cleansing

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} temizleme
temizleyici
temizle(mek)
temizle
(sıfat) temizleyici
cleansing agent
temizleme şirketi
cleansing cream
temizleme kremi
cleansing gel
Temizleyici jel
cleanse
tertemiz yapmak
boiler cleansing compound
kazantaşı çözücüsü
cleanse
(yara/vb.) temizlemek
cleanse
temizle

Avrupalılar iblislerin kıtasını temizlemek için bir cinci hoca tuttu. - The Europeans hired an exorcist to cleanse their continent of demons.

O bir bandaj koymadan önce yarayı temizledi. - He cleansed the wound before putting on a bandage.

cleanse
pakla
ethnic cleansing
Etnik soykırım
ethnic cleansing
Etnik temizlik
having cleansing abilities
temizlik becerileri olan
systematic ethnic cleansing
Sistematik etnik soykırım
boiler cleansing compound
(Tekstil) kazan taşı çözücüsü
cleanse
arındırmak
cleanse
tedavi etmek
cleanse
sabun
cleanse
temizlemek

Avrupalılar iblislerin kıtasını temizlemek için bir cinci hoca tuttu. - The Europeans hired an exorcist to cleanse their continent of demons.

cleanse
iyileştirmek
cleanse
cleanser temizleyici
ethnic cleansing campaign
etnik arındırma girişimi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Present participle of cleanse
One that cleanses

Apply the cleansing cream to your skin.

The process of removing dirt, toxins etc

Regular skin cleansing may help to prevent acne.

The manual or automated elimination, or correction of data errors at the source See scrubbing
Cleansing (also "clearing") is a process of the body removing toxins and realigning the energy fields following a reiki treatment or attunement Some practitioners feel this process takes 21 days or can be so severe it can cause a "healing crisis" Many other practitioners feel that the reaction to attunements and treatments is individual and lasts as long as is necessary for the individual Cleansing was taught in the original system but was seldom thought to last more than a day
{s} that acts as an antiseptic; of or pertaining to washing the body; ablutionary
~ A cleaning out of energy from the abstract and/or concrete dimension of Self
{i} cleaning, removing impurities; washing, removing dirt; cleanup
(Data Warehousing Guide)
Cleansing (also "clearing") is a process of the body removing toxins and realigning the energy fields following a Reiki treatment or Attunement It is important to wash your hands with cold water before and after a Reiki healing session to both cleanse energetically and physically Regarding Attunements, some practitioners feel this process takes 21 days or can be so severe it can cause a "healing crisis" Many other practitioners feel that the reaction to Attunements and treatments is individual and lasts as long as is necessary for the individual Cleansing was taught in the original system but was seldom thought to last more than a day
cleansing the body by washing; especially ritual washing of e g hands; "ablutionary rituals"
the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
acting like an antiseptic
Data cleansing refers to the process of discovering and repairing anomalous data within data tables
Cleansing is performed for a variety of reasons, and using various techniques, although the common goal is always to be rid of any negative energy Generally a symbolic cleansing, the purpose can vary from a simple cleansing of your own aura before ritual work or after a stressful day, to clearing an entire house of negative energy
The present participle of cleanse
Purification through a ritual bath (often with a handful of sea salt thrown in) and through meditation to cleanse the psyche Traditionally performed before every ritual
Removal of negative energy
In list management, refers to the process of removing or altering a name and address inside a list The list detail may be out of date, may have moved categories or may have been incorrectly entered
mundificative
cleansing agent
cleaner, substance used to clean, cleanser, detergent
cleansing agent
a preparation used in cleaning something
cleanse
To spiritually purify; to free from sin or guilt; to purge
cleanse
To free from dirt; to clean, purify
ethnic cleansing
The mass extermination or expulsion of people belonging to one ethnic or religious group by those of another
cleanse
{v} to make clean, scour, purify, clear
ethnic cleansing
The mass expulsion and killing of one ethic or religious group in an area by another ethnic or religious group in that area
cleans
plural of , clean
cleans
third-person singular of clean
cleanse
purge of an ideology, bad thoughts, or sins; "Purgatory is supposed to cleanse you from your sins"
cleanse
To cleanse a place, person, or organization of something dirty, unpleasant, or evil means to make them free from it. Straight after your last cigarette your body will begin to cleanse itself of tobacco toxins Confession cleanses the soul
cleanse
If you cleanse your skin or a wound, you clean it. Catherine demonstrated the proper way to cleanse the face. cleansing lotions
cleanse
{f} wash, remove dirt
cleanse
purge of an ideology, bad thoughts, or sins; "Purgatory is supposed to cleanse you from your sins
cleanse
clean one's body or parts thereof, as by washing; "clean up before you see your grandparents"; "clean your fingernails before dinner" purge of an ideology, bad thoughts, or sins; "Purgatory is supposed to cleanse you from your sins
cleanse
to clean
cleanse
clean one's body or parts thereof, as by washing; "clean up before you see your grandparents"; "clean your fingernails before dinner"
cleanse
To render clean; to free from fith, pollution, infection, guilt, etc
ethnic cleansing
disapproval Ethnic cleansing is the process of using violent methods to force certain groups of people out of a particular area or country. In late May, government forces began the `ethnic cleansing' of the area around the town. The systematic elimination of an ethnic group or groups from a region or society, as by deportation, forced emigration, or genocide. the action of forcing people to leave an area or country because of their racial or national group. The creation of an ethnically homogenous geographic area through the elimination of unwanted ethnic groups by deportation, forcible displacement, or genocide. Ethnic cleansing also has involved attempts to remove physical vestiges of the targeted group in the territory through the destruction and desecration of monuments, cemeteries, and houses of worship. Although some critics of the term have claimed that ethnic cleansing is simply a form of genocide, defenders of the usage have noted that, whereas the murder of an ethnic, racial, or religious group is the primary intention of a genocidal policy, the chief goal of ethnic cleansing is the establishment of homogenous lands, which may be achieved by any of a number of methods including genocide. The term was widely employed in the 1990s to describe the brutal treatment of Bosniacs (Bosnian Muslims), ethnic Serbs in the Krajina region of Croatia, and ethnic Albanians in the Serbian province of Kosovo during the conflicts that erupted in the wake of the disintegration of Yugoslavia
ethnic cleansing
{i} (euphemism) violent and ruthless removal or elimination of an ethnic group (from a country or region) due to their ethnic backgrounds, ruthless removal of an ethnic group by genocide or forced expulsion or migration
cleansing

    Расстановка переносов

    cleans·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    klenzîng

    Произношение

    /ˈklenzəɴɢ/ /ˈklɛnzɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'klenz ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English clensen, from Old English cl[AE]nsian to purify, from cl[AE]ne clean.

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