listen to the pronunciation of appetite
İngilizce - Türkçe

Hemen hemen hiç iştahım yok. - I have almost no appetite.

Taze ıstakozun görünüşü iştahımı açtı. - The sight of fresh lobster gave me an appetite.

{i} arzu
{i} afiyet
(Tıp) İştah (İştiha)
appetite for
iştah için
appetite reducer
İştah azaltıcı
appetite reducer
İştah kesici
appetite disorders
(Tıp) iştah bozuklukları
give an appetite
İştah açmak
bon appetite
afiyet olsun
lose on's appetite
İştahı kaçmak
iştah açıcı
lose one's appetite
iştahı kesilmek
loss of appetite
get an appetite
iştah olsun
poor appetite
stimulates the appetite
iştahı uyarır
whet sb's appetite
iştahını iyice kabartmak, daha fazlasını elde etmek için kışkırtmak
arouse somebody's appetite
have an appetite
iştahı olmak
have no appetite
iştahı olmamak
lack of appetite for sex
cinsel isteksizlik
loss of appetite
{i} iştahı kesilme
loss of appetite
{i} iştah kaybı
spoil one's appetite
iştahını kaçırmak
take away one's appetite
iştahını kaçırmak
whet one's appetite
iştahını açmak
whet s.o.'s appetite
birinin iştahını açmak
whet someone's appetite
(Konuşma Dili) isteğini kabartmak
whet someone's appetite
iştahını kabartmak
whet someone's appetite
(Konuşma Dili) ağzını sulandırmak
whet someone's appetite
birinin iştahını açmak
whet the appetite
iştah açmak
wolfish appetite
doymak bilmez iştah
İngilizce - İngilizce
Desire for, or relish of, food or drink; hunger
The desire for some personal gratification, either of the body or of the mind

The object of appetite is whatsoever sensible good may be wished for; the object of will is that good which reason does lead us to seek. --Richard Hooker.

Any strong desire; an eagerness or longing

To gratify the vulgar appetite for the marvelous. -- Thomas Babington Macaulay.

hunger, desire to eat
{n} a stomach, desire of food, or other sensual gratification
a feeling of craving something; "an appetite for life"; "the object of life is to satisfy as many appetencies as possible"- Granville Hicks
= The internal sensation, controlled by the weight control center, which causes us to keep eating once we have started eating
The faculty of appetite is sometimes referred to as desire or concupiscence It refers to the fact that each individual feels a lack of something within himself To address this emptiness, he turns elsewhere for fulfillment When he turns to the world his hunger is said to be misdirected, and he goes unsatisfied But when he turns to God, his faculty of appetite realizes its God-given function
Your appetite is your desire to eat. He has a healthy appetite Symptoms are a slight fever, headache and loss of appetite
Tendency; appetency
{i} desire to eat food, hunger, need for food; desire, longing, yearning, wish, craving; fondness, attraction for something, strong liking
The thing desired
Desire for, or relish of food or drink; hunger
Someone's appetite for something is their strong desire for it. Americans' growing appetite for scandal

If after seven hours' tarrying he shall have no stomach, let him defer his meal, or eat very little at his ordinary time of repast.

Having the quality of desiring gratification
risk appetite
The degree of uncertainty that an investor is willing to accept in respect of negative changes to its business or assets. (Generic)
risk appetite
Amount and type of risk that an organization is prepared to pursue, retain or take. ''(ISO31000)
risk appetite
The amount of risk, on a broad level, an entity is willing to accept in pursuit of value. (COSO)
plural of appetite
of or relating to appetite; "appetitive needs"
Having the quality of desiring gratification; as, appetitive power or faculty
{s} pertaining to the appetite
of or relating to appetite; "appetitive needs
bon appetite
French phrase meaning literally "good appetite" or "Enjoy!"
bon appetite
Good appetite - or "Enjoy!"
gargantuan appetite
immense appetite
glut one's appetite
gorge oneself, stuff oneself
has no appetite
does not want to eat, not hungry
lose one's appetite
lose the desire to eat, no longer have an appetite; lose the desire to do something
loss of appetite
{i} lack of appetite, decreased appetite
satisfy the appetite
satiate, gratify the hunger; gratify an urge
spoil the appetite
ruin one's hunger
tempt the appetite
excite a desire to eat
work up an appetite
{f} gradually become hungry, develop an appetite