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الإنجليزية - التركية

Anna'nın kestane kahvesi saçı var fakat Magdalena'nın sarı saçı var. - Anna has chestnut brown hair, but Magdalena has blonde hair.

Kestane soymak zordur. - It's difficult to peel chestnuts.

Castanea dentata
kestane rengi olan
bayatlamış espri/hikaye
kestane rengi
kestane ağacı

Evimizin önünde iki tane yaşlı kestane ağacı var. - In front of our house are two old chestnuts.

{i} bayat fıkra
{i} doru
çok duyulmuş fıkra veya espri
{i} bayat espri
candied chestnut kestane şekeri
kızıl kahverengi
{s} maron
horse chestnut at kestanesi
chestnut tree wood
kestane ağacı kerestesi
american chestnut
amerikan kestanesi
horse chestnut
horse chestnut family
at kestanesi familyası
liver chestnut
water chestnut
su kestanesi
candied chestnut
kestane şekeri
dwarf chestnut
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bodur kestane
horse chestnut
at kestanesi,atkestanesi
horse chestnut
spanish chestnut
(isim) kestane
spanish chestnut
{i} kestane
sweet chestnut

Biraz tatlı kestane yiyeceğim. - I will eat some sweet chestnuts.

water chestnut
bot. sukestanesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A dark, reddish-brown colour/color

chestnut colour:.

A part of a horse found on the inner leg, similar to a birthmark on a human
The wood of a chestnut tree
Of a deep reddish-brown colour, like that of a chestnut
A worn-out meme; a work so often repeated as to have grown tiresome
The nut of this tree or shrub
A reddish-brown horse
A tree or shrub of the genus Castanea
used of hair; of a golden brown to reddish brown color; "a chestnut horse"; "chestnut hair"
A color of horse, reddish brown with a similar colored mane and tail, or the bony protrusion on the inside of forearm of each foreleg
This nut of the chestnut tree was once abundant in America, but most were killed by a fungus at the turn of the century The many varieties of chestnuts can be boiled, candied, dried, preserved, pureed, roasted, or ground into flour
Something that is chestnut is dark reddish-brown in colour. a woman with chestnut hair. a chestnut mare. red-brown in colour. Any of four species of deciduous ornamental and timber trees of the genus Castanea, in the beech family. Native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, they bear burrlike fruits that contain two or three edible nuts. The usually tall trees have furrowed bark and lance-shaped leaves. The American chestnut (C. dentata), which once extended over a large area of eastern North America, has been almost eliminated by chestnut blight. The other three species are the European chestnut (C. sativa), the Chinese chestnut (C. mollissima), and the Japanese chestnut (C. crenata). The nuts of these three have local importance as food and are exported in large quantities, and varieties of all three are cultivated as ornamentals. The European chestnut produces useful timber as well; the American chestnut also was an important source of lumber and nuts before the arrival of the blight. chestnut blight horse chestnut family water chestnut
The tree itself, or its light, coarse- grained timber, used for ornamental work, furniture, etc
A chestnut or chestnut tree is a tall tree with broad leaves. see also horse chestnut
a dark golden-brown or reddish-brown horse
A bright brown color, like that of the nut
The horse chestnut (often so used in England)
One of the round, or oval, horny plates on the inner sides of the legs of the horse, and allied animals
a dark golden-brown or reddish-brown horse a small horny callus on the inner surface of a horse's leg edible nut of any of various chestnut trees of the genus Castanea any of several attractive deciduous trees yellow-brown in autumn; yield a hard wood and edible nuts in a prickly bur wood of any of various chestnut trees of the genus Castanea used of hair; of a golden brown to reddish brown color; "a chestnut horse"; "chestnut hair
This is a tie-breaker or slogan that has been around a long time or one similar to an old chestnut that has been modified slightly Unfortunately as unoriginal as they are, they are still winning competitions
Of the color of a chestnut; of a reddish brown color; as, chestnut curls
edible nut of any of various chestnut trees of the genus Castanea
any of several attractive deciduous trees yellow-brown in autumn; yield a hard wood and edible nuts in a prickly bur
wood of any of various chestnut trees of the genus Castanea
Chestnuts are the reddish-brown nuts that grow on chestnut trees. You can eat chestnuts
{s} having a reddish-brown coloring
The edible nut of a forest tree (Castanea vesca) of Europe and America
a small horny callus on the inner surface of a horse's leg
An old joke or story
Commonly two or more of the nuts grow in a prickly bur
{i} type of tree; horse chestnut (nut from the chestnut tree); reddish-brown horse
American: A hardwood tree that grows in the northeastern United States; the wood is coarse in texture, moderately light and strong It is grayish brown or brown in color It seasons well and is easily worked with tools
A stale joke In The Broken Sword, an old melodrama by William Dillon, Captain Xavier is for ever telling the same jokes with variations He was telling about one of his exploits connected with a cork-tree, when Pablo corrects him, “A chestnut-tree you mean, captain ” “Bah! (replied the captain) I say a cork-tree ” “A chestnut-tree,” insists Pablo “I must know better than you (said the captain); it was a cork-tree, I say ” “A chestnut (persisted Pablo) I have heard you tell the joke twenty-seven times, and I am sure it was a chestnut ” “Is not this an illustration of the enduring vitality of the `chestnut'? [joke] ”- Notes and Queries Chestnut Sunday Rogation Sunday, or the Sunday before Ascension Day
(colour) of a deep reddish brown colour, like that of a chestnut
chestnut oak
A species of oak tree native to the eastern USA, with taxonomic name Quercus prinus
chestnut oaks
plural form of chestnut oak
chestnut rail
A bird from the family Rallidae. Scientific name: Eulabeornis castaneoventris
chestnut rails
plural form of chestnut rail
chestnut teal
a dabbling duck found in southern Australia
chestnut teals
plural form of chestnut teal
chestnut tree
A tree that bears chestnuts; a tree of the genus Castanea
chestnut trees
plural form of chestnut tree
chestnut-backed antshrike
A passerine bird of the antbird family
chestnut-backed antshrikes
plural form of chestnut-backed antshrike
chestnut-flanked sparrowhawk
A bird, Accipiter castanilius, found in the forests of Lower Guinea
chestnut blight
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A disease of chestnut trees caused by a fungus (Cryphonectria parasitica) that is especially destructive to the American chestnut, characterized by cankers that eventually kill the branches and trunk
chestnut blight
a disease of American chestnut trees
chestnut oak
an oak having leaves resembling those of chestnut trees
chestnut oak
Either of two eastern North American deciduous oak trees (Quercus prinus and Q. muehlenbergii) having leaves that resemble those of the American chestnut
Chinese chestnut
A chestnut (Castanea mollissima) native to China and Korea, resistant to chestnut blight and cultivated as an ornamental and for its edible nuts
chinese chestnut
a small tree with small sweet nuts; wild or naturalized in Korea and China
Spanish chestnut
Fruit of this tree
Spanish chestnut
A deciduous tree with edible deep brown nutlike fruits. The fruits have a little white, fluffy tail
A species of trees of the genus Aesculus as it is known in Eurasia, common in the temperate zones of both hemispheres and called buckeyes in America
The large nutlike seed of these trees
old chestnut
A well-worn story
sweet chestnut
A type of deciduous tree native to Europe, Castanea sativa
sweet chestnut
The edible nuts of this tree
water chestnut
A particular species, Eleocharis dulcis, of plant
water chestnut
A corm of a plant of this species
American chestnut
An eastern North American deciduous tree (Castanea dentata), once valuable for its timber and nuts but now found mostly as sprouts from old stumps, the aboveground parts having died from chestnut blight
american chestnut
large tree found from Maine to Alabama
plural of chestnut
european chestnut
wild or cultivated throughout southern Europe, northwestern Africa and southwestern Asia
horse chestnut
{i} tree that bears leaves that resemble fingers and clusters of white flowers and brown smooth bitter nutlike seed that cannot be eaten; bitter nutlike seed of the horse chestnut
horse chestnut
Horse chestnuts are the nuts of a horse chestnut tree. They are more commonly called conkers
horse chestnut
A horse chestnut is a large tree which has leaves with several pointed parts and shiny reddish-brown nuts called conkers that grow in cases with points on them
horse chestnut
tree having palmate leaves and large clusters of white to red flowers followed by brown shiny inedible seeds
horse-chestnut family
Family Hippocastanaceae, composed of the buckeyes and the horse chestnuts (genus Aesculus), native to the northern temperate zone. The best-known species of horse chestnut is the common, or European, horse chestnut (A. hippocastanum), native to southeastern Europe but widely cultivated as a large shade and street tree. The Champs-Élysées in Paris is lined with rows of horse-chestnut trees
japanese chestnut
a spreading tree of Japan that has a short trunk
liver chestnut
a solid dark brown horse
moreton bay chestnut
Australian tree having pinnate leaves and orange-yellow flowers followed by large woody pods containing 3 or 4 seeds that resemble chestnuts; yields dark strong wood
oak chestnut
a tree of the genus Castanopsis
rose chestnut
handsome East Indian evergreen tree often planted as an ornamental for its fragrant white flowers that yield a perfume; source of very heavy hardwood used for railroad ties
spanish chestnut
{i} marron
swamp chestnut oak
medium to large deciduous tree of moist areas of southeastern United States similar to the basket oak
water chestnut
edible bulbous tuber of a Chinese marsh plant Chinese sedge yielding edible bulb-shaped tubers a plant of the genus Trapa bearing spiny four-pronged edible nutlike fruits
water chestnut
The tuber of a water plant known as the Chinese sedge, which has a crisp, nutty texture Found sometimes fresh in Asian markets, canned water chestnuts are readily available in most supermarkets
water chestnut
The nut-like kernel of a water plant that grows in southeast Asia The flesh is white, crisp, and juicy and has a bland, somewhat sweet nutty flavor Their crunchy texture makes them popular in stir-fried dishes
water chestnut
a plant of the genus Trapa bearing spiny four-pronged edible nutlike fruits
water chestnut
Chinese sedge yielding edible bulb-shaped tubers
water chestnut
The fruit of Trapa natans and Trapa bicornis, Old World water plants bearing edible nutlike fruits armed with several hard and sharp points; also, the plant itself; called also water caltrop
water chestnut
edible bulbous tuber of a Chinese marsh plant
water chestnut
A water chestnut is the thick bottom part of the stem of a plant which grows in China. It is used in Chinese cookery. the thick stem of a plant that grows in water, used in Chinese cooking. Any of several perennial water plants of the genus Trapa (family Trapaceae), native to Europe, Asia, and Africa, or their edible, nutlike fruit. The water caltrop (T. natans) has two sets of leaves long, feathery, rootlike, submerged leaves and a loose rosette of floating leaves attached to leafstalks 2-4 in (5-10 cm) long. The small fruit usually has four spiny angles. The Chinese water chestnut (Eleocharis tuberosus or E. dulcis) is a member of the sedge family



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    chestnut tree


    /ˈʧestˌnət/ /ˈʧɛstˌnʌt/

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    [ 'ches(t)-(")n&t ] (noun.) 14th century. Formerly chesten nut, from Middle English chasteine, from Old French chastaigne, from Latin castanea, from Ancient Greek καστάνεια (kastaneia).

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