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Türkçe kelime anlamı Savunmasız olan Vulnerable kelimesinin kullanıldığı toplam 23 adet cümle bulundu. Vulnerable ile ilgili cümleleri ve bu örnek cümlelerin türkçe anlamlarını altında bulabilirsiniz.

Vulnerable kelimesiyle ilgili örnek Cümleler

Children are so vulnerable.
Çocuklar çok kolay incinir.

We're too vulnerable.
Biz çok hassasız.

I feel vulnerable.
Savunmasız hissediyorum.

Tom is still vulnerable.
Tom hâlâ savunmasız.

Tom looks vulnerable.
Tom savunmasız görünüyor.

Tom felt vulnerable.
Tom savunmasız hissetti.

Tom is vulnerable.
Tom savunmasız.

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Children, the elderly, and the poor are most vulnerable to a range of climate-related health effects, including those related to heat stress, air pollution, extreme weather events, and diseases carried by food, water, and insects.

Climate change will, absent other changes, amplify some of the existing health threats the Nation now faces. Certain people and communities are especially vulnerable, including children, the elderly, the sick, the poor, and some communities of color.

Mary felt vulnerable.

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Mr Smith is vulnerable to this kind of criticism.

People were shocked when the Serbs shot down an American F-117 in 1999. Indeed, all American military aircrafts are vulnerable including stealth aircrafts like the F-117.

The balance of nature is very vulnerable.

The Midwestâ??s agricultural lands, forests, Great Lakes, industrial activities, and cities are all vulnerable to climate variability and climate change.

The talented young chess player is very bold. He deliberately lays himself open to attack, makes himself vulnerable and then checkmates his opponent when least expected.

There are five recognised species of kiwi, all of which are vulnerable or endangered to some degree.

They were vulnerable.

UNESCOâ??s Language Vitality and Endangerment framework has established in 2010 six degrees of vitality: safe, vulnerable, definitely endangered, severely endangered, critically endangered and extinct.

We are never as vulnerable as when we love.

We're all vulnerable.

We're still vulnerable.

You're still vulnerable.