hamlık

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التركية - الإنجليزية
being out of shape, being out of condition (from lack of exercise)
unripeness, greenness; inexperience; lack of condition
crudity
unripeness
rawness
immaturity
greenness
lack of condition
crudeness
unripeness, greenness, rawness
languor
crude leaf
inexperience
immatureness
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crude

Crude oil has been falling in price. - Ham petrol fiyatı düşmektedir.

Crude oil is refined at this plant. - Ham petrol bu fabrikada arıtılır.

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raw

Japan depends on imports for raw materials. - Japonya ham madde açısından ithalata bağımlıdır.

Is it safe to eat raw fish during pregnancy? - Hamilelik sırasında çiğ balık yemek güvenli midir?

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rude
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virgin
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inexperienced
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tyro
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useless
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vain
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coarse
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unpolished
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unripe
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unrefined
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unbaked
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unburnt
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rough
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unprimed
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{s} immature
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unripe, green; raw, crude; inexperienced, tyro; out of training; vain, useless
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unrealistic (aims, ambitions, suggestions)
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unripe, green
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raw, crude, unrefined
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(elmas) uncut
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out of shape, out of condition, soft (from lack of exercise)
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unrefined (person)
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green
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية

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Ham
A son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem

And the sons of Noah, that went forth of the ark, were Shem, and Ham, and Japheth: and Ham is the father of Canaan.

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The back of the thigh
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Archaic spelling of home
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The thigh of a hog cured for food
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To overact; to act with exaggerated emotions
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An actor with an especially showy or exaggerated style
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A person whose hobby is ham radio
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The thigh and buttock of any animal slaughtered for meat
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Ham is meat from the top of the back leg of a pig, specially treated so that it can be kept for a long period of time. ham sandwiches
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{i} smoked meat from the hindquarter of a hog; bad actor; amateur radio operator
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If actors or actresses ham it up, they exaggerate every emotion and gesture when they are acting, often deliberately because they think that the audience will be more amused. Thrusting themselves into the spirit of the farce, they ham it up like mad. In the Bible, a son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem. hammed hamming ham it up to perform with too much false emotion when acting. Cut of meat consisting of the thigh of a hog, usually preserved through a curing process that involves salting and smoking or drying. In addition to preserving the meat, curing gives it additional flavour. Sugar or honey and spices are sometimes added to further enhance flavour. Produced throughout the Old World except where forbidden by religious edict (principally by observant Muslims and Jews), ham became a favoured food on farms of North America. The distinctive qualities of hams of various regions of the world result from unique combinations of hog-raising and meat-processing techniques. Virginia hams, for example, are cut from razorback hogs fed on peanuts and peaches and smoked over apple-and hickory-wood fires. Ham is a source of high-grade animal protein, thiamine, and iron
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{n} a leg of pork cured, end of the thigh, house
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a licensed amateur radio operator
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meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked) an unskilled actor who overacts a licensed amateur radio operator (Old Testament) son of Noah
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an amateur radio operator; not no be confused with DXer and DXing
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exaggerate one's acting
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an unskilled actor who overacts
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(Old Testament) son of Noah
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(Virginia, Smithfield) The nearest tasting to Chinese ham Very salty
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meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
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Home
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janbon
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The thigh of any animal; especially, the thigh of a hog cured by salting and smoking
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The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock
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One of the sons of Noah; he abused his father and Canaan, his son, was cursed for it
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n daging babi (daging)
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A hind leg of pork/hog cured in various ways The leg is cut from the carcase and brined seperately Ham may be cooked, raw or smoked The french term Jambon refers to ham and also to a leg of fresh pork see also Ham pictures see also cooking a Ham
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According to Genesis, a son of Noah (Gen 5: 32; 6: 10; 7: 13; 9: 18, 22) and the father of Canaan (Gen 9: 22), Ham was considered the progenitor of various nations in Phoenicia, Africa, and West Arabia (1 Chron 8) "The land of Ham" is usually taken to be Egypt (Pss 78: 51; 105: 23; etc )
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Sanskrit word meaning the gross body or instrument of the soul The soul is the doer and the gross body is the instrument Ham also refers to the ego
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