English - Turkish

  1. dik
  2. abartılı sıfat
  3. suda bekletmek fiil
  4. Yalçın İsimler
  5. demlemek
  6. sarp
  7. ıslatma
  8. demlenmek (çay)
  9. demlemek (çayı)
  10. dik,v.ıslat: adj.dik
  11. uçurum
  12. içirmek fiil
  13. (keten) havuzlamak
  14. ıslatmak
  15. ıslatma sıvısı
  16. ıslatmak; havuzlamak (keten) Tekstil
  17. (sıfat) sarp, dik, yalçın, inanılmaz, aşırı, abartılı, fahiş
  18. sarp kayalık
  19. suya koymak
  20. ıslanma
  21. dik yokuş
  22. doyurmak
  23. fahiş
  24. inanılmaz
  25. steepnesssarplık
  26. hızla
  27. ıslan/ıslat
  28. abartılı/fahiş/dik
  29. ıslatma/uçurum
  30. diklik

English - English

  1. To be imbued with an abstract quality - "A town steeped in history"
  2. and To make tea (or other beverage) by placing leaves in hot water
  3. To soak an item (or to be soaked) in liquid in order to gradually add or remove components to or from the item - "Skins are steeped in a tanning solution to create leather"
  4. expensive - "That's a bit steep."
  5. A liquid used in a steeping process - "Corn steep has many industrial uses"
  6. Of a near-vertical gradient; of a slope, surface, curve, etc. that proceeds upward at an angle near vertical
  7. a steep place (as on a hill) let sit in a liquid to extract a flavor or to cleanse; "steep the blossoms in oil"; "steep the fruit in alcohol" engross (oneself) fully; "He immersed himself into his studies" having a sharp inclination; "the steep attic stairs"; "steep cliffs" of a slope; set at a high angle; "note the steep incline"; "a steep roof sheds snow
  8. brant
  9. (1 ) To let food stand in hot liquid to extract flavor and color (2 ) To let tea leaves remain in hot water long enough to attain the full flavor for tea
  10. To soak, in order to extract flavor or soften
  11. To soak food in a liquid such as alcohol or syrup until saturated
  12. To allow a substance to stand in hot liquid, usually just below the boiling point, for the purpose of extracting flavor, color or other qualities
  13. The process of soaking specialty grains is a nylon or muslin bag in water at between 150-170°F in order for the sugars contained to be added to the wort
  14. To soak in a liquid at a temperature below the boiling point
  15. A way of cooking food with the residual heat of hot liquid
  16. To make tea (or other beverage) by placing leaves in hot water
  17. To soak an item (or to be soaked) in liquid in order to gradually add or remove ingredients to or from the item
  18. Making a large angle with the plane of the horizon; ascending or descending rapidly with respect to a horizontal line or a level; precipitous; as, a steep hill or mountain; a steep roof; a steep ascent; a steep declivity; a steep barometric gradient
  19. Excessive; as, a steep price
  20. A rennet bag
  21. Something steeped, or used in steeping; a fertilizing liquid to hasten the germination of seeds
  22. Often used figuratively
  23. To soak in a liquid just under the boiling point to extract the essence--e g , tea
  24. of a slope; set at a high angle; "note the steep incline"; "a steep roof sheds snow
  25. A precipitous place, hill, mountain, rock, or ascent; any elevated object sloping with a large angle to the plane of the horizon; a precipice
  26. a steep place (as on a hill) let sit in a liquid to extract a flavor or to cleanse; "steep the blossoms in oil"; "steep the fruit in alcohol"
  27. engross (oneself) fully; "He immersed himself into his studies"
  28. having a sharp inclination; "the steep attic stairs"; "steep cliffs"
  29. Difficult of access; not easy reached; lofty; elevated; high
  30. To undergo the process of soaking in a liquid; as, the tea is steeping

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    Etymology: [ 'stEp ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Old English stēap (“high”), from Proto-Germanic *staupaz (compare Old Frisian stap, Middle High German *stouf), from Proto-Indo-European *steup- (“to push, stick”).“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 The Proto-Indo-European root (and related) has many and varied descendants, including English stub; compare also Scots stap (“to strike, to forcibly insert”). The sense of “sharp slope” is attested circa 1200; the sense “expensive” is attested US 1856.
    Synonyms: abrupt, arduous, bathe, breakneck, damp, declivitous, dizzying, drench, elevated, erect, excessive, exorbitant, extortionate, extreme, fill, headlong, high, hilly, imbue, immerse
    Antonyms: gentle, mild, moderate, cheap, inexpensive, dehydrate, dry
    Tenses: steeps, steeping, steeped
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