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Translation of "impulse" - English-Turkish dictionary

impulse

noun     /ˈɪmpʌls/
FEELING [C]
a sudden feeling that you must do something, without thinking about the results dürtü, şevk, düşünmeden yapılan ani hareket [usually singular] Her first impulse was to run away.Motives and reasonsFeelings of desire
on impulse
suddenly and without thinking first aniden, düşünmeden, bir anda karar vererek I tend to act on impulse.Motives and reasons
SIGNAL [C]
a short signal that carries information through a system, for example an electrical system or the nerves in your body itici güç/dürtü, sinyal Electricity and electronicsCommunications technology - general words
(Definition of impulse from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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