heal

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
iyileştirmek

Kalp yaralarını iyileştirmek zaman alır. - Healing the wounds of the heart takes time.

{f} iyileşmek

Bir boşanmadan iyileşmek zaman alır. - It takes time to heal from a divorce.

healable iyi olması kabil
açık deniz
sağaltmak
şifa

Biriyle birlikte ağla. Yalnız ağlamaktan daha şifalıdır. - Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.

Tom bir inanç şifacısı. - Tom is a faith healer.

iyileşme

Yara henüz iyileşmedi. - The wound is not yet healed.

Onun kırık bacağı henüz iyileşmedi. - Her broken leg has not healed yet.

bitirmek
son vermek
(yara/vb.) iyileşmek
iyileştir

Zaman tüm yaraları iyileştirir. - Time heals all broken hearts.

Zaman bütün yaraları iyileştirir. - Time heals all wounds.

(Tıp) Şifa bulmak, iyileşmek
iyileşebilir iyileş/iyileştir
{f} düzeltmek
(Tıp) Şifa vermek, iyi etmek
{f} tatlıya bağlamak
healing
{i} şifa

Biriyle birlikte ağla. Yalnız ağlamaktan daha şifalıdır. - Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.

healing
{s} şifalı

Biriyle birlikte ağla. Yalnız ağlamaktan daha şifalıdır. - Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.

heal up
(Fiili Deyim ) (yara) kapanmak
heal up
kapanmak
heal up
onmak
heal-all
her derde deva
heal for
için iyileşmek
heal over
İyileşmek, kabuk bağlamak
heal injuries
yarayı iyileştirmek
heal over
kabuk bağlamak
heal over
iyileşmek
heal the breach
(deyim) tartışmaya nokta koymak
heal the breach
(deyim) tartışmayı noktalamak
heal the breach
(deyim) tartışmayı bitirmek
heal up
iyileşmek
head over heal
iyileşmek üzerinde kafa
healed
iyileşmiş

Bu ilacı alırsan, mide ağrısı iyileşmiş olacak. - If you take this medicine, the stomach ache will be healed.

healer
iyileştirici
healer
doktor
healing
iyileştirici

Bu ilaç, mucizevi iyileştirici güçleriyle bilinir. - This medicine is known for its miraculous healing powers.

Tom bu kuvars kristallerinin iyileştirici güçleri olduğuna inanır. - Tom believes that these quartz crystals have healing powers.

healing
sağlığa yararlı
healing
tedaviye ait
healing
tedavisel
healed
{f} iyileştir
healer
iyileştiren kimse
healing
{f} iyileştir

Kalp yaralarını iyileştirmek zaman alır. - Healing the wounds of the heart takes time.

Bu ilaç, mucizevi iyileştirici güçleriyle bilinir. - This medicine is known for its miraculous healing powers.

healed
iyileşti
healer
Şifacı

Zaman büyük bir şifacıdır. - Time is the great healer.

Zaman büyük bir şifacı ama kötü bir güzellikçidir. - Time is a great healer, but a poor beautician.

healing
iyileştirerek
healing
sifal
healing
iyileşme

Bu bitkisel merhem ağrıyı hafifletir ve iyileşmesini destekler. - This herbal ointment relieves pain and promotes healing.

Artık iyileşme başlayabilir. - The healing can now begin.

healing
iyileşmeyen
healing
şifai
self heal
iyileşmek öz
to heal someone's wounds
yarasını sarmak
(wound) to heal
yara iyileşmek
healer
{i} iyileştirici şey
healer
(Tıp) Şifa veren
healer
{i} çare
healer
şifa veren kimse
healer
{i} çözüm
healer
{i} tedavi
healer
{i} insanları iyileştirdiğini öne süren kişi; üfürükçü
healer
(Tıp) Doktor, hekim
healer
üfürükçü
healing
iyi gelen
healing
(Tıp) Tedavi edici, xifa verici
solar heal
güneş ısısı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To become better

Band-aids allow cuts to heal.

To make better; to revive, recover, or cure

This band-aid will heal your cut.

{v} to cure, grow well, soften, reconcile
To cover, as a roof, with tiles, slate, lead, or the like
If you heal something such as a rift or a wound, or if it heals, the situation is put right so that people are friendly or happy again. Today Sophie and her sister have healed the family rift and visit their family every weekend The psychological effects on the United States were immense and in Washington the wounds have still not fully healed
Once during your turn (before your attack), you may flip a coin If heads, remove 1 damage counter from 1 of your Pokémon This power can't be used if this Pokémon is under any Special Condition Pokémon with this Power: Vileplume
get healthy again; "The wound is healing slowly
To make whole again
provide a cure for, make healthy again; "The treatment cured the boy's acne"; "The quack pretended to heal patients but never managed to"
To restore to original purity or integrity
heal or recover; "My broken leg is mending"
To remove or subdue; to cause to pass away; to cure; said of a disease or a wound
To reconcile, as a breach or difference; to make whole; to free from guilt; as, to heal dissensions
When a broken bone or other injury heals or when something heals it, it becomes healthy and normal again. Within six weeks the bruising had gone, but it was six months before it all healed Therapies like acupuncture do work and many people have been healed by them
{f} cure, make well; be cured, become well
get healthy again; "The wound is healing slowly"
To grow sound; to return to a sound state; as, the limb heals, or the wound heals; sometimes with up or over; as, it will heal up, or over
mend or restore to health, as in: Keep the wound clean and dry and it will heal in a few days
To make hale, sound, or whole; to cure of a disease, wound, or other derangement; to restore to soundness or health
heal-all
small, herbaceous European plant with blue-violet flowers; Prunella vulgaris
heal a rift
mend a break in a relationship
heal up
get well, return to health
healer
Agent noun of heal; a person who heals, especially through faith
healing
Present participle of heal
healing
An act of healing, as by a faith healer
healing
The psychological process of dealing with a problem or problems
healing
{a} curing, softening
healing
{n} a curing
To heal
guarish
healed
past of heal
healed
freed from illness or injury; "the patient appears cured"; "the incision is healed"; "appears to be entirely recovered"; "when the recovered patient tries to remember what occurred during his delirium"- Normon Cameron
healer
{i} medicine, remedy, healing agent; one who heals sicknesses of the mind or body
healer
Casters who base mana pool on Wisdom (plus they have many heals) Cleric, Druid, and Shaman
healer
doctor Healers wear blue and silver robes and braided hoods as a badge of profession Hilz is a real one, the soulbinder uses the robes as a convenient masquerade
healer
One who, or that which, heals
healer
a person skilled in a particular type of therapy
healer
The healer is responsible for roping the back legs of the calf
healer
A healer is a person who heals people, especially a person who heals through prayer and religious faith
healer
a person who heals, especially through faith
healing
The action of the verb to heal
healing
The process by which vegetation closes and cures damaged areas caused by human footfalls or passage, and animal or other natural circumstances This is a primary sign-aging element
healing
{i} curing, restoring to health; process of becoming well, recovery
healing
Because Jesus took our infirmities and bore our sicknesses there is no need for us to bare them We accept what Jesus has provided us We shouldn't "expect" to get our healing because Jesus has already obtain it for us" 1 Peter 2: 24 says "by whose stripes ye were healed" This is past tense
healing
Tending to cure; soothing; mollifying; as, the healing art; a healing salve; healing words
healing
the correction in the mind of the belief in sickness that makes the separation and the body seem real; the effect of joining with another in forgiveness, shifting perception from separate bodies -- the source of all sickness -- to our shared purpose of healing in this world; since healing is based on the belief that our true Identity is spirit, not the body, sickness of any kind must be illusory, as only a body or ego can suffer; healing thus reflects the principle that there is no order of difficulty in miracles
healing
{s} curing, restoring
healing
tending to cure or restore to health; "curative powers of herbal remedies"; "her gentle healing hand"; "remedial surgery"; "a sanative environment of mountains and fresh air"; "a therapeutic agent"; "therapeutic diets"
healing
the natural process by which the body repairs itself
healing
A sensitivity to the pains and hurts of other persons and the capacity to participate in addressing these pains and hurts
healing
A process with live vegetation in which human damage is repaired Used to age sign
healing
a spiritual or psychic healing means that the healer removes the negative spirits and negative energy that made you sick
healing
A series of functions whose purpose is to correct geometric abnormalities contained within a surface or solid model Common functions may include surface simplification (mapping spline surfaces to analytic shapes such as planes, cylinders, cones, etc ), face stitching, and edge gap repair More advanced functions may include the ability to merge coincident vertices, repair self-intersections, and reduce and/or redeploy curve and surface control nodes Programs typically perform healing on geometry that you import through neutral formats such as IGES, STEP, and SAT with problems caused by conditions ranging from imprecise geometric definitions to poor entity mapping to poorly written translator code A CAD system may perform healing externally (on the neutral file), as it imports the neutral file, or internally after the neutral file is imported
healing
Healing is the use of the inner power and resources of our mind and body to restore our own unique balance and harmony It is this balance and harmony that results in full health and gives us the ability to live lives of vitality and joy ALL healing processes are gradual with remissions and exacerbations It is just that the remissions tend to be further apart and the exacerbations less severe till it is over If you keep a diary you will see this Often, until you have been doing the SR correctly for about 6 months, your exacerbations can still be bad Remember, that the natural progression of chronic conditions is expecting each exacerbation to be MORE severe
healing
The gift of Healing is the special ability God gives to certain embers of the body of Christ to serve as human intermediaries through whom God works to restore emotional, physical & spiritual well being (see 1 Corinthians 12: 9,28, Acts 3: 1-10, Acts 5: 12-16, Acts 9: 32-35, Acts 28: 7-10)
healing
(the act of creating a free flowing energy so that all aspects of body, mind and spirit function in health)
healing
The ability to serve as a human intermediary through whom God's healing power is applied to another person's physical or emotional need Acts 3: 1-10, Acts 5: 12-16, Acts 9: 32-35, Acts 28: 7-10, I Corinthians 12: 9,28
healing
if you receive healing in a dream, this could be receiving healing whilst sleeping If you go somewhere to heal then it would be interesting to see if that place existed and go there to receive healing
healing
Refers to a whole range of phenomena wherein one or more people attempt to bring about the well-being of another person This area is very complex, involving a number of psychological and physical factors that must be allowed for before a psi component is looked for (cf DMILS)
healing
The process where the cells in the body regenerate and repair themselves
healing
Psychic or spiritual healers channel energy in the person being healed to help stimulate recovery
healing
the action of filling a gap that may exist between two adjacent surfaces
healing
Divine: God's healing power mediated through the Holy Spirit to minister to our physical, emotional or psychological need This may be immediately effective or through a process of faith over time The Lord may work by direct intervention, by enhancing the bodies natural healing processes, by using the medical profession, or by a combination of any of these three We cannot be presumptuous about healing and we may not understand hindrances to healing, or why after much faithful prayer some people are not healed What we do know is Jesus heals today and that our faith needs to work in co-operation with the Holy Spirit We must continue to trust him, whether our prayers seem to be effective or not
healing
A subschool of the Conjuration school of magic Healing spells can repair damage to a wounded character or even bring a dead creature back to life Also, when capitalized, a spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power themed around the concept of restoring life and/or health
healing
A dynamic process in which anatomical and functional integrity is restored This process can be monitored and measured For wounds of the skin, it involves repair of the dermis (granulation tissue formation) and epidermis (epithelialization) Healed wounds represent a spectrum of repair: They can be ideally healed (tissue regeneration), minimally healed (temporary return of anatomical continuity), or acceptably healed (sustained functional and anatomical result) The acceptably healed wound is the ultimate outcome of wound healing but not necessarily the appropriate outcome for all patients
heals
third-person singular of heal
self-heal
decumbent blue-flowered European perennial thought to possess healing properties; naturalized throughout North America
self-heal
Perennial weed (Prunella vulgaris) in the mint family, native to North America and widespread throughout the continent. Growing 6-14 in. (14-36 cm) tall, self-heal is often a low weed in lawns. The often-prostrate branches root readily wherever they touch soil. Tiny, two-lipped, lilac-coloured or white flowers are clustered into noticeable dense, spikes. Leaves have sparsely toothed or smooth margins. Regarded in medieval times as a cure-all, the dried leaves and flowers are still brewed for soothing sore throats
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