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Turkish translation of “paralysis”

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paralysis

noun [U]
 
 
/pəˈræləsɪs/
UNABLE TO MOVE being unable to move all or part of your body because of injury or illness
felç, inme
muscular paralysisHandicap and the disabledDisorders of muscles and the nervous system
NO ACTION not being able to take action
hareket edememe, felce uğrama
political paralysisAvoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
Translations of “paralysis”
in Korean 마비…
in Arabic شَلَل…
in French paralysie…
in Italian paralisi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麻痺,癱瘓, 不知所措, (行動)癱瘓,停頓…
in Russian паралич, бессилие, беспомощность…
in Polish paraliż, porażenie…
in Spanish parálisis…
in Portuguese paralisia…
in German die Lähmung…
in Catalan paràlisi…
in Japanese 麻痺状態…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麻痹,瘫痪, 不知所措, (行动)瘫痪,停顿…
(Definition of paralysis from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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