sudden death

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ani ölüm

Biz onun ani ölüm haberine büyük ölçüde şaşırdık. - We were greatly surprised at the news of his sudden death.

Onun ani ölümü bir trajedi idi. - His sudden death was a tragedy.

sudden infant death syndrome
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ani bebek ölümü sendromu
sudden infant death
(Tıp) ani bebek ölümü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The climax of a game, in which the next team to score instantly wins; often in an extra period of time following a tie at the end of the regular period of play
Instantaneous, unexpected death not caused by violence
Sudden death is a way of quickly deciding the winner of something such as a football or basketball game or a golf tournament when there are equal scores at the time when it would normally end. In a sudden-death situation, the first team to score a goal or the first golfer to win a hole is the winner. a way of deciding the winner of a game when the scores are equal at the end. The game goes on until one player or team gains the lead
unexpected demise, quick death
football and golf
(sports) overtime in which play is stopped as soon as one contestant scores; e
sudden infant death syndrome
The sudden and unexplained death of an infant aged one month to one year, normally while sleeping
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
crib death, syndrome in which healthy infants die from unknown causes (usually during sleep) , SIDS
sudden infant death syndrome
sudden and unexpected death of an apparently healthy infant during sleep
sudden infant death syndrome
A fatal syndrome that affects sleeping infants under a year old, characterized by a sudden cessation of breathing and thought to be caused by a defect in the central nervous system. Also called crib death. when a baby stops breathing and dies while it is sleeping, for no known reason American Equivalent: crib deathBritish Equivalent: cot death. or crib death Unexpected death of an apparently well infant. It occurs almost always during sleep at night and usually at 2-4 months of age. Sleeping facedown and exposure to cigarette smoke have been implicated. It is more common in cases of premature birth, low birth weight, and poor prenatal care. Many cases that would once have been labeled SIDS prove to be due to suffocation in bedding or overheating. Some babies who die of SIDS have been found to have brain stem abnormalities that interfere with their response to high levels of carbon dioxide in the blood
sudden death