz? - Are you having a breakdown?

Arabamızda bir arıza olduğu için geç kaldık. - We are late because our car had a breakdown.

break down into
ayır
break down in tears
gözünden yaşlar boşalmak
break down one's prejudices
önyargılarını yıkmak
break down the lesson
dersi asmak
break down the lesson
dersi kırmak
break down voltage
(Elektrik, Elektronik) atlama voltajı
breakdown
{i} analiz
break sth. down
(deyim) tahlil etmek,kisimlara ayirmak,ayrintilara inmek. a breakdown ayrintili hesap
breakdown
(Nükleer Bilimler) kırılım
breakdown
(deyim) bozulma (makina);asap bozulması
break down into
ayırmak
break something down
parçalamak
breakdown
(Bilgisayar) duraksatma
breakdown
(Bilgisayar) delinme gaz
breakdown
delinme
breakdown
(Politika, Siyaset) yapı
breakdown
bozukluk
breakdown
(Havacılık) kesilme
breakdown
(Askeri,Ticaret) dağılım
breakdown
yolda kalmak
breakdown
çürümek
breakdown
(Gıda) kırılma
breakdown
tahlil
breakdown
(Ticaret) hesap dökümü
breakdown
(Ticaret) müfredat
breakdown
(Askeri) çalışmama
breakdown
durma

1679'da, o bir sinir krizi geçirdikten sonra Newton'un işi durma noktasına geldi. - In 1679, Newton's work came to standstill after he suffered a nervous breakdown.

breakdown
(Havacılık) arızalanma
breakdown
(İnşaat) atlama
breakdown
parçalanmak
breakdown
(sinirsel) bozukluk
breakdown
çökme
breakdown
inceleme
break it down
aşağı kırmak
break sth down
tahlil etmek, kısımlara ayırmak, ayrıntılara inmek
break sth down
gidermek, yenmek
break#down
parçala
break sth. down
(deyim) gidermek,yenmek
breakdown
{i} tutukluk
breakdown
{i} çöküntü

Tom'un sinirsel çöküntüsü vardı. - Tom had a mental breakdown.

breakdown
{i} ayrıntılı hesap
breakdown
{i} sağlığın bozulması
breakdown
teferruatlı hesap
breakdown
durma asap bozulması
breakdown
döküm
breakdown
sinir bozukluğu
breakdown
inceleme/bozukluk/arıza
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
to decay

Leaves and grass will break down into compost faster if you keep them moist.

to become unstable, mentally or otherwise

She is back to work now, after her break down.

to fail

I am afraid my computer will break down if I try to run it at too high a speed.

to give more detail

If you don't understand, ask him to break down the numbers for you.

When a substance breaks down or when something breaks it down, a biological or chemical process causes it to separate into the substances which make it up. Over time, the protein in the eggshell breaks down into its constituent amino acids The oil is attacked by naturally occurring microbes which break it down
cause to fall or collapse
break, collapse under its own weight; spoil, decompose
separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts
stop operating or functioning; "The engine finally went"; "The car died on the road"; "The bus we travelled in broke down on the way to town"; "The coffee maker broke"; "The engine failed on the way to town"; "her eyesight went after the accident"
make ineffective; "Martin Luther King tried to break down racial discrimination"
If a machine or a vehicle breaks down, it stops working. Their car broke down
collapse due to fatigue, an illness, or a sudden attack make ineffective; "Martin Luther King tried to break down racial discrimination"
To break down something such as an idea or statement means to separate it into smaller parts in order to make it easier to understand or deal with. The report breaks down the results region by region These rules tell us how a sentence is broken down into phrases
If a discussion, relationship, or system breaks down, it fails because of a problem or disagreement. Talks with business leaders broke down last night Paola's marriage broke down
fall apart; "the building crimbled after the explosion"; "Negociations broke down"
If you break down a door or barrier, you hit it so hard that it falls to the ground. An unruly mob broke down police barricades and stormed the courtroom Firemen were called after his father failed to break the door down
If someone breaks down, they lose control of themselves and start crying. Because he was being so kind and concerned, I broke down and cried
lose control of one's emotions; "When she heard that she had not passed the exam, she lost it completely"; "When her baby died, she snapped"
collapse due to fatigue, an illness, or a sudden attack
cause to fall or collapse lose control of one's emotions; "When she heard that she had not passed the exam, she lost it completely"; "When her baby died, she snapped
approval To break down barriers or prejudices that separate people or restrict their freedom means to change people's attitudes so that the barriers or prejudices no longer exist. His early experience enabled him to break down barriers between Scottish Catholics and Protestants. see also breakdown, broken-down
make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of; break down into components or essential features; "analyze a specimen"; "analyze a sentence"; "analyze a chemical compound"
degrade
breakdown
A physical collapse or lapse of mental stability

After so much stress, he suffered a breakdown and simply gave up.

breakdown
Listing, division or categorization in great detail

Looking at the breakdown of the budget, I see a few items we could cut.

break it down
(slang) stop!, stop what ever you are doing!to deconstruct/take apart a box - "Make sure you break down the boxes before you go, Tom."to dance/begin dancing/dance wildly - In his song "U Can't Touch This" MC Hammer says, "Break it down." Note that this is always "break it down" and not "break down".to explain something - "Could you please break this down for us? We don't get it."to stop working/functioning properly - "My car broke down last night and now it's in the shop getting fixed." or "Your engine is going to break down if you don't change the oil."to freak out or struggle emotionally ("break down" or "breakdown") - "I'm having a nervous breakdown! Help me!" or "I'm breaking down emotionally, Sally. I think I need to see a psychologist."
breakdown
A disruptive discharge through the insulation in a wire
breakdown
MAFF define a breakdown (or a TB incident) as occurring when one or more reactors are revealed by the tuberculin skin test or when disease is suspected in either live cattle showing clinical disease or in carcases with lesions at post-mortem examination
breakdown
A move through the lower border of a technical pattern More reliable if accompanied by a rise in volume
breakdown
a specific type of failure, where an item of plant or equipment is completely unable to function
breakdown
Any rude, noisy dance performed by shuffling the feet, usually by one person at a time
breakdown
a detailed list (usually prepared by the assistant director) of everything required for the shooting of a film, scene by scene and day by day
breakdown
A breakdown of something is a list of its separate parts. The organisers were given a breakdown of the costs. = analysis
breakdown
Breaking of chemical bonds within a compound to produce simpler compounds or elements
breakdown
a mental or physical breakdown
breakdown
further detail or categorization
breakdown
the act of disrupting an established order so it fails to continue; "the social dislocations resulting from government policies"; "his warning came after the breakdown of talks in London"
breakdown
If a car or a piece of machinery has a breakdown, it stops working. Her old car was unreliable, so the trip was plagued by breakdowns
breakdown
a detailed list (usually prepared by the assistant director) of everything required for the shooting of a film, scene-by-scene and day-by-day
breakdown
a cessation of normal operation; "there was a power breakdown"
breakdown
A detailed listing and description of roles available for casting in a production
breakdown
an analysis into mutually exclusive categories a cessation of normal operation; "there was a power breakdown" a mental or physical breakdown
breakdown
The occurrence of a zero divisor in an iterative method
breakdown
A disruptive discharge through insulation due to failure under electrostatic stress
breakdown
A noisy, rapid, shuffling dance engaged in competitively by a number of persons or pairs in succession, as among the colored people of the Southern United States, and so called, perhaps, because the exercise is continued until most of those who take part in it break down
breakdown
an analysis into mutually exclusive categories
breakdown
A written accounting of the shooting schedule and production resources
breakdown
the process of breaking an opponent beneath you to his stomach or side This often makes turning him over for a pin easier
breakdown
a lapse of mental stability
breakdown
The division of circulation as to types of business or industry reached, the functions or titles of recipients, and/or their demographic characteristics or geographical location
breakdown
an analysis or classification of something (e g costs) into component parts
breakdown
A term indicating a downside resolution of a chart pattern Its significance is determined by the same factors governing a breakout
breakdown
a failure, particularly mechanical; something that has failed
breakdown
the disruptive discharge through insulation due to failure under electrostatic stress
breakdown
Identification of the smallest activities or task in a job according to a defined procedure
breakdown
Blocks or slabs of rock which have fallen from the ceiling of a cave A very common feature of many caves, breakdown blocks may be small or they may be as big as schoolbuses In either case, they form the floor of many passageways and must be climbed over or through to continue exploration They may also form a terminal collapse, where, although further passage is suspected to lie on the far side of the breakdown pile, they form an impenetrable barrier to further exploration Some cavers have made a name for themselves in caving circles by pushing through seemingly terminal breakdown to find a way onward; however, this type of "pushing" is dangerous and should not be attempted by novice cavers
breakdown
failure of insulator or insulating medium to prevent discharge or current flow
breakdown
a musical technique, by where the music is stripped down, becoming simpler, and can vary in heaviness depending on the genre
breakdown
a large or small accumulation of rock filling all or part of a cave passage after the collapse of part of the walls and ceiling
breakdown
The breakdown of something such as a relationship, plan, or discussion is its failure or ending. the breakdown of talks between the US and EU officials. the irretrievable breakdown of a marriage = collapse
breakdown
If you have a breakdown, you become very depressed, so that you are unable to cope with your life. My personal life was terrible. My mother had died, and a couple of years later I had a breakdown see also nervous breakdown
breakdown
Unexpected or unwanted results obtained from an effort to accomplish a task; may include the lack of accomplishment of the task
breakdown
(general): a switch within a feeder
breakdown
an analysis into mutually exclusive categories a cessation of normal operation; "there was a power breakdown"
breakdown
The act or result of breaking down, as of a carriage; downfall
breakdown
General term for describing the onset or progress of undesirable chemical or physical changes in a fat or oil Thus, breakdown of frying fats may include darkening, formation of excess free fatty acids or peroxides, polymerization and gumming and undesirable foaming
breakdown
{i} collapse, downfall; spoilage, rotting; specification, itemization
breakdown
(1) The separation of files into such basic types as General Correspondence, Case Files, Case Working Papers, Technical References Materials, Convenience Copies, and the like The internal arrangement of basic file types by such filing features as names, places, numbers, dates, or subject categories The division or subdivision of subject categories into successively more specific classes
break down

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    Турецкое произношение

    breyk daun

    Произношение

    /ˈbrāk ˈdoun/ /ˈbreɪk ˈdaʊn/

    Этимология

    [ 'brAk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English breken, from Old English brecan; akin to Old High German brehhan to break, Latin frangere.

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