breaded

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ekmekli
(sıfat) kotletpane
{s} kotletpane
(Gıda) pane
bread
{i} ekmek

Kutunun içinde taze ekmek var mıydı? - Was there fresh bread in the box?

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

breaded pork chop
kotletpane domuz pirzolası
bread
tıngır
bread
nimet
bread
mangiz
bread
geçim

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

O, ailenin geçimini sağlayan tek kişi. - He's the sole breadwinner for the family.

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çörek
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kazanç
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rızk
bread
ekmekle
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köy ekmeği
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bread line parasız ekmek veya yemek almak için meydana gelen
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pane etmek
bread
{i} mangır
bread
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.

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breadfruitekmek ağacı
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para breadbasketekmek sepeti
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tahıl ambarı
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(fiil) pane etmek
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bread crumb ekmek kırıntısı
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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.

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bot Artocarpus
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mide
İngilizce - İngilizce
covered in breadcrumbs before cooking
Braided
{s} coated with bread crumbs
past of bread
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Any variety of bread
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A foodstuff made by baking dough made from cereals
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To coat with breadcrumbs
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{n} food made of flour or meal, provisions in general
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payn
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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
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{i} type of food made from baked wheat; food in general regarded as a means of survival; money (Slang)
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Food; sustenance; support of life, in general
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To cover or coat food with bread crumbs
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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
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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)
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To coat with crumbs or cornmeal before cooking
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To coat a food with bread crumbs before frying or baking Sometimes breading involves dipping in an egg-milk mixture before the bread crumbs
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To cover with bread crumbs, preparatory to cooking; as, breaded cutlets
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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
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> mian bao
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To coat or dredge with bread crumbs
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Money
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To coat with bread or cracker crumbs before cooking, usually after first dipping food into beaten egg or other liquid so crumbs will adhere
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informal terms for money
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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
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{f} coat in bread crumbs
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n a food made from grain
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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
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To coat in breadcrumbs (or cracker or other dry crumbs)
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cover with bread crumbs; "bread the pork chops before frying them"
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n roti
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food made of grain, as in: I love to eat homemade soup and fresh bread
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khanom pang
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To spread
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is food made from flour, water, and often yeast, which is made into a soft dough and baked in an oven
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food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
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An article of food made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading, and baking
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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
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