crises

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kriz

Sanırım evrende sonsuz sayıda finansal kriz var. - I suppose that in the universe there is an infinite number of financial crises.

BM, uluslararası krizleri ortadan kaldırmada ve çatışmaları önlemede önemli bir rol oynadı. - The UN has played a major role in defusing international crises and preventing conflicts.

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kriz

Yakın gelecekte bir enerji krizi olacak. - There will be an energy crisis in the near future.

Bu yılın sonunda bir ekonomik kriz olacak. - There will be an economic crisis at the end of this year.

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{i} buhran
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badire
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(Tıp) bunluk
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(Tıp) akse
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bunalım
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iktisadi bunalım,kriz
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cabinet crisis kabine buhranı
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krizi
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{ç} cri.ses (kray'siz)
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krize
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(Tıp) Hastalığın dönüm noktası, hastanın iyileşeceği eya öleceğinin belli olduğu an, kriz (Düzelmeyi göstermek üzere yüksek ateşin aniden düşmesi, öleceğini göstermek üzere hastanın birdenbire koma'ya girmesi gibi)
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{i} (Tıp) kriz, nöbet
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(Tıp) Aniden gelişen şiddetli belirtilerle karakterize nöbet, hastalık nöbeti
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ekonomikveya toplumsal buhran
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{i} dönüm noktası
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dönum noktası
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural of crisis
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A traumatic or stressful change in a person's life
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A point in a drama at which a conflict reaches a peak before being resolved
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A crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point
identity crises
plural form of identity crisis
mid-life crises
plural form of mid-life crisis
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{n} a critical time or turn, a sentence
Moroccan crises
(1905-06, 1911) Two European incidents centring on Germany's attempt to block France's control of Morocco and to restrict French power. While visiting Tangier in 1905, the German emperor William II issued a statement of support for Moroccan independence, which caused international panic. The crisis was resolved at the Algeciras Conference (1906), which recognized France's special political interests in Morocco. The second crisis occurred in 1911 when a German gunboat arrived in Agadir, ostensibly to protect German economic interests during a local uprising. The French objected and made preparations for war, as did Britain, but a settlement was negotiated that gave France rights to a protectorship over Morocco. In return, Germany acquired part of the French Congo
Six Crises
memoir written by U.S. President Richard Nixon in 1962
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a crucial stage or turning point in the course of something; "after the crisis the patient either dies or gets better" an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty; "they went bankrupt during the economic crisis
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Point within a play when the action reaches an important confrontation or takes a critical turn In the tradition of the well-made play, a drama includes a series of crises that lead to the final crisis, known as the climax
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In psychiatry, a distressing sense of psychological distress that has an acute onset and that causes impaired functioning in a variety of areas
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From the Greek "to judge or decide," a turning point in the course of anything when the former "order" attributed to the universe is no longer adequate to explain experience, thus one of the precipitating catalysts of apocalyptic literature and movements
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A time when one cannot cope with his illness
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A crisis is a situation in which something or someone is affected by one or more very serious problems. Natural disasters have obviously contributed to the continent's economic crisis The Italian political system has been judged to be in terminal crisis for decades. children's illnesses or other family crises someone to turn to in moments of crisis. Bosnian crisis Cuban missile crisis Iran hostage crisis Suez Crisis
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an unstable situation, in political, social, economic or military affairs, especially one involving an impending abrupt change
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A situation or condition that has a high probability of leading to an emergency if left unaddressed
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That change in a disease which indicates whether the result is to be recovery or death; sometimes, also, a striking change of symptoms attended by an outward manifestation, as by an eruption or sweat
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a traumatic or stressful change in a persons life
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an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty; "they went bankrupt during the economic crisis"
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The Crisis on Infinite Earths (usually)
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The conflict or need or desire that is the source of tension for the plot of the story
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Any situation you want to change
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an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty; "they went bankrupt during the economic crisis
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A critical event, which, if not handled in an appropriate manner, may dramatically impact an organization's profitability, reputation, or ability to operate
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emergency services, crisis intervention or crisis stabilization-- services provided as an alternative to hospitalization that provides short-term psychiatric treatment in structured community based therapeutic environments
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{i} turning point; time of great stress or danger
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The crisis in a story occurs at a high point in a story It is consisdered a critical point in the story
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An incident or situation involving a threat to the United States, its territories, citizens, military forces, possessions, or vital interests that develops rapidly and creates a condition of such diplomatic, economic, political, or military importance that commitment of US military forces and resources is contemplated to achieve national objectives
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a crucial stage or turning point in the course of something; "after the crisis the patient either dies or gets better"
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The point of time when it is to be decided whether any affair or course of action must go on, or be modified or terminate; the decisive moment; the turning point
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a sudden change in the course of a disease, usually at which the patient is expected to recover or die
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When a student's problem behavior has increased to such a high frequency or intensity that the student or other individuals in the environment may be injured
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    Расстановка переносов

    Cri·ses

    Турецкое произношение

    kraysiz

    Произношение

    /ˈkrīsēz/ /ˈkraɪsiːz/

    Этимология

    [ 'krI-s&s ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin, from Greek krisis, literally, decision, from krinein to decide; more at CERTAIN.

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