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resistance

noun [U, no plural]
 
 
/rɪˈzɪstəns/
DISAGREE when people disagree with a change, idea, etc and refuse to accept it
karşı koyma, muhalefet, direnç, direnme
resistance to political changeArguments and disagreements
FIGHT when someone fights against someone who is attacking them
karşı koyma, mücadele etme, direnç gösterme, dayanma
She didn't put up much resistance (= fight).Responding to an attack
ILLNESS the ability of your body to not be affected by illnesses
vücut direnci, hastalıklara karşı koyma
Cold weather may lower the body's resistance to infection.Immunology and vaccination
Translations of “resistance”
in Korean 저항…
in Arabic مُقاوَمة, اِمْتِناع…
in Portuguese resistência…
in Catalan resistència…
in Japanese 反対, 抵抗…
in Italian resistenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抵抗, 反抗, 反對…
in Russian сопротивление, сопротивляемость…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抵抗, 反抗, 反对…
in Polish opór, odporność…
(Definition of resistance from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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