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İngilizce - Türkçe
yara izi

Tom Mary'ye bacağındaki yara izini gösterdi. - Tom showed Mary the scar on his leg.

Hâlâ o kazadan kalma bir yara izim var. - I'll still have a scar from that accident.

Ameliyat izi
(Tıp) sikatris
(Tıp) nedbe
{f} yara izi bırak

Trajedi zihnimde bir yara izi bıraktı. - The tragedy left a scar on my mind.

yara izi bırakmak
{i} kayalık
geçmişin bıraktığı kötü etki
{i} kusur
yara iz

Yanağındaki yara izi artık neredeyse görünmüyor. - The scar on his cheek hardly shows now.

Yara izini herhangi birine hiç gösterdin mi? - Have you ever shown your scar to someone?

{f} sıyırmak
dökülmüş yaprağın dal üzerindeki izi
{i} iz
yarayara izi bırakmak
(Tıp) Yara yeri iyileştikten sonra kalan bağ örgüsü dokusu, nedbe, yara nişanı, yara izi, sikatris
{i} dev kaya
{i} çizik
{i} geçmişin izi
{f} iz bırakmak
(Biyoloji) skar
iz ol/iz bırak
{f} çizmek
{i} yalçın kaya
skar,v.yara izi bırak: n.yara izi
{i} sıyrık

O orada bir yerde yalnız ve korkmuş. - She's out there somewhere alone and scared.

Bu çok korkutucu bir yer. - This is a very scary place.

(Tıp) yara

Tom'un alnında Mary onu son gördüğünden beri yeni bir yara vardı. - Tom had a new scar on his forehead since the last time Mary had seen him.

Yara kolunda bir iz bıraktı. - The wound left a scar on her arm.

scar face
yaralı yüz
scar tissue
skar dokusu
scar over
kapanmak (yara)
scar over
kabuk bağlamak
surgery scar
(Geometri) Ameliyat izi
leaf scar
yaprak izi
leave a scar
iz bırakmak
post-burn scar
yanık sonrası oluşan sıkar dokusu
yara izli
İngilizce - İngilizce
a rock in the sea breaking out from the surface of the water
A permanent mark on the skin sometimes caused by the healing of a wound
a cliff
To mark the skin permanently
A marine food fish, the scarus, or parrot fish
a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue mark with a scar; "The skin disease scarred his face permanently
{n} the mark of a burn or cut, a rock
{v} to mark with wounds or sores
an indication of damage
To form a scar
If an unpleasant physical or emotional experience leaves a scar on someone, it has a permanent effect on their mind. The early years of fear and the hostility left a deep scar on the young boy
If your skin is scarred, it is badly marked as a result of a wound. He was scarred for life during a pub fight His scarred face crumpled with pleasure
{f} mark with a scar, cause a scar; be marked with a scar
If a surface is scarred, it is damaged and there are ugly marks on it. The arena was scarred by deep muddy ruts. scarred wooden table tops
{i} mark left on the skin after a wound has healed
mark with a scar; "The skin disease scarred his face permanently"
If an unpleasant physical or emotional experience scars you, it has a permanent effect on your mind. This is something that's going to scar him forever. Mark left on the skin after a wound heals. Cells called fibroblasts produce collagen fibres, which form bundles that make up the bulk of scar tissue. Scars have a blood supply but no oil glands or elastic tissue, so they can be slightly painful or itchy. Hypertrophic scars grow overly thick and fibrous but remain within the original wound site. Scars can also develop into tumourlike growths called keloids, which extend beyond the wound's limits. Both can inhibit movement when they result from serious burns over large areas, especially around a joint. Scars, especially those from unaided healing of third-degree burns, can become malignant. Treatment of serious scars is one of the most important problems in plastic surgery
a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
a mark left on the skin after a surface injury or wound has healed
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fibrous tissue that has formed after a skin injury
remnants or residuum of the healing process
A scar is a mark on the skin which is left after a wound has healed. He had a scar on his forehead. facial injuries which have left permanent scars
fibrous tissue composed of collagen bundles that forms after a skin injury Topical silicone sheets can improve the appearance of scars and keloids These patches are cut to the shape of the scar then placed on the scar for 12-24 hours This is repeated for 3-4 months to help flattened the scar The silicone sheets can be reused during the treatment
An isolated or protruding rock; a steep, rocky eminence; a bare place on the side of a mountain or steep bank of earth
To mark with a scar or scars
A mark left upon a stem or branch by the fall of a leaf, leaflet, or frond, or upon a seed by the separation of its support
A mark in the skin or flesh of an animal, made by a wound or ulcer, and remaining after the wound or ulcer is healed; a cicatrix; a mark left by a previous injury; a blemish; a disfigurement
scar tissue
The connective tissue forming a scar and composed chiefly of fibroblasts in recent scars and largely of dense collagenous fibers in old scars
scar tissue
the connective tissue that forms a scar; consists of fibroblasts in new scars and collagen fibers in old scars
scar tissue
Dense fibrous connective tissue that forms over a healed wound or cut
A scar
To scar
bikini scar
A horizontal scar across the center of the lower abdomen, especially one resulting from a cesarean section
bundle scar
A small mark on a leaf scar indicating a point where a vein from the leaf was once connected with the stem
leaf scar
The mark left on a twig after a leaf falls
left a deep scar on him
hurt him very deeply (emotionally)
left a scar on him
hurt him deeply (emotionally)
past of scar
deeply affected or marked by mental or physical pain or injury; "Could her scarred mind ever be free of fear?"; "a face scarred by anxiety"; "the fire left her arm badly scarred
{s} marked with a scar, having a permanent marking on the skin
A scar; a mark
present participle of scar
{s} process of leaving a scar, process of forming a scar
plural of scar
third-person singular of scar