butter

listen to the pronunciation of butter
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tereyağı

Ekmeğin üzerindeki tereyağı çok iyi. - The butter on the bread is very good.

4. Susam yağını wokta ısıtın ve tereyağını eritin. - 4. Heat the sesame oil in the wok and melt the butter.

(Gıda) tereyağ

4. Susam yağını wokta ısıtın ve tereyağını eritin. - 4. Heat the sesame oil in the wok and melt the butter.

Ekmeğin üzerindeki tereyağı çok iyi. - The butter on the bread is very good.

sadeyağ
margarin

O, tereyağ yerine margarin sürdü. - She spread on margarine instead of butter.

O, tereyağ yerine margarin sürdü. - She substituted margarine for butter.

tereyağı sürmek
tereyağına benzeyen kakao vb
yağı

Bana tere yağını uzat, yapar mısın lütfen? - Pass me the butter, will you please.

4. Susam yağını wokta ısıtın ve tereyağını eritin. - 4. Heat the sesame oil in the wok and melt the butter.

(fiil) tereyağı sürmek
{i} yağcılık
{i} dalkavukluk
yağ sürmek
(Tıp) butter
butter churn
güğüm
butter milk
(Gıda) kreması alınmış süt
butter sauce
(Gıda) tereyağlı sos
butter someone up
(deyim) birine yağ çekmek
butter up
(Konuşma Dili) yalakalık yapmak
butter up
(Konuşma Dili) yalakalık etmek
butter up
dalkavukluk etmek
butter up
{f} yağ çekmek
butter up
(Konuşma Dili) yağ yapmak
butter up
(Konuşma Dili) yalakalanmak
butter up
yağcılık yap
butter up
(Konuşma Dili) yaltaklanmak
butter up to
(deyim) yalakalık yapmak
butter bean
fasulye
butter dish
tereyağı tabağı
butter fly valve
kelebekli valf
butter knife
tereyağı bıçağı
butter muslin
ince muslin
butter sb up
yağlamak
butter sb up
birine yağ çekmek
butter up
çok methetmek
butter up
yağcılık etmek
Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth
Saman altından su yürütür
butter bean
iri bir bakla türü
butter beans
tereyağı fasulye
butter cream
tereyağı krema
butter fingered
tereyağı parmaklı
butter fingers
tereyağı parmaklar
butter fish
tereyağı balık
butter flavour
Tereyağı aroması
butter him up
Onu tereyağı
butter sb up
yağ çekmek, yağlamak mec
butter somebody up
(deyim) Birini birşeyi yapmaya kandırmak için yağ çekmek
butter someone up
tereyağı birini
butter up
(Argo) yağcılık yapmak
butter churn
yayık
butter cream frosting
(Gıda) tereyağı kreması
butter machine
(Tarım) tereyağ yapma makinesi
butter up
{k} -e yağ çekmek, -i yağlamak, -e dalkavukluk etmek
butter up
{f} pohpohlamak
butter valve chamber
kelebek vana odası
bread and butter
geçim yolu
peanut butter
fıstık ezmesi

Tom öğle yemeği için bir fıstık ezmesi ve jöleli sandviç yedi. - Tom had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch.

Tom bir fıstık ezmesi ve jöle sandviç yaptı. - Tom made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

bread and butter
(Konuşma Dili) günlük geçim
bread and butter
{k} ekmek kapısı; insanı geçindiren iş/para
bread and butter
geçim
clarified butter
sağyağ
clarified butter
sadeyağ
honey butter
(Gıda) ballı ezme
lobster butter
(Gıda) ıstakozlu tereyağ
melted butter
(Gıda) eritilmiş tereyağ
melted butter
(Gıda) erimiş tereyağ
shrimp butter
(Gıda) karidesli tereyağı
anchovy butter
hamsi yağı
apple butter
elma marmelatı
bread and butter
tereyağlı ekmek
bread and butter
ekmek parası
brown butter
kahverengi tereyağı
cacao butter
kakao yağı
cocoa butter
kakao yağı
coconut butter
hindistancevizi yağı
garlic butter
sarımsaklı yağ
lemon butter
limon yağı
peanut butter
krem fıstık
quarrel with one's bread and butter
ekmek parası ile oynamak
apple butter
elma marmelati
brandy butter
brendi tereyağı
buttered
Tereyağlı

Tostlar hep tereyağlı tarafı üzerine düşer. - Toasts always fall on the buttered side.

Keiko, hiç tereyağlı tostun var mı? - Keiko, do you have any buttered toast?

buttering
YAgLAMA
butters
ezmesi
guns over butter
tereyağı üzerine silahlar
karite butter
karite tereyağı
like a knife through butter
(hot) tereyağından kıl çeker gibi
nipple butter
Bebek emziren annelerin tahriş olan meme uçlarını koruma amaçlı kullanılan krem
pat of butter
tereyağı pat
peanut butter and jelly
(Gıda) Fıstık ezmesi ve reçel kullanılarak hazırlanan bir çeşit sandviç
peanut-butter legs
Cinsel açıdan kolayca elde edilebilen kadın
shea butter
Shea Yağı
sweet cream butter
tatlı krema tereyağı
whipped butter
tereyağı çırpılmış
bread and butter
geçim için yapılan
bread and butter
temel
bread and butter letter
(deyim) teşekkür notu
bread and butter letter
yemek ve konukseverlik için teşekkür mektubu
coconut butter
hindistan cevizi yağı
drawn butter
eritilmiş unlu tereyağı sosu
drawn butter sauce
eritilmiş unlu tereyağı sosu
fresh butter
(Gıda) tereyağlı
may i have some butter
biraz tereyağı alabilir miyim
mustard butter
(Gıda) hardallı tereyağ
one's bread and butter
(deyim) gecim
peanut butter
yerfıstığı ezmesi, fıstık ezmesi
quarrel with one's bread and butter
{f} kendi ekmeği ile oynamak
quarrel with one's bread and butter
(fiil) kendi ekmeği ile oynamak
run butter
eritilmiş tereyağı
snail butter
(Gıda) salyangozlu tereyağı
trout fried in butter
(Gıda) tereyağında alabalık
truffle butter
(Gıda) yermantarı tereyağı
with butter
tereyağı ile
Englisch - Englisch
Any specific soft substance
To move one's weight backwards or forwards onto the tips or tails of one's skis or snowboard so only the tip or tail is in contact with the snow
To spread butter on

Butter the toast.

Any of various foodstuffs made from other foods or oils, similar in consistency to, eaten like or intended as a substitute for butter (preceded by the name of the food used to make it)

peanut butter.

A soft, fatty foodstuff made by churning the cream of milk (generally cow's milk)
{v} to cover or moisten with butter
{n} a food or substance made from cream
Butter is a soft yellow substance made from cream. You spread it on bread or use it in cooking. bread and butter Pour the melted butter into a large mixing bowl
Makhan Prepared item
An oily, unctuous substance obtained from cream or milk by churning
A cooking and eating fat that is made from sweet or sour cream and, by federal law, must contain a minimum of 80% milk fat (butterfat) It comes salted and unsalted (sweet); it also comes whipped for greater volume and easier spreading Butter absorbs odors easily and is highly susceptible to rancidity To avoid either of these problems, store butter in the refrigerator no longer than 2 weeks For longer storage, butter may be frozen for up to 9 months without deterioration
Any substance resembling butter in degree of consistence, or other qualities, especially, in old chemistry, the chlorides, as butter of antimony, sesquichloride of antimony; also, certain concrete fat oils remaining nearly solid at ordinary temperatures, as butter of cacao, vegetable butter, shea butter
n mentega
a fighter who strikes the opponent with his head
A soft, fatty foodstuff made by churning the cream of milk (generally cows milk)
Specially frozen in liquid nitrogen, this takes the form of a solid yellow block which can be used to break open safes or to cause severe injuries if thrown For some obscure reason it is always served with a bread roll; some misguided people believe that it is designed to be spread over the bread and then eaten, but these poor fools usually end up by breaking their knives on it Through extensive research I have discovered that placing these blocks on a heat source (such as the table lamp) will eventually melt them and a strange oily substance is obtained Analysis of this so far is inconclusive
an edible emulsion of fat globules made by churning milk or cream; for cooking and table use
Made from milk fat and containing 80% fat and the remaining 20% is moisture and milk solids Lends good flavor to baked goods and things like fudge
Butter is made by churning cream until is reaches a semi-solid state By U S law, butter must be at least 80% butter-fat The USDA grades butter quality based on flavor, body, texture, color and salt The grades are AA, A, B, and C
A term used for smooth water
Is made from the fat part of milk The butter you use contains about 16% moisture and may or may not contain salt This is vital to know if making bread with butter containing salt as this extra salt may need to be compensated for in the recipe The butter used in Olde English Home Baking Co mixes contains 99% butter fat and is called a concentrated butter The removal of the water delays the onset of rancidity, common to butter top of page
{f} spread with butter, spread butter on
Makhan Fat
To increase, as stakes, at every throw or every game
Butter is produced by churning fresh dairy cream into a semi-solid block It is sold in a stick form or by the pound Butter used for baking may be salted or unsalted It is used by most bread bakers for its flavor, and provides a golden-brown color to the crust (see wash)
spread butter on; "butter bread"
{i} solid fat substance derived from milk
One who, or that which, butts
To cover or spread with butter
Churned cream, often with salt added for flavor
a fatty yellow spread made from cream
an edible emulsion of fat globules made by churning milk or cream; for cooking and table use a fighter who strikes the opponent with his head spread butter on; "butter bread
If you butter something such as bread or toast, you spread butter on it. She spread pieces of bread on the counter and began buttering them. buttered scones. see also bread and butter, peanut butter. to spread butter on something. Solid emulsion of fat globules and water made by churning cream, used as a food. Presumably known since the advent of animal husbandry, butter has long been used as a cooking fat and as a spread. It was traditionally a farm product, but with the advent of the cream separator in the late 19th century it began to be mass-produced. It is a high-energy food, containing about 715 calories per 100 grams. It is high in butterfat (80-85%) and low in protein. Colouring is sometimes added to enhance its natural yellow colour (from carotene), and salt is often added
butter bar
(U.S. Navy, Coast Guard) An Ensign
butter bar
(U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines) A 2nd Lieutenant
butter bean
Any of several beans, including the lima bean, sieva bean, wax bean, and civet bean
butter bomb
A wine in which diacetyl is deliberately promoted in order to impart a buttery flavour

The result is a creamy, fruit-driven wine that is by no means a butter-bomb.

butter bombs
plural form of butter bomb
butter chicken
A mild curry in which marinaded chicken tikkas are cooked in butter with a makhani sauce
butter chickens
plural form of butter chicken
butter cream
A thick, sweet icing of butter and sugar, used in cakes as a filling or coating
butter curler
A kitchen tool designed to produce decorative butter shapes for use in food decoration
butter dish
A specialised dish in which butter is served. It would normally have a base with a separate fitting lid with its own handle
butter dishes
plural form of butter dish
butter fingers
A clumsy person who always drops things, a klutz
butter knife
A sharp-pointed, dull edged knife, often with a sabre shape, used only to serve out pats of butter from a central butter dish to individual diners' plates
butter knives
plural form of butter knife
butter lamp
A conspicuous feature of Tibetan Buddhist temples and monasteries throughout the Himalayas. The lamps traditionally burn clarified yak butter, but now often use vegetable oil
butter of antimony
antimony trichloride
butter of arsenic
The compound arsenic trichloride
butter of tin
tin tetrachloride pentahydrate
butter of zinc
zinc chloride
butter oil
clarified butter
butter tart
A tart filled with butter, sugar, eggs, and often raisins
butter up
To flatter, especially with the intent of personal gain

He takes every opportunity to butter up the boss.

butter-and-egg man
A prosperous dairy farmer (or other wealthy rural citizen), seen as coming into the big city and ostentatiously living it up

He puffed on the big cigar that he always had stuck in his face and posed back like a big butter-and-egg man.

butter-and-egg men
plural form of butter-and-egg man
butter-and-eggs
the European plant toadflax (Linaria vulgaris)
butter-box
A derogatory name that British sailors gave the Dutch during the age of the Anglo-Dutch Wars
butter-slide
A long patch of butter on a floor that will cause anybody walking on it to slip, traditionally used in slapstick or as a practical joke
butter lettuce
A lettuce (as Bibb or Boston lettuce) with a soft loose head of tender oily mild-flavored leaves
butter somebody up
Say nice things to someone so that they will do what you want

Don’t think you can butter me up that easily.

butter bean
lima bean, edible seed of this plant
butter bean
small flat green bean similar to lima beans
butter bean
bush bean plant cultivated especially in southern United States having small flat edible seeds
butter bean
Butter beans are the yellowish flat round seeds of a kind of bean plant. They are eaten as a vegetable, and in Britain they are usually sold dried rather than fresh. a large pale yellow bean
butter clam
A large, delicately flavored clam of the genus Saxidomus, found on the Pacific coast of North America and having a distinctive shell that was formerly used as money by Native Americans. Also called money shell
butter cookie
cookie containing much butter
butter dish
a small dish (often with a cover) for holding butter at the table
butter flavored margarine
margarine which is made to taste like butter
butter knife
a small knife with a dull blade; for cutting or spreading butter
butter tart
{i} (Cookery) Canadian tart made of butter and filled with raisins and nuts
butter tea
(Tsampa) Boiled tea mixed with salt and soda, then strained into an urn containing butter and dried ground cereal (often barley) and churned Butter tea is served in a basin and often a lump of butter is added when serving It was served in Tibet and then in India
butter tea
Boiled tea mixed with salt and soda, then strained into an urn containing butter and dried ground cereal (often barley) and churned Butter tea is served in a basin and often a lump of butter is added when serving It was served in Tibet and then in India
butter up
If someone butters you up, they try to please you because they want you to help or support them. The bank has to butter up investors because it is in a fiercely competitive market I tried buttering her up. `I've always admired people with these sorts of talents.'
butter up
{f} suck up, adulate someone in order to gain favor or advantage by behaving obsequiously
butter up
flatter with the intention of getting something
butter wouldn't melt in his mouth
he acts as if he never does anything wrong
butter-and-eggs
or toadflax Common perennial herbaceous plant (Linaria vulgaris) of the snapdragon family, native to Eurasia and widely naturalized in North America. The plant bears flaxlike leaves and showy yellow and orange flowers that are two-lipped and spurred like snapdragons
Cumberland Rum Butter
Cumberland Rum Butter is a delicious regional speciality of butter flavoured with rum, brown sugar and spices
apple butter
Preserved apple purée with spices
body butter
a moisturizer designed to be applied to the body
bread and butter
That which is central or fundamental, as to one's business, survival, or income; a staple or cornerstone

They will do some machining if you ask them, but sheet metal has always been their bread and butter.

bread-and-butter
A saying specifically used to ward off bad luck when separating hands to walk either side of a tree
bread-and-butter
Relating to basic sustenance or the requirements for everyday living for the masses
bread-and-butter
A general saying used to ward off bad luck
bread-and-butter issue
any issue, such as inflation or prices, that affects ordinary people in their daily lives
bread-and-butter issues
plural form of bread-and-butter issue
bread-and-butter letter
A short, hand-written communication to thank someone who has recently provided you with hospitality, usually dinner or an overnight visit
bread-and-butter note
A short note thanking someone who has recently provided the writer with hospitality
brown butter
A preparation of unsalted butter in which the butterfat and milk solids are allowed to separate and brown over a heat, used in French pastry or as a sauce
butters
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of butter
butters
Unattractive, ugly or repulsive
butters
plural form of butter
clarified butter
A cooking fat made by gently heating butter and separating the solids from the butterfat
cocoa butter
The fat that is extracted from the cocoa bean to make chocolate; it has a relatively sharp melting point so does not feel greasy when eaten
duck butter
Semen
fine words butter no parsnips
Talking about doing something does not get it done
lung butter
Thick, brownish mucus coughed up due to habitual or accidental smoke inhalation
lung butter
Thick, yellow mucus coughed up due to illness
nut butter
A spread made from some type of seed or nut, similar to peanut butter
nut-brown butter
brown butter
peanut butter
A spread made from ground peanuts
peanut butter cup
A chocolate candy with peanut butter filling
shea butter
A slightly yellowish or ivory-colored natural fat extracted from fruit of the shea tree by crushing and boiling, widely used in cosmetics as a moisturizer and an emollient, as a cooking oil in West Africa, and sometimes used in the chocolate industry as a substitute for cocoa butter
nipple butter
Cream that helps protect and moisturise nipples in order to prevent them from becoming sore and cracked during breastfeeding
peanut butter and jam sandwich
(Gıda) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J or peanut butter and jam sandwich in Australia and the United Kingdom) is a sandwich, popular in North America, that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jam or jelly on bread, commonly between two slices, but sometimes eaten open-faced
peanut butter and jelly sandwich
(Gıda) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J or peanut butter and jam sandwich in Australia and the United Kingdom) is a sandwich, popular in North America, that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jam or jelly on bread, commonly between two slices, but sometimes eaten open-faced
peanut-butter legs
(deyim) 1. A woman's legs that easily spread.2. A woman who likes to have sex a lot
shea butter
A whitish or yellowish fat obtained from the seeds of the shea tree, used as food and for making soap and candles
anchovy butter
butter blended with mashed anchovies
apple butter
thick dark spicy puree of apples
brandy butter
a mixture of butter, sugar, and brandy, usually eaten with Christmas pudding
bread and butter
the financial means whereby one lives; "each child was expected to pay for their keep"; "he applied to the state for support"; "he could no longer earn his own livelihood"
bread and butter
Something that is the bread and butter of a person or organization is the activity or work that provides the main part of their income. The mobile phone business was actually his bread and butter
bread and butter
{i} maintenance, livelihood, source of income
bread and butter
{s} habitual, routine, usual; practical, material
bread and butter
Bread and butter issues or matters are ones which are important to most people, because they affect them personally. The opposition gained support by concentrating on bread-and-butter matters
bread and butter letter
thank you letter, thank you note thanking a person for their hospitality
bread and butter pickle
thinly sliced sweet pickles
brown butter
clarified butter browned slowly and seasoned with vinegar or lemon juice and capers
buttered
Simple past and past participle of to butter
buttered
{s} spread with butter
buttering
Placing mortar on a masonry unit with a trowel before laying such unit
buttering
present participle of butter
buttering
Application of compound or sealant to the flat surface of a member before placing it into position
buttering
In glazing, application of sealant or compound to the flat surface of some member before placing the member in position, such as the buttering of a removable stop before fastening the stop in place
butters
third-person singular of butter
butters
unattractive or repulsive
butters
plural of butter
cacao butter
fat extracted from cacao seeds (used in making soap, cosmetics, etc.)
clarified butter
Butter cleared of water and impurities by slowly melting and filtering
clarified butter
Butter which is clarified by first heating it until it foams, and then, straining through very fine cheesecloth or skimming off the milk solids
clarified butter
butter made clear by heating and removing the sediment of milk solids
clarified butter
Butter which been melted and allowed to stand so that the butter solids sink to the bottom The clear liquid remaining is clarified butter Compound Butter: A mixture of raw butter and various flavoring ingredients
clarified butter
Ghee Prepared item
clarified butter
is clarified by bringing to the boil until it foams and then skimming the solids from the top or straining through muslin before use
clarified butter
Ghee Fat
clarified butter
Unsalted butter which has been melted and skimmed of milk solids Recipe: Shrimp Scampi
clarified butter
Melt butter at low heat, the whey will deposit in the bottom of the pot With a ladle, recuperate the butter that is transparent like oil
cocoa butter
the vegetable fat from the cacao that is extracted from chocolate liquor; the basis for white chocolate
cocoa butter
The natural, cream-colored vegetable fat extracted during the process of making chocolate and cocoa powder
cocoa butter
Its mainly used is a thickening agent and is a common ingredient in lipsticks, soaps and emollient creams It easily absorbs into the skin and imparts sheen
cocoa butter
a yellow-white fat from cocoa beans
cocoa butter
the whitish yellow fat extracted from cocoa beans during the manufacture of chocolate and then added back at a later stage
cocoa butter
Emollient properties great in soapmaking and lotions Hard at room temperature
cocoa butter
It is the fat pressed from the cocoa bean Benefits: Softens and lubricates the skin
cocoa butter
the naturally occurring fat in cacao beans, essential in the making of good chocolate The bean contains approximately 50% cacaobutter
cocoa butter
stabilizer, thickener
cocoa butter
The fat pressed out of pure Cacao paste The paste is 54% fat Has a melting point at human body temperature, is edible and nutritious which presents many industrial uses Is added to pure Cacao Paste to create bar Chocolate
cocoa butter
(Theobroma cacao) A pale yellow fat obtained from dried and naturally fermented cocoa beans The beans grow on a small, spreading, evergreen tree which grows up to 8 m (26 feet) tall Originally from the South and Central American rain forests, it is now cultivated principally in Ghana, Nigeria, and Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Fifty to sixty percent of the cocoa bean consists of cocoa butter, which is used as a base for chocolate manufacture The residue, after extraction of the butter, is used to make cocoa powder In cosmetics, it is used as an ointment base, emollient, skin softener and protectant It is moisturizing; it lays down a protective layer that holds moisture to the skin making it a good skin softener It has a slight scent of chocolate
cocoa butter
Cocoa butter is a complex, hard fat made up mostly of triglycerides, it remains firm at room temperature, then it contracts as it cools and solidifies It is ideal for molding
cocoa butter
Obtained from cocoa beans, used as an emollient Used in suntan lotions as well as the manufacture of chocolate
cocoa butter
fatty substance produced from cocoa seeds
cocoa butter
The fat expelled from the cocoa bean
cocoa butter
The fat yielded after the processing of cocoa mass
cocoa butter
Cocoa Butter is a superb moisturizer which slows down moisture loss Known for its hydrating effects, Cocoa Butter is also gentle on the skin and has a pleasing aroma Excellent when used on dry skin or on wrinkles
cocoa butter
the vegetable fat from the cacao that is extracted from chocolate liquor; the basis for white chocolate a yellow-white fat from cocoa beans
cocoa butter
A yellowish-white fatty solid obtained from cacao seeds and used as an ingredient in cosmetics, tanning oils, chocolate, and soap. Also called cacao butter. a fat obtained from the seeds of a tropical tree, used in making some cosmetics
drawn butter
Butter that is melted or clarified, often seasoned and used as a sauce
garlic butter
butter seasoned with mashed garlic
karite butter
{i} shea butter, white fat extracted from the seeds of the shea tree used in the manufacture of soaps and candles
lobster butter
butter blended with chopped lobster or seasoned with essence from lobster shells
low-calorie butter
light butter, dietetic butter
meuniere butter
clarified butter browned slowly and seasoned with lemon juice and parsley
nut butter
ground nuts blended with a little butter
onion butter
butter blended with minced onion
peanut butter
Type of spread that is very popular in Anglo-Saxon countries It is made with roasted peanuts, icing sugar, molasses, vegetable oil shortening, and salt
peanut butter
Peanut butter is a brown paste made out of crushed peanuts which you can spread on bread and eat. A paste made from ground roasted peanuts. a soft food made from crushed peanuts, which is eaten on bread or used in cooking
peanut butter
soft spread which is made from ground peanuts
peanut butter
A gooey brown paste made by grinding up a certain legume, often consumed with jelly between two slices of very bland white bread
peanut butter
A paste made by mixing ground fresh roasted peanuts with a small quantity of water or oil, and used chiefly as a relish on sandwiches, etc
pimento butter
butter blended with mashed pimento
plasmon butter
A mixture of this with butter, water, and salt is called Plasmon butter, and resembles clotted cream in appearance
plasmon butter
A flourlike food preparation made from skim milk, and consisting essentially of the unaltered proteid of milk
plasmon butter
It is also used in making biscuits and crackers, for mixing with cocoa, etc
quarrel with one's bread and butter
{f} repine, be unhappy, be not satisfied, be discontented
shea butter
Also known as African karite butter; A solid vegetable fat obtained from a West African tree, Vitellaria paradoxa, bearing nuts containing a large amount of fat It is highly emollient Traditional uses of shea butter include: treating dry skin, blemishes, skin discoloration, scars and wrinkles
shea butter
Also known as karite, shea butter is extracted from the fruit of a tree found in Africa Rich in essential fatty acids and vitamins A and E, shea butter heals, soothes, and protects the skin from environmental damage Safe for even sensitive, fragile skin, it is a superb, easily absorbed emollient
shea butter
{i} white fat extracted from the seeds of teh shea tree used inmanufacture of soaps and candles, karite butter
shea butter
emollient, lubricant
shea butter
African Karite Butter: Used for over a thousand years as treatment for dry aging skin Can be used "as is" look for refined crushed Basically unsaponifiable Use cocoa butter to counteract its stickiness Butyrospermum parkii This rich, buttery oil from central Africa is used for the protection and care of skin cracked and dehydrated by the elements, an elegant addition to products crafted for the smoothing and replenishment of dry skins
shea butter
A whitish or yellowish fat obtained from the seeds of the shea tree, used as food and for making soap and candles. a type of oil from an African nut that is used in moisturizers to make your skin less dry
shea butter
A natural lipid obtained from the fruit of the karite tree, butyrosperum parkii The slightly greenish butter with soothing protecting qualities is said to have some sunscreening ability
shea butter
Made from shea nuts, a creamy butter used to smooth skin and soften hair
shrimp butter
butter blended with chopped shrimp or seasoned with essence from shrimp shells
snail butter
for preparing snails: butter seasoned with shallots and garlic and parsley
spread butter on bread
smear butter onto a piece of bread, smooth butter onto bread
whipped butter
butter that is beaten and used for baking
witches' butter
a yellow jelly fungus
yak butter
butter made from yaks' milk
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) butter
butter

    Silbentrennung

    but·ter

    Türkische aussprache

    bʌtır

    Aussprache

    /ˈbətər/ /ˈbʌtɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ b&-t&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English butere (“butter”), from West Germanic buterô (“butter”) (compare West Frisian buter, Dutch boter, German Butter), from Latin būtȳrum, from Ancient Greek βούτῡρον (boútȳron, “cow cheese”), compound of βοῦς (boûs) 'ox, cow' and τῡρός (tyrós) 'cheese', from Scythian (compare Avestan tūiri 'curdled milk, whey'), from Proto-Indo-European *tuhₓrós (compare Middle Indic tūra 'cheese', Russian творог (tvoróg, “curds, soft cheese”), Old English þweran 'to churn', ge-þweor 'curds')

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    butter up, butter churn, butter oil

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