bread

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ekmek

Bu ekmek çok lezzetli. - This bread is very delicious.

Bu sabah ekmek ve tereyağı yedim. - I ate bread and butter this morning.

mangiz
tıngır
çörek
kazanç
para

Parası olmadığı zaman hiç ekmek alamazdı. - When he had no money, he couldn't buy any bread.

Ekmek ve süt alacak kadar parası ancak vardı. - He had barely enough money to buy bread and milk.

geçim

Evinin geçimini sağlar. - He brings home the bread and butter.

Tom ailede evin geçimini sağlayan tek kişi. - Tom is the only breadwinner in the family.

rızk
{f} pane etmek
mide
bot Artocarpus
bread crumb ekmek kırıntısı
breadfruitekmek ağacı
ekmek içi

Ben glutensiz ekmek için tarifeyi paylaştım. - I shared the recipe for gluten-free bread.

Mary bir somun ekmek için süpermarkete girerken Tom arabada bekledi. - Tom stayed in the car while Mary ran into the supermarket for a loaf of bread.

(fiil) pane etmek
tahıl ambarı
bread line parasız ekmek veya yemek almak için meydana gelen
{i} mangır
para breadbasketekmek sepeti
nimet
ekmekle
köy ekmeği
bread and butter
geçim yolu
bread and butter
{k} ekmek kapısı; insanı geçindiren iş/para
bread and butter
geçim
bread and butter
(Konuşma Dili) günlük geçim
bread crumbs
(Gıda) galeta unu
bread making
ekmekçilik
bread stick
(Gıda) baton
bread with poppy seeds
(Gıda) haşhaşlı ekmek
bread and butter
ekmek parası
bread and butter
tereyağlı ekmek
bread basket
tahıl ambarı
bread basket
mide
bread basket
ekmek sepeti
bread board
ekmek tahtası
bread crumbs
ekmek kırıntısı
bread knife
ekmek bıçağı
bread line
bedava yemek kuyruğu
bread maker
ekmekçi
bread mould
ekmek küfü
bread winner
bir kodağı geçindiren kimse
bread and cheese
ekmek ve peynir
bread bin
ekmeklik
bread crumb
ekmek ufağı
bread dumpling
ekmek hamur tatlısı
bread fruit
ekmek meyve
bread of life
hayat ekmeği
bread roll
ekmek rulo
bread yeast
Ekmek mayası
bread and butter
geçim için yapılan
bread and butter
temel
bread and butter letter
yemek ve konukseverlik için teşekkür mektubu
bread and butter letter
(deyim) teşekkür notu
bread and cheese
(Gıda) ekmek peynir
bread and circuses
(deyim) ülke çapında eğlence
bread and circuses
(deyim) göstermelik eğlence
bread and circuses
(deyim) uyutucu eğlence
bread and scrape
tereyağlı ekmek
bread and water diet
(Askeri) KATIKSIZ HAPİS: Azami 14 gün süren ve günde asgari 510 gram ekmek ile istenildiği kadar sudan ibaret olan açlık cezası. Bu ceza; Ordu Yönetmeliklerinde yazılı cezaevi kurallarına aykırı hareket eden askeri mahpuslara uygulanır
bread and water diet
(Askeri) katıksız hapis
bread and wine
ekmek ve şarap
bread and wine
aşai rabbani
bread bag
ekmek poşeti
bread bin
ekmek kutusu
bread bin
ekmek kabı
bread bin
İng., bak. bread box
bread board
(Gıda) ekmek kesme tahtası
bread box
ekmek kabı
bread box
(Gıda) ekmek saklama kabı
bread box
ekmek kutusu
bread crumb
{i} ufalanmış ekmek
bread crumb
ekmek kırıntısı
bread improver
(Gıda) ekmek katkı maddesi
bread line
ekmek kuyruğu
bread sticks
(Gıda) kirikkırak
bread stuffs
ekmeklik tahıl
bread tree
ekmekağacı
brown bread
siyah ekmek
bran bread
kepek ekmeği
break bread
break ekmek
break bread with, eat with
ile birlikte yemek ekmek molası
bring home the bread
(deyim) Eve ekmek götürmek, ailenin geçimini sağlamak
black bread
çavdar ekmeği
rye bread
çavdar ekmeği

O biraz çavdar ekmeği satın aldı. - She bought some rye bread.

beg one's bread
aç biilaç yaşamak
breaded
(Gıda) pane
crumbs bread
(Gıda) galeta unu
dish of dry bread and broth
papara
earn one's bread
ekmeğini kazanmak
french bread
(Gıda) fransız ekmeği

Fransız ekmeği Brezilya'da çok popülerdir. - French bread is very popular in Brazil.

İki Fransız Fransızca konuşur ve Fransız ekmeği yer. - The two Frenchmen speak French and eat French bread.

hot bread
sıcak ekmek
loaf of bread
ekmek somunu

Tom ekmek somununu dilimledi. - Tom sliced the loaf of bread.

loaf of bread
(Gıda) somun ekmek

Sadece bir somun ekmek almam gerektiğini hatırladım. - I just remembered that I was supposed to buy a loaf of bread.

O, bir somun ekmek aldı. - She bought a loaf of bread.

thin bread
lavaş
village bread
(Gıda) tandır ekmeği
warm bread
(Gıda) sıcak ekmek
wheat bread
(Gıda) buğday ekmek
corn bread
mısır ekmeği
daily bread
geçim
graham bread
mısır ekmeği
griddle bread
tava ekmeği
half-bread
melez
honey bread
keçiboynuzu
quarrel with one's bread and butter
ekmek parası ile oynamak
take the bread out of sb's mouth
ekmeğini elinden almak
twice baked bread
çifte pişirilmiş ekmek
whole wheat bread
buğday ekmeği
black bread
siyah ekmek
cast one´s bread upon the waters
k. dili karşılığını beklemeden iyilik etmek
crumb of bread
ekmek kırıntısı
daily bread
geçim kaynağı
garlic bread
sarımsaklı ekmek

Tom bir parça sarımsaklı ekmek yedi. - Tom ate a piece of garlic bread.

know which side one's bread is buttered
çıkarının nerede olduğunu bilmek, kan alacak damarı bilmek
know which side one´s bread is buttered on
k. dili gerçek çıkarının nerede olduğunu bilmek
of bread
ekmek
pita bread
Yuvarlak veya oval, iki tabaka hamurdan bir çeşit ekmek
quick bread
hızlı ekmek
sliced bread
dilimlenmiş ekmek
spelt bread
yazıldığından ekmek
store bread
mağaza ekmek
to slice bread
ekmek dilimlemek
way bread
yol ekmek
whole-grain bread
Tam tahıllı ekmek
whole-grain bread
tam buğday ekmeği
wholewheat bread
(Gıda) Kepek ekmeği, kepekli ekmeği
breaded
kotletpane
breaded
ekmekli
breaded
(sıfat) kotletpane
İngilizce - İngilizce
Money
A foodstuff made by baking dough made from cereals
Any variety of bread
To coat with breadcrumbs
{n} food made of flour or meal, provisions in general
> mian bao
Food; sustenance; support of life, in general
To coat with crumbs or cornmeal before cooking
Refers to an old scam in which a phone number will ring in two different locations, only one of which is known by the phone company Often used by "bookies" to avoid police raids during the 1930's
{i} type of food made from baked wheat; food in general regarded as a means of survival; money (Slang)
To cover or coat food with bread crumbs
If food such as fish or meat is breaded, it is covered in tiny pieces of dry bread called breadcrumbs. It can then be fried or grilled. It is important that food be breaded just minutes before frying. + breaded bread·ed breaded fish. Baked food product. It is made of flour or meal that is moistened into a dough, kneaded, and usually leavened with yeast. A major food since prehistoric times, bread has been made worldwide in various forms using a variety of ingredients and methods. Flat, unleavened bread, the earliest form, is still eaten in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. The principal grains used in such breads are wheat, barley, millet, buckwheat, rye, and corn. Raised bread, common in Europe and the U.S., is usually made of wheat or rye. Both contain the elastic protein substance gluten, which traps gas produced by fermentation during leavening, helping the bread to rise. While the simplest breads contain only flour, water, and yeast, other common ingredients are milk, shortening (fats, butter, oils), salt, eggs, and sugar. Bread is a source of complex carbohydrates and B vitamins (see vitamin B complex); whole-wheat bread contains more protein, vitamins, minerals, and fibre than white-flour bread. See also baking
Bread is a very common food made from flour, water, and yeast. a loaf of bread There is more fibre in wholemeal bread than in white bread
food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked cover with bread crumbs; "bread the pork chops before frying them
One of the two elements of communion, signifying to us the Body of Christ As Scripture reminds us, "And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body " (Matthew 26: 26)
To cover with bread crumbs, preparatory to cooking; as, breaded cutlets
To coat in breadcrumbs (or cracker or other dry crumbs)
To coat or dredge with bread crumbs
To coat a food with bread crumbs before frying or baking Sometimes breading involves dipping in an egg-milk mixture before the bread crumbs
An article of food made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading, and baking
food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
informal terms for money
To cover or coat with bread crumbs alone, or to coat first with bread crumbs, then with beaten egg diluted with milk or water, and then again with bread crumbs
{f} coat in bread crumbs
n a food made from grain
To coat food with bread, cracker or other crumbs Usually the food is dipped into a liquid (beaten eggs, milk, beer, etc ) before it is coated
cover with bread crumbs; "bread the pork chops before frying them"
n roti
food made of grain, as in: I love to eat homemade soup and fresh bread
khanom pang
To spread
is food made from flour, water, and often yeast, which is made into a soft dough and baked in an oven
To coat with bread or cracker crumbs before cooking, usually after first dipping food into beaten egg or other liquid so crumbs will adhere
payn
bread and butter
That which is central or fundamental, as to one's business, survival, or income; a staple or cornerstone

They will do some machining if you ask them, but sheet metal has always been their bread and butter.

bread and circuses
Food and entertainment provided by the state
bread and scrape
Bread spread with butter or margarine that has been scraped off again so as to leave only a thin layer
bread bag
A plastic wrapper in which a loaf of bread is sold, intended to keep the bread fresh for longer than it would be if unwrapped
bread bags
plural form of bread bag
bread bin
A breadbox
bread bins
plural form of bread bin
bread crumbs
plural form of bread crumb; alternative form of breadcrumbs
bread knife
A knife, with a serrated edge, designed to cut bread; sometimes slots into a bread board
bread lines
plural form of bread line
bread pudding
a dessert made from stale bread, suet, egg, sugar or golden syrup, spices, and dried fruit
bread puddings
plural form of bread pudding
bread roll
A small round piece of bread
bread rolls
plural form of bread roll
bread soda
Sodium bicarbonate, bicarb soda
bread-and-butter
A saying specifically used to ward off bad luck when separating hands to walk either side of a tree
bread-and-butter
A general saying used to ward off bad luck
bread-and-butter
Relating to basic sustenance or the requirements for everyday living for the masses
bread-and-butter issue
any issue, such as inflation or prices, that affects ordinary people in their daily lives
bread-and-butter issues
plural form of bread-and-butter issue
bread-and-butter letter
A short, hand-written communication to thank someone who has recently provided you with hospitality, usually dinner or an overnight visit
bread-and-butter note
A short note thanking someone who has recently provided the writer with hospitality
bread-line
Attributive form of bread line

bread-line pauperdom.

bread-worship
The worship of the host; artolatry
bread dough
Any of various doughs for bread
bread juice
A fermented beverage made from black or regular rye bread
bread juice
(Gıda) Kvass
bread line
A queue of people waiting for free food given by a charitable organization or public agency, (synonym) breadline
bread and butter
Bread and butter issues or matters are ones which are important to most people, because they affect them personally. The opposition gained support by concentrating on bread-and-butter matters
bread and butter
Something that is the bread and butter of a person or organization is the activity or work that provides the main part of their income. The mobile phone business was actually his bread and butter
bread and butter
{s} habitual, routine, usual; practical, material
bread and butter
the financial means whereby one lives; "each child was expected to pay for their keep"; "he applied to the state for support"; "he could no longer earn his own livelihood"
bread and butter
{i} maintenance, livelihood, source of income
bread and butter letter
thank you letter, thank you note thanking a person for their hospitality
bread and butter pickle
thinly sliced sweet pickles
bread and cheese
barest necessities of life
bread and circuses
Offerings, such as benefits or entertainments, intended to placate discontent or distract attention from a policy or situation
bread and salt
nice welcome, warm greeting
bread and scrape
bread spread with a small amount of butter
bread bakery
place where bread is baked for sale
bread basket
If an area or region is described as the bread basket of a country, it provides a lot of the food for that country because crops grow very easily there. It therefore produces wealth for the country. The north-west became the country's bread-basket
bread bin
A bread bin is a wooden, metal, or plastic container for storing bread
bread box
container or bin for storing bread to keep it fresh
bread crumb
{i} small bit of bread
bread crust
hard shell surrounding a loaf of bread, crunchy outer part of a loaf of bread
bread knife
a knife used to cut bread
bread mold
Any of various fungi of the genus Rhizopus that form a dense cottony growth on bread and other foods
bread mold
a mold of the genus Rhizopus
bread of affliction
suffering and distress
bread sauce
creamy white sauce made with bread instead of flour and seasoned with cloves and onion
bread shovel
large spatula used by bakers, large flat utensil
bread-bin
a container used to keep bread or cake in
bread-head
{i} (Slang) person who is dominated by the thought of making money, person who has an obsession of money
break bread
To eat a meal, especially to eat a shared meal with friends

At last it was decided that he should take her, reaching the place about the hour of lunch, so that he might again break bread in her father's house.

break bread
To take part in Holy Communion

In baptism we make covenant; in communion we renew covenant week by week. . . . After offering prayers of thanksgiving, together we break bread and drink from the cup.

brown bread
dead
brown bread
Bread with a brown colour as distinct from white bread, wholemeal, granary or other specific types of bread
bran bread
bread made from bran (type of wheat)
break bread
share a meal, sit at a table and eat a meal
break bread
have a meal, usually with company; "The early Christian desciples broke bread together"
break bread
have a meal, usually with company; "The early Christian desciples broke bread together
brown bread
dark steamed bread made of cornmeal wheat and flour with molasses and soda and milk or water
brown bread
dark rye bread
Cuban bread
A particular kind of bread baked as long loaves
French bread
A long thin loaf of bread with a thick crust and often having large bubbles of air inside, popular in and associated with France
Graham bread
Bread made of unsifted wheat flour; a Graham cracker
Holy Bread
The consecrated bread used in the eucharist
Turkish bread
A broad, round and flat bread made of wheat, sometimes considered a type of pita
a little bit of bread and no cheese
the song of the yellowhammer

A little bit of bread and no cheese! cry the yellowhammers petulantly. But no one takes any notice of them.

arval-bread
A bread made of pure wheat (as opposed to oats) and traditionally eaten at arvals
best thing since sliced bread
Alternative form of greatest thing since sliced bread
cinnamon bread
A type of sweet bread flavoured with cinnamon
crisp bread
A type of hard, flat rye bread eaten in the Nordic countries
daily bread
All those things, such as regular prayer, worship and meditation, needed to sustain spiritual life
daily bread
All those things, such as regular food and water, needed to sustain physical life
eggy bread
Bread that has been dipped in an egg mixture and fried
fairy bread
An Australian snack made of buttered bread covered in hundreds and thousands
fried bread
A Native American food, found throughout the United States, a leavened flat dough fried or deep-fried in oil, shortening, or lard
garlic bread
Bread made with garlic often served with pasta dishes
granary bread
bread which is not made from white or brown flour that contains some wheatgerm and whole grains
greatest thing since sliced bread
A relatively recent invention likely to significantly improve people's lives

Inventors all come in claiming their creation is the greatest thing since sliced bread, but most patents never make money.

know which side one's bread is buttered
To be aware of one's ability to take advantage of a situation

On the other hand, the decision to beef up the standard fare without raising prices is a signal that Intel knows which side of the bread is buttered.

lamb's bread
A strain of Jamaican cannabis

Marley: De ability what de herb 'ave ya call lamb's bread. Some a dem ya call Bethlehem's bread.

monkey bread
the tree itself
monkey bread
a type of gourd, the fruit of the baobab tree, eaten by monkeys
pita bread
Pita, pocket bread
pitta bread
a flat, unleavened bread made from wheat flour; the rounds are cut in half, and may be made into pockets or used with a dip such as taramosalata, houmous or tzatziki

I had falafel in pitta bread last week - it was delicious!.

potato bread
A type of bread made with potatoes, often served shallow fried as part of a cooked breakfast, common in Northern Ireland and Scotland
raisin bread
Bread with raisins in it
rye bread
A bread made partly or entirely with rye flour
shew bread
Twelve loaves of bread placed on the alter in Jewish Temples and renewed periodically. See showbread
shew-bread
Twelve loaves of bread placed on the alter in Jewish Temples and renewed periodically. See showbread
sliced bread
bread from a loaf that is sold sliced into pieces of equal thickness by an automated process
soda bread
Bread made using sour milk and baking soda as a rising agent, rather than yeast; common in Ireland
sweet bread
Any type of bread prepared with sweet ingredients
to-bread
An extra loaf added by bakers to every dozen, completing a baker's dozen
unleavened bread
bread made without a raising agent
white-bread
conventional and boring
wholemeal bread
Bread made from wholemeal flour, having had none of the bran or germ removed
eggy bread
French toast, also known as eggy bread, gypsy toast, omelette bread, or rabanada is a dish of bread soaked in beaten eggs and then fried
omelette bread
French toast, also known as eggy bread, gypsy toast, omelette bread, or rabanada is a dish of bread soaked in beaten eggs and then fried
crisp bread
(Gıda) Crisp bread is a flat and dry Nordic type of bread or cracker, containing mostly rye flour. It is popular in armies and schools because of its light weight and simple, transport-friendly shape. Also, it is very cheap and if stored in dry conditions away it will keep fresh and edible for a very long time. Crisp bread is a staple of nordic cuisine and was for a long time considered a poor man's diet. However, in recent years there has been renewed interest in crisp bread in the nordic countries
know which side one's bread is buttered on
(deyim) to be aware of those things that are to one's own advantage
know which side one's bread is buttered on
(deyim) Be aware of where one's best interests lie. "Jerry always helps out his boss; he knows which side of his bread is buttered."
breaded
{s} coated with bread crumbs
breaded
past of bread
breaded
Braided
breaded
covered in breadcrumbs before cooking
breading
present participle of bread
breads
third-person singular of bread
breads
plural of bread
bread

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bred

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbred/ /ˈbrɛd/

    Etimoloji

    [ bred ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English breed, from Old English brēad (“fragment, bit, morsel, crumb", also "bread”), from Proto-Germanic *braudan (“cooked food, leavened bread”), from Proto-Indo-European *bherw-, *bhrew- (“to boil, seethe”) (see brew). Alternate etymology derives bread from *braudaz, *brauþaz ("broken piece, fragment"), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰera- (“to split, beat, hew, struggle”) (see brittle). Perhaps a conflation of the twain. Cognate with Scots breid (“bread”), West Frisian brea (“bread”), Dutch brood (“bread”), German Brot (“bread”), Danish brød (“bread”), Swedish bröd (“bread”), Icelandic brauð (“bread”).

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