bouquet

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İngilizce - Türkçe
şarap koku
{i} buket

Bay Yamada sekreterine doğum gününde bir buket çiçek gönderdiği için çok düşünceliydi. - It was very considerate of Mr. Yamada to send his secretary a bouquet of flowers on her birthday.

Oğlan hoşlandığı kıza bir buket gül vereceğini, onunla konuşacağını ve onu bir kahve içmeye davet edeceğini belirtti. - The boy stated that he would give a bouquet of roses to the girl that he liked, talk with her, and invite her to have a coffee.

{i} demet

Ne tür bir buket istersiniz? Ben bir demet gül istiyorum! - What kind of bouquet would you like? I would like a bunch of roses!

(şarap) koku
{i} bir şaraba özgü koku
{i} övgü
{i} iltifat
övgü/buket
{i} şarap kokusu
{i} çiçek demeti
{i} kompliman
{i} deste
bouquet mine
(Askeri) demet mayın
receive a bouquet
bir buket alabilirsiniz
i would like a bouquet of red roses
bir buket kırmızı gül rica ediyorum
İngilizce - İngilizce
The scent of a particular wine

This Bordeaux has an interesting bouquet.

A bunch of flowers

For my birthday I received two bouquets.

The odors developed through the aging process as distinguished from the fruity/spicy aroma of the grape
Includes all the different smells of a wine Aroma concerns young wines and bouquet matured wines
A combination of wine odors - that of the grape variety (see "aroma"), plus others that develop in the wine during fermentation and aging in oak
The total aromatic profile created by the sensations of gases and vapors on the olfactory membranes as a result of the volatile organic compounds present in the fragrance, aroma, nose, and aftertaste of coffee
The smell that a wine develops after it has been bottled and aged Most appropriate for mature wines that have developed complex flavors beyond basic young fruit and oak aromas The usage seems to be somewhat out of fashion with aroma getting the modern nod in usage
an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
The smell of a wine
A French term for the aroma of a wine The bouquet is often the first indicator of a wine's quality during wine tasting Aromas may include fruit, spice, and other smells associated with a particular grape variety, region, or condition of the wine The bouquet of a Merlot, for example, will often contain aromas of raspberry and cassis (black currant)
A combination of wine odors--that of the grape variety (see "aroma"), plus others that develop in the wine during fermentation and aging in oak
Near synonym for "aroma" Term generally restricted to description of odors from poured bottled wines
Smell of a wine
A nosegay; a bunch of flowers
The complex of aromas that develops with age in fine wines; young wines have aroma, not bouquet
Near synonym for "aroma" Term generally restricted to description of odours from poured bottled wines
{i} bunch of flowers, nosegay; fragrance of a wine; compliment
an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present
A tasting term used to describe the smell of the wine as it matures in the bottle Aroma denotes the smell of the grape
The fragrance, aroma, nose and aftertaste of brewed coffee
A bouquet is a bunch of flowers which is attractively arranged. The woman carried a bouquet of dried violets
The bouquet of something, especially wine, is the pleasant smell that it has. a Sicilian wine with a light red colour and a bouquet of cloves. = fragrance
The fragrant impression left after nosing a beverage
A French term for the aroma or smell of a wine This is often the first indicator of a wine's quality during tasting Bouquets may include fruit, spice, or other aromas associated with a particular grape variety, region, or condition of a wine
The collection of smells, usually floral, that a drinker smells before tasting the beer Sometimes described as the combination of hop character, malt aroma, and fruitiness produced from esters that are formed by the yeast during fermentation
A collection of services marketed as a single entity
Scent quality of the wine
The various fragrances noted by small, created by the development of wine from the fermentation and aging process, whether in barrel or bottle
A perfume; an aroma; as, the bouquet of wine
all the scents and fragrances of a wine after its maturing period
The aroma of a wine, beyond simple fruitiness
a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
A collection of digital multimedia services marketed as a single package, often transmitted in a single data stream See also Digital Multiplexing
bouquet garni
A mixture of herbs or dried herbs placed in a small bag, used as a flavouring for stews, soups and sauces
bouquet garni
Sprigs and/or leaves of herbs--usually bay leaves, parsley, and thyme--either tied together or placed in a cheesecloth bag Bouquet garni is used to flavor broth, soups, and stews Recipe: Basic Vegetable Stock
bouquet garni
A cluster of herbs that is tied together and used for
bouquet garni
A French-invented sachet of herbs, traditionally tied together, but now sold in small muslin bags Usually includes parsley, thyme, a bay leaf and some rosemary, but may also include marjoram, garlic, rosemary, etc Variations may include fennel, leeks, celery leaves, citrus rinds, garlic and black pepper Added to stews, soups and sauces for flavoring; the bundle is easily removed when desired
bouquet garni
is a term applied to blends of herbs wrapped in cheesecloth bags or between two pieces of celery The idea is to flavor without allowing specks of herb in the dish A string long enough to tie around a pot handle allows removal of the herbs The best-known bouquet is made up of parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme The herbs can be fresh or dried
bouquet garni
A bunch of herbs, inducing parsley, thyme, marjoram, bay etc , tied with string; or a ready made mixture of herbs in a muslin bag Used for flavouring soups and stews
bouquet garni
Type: Herb blend Description: Small bundle of herbs (parsley, thyme and bay leaves make classic combination) tied together or wrapped in a cheesecloth bag and placed in soups and stews to add flavor Flavor: Herb blend Uses: Soups, stews
bouquet garni
A bunch of herbs, usually thyme, bay leaf and parsley tied together with a string or in a cheesecloth bag with a string attached which is added to a soup or stew to add flavour but it subsequently removed before serving
bouquet garni
A bundle of herbs and spices used for flavoring but removed before serving Usually includes parsley, thyme and bay leaves May be secured in cheesecloth or just tied together at the stem ends A teaball works well for crushed herbs and spices
bouquet garni
A bundle of herbs, used to flavor stocks, braise food and other preparations; usually composed of bay leaf, thyme and parsley
bouquet garni
A bouquet garni is a bunch of herbs that are tied together and used in cooking to add flavour to the food. bouquets garnis a small bag full of herbs that you put into food that you are cooking to give it a special taste
bouquet garni
{i} (Cookery- from French) mixed herbs that are tied together in a small cloth sack and immersed during cooking to add flavor to food (soups, sauces and other dishes)
bouquet garni
A tied bundle of herbs, usually parsley, thyme, and bay leaves, that is added to flavor soups, stews, and sauces but removed before serving
bouquet garni
- A bunch of herbs tied together, usually including bay leaf, fresh or dried thyme, and fresh parsley stems It flavors all stock, and some sauces and gravies All herbs are tied together to allow easy removal from the pot at the end of cooking Let the bouquet garni float freely in the pot to allow the release of all the flavors
bouquet garni
It is generally a triad of herbs The literal translation from the French is "nosegay trimmings", certainly not an appetizing description It is a small bunch of herbs which traditionally consist of a bay leaf, sprig of thyme, and a sprig of parsley These herbs can be used whole and fresh or crushed and dried When fresh, the three herb sprigs can be tied together with kitchen twine and tossed into the sauce "as is" When the cooking is done, the bouquet is removed and discarded If the herbs are dried, they can be crushed and added directly to the pot in roughly equal proportions
bouquet garni
A blend of herbs, sometimes tied together or enclosed in a small cloth bag Used in cooking to flavor soups, sauces or stews; usually consists of parsley, bay leaf and thyme
bouquet garni
A sachet of herbs, traditionally tied together, but now sold in small muslin bags Usually includes parsley, thyme, a bay leaf and some rosemary, but may also include marjoram, garlic, rosemary, etc Variations may include fennel, leeks, celery leaves, and black pepper Added to stews, soups and sauces for flavoring; the bundle is easily removed when desired
bouquet of flowers
collection of flowers, bundle of flowers
bouquets
plural of bouquet
spiritual bouquet
A card indicating that the sender will undertake certain devotional acts on behalf of another person, as in honor of a special occasion or in memoriam
spiritual bouquet
(Roman Catholic Church) a card indicating that the sender will perform certain devotional acts on behalf of another
bouquet