beer

listen to the pronunciation of beer
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bira

Likör dükkânından bir şişe bira satın aldım. - I bought a bottle of beer at the liquor store.

Bira şişeleri camdan yapılır. - Bottles of beer are made of glass.

(isim) bira
değersiz şey
arpasuyu
şeker veya maya ile hazlrlanmlş herhangi bir içki
beer garden bira icilen açık hava lokantası
önemsiz kimse
beer barrel bira fıçısı
alkollü veya alkolsüz olarak bitki kökleri
beer glass
bira bardağı
beer mug
Bira kupası
beer barrel
bira fıçısı
beer can
bira kutusu
beer's law
beer yasası
beer belly
Bira göbeği
beer bottle
bira şişesi
beer delivery driver
bira teslim sürücü
beer garden
açıkhava meyhanesi
beer gut
Bira gut
beer keg
bira fıçısı
beer sheba
bira Sheba
beer and skittles
(deyim) zevk ve sefa
beer and skittles
(deyim) [cogu zaman life is not beer and skittles ] eglence ve zevk
beer drinker
biracı
beer engine
bira musluğu
beer engine
fıçı bira aleti
beer garden
(isim) çarşamba pazarı gibi yer
beer garden
{i} çarşamba pazarı gibi yer
beer mat
bira bardağı altlığı
beer myocarditis
(Tıp) bira miyokarditi
beer nuts
çerez
beer on draft
fıçı birası
beer on draught
fıçı birası
beer pull
bira musluğu
beer pull
fıçı bira aleti
beer sarcinas
(Gıda) ipeksi bulanıklık etmeni
beer's knife
(Tıp) Katarakt ameliyatlarında, lensin çıkarılması amacıyla korneaya insizyon yapılması için kullanılan, ince ve üçgen şeklinde kesici kısmı olan alet
beer's law of absorption
(Meteoroloji) beer emme yasası
root beer
alkolsüz bira

Alkolsüz bira sever misin? - Do you like root beer?

Vincento bir hamburgerle birlikte alkolsüz biradan hoşlanır. - Vincento likes root beer with a hamburger.

bitter beer
acı bira
bock beer
alman birası
bottled beer
şişe birası
draught beer
fıçı birası
ginger beer
zencefilli bira
munich beer
münih birası
small beer
değersiz şey
small beer
hafif bira
weiss beer
çok köpüklü bira
He treated me to a beer
Bana bir bira ısmarladı
That glass of beer´s got quite a head on it
O bardaktaki biranın üstünde çok köpük var
bottle of beer
bira şişesi
craft beer
zanaat bira
dark beer
dark bira
drought beer
Fıçıdan doldurulan, dökme bira
flat beer
düz bira
free beer
bedava bira
root beer
kök bira

Tom genellikle diyet kök bira içer. - Tom usually drinks diet root beer.

Kök birası klasik bir Amerikan alkolsüz içecek olarak düşünülmektedir. - Root beer is considered a classic American carbonated soft drink.

ten degree beer
on derece bira
twelve degree beer
oniki derece bira
That glass of beer's
O bardaktaki biranın üstünde çok köpük var
a draught of beer
bir yudum bira
a draught of beer
bir fırt bira
another beer please
bir tane daha bira lütfen
bock beer
siyah bira
can you recommend a good beer
İyi bir bira tavsiye edebilir misiniz
draft beer
fıçı bira
draught beer
(Gıda) fıçıdan çekme bira
drink a beer
bira içmek
giant beer (glass)
arjantin bira
ginger beer
zencefilli gazoz
i would like to see some beer mugs
bira bardağı görmek istiyorum
imported beer
ithal bira
lager beer
alman birası
lager beer
bir tür hafif bira
light beer
hafif bira

Hiç hafif biran var mı? - Do you have any light beer?

local beer
yerli bira
may i have a bottle of beer
bir şişe bira alabilir miyim
may i have a carafe of beer
bir sürahi bira alabilir miyim
may i have a glass of beer
bir bardak bira alabilir miyim
may i have a pint of beer
bir bardak büyük boy bira alabilir miyim
near beer
hafif bira
one beer please
bir bira lütfen
pint of beer
arjantin bira
please give me a bottle of beer
lütfen bir şişe bira verin
small beer
(Konuşma Dili) ufak tefek önemsiz şey
small beer
(Konuşma Dili) beş para ermez şey
small beer
önemsiz kimse
small beer
{k} (deyim) degersiz bir sey
small beer
önemsiz şey
small beer
önemsiz sözler
small beer
(Konuşma Dili) bir şeye benzemeyen şey
think no small beer of oneself
(Fiili Deyim ) kendini dev aynasında görmek , büyük görmek
think no small beer of oneself
kendini dev aynasında görmek
think no small beer of oneself
kendini bir şey sanmak
wheat beer
buğday birası
Englisch - Englisch
An alcoholic drink fermented from starch material commonly barley malt, often with hops or some other substance to impart a bitter flavor
A variety of the above beverages
A glass, bottle, or can of any of the above beverages
A solution produced by steeping plant materials in water or another fluid
A fermented extract of the roots and other parts of various plants, as spruce, ginger, sassafras, etc
Any alcoholic beverage
{n} a liquor made of malt and hops, porter, 19 threads
an alcoholic beverage brewed by fermenting malt and hops
A glass of any of the above beverages
An alcoholic beverage made from grain, fermented by yeast and flavored with hops Usually produced by slow fermentation at a low tempurature
A general term for all fermented malt beverages flavored with hops A low level (6 to 12 percent) alcohol solution derived from the fermentation of mash by microorganisms
A solution produced by seeping plant materials in water or another fluid
A fermented liquor made from any malted grain, but commonly from barley malt, with hops or some other substance to impart a bitter flavor
A fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavored with hops A fermented beverage brewed by traditional methods that is then de-alcoholized so that the finished product contains no more than 0 5 percent alcohol
An alcoholic beverage brewed from malted barley, water and hops Some legitimate recipes incorporate wheat The use of rice, corn or other grains or additives is a perversion designed strictly to appeal to the American mass market The American mass market doesn't know real beer from iced bog water
malt & sprouted grain, combined with water, hops, and yeast
Chief product of Lee's Brewery!
drink made from fermented cereals brewed with hops
Any alcoholic beverage produced by the fermentation of sugars obtained from grain Historically, beer implied the use of hops, as opposed to ale, which was unhopped Nowadays, nearly all beer contains hops, and the word ale has a different meaning (see ale)
A low-alcohol beverage brewed from malted barley and cereals (such as corn or rye) mixed with yeast (for fermentation) and flavored with hops Since about 90% of beer is water, the water used in very important to the taste of the beer
An alcoholic beverage that is brewed from malted barley, sugar, hops, and water
Any brand will do, in fact it doesn't even have to contain alcohol and it can be flat
fermented sugar cane juice
"Wort" or "Mash" that has had yeast added which is either partly or completely fermented Known also as "Wash"
A fermented beverage made from barley hops, water, and yeast, and sometimes other ingredients
a general name for alcoholic beverages made by fermenting a cereal (or mixture of cereals) flavored with hops
(US term) The alcoholic liquid that goes into the still Also known as brew or wash
Is a barley and hop flavored alcoholic beverage Beer is made by fermenting a mixture of water, barley, hops and yeast The beer is then filtered, pasteurized, bottled and aged for a short period of time (2 to 9 months) Draft beer is not pasteurized Beer is light golden yellow to reddish to almost black Beer is produced worldwide There are many types of beers: ales, lagers, malt liqueurs, rice, stout, porter and draft, each one having a distinct and unique character Any type of beer can be used to make cool, refreshing summer drinks Beer is best enjoyed chilled and served in chilled glasses Back to index
A fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavored with hops Middle English ber, from Old English bor, from West Germanic, probably from Latin bibere, to drink
{i} type of alcoholic drink, bottle of beer
Beer is a bitter alcoholic drink made from grain. He sat in the kitchen drinking beer We have quite a good range of beers. A glass of beer can be referred to as a beer. Would you like a beer?. Alcoholic beverage made usually from malted barley, flavoured with hops, and brewed by slow fermentation. Known from ancient times, beer was especially common in northern climates not conducive to grape cultivation for wine. It is produced by employing either a bottom-fermenting yeast, which falls to the bottom of the container when fermentation is completed, or a top-fermenting yeast, which rises to the surface. Lager beers (from lagern, "to store"), of German origin, are bottom-fermented and stored at a low temperature for several months; most are light in colour, with high carbonation, medium hop flavor, and alcohol content of 3-5% by volume. Top-fermented beers, popular in Britain, include ale, stout, and porter; they are characterized by a prominent head of released carbon dioxide, a sharper and more strongly hopped flavour than lagers, and an alcohol content of 4-6.5% by volume. See also malt. Beer Hall Putsch Jakob Liebmann Meyer Beer Israel Beer Josaphat De Beers Consolidated Mines
The name beer probably originates from the Anglo Saxon 'baere' which means barley
A fermented malt beverage
cerveza
castle
wallop
beer and skittles
Something pleasurable
beer and skittles
Fun times
beer baron
Somebody who organises the illegal production and sale of beer during a time of Prohibition
beer bellies
plural form of beer belly
beer belly
A protruding abdomen (usually in men) attributed to the consumption of beer
beer bong
A funnel used to rapidly drink large quantities of alcoholic beverage
beer bongs
plural form of beer bong
beer bottle
A bottle designed to contain beer
beer can
A lightweight metallic can containing beer

There were empty beer cans stacked to the ceiling.

beer garden
The outdoor section of a public house, where customers can sit in the sun and enjoy their beverages
beer gardens
plural form of beer garden
beer goggles
The illusion that people are more attractive, brought on by alcohol consumption
beer gut
A beer belly
beer guts
plural form of beer gut
beer hall
A large German public house that specialises in beer
beer halls
plural form of beer hall
beer hand
A seven and two as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
beer hands
plural form of beer hand
beer mat
A small square cardboard mat, often with an advertisement for a brewery on it, that is used to rest one's glass on, and to protect the surface of a table or a bar in a pub
beer money
Some extra money not needed for essential payments, which is available for spending on luxuries, hobbies, or simply going out for a beer

Greenwood sees his part-time work as more than just beer money though. It's also a year of groundwork, he says.

beer muscles
An aggressive attitude resulting from consumption of an alcoholic beverage

Everybody's out partying, people start drinking, old beefs pop up, and people get their beer muscles out and start fighting.”.

beer muscles
A protruding stomach, supposedly indicative of excessive consumption of beer

Nick made legs of his fingers and walked them on the baby's belly. . . . “ook at those beer muscles!”.

beer nut
A peanut served with its husk (but not its shell)
beer nuts
plural form of beer nut
beer parlor
an alternative spelling of beer parlour

At UBC Canada, the student center also houses an auditorium and a beer parlor for students called the Pit, as well as a bowling alley on the lower ground floor.

beer parlors
plural form of beer parlor
beer parlour
A bar, selling beer, that has tables where customers may congregate socially
beer parlours
plural form of beer parlour
beer pong
a drinking game in which players attempt to throw a ping pong ball into cups of beer
beer run
A trip made, often late at night, to obtain beer or other alcoholic beverages
beer snake
A long, flexible construction of stacked, empty plastic beer cups, made by the crowd at long sporting fixtures (especially cricket matches)
beer tent
At a fair or festival, a tent set up for the purpose of selling and consuming beer and other alcoholic beverages
beer tents
plural form of beer tent
beer ticket
Paper money
beer tickets
plural form of beer ticket
beer-bust
A large, usually boisterous party, as for college students, club members, or soldiers, at which beer is the sole or principal beverage and is consumed in large quantities
Beer Hall Putsch
or Munich Putsch (Nov. 8-9, 1923) Unsuccessful attempt by Adolf Hitler to start an insurrection in Germany against the Weimar Republic. On Nov. 8, 1923, Hitler and his men pushed their way into a right-wing political meeting in a Munich beer hall and obtained agreement that the leaders there should join in carrying the "revolution" to Berlin. The next day, some 3,000 Nazis marched toward the Marienplatz but were met by police gunfire. Hitler was subsequently sentenced to five years in prison for treason; he served only eight months, time he spent writing Mein Kampf
Beer-Sheva
city in southern Israel
beer barrel
{i} beer keg, container that holds beer
beer barrel
a barrel that holds beer
beer belly
large stomach, bulging abdomen (especially from drinking an excessive amount of beer)
beer belly
If a man has a beer belly, he has a fat stomach because of drinking too much beer. He was short and fat, with a large beer belly. = paunch. A protruding abdomen, especially as the result of habitual beer drinking. 'beer gut an unattractive fat stomach caused by drinking too much beer
beer bottle
a bottle that holds beer
beer can
tin of beer, metal container holding beer
beer can
a can that holds beer
beer drinker
someone whose favorite drink is beer or ale
beer garden
An outdoor tavern or an outdoor area adjoining a tavern where alcohol is served
beer garden
{i} tavern, alehouse, outdoor establishment that serves beer and alcohol
beer garden
tavern with an outdoor area (usually resembling a garden) where beer and other alcoholic drinks are served
beer glass
a relatively large glass for serving beer
beer gut
A beer gut is the same as a beer belly
beer hall
a hall or barroom featuring beer and (usually) entertainment
beer mat
a drip mat placed under a glass of beer
beer mat
a small circle of card that you put under a glass, especially in a bar
beer mat
(British) small mat on which a beer glass is placed, coaster
beer money
a little extra money to buy a drink or have fun with
beer mug
a mug intended for serving beer
beer mug
{i} mug drinking beer
birch beer
A sweetened, non-alcoholic, sparkling beverage with a wintergreen flavor, traditionally made from the oil of the sweet birch
bock beer
A strong, dark lager of German origin
free as in beer
Free in the sense of costing no money; gratis
ginger beer
A non-alcoholic drink flavoured/flavored with ginger
ginger beer
A glass or drink of ginger beer
ginger beer
(Cockney rhyming slang; usually used in the shortened form ginger) queer (ie, homosexual)
life's not all skittles and beer
Skittles and Beer refers to the carefree, indulgent bar life; skittles being a British pub game. Thus, life's not all skittles and beer means that not everything is about pleasure
root beer
A beverage, most often a carbonated soft drink made from a combination of vanilla, cherry tree bark, licorice root, sarsaparilla root, sassafras root bark, nutmeg, anise, and molasses among other things
root beer float
A dessert consisting of root beer poured over vanilla ice cream, so that the ice cream floats
small beer
Something that is of relatively little importance

The income from gold plated widgets is small beer compared to the income from the standard ones.

small beer
Beer with a low alcoholic content
If I tell you will you buy me a beer
will you get me a beer if I reveal the secret?
a beer
brewsky
beers
plural of beer
birch beer
A carbonated soft drink flavored with herb extracts, traditionally of birch tree bark
birch beer
carbonated drink containing an extract from bark of birch trees
blink beer
Beer kept unbroached until it is sharp
bock beer
A strong dark beer drawn first from the vats, especially in spring
bock beer
{i} type of strong dark rich lager which used to be brewed in vats in the fall and aged through the winter for drinking in the spring
bock beer
A strong beer, originally made in Bavaria
bottle of beer
glass container of beer
cold beer
chilled drink of beer, cold alcoholic drink, "a cold one", "suds
craft beer
A distinctively flavored beer that is brewed and distributed regionally. Also called craft brew, microbrew
craft beer
{i} craft brew, local beer, distinctly flavored beer brewed on a small scale and distributed only regionally
draft beer
beer drawn from a keg
draught beer
draft beer, beer which is drawn from a cask
fruit beer
Beer or ale to which fruit, such as cherries, or fruit syrup has been added for a second fermentation
ginger beer
carbonated slightly alcoholic drink flavored with fermented ginger
ginger beer
{i} bubbling drink flavored with ginger; (Slang) queer, homosexual person
ginger beer
Ginger beer is a fizzy drink that is made from syrup and ginger and is sometimes slightly alcoholic. A glass of ginger beer can be referred to as a ginger beer. A nonalcoholic drink similar to ginger ale but flavored with fermented ginger. a non-alcoholic drink with a strong taste of ginger
lager beer
German beer
lager beer
Originally a German beer, but now also made in immense quantities in the United States; so called from its being laid up or stored for some months before use
light beer
lager with reduced alcohol content
munich beer
a dark lager produced in Munich since the 10th century; has a distinctive taste of malt
near beer
Any of various malt liquors (see Citation)
near beer
drink that resembles beer but with less than 1/2 percent alcohol
near beer
A malt liquor that does not contain enough alcohol to be considered an alcoholic beverage
root beer
Root beer is a fizzy non-alcoholic drink flavoured with the roots of various plants and herbs. It is popular in the United States. A glass, can, or bottle of root beer can be referred to as a root beer. Kevin buys a root beer. A carbonated soft drink made from extracts of certain plant roots and herbs. a sweet brown non-alcoholic drink made from the roots of some plants, drunk especially in the US
root beer
A sweet, brown carbonated soda made with herbs It is almost always non-alcoholic
root beer
sweet carbonated drink made of root extracts from certain plants
root beer
Created in the mid-1800s by pharmacist Charles Hires The original root beer was very low in alcohol, and was made by fermenting a blend of sugar and yeast with various roots, herbs, and barks such as sarsaparilla and sassafras
root beer
Not really a beer! It was created in the mid-1800s by Philadelphia pharmacist Charles Hires, the original root beer was a (very) low-alcohol, naturally effervescent beverage made by fermenting a blend of sugar and yeast with various roots, herbs and barks such as sarsaparilla, sassafras, wild cherry, wintergreen and ginger Today's commercial root beer is completely non-alcoholic and generally contains sugar, caramel colouring, a combination of artificial and natural flavourings (including some of those originally used) and carbonated water for sparkle
root beer
carbonated drink containing extracts of roots and herbs
root beer float
an ice-cream soda made with ice cream floating in root beer
small beer
triviality: something of small importance
small beer
{i} weak beer; beer of low quality; something worthless
small beer
If you say that something is small beer, you mean that it is unimportant in comparison with something else. Such roles are small beer compared with the fame she once enjoyed. = peanuts
spruce beer
a brew made by fermenting molasses and other sugars with the sap of spruce trees (sometimes with malt)
steam beer
A highly effervescent beer originally brewed in the western United States
weiss beer
A light-colored highly effervescent beer made by the top-fermentation process
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von beer im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

beer emme yasası
(Meteoroloji) beer's law of absorption
beer yasası
beer's law
beer

    Türkische aussprache

    bîr

    Aussprache

    /ˈbər/ /ˈbɪr/

    Etymologie

    [ bir ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English bere, from Old English bēor (“beer”), from Proto-Germanic *beuzan, *beuzaz (“beer”), from Proto-Indo-European *beus-, *bheus- (“dross, sediment, brewer's yeast”). Cognate with West Frisian bier (“beer”), Low Saxon beer (“beer”), Dutch bier (“beer”), German Bier (“beer”), Icelandic bjór (“beer”), Swedish buska (“freshly brewed beer, new beer”), Middle Dutch & Middle Low German būsen (“to feast, booze, drink heavily”), Middle High German būs (“a swelling”). More at booze.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    beer bong, beer pong

    Wort des Tages

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