confound

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} kahretmek
{f} bozmak
{f} şaşırtmak
{f} kafasını karıştırmak
{f} utandırmak
şaşkına çevirmek
birbirine katmak
yüzünü kara çıkarmak
karıştırmak (kafasını)
karıştır
allak bullak etmek
karıştırmak
confusion worse confounded karmakarışık bir vaziyet
dili Allahın cezası
confound şaşırt/karıştır
mahcup etmek karmakarışık bir hale sokmak
confounded şaşırmış
{f} yıkmak
{f} yenmek
afallaştırmak
Confound him!
onun Allah belasını versin!
confound with
ile karıştırmak
Confound it
Allah kahretsin!
confound him
kahretsin
confound him
onun allah belasını versin!
confound him
kahrolası
confound it
lanet olsun
confound it
allah'ın belâsı
confound it
kahrolası
confounded
allahın belası
confounded
kafası karışmış
confounder
karışıklığa neden olan
confounder
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kirletici
confounder
(Kimya) karıştırıcı
confounding
şaşırtma
confounding
şaşırtan
confounding
şaşırtarak
confounded
{f} şaşırt
confounding
{f} şaşırt
confounding
{i} şaşırtıcı
baffle, confound
baffle, utandırmak
confounded
confound şaşırt/karıştır
confounded
{s} kahrolası
confounded
{s} baş belâsı
confounded
{s} şaşırmış
confounded
{s} kafasını karışmış
confounded
allak bullak
confounded
{s} kör olası, kahrolası
confoundedly
belâ gibi
confoundedly
aşırı
confoundedly
karmakarışık bir şekilde
confounding
şaşırtıcı şaşırt prepşaşırtarak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To confuse; to mix up; to puzzle
To defeat
To frustrate
To fail to see the difference; to mix up; to confuse right and wrong
To make something worse

Don't confound the situation by yelling.

To bring to ruination
To cause to be ashamed; to abash

His actions confounded the skeptics.

To damn

Confound the lady!.

{v} to mix, perplex, destory, amaze
To destroy; to ruin; to waste
If someone or something confounds you, they make you feel surprised or confused, often by showing you that your opinions or expectations of them were wrong. The choice of Governor may confound us all
mistake one thing for another; "you are confusing me with the other candidate"; "I mistook her for the secretary"
be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly; "These questions confuse even the experts"; "This question completely threw me"; "This question befuddled even the teacher"
To throw into confusion or disorder; to perplex; to strike with amazement; to dismay
{f} amaze, stun, confuse, bewilder; fail to discern a difference, mix up
To mistake for another; to identify falsely
To mingle and blend, so that different elements can not be distinguished; to confuse
Confound it!
Damn it!, Blow it!, To hell with it!
confounded
Confused; thwarted
confounded
Simple past tense and past participle of confound
confoundedly
In a confounded manner; as if thwarted or confused
confounder
A factor, in data analysis, that causes the effects of two distinct processes to be indistinguishable; a confounding variable
confounder
A person who confounds
confoundedly
{a} hatefully, shamefully, very
confounder
{n} one who perplexes or destroys
To confound
commit
confounded
Two variables are said to be confounded when they are varied simultaneously and their effects cannot be separated
confounded
An independent variable and an extraneous variable are confounded when their effects on the dependent variable cannot be distinguished from each other Often a comparative study using a control group is used to avoid confounding variables
confounded
{s} confused, perplexed, dumbfounded; cursed, damned
confounded
Excessive; extreme; abominable
confounded
Confused; perplexed
confounded
past of confound
confounded
used to show that you are annoyed
confounded
perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment; "obviously bemused by his questions"; "bewildered and confused"; "a cloudy and confounded philosopher"; "just a mixed-up kid"; "she felt lost on the first day of school"
confoundedly
Extremely; odiously; detestably
confoundedly
in a perplexed manner, in a dumbfounded manner; detestably, damnably
confounder
A characteristic or factor that causes (or prevents) the health outcome of interest, and which is also correlated with the causative factors or characteristics being investigated Confounders, if not controlled for, cause bias in the estimate of the impact of the causative factors or characteristics being investigated {3} Use your browser's "BACK" button to return to the page you were viewing previously
confounder
{i} one who causes confusion and disorder; one who destroys
confounder
an additional variable that may be responsible for an apparent association between an exposure and an outcome
confounder
Factors that distort or mask the true effect of exposure in an epidemiologic study
confounder
One who confounds
confounder
A condition or variable that is both a risk factor for disease and associated with an exposure of interest This association between the exposure of interest and the confounder (a true risk factor for disease) may make it falsely appear that the exposure of interest is associated with disease
confounding
The distortion of a measure of the effect of an exposure (eg to therapy involving the proposed drug) on the risk of an outcome under investigation brought about by the association of the exposure with other factor(s) that can influence the outcome
confounding
A measured effect attributed to a variable that is actually due to an unmeasured co-variable
confounding
Said of two or more possible causes of an observed statistically significant effect when statistical analysis cannot determine which is the cause
confounding
The distortion of an apparent effect of an exposure on risk, brought about by the association with other factors that can influence the outcome For example, a study might suggest that alcohol intake is associated with a higher risk of heart disease, but this apparent relationship is seen because those who drink alcohol are also more inclined to smoke When their smoking is taken into consideration, the relationship between alcohol intake and heart disease disappears Congenital: referring to conditions that are present at birth
confounding
that confounds or contradicts or confuses
confounding
Occurs when the independent variable of interest systematically covaries with a second, unintended independent variable
confounding
present participle of confound
confounding
When the differences between the treatment and control groups other than the treatment produce differences in response that are not distinguishable from the effect of the treatment, those differences between the groups are said to be confounded with the effect of the treatment (if any) For example, prominent statisticians questioned whether differences between individuals that led some to smoke and others not to (rather than the act of smoking itself) were responsible for the observed difference in the frequencies with which smokers and non-smokers contract various illnesses If that were the case, those factors would be confounded with the effect of smoking Confounding is quite likely to affect observational studies and experiments that are not randomized Confounding tends to be decreased by randomization See also Simpson's Paradox
confounding
A confounding design is one where some treatment effects (main or interactions) are estimated by the same linear combination of the experimental observations as some blocking effects In this case, the treatment effect and the blocking effect are said to be confounded Confounding is also used as a general term to indicate that the value of a main effect estimate comes from both the main effect itself and also contamination or bias from higher order interactions Note: Confounding designs naturally arise when full factorial designs have to be run in blocks and the block size is smaller than the number of different treatment combinations They also occur whenever a fractional factorial design is chosen instead of a full factorial design
confounding
Finding an association for the wrong reason
confounding
A relationship between 2 (or more) variables which prevents their effects from being evaluated separately Confounding can affect either Independent or Dependent variables and causes problems in interpreting which variable caused the experimental effect to occur
confounds
third-person singular of confound
confound
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