unconscious

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} baygın

Odaya girdiğimde, Tom'u yerde baygın buldum. - When I came into the room, I found Tom unconscious on the floor.

Tom yerde baygın yatıyordu. - Tom was lying unconscious on the floor.

{s} şuursuz
{s} kendinden geçmiş
(Tıp,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçsizlik
{s} bilinçsiz

Tom bilinçsiz değildi. - Tom wasn't unconscious.

O, mutfak zemininde bilinçsiz yatarken bulundu. - He was found lying unconscious on the kitchen floor.

kendinde değil

Birkaç gündür kendinde değildi. - He was unconscious for several days.

(Tıp) inkonsiyans
kendinde olmamak
kasıtsız
bilinçaltı
bilmeden
farkında olmayış
farkında olmayan, habersiz: He is unconscious of the seriousness of our environmental problems. Çevresel sorunlarımızın ne kadar ciddi
bilinçalt
{s} habersiz

O benim varlığımdan habersiz görünüyordu. - He seemed unconscious of my presence.

şuursuzca
{s} 1. farkında olmayan, habersiz: He is unconscious of the seriousness of our environmental problems. Çevresel sorunlarımızın ne kadar ciddi
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) bilinçdışı [freud] bilinçaltı
(Tıp) Bilinçsiz, hissisz
(Tıp) Freud nazariyelerine göre zihnin bilinç kısmı
farkında olmadan
unconsciousnessbilinçsizlik
{s} bilinçaltı ile ilgili
unconsciouslybilinçsiz olarak
psikiy
{s} farkında olmayan
bilinç dışı
şuurdışı
unconsciousness
bilinçsizlik
unconscious reasoning
bilinçsiz muhakeme
unconscious mind
bilinçsiz zihin
unconscious guilt
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçdışı suçluluk
unconscious inference
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçsiz çıkarsama
unconscious knowledge
(Dilbilim) bilinçsiz bilgi
unconscious maturation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçdışı olgunlaşma
unconscious memory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçdışı bellek
unconscious motivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçdışı motivasyon
unconscious motivation
bilinçdışı güdülenim
unconsciously
baygın halde

Baygın halde gömleğimi çıkardım. - I unconsciously removed my shirt.

unconsciously
bilinçsizce

Eylemlerimizin yüzde seksenini bilinçsizce gerçekleştiririz. - We perform eighty percent of our actions unconsciously.

Gerçekten canlı müzik çalmaya başladığında, ben bilinçsizce dans etmeye başlarım. - When really lively music starts playing, I start dancing unconsciously.

unconsciously
farkında olmadan
collective unconscious
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ortak bilinçdışı
unconsciously
şuursuzca
Unconsciously
bilinçsiz olarak
unconsciousness
kendinde olmama
be unconscious of
habersiz olmak
be unconscious of
farkında olmamak
collective unconscious
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) kolektif bilinçdışı (jung)
he is unconscious
onun şuuru yerinde değil
racial unconscious
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ırksal bilinçdışı
the unconscious
ruhb. bilinçdışı
the unconscious
şuurdışı
the unconscious
bilinçdışı
to be unconscious
kendinde olmamak
unconsciously
kendinden geçmiş olarak
unconsciously
bilmeden
unconsciousness
şuursuzluk
unconsciousness
{i} baygınlık
unconsciousness
(Tıp) enkonsiyans
unconsciousness
{i} farkında olmama
İngilizce - İngilizce
not conscious
The unconscious mind
engaged in skilled performance without conscious control

Someone who has reeled off a string of baskets will say, I was unconscious, as if he were following the Zen injunction to be mindful while suspending thought.

not cognizant of objects, actions, etc
{a} not perceiving or knowing
Lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception; not conscious Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended
Your unconscious is the part of your mind that contains feelings and ideas that you do not know about or cannot control. In examining the content of the unconscious, Freud called into question some deeply-held beliefs. the/sb's unconscious the part of your mind in which there are thoughts and feelings that you do not realize you have subconscious. or subconscious In psychoanalysis, the part of the psychic apparatus that does not ordinarily enter the individual's awareness but may be manifested by slips of the tongue, dreams, or neurotic symptoms (see neurosis). The existence of unconscious mental activities was first elaborated by Sigmund Freud and is now a well-established principle of psychiatry. The origin of many neurotic symptoms is said to depend on conflicts that have been removed from consciousness by repression and maintained in the unconscious through various defense mechanisms. Recent biopsychological explorations have shed light on the relationship between brain physiology and the levels of consciousness at which people retain memories
1 One of three divisions of Sigmund Freud's topographic theory of the mind (the others being the conscious and preconscious) in which the psychic material is not readily accessible to conscious awareness by ordinary means 2 In popular usage, any mental material not in the immediate field of awareness 3 Denoting a state of unawareness, with lack of response to external stimuli, as in a coma
- The place where we relegate the desires we are unable to fulfill is known as the unconscious
{s} not conscious, senseless; unaware, unknowing; not directed by conscious thought, automatic, involuntary, instinctive
In Freud?s topographic model, that part of the mind containing repressed thoughts and memories of which the individual is unaware See also conscious, preconscious, repression, topographic model
The awarenesses (and actions) of the individual brains when the self are not merged with them Also refers to the motivations the self has that are due to the shell trauma
{i} all the psychic material that is not available in the immediate field of awareness
All the thoughts, ideas, etc going on in your mind which you are not consciously aware of at an given moment The unconscious mind is apparently capable of multi-tasking and can handle huge amounts of incoming information
Not conscious; having no consciousness or power of mental perception; without cerebral appreciation; hence, not knowing or regarding; ignorant; as, an unconscious man
Someone who is unconscious is in a state similar to sleep, usually as the result of a serious injury or a lack of oxygen. By the time ambulancemen arrived he was unconscious conscious + unconsciousness un·con·scious·ness He knew that he might soon lapse into unconsciousness
lack of awareness In Freudian terms, repressed psychological material The part of the mind of which a person is only rarely aware
that part of the mind wherein psychic activity takes place of which the person is unaware
san konesans
Mental activity of which the person engaging in it is not aware; hence a presumed source of unknown internal influences over the conduct of human agent Psychoanalysts like Freud, Jung, and Lacan supposed it possible to discover the content and significance of such influences with suitable methods of psychiatric investigation
According to Freud, the area of the psyche where unknown wishes and needs are kept that play a significant role in our conscious behavior
not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead; "lay unconscious on the floor"
without conscious volition
thoughts, memories, impulses, desires, and feelings which we are not aware of but influence our emotions and behavior in some subtle way
Having no knowledge by experience; followed by of; as, a mule unconscious of the yoke
If you are unconscious of something, you are unaware of it. He himself seemed totally unconscious of his failure = oblivious conscious + unconsciously un·con·scious·ly `I was very unsure of myself after the divorce,' she says, unconsciously sweeping back the curls from her forehead
Not known or apprehended by consciousness; as, an unconscious cerebration
(followed by `of') not knowing or perceiving; "happily unconscious of the new calamity at home"- Charles Dickens
not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead; "lay unconscious on the floor" without conscious volition
a topographical term for the unknown process of the psyche The unconscious is unconscious only to the ego--we don't know if it is actually that way
Contains all your memories, and your reactions to memories from birth Seat of your emotions and directs almost all your behavior Controls our automatic processes and thinking Receives two million messages of sensory awareness every second
If feelings or attitudes are unconscious, you are not aware that you have them, but they show in the way that you behave. Unconscious envy manifests itself very often as this kind of arrogance + unconsciously un·con·scious·ly I think racism is unconsciously inherent in practically everyone
inconscious
unconscious mind
The total experiences and systemic working of the brain, not currently in conscious awareness (See Conscious Mind)
unconscious mind
a term from psychoanalysis It is said to be the sum of all thoughts, memories, impulses, desires, feelings, etc , of which the individual is not conscious but which influence his emotions and behavior In actuality, the "unconscious" is the sum of all a man’s bad experiences and nothing more mysterious than that In Dianetics and Scientology it is called the reactive mind See also reactive mind
unconscious mind
the unawakened aspects of mind in which karma is stored It appears as the field of darkness outside the perceptual field of light and consciousness It can be found behind the vehicles of the ensouling entity in each band of the mind Another strata of the unconscious mind can be located in the unopened channels of the Nada The unconscious mind contains the raw material that is transformed by spiritual techniques
unconscious mind
that part of the mind wherein psychic activity takes place of which the person is unaware
unconscious mind
The part of the mind of which we can never be directly aware; the storehouse of primitive instinctual motives and of memories and emotions that have been repressed (pp 12, 160,465)
unconscious(p)
(followed by `of') not knowing or perceiving; "happily unconscious of the new calamity at home"- Charles Dickens
Unconscious.
dead to the world

Simon hit him from behind on the back of his head. The size of his punch was enough to knock even the toughest senseless. Simon's victim fell to the deck. . . . There he lay, dead to the world.

collective unconscious
A reservoir of the experiences of human species
he's unconscious
Indicates that a male person is currently not conscious
she's unconscious
Indicates that a female person is currently not conscious
unconsciousness
The state of lacking consciousness, of being unconscious
unconsciousness
{n} a not perceiving
knock unconscious
Knock out, knock senseless
collective unconscious
A theory put forward by psychologist Carl Jung which states that there exists a universal human consciousness which holds the collective memories, experiences, and wisdom of the human race, and which certain people are able to tap
collective unconscious
according to Jungian theory, the part of the unconscious mind that contains memories and behavioral predispositions that all humans share because of our common ancestry
collective unconscious
Carl Jung coined the term used to describe the aspect of the unconscious that he believed is common to all humanity
collective unconscious
Concept put forward by C G Jung to refer to a level of unconscious thought and experience shared collectively by humans
collective unconscious
In psychology, the collective unconscious consists of the basic ideas and images that all people are believed to share because they have inherited them. In Jungian psychology, a part of the unconscious mind, shared by a society, a people, or all humankind, that is the product of ancestral experience and contains such concepts as science, religion, and morality
collective unconscious
(Psychology) psychic material that every human possesses in his/her unconscious at birth (term coined by Carl Jung)
collective unconscious
the inherited symbolic expressions of human experience (Jung)
unconsciously
without awareness; "she jumped up unconsciously when he entered the room
unconsciously
In a subconscious manner; something done unknowingly
unconsciously
without awareness; "she jumped up unconsciously when he entered the room"
unconsciously
in an unconscious manner, without being aware, instinctively, automatically, involuntarily
unconsciousness
{i} condition of being unaware or unknowing; condition of being unconscious; state of having no consciousness (such as an object)
unconsciousness
a state lacking normal awareness of the self or environment
unconsciousness
ignorance or innocence; the state of being uninformed or unaware
unconscious