cleave

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} yarmak
{f} bölmek
-den ayrılmamak
çıkmamak
yar
clave clove yarmak
iltisak etmek
cleavable yarılabilir
taksim etmek
{f} -e yapışmak
arasmdan geçmek
ayırmak
{f} açmak
{f} yapışmak
{f} yarmak, bölmek; yarılmak, bölünmek
{f} sadık kalmak
{f} -e sadık kalmak; -den ayrılmamak/çıkmamak
cleave böl/yar
{f} bağlı olmak
açmak ayrılmak
{f} çatlamak
{f} ikiye ayrılmak
{f} yarılmak
delmek
clove
karanfil
cleft
yarık
cleave into
(Tıp) bağlı olmak
cleave to
için ayırmak
cleave in twain
ikiye ayırmak (kesmek)
clove
sarımsak dişi
cleft
{f} yar: adj.yarık,yarık
clove
diş

Her gün bir diş sarımsak yemek sağlığınız için yararlı mıdır? - Is eating a clove of garlic every day beneficial to your health?

cleft
yarmak
cleft
çukur
clove
yarmak
clove
karanfil ağacı
clove
ayırmak
cloven
yarılmış
cleft
çatlak
cleft
yarığı
clove
yar

Her gün bir diş sarımsak yemek sağlığınız için yararlı mıdır? - Is eating a clove of garlic every day beneficial to your health?

cloven
yar
cleft
ayrık
cleft
(Tıp) Çatlak, yarık, fisür
cleft
cleft palate yarık damak
cleft
çatlak/yarık
cleft
cleft foot çift tırnaklı ayak
cleft
f., bak. cleave. i., s. çatlak, yarık, ayrık
cleft
cleave böl/yar
clove
cleave
clove
karanfil tanesi
clove
{i} karanfil (baharat)
clove
sarımsak dişi/karanfil
clove
diş Indian clove bark karanfil kabuğu
clove
Caryophyllus aromaticus
clove
{i} (sarımsakta) diş
clove
karanfil karanfil ağacı
clove
cleave böl/yar
clove
f., bak. cleave
cloven
çatlak
cloven
yarık
cloven
ayrık
cloven
çatal
cloven
şeytanca
cloven
cleave böl/yar
cloven
cloven hoofed çatal tırnaklı
cloven
cloven footed
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To split or sever something or as if with a sharp instrument
To be faithful

Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.

To break a single crystal (such as a gemstone or semiconductor wafer) along one of its more symmetrical crystallographic planes (often by impact), forming facets on the resulting pieces
To pierce or penetrate as if by splitting

The wings cleaved the foggy air.

Of a crystal, to split along a natural plane of division
To split (a complex molecule) into simpler molecules
To cling, adhere or stick fast to something; used with to or unto
To split
To make or accomplish by or as if by cutting: cleave a path through the ice
Flat, smooth surface produced by cleavage, or any similar surface produced by similar techniques, as in glass
{v} to stick, join, hold, split, divide
To cleave something means to split or divide it into two separate parts, often violently. They just cleave the stone along the cracks. = split
To fit; to be adapted; to assimilate
{f} cling to; attach oneself to; join together; be singularly devoted to
To unite or be united closely in interest or affection; to adhere with strong attachment
come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation; "The dress clings to her body"; "The label stuck to the box"; "The sushi rice grains cohere"
The past tense can be either cleaved or clove; the past participle can be cleaved, cloven, or cleft for meaning 1., and is cleaved for meaning 2
The controlled breaking of a fiber so that its surface is smooth
To part; to open; to crack; to separate; as parts of bodies; as, the ground cleaves by frost
make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock"
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone" make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock
(verb) To adhere, cling, or stick fast; To be faithful
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone"
To pierce or penetrate
If someone cleaves to something or to someone else, they begin or continue to have strong feelings of loyalty towards them. She has cleaved to these principles all her life
To adhere closely; to stick; to hold fast; to cling
Chop up
The process of separating an optical fiber by a controlled fracture of the glass, for the purpose of obtaining a fiber end, which is flat, smooth, and perpendicular to the fiber axis
To part or divide by force; to split or rive; to cut
To part or open naturally; to divide
The process of cutting an optical fiber by a controlled fracture of the glass, for the purpose of obtaining a fiber end, which is flat, smooth, and perpendicular to the fiber axis Coating A material applied to the cladding for protective purposes
{f} split, separate; be split apart, be separated; pass through; part from
make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock
cleaved
cleft or cloven
cleft
Simple past tense and past participle of cleave
clove
The tree Eugenia aromatica syn. Caryophyllus aromatica, native of the Moluccas (Indonesian islands)which produces it
clove
A very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree
clove
Simple past of cleave
clove
An old English measure of weight, containing 7 pounds (3.2 kg), i.e. half a stone

By a statute of 9 Hen. VI. it was ordained that the wey of cheese should contain 32 cloves of 7 lbs. each, i.e. 224 lbs., or 2 cwts.

clove
A narrow valley with steep sides, used in areas of North America first settled by the Dutch
cloven
Past participle of cleave
cleft
{n} a crack, crevice, opening, piece of wood
clove
{n} a kind of spice, a grain or root of garlic
cloven
{a} cleft, split, slit, separated, divided
Cleft
clove
cleaves
third-person singular of cleave
cleaving
Present participle of to cleave
cleft
A piece made by splitting; as, a cleft of wood
cleft
A cleft in a rock or in the ground is a narrow opening in it. a narrow cleft in the rocks too small for humans to enter. = fissure
cleft
a long narrow opening
cleft
simple past of to cleave
cleft
{s} divided, split
cleft
A cleft in someone's chin is a line down the middle of it
cleft
split, divided longitudinally
cleft
a split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin) having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib
cleft
a split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin)
cleft
from Cleave
cleft
Incised nearly to the midrib; as, a cleft leaf
cleft
A leaf blade may be almost divided into segments when it is cut or cleft halfway or almost to the midrib
cleft
Cut halfway to the midrib or base
cleft
Many maple leaves are cleft Cleft is a description of shape A cleft leaf is cut in at least one place to (at least) the middle point between the leaf margin and the midrib
cleft
used of hooves
cleft
cut in a leaf margin
cleft
If someone has a cleft chin, they have a cleft in their chin. be (caught) in a cleft stick to be in a very difficult situation in which any action or decision you make will cause problems
cleft
A horizontal crack in the hoof wall Clefts are usually caused by damage to the coronary band, or the rupture of an abscess at the coronary band a k a: Crosscrack
cleft
Divided; split; partly divided or split
cleft
{i} fissure, crevice, crack, gap
cleft
having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib
cleft
a fissure; divided: especially fissure that begins in an embryo, as the branchial cleft; clefts defined as craniofacial abnormalies can lead to serious problems in feeding and speech, which can be treated through surgery followed by therapeutic intervention
cleft
A space or opening made by splitting; a crack; a crevice; as, the cleft of a rock
cleft
an opening, fissure, or V-shaped indentation made by or as if by splitting
cleft
past participle of to cleave
cleft
A disease in horses; a crack on the band of the pastern
cleft
Split or divided The travertine on the walls of the Getty Center is cleft cut while the travertine pavers on the walkways have the more customary smooth finish
clove
Any one of the separate bulbs that make up the larger bulb of garlic
clove
A very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree (Eugenia aromatica syn. Caryophullus aromatica), a native of the Molucca Isles
clove
A clove of cheese is about eight pounds, of wool, about seven pounds
clove
spice from dried unopened flower bud of the clove tree; used whole or ground
clove
eugenia caryophyllata tree baking, desserts, sauces, soups, stews, meats, court bouillon, pickles, spice blends, (unopened bud of the evergreen clove tree) d
clove
Type: Spice (whole or ground) Description: Reddish-brown, nail-shaped buds from the tropical evergreen clove tree Flavor: Aromatic, pungent, sweet Uses: Baked beans, fruit pies, ham, pickling, sauces, spice cakes and cookies
clove
A very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree (Eugenia, or Caryophullus, aromatica), a native of the Molucca Isles
clove
spice from dried unopened flower bud of the clove tree; used whole or ground one of the small bulblets that can be split off of the axis of a larger garlic bulb moderate sized very symmetrical red-flowered evergreen widely cultivated in the tropics for its flower buds which are source of cloves aromatic flower bud of a clove tree; yields a spice
clove
An aromatic spice used for some puddings, curries, gravies, in soups, sauces, etc
clove
The herb increases circulation, promotes digestion and nutrition, raises the body temperature; stimulates the excretory organs, and stimulates and disinfects the kidneys, skin, liver and bronchial mucous membrane
clove
Cloves are small dried flower buds which are used as a spice. chicken soup with cloves
clove
This spice is the dried, unopened flower bud of the tropical evergreen clove tree
clove
A spice bud believed to have mildly antiseptic properties
clove
Past participle of cleave
clove
A cleft; a gap; a ravine; rarely used except as part of a proper name; as, Kaaterskill Clove; Stone Clove
clove
A weight
clove
aromatic flower bud of a clove tree; yields a spice
clove
one of the small bulblets that can be split off of the axis of a larger garlic bulb
clove
moderate sized very symmetrical red-flowered evergreen widely cultivated in the tropics for its flower buds which are source of cloves
clove
Lavang Spices
clove
{i} one of a number of small sections which form a compound bulb (as in garlic); type of spice
clove
One of the small bulbs developed in the axils of the scales of a large bulb, as in the case of garlic
clove
A clove of garlic is one of the sections of a garlic bulb. One of the small sections of a separable bulb, as that of garlic. A past tense of cleave. a past tense of cleave. Small, reddish brown flower bud of the tropical evergreen tree Syzygium aromaticum (sometimes called Eugenia caryophyllata), of the myrtle family. The tree is believed to be native to the Moluccas of Indonesia. Cloves were important in the earliest spice trade. With a strong aroma and hot and pungent taste, they are used to flavour many foods. Clove oil is sometimes used as a local anesthetic for toothaches. Eugenol, its principal ingredient, is used in germicides, perfumes, and mouthwashes, in the synthesis of vanillin, and as a sweetener or flavour intensifier
clove
An old English measure of weight, containing 7 pounds; half a stone
cloven
used of hooves
cloven
split or divided
cloven
a past participle of cleave
cloven
{s} split, cleft
cloven
from Cleave, v
التركية - الإنجليزية
clove
cleave
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