scorched

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الإنجليزية - التركية
yanık
kavrulmak
{s} alazlanmış
{s} yakılmış

Ekmek kamp ateşinin açık alevi üzerinde pişirilmekten yakılmıştı. - The bread was scorched from being cooked on the open flame of the camp fire.

alaz
scorched earth
yakılmış tarla
scorched earth
istilacılara yakılarak bırakılan yerler
scorch
{f} yakmak
scorch
(fiil) yakmak, alazlamak, kavurmak, kurutmak, ağır eleştirmek, ağır konuşmak, yanmak, hızlı gitmek (araba vb.), uçmak (araba vb.)
scorch
{f} ağır eleştirmek
scorch
{f} acı sözlerle incitmek
scorch
ütülemek
scorch
hızlı gitmek (araba)
scorch
uçmak (araba vb)
scorch
(Kimya) aleve tutmak
scorch
hızlı gitmek (araba vb)
scorch
(güneş/vb.) yakmak
scorch
hafifçe yakmak
scorch
kavur

Güneş araziyi kavurup ekinleri soldurmuş. - The sun scorched the land and withered the crops.

scorch
(otomobil/vb.) çok hızlı gitmek
scorch
alazlamak
scorch
ateşe tutmak
scorch
kavurmak
scorch
kurutmak
scorch
uçmak
scorch
yanmak
scorch
hafifçe yakıp sızlatmak
scorch
yanıkscorched earth policy düşmanın yararlanmasını önlemek için bütün mahsulu
scorch
{f} uçmak (araba vb.)
scorch
acı tenkitlerle incitmek
scorch
{f} hızlı gitmek (araba vb.)
scorch
dili otomobil veya bisikletle hızlı gitmek
scorch
{f} ağır konuşmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Simple past tense and past participle of scorch
Dried, damaged or burnt by exposure to sunlight or heat
{s} burned slightly; parched by intense heat
having everything destroyed so nothing is left salvageable by an enemy; "Sherman's scorched earth policy"
A odor taint that gives the coffee brew a slight aftertaste of phenolic and pyridine character with an underdevelopment of the caramelization of compounds Result of applying too much heat and charring the surface of the bean during the roasting process
dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight; "a vast desert all adust"; "land lying baked in the heat"; "parched soil"; "the earth was scorched and bare"; "sunbaked salt flats"
damaged or discolored by superficial burning: "the scorched blouse tore easily"
having everything destroyed so nothing is left salvageable by an enemy; "Sherman's scorched earth policy
scorched earth
A scorched earth policy is the deliberate burning, destruction, and removal by an army of everything that would be useful to an enemy coming into the area. He employed a scorched-earth policy, destroying villages and burning crops
scorched earth
area that is destroyed in order not to leave means of existence for the intruding enemy
scorched earth policy
the destruction by an army of everything useful in an area, especially crops, so that the land cannot be used by an enemy
scorched earth policy
policy of burning an area and destroying an enemy's resources
scorched-earth policy
the target company defends itself by selling off its crown jewels
scorch
To move at high speed (so as to leave scorch marks on the ground)
scorch
A discolouration caused by heat
scorch
{v} to burn slightly, to be dried too much
scorch
To ride or drive at great, usually at excessive, speed; applied chiefly to automobilists and bicyclists
scorch
To burn the surface of something so as to discolour it
scorch
To burn superficially; to parch, or shrivel, the surface of, by heat; to subject to so much heat as changes color and texture without consuming; as, to scorch linen
scorch
] a discoloration caused by heat a plant disease that produces a browning or scorched appearance of plant tissues a surface burn become scorched or singed under intense heat or dry conditions; "The exposed tree scorched in the hot sun"
scorch
a discoloration caused by heat
scorch
make very hot and dry; "The heat scorched the countryside"
scorch
{f} burn slightly; dry or parch with intense heat; be burned slightly; be dried or parched; criticize severely; travel at excessive speed (Slang); destroy a territory before retreating so that it is of no use to advancing troops (Military)
scorch
[Colloq
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destroy completely by or as if by fire; "The wildfire scorched the forest and several homes"; "the invaders scorched the land"
scorch
A slight or surface burn
scorch
To affect painfully with heat, or as with heat; to dry up with heat; to affect as by heat
scorch
burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color; "The cook blackened the chicken breast"; "The fire charred the ceiling above the mantelpiece"; "the flames scorched the ceiling"
scorch
a plant disease that produces a browning or scorched appearance of plant tissues
scorch
To scorch something means to burn it slightly. The bomb scorched the side of the building. + scorched scorched scorched black earth
scorch
become superficially burned; "my eyebrows singed when I bent over the flames
scorch
a surface burn
scorch
To be burnt on the surface; to be parched; to be dried up
scorch
To burn; to destroy by, or as by, fire
scorch
become scorched or singed under intense heat or dry conditions; "The exposed tree scorched in the hot sun"
scorch
To wither, parch or destroy something by heat or fire, especially to make land or buildings unusable to an enemy
scorch
To become scorched or singed
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If something scorches or is scorched, it becomes marked or changes colour because it is affected by too much heat or by a chemical. The leaves are inclined to scorch in hot sunshine If any of the spray goes onto the lawn it will scorch the grass
scorch
{i} superficial burn, result of scorching; brown spot on a plant leaf which resembles a burn
scorch
become superficially burned; "my eyebrows singed when I bent over the flames"
scorch
To burn or be burnt
scorch
Brown discoloration on the leaves of plants caused by heat, lack of water or by fungi
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    التركية النطق

    skôrçt

    النطق

    /ˈskôrʧt/ /ˈskɔːrʧt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'skorch ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English; akin to Middle English scorcnen, probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse skorpna to shrivel up; more at SHRIMP.

    كلمة اليوم

    arterious
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