oak

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İngilizce - Türkçe

oak teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

meşe
meşe ağacı
meşe odunu
{i} ana kapı
mesen
meşelik
oak apple
yaş mazı
oak barren
meşelik
oak gall
mazı
oak ball
meşe topu
oak cone
meşe koni
oak hawk moth
meşe kene
oak park
meşe park
oak timber
meşe kerestesi
oak tree
meşe ağacı Harun'un, laleleri meşe ağacının yanına dikeceğini sanıyordum. - I thought Harun would plant the tulips near the oak tree.
common oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) saplı meşe
english oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) saplı meşe
holly oak
pırnal
holm oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) pırnal meşesi
kermes oak
kırmız meşesi
poison oak
bir tür zehirli sumak
turkey oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) saçlı meşe
turkey oak
saçlımeşe
white oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) akmeşe
Turkish oak
palamut meşesi
black oak
kara meşe
cork oak
mantar meşesi
cork oak
sezü
dwarf oak
bodur meşe
gall oak
mazı meşesi
holm oak
pırnal
holm oak
pırnar
jerusalem oak
kudüs meşesi
sand oak
kum meşesi
valonia oak
pelit ağacı
water oak
su meşesi
kermess oak
kirmizmesesi
shumard oak
shumard meşe
turkey oak
meşe palamutu
usually a 60-gallon oak barrel
genellikle 60-galon meşe
Turkey oak
bot. saçlımeşe, anadolumeşesi
barren oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karameşe
beech and oak
kayın ve meşe
black oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karameşe
british oak
bodurmeşe
british oak
kaya meşesi
bronze oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) BRONZ MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Bak. "oak leaf cluster" ve "silver oak leaf cluster"
bronze oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) bronz meşe dalı rozeti
chinese oak silk
(Tekstil) tusah ipeği
cyprus oak
(Çevre) mazı meşesi
dyer's oak
mazı meşesi
east indian oak
sac ağacı
english oak
kaya meşesi
evergreen oak
pırnal
fumed oak
(Marangozluk) koyu renk meşe
heart of oak
aslan yüreklilik
hearts of oak
meşeden yapılmış eski savaş gemileri (İng.)
holy oak
pırnal
jerusalem oak
nezle otu
jerusalem oak
(isim)zle otu
kellogg’s oak
(Marangozluk) kaliforniya meşesi
kellogg’s oak
(Marangozluk) kayalık meşesi
kermes oak
kırmızmeşesi
miniature oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) MİNYATÜR MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Küçük bir meşe dalı şeklindeki nişan. Fevkalade bir hizmet veya başarı gösterenlere, tekrar aynı hakkı kazanmaları halinde, bir nişan verilir
pieces of oak
meşe odunu
poison oak
bot. bir tür zehirli sumak
red oak
bodur meşe
russian oak
kaya meşesi
sessile oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sapsız meşe
silver oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) gümüş meşe dalı rozeti
silver oak leaf cluster
(Askeri) GÜMÜŞ MEŞE DALI ROZETİ: Her beş adet bronz meşe dalı rozeti yerine takılan alamet
spanish oak
bodur meşe
swamp oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tüylü meşe
swamp oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bataklık meşesi
valonia oak
bot. palamutmeşesi
valonia oak
valonya meşesi
valonia oak
palamut ağacı [(Botanik) ]
valonia oak
(fiil)lonya meşesi, palamut ağacı [bot.]
Türkçe - Türkçe

oak teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

oaks
üç yaşlı tayların katıldığı ve her sene Epsom'da yapılan önemli koşu
İngilizce - İngilizce

oak teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

The wood of the oak
of a rich brown colour, like that of oak wood
Made from the wood of the oak tree
A rich brown colour, like that of oak wood oak colour:.
An oak tree
{n} the name of a tree or its wood
a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
The strong wood or timber of the oak
The wood is usually hard and tough, and provided with conspicuous medullary rays, forming the silver grain
There are now recognized about three hundred species, of which nearly fifty occur in the United States, the rest in Europe, Asia, and the other parts of North America, a very few barely reaching the northern parts of South America and Africa
{i} any of various deciduous or evergreen trees having lobed leaves and bearing acorns; hard wood from the oak tree; brown color resembling the color of oak wood
A tree of the genus Quercus, bearing acorns and having lobed leaves
the hard durable wood of any oak; used especially for furniture and flooring
The oaks have alternate leaves, often variously lobed, and staminate flowers in catkins
Any tree or shrub of the genus Quercus
The fruit is a smooth nut, called an acorn, which is more or less inclosed in a scaly involucre called the cup or cupule
Many of the oaks form forest trees of grand proportions and live many centuries
A type of wood used for building wine and spirits barrels that imparts flavor, character and age-enhancement to the alcohol at hand American oak generally lends an assertive Bourbon-like flavor while French oak tends to give off a more subtle and spicy taste
(Quercas) A fagaceous tree or shrub of this genus bearing the acorn as fruit Banister's catalog [18th century] had ten American oaks Bartram, 1753, sent a quantity of different oaks to clients; and his list of available oaks offered fifteen: white, black, red, Spanish, dwarf, willow-leaved, water, barren black, live, chestnut, willow oak with broad leaves, dwarf chinquapin, dwarf white, scarlet oak of Florida, gall-bearing and a few "dwarf oaks with unidentifiable names " [Leighton, 460
The host system that provides E-mail and internet access to all Ohio University students and employees The name is not an acronym; the previous, small, prototype system was called ACORN
The most popular wood for constructing barrels Oak imparts flavors and tannin to wines during the barrel aging process
An oak or an oak tree is a large tree that often grows in woods and forests and has strong, hard wood. Many large oaks were felled during the war. forests of beech, chestnut, and oak. Oak is the wood of this tree. The cabinet was made of oak. a large tree that is common in northern countries, or the hard wood of this tree. Any of about 450 species of ornamental and timber trees and shrubs that make up the genus Quercus in the beech family, found throughout temperate climates. Oaks are deciduous trees that bear spring catkins (male flowers) and spikes (female flowers) on the same tree. The leaves have lobed, toothed, or smooth margins. The fruit is the acorn. They are hardy and long-lived shade trees. White oaks have smooth leaves and rapidly germinating sweet acorns; red, or black, oaks have bristle-tipped leaves and bitter, hairy acorns. Red-and white-oak lumber is used in construction, flooring, furniture, millwork, barrel making, and the production of crossties, structural timbers, and mine props. The genus includes many ornamentals and natural hybrids. live oak poison oak Seven Oaks Massacre
The most popular wood for constructing barrels Oak imparts flavors and tannin to wines during the barrel aging process; home winemakers can also accomplish this by using oak chips or powder
a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns" the hard durable wood of any oak; used especially for furniture and flooring
The aroma derived directly from oak barrel aging and usually described as vanilla-like
Like acacia and fern, this tree contains many calories that may be used to feed one of the Philosophers’ fires
A type of hardwood commonly used for building wine barrels American oak has a distinctive, bourbon-like flavor but French oak flavor is more subtle Both types of oak barrels contribute considerable tannin and vanillin (vanilla) flavors to wines during aging
Wood used for barrels Oaky refers to the flavours that using oak imparts to wine Oak barrels can also give a vanilla flavour to wine
The oak we use for the construction of the items will be in a finished state We have no control over the exact species of the oak we get from the lumber mills and yards If there is a particular species of oak you want a item made of, write to us We will let you know of the availability of the material and if there is any additional cost
Quercus
Hospitality; bravery
Oak was generally used for cremations because it burned at a higher temperature than other woods See Plants
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oak apple
oak gall
oak gall
A gall produced by an oak by a wasp larva
oak tag
A flexible material akin to thick paper
oak tag
A rectangular sheet of this material
oak tree
A tree of the genus Quercus, bearing acorns and having lobed leaves
oak trees
plural form of oak tree
oak-leaved
Used in the names of various plants the leaves of which resemble those of the oak
oak-tag
A rectangular sheet of this material
oak-tag
A flexible material akin to thick paper
Oak Lawn
A village of northeast Illinois, a residential suburb of Chicago with some light industry. Population: 56,182
Oak Park
A village of northeast Illinois, a residential suburb of Chicago. Ernest Hemingway was born here. Population: 53,648
oak apple
oak gall caused by larvae of a cynipid wasp
oak apple
An insect gall on oak trees, caused by certain wasp larvae
oak blight
a black plant louse that lives on oaks and dogwoods
oak chestnut
a tree of the genus Castanopsis
oak fern
bright blue-green fern widely distributed especially in damp acid woodlands of temperate northern hemisphere
oak leaf cluster
a United States military decoration consisting of bronze or silver oak leaves and acorns awarded to anyone who has won a given medal before
oak leaf cluster
A decoration of bronze or silver oak leaves and acorns given to holders of various U.S. military medals in recognition of acts entitling them to another award of the same medal
oak tree
The area in the center of the court which the average player can reach while standing with one foot on the T
oak tree
a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
oak wilt
A disease of oak trees caused by the fungus Chalara quercina and often resulting in wilting and dropping of leaves
oak-leaved goosefoot
annual European plant with spikes of greenish flowers and leaves that are white-hairy beneath; common as a weed in North America
Emory oak
Quercus emoryi, an oak common in Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas, typically growing in dry hills at moderate altitudes and retaining its leaves through the winter
chestnut oak
A species of oak tree native to the eastern USA, with taxonomic name Quercus prinus
cork oak
A type of evergreen oak tree, Quercus suber, native to southeast Europe and northwest Africa
fumed oak
oak that has been exposed to ammonia fumes to darken its color against the lower half of a fumed-oak newel post. from Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow (1973).
holly oak
holm oak
holm oak
An evergreen tree, Quercus ilex, native to the Mediterranean region
kermes oak
An oak, Quercus coccifera, native to the western Mediterranean region and growing 1-6 meters tall
post oak bluff
A type of bluff in no limit poker, where an individual bets a small amount to suggest that she has a strong hand and would like to be called
post oak bluffs
plural form of post oak bluff
scrub oak
the popular name of several dwarfish species of oak in the United States
sessile oak
A large, deciduous tree, Quercus petraea
water oak
A type of hard oak tree, Quercus nigra, of the southern US I recall a catbird high in the water oak above, swinging like a rag amid the branches, jabbering and screeching .
scarlet oak
{n} a tree, a species of the oak
pin oak
A deciduous tree (Quercus palustris) of eastern North America, having horizontal or drooping branches, sharply lobed leaves, and small acorns with a saucer-shaped cup
Oaks
a horse race for fillies (=young female horses) held every year at Epsom in the UK, one of the most important events in British flat racing (=racing on level ground, not jumping over fences)
Oaks
{i} horse race for three year old fillies (Equestrian)
Royal Oak
A city of southeast Michigan, a residential suburb of Detroit. Population: 65,410
american turkey oak
small slow-growing deciduous shrubby tree of dry sandy barrens of southeastern United States having leaves with bristle-tipped lobes resembling turkey's toes
american white oak
large slow-growing deciduous tree of the eastern United States having stout spreading branches and leaves with usually 7 rounded lobes; yields strong and durable hard wood
arizona white oak
semi-evergreen shrub or small tree of Arizona and New Mexico having acorns with hemispherical cups
basket oak
medium to large deciduous tree of the eastern United States; its durable wood is used as timber or split and woven into baskets or chair seats
bear oak
shrubby oak of southeastern United States usually forming dense thickets
black oak
medium to large deciduous timber tree of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada having dark outer bark and yellow inner bark used for tanning; broad 5-lobed leaves are bristle-tipped
black oak
A deciduous North American tree (Quercus velutina) having divided leaves with pointed lobes, a blackish outer bark, a yellowish inner bark, and durable wood
blackjack oak
a common scrubby deciduous tree of central and southeastern United States having dark bark and broad 3-lobed (club-shaped) leaves; tends to form dense thickets
blackjack oak
A deciduous oak tree (Quercus marilandica) native mostly to the southeastern United States and having blackish bark and leaves with three shallow lobes at the widened apex
bluejack oak
small semi-evergreen shrubby tree of southeastern United States having hairy young branchlets and leaves narrowing to a slender bristly point
bur oak
n. An oak tree (Quercus macrocarpa) of eastern North America, having pinnately lobed leaves, acorns enclosed within a deep fringed cup, and hard durable wood
bur oak
medium to large deciduous oak of central and eastern North America with ovoid acorns deeply immersed in large fringed cups; yields tough close-grained wood
california black oak
large deciduous tree of the Pacific coast having deeply parted bristle-tipped leaves
california white oak
tall graceful deciduous California oak having leathery leaves and slender pointed acorns
canyon oak
medium-sized evergreen of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico with oblong leathery often spiny-edged leaves
chestnut oak
Either of two eastern North American deciduous oak trees (Quercus prinus and Q. muehlenbergii) having leaves that resemble those of the American chestnut
chestnut oak
an oak having leaves resembling those of chestnut trees
chinese cork oak
medium to large deciduous tree of China, Japan, and Korea having thick corky bark
chinquapin oak
medium-sized deciduous tree of the eastern United States that yields a strong durable wood
chinquapin oak
A deciduous oak shrub (Quercus prinoides) of the eastern and central United States, having toothed leaves that resemble those of the chinquapin
coast live oak
highly variable often shrubby evergreen oak of coastal zone of western North America having small thick usually spiny-toothed dark-green leaves
common oak
medium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobes; yields hard strong light-colored wood
common oak
type of tree
cork oak
A Mediterranean evergreen oak tree (Quercus suber) having thick bark that is periodically stripped, yielding commercial cork. Also called cork tree
cork oak
type of tree whose bark is used in preparing objects made of cork (common in Mediterranean countries)
cork oak
medium-sized evergreen oak of southern Europe and northern Africa having thick corky bark that is periodically stripped to yield commercial cork
dwarf chinkapin oak
deciduous shrubby tree of northeastern and central United States having a sweet edible nut and often forming dense thickets
eastern poison oak
poisonous shrub of southeastern United States causing a rash on contact
european turkey oak
large deciduous tree of central and southern Europe and Asia Minor having oblong-lanceolate leaves with spiked lobes
fumed oak
oak given a weathered appearance by exposure to fumes of ammonia; used for cabinetwork
fumed oak
Oak given a weathered appearance by exposure in an air-tight compartment to fumes of ammonia from uncorked cans, being first given a coat of filler
holm oak
evergreen oak of southern Europe having leaves somewhat resembling those of holly; yields a hard wood hard wood of the holm oak tree
holm oak
evergreen oak of southern Europe having leaves somewhat resembling those of holly; yields a hard wood
holm oak
A Mediterranean evergreen tree (Quercus ilex) having entire or toothed leaves with a dark green upper surface and a yellowish or white lower surface. Also called holly oak
holm oak
hard wood of the holm oak tree
huckleberry oak
a low spreading or prostrate shrub of southwestern United States with small acorns and leaves resembling those of the huckleberry
interior live oak
medium-small shrubby evergreen tree of western North America similar to the coast live oak but occurring chiefly in foothills of mountain ranges removed from the coast; an important part of the chaparral
jack oak
small to medium deciduous oak of east central North America; leaves have sharply pointed lobes
japanese oak
small evergreen tree of China and Japan oak with moderately light fine-grained wood; Japan
jerusalem oak
Eurasian aromatic oak-leaved goosefoot with many yellow-green flowers; naturalized North America
laurel oak
shingle oak: small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having leaves that shine like laurel; wood is used in western states for shingles
laurel oak
large nearly semi-evergreen oak of southeastern United States; thrives in damp soil
live oak
{i} evergreen oak native of Mexico and southern United States; hard and long-lasting wood of this tree
live oak
any of several American evergreen oaks
live oak
Any of several American evergreen oaks, such as Quercus virginiana of Mexico and the southeast United States or Q. agrifolia of California. Also called encina. Any of several North American ornamental and timber trees in the red-oak group of the genus Quercus in the beech family. The southern live oak (Q. virginiana) is a massive (50 ft, or 15 m, tall), durable evergreen tree. The trunk divides near the ground into several limbs that extend horizontally as much as two to three times the height of the tree. The elliptical leaves are dark green and glossy above, whitish and hairy below. A valuable timber tree, the southern live oak is also planted as a shade and avenue tree in the southern U.S. The oldest trees are 200-300 years old
myrtle oak
small evergreen shrub or tree of southeastern United States; often forms almost impenetrable thickets in sandy coastal areas
northern red oak
large symmetrical deciduous tree with rounded crown widely distributed in eastern North America; has large leaves with triangular spiny tipped lobes and coarse-grained wood less durable than that of white oaks
nuttall oak
similar to the pin oak; grows in damp sites in Mississippi River basin
oaks
quercus
oaks
plural of oak
oregon white oak
small deciduous tree of western North America with crooked branches and pale gray bark
overcup oak
medium-large deciduous timber tree of central and southern United States; acorns deeply immersed in the cup and mature in first year
pedunculate oak
common oak: medium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobes; yields hard strong light-colored wood
pin oak
fast-growing medium to large pyramidal deciduous tree of northeastern United States and southeastern Canada having deeply pinnatifid leaves that turn bright red in autumn; thrives in damp soil
poison oak
climbing plant common in eastern and central United States with ternate leaves and greenish flowers followed by white berries; yields an irritating oil that causes a rash on contact
poison oak
dermatitis resulting from contact with a poison oak plant
poison oak
a North American plant with leaves similar to an oak tree's, that makes your skin hurt and itch if you touch it. Species of poison ivy (Toxicodendron diversilobum) native to western North America and classified in the sumac (or cashew) family. Like many other lobe-leafed plants commonly called oak, poison oak is not an oak tree (genus Quercus)
post oak
small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having dark green lyrate pinnatifid leaves and tough moisture-resistant wood used especially for fence posts
red oak
any of numerous American oaks having 4 stamens in each floret, acorns requiring two years to mature and leaf veins usually extending beyond the leaf margin to form points or bristles
red oak
n. Either of two eastern North American deciduous trees (Quercus rubra or Q. falcata) having deeply and acutely lobed leaves and a saucer-shaped cup enclosing the lower third of the nut
red-flowered silky oak
tall shrub with cylindrical racemes of red flowers and pinnatifid leaves silky-gray beneath; eastern Australia
scarlet oak
medium-large deciduous tree with a thick trunk found in the eastern United States and southern Canada and having close-grained wood and deeply 7-lobed leaves turning scarlet in autumn
scrub oak
Either of two thicket-forming shrubs or small trees, the deciduous Quercus ilcifolia of the eastern United States or the evergreen Q. dumosa of western regions
scrub oak
any of various chiefly American small shrubby oaks often a dominant form on thin dry soils sometimes forming dense thickets
she-oak
any of several Australian trees of the genus Casuarina
shingle oak
small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having leaves that shine like laurel; wood is used in western states for shingles
shumard oak
large deciduous red oak of southern and eastern United States having large 7- to 9-lobed elliptical leaves, large acorns and medium hard coarse-grained wood
silk oak
any of several Australian timber trees having usually fernlike foliage and mottled wood used in cabinetry and veneering
silk oak
An Australian evergreen tree (Grevillea robusta) having divided fernlike leaves and showy one-sided clusters of orange flowers
silky oak
medium to tall fast-growing tree with orange flowers and feathery bipinnate leaves silky-hairy beneath; eastern Australia
silver oak
small slender tree with usually entire gray-green pendulous leaves and white or cream flowers; northern Australia
southern live oak
medium-sized evergreen native to eastern North America to the east coast of Mexico; often cultivated as shade tree for it wide-spreading crown; extremely hard tough durable wood once used in shipbuilding
southern red oak
large round-topped deciduous tree with spreading branches having narrow falcate leaves with deeply sinuate lobes and wood similar to that of northern red oaks; New Jersey to Illinois and southward
spanish oak
small deciduous tree having the trunk branched almost from the base with spreading branches; Texas and southern Oklahoma
sport one's oak
make it appear that one is not at home by locking the outer door (from British student life)
swamp chestnut oak
medium to large deciduous tree of moist areas of southeastern United States similar to the basket oak
swamp oak
large flaky-barked deciduous oak of the eastern United States with leaves having fewer lobes than other white oaks; yields heavy strong wood used in construction; thrives in wet soil
swamp oak
Australian leafless shrub resembling broom and having small yellow flowers
swamp oak
fast-growing medium to large pyramidal deciduous tree of northeastern United States and southeastern Canada having deeply pinnatifid leaves that turn bright red in autumn; thrives in damp soil
swamp white oak
large flaky-barked deciduous oak of the eastern United States with leaves having fewer lobes than other white oaks; yields heavy strong wood used in construction; thrives in wet soil
tanbark oak
evergreen oak of the Pacific coast area having large leathery leaves; yields tanbark
water oak
Any of various oak trees that grow in wetlands, especially Quercus nigra, of eastern North America
water oak
relatively tall deciduous water oak of southeastern United States often cultivated as a shade tree; thrives in wet soil
western poison oak
poisonous shrub of the Pacific coast of North America that causes a rash on contact
white oak
any of numerous Old World and American oaks having 6 to 8 stamens in each floret, acorns that mature in one year and leaf veins that never extend beyond the margin of the leaf
willow oak
A deciduous timber tree (Quercus phellos) of the southern and central United States, having narrow, linear to oblong willowlike leaves
willow oak
medium to large deciduous oak of the eastern United States having long lanceolate leaves and soft strong wood
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oak

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    ōk

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    /ˈōk/ /ˈoʊk/

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    [ 'Ok ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English ook, from Old English āc, from Proto-Germanic *aiks (compare West Frisian iik, Dutch eik, German Eiche), from Proto-Indo-European *eiḱ or *eiǵ- (compare Latin aesculus 'Durmast oak', Lithuanian ąžuolas 'oak', Albanian enjë 'juniper, yew', Ancient Greek aigilōps 'Turkey oak').

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