burma

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Englisch - Türkisch
(isim) Birmanya
i., tar., bak. Myanmar
{i} Birmanya

Japon güçleri Birmanya'ya yürüdü. - Japanese forces marched into Burma.

Birmanyalı
Birmanya dili
burma road
burma yol
pride of burma
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Erguvan renkli çiçekleri ve bir metre uzunluğundaki salkımları ile çok ilgi çekici olan tropikal bir ağaç türü. Buddhistler di­nî merasimlerde bunu tanrıya sunarlar, (ilmî adı: Amherstia nobilis. Baklagiller sınıfı, cesalpinaceae familyası.)
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Coğrafya) Myanmar, (Burma ya da Birmanya da denir.) Güneydoğu Asya'da, Andaman Denizi ve Bengal Körfezi kıyısında, Bangladeş ve Tayland arasında yer alan birlik. Tam Adı: Myanmar Birliği
Sarığıburma tatlısının kısa söylenişi
Yaş iken burularak kurutulan ot
Bahar aylarında köylülerin topladıkları otları birbirine sardırılmak suretiyle kurutarak saklanan, kışlık hayvan yemi
Kuru incir
Musluk
Burularak yapılmış bilezik
Hadım etme, iğdiş etme
Eğrilmek için bükülmüş yün
Burulmuş, burularak yapılmış, kıvrılmış
Burmak işi
Yaşiken burularak kurutulan ot
Birmanya'nın diğer adı
Sarığıburma tatlısının bir adı
Burulmuş, burularak yapılmış, kıvrılmış: "Yoksa, ben hiç de aptal, tutsak ruhlu, herhangi maskara herifin burma bıyıklarına hayran olan dişilerden değilim."- H. E. Adıvar
Bükülmüş yonca bağı
Englisch - Englisch
Myanmar; a country in Southeast Asia, on the west coast of the Indochina Peninsula
the former name of Myanmar, a country in east Asia
Traditional name (formerly the official name, and still preferred by some) of Myanmar-a country in Southeast Asia
{i} former name of Myanmar (Union of Burma), country in southeastern Asia (renamed Myanmar in 1989)
a mountainous republic in southeastern Asia on the Bay of Bengal; "much opium is grown in Myanmar"
Burma Road
A former highway extending about 1,126 km (700 mi) generally northeastward through mountainous country from northeast Burma (now Myanmar) to Kunming, China. It was a vital transportation route for wartime supplies to the Chinese government from 1938 to 1946. Former highway, South Asia. It ran 681 mi (1,096 km) from Lashio (in eastern Burma, now Myanmar) northeast to Kunming (in Yunnan, China). An extension ran east from Kunming, then north to Chongqing. Completed in 1939, it functioned as a supply route to the interior of China, carrying war goods. It was seized by the Japanese in 1942. It was reopened when it was connected to the Stilwell Road from India in 1945. Its importance diminished after World War II, but it remains a link in a 2,100-mi (3,400-km) road system from Yangon, Myanmar, to Chongqing, China
Burma Road
road extending from Burma to China which was used during World War II to transport supplies to allied forces in China
burma padauk
tree of India and Burma yielding a wood resembling mahogany
Pride of Burma
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) The Pride of Burma (Amherstia nobilis in the Fabaceae) is a tropical tree with exceptionally beautiful flowers (it is also known as the Orchid Tree, a name otherwise reserved for members of the genus Bauhinia). Its name in Burmese is thawka-gyi. It is widely cultivated for ornament in the humid tropics. Pride of Burma is very rare in the wild and has only been collected from its native habitat a few times. It is native to Burma (Myanmar), hence the common name. The scientific name commemorates Lady Amherst, as does Lady Amherst's Pheasant
Louis Mountbatten 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma
orig. Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas, prince of Battenberg born June 25, 1900, Frogmore House, Windsor, Eng. died Aug. 27, 1979, Donegal Bay, off Mullaghmore, County Sligo, Ire. British statesman and naval commander. Son of Prince Louis of Battenberg and great-grandson of Queen Victoria, he entered the Royal Navy in 1913 and became an aide to the prince of Wales in 1921. In World War II he was allied commander for Southeast Asia (1943-46) and directed the recapture of Burma. Appointed viceroy of India (1947), he administered the transfer of power from Britain to the independent nations of India and Pakistan and served as the first governor-general of India (1947-48). He became first sea lord (1955-59) and chief of the United Kingdom Defense Staff (1959-65). In 1979, while on a sailing visit to Ireland, he was assassinated by Irish terrorists who planted a bomb on his boat
Union of Burma
{i} Burma, country in southeastern Asia
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