English - Turkish

  1. kaynama
  2. galeyana
  3. ağır ateşte kaynatma Gıda
  4. kaynatmak
  5. hafif ateşte pişirmek Gıda
  6. kaynama derecesinin birkaç derece altında pişirmek
  7. yatışmak
  8. galeyan
  9. içten içe kaynamak
  10. patlamak üzere olmak
  11. patlayacak hale gelme
  12. yavaş yavaş kaynamak
  13. patlama
  14. kaynatma
  15. içten içe kaynatmak
  16. galeyana getirmek
  17. öfke veya coşkunluktan patlar hale gelme
  18. (kaynama noktasının biraz altında bir derecede) pişmek/pişirmek fiil
  19. (gizli bir iş) kaynamak fiil
  20. kaynat
  21. kaynar hale gelmek
  22. hiddeti zapt etme hali
  23. yavaş yavaş hafiflemek
  24. with (öfke v.b. duygularla) (için için) fiil
  25. simmer down k
  26. hafif heyecan içinde bulunmak
  27. kaynatır (simmers)
  28. sakinleşme isim (simmering)
  29. sakinleşerek (simmering)
  30. sakinleş fiil (simmering)

English - English

  1. To cook or undergo heating slowly at or below the boiling point - "The soup simmered on the stove."
  2. To cause to cook or to cause to undergo heating slowly at or below the boiling point - "Simmer the soup for five minutes, then serve."
  3. The state or process of simmering - "The kettle was kept on the simmer."
  4. To cook in water or other liquid that is bubbling gently, about 185 degrees F -200 degrees F
  5. To cook in liquid just below boiling point
  6. temperature just below the boiling point; "the stew remained at a simmer for hours" boil slowly at low temperature; "simmer the sauce"; "simmering water
  7. To cook liquid alone or with other ingredients over low heat Small bubbles may appear, but liquid should not boil
  8. To cook just below the boiling point so that only an occasional bubble appears on the liquid's surface
  9. To cook in a liquid just below the boiling point Bubbles form slowly in bottom and rise, but collapse before they reach the surface
  10. to boil slowly at or below the boiling point
  11. keeping a liquid just below boiling so the surface is only just moving
  12. To cook liquid at about 185°, or just below a boil Tiny bubbles just begin to break the surface
  13. cook a liquid just below boiling point so that tiny bubbles form on the bottom or sides of the pan Usually done after reducing heat from boiling point
  14. Cook in liquid just below the boiling point Bubbles do not break surface
  15. cook steadily at a temperature just below the boiling point; be steadily cooked at a near-boiling temperature; seethe, be in a state of suppressed anger or excitement fiil
  16. To cook food gently in liquid at a temperature (about 185°F) low enough that tiny bubbles just begin to break the surface
  17. To boil gently, or with a gentle hissing; to begin to boil
  18. To cause to boil gently; to cook in liquid heated almost or just to the boiling point
  19. boil slowly at low temperature; "simmer the sauce"; "simmering water
  20. temperature just below the boiling point; "the stew remained at a simmer for hours"
  21. When you simmer food or when it simmers, you cook it by keeping it at boiling point or just below boiling point. Make an infusion by boiling and simmering the rhubarb and camomile together Turn the heat down so the sauce simmers gently. Simmer is also a noun. Combine the stock, whole onion and peppercorns in a pan and bring to a simmer
  22. process of being cooked at a temperature just below the boiling point; state of being cooked at a temperature just below the boiling point isim
  23. If a conflict or a quarrel simmers, it does not actually happen for a period of time, but eventually builds up to the point where it does. bitter divisions that have simmered for more than half a century The province was attacked a month ago after weeks of simmering tension. when something is boiling gently
  24. Simmer is just below boiling Bubbles form on the surface but only a few break
  25. To cook in liquid close to the boiling point (bubbles form slowly and burst before reaching surface)
  26. To maintain the temperature of a liquid at just below boiling
  27. boil slowly at low temperature; "simmer the sauce"; "simmering water"
  28. To cook in liquid just below the boiling point; bubbles form but do not burst on the surface of the liquid
  29. To cook at a temperature just below boiling point The liquid should be brought to boil first then the temperature adjusted until the surface of the liquid just shivers
  30. siver

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    Etymology: [ 'si-m&r ] (verb.) 1653. alteration of English dialect simper, from Middle English simperen, of imitative origin.
    Synonyms: be agitated, be angry, be tense, be uptight, bubble, burn, churn, cook, effervesce, ferment, fizz, fret, fricassee, fume, parboil, rage, seethe, smart, sparkle, stew
    Antonyms: freeze
    Tenses: simmers, simmering, simmered
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