soil

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الإنجليزية - التركية
toprak

Yağmur yağarsa ve toprak nemli olursa, otları çekmek daha kolay olur. - When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.

Bu toprakta bir şey yetişmez gibi görünüyor. - Nothing seems to grow in this soil.

ülke yurt
{f} kirletmek
bulaşmak
(Argo) boklamak
{f} kirlet
leke
arazi
lekelemek
kirlenmek
kir

Bunun kirlenmesine izin vermeyin. - Don't let it get soiled.

{f} pisletmek
kirlet(mek)
{f} namusunu kirletmek
{i} lağım pisliği
{i} ülke
{i} gübre

Solucan gübresi sürekli olarak toprağı zenginleştirir. - Worm castings continually enrich the soil.

{f} taze otla beslemek
namusuna leke sürmek
{i} vatan
{f} leke sürmek
{i} pislik
{f} yeşillik yedirmek
hayvanları taze otla beslemek
çirkef
semirtmek
pislemek
toprağı
soil auger
toprak matkabı
soil bank
(Ticaret) toprak yığını
soil binder
zemin binderi
soil binder
bağlayıcı zemin
soil boring
zemini delme
soil borne
(Tarım) toprak kökenli
soil borne
(Tarım) toprak menşeli
soil borne
(Tarım) toprak kaynaklı
soil cement
(İnşaat) zemin çimento
soil class
zemin sınıfı
soil complex
(Tarım) toprak kompleksi
soil corers
uygunsuz
soil data
zemin dataları
soil ecology
(Çevre) toprak ekolojisi
soil family
(Tarım) toprak familyası
soil group
zemin grubu
soil health
(Tarım) toprak sağlığı
soil improvement
(Çevre) zemin iyileştirmesi
soil layer
zemin tabakası
soil mass
zemin kitlesi
soil mortar
toprak harç
soil phase
(Tarım) toprak fazı
soil physics
(Çevre) toprak fiziği
soil pipe
künk
soil profile
(Çevre) zemin profili
soil profile
(Tarım) toprak kesiti
soil sample
zemin numunesi
soil science
toprakbilim
soil science
(Çevre) toprak bilimi
soil series
(Tarım) toprak serisi
soil stress
zemin gerilmesi
soil survey
zemin etüdü
soil survey
(Tarım) toprak etüdü
soil survey
(Askeri) zemin incelemesi
soil swell
zemin şişmesi
soil test
(Çevre) toprak analizi
soil texture
(Çevre) toprak dokusu
soil type
(Tarım) toprak tipi
soil water
yerey suyu
soil wedge
zemin kaması
soil amelioration
toprak ıslahı
soil carrier
kir taşıyıcı
soil conditions
temel şartları
soil conditions
zemin şartları
soil conservation
toprak koruma
soil creep
yer kayması
soil drainage
toprak drenajı
soil dressing
toprak gübrelemesi
soil erosion
erozyon
soil erosion
toprak erozyonu
soil erosion
toprak aşınması
soil fertility
toprak verimliliği
soil fertilizer
gübre
soil improvement
toprak ıslahı
soil mechanics
toprak mekaniği
soil moisture
zemin rutubeti
soil moisture
toprak nemi
soil paste
toprak macunu
soil pipe
toprak künk
soil pressure
zemin basıncı
soil pressure
toprak basıncı
soil solution
toprak çözeltisi
soil structure
toprak yapısı
soil structure
zemin yapısı
soil tillage
toprağı işleme
soil acidity
toprak asiditesi
soil amendment
(Tarım) Toprağın kalitesini artırıcı katkı maddesi
soil conditions
temel şartları, zemin şartları, zemin karakteri
soil consistence
toprak kıvamı
soil consolidation
toprak konsolidasyon
soil depth
toprak derinliği
soil dynamics
Zemin dinamiği
soil exhaustion
(Toprak Bilimi) Toprak yorgunluğu
soil map
toprak haritası
soil pollution
toprak kirliliği
soil pressure
toprak basıncı, zemin basıncı
soil products office
toprak mahsulleri ofisi
soil products office
Toprak Mahsulleri Ofisi (TMO)
soil sample
toprak numunesi
soil sampler
toprak numunesi alıcısı
soil stabilization
toprak stabilizasyonu, zemin stabilizasyonu
soil structure
toprak yapısı, zemin yapısı
soil-bearing
Toprak yüküne dayanabilen
soil burying test
(Tekstil) toprakta çürüme deneyi
soil conservation
toprak korunması
soil creep
(Çevre) zemin sürüklenmesi
soil creep
zemin sünmesi
soil exploration
zemin araştırması
soil map
(Çevre) zemin haritası
soil mechanics
zemin mekaniği
soil moisture meter
(Nükleer Bilimler) toprak nemi ölçen aygıt
soil pipe
{i} lağım borusu
soil pipe
{i} pis su borusu
soil science
zemin bilmi
soil science
toprak bilmi
soil shear strength
(Askeri) TOPRAK ÇATLAMA DAYANIKLILIĞI: Toprağın çatlama stresine (gerilimine) karşı olan maksimum dayanıklılığı
soil solution
zemin solüsyonu
soil stabilization
zemin stabilizasyonu ( ıslahı )
soil with mud
çamurlamak
soft soil
yumuşak zemin
soiled
(sıfat) kirli
cohesive soil
(Jeoloji,Teknik) kohezyonlu zemin
consistency of the soil
toprak kıvamı
different kinds of soil
farklı zemin cinsleri
foreign soil
(deyim) yabancı ülke
foreign soil
(deyim) yabancı toprak
improvement of soil
(Tarım) toprağın ıslahı
kind of soil
zemin cinsi
loose soil
çürük zemin
loose soil
gevşek zemin
natural soil
doğal zemin
poor bearing soil
(İnşaat) zayıf zemin
rock soil
kayalık zemin
rock soil
kaya zemin
soiled
bulaşık
soiled
kirletilmiş
soiling
kirletme
soils
topraklar
stiff soil
sıkı zemin
stiff soil
sert zemin
structure of soil
(Çevre) zemin yapısı
sub soil
alt toprak
undisturbed soil
(Politika, Siyaset) bozulmamış toprak
virgin soil
hiç işlenmemiş toprak
acid soil
asit toprak
admissible soil pressure
kabul edilebilir zemin basıncı
adobe soil
kerpiç toprak
aeolian soil
rüzgar yığıntısı toprak
aeolian soil
rüzgâr yığıntısı toprak
alkaline soil
alkali toprak
alpine meadow soil
alp mera toprağı
anthropical soil
antropik toprak
arable soil
tarıma elverişli toprak
arable soil
sürülebilir toprak
argtllaceous soil
killi toprak
available soil moisture
elverişli toprak nemi
bearing soil
taşıyıcı zemin
bog soil
bataklık toprağı
brown forest soil
kahverengi orman toprağı
calcareous soil
kalkerli toprak
classification of soil
toprağın sınıflandırılması
clay soil
killi toprak
clayed soil
killi toprak
cold soil
soğuk toprak
colluvial soil
moloz toprak
desert soil
çöl toprağı
erodible soil
erozyona uygun toprak
fluvial soil
nehir toprağı
fluvial soil
ırmak toprağı
forest soil
orman toprağı
foundation soil
temel zemini
foundation soil
temel toprağı
immature soil
tam oluşmamış toprak
impervious soil
geçirimsiz toprak
impoverished soil
fakirleşmiş toprak
inorganic soil
inorganik toprak
mature soil
olgun toprak
mellowness of soil
toprak tavı
mineral soil
mineralli toprak
night soil
insan gübresi
night soil
geceleri boşaltılan pislik
organic soil
organik toprak
peaty soil
turbalı toprak
polygonal soil
poligonal toprak
skeletal soil
iskelet toprak
soiled
{f} kirlet
soiling
{i} lekeleme
soiling
{f} kirlet
tundra soil
tundra toprağı
work the soil
toprağı işle
Lunar soil
Ayın yüzeyi
barren soil
çorak toprak
buried soil
örtülü toprak
fluvial soil
nehir toprağı, ırmak toprağı
foundation soil
temel zemini, temel toprağı
granular soil structure
taneli toprak yapısı
heavy soil
ağır toprak
home soil
ev toprak
in a soil, the fine spaces between soil particles
Bir toprak, toprak parçacıkları arasındaki ince boşluk
loamy soil
özlü toprak
native soil
vatan topraklan
neutral soil
nötr toprak
non-soil
olmayan toprak
peat soil
turba toprak
peaty soil
turbali toprak
poor soil
fakir toprak
potting soil
toprak çömlekçilik
regenerated soil
ıslah edilmiş toprak
rooted to the soil
toprağa köklü
saline soil
tuzlu toprak
soiled
lekelenmiş
soiling
kirleterek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To dirty one's clothing by accidentally defecating while clothed
The unconsolidated mineral or organic material on the immediate surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of land plants
To make dirty
A mixture of sand and organic material, used to support plant growth
In medical terms, a bag containing soiled items
A wet or marshy place in which a boar or other such game seeks refuge when hunted
Country or territory

The refugees returned to their native soil.

reflexively: to soil oneself
The unconsolidated mineral or organic matter on the surface of the earth that has been subjected to and shows effects of genetic and environmental factors of: climate (including water and temperature effects), and macro- and microorganisms, conditioned by relief, acting on parent material over a period of time. A product-soil differs from the material from which it is derived in many physical, chemical, biological, and morphological properties and characteristics
Faeces or urine etc. when found on clothes
To make invalid, to ruin
{v} to daub, stain, pollute, fully, manure
{n} dung, compost, dirt, land, earth, country
To become soiled; as, light colors soil sooner than dark ones
Soil is comprised of small rock and mineral particles (which from the smallest to largest are clay, silt, and sand), organic material, air, moisture, and living organisms Together, air and water can make up about half the volume of healthy soil In a soil heavy with clay, water and air will have difficulty penetrating, which leaves soil organisms and plants to suffer On the other end of the spectrum, the large size of sand particles prevents them from holding water and nutrients in the soil Silt falls somewhere in between Loam soil, which is a mixture of all three , is generally accepted as a preferred growing medium
A natural, three-dimensional body at the earth's surface It is capable of supporting plants and has properties resulting from the integrated effect of climate and living matter acting on earthy parent material, as conditioned by relief over periods of time
For the purposes of the soil landscape mapping program, soil is defined as a natural body consisting of layers or horizons of mineral and/or organic constituents, of variable thickness, that differs from its parent material in morphological, physical, chemical and mineralogical properties and biological characteristics (Birkeland 1984)
unconsolidated earthy materials which are capable of supporting plants The lower limit is normally the lower limit of biological activity, which generally coincides with the common rooting of native perennial plants
The finely divided mineral material containing organic matter, water, and air on the earth's surface capable of supporting plant life
The surface layers of sand, clay, silt, and organic material on the surface of the earth that support plants Soil has properties resulting from the integrated effect of climate and living matter acting upon the soil’s parent material over time
{i} uppermost part of the earth's crust which consists of humus mixed with rocks and minerals; ground, earth, dirt; type of soil; land, country; place or condition conducive to growth; spot, stain; sewage; manure
tiny rocks, sand, silt, clay plus decomposers plus organic matter
{f} dirty, make filthy; stain; tarnish, bring shame or disgrace; become dirty
make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
Dung; fæces; compost; manure; as, night soil
Land; country
A marshy or miry place to which a hunted boar resorts for refuge; hence, a wet place, stream, or tract of water, sought for by other game, as deer
To enrich with soil or muck; to manure
A complex mixture of weathered mineral materials from rocks, partially decomposed organic molecules, and a host of living organisms
(1) In engineering, all unconsolidated material above bedrock (2) In soil science, naturally occurring layers of mineral and (or) organic constituents that differ from the underlying parent material in their physical, chemical, mineralogical, and morphological character because of pedogenic processes (3) In other words, dirt
loose upper layer of the earth in which plants grow; made up of inorganic material, organic material, air, and water
To dirty ones clothing by accidentally defecating while clothed
Layer of unconsolidated material found at the Earth's surface that has been influenced by the soil forming factors: climate, relief, parent material, time, and organisms Soil normally consists of weathered mineral particles, dead and living organic matter, air space, and the soil solution
Unconsolidated materials above bedrock
the geographical area under the jurisdiction of a sovereign state; "American troops were stationed on Japanese soil"
Soil is the substance on the surface of the earth in which plants grow. We have the most fertile soil in Europe. regions with sandy soils
material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use); "the land had never been plowed"; "good agricultural soil"
To stain or mar, as with infamy or disgrace; to tarnish; to sully
(i) The unconsolidated mineral or organic material on the immediate surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of land plants (ii) The unconsolidated mineral or organic matter on the surface of the earth that has been subjected to and shows effects of genetic and environmental factors of: climate (including water and temperature effects), and macro- and microorganisms, conditioned by relief, acting on parent material over a period of time A product-soil differs from the material from which it is derived in many physical, chemical, biological, and morphological properties and characteristics
the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
You can use soil in expressions like British soil to refer to a country's territory. The issue of foreign troops on Turkish soil is a sensitive one. = territory
The top few meters of regolith, generally including some organic matter derived from plants
If you soil something, you make it dirty. Young people don't want to do things that soil their hands He raised his eyes slightly as though her words might somehow soil him. = dirty + soiled soiled a soiled white apron. = dirty. The biologically active, porous medium that has developed in the uppermost layer of the Earth's crust. Soil serves as a natural reservoir of water and nutrients, as a medium for the filtration and breakdown of injurious wastes, and as a participant in the cycling of carbon and other elements through the global ecosystem. It has evolved through the weathering of solid materials such as consolidated rocks, sediments, glacial tills, volcanic ash, and organic matter. The bulk of soil consists of mineral particles composed of silicate ions combined with various metal ions. Organic soil content consists of undecomposed or partially decomposed biomass as well as humus, an array of organic compounds derived from broken down biomass. Free Soil Party red soil soil mechanics soil science
- A natural body synthesized over time from a mixture of inorganic and organic parent materials, now supporting living plants Soils with depth have natural horizons (layers) that give them their properties Such properties include texture, color, structure, and bulk density
the state of being covered with unclean things
To feed, as cattle or horses, in the barn or an inclosure, with fresh grass or green food cut for them, instead of sending them out to pasture; hence (such food having the effect of purging them), to purge by feeding on green food; as, to soil a horse
That which soils or pollutes; a soiled place; spot; stain
the mineral and organic material on the immediate surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of plants
The upper stratum of the earth; the mold, or that compound substance which furnishes nutriment to plants, or which is particularly adapted to support and nourish them
A layer of weathered, UNCONSOLIDATED material on top of bed rock; often also defined as containing organic matter and being capable of supporting plant growth
(1) The unconsolidated mineral material on the immediate surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of land plants (2) The unconsolidated mineral matter on the surface of the earth that has been subjected to and influenced by genetic and environmental factors of: parent material, climate (including moisture and temperature effects), macro- and microorganisms, and topography, all acting over a period of time and producing a product (soil) that differs from the material from which it is derived in many physical, chemical, biological and morphological properties, and characteristics
A complex living system consisting of weathered rock, organic matter and small living organisms It holds water and nutrients used by plants
is a natural, three-dimensional body on the earth's surface that supports plants and that has properties resulting from the integrated effect of climate and living matte acting on earthy parent material, as conditioned by relief over periods of time
Unconsolidated earth material composing the superficial geologic strata (material overlying bedrock) consisting of clay, silt, sand or gravel size particles as classified by the U S Soil Conservation Service, or a mixture of such materials with liquids, sludges or solids which is inseparable by simple mechanical removal processes and is made up primarily of soil by volume based on visual inspection
A mixture of organic and inorganic solids, air, water, and biota which exists on the earth surface above bedrock, including materials of anthropogenic sources, such as slag, sludge, etc
Unconsolidated mineral and organic material that supports, or is capable of supporting, plants, and which has recognizable properties due to the integrated effect of climate and living matter acting upon parent material, as conditioned by relief over time
To make dirty or unclean on the surface; to foul; to dirty; to defile; as, to soil a garment with dust
The naturally occurring, unconsolidated mineral or organic material at the surface of the earth that is capable of supporting plant growth It extends from the surface to 15 cm below the depth at which properties produced by soil-forming processes can be detected The soil-forming processes are an interaction between climate, living organisms, and relief acting on soil and soil parent material Unconsolidated material includes material cemented or compacted by soil-forming processes Soil may have water covering its surface to a depth of 60 cm or less in the driest part of the year
edaphic
earth
soil biochemistry
The sub-discipline of soil science that studies chemical reactions, activities and products of soil microorganisms
soil chemistry
The branch of soil science that deals with the chemical properties, constituents and reactions within soils
soil classification
The sub-discipline of soil science which deals with the systematic categorization of soils based on distinguishing characteristics developed during soil genesis as well as criteria that dictate choices in land use and soil management
soil conservation
Protection of the soil against sediment loss by erosion or fertility loss due to degradation
soil conservation
The sub-discipline of soil science that deals with soil conservation (1) and (2)
soil conservation
A combination of all soil management and land use methods that protect against degradation
soil genesis
The sub-discipline of soil science that deals with soil genesis with special reference to the soil-forming factors responsible for development of the solum, or true soil: time, parent material, topography, climate and organisms
soil genesis
The mode of soil formation
soil management
The sum total of all operations, practices and treatments used to protect soil and enhance its performance
soil mechanics
The application of mechanics (especially fluid mechanics) to soils, especially as a basis for the design and construction of building foundations and earthworks
soil mechanics and engineering
The sub-disciplines of engineering and soil science that apply engineering principles to problems involving the soil
soil microbiology
The sub-discipline of soil science which studies the functions and activities of soil-based microorganisms
soil mineralogy
The sub-discipline of soil science that studies the solid inorganic phases controlling physicochemical processes in soils and sediments
soil oneself
To lose control of one's bowels and accidentally defecate into one's clothing
soil physics
The sub-discipline of soil science that studies the physical properties of the soil, with particular emphasis on soil moisture potential, water movement and solute transport
soil pipe
A pipe that carries off liquid wastes from a toilet
soil pollution
The pollution of soil, for example by sewage or toxic chemicals

Contamination by metalliferous water.

soil science
The scientific study of the formation, classification, mapping, and the physical, chemical and biological properties of soil
soil scientist
A scientist who studies soil as a component of natural and man-made systems
soil stack
A sanitation pipe that penetrates the roof used to vent toilet fixtures
soil sterilant
A chemical that temporarily or permanently prevents the growth of all plants and animals, depending on the chemical
soil sterilants
plural form of soil sterilant
soil amendment
Substance added to soil to increase its nutritive value, friability, moisture retention, or some other aspect
Soil Association
an organization in the UK which establishes standards for organic foods, making sure that they really have been grown in a natural way that does not harm the environment. Foods that are approved of in this way can have a special Soil Association sign on the package
soil bank
land retired from crop cultivation and planted with soil-building crops; government subsidies are paid to farmers for their retired land
soil betterment
improving soil by the removal of stones from within, drainage and manuring
soil conservation
protection of soil against erosion or deterioration
soil conservation
protection of land against erosion
soil erosion
The wearing away of the soil by wind or water
soil erosion
The wearing away of the earth's surface by water, gravity, wind, and ice
soil erosion
Movement of soil due to wind, rain and related natural forces that carries surface soil downslope toward streams and on into rivers and eventually bays and the oceans
soil erosion
n: The loss of topsoil through silt-laden runoff , strong winds, or other forces that transport soil away from its natural location
soil erosion
the processes by which soil is removed from one place by forces such as wind, water, waves, glaciers, and construction activity and eventually deposited at some new place
soil erosion
Processes by which soil is removed form one place by forces such as wind, water, waves, glaciers, and construction activity and eventually deposited at some new place
soil erosion
the washing away of soil by the flow of water
soil erosion
Transport of soil mineral particles and organic matter by wind, flowing water, or both Human activities that disturb the soil surface or remove vegetation can enhance this natural process
soil erosion
The process by which vital topsoil is lost (mainly blown away by wind or washed by rain), having been loosened by such activities as deforestation or inappropriate farming Eroded land may become barren
soil erosion
Wearing away and loss of topsoil, principally by wind and running water
soil erosion
washing away of soil, sweeping away of soil
soil horizon
a layer in a soil profile
soil improvement
improving soil by the removal of stones from within, drainage and manuring
soil mechanics
Study of soils and their utilization, especially in planning foundations for structures and highways. How the soil of a given site will support the weight of structures or respond to movement in the course of construction depends on a number of properties (e.g., compressibility, elasticity, and permeability). Examination techniques include trench-digging, boring, and pumping samples to the surface with water. Seismic testing and measurement of electrical resistance also yield helpful information. In road construction, soil mechanics helps determine which type of pavement (rigid or flexible) will last longer. The study of soil characteristics is also used to choose the most suitable method for excavating underground tunnels. See also foundation, settling
soil moisture
Water diffused in the soil
soil moisture
(Soil water) Water diffused in the soil, the upper part of the zone of aeration from which water is discharged by the transpiration of plants or by soil evaporation See Field-moisture capacity and Field-moisture deficiency
soil moisture
Water diffused in the soil It is found in the upper part of the zone of aeration from which water is discharged by transpiration from plants or by soil evaporation
soil moisture
Water stored in or at the land surface and available for evaporation
soil moisture
Moisture contained in the soil above the water table, including water vapor which is present in the soil pores In some cases this term refers strictly to the humidity contained in the root zone of plants
soil moisture
The water contained in the pore space of the unsaturated zone
soil moisture
Water diffused in the upper part of the soil mantle that is lost by the transpiration of plants or by soil evaporation
soil moisture
Data indicating the moisture content of the soil and, conversely, how much may be absorbed by the soil The amount of water not absorbed runs off the land into streams
soil one's hands with
get one's hands dirty, humiliate oneself
soil pipe
{i} drain pipe that carries liquid wastes from toilets
soil pipe
A drainpipe that carries off wastes from a plumbing fixture, especially from a toilet
soil pipe
A pipe or drain for carrying off night soil
soil pipe
drain that conveys liquid waste from toilets, etc
soil profile
The vertical arrangement of soil horizons down to the parent material or to bedrock Commonly subdivided into A, B, and C horizons Source (1) The geologic structure that generates a particular earthquake (2) The explosion used to generate acoustic or seismic waves Source function The ground motion generated at the fault during rupture, usually as predicted by a theoretical model and represented by a time history or spectrum The terms Brune spectrum, Aki spectrum, and Haskel model refer to varying representations of the source function, each based on different assumptions, as devised by the scientist for which the model is named
soil profile
a vertical cross section of a soil from the surface through all its horizons
soil profile
The "face" of a soil when it has been cut vertically that shows the individual horizons and soil properties with depth
soil profile
A vertical section of soil Starting at the surface, it shows the sequence of individual layers (or horizons)
soil profile
a vertical section of soil from the ground surface to the parent rock
soil profile
A vertical section of the earth's highly weathered upper surface often showing several distinct layers, or horizons
soil profile
A vertical strip of soil stretching from the surface down to the bedrock and including all of the successive soil horizons
soil profile
A two-dimensional view of the soil from the earth's surface down to and including the parent material
soil profile
the succession of distinctive layers in a soil from the surface down to the bedrock
soil profile
A vertical section of a soil through all its horizons and extending into the parent material
soil profile
Vertical arrangement of layers or horizons in a soil
soil profile
The set of observable horizontal layers in a vertical cross section of soil
soil profile
A vertical cross-section of a given soil, showing the different layers or horizons, if present
soil profile
the description of the various layers, known as soil horizons, present in soil at a particular geographic location
soil profile
A vertical cross-section of soil layers constitutes the soil profile, which is composed of three major layers designated, A, B, and C horizons The A and B horizons are layers that have been modified by weathering, while the C horizon is unaltered by soil-forming processes
soil profile
The vertical arrangement of layers of soil down to the bedrock
soil science
Scientific discipline that investigates soils as primary natural resources at the surface of the Earth. It includes the subdisciplines of pedology (study of soil formation and classification), soil biology (study of soil organisms), soil chemistry, and soil physics
desert soil
A soil variety typically found in arid climates, usually with little leaching and minimal humus content. Referred to as an "aridisol" in the nomenclature of the United States Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service
fill soil
Soil used for filling, that is, found within or contemporaneously placed within a cavity, or a supply of soil for use as fill
native soil
Source, place of origin, principal location, or natural habitat

An innate passion for all that was thus distinguished and exceptional made her revere Hillbridge as the native soil of those intellectual amenities that were of such difficult growth in the thin air of East Onondaigua.

native soil
The country or geographical region where one was born or which one considers to be one's true homeland

Nawaz Sharif, two-time Prime Minister of Pakistan, had planned a triumphant return to his native soil nearly seven years after choosing exile.

night soil
Human faeces

The flow of nitrogen from night-soil in rural China is valuable, whereas human excrement in an urban center is a pollution problem.

night soil man
A person whose occupation it was to collect the contents of chamber pots (faeces) in the morning from domestic households, principally in the 18th and 19th centuries
night soil men
plural form of night soil man
night-soil
Alternative spelling of night soil
soiled
Simple past tense and past participle of soil
swelling soil
Soils that contain clay minerals which absorb water and as a result swell causing bumps across terrain. The most common mineral that causes swelling soil is Smectite (montmorillonite)
soiled
past of soil
soiled
dirty
soiled
soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime; "dirty unswept sidewalks"; "a child in dirty overalls"; "dirty slums"; "piles of dirty dishes"; "put his dirty feet on the clean sheet"; "wore an unclean shirt"; "mining is a dirty job"; "Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves"
soiled
{s} dirty, filthy; stained; tarnished, disgraced
soiling
the act of soiling something
soiling
present participle of soil
soiling
{i} act of making something dirty; act of feeding green fodder to livestock in the barn (Agriculture); encopresis, unintentional excretion of feces, intentional or involuntary excretion of stools by children who are over the age of four causing soiling of clothes (Medicine)
soils
third-person singular of soil
soils
plural of soil
soily
Dirty; soiled
soil

    التركية النطق

    soyl

    المتضادة

    clean

    النطق

    /ˈsoil/ /ˈsɔɪl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'soi(&)l ] (verb.) 13th century. From Middle English soile, soyle, sule (“ground, earth”), partly from Anglo-Norman soyl (“bottom, ground, pavement”), from Latin solium (“seat, threshold, place”), mistaken for Latin solum (“ground, foundation, earth, sole of the foot”); and partly from Old English sol (“mud, mire, wet sand”), from Proto-Germanic *sulan (“mud, spot”), from Proto-Indo-European *sūl- (“thick liquid”). Cognate with Middle Low German söle (“dirt, mud”), Middle Dutch sol (“dirt, filth”), Middle High German sol, söl (“dirt, mud, mire”), Danish søle (“mud, muck”). See also sole.

    الازمنة

    soils, soiling, soiled

    رصف المشتركة

    soil erosion

    كلمة اليوم

    etiolate
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