birch

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} huş ağacı

Bahçemizde bir huş ağacı vardı ama öldü. - There was a birch tree in our garden, but it died.

Huş ağacının beyaz bir kabuğu var. - The birch has white bark.

değnekle vurmak
kamçılamak
{f} değnekle vur
vurmak
dövmek
{f} sopayla dövmek
bu ağacın kerestesi
bu ağaçtan yapılmış falaka değneği
{f} sopalamak
i., bot. huş, Betula
bu denekle sopa atmak
huş ağaç

Huş ağaçlarının beyaz kabuğu var. - Birch trees have white bark.

sopayla döv
{i} huş ağacından sopa
{i} falaka sopası
huş ağacı,v.değnekle vur: n.huş ağacı
dökmek
huş

Huş ağacı yaprakları zaten sarardı. - The birch leaves have already turned yellow.

Huş ağaçlarının beyaz kabuğu var. - Birch trees have white bark.

birch panel
Huş panel
birch bark
huş ağacı kabuğu
birch tree
huş ağacı
birch wood
huş ağaç
birch mouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) huş faresi
birch ply.
gürgen kontraplak
birch rod
falaka sopası
birch rod
sopa (dayaklık)
silver birch
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) huş ağacı
silver birch
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kayın ağacı
black birch
kara huş
black birch
kara kayın
gray birch
amerikan kayın ağacı
birching
dayak
black birch
kara huş, kara kayın
weeping birch
huş ağlayan
birching
sopalama
white birch
(Tekstil) akça ağaç
İngilizce - İngilizce
to punish with a stick, bundle of twigs, or rod made of birch wood
a stick, rod or bundle of twigs made from birch wood, used for punishment
a hard wood taken from the birch tree, typically used to make furniture
any of various trees of the genus Betula, native to countries in the northern hemisphere
to punish as though one were using a stick, bundle of twigs, or rod made of birch wood
{n} the name of a tree, a rod made of birch
{a} made of birch
alba) (also called silver birch and lady birch); the dwarf birch (B
To whip with a birch rod or twig; to flog
bundle of birch twigs used to hit people as punishment any betulaceous tree or shrub of the genus Betula having a thin peeling bark hard close-grained wood of any of various birch trees; used especially in furniture and interior finishes and plywood whip with a birch twig consisting of or made of wood of the birch tree
whip with a birch twig
glandulosa); the paper or canoe birch (B
{i} type of tree; bundle of birch twigs used for whipping
bundle of birch twigs used to hit people as punishment
A birch is a type of tall tree with thin branches. to hit someone with a birch sticks as an official punishment. Any of about 40 species of short-lived ornamental and timber trees and shrubs of the genus Betula, the largest genus of the family Betulaceae, which also contains alders, filberts, Carpinus (hornbeam), and the genera Ostrya and Ostryopsis. Birches are found throughout cool regions of the Northern Hemisphere; other members of the family Betulaceae are found in temperate and subarctic areas of the Northern Hemisphere, in tropical mountains, and in South America through the Andes as far south as Argentina. Leaves are simple, serrate, and alternate; male and female flowers (catkins) are borne on the same plant. The fruit is a small nut or short-winged samara (dry, winged fruit). Birches produce economically important timber. Oil obtained from birch twigs smells and tastes like wintergreen and is used in tanning Russian leather (see tanning)
The gum of the birch bark appears to have been used a chewing gum during the Neolithic See Plants
any betulaceous tree or shrub of the genus Betula having a thin peeling bark
lenta
A birch-bark canoe
Of or pertaining to the birch; birchen
The wood or timber of the birch
papyracea); the yellow birch (B
hard close-grained wood of any of various birch trees; used especially in furniture and interior finishes and plywood
{f} whip with a birch rod
consisting of or made of wood of the birch tree
A birch twig or birch twigs, used for flogging
lutea); the black or cherry birch (B
Bark, leaves, sap Betulin, creosol, creosote, guaiacol, methyl salicylate, phenol Acts as a diuretic, lessens inflammation, and relieves pain Good for joint pain and urinary tract infections Applied externally, is good for boils and sores
A tree that grows in northern countries The wood is hard and pale brownish yellow in color, dense and somewhat heavy Even though hard, it is easy to carve Birch bark is waterproof because of its natural waxes
(by birch; 12 terms defined Last modified 1/31/2003 12: 31: 00 PM )household glossary
A tree of several species, constituting the genus Betula; as, the white or common birch B
birk
birch beer
A sweetened, non-alcoholic, sparkling beverage with a wintergreen flavor, traditionally made from the oil of the sweet birch
birch bolete
A common name for Leccinum scabrum, an edible mushroom
birch bracket
A polypore that grows almost exclusively on birch trees
birch bark
a canoe made with the bark of a birch tree
birch beer
A carbonated soft drink flavored with herb extracts, traditionally of birch tree bark
birch beer
carbonated drink containing an extract from bark of birch trees
birch leaf miner
small black sawfly native to Europe but established in eastern United States; larvae mine the leaves of birches causing serious defoliation
birching
A beating with a birch
birching
Present participle of birch
black birch
A tree of the species Betula lenta, with a dark bark resembling a cherry tree's and an aromatic bark and sap used for birch beer
cherry birch
A tree of the species Betula lenta, with a dark bark resembling a cherry tree's and an aromatic bark and sap used for birch beer
dwarf birch
A species of birch in the family Betulaceae, native to arctic and cool temperate regions of northern Europe, northern Asia and northern North America; Betula nana
northern birch mouse
A rodent in the Dipodidae family, Sicista betulina
silver birch
A European deciduous tree, Betula pendula, characterised by white peeling bark and drooping branches
sweet birch
A tree of the species Betula lenta, with a dark bark resembling a cherry tree's and an aromatic bark and sap used for birch beer
yellow birch
A species of birch native to North America, scientific name Betula alleghaniensis
American white birch
small American birch with peeling white bark often worked into e g baskets or toy canoes
John Birch Society
a very right-wing organization started in the US during the 1950s to fight Communism. Organization founded in 1958 by Robert H. Welch, Jr. (1899-1985), a retired American candymaker, to combat communism and promote ultraconservative causes. It was named for an American missionary and army intelligence officer killed by Chinese Communists in 1945, considered by the society the first hero of the Cold War. Its membership reached more than 70,000 in the 1960s. Its many publications warned of communist infiltration of the U.S. government and called for the impeachment of officials such as Earl Warren. The New American is the organization's biweekly magazine
american white birch
baskets or toy canoes
american white birch
small American birch with peeling white bark often worked into e
birches
plural of birch
birching
{i} whipping, beating
black birch
birch of swamps and river bottoms throughout the eastern United States having reddish-brown bark
downy birch
European birch with dull white to pale brown bark and somewhat drooping hairy branches
gray birch
medium-sized birch of eastern North America having white or pale gray bark and valueless wood; occurs often as a second-growth forest tree
newfoundland dwarf birch
small shrub of colder parts of North America and Greenland
paper birch
A North American birch tree (Betula papyrifera) having paperlike white bark used to make baskets, toy canoes, and other articles. Also called canoe birch. Ornamental, shade, and timber tree (Betula papyrifera) of the birch family, native to northern and central North America. Also called canoe birch, silver birch, or white birch, it is one of the best-known birches. The smooth, varicolored or white bark of young trees peels horizontally in thin sheets, which once were used as writing surfaces as well as for roofing, canoes, and shoes. The water-impervious bark, which burns even when wet, is a boon to campers and hikers
red birch
birch of swamps and river bottoms throughout the eastern United States having reddish-brown bark
river birch
A deciduous eastern North American tree (Betula nigra) having reddish-brown to silver-gray bark that peels off in papery flakes. Also called black birch
river birch
birch of swamps and river bottoms throughout the eastern United States having reddish-brown bark
silver birch
European birch with silvery white peeling bark and markedly drooping branches
silver birch
A silver birch is a tree with a greyish-white trunk and branches. a type of tree that has a smooth silvery-white trunk and branches
swamp birch
birch of western United States resembling the paper birch but having brownish bark
sweet birch
common birch of the eastern United States having spicy brown bark yielding a volatile oil and hard dark wood used for furniture
white birch
Any of several birch trees having white bark, as Betula pendula of Europe or the paper birch B. papyrifera of North America
white birch
European birch with dull white to pale brown bark and somewhat drooping hairy branches
yellow birch
tree of eastern North America with thin lustrous yellow or gray bark
yellow birch
A North American deciduous tree (Betula alleghaniensis) having aromatic twigs, yellowish bark that peels off in thin flakes, and hard, light-colored wood used for furniture and flooring
yukon white birch
Alaskan birch with white to pale brown bark
birch

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    [ 'b&rch ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English birce, bierce, beorc; cognate with West Frisian bjirk, Dutch berk, German Birke, Danish birk, Swedish björk, Norwegian bjerk.

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