stew

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} yahni

Yahniye çok fazla havuç koydun. - You put too many carrots in the stew.

Bu yahni biraz fazla tuzlu. - This stew is a little too salty.

{i} güveç

Tom akşam yemeği için güveç yaptı. - Tom made stew for dinner.

Mary güveç pişiriyor ve Tom bir salata yapıyor. - Mary is cooking stew and Tom is making a salad.

{i} genelev
{i} etli/sebzeli sulu yemek
{i} kapama
{i} endişe
{i} istiridye havuzu
{f} kısık ateşte pişirmek
{i} balıkları canlı saklama havuzu
{f} kapağı kapalı ve ağır ateşte pişirmek
hafifçe ateşte kaynatmak
üzüntü
yavaş yavaş pişirmek
{f} kendi suyunda pişirmek
{f} yavaş yavaş pişir
hafif ateşte kaynatmak
türlü
heyecan
telaş
{f} sıcaktan boğulmak
{f} sıcak basmak
{f} over k.dili. hakkında endişe etmek, -i dert etmek; -in yüzünden telaşa düşmek
{f} hafif ateşte kaynatmak; kaynamak
{f} endişelenmek
stew of lamb
kapama
stew over
türlü
stew over
yahni
stew over
güveç
stew in one's own juice
yaptığının cezasını çekmek
stew meat
yahni
stew pan
güveç
stew pot
güveç pot
stew in
(deyim) stew in one's own juice [kd] basina actigi derde yanmak
stew in one's own juice
ne hali varsa görmek
stew in one's own juice
kendi edip kendi bulmak
stew in one's own juice
(deyim) kendi haline bırakılmak
stewed
fazla demlenmiş
stewed
ağır ateşte pişirilmiş
fish stew
(Gıda) balık buğulama
fish stew
(Gıda) balık yahnisi
lamb stew with new onions
(Gıda) kapama
lamb stew with vegetables
(Gıda) türlü
lamb stew with vegetables
(Gıda) tas kebabı
lamb stew with vegetables
(Gıda) islim kebabı
stewed
fitil gibi
stewed
haşlama
stewing
pişirerek
vegetable stew
(Gıda) bastı
stewed
pişirilmiş
stewed
{f} pişir
stewing
{i} pişirme
stewing
{f} pişir
turkey stew
hindi haşlama
He/She can stew in his/her own juice!
k. dili Ne hali varsa görsün!
chicken stew
tavuk güveç
mulligan stew
Mulligan güveç
veal stew
dana yahni
He/She can stew in
{k} Ne hali varsa görsün!
Irish stew
patatesli ve soğanlı koyun pirzolası
be in a stew
etekleri tutuşmak
be in a stew
{k} telaş/endişe içinde olmak
beef stew
sığır eti güveç
celery stew
(Gıda) etil kereviz
chicken and vegetable stew
(Gıda) sebzeli piliç güveçi
get in a stew
{k} telaşa/endişeye düşmek
in a stew
etekleri tutuşarak
in a stew
{k} (deyim) heyecanla,telasla,aceleyle
lamb stew
kuzu güveç
let him stew in his own juice
ne hali varsa görsün
let him stew in his own juice
(isim) hali varsa görsün
mutton stew with garlic
(Gıda) çoban kebabı
mutton stew with white beans
(Gıda) kuru fasulye yahnisi
oyster stew
istiridye güveç
rabbit stew
tavşan güveç
stewed
küfelik
stewed
yahni
stewed
{s} sarhoş
summer vegetable stew
(Gıda) yaz türlüsü
to be in a stew
paçaları tutuşmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A diminutive of the male given name Stewart
To brew (tea) for too long, so that the flavour becomes too strong
A steward or stewardess on an airplane

Dallas was also becoming known as a stew zoo because so many flight attendants were relocating there to work for Southwest, Braniff, and American Airlines.

A pool in which fish are kept in preparation for eating
To suffer under uncomfortably hot conditions
A heated bath-room or steam-room; also, a hot bath

Sir Launcelot wente into the chambir, that was as hote as ony styew.

A cooking-dish used for boiling; a cauldron
To cook (food) by slowly boiling or simmering
A brothel

Although whores were permitted to sit at the door of the stew, they could not solicit in any way nor ‘chide or throw stones’ at passers-by.

To be in a state of elevated anxiety or consideration
A dish cooked by stewing

I noticed then that there was nothing to drink on the table but brandy, and nothing to eat but salted herrings, and a hot, sickly, highly peppered stew.

{v} to dress, to seeth or be seethed slowly
{n} a food, brothel, hothouse, small pond
Cook in a liquid just deep enough to cover food
To cook in a liquid that is below the boiling point
{f} cook at a slow boil, simmer; be cooked at a slow boil; worry, be anxious, fret (Informal); swelter, suffer from heat or humidity (Informal)
(1) To simmer a food or foods in a small amount of liquid that is usually served with the food as a sauce (2) A dish cooked by stewing, usually one in which the main ingredients are cut in small pieces
food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine"
A dish prepared by stewing; as, a stewof pigeons
bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings
A place of stewing or seething; a place where hot bathes are furnished; a hothouse
To cook slowly in small amount of liquid over a long period of time Stiff Peaks The peaks of whipped cream or egg whites that hold a point after beating when the beaters are slowly raised Stir To incorporate ingredients with a spoon to prevent them from sticking during cooking or to cool them after cooking To combine ingredients with a circular motion until uniform in consistency
To slowly cook food in a small amount of liquid, usually in a coveredpan, for a long period of time
A state of agitating excitement; a state of worry; confusion; as, to be in a stew
agitation resulting from active worry; "don't get in a stew"; "he's in a sweat about exams"
A small pond or pool where fish are kept for the table; a vivarium
To cook food gently in simmering liquid, often in a covered pan
To cook covered over low heat in a liquid
food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables
When you stew meat, vegetables, or fruit, you cook them slowly in liquid in a closed dish. Stew the apple and blackberries to make a thick pulp
To be seethed or cooked in a slow, gentle manner, or in heat and moisture
{i} dish of meat and vegetables that is cooked by simmering; state of worry or confusion, agitated state; whorehouse, brothel (Archaic)
A prostitute
An artificial bed of oysters
To boil slowly or with simmering heat
cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine"
(verb) A method of cooking in which food--usually meat and vegetables--is covered with liquid and cooked slowly for a long period of time Recipe: Brunswick Stew
To boil slowly, or with the simmering or moderate heat; to seethe; to cook in a little liquid, over a gentle fire, without boiling; as, to stew meat; to stew oysters; to stew apples
A stew is a meal which you make by cooking meat and vegetables in liquid at a low temperature. She served him a bowl of beef stew They made a stew
A brothel; usually in the plural
be in a huff; be silent or sullen
food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine" bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings
stew in one's juices
To be alone and self-absorbed in an uncomfortable state of mind, especially while experiencing the unpleasant effects of one's own actions

Unable to run around a field or court, these golfers are stewing in their juices, he said. 'They have nowhere to go but think about what might happen, he added.

stew in one's own broth
Alternative form of stew in one's juices
stew in one's own grease
Alternative form of stew in one's juices
stew in one's own juices
Alternative form of stew in one's juices
stew in one's own juice
be in the situation that one has created for oneself; brood over one's anger or dissatisfaction
stew meat
tough meat that needs stewing to be edible
stew meat
Stew meat is the same as stewing steak
horse and rabbit stew
A mixture of the crude and the delicate in grossly unequal quantities, with the crude overwhelmingly dominant
mulligan stew
A stew made of whatever ingredients are handy and appropriate for stew, rather than of specific ingredients
stewed
Simple past tense and past participle of stew
stewing
{n} the act of seething over a slow fire
Brunswick stew
A stew that usually contains chicken and rabbit or squirrel meat cooked with vegetables
Irish stew
stew of boiled meat and vegetables
Irish stew
A stew of meat and vegetables. a dish of meat, potatoes, and onions boiled together
beef stew
a stew made with beef
brunswick stew
spicy Southern specialty: chicken (or small game) with corn and tomatoes and lima beans and okra and onions and potatoes
chicken stew
a stew made with chicken
fish stew
a stew made with fish
irish stew
meat (especially mutton) stewed with potatoes and onions
lobster stew
diced lobster meat in milk or cream
mulligan stew
Irish version of burgoo
mulligan stew
A stew made of bits of various meats and vegetables
oyster stew
oysters in cream
stewed
Bitter from having been steeped too long
stewed
A taste of coffee infusion that has been heated after cooling and lost its initial aroma
stewed
cooked in hot water
stewed
Having been cooked by slowly boiling or simmering. See stew
stewed
{s} drunk (Slang)
stewed
Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol
stewed
past of stew
stewing
present participle of stew
stewing
A process used by maltsters to create specialty caramelized malts
stewing
cooking in a boiling liquid
stewing
To simmer food slowly in a covered pan or casserole
stewing
an extreme state of worry and agitation; "his stewing over the fight kept him awake most of the night
stewing
Cooking food by boiling it or allowing it to simmer in a small amount of liquid over direct heat
stewing
an extreme state of worry and agitation; "his stewing over the fight kept him awake most of the night"
stews
plural of stew
turkey stew
a stew made with turkey
stew
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