vital

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} yaşamsal
hayati

Bir gökdelendeki asansörler hayati sistemlerdir. - The elevators in a skyscraper are vital systems.

Bu hayati önem taşıyan bir konu. - It's a matter of vital importance.

çok önemli

Senin yardımın planımızın başarısı için çok önemlidir. - Your help is vital to the success of our plan.

2.30'a kadar Tom Jackson'ın ofisine gitmemiz kesinlikle çok önemlidir. - It's absolutely vital that we get to Tom Jackson's office by 2:30.

{s} yaşayan
yaşamsal önemde
can alıcı
çok gerekli
yaşam için gerekli
hayat dolu
canlı

Sağlık ve canlılık uzun hayat için gereklidir. - Health and vitality are important for long life.

hayatı devam ettirici
(Tıp) () Kalb veya ciğer veya beyin gibi hayat için esas olan organlar
(Tıp) Hayat için lüzumlu
(İnşaat) hayati önem taşıyan

Bu hayati önem taşıyan bir konu. - It's a matter of vital importance.

hayat merkezine ait
hayatı olan
ehemmiyetli
(Askeri) HAYATİ, ESASLI
hayat değerinde
(Tıp) Hayata ait, hayati
{s} dirimsel
kalp veya beyin gibi hayat için esas olan orga
{s} öldürücü
çok lüzumlu
(Tıp) vital
dirimlik
elzem
vitality
canlılık

Sağlık ve canlılık uzun hayat için gereklidir. - Health and vitality are important for long life.

vitality
{i} dirilik
vital interest
(Mecazen) Kırmızı çizgi
vital point
bamteli
vital rates
(Denizbilim) canlı oranı
vital sign
(Tıp) yaşamsal belirti
vital statistics
(Tıp) yaşam istatistikleri
vital organ
hayati organ
vital capacity
vital kapasite
vital importance
Çok önemli, hayatı
vital medium
(Biyoloji) Hayatı ortam
vital to
hayatı
vital actions
(Biyoloji) hayatsal etkinlikler
vital area
(Askeri) HAYATİ BÖLGE: 1. Düşman faaliyeti sonucu tahrip veya arızaya uğraması, askeri harekat üzerinde aksi bir tesir husule getirebilecek herhangi bir bölge veya herhangi bir tesis. 2. Hava savunma birlikleri tarafından savunulması gereken bölge veya tesis. Ayrıca bak "area"
vital capacity
(Fizyoloji) soluk kapasitesi
vital capacity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hayati kapasite
vital capacity
nefes gücü
vital danger
yaşam tehlikesi
vital danger
hayat tehlikesi
vital factor
hayati faktör
vital function
hayati fonksiyon
vital ground
(Askeri) HAYATİ SAHA, HAYATİ ÖNEMDE ARAZİ: Bak "key terrain"
vital necessity
yaşamsal gereksinim
vital need
zorunlu ihtiyaç
vital point
düğüm noktası
vital point of a matter
bam teli
vital reactions
(Biyoloji) hayatsal tepkiler
vital record
doğum ve ölüm kaydı
vital resistance
(Biyoloji) yaşama direnci
vital signs
tıb. hayati belirtiler
vital spot
can damarı
vital statistics
(isim)fus istatistikleri, sağlık ile ilgili istatistikler, vücut ölçüleri
vital statistics
nüfus istatistikleri
vital statistics
doğum ve ölüm istatistikleri
vital statistics
sağlık ile ilgili istatistikler
vital statistics
vücut ölçüleri
vital tooth
(Diş Hekimliği) canlı diş
vitality
{i} dayanma gücü
vitality
{i} yaşama gücü
vitally
hayati derecede

Bu hayati derecede önemli. - It's vitally important.

vitals
hayati organlar

Leyla, Sami'nin hayati organlarını kontrol etti. - Layla checked Sami's vitals.

vitality
zindelik
vitality
enerji
vitally
son derece
vitality
hayatiyet
vitality
gereklilik
vitally
mutlak surette
vitally
en yüksek derecede
bureau of vital statistics
(isim)fus dairesi, nüfus memurluğu
bureau of vital statistics
nüfus memurluğu
bureau of vital statistics
nüfus dairesi
communications instructions for reporting vital intelligence sightings
(Askeri) hayati istihbarat müşahadeleri raporu için muhabere talimatları
immediately vital cargo
(Askeri) ACİL TEMİNİ GEREKTİREN HAYATİ YÜK: Alıcı ülkenin, geminin maruz kaldığı riske aldırmaksızın savaşın yürütülmesi veya ulusal beka için derhal gereken yük olarak gördüğü evvelce yüklenmiş hamule. Eğer hamule başka bir ülkenin gemisiyle taşınacak olursa, bu ülke söz konusu hamulenin teslimi hususunda mutabakata varmak zorundadır. Bu deyimin kullanımı, nakliye manevrası politikasının uygulanma süresiyle sınırlıdır
immediately vital cargo
(Askeri) acele hayati önemde yük
of vital importance
hayati önem taşıyan
principle of vital interest
(Politika, Siyaset) ali menfaatler ilkesi
principle of vital interest
(Politika, Siyaset) yüce menfaatler ilkesi
vitality
(Tıp) Hayat fonksiyonlarını yapma gücü
vitality
{i} can

Sağlık ve canlılık uzun hayat için gereklidir. - Health and vitality are important for long life.

vitality
{i} yaşama/dayanma gücü
vitality
{i} güç
vitality
hayat

Sağlık ve canlılık uzun hayat için gereklidir. - Health and vitality are important for long life.

vitality
dayanma kuvveti
vitality
dirimsellik
vitality
dirimlilik
vitals
hayati organ

Leyla, Sami'nin hayati organlarını kontrol etti. - Layla checked Sami's vitals.

vitals
{i} birbirini tamamlayan unsurlar
Türkçe - Türkçe
Bitki
VİTAL
(Hukuk) Yaşamsal, yaşama ait, hayati
İngilizce - İngilizce
Invigorating or life-giving

The sun’s vital radiation.

Necessary to the continuation of life; being the seat of life; being that on which life depends

The brain is a vital organ.

Relating to, or characteristic of life
Important

It is vital that you don't forget to do your homework.

Relating to the recording of life events

Birth, marriage and death certificates are vital records.

Necessary to continued existence

The transition to farming was vital for the creation of civilisation.

{a} necessary or belonging to life, essential
manifesting or characteristic of life; "a vital, living organism"; "vital signs" performing an essential function in the living body; "vital organs"; "blood and other vital fluids"; "the loss of vital heat in shock"; "a vital spot"; "life-giving love and praise
urgently needed; absolutely necessary; "a critical element of the plan"; "critical medical supplies"; "vital for a healthy society"; "of vital interest"
manifesting or characteristic of life; "a vital, living organism"; "vital signs"
{s} lively, living, animated, vigorous; crucial, critical, necessary
Belonging or relating to life, either animal or vegetable; as, vital energies; vital functions; vital actions
If you describe someone or something as vital, you mean that they are very energetic and full of life. They are both very vital people and a good match = lively
Containing life; living
Virtually Integrated Technical Architecture Lifecycle A conceptual framework, designed by Apple, for designing, building and maintaining enterprise information systems
The Violent Crime Information Tracking and Linking System, a statewide database run by the Illinois State Police that includes some of the data in LEADS Designed to help solve crimes rather than to protect officers The database includes photos, maps, blueprints and other graphics Can be searched for particular words or phrases, as well as for individuals
Of vitality; without discipline; purposeful, rational, innocent Compare Emotional
Very necessary; highly important; essential
Being the seat of life; being that on which life depends; mortal
Capable of living; in a state to live; viable
performing an essential function in the living body; "vital organs"; "blood and other vital fluids"; "the loss of vital heat in shock"; "a vital spot"; "life-giving love and praise
full of spirit; "a dynamic full of life woman"; "a vital and charismatic leader"; "this whole lively world"
Contributing to life; necessary to, or supporting, life; as, vital blood
If you say that something is vital, you mean that it is necessary or very important. The port is vital to supply relief to millions of drought victims Nick Wileman is a school caretaker so it is vital that he gets on well with young people After her release she was able to give vital information about her kidnapper. = crucial + vitally vi·tal·ly Lesley's career in the church is vitally important to her
A vital part; one of the vitals
Being seat or source of life-Necessary for life-Necessary to the existence, continuance or well being of something
vital air
oxygen
vital function
Any function of the body that is essential for maintaining life, especially breathing and circulation
vital organ
An organ of the body which performs a sufficiently important function that damage to the organ can cause death
vital organs
plural form of vital organ
vital signs
A set of measurements of a patients condition taken regularly to assess the state of bodily functions: - temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration
vital statistic
A single important number derived from public health data or personal measurements

Except for the fact that the matter of which he was now a vital statistic was simply unbearable to him. His death would come as a shock to him.

vital statistics
The size of a woman's bust, waist and hips, normally measured in inches
vital statistics
plural form of vital statistic
vital statistics
Statistics of births, marriages and deaths
vital statistics
A concise piece of trivia on a subject, sometimes in table format
vital area
essential region, necessary area
vital capacity
The amount of air that can be forcibly expelled from the lungs after breathing in as deeply as possible
vital capacity
the maximum amount of air that can be exhaled after a maximum inhalation (usually tested with a spirometer); used to determine the condition of lung tissue
vital force
force of life, life force
vital importance
of great significance
vital information
essential information, information without which it is difficult to take action
vital needs
requirements for survival
vital organ
a bodily organ that is essential for life
vital organ
a part of your body that is necessary to keep you alive, for example your heart and lungs
vital organ
essential organ
vital organs
essential body parts
vital personality
active personality, active character
vital principle
source of life, life force
vital principle
a hypothetical force to which the functions and qualities peculiar to living things are sometimes ascribed
vital records
{i} records of marriage and birth and death, marriage and birth and death certificates which a government authority keeps
vital sign
sign of life; usually an indicator of a person's general physical condition; "he was still alive but his vital signs were weak
vital signs
Respiration, heart rate and body temperature
vital signs
The vital signs of a seriously ill person are the things such as their blood pressure and temperature which show that they are alive. The pulse rate, temperature, and respiratory rate of an individual
vital signs
Measurements taken by medical staff while monitoring a patient These include such things as heart rate, respiratory rate, and temperature
vital signs
 Measurement of the heart rate, body temperature and breathing rate
vital signs
The pulse rate, rate of respiration and body temperature
vital signs
-Your temperature, pulse (heartbeat), and blood pressure These are measured often before, during, and after surgery to see how your body is working
vital spark
spark of life
vital statistics
The vital statistics of a population are statistics such as the number of births, deaths, or marriages which take place in it
vital statistics
Specific information and records pertaining to marriage, births, deaths, health and demography
vital statistics
*: Statistics concerning the important events in human life such as the number of births, deaths, marriages, migrations, etc within a population
vital statistics
Someone's vital statistics, especially a woman's, are the measurements of their body at certain points, for example at their chest, waist, and hips. Statistics concerning the important events in human life, such as births, deaths, marriages, and migrations
vital statistics
Systematically tabulated information about births, marriages, divorces, and deaths, based on registration of these vital events
vital statistics
data relating to births and deaths and health and diseases and marriages
vital statistics
Public records of births, marriages, deaths, and disease, kept by a state, city, or other government subdivision under a statutory provision [SAA]
vitality
The capacity to live and develop
vitality
That which distinguishes living from nonliving things; life, animateness
vitals
Those organs of the body that are essential for life
vitals
vital signs
élan vital
The life force or vital principle posited in the philosophy of Henri Bergson; any mysterious or creative vital principle

Electricity! the force of the future—for everything, you know, including the élan vital itself, will soon be proven electrical in nature.

vitality
the state or quality of being necessary to existence or continuance
vitality
{i} vigor, power to live, energy, liveliness
vitality
{n} the power or act or subsisting in life
vitally
{a} in a manner to give life, essentially
vitals
{n} parts essential to life, essence
it is vital
it is crucial, it is critical, it is essential, it is necessary
obtain vital information
get essential information
vitality
a healthy capacity for vigorous activity; "jogging works off my excess energy"; "he seemed full of vim and vigor"
vitality
If you say that someone or something has vitality, you mean that they have great energy and liveliness. Without continued learning, graduates will lose their intellectual vitality = vigour
vitality
Quintessential characteristics of extrovert nature such as purpose, control, sense, passion and enthusiasm, which are associated with spirit; pureness Compare Emotionality
vitality
(biology) a hypothetical force (not physical or chemical) once thought by Henri Bergson to cause the evolution and development of organisms
vitality
Energy or vigour
vitality
That which distinguishes living from nonliving things
vitality
Health of a publication, changes in circulation, involvement by reader, editorial quality – is it vital?
vitality
jívitindriya; s indriya, khandha (corporeality, mental formations), Tab II
vitality
The quality or state of being vital; the principle of life; vital force; animation; as, the vitality of eggs or vegetable seeds; the vitality of an enterprise
vitality
The liveliness and energy of a place or area reflected in the level and variety of activities taking place
vitality
the strength to live; a basic requirement for successful leaders who, through personal energy and stamina, breathe life into their visions and followers See energy and stamina
vitality
an energetic style
vitality
Ability of an organism to go on living
vitality
the property of being able to survive and grow; "the vitality of a seed"
vitally
to a vital degree; "this is vitally important"
vitally
critically, urgently, essentially; vigorously, animatedly, spiritedly
vitally
In a vital manner
vitally
to an extent that is vital; indispensably
vitally
in a manner that imparts vitality
vitally
to a vital degree; "this is vitally important
vitally
in a very important or necessary way
vitals
The part essential to the life or health of anything; as, the vitals of a state
vitals
{i} vital or essential organs (heart, lungs, liver and brain)
vitals
Those parts of a system without which it cannot function
vitals
the parts of your body that are necessary to keep you alive, for example your heart and lungs
vitals
Fig
vitals
Organs that are necessary for life; more especially, the heart, lungs, and brain
vitals
a bodily organ that is essential for life
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) vital
vital