bitter

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الإنجليزية - التركية
acı

Roka ve diğer acı şeylere katlanamam. - I can't stand arugula or any bitter greens.

Tartışmalar uzun ve bazen acıydı. - The discussions were long and sometimes bitter.

acı (tat)
{s} keskin

Keskin olarak soğuktu. - It was bitterly cold.

amansız
çorak
şekersiz
bira
canhıraş
barut gibi
(Kimya) acı tat

Eğer hastaysan, bal acı tat verir. - If you're sick, honey tastes bitter.

kötü

Kötü bir öksürüğüm vardı, bu yüzden acı reçete aldım. - I had a bad cough, so I took the bitter medicine.

şiddetli

Kışlar şiddetli soğuktu. - The winters were bitterly cold.

Ben şiddetli bir hayal kırıklığına uğradım. - I was bitterly disappointed.

üzücü
iliklere işleyen
acı bira
sert

Bazı sert kışlar yaşadık. - We've had some bitter winters.

Ona karşı niçin öyle sertsin? - Why are you so bitter against her?

(soğuk/rüzgâr/vb.) sert
{s} acılı

Acılık ve intikam benim karakterimin bir parçası değildir. Hayat çok kısa. Bir insanın acılık ve intikam üzerine zaman harcamaması gerekir. - Bitterness and revenge are not part of my character. Life's too short. One shouldn't spend time on bitterness and revenge.

O, kahvenin acılığına dayanamadı. - He couldn't stand the bitterness of the coffee.

bitternessacılık
{i} acılık

Acılık ve intikam benim karakterimin bir parçası değildir. Hayat çok kısa. Bir insanın acılık ve intikam üzerine zaman harcamaması gerekir. - Bitterness and revenge are not part of my character. Life's too short. One shouldn't spend time on bitterness and revenge.

a bitter pill yenilir yutulur cinsten olmayan durum
bitterishacımsı
to the bitter end iş bitinceye kadar
ölünceye kadar
{i} keskinlik
acı keskin
keskin/acı
acı bir şekilde
{s} yakıcı
bitterlyacı olarak
gücenik
alınmış
bitter (çikolata)
zift gibi
bitterness
acılık

Acılık ve intikam benim karakterimin bir parçası değildir. Hayat çok kısa. Bir insanın acılık ve intikam üzerine zaman harcamaması gerekir. - Bitterness and revenge are not part of my character. Life's too short. One shouldn't spend time on bitterness and revenge.

bitter cold
iliklere işleyen soğuk
bitter almond oil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) acı badem yağı
bitter almonds
(Gıda) acı badem
bitter apple
ebucehilkarpuzu
bitter coffee with cardamon
(Gıda) mırra
bitter lake
(Jeoloji) acı göl
bitter sweet
acı tatlı
bitter vetch
(Tarım) burçak
bitter almond oil
acıbademyağı
bitter beer
acı bira
bitter chocolate
bitter çikolata
bitter orange
acı portakal
bitter oyster
acı istiridye
bitter sweet
iyi ve kötü olan
bitter sweet
hem acı hem tatlı olan
bitter almond oil
acibademyagi
bitter end
Gemilerde demirin zincirinin gemiye bağlı olduğu yer
bitter gourd
acı kabak
bitter loss
Acı kayıp
bitter melon
Acı kavun
bitter orange
turunç
bitter pill
yenilir yutulur cinsten olmayan durum
bitter tonics
acı tonikler
bitter truth
acı gerçek
bitter almond
acıbadem
bitter cold
yakıcı soğuk
bitter cold
acı soğuk
bitter end
ölüm
bitter experiences
acı tecrübeler
bitter pill
(deyim) a better pill (for someone) (to swallow) yenilir yutulur cinsten olmayan durum
bitter pill to swallow
(deyim) yenilir yutulur olmayan
bitter recipe
acı reçete
bitter sweet memories
acı tatlı anılar
bitter tomato
kavata
bitterly
keskin olarak

Keskin olarak soğuktu. - It was bitterly cold.

bitterly
acı acı

Aynanın karşısına oturdum ve acı acı ağladım. - I sat before the mirror and wept bitterly.

bitterly
acı bir şekilde
bitterness
çoraklık
bitters
amer
slightly bitter
acırak
bitterly
acı olarak
bitterness
sertlik
bitterness
şiddet
cause to be bitter
acılaştır
large bitter cress
büyük acı tere
made bitter
acılaştır
make bitter
acılaştır
to the bitter end
kötü sona
to the bitter end
ölesiye
to the bitter end
en sonuna kadar
Bitter melon
kudret narı
Retaliation puts an end to bitter pills
(Atasözü) Aç it fırını deler
a bitter pill
acı bir reçete/ilaç, beraberinde zorluklar getiren bir çözüm yolu
bitterness
Ümitsizlik, umutsuzluk
cause to be bitter
acilastir
it's as bitter as aloes
o kadar aloin kadar acı's
made bitter
acilastir
shackle bitter
(Askeri) Hırça mapa: Gemilerde demir zincirinin zincirlik içinde gemiye bağlandığı üç nokta.Zincirin son bağlantısı
sour or bitter
ekşi ya da acı
sour/bitter/Seville orange
turunç
swallow a bitter pill
acı bir hap yutmak
angostura bitter
angostura sosu
angostura bitter
acı kokteyl sosu
bitter end
acı son
bitterly
için için

O, kaynanasını gücendiren bir şey söylediği için için için pişman oldu. - She bitterly regretted having said something that displeased her mother-in-law.

bitterness
yakıcılık
bitterness
keskinlik
bitterness
acık
bitters
{i} sert bir içki
bitters
apsent
bitters
(Tıp) Mideyi kuvvetlendiren maddelerin hülasaları
bitters
içine acı otlar da karıştırılan bir nevi içki
bitters
acı içecek kokteyl
gentian bitter
centiyana şurubu
somewhat bitter
(Gıda) acımsı
somewhat bitter
acımtrak
somewhat bitter
acıca
sour/bitter/Seville
turunç
take the bitter with the sweet
gülü seven dikenine katlanır
the bitter end
(Fiili Deyim ) sonuna kadar , ölünceye dek
to the bitter end
sonuna kadar

Ne olursa olsun sonuna kadar ilkelerime bağlı kalacağım. - Whatever happens, I'll stick to my principles to the bitter end.

İstediğin kadar gül; ben sonuna kadar planıma sadık kalacağım. - Laugh as much as you like; I'll stick to my plan to the bitter end.

to the bitter end
ölünceye kadar
to the bitter end
kanının son damlasına kadar
to the bitter end
(deyim) son aşamaya kadar
to the bitter end
(deyim) son nefese kadar
to the bitter end
(deyim) son noktaya kadar
to the bitter end
(deyim) acı sona kadar
truth is bitter
(deyim) gerçekler acıdır
التركية - التركية
Bir çeşit acı bira
Acı çikolata
Bir çeşit ardıç rakısı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A type of beer heavily flavored with hops
Hateful or hostile

They're bitter enemies.

A turn of a cable about the bitts
Cynical and resentful

I've been bitter ever since that defeat.

A liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic
Having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance)

The coffee was bitter.

Harsh, piercing or stinging

A bitter wind blew from the north.

{n} a thing that is bitter, a coil or turn
{a} sharp, cruel, severe, keen, afflictive
is said for a wine with too much acidity, that gives a strong astringency in the mouth
A substance that stimulates secretion of digestive juices and encourages appetite
causing a sharply painful or stinging sensation; used especially of cold; "bitter cold"; "a biting wind"
A basic taste characterized by solution of quinine, caffeine, and certain other alkaloids Perceived primarily at the back of the tongue Generally normal characteristics of coffees connected with their chemical constitution, influenced by degree of roasting and the method of preparing the brew Canephora are more bitter than arabica coffees A desirable characteristic at a certain level
the taste experience when quinine or coffee is taken into the mouth English term for a dry sharp-tasting ale with strong flavor of hops (usually on draft) proceeding from or exhibiting great hostility or animosity; "a bitter struggle"; "bitter enemies"
the property of having a harsh unpleasant taste
A characteristic of over-extracted brews (too little coffee at too fine a grind) as well as over-roasted coffees, and those with various taste defects; it is a harsh, unpleasant tasted detected towards the back of the tongue Dark roasts are intentionally bitter
Bitter is a kind of beer that is light brown in colour. a pint of bitter
Affects digestive system and nutrition due to its ability to stimulate the appetite Bitters stimulate the secretion of saliva and gastric juice reflexively by exciting the taste buds They are not effective if given directly into the stomach, as in the form of a pill
Describes one of the four basic tastes (along with sour, salty and sweet) Some grapes--notably Gewürztraminer and Muscat--often have a noticeable bitter edge to their flavors Another source of bitterness is tannin or stems If the bitter quality dominates the wine's flavor or aftertaste, it is considered a fault In sweet wines a trace of bitterness may complement the flavors In young red wines it can be a warning signal, as bitterness doesn't always dissipate with age Normally, a fine, mature wine should not be bitter on the palate
AA turn of the cable which is round the bitts
A taste sensation, usually sensed on the back of the tongue
Any substance that is bitter
If someone is bitter after a disappointing experience or after being treated unfairly, they continue to feel angry about it. She is said to be very bitter about the way she was sacked His long life was marked by bitter personal and political memories. + bitterly bit·ter·ly `And he sure didn't help us,' Grant said bitterly. the party bureaucrats who bitterly resented their loss of power. + bitterness bit·ter·ness I still feel bitterness and anger towards the person who knocked me down
one of the four basic taste sensations; sharp and disagreeable; like the taste of quinine very difficult to accept or bear; "the bitter truth"; "a bitter sorrow
A taste you get at the back of the tongue which should not be confused with the taste of tannins (Tasting term)
adj bitter [OE biter]
Causing, or fitted to cause, pain or distress to the mind; calamitous; poignant
Characterized by sharpness, severity, or cruelty; harsh; stern; virulent; as, bitter reproach
the taste experience when quinine or coffee is taken into the mouth
{f} make bitter
Having a peculiar, acrid, biting taste, like that of wormwood or an infusion of hops; as, a bitter medicine; bitter as aloes
The taste imparted by the resins of hops, best if balanced by other flavors; hop bitterness is generally responsible for the drinkability of beer
marked by strong resentment or cynicism; "an acrimonious dispute"; "bitter about the divorce"
{s} having a strong unpleasant taste, having an acrid taste; cruel, harsh; resentful, having a feeling of ill will, indignant, angry; very cold
stimulates secretions of digestive and encouraging appetite
Mournful; sad; distressing; painful; pitiable
emphasis If you say that you will continue doing something to the bitter end, especially something difficult or unpleasant, you are emphasizing that you will continue doing it until it is completely finished. The guerrillas would fight to the bitter end, he said, in order to achieve their main goal
Bitter weather, or a bitter wind, is extremely cold. Outside, a bitter east wind was accompanied by flurries of snow. + bitterly bit·ter·ly It's been bitterly cold here in Moscow
An unpleasant, biting flavor usually an aftertaste A bitter aftertaste is sometimes associated with variations in manufacturing and curing or aging procedures It is more prevalent in cured cheeses having higher moisture contents Bitterness is often confused with astringency True bitterness is a sensation that is typified by the aftertaste of a grapefruit peel
proceeding from or exhibiting great hostility or animosity; "a bitter struggle"; "bitter enemies"
expressive of severe grief or regret; "shed bitter tears"
harsh or corrosive in tone; "an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose"; "a barrage of acid comments"; "her acrid remarks make her many enemies"; "bitter words"; "blistering criticism"; "caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics"; "a sulfurous denunciation"
In a bitter argument or conflict, people argue very angrily or fight very fiercely. the scene of bitter fighting during the Second World War. a bitter attack on the Government's failure to support manufacturing + bitterly bit·ter·ly Any such thing would be bitterly opposed by most of the world's democracies. a bitterly fought football match. + bitterness bit·ter·ness The rift within the organization reflects the growing bitterness of the dispute
A bitter taste is sharp, not sweet, and often slightly unpleasant. The leaves taste rather bitter. sweet
{i} (British) dark beer, alcoholic beverage; sour quality; bitterness
Style of English beer that is dry and usually served draft Should not be served too cold
Causing pain or smart; piercing; painful; sharp; severe; as, a bitter cold day
One of the four basic tastes A major source of bitterness is the tannin content of a wine Some grapes - (Gewurztraminer, Muscat) - have a distinct bitter edge to their flavour If the bitter component dominates in the aroma or taste of a wine it is considered a fault Sweet dessert wines may have an enhanced bitter component that complements the other flavours making for a successful overall taste balance
appetite and digestion stimulators, usually highly nutritious as well
An unpleasant taste associated with raw teas
Bitter is a style of ale which provides a strong hops taste to the palate In color, they normally range from gold to a coppery red Originally, every brewery in England generally had two ales, a bitter and a mild Compared to the mild, bitters were both dryer and hoppier Bitters are classified into 3 categories, "ordinary" and "best", or "Extra Special " The main difference is that the latter two are of stronger
A style of ale which originated in England Typically pale to copper colored, with a pronounced hop character Some people consider bitter to be synonymous with pale ale
very difficult to accept or bear; "the bitter truth"; "a bitter sorrow"
a bitter pill: see pill
adj pahit
Usually considered a fault in but characteristic of such wines as Amarone and certain other Italian reds
English term for a dry sharp-tasting ale with strong flavor of hops (usually on draft)
promotes appetite and aids digestion
extremely and sharply; "it was bitterly cold"; "bitter cold"
To make bitter
one of the four basic taste sensations; sharp and disagreeable; like the taste of quinine
A bitter experience makes you feel very disappointed. You can also use bitter to emphasize feelings of disappointment. I think the decision was a bitter blow from which he never quite recovered The statement was greeted with bitter disappointment by many of the other delegates. + bitterly bit·ter·ly I was bitterly disappointed to have lost yet another race so near the finish
A harsh, unpleasant taste detected on the back of the tongue, found in over-extracted brews , as well as in over-roasted coffees and those with various taste defects
Describes one of the four basic tastes (along with sour, salty and sweet) A common source of bitterness is tannin or stems Although a mild bitterness can often be a pleasant addition it is usually an indication of a flawed wine
amaro
bitter end
The end of a long and difficult process
bitter end
the final six fathoms of anchor chain before the point of attachment in the chain locker of modern U.S.naval vessels, with these six fathoms often painted blue, white and red to warn deck hands of the end of available anchor chain
bitter end
that part of an anchor cable which is abaft the bitts and thus remains inboard when a ship is riding at anchor

Note: To pay out a rope to the bitter end means to pay it all out.

bitter ends
plural form of bitter end
bitter melon
the fruit of the bitter melon
bitter melon
a plant, Momordica charantia, which produces a bitter, though edible, fruit
bitter melons
plural form of bitter melon
bitter orange
A fruit of the species Citrus aurantium
bitter orange
A citrus tree of the species Citrus aurantium
bitter pill
Alternative form of bitter pill to swallow

By the final whistle at Murrayfield last night, the Australians were choking back the bitter pill of disappointment and defeat.

bitter pill to swallow
Something unpleasant that must be accepted or endured

Giving them amnesty would be a bitter pill for the U.S. to swallow.

bitter melon
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A tropical, Old World, tendril-bearing annual vine (Momordica charantia) having yellow flowers and orange, warty fruits that open at maturity to expose red-coated seeds
bitter END
(nautical) the inboard end of a line or cable especially the end that is wound around a bitt
bitter END
The end of a line Also the end of the anchor rode attached to the boat
bitter END
The last part of a cable left around the "bitts" when the rest is overboard
bitter END
Usually used in conjunction with "push," as in "pushed to the bitter end," this phrase means not just that the passageway ended, but that it ended in grim or dangerous circumstances
bitter END
The very end of a piece of rope
bitter END
(The ) A outrance; with relentless hostility; also applied to affliction, as, “she bore it to the bitter end,” meaning to the last stroke of adverse fortune “All Thy waves have gone over me, but I have borne up under them to the bitter end ” Here “bitter end” means the end of the rope The “bitter-end” is a sea term meaning “that part of the cable which is “abaft the bitts ” When there is no windlass the cables are fastened to bitts, that is, pieces of timber so called; and when a rope is payed out to the bitter-end, or to these pieces of timber, all of it is let out, and no more remains However, we read in Prov v 4, “Her end is bitter as wormwood,” which, after all, may be the origin of the phrase
bitter END
the final extremity (however unpleasant it may be); "he was determined to fight to the bitter end"
bitter END
the open end of a rope
bitter END
The last part of a rope or chain; the inboard end of the anchor rope
bitter END
last end of a rope or inboard end of an anchor cable secured to a bitt
bitter END
1 The extreme end of a line, see bight; 2 The end made fast when all line has been played out
bitter almond
A variety of almond (Prunus dulcis var. amara) having kernels that yield an oil consisting mostly of benzaldehyde and some hydrocyanic acid. The detoxified oil can be used for flavoring
bitter almond
almond trees having white blossoms and poisonous nuts yielding an oil used for flavoring and for medicinal purposes
bitter almond oil
pale yellow essential oil obtained from bitter almonds by distillation from almond cake or meal
bitter argument
severe dispute, harsh dispute
bitter betch
European perennial toxic vetch
bitter cassava
cassava with long tuberous edible roots and soft brittle stems; used especially to make cassiri (an intoxicating drink) and tapioca
bitter chocolate
pure unsweetened chocolate used in baking and icings and sauces and candy
bitter cold
extremely cold
bitter cress
Any of several herbs of the genus Cardamine in the mustard family, having racemes of white, pink, or purplish flowers, usually divided leaves, and pods that dehisce explosively
bitter disappointment
sorrowful failing to satisfy one's hopes or expectations, great disillusionment
bitter dock
European dock with broad obtuse leaves and bitter rootstock common as a weed in North America
bitter end
final completion of something (especially something that is potentially very painful or unpleasant)
bitter end
(nautical) the inboard end of a line or cable especially the end that is wound around a bitt the final extremity (however unpleasant it may be); "he was determined to fight to the bitter end
bitter herb
herb with a sour or acrid flavor; horseradish
bitter lemon
tart lemon-flavored carbonated drink
bitter melon
The fruit of a tropical climbing herb in Africa and Asia It is similar to a cucumber and is used as a vegetable in meat dishes, fish dishes, and in soups Also called "Balsam pear" or "bitter gourd "
bitter melon
Also known as "foo-gwa"
bitter melon
a plant with a long tradition of medicinal use in Asia The plant is a source of MAP 30, a protein that shows anti-HIV activity in vitro
bitter melon
Also known as Balsam Pear, this is a very strange looking gourd, shaped something like a cucumber with a rough, pockmarked skin The flavor is unusual as well - like cilantro, it's an acquired taste Fortunately, blanching it before cooking will help reduce the bitter taste (You can also degorge them as you would with eggplant) In addition, you'll often find bitter melon paired with strong flavors such as black beans, which counteracts the bitterness In one well-known Chinese recipe bitter melon is stuffed with pork, garlic, and mashed black beans, and steamed Bitter melon has long been thought to have medicinal value, and has been used to treat low blood sugar and infections More recently it has been used to treat HIV
bitter orange
type of orange tree which produces sour tasting fruit
bitter orange
highly acidic orange used especially in marmalade
bitter orange
any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruit; used as grafting stock
bitter pea
any of several spiny shrubs of the genus Daviesia having yellow flowers and triangular seeds; Australia
bitter pill
sharp and unpleasant tasting tablet of medicine; harsh lesson that is learned
bitter pill to swallow
something difficult to accept or make peace with
bitter principle
any one of several hundred compounds having a bitter taste; not admitting of chemical classification
bitter spar
A common name of dolomite; so called because it contains magnesia, the soluble salts of which are bitter
bitter struggle
intense conflict, hostile contest, fierce fight
bitter tears
tears caused by pain or grief
bitter tonic
{i} tonic with a bitter taste that acts by invigorating the appetite and improving digestion
bitter truth
painful truth, truth and all of the pain that goes with it
bitterness
the quality of having a bitter taste
bitterness
the quality of feeling bitter; acrimony, resentment
bitters
A liquid used in mixed drinks or as a tonic into which bitter herbs have been steeped, (can also be found in powdered form for adding to mixed drinks)
mild and bitter
A drink consisting of a mixture of mild and bitter beers
bitterness
acridity, as to the taste
bitterly
{a} sharply, cruelly, severely, keenly
bitterness
{n} a bitter taste, malice, sorrow, grief
bitters
{n} bitter vegetables or an infusion of them
Bitterness
amaritude
as bitter as gall
very bitter
bitterer
more bitter
bitterest
most bitter
bitterly
You use bitterly when you are describing an attitude which involves strong, unpleasant emotions such as anger or dislike. We are bitterly upset at what has happened
bitterly
extremely and sharply; "it was bitterly cold"; "bitter cold"
bitterly
in a resentful manner; "she complained bitterly"
bitterly
acrimoniously, wryly
bitterly
in a resentful manner; "she complained bitterly" indicating something hard to accept; "he was bitterly disappointed
bitterly
In a bitter manner
bitterly
indicating something hard to accept; "he was bitterly disappointed"
bitterly
indicating something hard to accept; "he was bitterly disappointed
bitterness
The taste component added by hops
bitterness
The quality or state of being bitter, sharp, or acrid, in either a literal or figurative sense; implacableness; resentfulness; severity; keenness of reproach or sarcasm; deep distress, grief, or vexation of mind
bitterness
a sharp and bitter manner
bitterness
amarulence
bitterness
Dangerous error, or schism, tending to draw persons to apostasy
bitterness
Bitterness in wine may be caused by the grape variety, an extremely dry climate during the growing season, or simply from poor wine making Bitterness is the result of excess tannin
bitterness
To be hateful towards
bitterness
a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
bitterness
{i} sourness, acridness; unpleasantness, unhappiness
bitterness
the property of having a harsh unpleasant taste
bitterness
A state of extreme impiety or enmity to God
bitterness
a sharp and bitter manner the property of having a harsh unpleasant taste
bitterness
the taste experience when quinine or coffee is taken into the mouth
bitters
A substance that promotes digestion and appetite (i e dandelion leaves)
bitters
is a combination of aromatic herbs, barks, and plants As a liquid bitters is used to flavor cocktails and food
bitters
alcoholic liquor flavored with bitter herbs and roots
bitters
A very concentrated flavoring agent made from roots, barks, herbs and/or berries
bitters
A liquid combination of cloves, cinnamon, quinine, nutmeg, rum, dried fruits, and other root and herbal extracts Primarily used in cocktails
bitters
A liquor, generally spirituous in which a bitter herb, leaf, or root is steeped
bitters
As their name suggest, bitters are a bitter additive made from dozens, if not hundreds of herbs, spices and plants Bitters are often called for to flavor cocktails Use bitters in moderation, as too much can ruin the cocktail
bitters
spirits of varying strengths flavoured with roots and herbs, used in cocktails to add a kick or depth of flavour, or for medicinal purposes Most common are Amer Picon, angostura, Campari, Fernet Branca, orange and peach bitters, Cinzano, Underberg
bitters
Aromic plants used as a tonic to stimulate the digestive tract and stimulate the appetite
bitters
{i} bitter herb; dark beer
bitters
plural only: A liquid used in mixed drinks or as a tonic into which bitter herbs have been steeped, (can also be found in powdered form for adding to mixed drinks)
bitters
Concentrated extract made from roots, herbs, or fruits It is used sparingly to flavor cocktails
echo the bitter mood
reflect the feeling of sourness or discontent
hang on to the bitter end
persevere until the very end; refuse to give up
spark bitter controversy
provoke a major dispute
to the bitter end
until the difficult conclusion
التركية - الإنجليزية
bitter
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