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Turkish translation of “impulse”

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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
Translations of “impulse”
in Korean 충동…
in Arabic نَزْوة, رَغْبة مُفاجئة…
in French impulsion…
in Italian impulso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 欲望, 衝動,突然的強烈欲望…
in Russian побуждение, порыв, импульс…
in Polish impuls, ochota…
in Spanish impulso…
in Portuguese impulso…
in German die Eingebung, der Impuls…
in Catalan impuls…
in Japanese 衝動…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欲望, 冲动,突然的强烈欲望…
(Definition of impulse from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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