bolognese

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bolonez
bolognese sauce
Bolognese sos
bologna
sucuk

Sucuklu sandviçlerden nefret ederim. - I hate bologna sandwiches.

spaghetti bolognese
spagetti Bolognese
İngilizce - İngilizce
made from minced veal, pork and beef, onions, garlic, tomato, bay leaf, carrot and celery and wine
made from minced meat, tomato and any combination of other ingredients
of or relating to the city of Bologna or its inhabitants
A dish served with bolognese
An Italian sauce made of ground meat and tomato
{s} pertaining to or originating in Bologna (Italy); with ground meat and tomato; with bolognese sauce
{i} family name; spaghetti bolognese, pasta or spaghetti with ground meat and tomato sauce; native of Bologna
Of or pertaining to Bologna
A native of Bologna
bolognian
Bolognese sauce
{i} Italia sauce made of ground meat and tomato
Bolognese school
Works produced and theories expounded by the Academy of the Progressives, founded in Bologna 1582 by Lodovico, Agostino, and Annibale Carracci. In reaction against Mannerism, they advocated drawing directly from life. Among their leading students were Domenichino and Guido Reni. Their clear, simple pictures accorded well with the artistic demands of the Counter-Reformation, which wanted works of art to be immediately comprehensible. What began as a regional movement became one of the most influential forces in 17th-century art
bolognese pasta sauce
sauce for pasta; contains mushrooms and ham and chopped vegetables and beef and tomato paste
Bologna
A city, the capital of Bologna also of Emilia-Romagna
bolognese.
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spaghetti bolognese
A dish of spaghetti with a bolognese sauce
spaghetti bolognese
{i} type of Italian food which consists of narrow pasta with ground beef
Bologna
{i} city in northern Italy
Bologna
the capital city of Emilia-Romagna in north central Italy, built below a group of mountains called the Apennines. a type of cooked meat often eaten in sandwiches (Bologna Italian city). City (pop., 2001 prelim.: 369,955), capital of Emilia-Romagna region, northern Italy. Located north of Florence, it lies at the northern foot of the Apennines. Originally the Etruscan town of Felsina, it became a Roman military colony 190 BC. It was subject to the Byzantine exarchate of Ravenna from the 6th century AD. It became a free commune in the 12th century. Incorporated into the Papal States in 1506, it was the scene of the crowning of Charles V in 1530. After a brief period of French occupation, it was restored to the Papal States in 1815, and in 1861 it was united to the Kingdom of Italy. The University of Bologna is Europe's oldest university. The city is a road and rail centre for traffic between northern and southern Italy. It is the site of excellent medieval and Renaissance architecture and is famous for its cuisine. It was governed by communists in the second half of the 20th century
Bologna
A province of Emilia-Romagna, Italy
bologna
A city of Italy which has given its name to various objects
bologna
A fully cooked, mild seasoned sausage made from beef and/or pork
bologna
A Bologna sausage
bologna
Bologna is an ancient Italian city, a former Etruscan town, located at the foot of the Appenines Bologna lies 51 miles northeast of Florence on the route across northern Italy In the 12th century it was incorporated as a free commune and is the seat of the oldest European University Its major church, San Petronio, dates from the 14th century [Chapter 27]
bologna
the capital of Emilia-Romagna; located in northern Italy east of the Apennines
bologna
large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork the capital of Emilia-Romagna; located in northern Italy east of the Apennines
bologna
large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork
bologna
{i} smoked sausage made of a mixture of meats; lunch meat made out of a few kinds of processed meat
bologna
Large smoked sausage of veal, pork and seasoning from Bologna; Bolony, Polony
bologna
a smoked, seasoned Italian sausage made from beef, pork or veal
bolognese