cottage

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kulübe

Peter'ın kulübesi çok büyük. - Peter's cottage is very big.

Onun kulübesi kıyıda. - His cottage is on the coast.

{i} kır evi

Kır evinin arkasında güzel bir ağacın altında bir masa kurdum. - I've set out a table under a beautiful tree behind the cottage.

Köprünün ötesinde bir kır evi var. - There is a cottage beyond the bridge.

kırevi
köşk
küçük ev
sayfiyecottage cheese süzme peynir
{i} sayfiye evi

Onun deniz kenarında bir sayfiye evi var - She has a cottage by the sea.

Sayfiye evi bana onunla birlikte geçirdiğim mutlu günleri hatırlattı. - The cottage reminded me of the happy times I had spent with her.

rençper
{i} yazlık ev, sayfiye evi
kulübe,yazlık ev
cottage pudding üzerine meyvalı şurup dükülen bircottager
bungalov
cottage piano
(Muzik) küçük düz piyano
cottage cheese
lor peyniri
cottage cheese
süzme peynir

Süzme peynir benim en sevdiğim yiyecektir. - Cottage cheese is my favorite food.

Küçük kız kardeşim süzme peynirin tadını sevmez. - My little sister doesn't like the taste of cottage cheese.

cottage drier
kurutma odası
cottage steamer
buharlama odası
cottage cheese
(Aşçı, Gastronomi) bir çeşit tatlımsı krema kıvamında beyaz peynir
cottage pie
yazlık pasta
cottage cheese
(Gıda) çökelek peyniri
cottage gardens
kulübe bahçeleri
cottage hospital
sağlık ocağı
cottage industry
ev içi üretimi sanayii
country cottage
ülke yazlık
summer cottage
yazlık
love in cottage
(deyim) "Samanlık seyran olur" deyişindeki seyran olan samanlık
small house
küçük ev
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of men: To have homosexual sex in a public lavatory; to practice cottaging
To stay at a seasonal home, to go cottaging
A seasonal home of any size or stature. A recreational home or a home in a remote location

Most cottages in the area were larger and more elaborate than my home.

A small house; a cot; a hut
A cottage is a small house, usually in the country. They used to have a cottage in N.W. Scotland My sister Yvonne also came to live at Ockenden Cottage with me. a small house in the country (cotage, from cot , from )
{n} a hut, a very small or little house
n pondok
{i} small house
Middle Europe
(No other details other than this V Labrusca cultivar is the result of a Concord X Unknown I D hybrid cross, or possibly a Concord variety clone Recommended as disease resistant for the State of Arkansas)
a small house with a single story
A space permanently open to the sky enclosed fully or partially by buildings and may be at ground level or any other level within or adjacent to the building
A small house (3-5 rooms) of any period
A small, one-story house
cot
cottage cheese
A cheese curd product with a mild flavor. It is drained, but not pressed so some whey remains
cottage fries
a type of basic potato dish made by pan or skillet frying diced, chunked, wedged or sliced potatoes
cottage industries
plural form of cottage industry
cottage industry
A job or occupation carried out at home or on a part-time basis

A craft such as quilting may be pursued as a hobby or as a cottage industry.

cottage industry
A small-scale industry, with relatively few employees or a limited customer base or low economic impact

Microfinance, once a relative cottage industry championed by antipoverty activists and development wonks, is on the verge of a revolution, with billions of dollars from big banks, private-equity shops and pension funds pouring in.

cottage pie
A meat pie having a mashed potato crust, especially made with beef
cottage pies
plural form of cottage pie
cottage cheese
Cottage cheese is a soft, white, lumpy cheese made from sour milk. A soft white cheese made of strained and seasoned curds of skim milk. Also called pot cheese, also called regionally Dutch cheese, smearcase. soft white cheese made from sour milk
cottage cheese
type of soft white cheese made from the curds of skim milk
cottage cheese
Paneer Prepared Ingredient
cottage cheese
A fresh cheese made from whole, part-skimmed, or skimmed pasteurized cow's milk If cottage cheese, which is very moist, is left to drain longer, "pot cheese" is formed Draining longer still produces "farmer cheese "
cottage cheese
mild white cheese made from curds of soured skim milk
cottage hospital
a small hospital, usually in a country area
cottage industry
small-scale industry that can be carried on at home by family members using their own equipment
cottage industry
"Cottage Industry" means an enterprise which is conducted accessory to a residential use and complies with the limitations in the County zoning code Although a use permit is not required, a business license and other permits such as building or health permits may be required
cottage industry
a business located in a small dwelling, typically in the home
cottage industry
home-based industry; family business; small often unregistered business; loosely organized activity
cottage industry
An activity conducted as an accessory use within a single-detached dwelling by one or more of its residents A cottage industry may include activities such as dressmaking, upholstering, weaving, baking, ceramic-making, painting, sculpting and the repair of personal effects
cottage industry
A method of production that was carried on in the homes of the workers that used labor and relatively simple, inexpensive capital resources (for example, spinning wheel, hand loom)
cottage industry
small-scale manufacture that takes place in the home (such as weaving) or in small shops Also called a putting-out system
cottage industry
A cottage industry is a small business that is run from someone's home, especially one that involves a craft such as knitting or pottery. Bookbinding is largely a cottage industry. an industry that consists of people working at home
cottage industry
Business or industry in which goods are produced primarily in the home of the producer
cottage industry
an industry characterized by small operations closely identified with their personnel
cottage loaf
A cottage loaf is a loaf of bread which has a smaller round part on top of a larger round part
cottage pie
Cottage pie is a dish which consists of minced meat in gravy with mashed potato on top. = shepherd's pie
cottage pie
a dish of minced meat topped with mashed potatoes
cottage pink
European pink cultivated for its very fragrant pink or rosy flowers
cottage tent
a tent providing shelter for a family
cottage tulip
A late-blooming type of garden tulip having long stems and egg-shaped, variously colored flowers
cottage tulip
any of several long-stemmed tulips that flower in May; have egg-shaped variously colored flowers
summer cottage
A cottage rented out in the summer to vacationers
A cottage
shiel
Cape Cod cottage
A compact house of one or one-and-a-half stories with a gabled roof and a central chimney
Cottage cheese
smearcase
Cottage cheese
curd cheese
cottages
plural of cottage
summer cottage
resort cottage, small house used during the summer months
tied cottage
a house that a farm worker rents from a farmer while he is working on that farm
cottage