trauma

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İngilizce - Türkçe
travma

Bu kaza onu psikolojik olarak travmatize etti. - This accident has psychologically traumatized him.

Tom öyle travma geçirmiş ki güçlükle konuşuyordu. - Tom was so traumatized he could barely speak.

{i} sarsıntı

Seni sarsıntı geçirmiş halde hayal edemiyorum. - I can't picture you traumatized.

{i} yara
{i} (Tıp) yara, incinme, travma
yaraya ait
{ç} trau.ma.ta (trô'mıtı, trau'mıtı)/--s (trô'mız, trau'mız)
(Tıp) Yaralanma, zedelenme
yaradan ileri gelen
(Diş Hekimliği) Yara, bere, incinme; istemdışı, kaza veya saldırı sonucu oluşmuş doku zararı
{i} ruhb. travma, sarsıntı
psik

Bu kaza onda psikolojik travmaya neden oldu. - This accident has caused him psychological trauma.

Bu kaza onu psikolojik olarak travmatize etti. - This accident has psychologically traumatized him.

(Tıp) Yara, bere, travm
sarsıntı doğuran
{i} şok
(Ticaret) stres
traumatic
{s} travmatik

Çok travmatik bir şeydir. - It's a very traumatic thing.

O travmatik bir deneyimdi. - It was a traumatic experience.

trauma machine
sarsıntı makinesi
acoustic trauma
yüksek şiddetteki sesin sebep olduğu geçici ya da sürekli işitme kaybı ile belirgin travma, akustik travma
birth trauma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) doğum travması
go through a trauma
travma geçirmek
psychic trauma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ruhsal travma
psychic trauma
psişik travma
severe trauma
ağır travma
suffer a severe trauma
ağır bir travma geçirmek
traumatic
derinden etkileyici
traumatic
yaranın sebep olduğu
traumatic
sarsıcı
traumatic
şok edici
blunt trauma
kunt travma
brain trauma
(Tıp, İlaç) Beyin tıravması
traumatization
travmatizasyon
advanced trauma life
(Askeri) ileri seviyede ilk yardım
advanced trauma management; air target material; assign traffic metering
(Askeri) geliştirlimiş travma yönetimi; hava hedef malzemeleri; trafik ölçüm tahsisi
psychic trauma in literature
edebiyatta psişik travma
rape trauma
(Tıp) tecavüz travması
rape trauma syndrome
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tecavüz travması sendromu
traumatic
{s} yaraya ait
traumatic
{s} (Tıp) yaraya ait, yaradan ileri gelen
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any serious injury to the body, often resulting from violence or an accident
An emotional wound leading to psychological injury
An event that causes great distress
an emotional wound or shock often having long-lasting effects
Injury caused by sudden shock or impact
Cold
a physical injury or wound caused by an external force which may cause death or permanent disability Trauma is also used to describe severe emotional or psychological shock or distress
= injury due to physical, chemical or psychological causes
a deeply disturbing experience; emotional shock following a profound physical injury or stressful event
- physical injury or wound and/or psychological upset
A wound, hurt, or injury to the body Trauma can also be mental such as when a person feels great stress
An event which causes mental and/or physical harm
injury or wound
disorders caused by wounds or injuries
A wound or injury to living tissue
Any experience which inflicts serious damage to the organism It may refer to psychological as well as physiological insult
Injury caused by violence, shock, or external force
injury
Trauma is a very severe shock or very upsetting experience, which may cause psychological damage. I'd been through the trauma of losing a house The officers are claiming compensation for trauma after the disaster
kev ceeb ntshai; kev poob plig; mob si
any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc
An injury or wound
An injury to the teeth or jaws
—Physical injury or emotional shock
A moment in time, or string of moments where the sensations, emotions, and thoughts are stored Causes difficulties for humans as they guide behavior inappropriately Usually painful or difficult experiences Trauma creates post traumatic stress disorder
{i} severe and chronic mental or emotional stress; sudden and severe physical injury
精神創傷;外傷
a physical injury or wound caused by an external force of violence, which may cause death or permanent disability Trauma is also used to describe severe emotional or psychological shock or distress
trauma naked
The state of being totally naked for medical assessment, often because the clothes were cut off by trauma scissors
trauma center
special emergency room equipped to treat severe injuries
trauma room
location used for dealing with casualties of trauma
traumatization
The infliction of trauma; the act or process of traumatizing
acoustic trauma
An injury to the inner ear that is often caused by exposure to a high decibel noise
traumatic
{a} of, relating to, or good for wounds
birth trauma
emotional injury inflicted on an infant by events incident to birth that is alleged to appear in symbolic form in patients with mental illness physical injury to an infant during the birth process
birth trauma
injury resulting from childbirth
blast trauma
injury caused the explosion of a bomb (especially in enclosed spaces)
blunt trauma
injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car)
childhood trauma
emotional shock that occurred during childhood which has left a person with problems as an adult
penetrating trauma
injury incurred when an object (as a knife or bullet or shrapnel) penetrates into the body
psychic trauma
trauma which causes psychological effects
recover from a trauma
recover from shock, get over a shock
suffered a trauma
experienced a scary event which left him with long term mental problems
traumata
plural of trauma
traumatic
Produced by wounds; as, traumatic tetanus
traumatic
Of or pertaining to wounds; applied to wounds
traumatic
causing physical or especially psychological injury; "a stabbing remark"; "few experiences are more traumatic than losing a child"; "wounding and false charges of disloyalty"
traumatic
psychologically painful
traumatic
{s} causing trauma; characterized by severe mental or emotional stress; of or pertaining physical injury
traumatic
of, caused by, or causing trauma
traumatic
A traumatic medicine
traumatic
psychologically painful of or relating to a physical injury or wound to the body
traumatic
of or relating to a physical injury or wound to the body
traumatic
A traumatic experience is very shocking and upsetting, and may cause psychological damage. I suffered a nervous breakdown. It was a traumatic experience. a traumatic experience is so shocking and upsetting that it affects you for a long time
traumatic
Adapted to the cure of wounds; vulnerary
traumatization
{i} causing of physical and/or emotional injury or shock
trauma