leafless

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(sıfat) yapraksız
yapraksız
leaf
yaprak

E vitamini bakımından zengin gıdalar koyu yeşil yapraklı sebzeler, fasulye, sert kabuklu yemişler ve tam taneli hububatları içermektedir. - Foods rich in vitamin E include dark-green, leafy vegetables, beans, nuts and whole-grain cereals.

Bir yaprak gibi titriyordu. - She trembled like a leaf.

leaf
sayfa

Onun kitabından bir sayfa al. - Take a leaf out of his book.

Tom Mary'ye hayatında yeni bir sayfa açacağına söz verdi. - Tom promised Mary that he'd turn over a new leaf.

leaf
kanat
leaf
kanat masa
leaf
sahife
leaf
yapraklı

E vitamini bakımından zengin gıdalar koyu yeşil yapraklı sebzeler, fasulye, sert kabuklu yemişler ve tam taneli hububatları içermektedir. - Foods rich in vitamin E include dark-green, leafy vegetables, beans, nuts and whole-grain cereals.

Yeterince yapraklı sebze yemiyoruz. - We don't eat enough leafy vegetables.

leaf
föy
leaf
(özellikle altın ve gümüş) ince tabaka
leaf
(bitki) yaprak
leaf
varaklı
leaf
(Mukavele) kanat (kapı, pencere)
leaf
folyo
leaf
yapraklanmak
leaf
leaf blight yapraklara arız olan hastalık
leaf
{i} kanat (masa)
leaf
{i} (çoğ. leaves)
leaf
leaf mold yaprak gübres
leaf
açılıp kapanan masanın eğreti tahtası
leaf
leaf bud yaprak tomurcuğu
leaf
{i} (masada) kanat
leaf
{f} yaprak vermek, yapraklanmak
leaf
{i} ince madeni tabaka
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{a} void of leaves, stripped of leaves
Having no leaves or foliage; bearing no foliage
{s} without leaves, lacking leaves, bare
If a tree or plant is leafless, it has no leaves. = bare. a leafless tree or bush has no leaves on it
Of plants or trees, without leaves
having no leaves
leaveless
leaf
The layer of fat supporting the kidneys of a pig (see also leaf fat)
leaf
A moveable panel, e.g. of a bridge or door, originally one that hinged but now also applied to other forms of movement

The train car has one single-leaf and two double-leaf doors per side.

leaf
A sheet of any substance beaten or rolled until very thin

gold leaf.

leaf
Anything resembling the leaf of a plant
leaf
A foliage leaf or any of the many and often considerably different structures it can specialise into
leaf
A flat section used to extend the size of a table
leaf
The usually green and flat organ that represents the most prominent feature of most vegetative plants
leaf
Tea leaves
leaf
{v} to bear or produce leaves, to put in leaves
leaf
{n} a part of tree, book, table, thin plate
leaf
turn over pages; "leaf through a book"; "leaf a manuscript"
leaf
One of the units into which the original sheet or half sheet of paper, parchment, etc , is folded to form part of a book
leaf
The single paper in a book, consisting of two pages, one page being on the front or recto of the leaf, the other page being on the back or verso of the leaf In the making of an octavo format book each printed sheet, after folding and cutting, yields eight leaves, or sixteen pages By the way, in a properly laid out book, the recto of the leaf is always an ODD numbered page, and the verso is an EVEN numbered page
leaf
One of a number of folds (each containing two pages) which comprises a book or manuscript
leaf
Something which is like a leaf in being wide and thin and having a flat surface, or in being attached to a larger body by one edge or end; as : (a) A part of a book or folded sheet containing two pages upon its opposite sides
leaf
(b) A side, division, or part, that slides or is hinged, as of window shutters, folding doors, etc
leaf
A plant organ whose function in general is to conduct photosynthesis Usually composed of a stalk (petiole) and a broad portion (blade) In general, a leaf has a bud at its base Compare "leaflet"
leaf
If you take a leaf from someone's book you behave in the same way as them because you want to be like that person or as successful as they are. Maybe we should take a leaf out of Branson's book. It's easy to see how he became a billionaire
leaf
One of the units into which the original sheet or half sheet of paper, parchment, etc is folded to form part of a book, pamphlet, journal, etc ; each leaf consists of two pages, one on each side, either or both may be blank
leaf
A vegetative organ which, when complete, consists of a flat blade, a petiole or stalk, and (usually two) small leafy appendages at the base of the petiole
leaf
Metallic leaf is paper-thin sheets of metals For example, gold, silver, platinum, and copper are rolled or pounded into metallic leaf which can be applied to surfaces
leaf
A sheet of paper or parchment each side of which is referred to as a page [RAD]
leaf
A leaf is one of the pieces of paper of which a book is made. He flattened the wrappers and put them between the leaves of his book. = page
leaf
hinged or detachable flat section (as of a table or door) a sheet of any written or printed material (especially in a manuscript or book) the main organ of photosynthesis and transpiration in higher plants produce leaves, of plants turn over pages; "leaf through a book"; "leaf a manuscript
leaf
n (ME leef fr OE leaf, akin to OHG loub, leaf, foliage) a lateral outgrowth from a stem that constitutes part of the foliage of a plant and functions primarily in food manufacture by photosynthesis
leaf
One of the individual units (FOLIO or singleton) making up a BIFOLIUM, QUIRE, or book A leaf possesses a front and a back, described as recto and verso, and may contain writing or decoration on one or both sides, or neither As a term of codicological description, it is referred to as a leaf, regardless of whether it is foliated or paginated As a term of bibliographical reference, it is referred to as a folio if it has been foliated (with the recto or verso sides specified), or each of its sides is referred to individually as a page if it has been paginated
leaf
n The thin, usually flat, green parts that grow on a tree or other plant Leaves are essential organs of most plants and use the carbon dioxide of the air in which they live and light from the sun to carry on an important process called photosyntesis
leaf
The leaf of a folding fan refers to the pleated arc made with radiating folds, of silk, paper, skin The leaf of a cockade is a long rectangular strip, folded regularly along its width; the-resulting "concertina" is held together along one side either by sewing or gluing and is fixed to the fan so that when open, the free edge opens out into a circle (or part circle) The leaf of a brisé can be formed by the application of other materials to a standard brisé or monture, i e feathers or panels of paper or silk as in a "Jenny Lind" fan (see Textiles and Extravagance)
leaf
the main organ of photosynthesis and transpiration in higher plants
leaf
The leaves of a tree or plant are the parts that are flat, thin, and usually green. Many trees and plants lose their leaves in the winter and grow new leaves in the spring. In the garden, the leaves of the horse chestnut had already fallen The Japanese maple that stands across the drive had just come into leaf. see also -leaved
leaf
a sheet of any written or printed material (especially in a manuscript or book)
leaf
An aerial and lateral outgrowth from a stem which makes up the foliage of a plant Its prime function is to manufacture of food by photosynthesis It typically consists of a stalk (petiole) and a flattened blade (lamina)
leaf
If you say that you are going to turn over a new leaf, you mean that you are going to start to behave in a better or more acceptable way. He realized he was in the wrong and promised to turn over a new leaf. leaf through to turn the pages of a book quickly, without reading it properly = skim through. Any flattened, green outgrowth from the stem of a vascular plant. Leaves manufacture oxygen and glucose, which nourishes and sustains both plants and animals. Leaves and stem tissue grow from the same apical bud. A typical leaf has a broad, expanded blade (lamina), attached to the stem by a stalklike petiole. The leaf may be simple (a single blade), compound (separate leaflets), or reduced to a spine or scale. The edge (margin) may be smooth or jagged. Veins transport materials to and from the leaf tissues, radiating from the petiole through the blade. They are arranged in a netlike pattern in dicot leaves and are parallel in monocot leaves (see cotyledon). The leaf's outer layer (epidermis) protects the interior (mesophyll), whose soft-walled, unspecialized green cells (parenchyma) produce carbohydrate food by photosynthesis. In autumn the green chlorophyll pigments of deciduous leaves break down, revealing other pigment colors (yellow to red), and the leaves drop off the tree. Leaf scars that form during wound healing after the leaves drop are useful for identifying winter twigs. In conifers, evergreen needles, which are a type of leaf, persist for two or three years. leaf insect walking leaf leaf miner leaf footed bug
leaf
one part of a book that contains two pages, the verso and the recto
leaf
(Ticaret) In a decision tree, a final node that is not split into further nodes
leaf
A node not further split -- the terminal grouping -- in a classification or decision tree
leaf
> The piece of paper comprising one page on its front side (recto) and another on its back (verso)
leaf
An organ of a plant typically divided into a flattened portion (the blade) and a narrow stalk (the petiole) and serving as the principal site of photosynthesis and transpiration
leaf
A special organ of vegetation in the form of a lateral outgrowth from the stem, whether appearing as a part of the foliage, or as a cotyledon, a scale, a bract, a spine, or a tendril
leaf
produce leaves, of plants
leaf
To shoot out leaves; to produce leaves; to leave; as, the trees leaf in May
leaf
look through a book or other written material; "He thumbed through the report"; "She leafed through the volume"
leaf
To produce leaves; put forth foliage
leaf
one of the units into which the original sheet or half sheet of paper is folded to form part of a book; each leaf consists of two pages, one on each side, either or both of which may be blank
leaf
A colored, usually green, expansion growing from the side of a stem or rootstock, in which the sap for the use of the plant is elaborated under the influence of light; one of the parts of a plant which collectively constitute its foliage
leaf
{f} flip pages, turn pages (in a book, magazine, etc.); produce leaves (of a plant or tree)
leaf
n 1 an atom in a tree_1 2 a terminal node of a tree_2
leaf
An organ found in most vascular plants; it consists of a flat lamina (blade) and a petiole (stalk) Many flowering plants have additionally a pair of small stipules near the base of the petiole
leaf
In a tree, a node that has no descendants
leaf
Law Enforcement Agency Field a component in the Clipper Chip
leaf
the movable portion of a bascule bridge which forms the span of the structure
leaf
hinged or detachable flat section (as of a table or door)
leaf
(d) A very thin plate; as, gold leaf
leaf
a page is one side of a leaf - the term leaf covers the whole leaf - both sides
leaf
Law Enforcement Access Field--of the Escrowed Encryption Standard
leaf
(e) A portion of fat lying in a separate fold or layer
leaf
The lateral organ of a grass culm, typically consisting of a sheath, blade, ligule, and auricles
leaf
A leaf is composed of two parts: the leaf's stem (petiole) and the blade The leaf is the primary tool of the plant in gathering the sun's energy for photosynthesis Compare with leaflet
leaf
(c) The movable side of a table
leaf
A sheet of a book, magazine, etc (consisting of two pages, one on each face of the leaf)
leaf
(f) One of the teeth of a pinion, especially when small
leaf
{i} flat and usually green structure attached to the stem or branch of a plant; foliage; petal; state of having leaves; page; layer; thin sheet of metal (especially gold or silver); hinged or movable part; extra section added to extend a table's length
leafless

    الواصلة

    leaf·less

    التركية النطق

    liflıs

    النطق

    /ˈlēfləs/ /ˈliːfləs/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'lEf ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English leef, from Old English lEaf; akin to Old High German loub leaf.

    كلمة اليوم

    pudency
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