frostbite

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
soğuk ısırması
(Meteoroloji) don ısırması
soğuktan donma
(Tıp) kangren

Şiddetli bir donmanın ardından kangrenle enfekte olduktan sonra Tom'un ayağı kesilmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom's foot had to be amputated after it had become infected with gangrene following a severe frostbite.

(Askeri) ayazlama
soğuk çalması
{i} (bir uzuv) soğuktan yanma; soğuktan donma
{i} soğuk acıtması
{i} donma

Şiddetli bir donmanın ardından kangrenle enfekte olduktan sonra Tom'un ayağı kesilmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom's foot had to be amputated after it had become infected with gangrene following a severe frostbite.

Böyle bir havada dışarı çıkarsan donma riski geçirirsin. - If you go out in weather like this, you risk frostbite.

soğuk ısırma
yüz
frostbitten
soğuktan yanmış (uzuv)
frostbitten
soğuktan donmuş
fourth-degree frostbite
dördüncü derece soğuk ısırmasına
get frostbite
Soğuktan donmak
frostbitten
{s} kırağı çalmış
frostbitten
soğuk ısırmış
frostbitten
{s} don nedeniyle mahvolmuş
frostbitten
soğuktan çürümüş
frostbitten
donmuş
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To expose to the effect of frost, or a frosty air; to blight or nip with frost
To engage in winter sailboating
The freezing, or effect of a freezing, of some part of the body
destruction of tissue by freezing and characterized by tingling, blistering and possibly gangrene
The freezing, or effect of a freezing, of some part of the body, as the ears or nose
part of the body becomes extremely cold It affects fingers, toes, dog paws and ears the most
{i} injury caused by exposure to severe cold
The freezing or partial freezing of some part of the human body
Solid carbon dioxide (Dry Ice) is always -78 oC (-109 0F) at regular atmospheric pressure regardless of the air temperature Handling this material for more than a second or two without proper gloves can cause serious blisters or worse Carbon dioxide gas released from a steel cylinder (such as a fire extinguisher) poses a similar danger Avoid putting any bodily part directly in the path of discharge and be careful when touching any metal parts that the gas flows through
human tissue damage caused by exposure to intense cold
Damage to the tissues from exposure to temperature below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees C) An initial pins and needles sensation is followed by numbness After that, the skin appears white, cold and hard, and finally becomes red and swollen
is cold, hard, anesthetic, frozen tissue The tissue has severe cellular water loss and ischemia Frostbite may progress to neuropathy and gangrene It may also contribute to the acquisition of peripheral vascular disease in the homeless
skin and underlying flesh freezes from cold temperatures and lack of blood circulation body extremities such as feet, hands, and exposed facial features (ears, nose, chin) are most susceptible affected areas look pasty, are hard to touch, and lack feeling while frozen get to a hospital immediately try not to use or to thaw the affected part
damage to the skin from freezing due to prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, usually below 32° F
{f} injure by exposing to severe cold, cause frostbite
Damage to tissue from exposure to extreme cold or contact with extremely cold liquids or solids
Damage to flesh usually in very cold weather Can occur below about -6°C, especially if wind is present Flesh may be exposed, inadequately insulated, or too tightly constricted, preventing sufficient circulation Numbness of affected area, whitening of skin are signs Shelter from wind and gentle warming of area is best treatment
damage to the skin from freezing due to prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, usually below 32Æ’ F
An inflammation of the skin, especially of the feet, face and hands, caused by exposure to extreme cold
damage to the skin from freezing due to prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, usually below 32o F
Inflammation of the body, especially hands, face and feet, caused by exposure to extreme cold
Brrrrr pass the earmuffs and mittens, please! Frostbite is what happens when skin is exposed to cold temperatures and it freezes
is a harmful reaction to cold exposure that can permanently damage its victims A loss of feeling and a white or pale appearance in fingers, toes, or nose and ear lobes are symptoms of frostbite
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damage to the skin from freezing due to prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, usually below 32 F
freezing of the tissues  
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Frostbite is a condition in which parts of your body, such as your fingers or toes, become seriously damaged as a result of being very cold. The survivors suffered from frostbite. a condition caused by extreme cold, that makes your fingers and toes swell, become darker, and sometimes fall off. Freezing of living tissue, when it loses enough heat in below-freezing weather for ice to form. High winds, wet skin, tight clothes, and alcohol use increase the risk of frostbite. Cell damage, tissue dehydration, and oxygen depletion caused by freezing and thawing can lead to blood-cell disruption, clotting in capillaries, and gangrene. The toes, fingers, ears, and nose are usually affected first, becoming cold, hard, white, or bloodless. The lack of pain is dangerous. Core temperature should be brought to near normal before rapid thawing in warm (under 115 °F [46 °C]) water. Toxoid booster injections are recommended. The outlook is best when freezing is short-term, thawing is by rapid rewarming, and large blisters extending to the end of the part develop early. Tissue that is refrozen after thawing must almost always be amputated. Affected parts become more susceptible to recurrence. Frostbite is best prevented by wearing dry, layered, loose clothing and remaining alert. See also hypothermia
frostbitten
{a} nipped or withered by the frost
frostbit
{f} injure by exposing to severe cold, cause frostbite
frostbit
past tense of frostbite
frostbites
plural of frostbite
frostbitten
If a person or a part of their body is frostbitten, they are suffering from frostbite
frostbitten
injured by freezing or partial freezing; "frostbitten fingers"; "frostbitten grapes unsalable as fresh fruit"
frostbitten
injured by freezing or partial freezing; "frostbitten fingers"; "frostbitten grapes unsalable as fresh fruit
frostbitten
Affected by frostbite
frostbitten
Nipped, withered, or injured, by frost or freezing
frostbitten
{s} suffering from frostbite, injured by exposure to severe cold
frostbite

    Расстановка переносов

    frost·bite

    Турецкое произношение

    frôstbayt

    Произношение

    /ˈfrôstˌbīt/ /ˈfrɔːstˌbaɪt/

    Этимология

    [ 'fros(t)-"bIt ] (transitive verb.) 1601. frost +‎ bite

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