crisis

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kriz

Derinleşen ekonomik krizin görünürde bir sonu var mı? - Is there any end in sight to the deepening economic crisis?

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

{i} buhran
(Tıp) bunluk
(Tıp) akse
badire
bunalım
cabinet crisis kabine buhranı
{ç} cri.ses (kray'siz)
ekonomikveya toplumsal buhran
dönum noktası
{i} dönüm noktası
(Tıp) Aniden gelişen şiddetli belirtilerle karakterize nöbet, hastalık nöbeti
{i} (Tıp) kriz, nöbet
(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)
krizi
krize
crisis diplomacy
kriz diplomasisi
crisis management
Kriz yönetimi
crisis-free status
krizin olmadığı durum
crisis action weather and environmental support system
(Askeri) kriz müdahele meteoroloji ve çevresel destek sistemi
crisis coordination group
(Askeri) kriz koordinasyon grubu
crisis economy
(Ticaret) kriz ekonomisi
crisis establishment
(Askeri) kriz zamanı kadrosu
crisis intervention
(Tıp) kriz girişimi
crisis management center
kriz merkezi
crisis management counter
kriz masası
crisis management exercise
(Askeri) kriz yönetim tatbikatı
crisis management organization
(Askeri) kriz yönetim örgütü
crisis of confidence
(Ticaret) güven krizi
crisis of identity
kimlik bunalımı
crisis of identity
kimlik krizi
crisis relocation
kriz durumu tahliyesi
crisis resolution teams
kriz çözme ekibleri
crisis response operation
(Askeri) kriz müdahale harekatı
cabinet crisis
(Politika, Siyaset) hükümet krizi
debt crisis
(Ticaret) borç krizi
economic crisis
iktisadi bunalım
economic crisis
(Ticaret) iktisadi kriz
experience a crisis
kriz yaşamak
experience a crisis
krize girmek
food crisis
gıda krizi
go through a crisis
buhran geçirmek
gulf crisis
(Politika, Siyaset) körfez krizi
induce a crisis
krize neden olmak
induce a crisis
krize sebep olmak
overcome the crisis
kriz atlatmak
overcome the crisis
krizi aşmak
overcome the crisis
krizden çıkmak
resolve the crisis
krizi çözmek
resolve the crisis
krizden çıkmak
resolve the crisis
krizi aşmak
result in crisis
krizle sonuçlanmak
result in crisis
krize yol açmak
result in crisis
krize sebep olmak
result in crisis
krize neden olmak
result in crisis
kriz ile sonuçlanmak
severe economic crisis
ağır ekonomik kriz
solve the crisis
krizden çıkmak
survive a crisis
badireyi atlatmak
survive a crisis
badire atlatmak
crises
kriz

Krizler kendilerine karşı doğru tarifleri otomatik olarak üretmez. - Crises do not automatically produce the right recipes against them.

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

economic crisis
ekonomik kriz
energy crisis
enerji krizi
financial crisis
mali kriz
coming to a crisis
bir kriz geliyor
decisive moment, moment of crisis
belirleyici an, kriz anı
midlife crisis
orta yaş krizi
sales crisis
satış kriz
(crisis) to arise
kriz çıkmak
accidental crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rastlantısal kriz
accidental crisis
(Tıp) tesadüfi kriz
adolescent crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ergenlik krizi
asian crisis
asya krizi (1997 senesinde tayland’da başlamıştır)
category; crisis action team
(Askeri) kategori; kriz müdahele timi
cause crisis
kriz yaratmak
chemical agent monitor; crisis action module
(Askeri) kimyasal harp maddesi kontrol maddesi; kriz müdahele modülü
commercial crisis
(Ticaret) ticari kriz
cyprus crisis
kıbrıs krizi
dietl's crisis
(Tıp) Bir nephroptosis (yüzen böbrek) komplikasyonu
fiscal crisis of the state
(Politika, Siyaset) devletin mali bunalımı
go into a grave crisis
ağır krize girmek
go through a grave crisis
ağır kriz geçirmek
hemolytic crisis
(Tıp) hemolitik krizler
identity crisis
ruhb. kimlik bunalımı
identity crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kimlik bunalımı
identity crisis
kimlik problemi
identity crisis
kişilik problemi
iran hostage crisis
iran rehine krizi
joint crisis action team
(Askeri) müşterek kriz eylem takımı
joint crisis management capability
(Askeri) müşterek kriz yönetim kabiliyeti
joint force intelligence directorate deputy directorate for crisis operations
(Askeri) müşterek kuvvet istihbarat başkanlığı kriz harekatlarından sorumlu yarbaşkanlığı
joint staff crisis action team
(Askeri) müşterek karargah kriz eylem takımı
juvenile crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) erginlik bunalımı
midlife crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ortayaş bunalımı
oil crisis
petrol krizi
puberty crisis
ergenlik krizi
regime crisis
rejim bunalımı
therapeutic crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tedavi krizi
throw into grave crisis
ağır krize sokmak
thyroid crisis
(Tıp) bazedovizm
weather a crisis
düze çıkmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A traumatic or stressful change in a person's life
A point in a drama at which a conflict reaches a peak before being resolved
A crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point
A sudden change in the course of a disease, usually at which the patient is expected to recover or die
An unstable situation, in political, social, economic or military affairs, especially one involving an impending abrupt change
{n} a critical time or turn, a sentence
an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty; "they went bankrupt during the economic crisis
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
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
A situation or condition that has a high probability of leading to an emergency if left unaddressed
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
a traumatic or stressful change in a persons life
The Crisis on Infinite Earths (usually)
Any situation you want to change
A critical event, which, if not handled in an appropriate manner, may dramatically impact an organization's profitability, reputation, or ability to operate
The crisis in a story occurs at a high point in a story It is consisdered a critical point in the story
{i} turning point; time of great stress or danger
A time when one cannot cope with his illness
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
a crucial stage or turning point in the course of something; "after the crisis the patient either dies or gets better"
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
The conflict or need or desire that is the source of tension for the plot of the story
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
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
an unstable situation of extreme danger or difficulty; "they went bankrupt during the economic crisis"
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
In psychiatry, a distressing sense of psychological distress that has an acute onset and that causes impaired functioning in a variety of areas
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
crisis center
a place staffed by volunteers who give help and advice to people experiencing difficulties
crisis center
A center staffed especially by volunteers who give support and advice to people experiencing personal crises
crisis intervention
psychotherapy that focuses on acute critical situations (depressive episodes or attempted suicides or drug overdoses) with the aim of restoring the person to the level of functioning before the crisis
crisis management
A process in which a company responds to negative events by identifying key targets (publics) for which to provide publicity, developing a well rehearsed contingency plan, reporting facts quickly and providing access for journalists p 510
crisis management
The process of anticipating negative trends or events, preparing actions to avoid as many events as possible, and managing those as they occur
crisis management
The use of public relations to minimize harm to the organization in an emergency situation that could cause the organization irreparable damage (See 320)
crisis management
Having a communications plan in place that can be effectively put into action when something goes wrong for a company or organisation For instance, how a product recall will be handled
crisis management
responding to unforeseen circumstances with no time to plan ahead
crisis management
The overall coordination of an organization's response to a crisis, in an effective, timely manner, with the goal of avoiding or minimizing damage to the organization's profitability, reputation, or ability to operate
crisis management
An organization’s methods for dealing with emergencies
crisis management
Administrative measures that identify, acquire, and plan the use of resources needed to anticipate, prevent, and and/or resolve a threat to public safety (e g , terrorism)
crisis management
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the lead federal agency for Crisis Management The FBI defines Crisis Management as measures to identify, acquire, and plan the use of resources to anticipate, prevent, and/or resolve a threat or act of terrorism (FEMA FRP)
crisis management
The processes by which an organisation manages the wider impact of a disaster, such as adverse media coverage
crisis management
People use crisis management to refer to a management style that concentrates on solving the immediate problems occurring in a business rather than looking for long-term solutions. Today's NSC is overcome by day-to-day crisis management. a crisis-management team
crisis management
1 To control and limit the impact of major unforeseen problems 2 A management style that only acts after a crisis has occurred
crisis situations
crucial situations, point of "bend or break
credibility crisis
crisis of believability, problem which being able to believe
economic crisis
A period of economic slowdown characterised by declining productivity and devaluing of financial institutions often due to reckless and unsustainable money lending
energy crisis
An economic problem caused by a dwindling supply of energy, at an increasing price
existential crisis
A state of panic or feeling of intense psychological discomfort about questions of existence
financial crisis
A period of economic slowdown characterised by declining productivity and devaluing of financial institutions often due to reckless and unsustainable money lending
identity crisis
A crisis of personal identity as defined by Erik Erikson
mid-life crisis
An emotional period of doubt and anxiety sometimes experienced by people who realize that their life is already half over
midlife crisis
Alternative spelling of mid-life crisis
A crisis
solution
Bosnian crisis
(1908) International crisis caused by Austria-Hungary's annexation of the Balkan provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Russia supported Serbia, which protested the annexation and demanded that Austria cede part of the territory to Serbia, but Austria-Hungary, supported by Germany, threatened to invade Serbia if it persisted in its demands. Since Russia could not risk war against both Germany and Austria-Hungary, it was forced to accept the annexation. Though the crisis was resolved without immediate warfare, it contributed to the outbreak of World War I
Cuban Missile Crisis
week-long crisis in 1962 during which the Soviet Union placed nuclear weapons in Cuba and the United States blockaded the island in retaliation
Cuban missile crisis
a dangerous situation which developed in 1962 when the Soviet Union began to build bases for nuclear missiles in Cuba. US President John F. Kennedy complained to the Soviet government, stopped all ships from going to Cuba, and threatened to take military action. This caused a lot of international anxiety, but after a few days the Soviet Union agreed to remove the missile base. (1962) Major confrontation between the U.S. and the Soviet Union over the presence of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. In October 1962 a U.S. spy plane detected a ballistic missile on a launching site in Cuba. Pres. John F. Kennedy placed a naval blockade around the island, and for several days the U.S. and the Soviet Union hovered on the brink of war. Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev finally agreed to remove the missiles in return for a secret commitment from the U.S. to withdraw its own missiles from Turkey and to never invade Cuba. The incident increased tensions during the Cold War and fueled the nuclear arms race between the two countries. See also Fidel Castro
Gulf crisis
the invasion of Kuwait in 1991 by Saddam Hussein's Iraqi forces which led to the Gulf War
Iran hostage crisis
(1979-81) Political crisis involving Iran's detention of U.S. diplomats. Anti-American sentiment in Iran fueled in part by close ties between the U.S. and the unpopular leader Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi peaked when Pahlavi fled Iran during the 1979 Iranian revolution. When the monarch entered the U.S. for medical treatment later that year, Islamic militants stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehrn and seized 66 Americans. The hostage-takers, who enjoyed the tacit support of the new Iranian regime of Ruhollah Khomeini, demanded the shah's extradition to Iran, but Pres. Jimmy Carter refused and froze all Iranian assets in the U.S. The Iranians released 13 women and African Americans on Nov. 19-20, 1979, and another hostage was released in July 1980. A rescue attempt in April 1980 failed. Negotiations for the hostages' return began after the shah died in July 1980, but the remaining 52 hostages were kept in captivity until Jan. 20, 1981, when they were released moments after the inauguration of Ronald Reagan. The crisis contributed to Carter's failure to win reelection. See also Iran-Contra Affair
Rape Crisis Center
location where rape victims can receive medical and psychological treatment
Suez Crisis
the events in 1956 that followed the decision by the government of Egypt to take control of the Suez Canal. Before this, the canal was owned and operated by a foreign company. When Egypt took control, the UK and France sent ships and soldiers to the area to try to get the canal back. This attempt failed, and it was criticized by most other countries, including the US and the former Soviet Union. The British and French forces left Egypt after a few months, and the British Prime Minister, Anthony Eden, gave up his position as a result of this. For many people in the UK, the Suez Crisis was a serious defeat and a sign that the UK was no longer an important international power. In the UK, the Suez Crisis is often simply called Suez. (1956) International crisis that arose when Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal after Western countries withdrew promised financial aid to build the Aswan High Dam. The French and British, who had controlling interests in the company that owned the canal, sent troops to occupy the canal zone. Their ally Israel seized the Sinai Peninsula. International opposition quickly forced the French and British out, and Israel withdrew in 1957. The incident led to the resignation of Britain's prime minister, Anthony Eden, and was widely perceived as heralding the end of Britain as a major international power. Nasser's prestige, by contrast, soared within the developing world. See also Arab-Israeli Wars
The American Crisis
series of 16 pamphlets bout the American Revolution written by Thomas Paine between 1776-83
The Present Crisis
anti-slavery poem written in 1844 by American poet James Russell Lowell
adolescence crisis
emotional distress often experienced during the teenage years
bond market crisis
breakdown in the buying and selling of bonds
crises
plural of crisis
economic crisis
state of financial and commercial hardship
energy crisis
lack of energy resources (coal, oil, etc.)
financial crisis
monetary hardship, economic disaster; economic distress
hour of crisis
critical time, time of emergency, moment of distress
identity crisis
inner conflict in adolescence involving disturbing feelings of confusion regarding one's self and social role; conflict and confusion in an organization regarding its direction or purpose
identity crisis
distress and disorientation (especially in adolescence) resulting from conflicting pressures and uncertainty about and one's self and one's role in society
in a crisis
in an emergency, in a predicament, in a dilemma
internal crisis
crisis which occurs within (a group, person, etc.)
marital crisis
crisis in a marriage relationship
mental crisis
psychological crisis, extreme psychological stress
mid-life crisis
breakdown that occurs usually mid-way through one's lifetime
midlife crisis
A midlife crisis is a period of doubt and anxiety that some people experience in middle age, when they think about whether their life is the kind of life that they want. I went through my midlife crisis about four or five years ago, when I was forty. A period of psychological doubt and anxiety that some people experience in middle age. mid-life crisis a period of worry and lack of confidence that some people experience when they are about 40 or 50 years old and begin to feel that they are getting old
moral crisis
period characterized by immorality, period in which people reject previously accepted values
oculogyric crisis
A spasmodic movement of the eyeballs into a fixed position, usually upward, that persists for several minutes or hours
point of crisis
time when the patient could make a turn for the worse or for the better
political crisis
political impasse, critical point between parties, critical point within parties
psychological crisis
depression, mental breakdown
reached a crisis
arrived at a breaking point, experienced a difficult time
the oil crisis
drastic rise in oil prices, shortage of oil
trigger a crisis
cause a crisis, cause a critical situation
went through a crisis
experienced a crisis, went through difficult circumstances
crisis
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