listen to the pronunciation of balsamic
İngilizce - Türkçe
belesan ile ilgili
{s} kokulu

Tom Modena'da bir şişe kokulu sirke aldı. - Tom bought a bottle of balsamic vinegar in Modena.

{s} yumuşatıcı
{s} huzur veren
{s} belesan yağı içeren
{s} dinlendirici
balsamic vinegar
balsamik sirke
İngilizce - İngilizce
Producing balsam
Having the health-giving properties of balsam; soothing, restorative
Having the pleasant odour of balsam; balmy, fragrant

he stood in the road, fragrant with the odor of the azaleas in the undergrowth and the balsamic breath of the low-hanging firs, which were all fibrously a-glitter wherever the moon touched the dew in the dense midst of their shadows.

{n} a healing softening medicine
{a} healing, mitigating, unctuous, soft
Having the qualities of balsam; containing, or resembling, balsam; soft; mitigative; soothing; restorative
heals or soothes inflammation biliary deobsturent- promote the flow of bile bitters- a bitter principle acts on the mucous membranes of the mouth and stomach to increase digestive function, releasing gastrin Useful for treating anorexia, dyspepsia, fever managment, food allergies, gall bladder disease, liver disease hypoglycaemia and late onset diabetes blepharitis- inflammation of the eyelids braycardia- abnormally slow heartbeat
A resinous, viscous liquid used to heal or soothe skin
of or relating to or containing balsam; "a balsamic fragrance"
A healing or soothing agent
of or relating to or containing balsam; "a balsamic fragrance
Relating to balsam
{s} of balsam, producing balsam; having the scent of balsam (aromatic resinous sap)
balsamic vinegar
A dark, sweet vinegar, made from reduced white wine, that has been matured in wooden barrels, the resins of which contribute to its flavour; especially such a vinegar from Modena in Italy
balsamic vinegars
plural form of balsamic vinegar
balsamic vinegar
{i} very strong dark sweet Italian vinegar
balsamic vinegar
Balsamic vinegar is an aged reduction of white sweet grapes (Trebbiano for red and Spergola for white sauvignon) that are boiled to a syrup The grapes are cooked very slowly in copper cauldrons over an open flame until the water content is reduced by over 50% The resulting "grape must" is placed into wooden barrels and an older balsamic vinegar is added to assist in the acetification Each year the vinegar is transferred to different wood barrels so that the vinegar can obtain some of the flavors of the different woods The only approved woods are oak, cherry, chestnut, mulberry, cacia, juniper, and ash Balsamic vinegar can only be produced in the regions of Modena and Reggio in Italy
balsamic vinegar
is an Italian vinegar made from white Trebbiano grape juice with its color and pungent sweetness from aging barrels
balsamic vinegar
Balsamic vinegar is a type of vinegar which tastes sweet and is made from grape juice. a type of dark-coloured vinegar that has a strong taste
balsamic vinegar
red-brown Italian vinegar that has a sweet-sour flavor; made from white Trebbiano grapes and aged in wooden barrels; white balsamic vinegar is made from Italian white wine vinegar and the boiled down musts (crushed pulp and skins) of white grapes
balsamic vinegar
A wonderfully fragrant vinegar made from the juice of Trebbiano grapes The juice is then heated and aged in wooden barrels, evaporating and concentrating in flavor The resulting vinegar is deep rich brown with a sweet and sour flavor Well aged balsamic vinegars are very costly, some reaching an astronomical $200 an ounce Most balsamic vinegars found in the US are not "aceto balsamico tradizionale", but un aged balsamic vinegar These vinegars lack in body and flavor that the well-aged balsamic vinegars possess, yet have a fair sweet and sour balance of flavor not found in any other vinegars
balsamic vinegar
An Italian vinegar made from white Trebbiano grape juice This fine vinegar gets part of its flavor from aging in wooden barrels over a period of years