clover

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İngilizce - Türkçe
üçgül
yonca

At nalı ve dört yapraklı yonca iyi şans getirir. - A horseshoe and a four-leaf clover bring good luck.

Hiç dört yapraklı yonca buldun mu? - Have you ever found a four-leaf clover?

(isim) yonca
tırfıl
clover leaf junction
yonca yaprağı (kavşak)
clover aparatus
(Tıp) clover aygıtı
clover oil
(Tıp) yonca yağı
clover's crutch
(Tıp) Vagina ve rektum ameliyatlarında litbotomi pozisyonunun korunması için kullanılan aygıt
greek clover
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) çemenotu
red clover
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) çayır üçgülü
sweet clover
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kokulu yonca
sweet clover
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarı yonca
sweet clover
taşyoncası
in clover
zengin
in clover
refah içinde
clovers
yonca
four leaf clover
Dört yapraklı yonca
four-laef clover
Dört yapraklı yonca

If you find afour-leaf clover,it will bring you good luck.

four-leaf clover
dört yapraklı yonca
sweet clover
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kokulu yonca, sarı yonca, (Melilotus officinalis)
white clover
beyaz yonca
be in clover
hali vakti yerinde olmak
be in clover
(Fiili Deyim ) varlık içinde yaşamak
be in clover
refah içinde yaşamak
crimson clover
kırmızı üçgül
four leafed clover
dört yapraklı yonca
highway clover leaf
(Askeri) yonca yaprağı kavşak
highway clover leaf
(Askeri) YONCA YAPRAĞI KAVŞAK: İki veya daha fazla sayıdaki karayolunun yonca yaprağına benzer bir sistemde kesişmesi
in clover
(deyim) in clover ( genellikle be/live ...) varlik icinde yasama
live in clover
refah içinde yaşamak
live in clover
hali vakti yerinde olmak
meadow clover
çayır tirfili
to be in clover
han hamam sahibi olmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A plant of the genus Trifolium with leaves usually divided into three (rarely four) leaflets and with white or red flowers
{n} an excellent sort of grass, tresoil-grass
{i} small plant with three leaves
Clover is a small plant with pink or white ball-shaped flowers. a four leaf clover. Any legume of the genus Trifolium, composed of 300 or more annual and perennial species, found in most temperate and subtropical regions. The alternate, compound leaves usually have three toothed leaflets. The very small, fragrant flowers are crowded into dense heads. Clovers are highly palatable to livestock and high in protein, phosphorus, and calcium, thus providing valuable nourishment in the form of hay, pasture, and silage. They also improve and conserve soil by adding nitrogen and increasing the availability of other nutrients for crops that follow. The most important agricultural species are red clover (T. pratense), white clover (T. repens), and alsike clover (T. hybridum)
a plant of the genus Trifolium
pratense, the white, T
repens, and the hare's foot, T
A plant of different species of the genus Trifolium; as the common red clover, T
arvense
clover clamp
A metal clamp, usually joined to another by a chain, meant to be worn on the nipples to cause pain, usually in BDSM
clover clamps
plural form of clover clamp
clover fern
any of several water ferns of the genus Marsilea having four leaflets
clover-leaf roll
yeast-raised dinner roll made by baking three small balls of dough in each cup of a muffin pan
clover-like
resembling the leaf of a clover plant, split into three or four rounded sections, trifoliate
Dutch clover
Common English name for Trifolium repens, an important fodder plant also called white clover
clovers
plural form of clover
clovers
the suit of clubs; primarily childish
four-leaf clover
An uncommon variation of the clover, having four leaves instead of the usual three
four-leaf clover
A bringer of good luck
in clover
Happy and contented

Shelter at Carbury Manor was very much more comfortable than the priest's own establishment, even with the roof on, and Father Barham was in clover.

in clover
In a condition of prosperity

They tell Sasha, There is big money here. You and the kids can get real decent money and live in clover the rest of your lives..

like a bee in clover
Alternative form of in clover
like a pig in clover
Alternative form of in clover
like pigs in clover
Alternative form of in clover
prairie clover
A plant of that genus
prairie clover
A genus, Dalea, in the family Fabaceae
prairie clover
A species in that genus
red clover
a clover, Trifolium pratense, with red flowers, found in Europe, Asia and North America
rolling in clover
Alternative form of in clover
white clover
a species of clover, Trifolium repens, native to much of Europe, North Africa and parts of Asia and introduced elsewhere as a pasture crop
Japan clover
An annual plant (Lespedeza striata) native to China and Japan, having compound leaves with many leaflets and small pink axillary flowers. Cultivated as a forage plant and for soil improvement, it is widely naturalized in the southeast United States. Also called Japanese clover
alpine clover
European mountain clover with fragrant usually pink flowers
buffalo clover
clover of western United States
bush clover
Any of various plants of the genus Lespedeza in the pea family, having compound leaves with three leaflets and various colored flowers and often grown for forage, soil improvement, erosion control, or ornament. Also called lespedeza
bush clover
shrubby or herbaceous plants widely used for forage, soil improvement, and especially hay in southern United States
bush clover
{i} shrub or plant of the legume family with three-leafed leaves and small flowers
calvary clover
an annual of the Mediterranean area having spiny seed pods and leaves with dark spots
clovers
plural of clover
crimson clover
southern European annual with spiky heads of crimson flower; extensively cultivated in United States for forage
four-leaf clover
a clover plant that has four leaves instead of the usual three, and is considered to be lucky
four-leaf clover
clover with four leaves (often considered to be a sign of luck)
four-leaved clover
clover with four leaves (often considered to be a sign of luck)
harts clover
Melilot or sweet clover
hop clover
clover native to Ireland with yellowish flowers; often considered the true or original shamrock
hop clover
A Eurasian clover (Trifolium agrarium) or one of its relatives, having small yellow flower heads that resemble hops when withered
in clover
enjoying the good life, free of work and worry
japanese clover
an annual of tropical Asia naturalized in United States
live in clover
live a luxurious lifestyle
musk clover
low annual European herb naturalized in America; similar to alfilaria
owl's clover
Any of various New World plants of the genus Orthocarpus, having spikes of variously colored tubular flowers enclosed in prominent, often pigmented bracts
pigs in clover
someone in a place where they feel happy, people in comfortable places
red clover
A Eurasian plant (Trifolium pratense) having trifoliate leaves and globular heads of fragrant rose-purple flowers, widely naturalized in North America and frequently planted as a forage or cover crop
red clover
erect to decumbent short-lived perennial having red-purple to pink flowers; the most commonly grown forage clover
water clover
water fern of Europe and Asia and the eastern United States distinguished by four leaflets resembling clover leaves
white clover
A common European clover (Trifolium repens) widely naturalized in North America, having rounded white flower heads. Also called Dutch clover
white clover
creeping European clover having white to pink flowers and bright green leaves; naturalized in United States; widely grown for forage
white sweet clover
biennial plant; valuable honey plant
yellow sweet clover
biennial yellow-flowered Eurasian plant having aromatic leaves used as carminative or flavoring agent; widely cultivated especially as green manure or cover crop
Türkçe - İngilizce

clover teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

clover aygıtı
(Tıp) clover aparatus
clover

    Heceleme

    clo·ver

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    klōvır

    Telaffuz

    /ˈklōvər/ /ˈkloʊvɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ klO-v&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English clovere, claver, from Old English clāfre, earlier clǣfre, from Proto-Germanic *klaiƀrōn (cf. East Frisian kleeuwer, Dutch klaver, Low German dialect Kleeber), enlargement of *klaiwaz (cf. Low German Klief, Kliev, German Klee), from Proto-Indo-European *glei- ‘to stick’ (compare Old Church Slavonic glěvŭ ‘slime’, Ancient Greek gloiós ‘glue, tar’). More at cleave, clay.

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