sleeplessness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
uykusuzluk

Düzenli olarak açık havada çalışan kişiler uykusuzluk sıkıntısı çekmezler. - People who regularly work in the open air do not suffer from sleeplessness.

Sen uykusuzluk çekiyor musun? - Do you suffer from sleeplessness?

{i} dikkatlilik
{i} huzursuzluk
(Tıp) Uyuyamama hali, uykusuzluk
{i} uyanıklık
sleepless
uykusuz

Düzenli olarak açık havada çalışan kişiler uykusuzluk sıkıntısı çekmezler. - People who regularly work in the open air do not suffer from sleeplessness.

Konu bana birçok uykusuz gecelere mal oldu. - The affair cost me many sleepless nights.

sleep
uyumak

Bu oda uyumak için uygun değil. - This room is not suitable for sleeping.

Çocuklar yerde uyumak zorunda kalacaklar gibi. - It seems that the children will have to sleep on the floor.

sleep
uyku

Şair ölümü uykuya benzetti. - The poet compared death to sleep.

Her zaman uykulu hissederim. - I always feel sleepy.

insomnia
{i} uykusuzluk

Uykusuzluk için iyi bir tedavi nedir? - What's a good treatment for insomnia?

Uykusuzluktan muzdarip misin? - Do you suffer from insomnia?

sleep
{i} uyuma

Çocuklar yerde uyumak zorunda kalacaklar gibi. - It seems that the children will have to sleep on the floor.

Günde en az yedi saat uyumak zorundayız. - We must sleep at least seven hours a day.

sleep
kesik kesik uyuma
sleep
{f} kalmak

Evde kalmak ve bütün gün uyumak istiyorum. - I want to stay home and sleep all day.

Tom muhtemelen sadece evde kalmak ve uyumak istedi. - Tom probably wanted to just stay at home and go to sleep.

sleep
{f} uyuklamak
sleep
gecelemek
insomnia
uyku yitimi
insomnia
(Tıp) ensomni
insomnia
(Tıp) insomni
insomnia
uyuyamama
sleep
{f} uyu

Robin uyurken çok sevimli görünüyor. - Robin looks very cute when he's sleeping.

Kömür sobasıyla uyumamalısınız. Çünkü karbonmonoksit olarak adlandırılan çok zehirli bir gaz içerir. Kömür sobasıyla uyumak ölümle sonuçlanabilir. - You shouldn't sleep with a coal stove on because it releases a very toxic gas called carbon monoxide. Sleeping with a coal stove running may result in death.

Sleep
uyuyun
chronic sleeplessness
Kronik uykusuzluk
insomnia, sleeplessness
uykusuzluk, uykusuzluk
sleep
uyutma
sleep
uyuyorum
sleep
{i} ölüm

Şair ölümü uykuya benzetti. - The poet compared death to sleep.

Yazmak ölümden daha derin bir uyku. - Writing is a deeper sleep than death.

sleep
uyurum
die of sleeplessness
uykusuzluktan ölmek
insomnia
insomniacuykusu zor gelen kimse
insomnia
uyuyamazlık
insomnia
{i} uyuyamama hastalığı
sleep
daluyku
sleep
gece yarısından evvelki uyku
sleep
uyuşmak karıncalanmak
sleep
{i} kış uykusu
sleep
putto sleep yatırmak
sleep
{f} yatacak yer sağlamak
sleep
son uyku
sleep
{i} uyku hali
sleep
yatacak yer sağlam
sleep
güzellik uykusu
sleep
go to sleep uyumak uykuya dalmak
sleep
{f} fırıl fırıl dönmek
sleep
{f} çok hızlı dönmek
sleep
{f} (slept) uyumak
sleep
broken sleep devamlı olmayan uyku
sleepless
uyanık
sleepless
{s} dikkatli
sleepless
sleeplessly uykusuz olarak sleeplessnessuykusuzluk
sleepless
{s} huzursuz
İngilizce - İngilizce
{i} lack of sleep; alertness, insomnia
The property of being sleepless
a temporary state in which you are unable (or unwilling) to sleep
insomnia
insomnolence
sleep
To accommodate in beds

This caravan can sleep up to four people.

sleep
The state of reduced consciousness during which a human or animal rests in a daily rhythm

We need to conduct an overnight sleep test to diagnose your sleep problem.

sleep
to spin on its axis with no other perceptible motion

When a top is sleeping, it is spinning but not precessing.

sleepless
Characterized by an absence of sleep

I spent a sleepless night worrying about the exams.

sleep
{n} repose, slumber, rest, ease, quiet, death
sleep
{v} to suspend the mental powers by rest
sleepless
{a} wanting or void of sleep, watchful
Sleep
obdormition
sleep
zs
sleep
to sleep rough: see rough. Natural periodic suspension of consciousness during which the powers of the body are restored. Humans normally sleep at night, whereas nocturnal species sleep during the day. The average human sleep requirement is about 7.5 hours. Sleep is divided into two main types, REM (rapid-eye-movement) and NREM (non-REM); each recurs cyclically several times during a normal period of sleep. REM sleep is characterized by increased neuronal activity of the forebrain and midbrain, by depressed muscle tone, and by dreaming (see dream), rapid eye movements, and vascular congestion of the sex organs. NREM sleep is divided into four stages, the last of which is the deep, restorative, quiet sleep commonly associated with "a good night's rest." See also insomnia, narcolepsy
sleep
{i} unconscious state entered into by the body for the purpose of rest and rejuvenation (in humans and animals); period of rest; inactive state; repose of death; closing of leaves and petals at night
sleep
a torpid state resembling sleep
sleep
When you sleep, you rest with your eyes closed and your mind and body inactive. During the car journey, the baby slept a pool surrounded by sleeping sunbathers
sleep
of Sleep

Tom said that he wanted to buy a couple of sleeping bags. - Tom said he wanted to buy a couple of sleeping bags.

Tom said he wanted to buy a couple of sleeping bags. - Tom said that he wanted to buy a couple of sleeping bags.

sleep
If you say that you didn't lose any sleep over something, you mean that you did not worry about it at all. I didn't lose too much sleep over that investigation
sleep
eye gum
sleep
If you are trying to make a decision and you say that you will sleep on it, you mean that you will delay making a decision on it until the following day, so you have time to think about it
sleep
shuteye
sleep
To be slumbering in; followed by a cognate object; as, to sleep a dreamless sleep
sleep
roost
sleep
If you cannot get to sleep, you are unable to sleep. I can't get to sleep with all that singing
sleep
a state marked by lessened consciousness, lessened movement of the skeletal muscles, and slowed-down metabolism
sleep
dormant
sleep
{f} be in a state of sleep, fall asleep, slumber; enter into or be in a state that resembles sleep; be inattentive, be inactive; accommodate, provide with a place to sleep; be in the repose of death
sleep
Slept

I never slept that night. - I didn't sleep at all that night.

sleep
a natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended; "he didn't get enough sleep last night"; "calm as a child in dreamless slumber"
sleep
Blue Tourmaline, Moonstone, Peridot
sleep
If a building or room sleeps a particular number of people, it has beds for that number of people. The villa sleeps 10 and costs £530 per person for two weeks. see also sleeping
sleep
Sleep is the natural state of rest in which your eyes are closed, your body is inactive, and your mind does not think. They were exhausted from lack of sleep Try and get some sleep Be quiet and go to sleep Often he would have bad dreams and cry out in his sleep
sleep
An act or instance of sleeping
sleep
A sleep is a period of sleeping. I think he may be ready for a sleep soon
sleep
wait
sleep
If a sick or injured animal is put to sleep, it is killed by a vet in a way that does not cause it pain. I'm going take the dog down to the vet's and have her put to sleep. = put down
sleep
be asleep be able to accommodate for sleeping; "This tent sleeps six people
sleep
To be, or appear to be, in repose; to be quiet; to be unemployed, unused, or unagitated; to rest; to lie dormant; as, a question sleeps for the present; the law sleeps
sleep
euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb); "she was laid to rest beside her husband"; "they had to put their family pet to sleep"
sleep
To rest in a state of reduced consciousness
sleep
a period of time spent sleeping; "he felt better after a little sleep"; "there wasn't time for a nap"
sleep
In the Tradition different sort of dreamstates are indicated: lucid dreams, dreamless sleep, the sleep of assimilation, the sleep of Alifa, the sleep of Avasha, the rest of Arcana, etc All these states signify states which are only understood by initiates because they correspond with exactly those degrees of Initiation one can not divulge
sleep
A substance found in the corner of the eyes after waking, whether real or a figurative objectification of sleep (in the sense of reduced consciousness)
sleep
noun - A drug Sleep is the only known drug that has the ability to make you want more with the less you take And if you get none of it, you want it very badly If you deny your addiction to sleep, the withdrawal sequence includes dozing off, smacking into things, lack of attention, and getting hit by parked cars
sleep
To be dead; to lie in the grave
sleep
a torpid state resembling sleep a period of time spent sleeping; "he felt better after a little sleep"; "there wasn't time for a nap"
sleep
suspend execution for interval
sleep
The state in which a thread completely suspends execution until another thread signals it that there is work to do
sleep
A word often used in connection with hypnosis, but natural sleep is not the same as a hypnotic 'sleep'
sleep
be asleep
sleep
To give sleep to; to furnish with accomodations for sleeping; to lodge
sleep
To be careless, inattentive, or uncouncerned; not to be vigilant; to live thoughtlessly
sleep
To take rest by a suspension of the voluntary exercise of the powers of the body and mind, and an apathy of the organs of sense; to slumber
sleep
be able to accommodate for sleeping; "This tent sleeps six people"
sleep
A natural and healthy, but temporary and periodical, suspension of the functions of the organs of sense, as well as of those of the voluntary and rational soul; that state of the animal in which there is a lessened acuteness of sensory perception, a confusion of ideas, and a loss of mental control, followed by a more or less unconscious state
sleep
wait for a given period
sleepless
wakeful
sleepless
experiencing or accompanied by sleeplessness; "insomniac old people"; "insomniac nights"; "lay sleepless all night"; "twenty watchful, weary, tedious nights"- Shakespeare
sleepless
Having no rest; perpetually agitated
sleepless
Having no sleep; wakeful
sleepless
{s} without sleep; wakeful, insomniac, restless
sleepless
without having the eyes closed or covered by the eyelids; "to an eye like mine, a lidless watcher of the public weal"- Alfred Tennyson
sleepless
Someone who is sleepless is unable to sleep. A sleepless baby can seem to bring little reward
sleepless
A sleepless night is one during which you do not sleep. I have sleepless nights worrying about her
sleeplessness