chopped

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İngilizce - Türkçe
doğra(mak)
{s} kıyılmış

Baklava kıyılmış fındık ile dolu filo hamur katmanları yapılan tatlı hamurdur. - Baklava are sweet pastries made from layers of filo dough filled with chopped nuts.

(sıfat) kıyılmış
doğra

Tom bir miktar soğan doğradı. - Tom chopped some onions.

Tom bütün öğleden sonra yakacak odun doğradı. - Tom chopped firewood all afternoon.

kesilmiş (ağaç)
chop
doğramak
chopped strand
(Tekstil) kırpılmış elyaf
chopped steak
pirzola
chopped down
aşağı doğranmış
chopped meat
Kıyma et
chopped up
kıyılmış
chopped up
ince ince doğranmış
chopped steak
pirzola et
chopped wave test
kesik dalga testi
chopped wheel
(Otomotiv) hafifleştirilmiş volan
chop
balta ile kesmek
chop
{i} vuruş
chop
{i} doğrama

Tom bir bıçak, bir soğan ve bir doğrama tahtası aldı. - Tom grabbed a knife, an onion and a chopping board.

Bir soğanı doğramanın en iyi yolu nedir? - What's the best way to chop an onion?

chop
baltayla kesmek
chop
yarık
chop
mühür hindistan
chop
(Gıda) kalın doğramak
chop
çatlak
chop
balta darbesi
chop
permi
chop
lisans
chop
yormak
chop
pirzolalık
chop
ehliyet
chop
dilmek
chop
parça

Uşak geldi ve ağacı küçük parçalara ayırdı. - And the servant came and chopped the Tree into little pieces.

Çatal ve çubuklardan önce, insanlar genellikle düz bir parça ekmek ile yemek yerdi. - Before forks and chopsticks, people usually ate food with a piece of flat bread.

chop
talaş
chop
kırmak odun
chop
darbe
chop
doğra

Tom bütün öğleden sonra yakacak odun doğradı. - Tom chopped firewood all afternoon.

Soğanları doğrarken gözüm yaşardı. - Tears came into my eyes when I was chopping onions.

chop
(plan/vb.) baltalamak
chop
(balta/vb.) vuruşu
chop
kalite
chop
kıymak
chop
(balta/vb.ile) kesmek
chop
çene
chop
(deniz) çırpıntı
chop
mühür
CHOP
(Askeri) harekat komutasının değişmesi (change of operational control)
be chopped
kıyılmak
chop
{f} pat diye söylemek
chop
{f} yandan vuruş yapmak (kriket)
chop
{f} (balta ile) kırmak
chop
doğra,v.baltala: n.balta darbesi
chop
{f} yarmak
chop
kalite belgesi
chop
damga/pirzola/çene/vuruş
chop
{i} mühür (hindistan)
chop
çırpıntı
chop
marka
chop
{i} pirzola: lamb chop kuzu pirzolası
chop
ani ısırma
chop
ağzı ile yakalamak
chop
derece
chop
{i} külbastı
chop
damga
chop
söyleyivermek
chop
chop yar/böl/dur/kes
chop
{i} çene kemiği
chop
aynı kalitede mallar
chop
balta vb
chop
(Askeri) HAREKAT KONTROLUNUN DEĞİŞMESİ; CHOP: Bir kuvvet veya birliğe ait harekat kontrol sorumluluğunun, bir harekat kontrol makamından bir başkasına geçtiği gün ve saat (ortalama Greenwich saati). Ayrıca bakınız: "change of operational control"
chop
{f} (up) ince ince kıymak/doğramak
chop
{i} yarma
chop
{f} kırmak (odun)
chop
{i} pirzola

O, domuz pirzolası yiyor. - He's eating pork chops.

Tom'un akşam yemeği için kuzu pirzola, patates ve mantar çorbası vardı. - Tom had lamb chops, potatoes and mushroom soup for dinner.

chop
{i} ağız
chop
{i} işaret
chop
kesmek

Ben tüm sabahı odun kesmekle geçirdim. - I spent all morning chopping wood.

Neden odun kesmekten büyük zevk alan bu kadar çok insan olduğunu biliyorum. Bu aktivitede sonuçları hemen anında görürsünüz. -- Albert EINSTEIN - I know why there are so many people who love chopping wood. In this activity one immediately sees the results. -- Albert EINSTEIN

chop
baltalamak
İngilizce - İngilizce
High on drugs
Ground, having been processed by grinding
Having a vehicle's height reduced by horizontal trimming of the roofline

He later bought a '33 Ford coupe, chopped and channeled it and installed a Mercury engine.

Cut or diced into small pieces

Brown meat with chopped onions, chopped or ground garlic, chopped celery, and chopped bell pepper.

Simple past tense and past participle of chop
past of chop
prepared by cutting; "sliced tomatoes"; "sliced ham"; "chopped clams"; "chopped meat"; "shredded cabbage
{s} cut with repeated blows, diced, cut up in pieces; felled (of a tree)
There he goes, IcE is chopped again
chopped liver
A Jewish food made by frying liver and onions in schmaltz
chopped liver
A person or object which is not worthy of being noticed; someone or something insignificant

Say, this new information is not chopped liver.

chopped logic
Reasoning which is improper; sophistry

It takes a peculiar kind of chopped logic to see Mao Zedong, almost an archetypal chili pepper-loving Hunanese, as a northerner.

chopped logic
Simple past tense and past participle of chop logic
chopped-liver
Attributive form of chopped liver

chopped-liver sandwich.

chopped his head off
beheaded him, decapitated him
chopped liver
food made from ground animal liver
chopped meat
ground meat, minced meat
chopped onion
onion cut into small pieces
chopped steak
a patty of ground cooked beef
chop
To cut into pieces with short, vigorous cutting motions

chop an onion.

chop
A hand where two or more players have an equal-valued hand, resulting in the chips being shared equally between them

With both players having an ace-high straight, the pot was a chop.

chop
An official stamp or seal
chop
Termination, especially from employment
chop
To divide the pot (or tournament prize) between two or more players
chop
Ocean waves, generally caused by wind, distinguished from swell by being smaller and not lasting as long
chop
To sever with an axe or similar implement

Chop off his head.

chop
A blow delivered with the hand rigid and outstretched

karate chop.

what am I, chopped liver
A rhetorical question used to indicate that the speaker is feeling left out or slighted by attention given to another person or persons
chop
{n} a small piece of meat, crack, cleft, jaw
chop
{v} to cut with a blow, cut mince, devour, com quickly upon, change, crack, gape, open
chop
To wrangle; to altercate; to bandy words
chop
To cut into irregular piece, about the size of a pea
chop
To cut the food into small pieces with a knife or blender
chop
a tennis return made with a downward motion that puts backspin on the ball
chop
To barter or truck
chop
(v) To cut picture frame molding, usually at a 45 degree angle, to the length needed for a frame (n) The length of molding cut for a picture frame
chop
A piece chopped off; a slice or small piece, especially of meat; as, a mutton chop
chop
A movable jaw or cheek, as of a wooden vise
chop
To interrupt; with in or out
chop
cut into pieces
chop
To vary or shift suddenly; as, the wind chops about
chop
If you chop something, you cut it into pieces with strong downward movements of a knife or an axe. Chop the butter into small pieces Visitors were set to work chopping wood. chopped tomatoes
chop
To prepare marijuana so as to be smokable
chop
A chop is a small piece of meat cut from the ribs of a sheep or pig. grilled lamb chops
chop
A change; a vicissitude
chop
Chopping the front pin of a spare leave while a pin behind and/or to the left or right remains standing (cherry)
chop
cut into pieces; "Chop wood"; "chop meat"
chop
A printed or stamped symbol used by the printers and print workshop (and sometimes by artists and collectors) as a mark of identification the chop may be inked or merely embosses top
chop
From the Indian chapna meaning to stamp a number, mark or brand Each break of chop of tea is marked
chop
{f} cut (as with an axe); cut down; cut into pieces, mince
chop
To knock down one pin of a spare leave, while the pin next to or behind it remains standing
chop
a grounder that bounces high in the air a tennis return made with a downward motion that puts backspin on the ball a small cut of meat including part of a rib hit sharply cut with a hacking tool cut into pieces; "Chop wood"; "chop meat"
chop
hit sharply
chop
To sever or separate by one more blows of a sharp instrument; to divide; usually with off or down
chop
a chemotherapeutic regimen for cancer treatment that combines cyclophosphamide, hydroxyldaunomycin (doxorubicin, or Adriamycin), vincristine (Oncovin) and prednisone
chop
A blow with an axe, cleaver, or similar utensil
chop
move suddenly
chop
To exchange; substitute one thing for another
chop
Each Gemini publication bears an embossed, dry-stamped, or printed form of the Gemini chop It is generally placed adjacent to the artist's signature and is accompanied by a copyright mark
chop
A cut of meat, often containing a section of a rib
chop
A crack or cleft
chop
A defensive return of a drive with backspin, usually done from well away from the table (See backspin )
chop
To return the blinds to the players who posted them and move on to the next hand This may happen in hold'em when nobody calls the blind By agreeing to chop rather than play the hand, the two blinds sometimes avoid paying the rake, since many cardrooms only collect on those hands when there is a flop At a table which ordinarily sees more action, players will often agree to chop so as to get on to a "real" hand more quickly Wanna chop?
chop
a grounder that bounces high in the air
chop
> The embossed, inked, or stamped symbol used by printers and print workshops, usually in the margin of the paper as a mark of identification Also called "blindstamp"
chop
To do something suddenly with an unexpected motion; to catch or attempt to seize
chop
To cut irregularly shaped pieces
chop
The act of chopping; a stroke
chop
A jaw of an animal; commonly in the pl
chop
strike sharply, as in some sports move suddenly
chop
To crack
chop
To deliberately cut off the head and hanger of a bolt, making the bolt unusable as protection Usually done by some cranky trad -- sometimes deservedly so
chop
strike sharply, as in some sports
chop
The land at each side of the mouth of a river, harbor, or channel; as, East Chop or West Chop
chop
A groundstroke in which the racquet travels from high to low as it contacts the ball, creating backspin Mostly a defensive shot
chop
A spatial offset of up to 1440 arcsec of the aperture with respect to the target, intended for the measurement of the background at one or more locations significantly removed from the target pointing
chop
{i} blow; blow of an axe; cut of meat; seal, trademark
chop
a small cut of meat including part of a rib
chop
See Chap, v
chop
Using quick, heavy blows of a knife or cleaver to cut food into bite-size (or smaller) pieces
chop
To make a quick strike, or repeated strokes, with an ax or other sharp instrument
chop
To cut food into small pieces
chop
Waste area for images that bleed off the edge of one card without interfering with the next card
chop
To knock down one pin of a spare leave, while the pin next to or behind it remains standing Seel also "cherry"
chop
Cut into pieces using a sharp tool Hold knife tip down with one hand and move blade up and down chopping food with the other
chop
A small cut of meat taken from the rib section and including part of the rib Using quick, heavy blows of a knife or cleaver to cut food into bite-size (or smaller) pieces
chop
A permit or clearance
chop
The result of a tied poker hand
chop
If something is for the chop or is going to get the chop, it is going to be stopped or closed. If someone is for the chop, they are going to lose their job or position. He won't say which programmes are for the chop. To change direction suddenly, as a ship in the wind
chop
Quality; brand; as, silk of the first chop
chop
cut with a hacking tool
chop
To purchase by way of truck
chop
To hit the ball downward so that it takes a high bounce
chop
When people chop and change, they keep changing their minds about what to do or how to act. Don't ask me why they have chopped and changed so much
chop
A defensive shot with backspin Often used to return drop shots and fast serves
chop
Mark indicating nature, quality, or brand
chop
To seize or devour greedily; with up
chop
To cut by striking repeatedly with a sharp instrument; to cut into pieces; to mince; often with up
finely chopped
{s} thinly chopped, chopped into very fine pieces, dices into small cubes
chopped