prostheses

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
protez
prosthesis
protez

Söylemek istiyorum: Afganistan gezisi ve protezlerim için teşekkürler! - I want to say: Thanks for the trip to Afghanistan and for my prosthesis!

prostheses and implants
(Tıp) protezler ve implantlar
dental prostheses
(Tıp) diş cerrahisi
prosthesis
(Tıp) protezler

Söylemek istiyorum: Afganistan gezisi ve protezlerim için teşekkürler! - I want to say: Thanks for the trip to Afghanistan and for my prosthesis!

prosthesis
{i} önses ilavesi [dilb.]
prosthesis
{ç} pros.the.ses (prasthi'siz)
prosthesis
{i} takma organ
prosthesis
prosthetic protez kabilinden
prosthesis
{i} öntüreme
prosthesis
(Tıp) Sakat bir yere suni organ ilavesi, protez
prosthesis
sakat bir yere suni uzuv ilavesi
prosthesis
önses ilavesi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural of prosthesis
prosthesis
An artificial replacement for a body part, either internal or external
prosthesis
prothesis
prosthesis
A specially made replacement for a part of the body which has been removed, such as a breast or a limb
prosthesis
corrective consisting of a replacement for a part of the body
prosthesis
A prosthesis (plural prostheses) is any artificial device that is attached to the body as an aid Prostheses include dentures, artificial limbs, hearing aids, implanted pacemakers
prosthesis
(pros·the·sis) NOUN: 1 )An artificial device used to replace a missing body part, such as a limb, tooth, eye, or heart valve 2 )Replacement of a missing body part with such a device
prosthesis
An artificial part designed and fitted to overcome a defect in the body
prosthesis
an artificial body part replacement
prosthesis
Adding an extra syllable or letters to the beginning of a word: Shakespeare writes in his sonnets, "All alone, I beweep my outcast state " He could have simply written weep, but beweep matches his meter and is more poetic Too many students are all afrightened by the use of prosthesis Prosthesis creates a poetic effect, turning a run-of-the-mill word into something novel Prosthesis is an example of a rhetorical scheme
prosthesis
An artificial part of the body
prosthesis
artificial substitute for a missing body part
prosthesis
The replacement of a part of the body by an artificial substitute
prosthesis
The addition to the human body of some artificial part, to replace one that is wanting, as a log or an eye; called also prothesis
prosthesis
An artificial replacement of a part of the body, such as a tooth, a facial bone, the palate, or a joint The prosthesis may be removable, as in the case of most prosthetic legs or a prosthetic breast form used after mastectomy Other types of prosthetic devices are permanently implanted, like an artificial hip or tooth
prosthesis
A man-made substitute for a missing body part such as an arm or a leg; also an implant such as for the hip
prosthesis
An artificial part, such as an artificial eye
prosthesis
An artificial replacement part, such as an artificial valve is called prosthesis
prosthesis
A prosthesis is an artificial body part that is used to replace a natural part. Artificial substitute for a missing part of the body, usually an arm or leg. Prostheses have evolved from wooden legs and hooks that replaced hands to sophisticated plastic, fibreglass, and metal devices designed to fit limbs amputated at different points. They may have working joints and allow motion either by amplification of electric current generated by muscle contractions or by actual attachment to the muscles. Arm prostheses usually allow some degree of grasping and manipulation. External or implanted breast prostheses are used after mastectomy
prosthesis
The prefixing of one or more letters to the beginning of a word, as in beloved
prosthesis
an artificial limb
prosthesis
= an artificial replacement for a body part
prosthesis
An artificial replacement of a part of the body A breast prosthesis is a breast form that may be worn under clothing Also, a technical name for an implant that is placed under the chest muscle in breast reconstruction
prosthesis
A metallic or plastic device that provides an artificial substitute to replace the removed bone
prosthesis
an artificial replacement for a body part
prosthesis
An artificial body part such as an artificial leg or arm The term prosthesis is also used to describe some of the implants used in the body such as a hip or knee replacement device
prosthesis
(n )--an artificial replacement for a body part, either external or internal (pl: prostheses)
prosthesis
{i} device used to replace a missing limb or body part; placement of additional sounds at the beginning of a word or line of poetry
prosthesis
An artificial part of the body In the case of amputees, usually an arm or a leg
prosthesis
The technical term for some artificial part A partial denture is called a removable prosthesis A bridge is called a fixed prosthesis
prosthesis
An artificial substitute for a missing body part
prosthesis
An artificial part to replace missing teeth and their associated structures
prosthesis
An artificial device used to replace a missing body part, such as a limb, a tooth, an eye, or a heart valve
prostheses

    Турецкое произношение

    prästhisiz

    Произношение

    /präsˈᴛʜēsēz/ /prɑːsˈθiːsiːz/

    Этимология

    [ präs-'thE-s&s, 'pr&au ] (noun.) circa 1900. New Latin, from Greek, addition, from prostithenai to add to, from pros- in addition to + tithenai to put; more at PROS-, DO.

    Видео

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    abacinate
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