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Affekt m
im Affekt handeln
emotion, affect
to act in the heat of the moment
Affekt m psych.
aktueller Affekt
habitueller Affekt
im Affekt handeln
affect
state affect
trait affect
to act in the heat of the moment
Mord m (an jdm.)
Morde pl
vorsätzlicher Mord
Ritualmord m
Mord im Affekt
Totschlag m
Die Kripo ermittelt wegen Mordes.
Die Sonne bringt es ans Licht.
Der Verkehr heute früh war mörderisch die Hölle.
Samstags einkaufen zu gehen ist der (blanke) Horror.
Weiche Betten sind Gift für meinen Rücken.
Sie lässt den Kindern alles durchgehen.
Meine Tochter würde lauthals protestieren wenn man versucht sie zu Bett zu bringen.
Die Opposition wird wegen der neuen Regelungen Zeter und Mordio schreien.
murder (of sb.)
murders
premeditated murder; first degree murder Am.
ritual murder
murder of passion; second degree murder Am.
manslaughter; third degree murder Am.
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry investigation.
Murder will out.
The traffic was murder this morning.
It's murder doing the shopping on Saturdays.
Soft beds are murder on my back.
She lets those children get away with murder.
My daughter would scream cry blue bloody Am. murder if you tried to put her to bed.
The opposition will scream blue bloody Am. murder about over the new regulations.
Mord m (an jdm.) (Straftatbestand) jur.
Morde pl
vorsätzlicher Mord; vorsätzliche Tötung Dt.
Ritualmord m
Vertuschungsmord m; Verdeckungsmord m Dt.
Mord im Affekt
Judenmord m
Totschlag m
Die Kripo ermittelt wegen Mordes.
Die Sonne bringt es ans Licht.
Der Verkehr heute früh war mörderisch die Hölle.
Samstags einkaufen zu gehen ist der (blanke) Horror.
Weiche Betten sind Gift für meinen Rücken.
Sie lässt den Kindern alles durchgehen.
Meine Tochter würde lauthals protestieren, wenn man versucht, sie zu Bett zu bringen.
Die Opposition wird wegen der neuen Regelungen Zeter und Mordio schreien.
murder (of sb.) (criminal offence)
murders
premeditated murder; first degree murder Am.
ritual murder
cover-up murder
murder of passion; second degree murder Am.
murder of Jews
manslaughter; third degree murder Am.
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry investigation.
Murder will out.
The traffic was murder this morning.
It's murder doing the shopping on Saturdays.
Soft beds are murder on my back.
She lets those children get away with murder.
My daughter would scream cry blue bloody Am. murder if you tried to put her to bed.
The opposition will scream blue bloody Am. murder about over the new regulations.

Deutsche Affekt Synonyme

affekt  
Affekt  Gefühlsausbruch  Gemütsbewegung  
Affekt  Emotion  Empfindung  Gefühl  Gefühlsbewegung  Gefühlsregung  Gespür  Regung  Stimmungslage  
Affekt  Emotion  Empfindung  Gefühl  Gefühlsbewegung  Gefühlsregung  Gespür  Regung  Stimmungslage  
Affekt  Gefühlsausbruch  Gemütsbewegung  
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Englische emotion affect Synonyme

emotion  a high  affect  affection  affectivity  arousal  attitude  emotional charge  emotional shade  emotivity  excitability  excitedness  excitement  exhilaration  experience  feeling  feeling tone  foreboding  gut reaction  heartthrob  impression  manic state  mental attitude  opinion  passion  position  posture  presentiment  profound sense  psychology  reaction  response  responsiveness  sensation  sense  sensibility  sensitiveness  sensitivity  sentiment  stance  stimulation  susceptibilities  undercurrent  way of thinking  
emotional  affecting  affectional  affective  agitable  agitated  ardent  characteristic  constitutional  demonstrative  dispositional  edgy  emote  emotiometabolic  emotiomotor  emotionable  emotionalize  emotionally unstable  emotiovascular  emotive  enthusiastic  eruptive  excitable  excited  explosive  feeling  fervent  fervid  frantic  glandular  gut  heartfelt  heated  high-mettled  high-spirited  high-strung  highly emotional  hotheaded  hysterical  impassioned  inflammable  innate  intellectual  irascible  irrational  irritable  mental  mettlesome  moving  nervous  of soul  overdemonstrative  passionate  perturbable  poignant  prickly  ranting  responsive  rhapsodic  rhapsodical  sensitive  sentient  sentimental  skittish  softhearted  soulful  spiritual  startlish  stirring  susceptible  susceptive  sympathetic  temperamental  tender  tense  touching  touchy  visceral  volatile  volcanic  warm  wild  zealous  
emotionalism  abstraction  abulia  agitability  alienation  anxiety  anxiety equivalent  anxiety state  apathy  blood and thunder  catatonic stupor  combustibility  compulsion  dejection  demonstrativeness  depression  detachment  edginess  elation  emotional appeal  emotional instability  emotionality  emotionalization  emotionalizing  emotiveness  emotivity  eruptiveness  euphoria  excitability  excitableness  explosiveness  folie du doute  histrionics  human interest  hypochondria  hysteria  hysterics  indifference  inflammability  insensibility  irascibility  irritability  latent violence  lethargy  love interest  making scenes  mania  melancholia  melodrama  melodramatics  mental distress  nervousness  nonrationalness  obsession  pathological indecisiveness  perturbability  preoccupation  prickliness  psychalgia  psychomotor disturbance  sensationalism  sensitivity  skittishness  startlishness  stupor  tempestuousness  theatricality  theatrics  tic  touchiness  twitching  unreasoningness  unresponsiveness  violence  visceralness  withdrawal  yellow journalism  
emotionalize  act  act as foil  appear  barnstorm  be theatrical  come out  emote  get top billing  gush  ham it up  make a scene  mime  pantomime  patter  perform  play  play the lead  playact  register  sentimentalize  sketch  slobber over  slop over  star  steal the show  stooge  theatricalize  tread the boards  troupe  upstage  
emotionless  chill  cold  cold-blooded  cool  dispassionate  distant  frigid  glacial  heartless  icy  immovable  impassive  impersonal  indifferent  matter-of-fact  nonemotional  remote  reserved  undemonstrative  unemotional  unfeeling  unimpassioned  

Affekt Definition

Affect
(v. t.) To act upon
Affect
(v. t.) To influence or move, as the feelings or passions
Affect
(v. t.) To love
Affect
(v. t.) To show a fondness for
Affect
(v. t.) To dispose or incline.
Affect
(v. t.) To aim at
Affect
(v. t.) To tend to by affinity or disposition.
Affect
(v. t.) To make a show of
Affect
(v. t.) To assign
Affect
(n.) Affection
Emotion
(n.) A moving of the mind or soul
Heat
(n.) A force in nature which is recognized in various effects, but especially in the phenomena of fusion and evaporation, and which, as manifested in fire, the sun's rays, mechanical action, chemical combination, etc., becomes directly known to us through the sense of feeling. In its nature heat is a mode if motion, being in general a form of molecular disturbance or vibration. It was formerly supposed to be a subtile, imponderable fluid, to which was given the name caloric.
Heat
(n.) The sensation caused by the force or influence of heat when excessive, or above that which is normal to the human body
Heat
(n.) High temperature, as distinguished from low temperature, or cold
Heat
(n.) Indication of high temperature
Heat
(n.) A single complete operation of heating, as at a forge or in a furnace
Heat
(n.) A violent action unintermitted
Heat
(n.) Utmost violence
Heat
(n.) Agitation of mind
Heat
(n.) Animation, as in discourse
Heat
(n.) Sexual excitement in animals.
Heat
(n.) Fermentation.
Heat
(v. t.) To make hot
Heat
(v. t.) To excite or make hot by action or emotion
Heat
(v. t.) To excite ardor in
Heat
(v. i.) To grow warm or hot by the action of fire or friction, etc., or the communication of heat
Heat
(v. i.) To grow warm or hot by fermentation, or the development of heat by chemical action
Heat
(imp. & p. p.) Heated
Moment
(n.) A minute portion of time
Moment
(n.) Impulsive power
Moment
(n.) Importance, as in influence or effect
Moment
(n.) An essential element
Moment
(n.) An infinitesimal change in a varying quantity
Moment
(n.) Tendency, or measure of tendency, to produce motion, esp. motion about a fixed point or axis.

emotion affect / to act in the heat of the moment Bedeutung

gas heat heating system that burns natural gas
heat engine any engine that makes use of heat to do work
heat exchanger device that transfers heat from one liquid to another without allowing them to mix
heating system
heating plant
heating
heat
utility to warm a building, the heating system wasn't working, they have radiant heating
heat lamp
infrared lamp
electric heater consisting of a high-power incandescent lamp that emits infrared radiation, the bathroom could be warmed by an infrared lamp
heat pump apparatus that extracts heat from a liquid that is at a higher temperature than its surroundings, can be used to transfer heat from a reservoir outside in order to heat a building
heat-seeking missile a missile with a guidance system that directs it toward targets emitting infrared radiation (as the emissions of a jet engine)
heat shield a protective covering that protects a spacecraft from overheating on reentry
heat sink a metal conductor specially designed to conduct (and radiate) heat
steam heat
steam heating
a heating system in which steam is generated in boilers and piped to radiators
heat warmth passion the trait of being intensely emotional
heat content
total heat
enthalpy
H
(thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity equal to the internal energy of a system plus the product of its volume and pressure, enthalpy is the amount of energy in a system capable of doing mechanical work
body temperature
blood heat
temperature of the body, normally . F or C in humans, usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health
hotness
heat high temperature
the presence of heat
fieriness
red heat
the heat or the color of fire
white heat the hotness of something heated until it turns white
thermal barrier
heat barrier
a limit to high speed flight imposed by aerodynamic heating
consequence
import
moment
having important effects or influence, decisions of great consequence are made by the president himself, virtue is of more moment than security, that result is of no consequence
senior moment a momentary lapse of memory (especially in older people)
heat
warmth
the sensation caused by heat energy
conditioned emotional response
CER
conditioned emotion
an emotional response that has been acquired by conditioning
moment the n-th moment of a distribution is the expected value of the n-th power of the deviations from a fixed value
arithmetic mean
first moment
expectation expected value
the sum of the values of a random variable divided by the number of values
second moment the expected value of the square of the deviations of a random variable from the point of origin
product-moment correlation coefficient
Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient
the most commonly used method of computing a correlation coefficient between variables that are linearly related
kinetic theory of heat a theory that the temperature of a body increases when kinetic energy increases
dead heat a tie in a race
heat flash a flash of intense heat (as released by an atomic explosion)
heat lightning bright flashes of light near the horizon without thunder (especially on hot evenings), usually attributed to distant lightning that is reflected by clouds
heat a preliminary race in which the winner advances to a more important race
affect the conscious subjective aspect of feeling or emotion
emotion any strong feeling
heat
heat energy
a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature
moment of inertia the tendency of a body to resist angular acceleration
heat of dissociation the heat required for a fluid substance to break up into simpler constituents
heat of formation the heat evolved or absorbed during the formation of one mole of a substance from its component elements
heat of solution the heat evolved or absorbed when one mole of a substance is dissolved in a large volume of a solvent
latent heat
heat of transformation
heat absorbed or radiated during a change of phase at a constant temperature and pressure
heat of condensation heat liberated by a unit mass of gas at its boiling point as it condenses into a liquid, the heat of condensation is equal to the heat of vaporization
heat of fusion heat absorbed by a unit mass of a solid at its melting point in order to convert the solid into a liquid at the same temperature, the heat of fusion is equal to the heat of solidification
heat of solidification heat liberated by a unit mass of liquid at its freezing point when it solidifies
heat of sublimation heat absorbed by a unit mass of material when it changes from a solid to a gaseous state
heat of vaporization
heat of vaporisation
heat absorbed by a unit mass of a material at its boiling point in order to convert the material into a gas at the same temperature
specific heat the heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of a substance one degree centigrade
heat ray a ray that produces a thermal effect
heat wave a wave of unusually hot weather
moment a turning force produced by an object acting at a distance (or a measure of that force)
moment of a couple given two equal and opposite forces, the product of the force and the distance between them
dipole moment the moment of a dipole
electric dipole moment the dipole moment in an electric dipole
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Der Affekt ist eine Gemütserregung . Sie hat eine Ausdrucksdimension, eine körperliche Dimension und eine motivationale Dimension. Ein Lächeln kann beispielsweise ein Ausdruck für den Affekt Sympathie sein, Erröten im körperlichen Bereich ist bezeichnend für den Affekt Scham. Die Bereitschaft, mit der Faust auf den Tisch zu hauen, ist eine charakteristische Motivation aus dem Affekt Zorn heraus.

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