bud

listen to the pronunciation of bud
İngilizce - Türkçe
tomurcuk

Tomurcuklar açmaya başladı. - The buds began to open.

Ağaçlar tomurcuklanmaya başlıyor. - The trees are beginning to bud.

{f} tomurcuklanmak
gonca
{f} tomurcuklan

Ağaçlar bu yılın başlarında tomurcuklanıyor. - The trees are budding early this year.

Ağaçlar tomurcuklanmaya başladı. - The trees have begun to bud.

gonca vermek
(Tarım) Göz aşısı
gelişmemiş
{i} sürgün
konca
{f} gelişmeye başlamak
{i} filiz
{i} gelişmemiş şey veya kimse
aşı yapmak
gelişmesin
{i} ahbap

Onu izlesen iyi olur, ahbap. - You'd better watch it, buddy.

nip in the bud bir şeyin daha başlamadan önünü kesmek
{f} aşılamak
{i} kafadar
{i} arkadaş

Onlar benim teknik okuldan arkadaş. - They're buddies from my technical school.

Eğer herkesle ve herhangi biriyle arkadaş olursan, çok geçmeden insanlar senin insanları memnun eden biri olduğunu düşünecekler. - If you buddy up to everybody and anybody, pretty soon people will think you're just a people-pleaser.

olgunlaşmamış sey veya kimse
(Tıp) Tomurcuk, tomruk, konca, bitki tomurcuğuna benzeyen herhangi bir oluşum (yeni gelişen embriyo gibi)
{f} filizlenmek
bahç

Meyve bahçesi uzmanı bir elma tomurcuğunu kök gövde üzerine aşıladı. - The orchardist grafted an apple bud onto the rootstock.

tomurcukla

Çalı tomurcukları sonbahardan beri boyut olarak değişmedi. - The buds on the bush have not changed in size since fall.

O ağaçtaki tomurcuklar açmak üzere. - The buds on that tree are about to pop open.

tomurcuklandırmak
sürmek
düğme
bud stick
göz aşısı çeliği
bud burst
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Bitkilerin dinlenme dönemi sonrası tomurcuklarını patlatması; tomurcuk patlaması
bud burst
(Denizcilik) tomurcuk patlatma, bitkilerin ilk baharda tomurcuklarını patlatması
bud set
tomurcukların kapanması, bitkinin uyku (durgunluk) dönemine girerken tomurcuklarını kapatması
bud vase
bud vazo
budding
(Tıp) Tomurcuklanma, ana hücrenin tomurcuklar şeklinde uzantılar göstermesini takiben, bu tomurcukların ayrılarak yeni canlıları oluşturması, tomurcuklanma şeklinde eşeysiz üreme
budding
yetişmekte olan
budding
(Tarım) aşılama
budding
tomurcuklanarak
budding
göz aşısı
budding
aşı
nip in the bud
başlangıçta durdurmak
accessory bud
ek gonca
budding
gelişmekte olan
budding
ilerleme kaydeden
budding
{f} tomurcuklan

Ağaçlar bu yılın başlarında tomurcuklanıyor. - The trees are budding early this year.

dormant bud
dinlenme tomurcuğu
dormant bud
kış tomurcuğu
fruit bud
meyve tomurcuğu
lateral bud
yan tomurcuk
leaf bud
yaprak tomurcuğu
nip in the bud
baltalamak
nip in the bud
engellemek
taste bud
tat alma cisimciği
terminal bud
tepe tomurcuğu
Nip it in the bud
(deyim) Yılanın başını küçükken ezeceksin
be in bud
tomurcuk olmak
ear bud
kulak tomurcuk
ear-bud
kulak-bud
in bud
tomurcuk içinde
nip in the bud
Bir işi başından engellemek, başlangıçta durdurmak veya bastırmak
nip in the bud
(deyim) Bir şeyin daha başlamadan önünü kesmek, gelişmesine engel olmak, bir kötülüğün daha başlangıçta önüne geçmek, bastırmak, durdurmak
rose bud
tomurcuk gül
budding
tomurcuklanan
budding
mesleğinde ilerleyen

O, mesleğinde ilerleyen bir şarkıcıdır. - He is a budding singer.

budding
{i} tomurcuklanma
budding
{s} yetişmekte olan: a budding physicist yetişmekte olan bir fizikçi
budding
{i} gelişme
budding
gelişen
budding
yaprak aşısı
budding
gelişme çağında olan
burst into bud
tomurcuklanmak
composite bud
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karma tomurcuk
cotton bud
pamuklu çubuk
dormant bud
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) durgun tomurcuk
flower bud
konca
fruit bud
tomurcuk
nip in the bud
başından engellemek
nip in the bud
başlangıçta durdurmak/bastırmak
nip in the bud
(Fiili Deyim ) daha başlangıçta bir şeyin önünü almak
nip something in the bud
başlangıçta bastırmak
nip something in the bud
başından engellemek
taste bud
(Anatomi) tat alma organı
terminal bud
uç tomurcuğu
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Varlık
BUD U NEBUD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Var-yok
BUD U NEBUD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Oldu-olmadı
MA'BUD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Mâbud) Kendine ibadet edilen Allah (C.C
İngilizce - İngilizce
A male nickname

I remember many visits from my uncle Bud.

A nickname for the beer Budweiser

I'd like a Bud, please.

A newly formed leaf or flower that has not yet unfolded

After a long, cold winter, the trees finally began to produce buds.

Potent cannabis taken from the flowering part of the plant (the bud), or marijuana generally

Hey bro, want to smoke some bud?.

A weaned calf in its first year, so called because the horns are then beginning to bud
A small rounded body in the process of splitting from an organism, which may grow into a genetically identical new organism

In this slide, you can see a yeast cell forming buds.

Buddy, friend

I like to hang out with my buds on Saturday night.

To form buds

The trees are finally starting to bud.

To reproduce by splitting off buds

Yeast reproduces by budding.

{i} sprout, shoot; guy, fellow (Slang)
{v} to put forth buds, shoot, inoculate, graft
{n} the first shoot of a tree a rise
To put forth or produce buds, as a plant; to grow, as a bud does, into a flower or shoot
Tap into your neighbors phone line
start to grow or develop; "a budding friendship"
An underdeveloped shoot
n A small swelling on a plant or tree that will develop into a flower, leaf or branch
Little swollen areas along a stem, branch, or trunk where new growth may occur Cutting above one of those buds stimulates growth
A protuberance on a stem, from which a flower, leaf, or shoot develops
{f} sprout, grow buds
The baby state of a stem, branch, or flower
a partially opened flower a swelling on a plant stem consisting of overlapping immature leaves or petals start to grow or develop; "a budding friendship"
The fresh or dried flowers of the female marijuana plant
undeveloped shoot, flower, or leaf; may or may not be protected with scales
A protuberance on a stem, from which a flower, leaf or shoot develops
The beginning of a branch or tip of a shoot May develop into leaves or vegetable shoot or flowers It may come at the end of a branch or shoot, or be in the axil of the leaf
When a tree or plant is in bud or has come into bud, it has buds on it. The flowers are bronzy in bud and bright yellow when open. almond trees that should come into bud soon
a swelling on a plant stem consisting of overlapping immature leaves or petals
An undeveloped leafy shoot or flower
After a leaf, stem, or flower is apparent, but before it emerges, it is called a bud It is premature and generally in a compact, compressed "fist "
A small protuberance on the stem of a plant that may develop into a flower, leaf, or shoot
A dormant, immature shoot from which leaves or flowers may develop
Potent cannabis taken from the flowering part of the plant
To graft, as a plant with another or into another, by inserting a bud from the one into an opening in the bark of the other, in order to raise, upon the budded stock, fruit different from that which it would naturally bear
develop buds; "The hibiscus is budding!"
When a tree or plant is budding, buds are appearing on it or are beginning to open. The leaves were budding on the trees below. see also budding, cotton bud, taste bud
The embryo flower or shoot, sometimes shoot buds can be referred to as growth buds
In rose jargon, this word has several meanings Used as a noun, it refers either to an unopened flower or to the growth bud ("eye") found where leaves join stems As a verb, it refers to the process of creating new plants by budding
a vegetative growing structure at the tip of a stem or branch with the enclosing scale leaves or
A bud is a small pointed lump that appears on a tree or plant and develops into a leaf or flower. Rosanna's favourite time is early summer, just before the buds open
The tightly wrapped structure that contains miniaturized forms of leaves and stems (vegetative bud) which may open at a later date or remain dormant forever, or flowers (floral bud) which open the following spring
To be like a bud in respect to youth and freshness, or growth and promise; as, a budding virgin
a partially opened flower
Buddy
To begin to grow, or to issue from a stock in the manner of a bud, as a horn
The rudimentary stage of development of a branch, leaf, or flower
An immature shoot from which stems or leaves or flowers may develop Tough, scaled leaves usually protect this delicate plant feature
A small protuberance on the stem or branches of a plant, containing the rudiments of future leaves, flowers, or stems; an undeveloped branch or flower
Immature organ or shoot enclosing an embryotic branch, leaf, inflorescence or flower
An undeveloped stem, branch, or shoot of a plant It holds undeveloped, preliminary leaves or flowers
An undeveloped or rudimentary organ or shoot of a plant
If you nip something such as bad behaviour in the bud, you stop it before it can develop very far. It is important to recognize jealousy and to nip it in the bud before it gets out of hand. a Budweiser (=a type of beer). budded budding to produce buds. Small lateral or terminal protuberance on the stem of a vascular plant that may develop into a flower, leaf, or shoot. Buds arise from meristem tissue. In temperate climates, trees form resting buds that are resistant to frost in preparation for winter. Flower buds are modified leaves. Powell Bud Abbott Bud and Costello Lou budding bacteria
A small protuberance on a stem or branch, often enclosed in protective scales and containing an undeveloped shoot, leaves or flowers
A small protuberance on certain low forms of animals and vegetables which develops into a new organism, either free or attached
develop buds; "The hibiscus is budding!
bud up
To don a pair of ear buds in preparation to listening to a portable sound system
Bud Powell
orig. Earl Powell born Sept. 27, 1924, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 1, 1966, New York City U.S. jazz pianist and composer. Powell played in Cootie Williams's big band (1942-44) before becoming part of the burgeoning activity of bebop in the late 1940s. His style became the predominant approach for post-swing era pianists: he did away with most accepted functions of the left hand, reducing it to playing brief, syncopated chords supporting long melody lines by the right hand. He moved to Paris in 1959 and returned to the U.S. in 1964. His career was interrupted several times due to nervous breakdowns thought to derive from head injuries sustained in a racially motivated attack in 1945
bud brush
half-shrubby perennial valuable as sheep forage in the United States
bud vase
{i} tall and thin vase that can hold one flower only (such as a rosebud)
budding
That is beginning to develop

He's a budding deejay.

budding
Present participle of bud
cotton wool bud
A short, thin and flexible rod with a small wad of cotton wool at each end
ear bud
A small earphone designed for use with portable sound systems
ear bud
An underdeveloped mammalian ear
ear bud
An immature ear of maize from which the threadlike silks emerge
killer green bud
Potent marijuana
nip in the bud
To stop something at an early stage

If you see a bad habit begin to develop, try to nip it in the bud so that it does not become ingrained.

nip in the bud
To remove a bud from a plant to prevent flower and fruit from forming
Nip it in the bud
1. Remove a bud from a plant to prevent flower and fruit from forming.(idiomatic) To stop something at an early stage.2. If you see a bad habit begin to develop, try to nip it in the bud so that it does not become ingrained, issues are easier to sort out the earlier they are addressed
nip in the bud
(deyim) To check at the outset; prevent at the start; block or destroy in the beginning

The police nipped the plot in the bud. The teacher nipped the disorder in the bud.

A bud
gem
A bud
button
Lou Abbott, Bud; and Costello
orig. William Alexander Abbott and Louis Francis Cristillo born Oct. 2, 1899, Asbury Park, N.J., U.S. died April 24, 1974, Woodland Hills, Calif. born March 6, 1906, Paterson, N.J. died March 3, 1959, East Los Angeles, Calif. U.S. comedy team, prominent in vaudeville from 1931 and on radio from 1938. Their first successful film, Buck Privates (1941), was followed by more than 30 other slapstick comedies, with Abbott playing a bullying straight man to Costello's childlike buffoon. Their famous routine "Who's on First?" was first performed in the film The Naughty Nineties (1945). The collaboration ended in 1957
apical bud
{i} active areas in the root system and stalk from which sprouts grow
axillary bud
A lateral bud
budding
A type of graft in which the scion is a bud See asexual propagation page
budding
A process of asexual reproduction, in which a new organism or cell is formed by a protrusion of a portion of the animal or vegetable organism, the bud thus formed sometimes remaining attached to the parent stalk or cell, at other times becoming free; gemmation
budding
A method of vegetative propagation of plants by implantation of buds from the mother plant onto a rootstock, or in cell biology the process of cell division in which the mother cells retains its identity, and the daughter cell forms by growth of a new cell upon one part of the mother cell
budding
beginning to develop; "a budding genius"
budding
a form of asexual reproduction in corals where a parent corallite forms daughter corallites
budding
{i} sprouting, developing, bursting forth
budding
If you describe someone as, for example, a budding businessman or a budding artist, you mean that they are starting to succeed or become interested in business or art. The forum is now open to all budding entrepreneurs Budding linguists can tune in to the activity cassettes in French, German, Spanish and Italian
budding
starting a new colony without swarming whereby reproductive(s) and a group of workers leave the original colony
budding
Asexual reproduction (usually for yeast) beginning as a protuberance from the parent cell that grows and detaches to form a smaller, daughter cell
budding
The act or process of ingrafting one kind of plant upon another stock by inserting a bud under the bark
budding
When warmer weather in the late spring causes leaf buds to swell, the syrup takes on a strong molasses flavor This signals the end of the sugaring season
budding
sprouting; developing, beginning to develop
budding
reproduction of some unicellular organisms (such as yeasts) by growth and specialization followed by the separation by constriction of a part of the parent
budding
Method of propagation in which a vegetative bud of one plant is grafted to another plant
budding
A method of asexual reproduction common in some lower animal groups in which part of the body wall bulges outward and eventually forms a new individual, which becomes detached from the parent Budding can also occur in single-celled organisms such as yeast
budding
A type of propagation in which the bud is inserted underneath the bark of a related plant
budding
You use budding to describe a situation that is just beginning. Our budding romance was over. Russia's budding democracy
budding
The act or process of producing buds
budding
A propagation technique in which a single bud is used in grafting rather than a section of stem with several buds
budding
To begin to develop or grow from or as if from a bud
buds
plural of bud
cotton bud
(British) small piece of absorbent material attached to a stick, cotton swab, Q-tip (registered trademark)
cotton bud
A cotton bud is a small stick with a ball of cotton wool at each end, which people use, for example, for applying make-up
farcy bud
A craterlike ulcer characteristic of farcy
flower bud
A bud that will develop into a flower
flower bud
a bud from which only a flower or flowers develop
in bud
about to flower, about to bloom
lateral bud
A bud located on the side of the stem, usually in a leaf axil
leaf bud
a bud from which leaves (but not flowers) develop
mixed bud
a bud yielding both leaves and flowers
nip in the bud
stop at the very beginning
taste bud
Your taste buds are the little points on the surface of your tongue which enable you to recognize the flavour of a food or drink. Any of numerous spherical or ovoid clusters of receptor cells found mainly in the epithelium of the tongue and constituting the end organs of the sense of taste. one of the small parts of the surface of your tongue with which you can taste things
taste bud
receptor on the tongue that perceives flavor
bud