tenseness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gerginlik
uyanık olma
(isim) gerginlik
tense
gergin

Böyle gergin olmaya gerek yok. - There's no need to be that tense.

Uçağa binmeden önce her zaman gergin olurum. - I am always tense before I get on an airplane.

tense
zaman

Çin ve Japonya arasındaki ilişkiler son zamanlarda gergin olmuştur. - Relations between China and Japan have been tense recently.

Basit gelecek zaman denilen şey İngilizce sınavında kabul edilse bile, o mevcut değildir. - It is even becoming accepted even in exam-English that that called simple future tense does not exist.

tense
i., dilb. fiil zamanı, zaman
tense
nazik
tense
elektrikli
tense
stresli
tense
çekmek
tense
stres içinde
tense
endişeli
tense
gerili

Tom'un patronuyla buluşması gerilimli idi. - Tom's meeting with his boss was very tense.

tense
(Dilbilim) eylem zamanı
tense
gerilmiş
tense
sıkı

Hükümetin mali durumu sıkıntılı. - The government's financial situation is tense.

tense
gerginleştirmek
tense
(up ile) gerilmek
tense
sinirli
tense
germek
tense
telaşlı
tense
{f} ger

Tom'un patronuyla buluşması gerilimli idi. - Tom's meeting with his boss was very tense.

Washington'daki atmosfer çok gergin oldu. - The atmosphere in Washington became very tense.

tense
gerginleşmek
tense
ger(mek)
tense
tensi
tense
gerilmek
tense
{i} kip
tense
gerilimli

Tom'un patronuyla buluşması gerilimli idi. - Tom's meeting with his boss was very tense.

tense
(sıfat) gergin
tense
fiil zamanı
tense
sequence of tenses cümlede zaman uyumu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A particular vowel or consonant quality that is phonemically contrastive in many languages, including English
The characteristic of being tense
{n} a tense state, tightness, stiffness
(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; "he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor"
{i} tension, nervousness
the physical condition of being stretched or strained; "it places great tension on the leg muscles"; "he could feel the tenseness of her body"
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To make or become tense
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Showing signs of stress or strain; not relaxed
tense
Any of the forms of a verb which distinguish when an action or state of being occurs or exists

The basic tenses in English are present, past, and future.

tense
strained to stiffness
tense
{n} a distinction of time
tense
{a} stretched, stiff
Tense
time
tense
{i} inflection, verbal "time" (Grammar)
tense
pulled taut, without any slack
tense
A tense situation or period of time is one that makes people anxious, because they do not know what is going to happen next. This gesture of goodwill did little to improve the tense atmosphere at the talks After three very tense weeks he phoned again
tense
The form of a verb which indicates the time of the action
tense
Present, Perfect (identified with SVUX), Imperfect (identified with "ba"), Pluperfect, etc
tense
a distinction of form in a verb to express distinctions of time Just because a verb has tenses does not mean it is up tight
tense
stretch or force to the limit; "strain the rope"
tense
Stretched tightly; strained to stiffness; rigid; not lax; as, a tense fiber
tense
the form of a verb that indicate time or duration of the action or state expressed by the verb English has five tenses: present, progressive, past, perfect, and future The progressive and perfect tenses may be combined with each other and with the present or past or future to form compound tenses, such as the present perfect progressive: I have been standing
tense
the vowel sound in `beat' in or of a state of physical or nervous tension
tense
{s} strained, taut, rigid, nervous, stressful
tense
One of the forms which a verb takes by inflection or by adding auxiliary words, so as to indicate the time of the action or event signified; the modification which verbs undergo for the indication of time
tense
If your body is tense, your muscles are tight and not relaxed. A bath can relax tense muscles. + tenseness tense·ness If you feel a tenseness around the eyes, relax your muscles
tense
make tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious
tense
pronounced with relatively tense tongue muscles (e g , the vowel sound in `beat')
tense
taut or rigid; stretched tight; "tense piano strings"
tense
the form taken by a verb to indicate time (as in past-present-future)
tense
Indicates the time frame for verb action, past, present or future, and whether the action occurred at a point in time (a simple tense) over time (a progressive tense) or before another event (a perfect tense)
tense
increase the tension on; "tense a rope"
tense
a property of verbs relating primarily to the time at which the action or event denoted by the verb takes place For example, past tense verbs, as in Sam left, describe events in the past
tense
(L tempus time) the grammatical encoding of time, e g , past tense
tense
{f} pull taught, stretch tight; make anxious or nervous; become anxious or nervous; become tight, contract
tense
become tense or tenser; "He tensed up when he saw his opponent enter the room"
tense
pronounced with relatively tense tongue muscles e
tense
in or of a state of physical or nervous tension
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If you are tense, you are anxious and nervous and cannot relax. Dart, who had at first been very tense, at last relaxed. + tensely tense·ly She waited tensely for the next bulletin + tenseness tense·ness McKay walked slowly toward this screen, feeling a growing tenseness
tense
a grammatical category of verbs used to express distinctions of time
tense
verbs often change their form according to when the action they describe happens They may be in the past tense ('the library was closed on Monday', 'the library closed early'), the present ('the library is open') or the future ('the library will open tomorrow')
tense
a grammatical category of verbs used to express distinctions of time make tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious; become tense or tenser; "He tensed up when he saw his opponent enter the room"
tense
(tense) In grammar, tense refers to the form a verb can take to indicate the time and duration of whatever is specified by that verb
tense
The tense of a verb group is its form, which usually shows whether you are referring to past, present, or future time. tense up to make your muscles tight and stiff, or to become tight and stiff. In grammar, an inflected form of a verb indicating the time of a narrated event in relation to the time at which the narrator is speaking. Time is often perceived as a continuum with three main divisions, past, present, and future, defined in relation to the time when the event is described. Other categories, including mood and aspect, may further specify the action as definite or indefinite, completed or not completed, lasting or nonlasting, and recurring or occurring once
tense
the form taken by a verb to indicate time (as in pastpresentfuture)
tense
Any of the forms of a verb which distinguish when an action or state of being occurs or exists. The basic tenses in English are present, past and future. English also has perfect tenses (present perfect, past perfect and future perfect) and progressive tenses
tense
If your muscles tense, if you tense, or if you tense your muscles, your muscles become tight and stiff, often because you are anxious or frightened. Newman's stomach muscles tensed Jane tensed her muscles to stop them from shaking. Tense up means the same as tense. When we are under stress our bodies tend to tense up Tense up the muscles in both of your legs
tenseness