candy

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Englisch - Türkisch
şekerleme

Akşam yemeğinden hemen önce şekerleme yememeni sana kaç kez söylemek zorundayım. - How many times do I have to tell you not to eat candy just before dinner?

Onun yediği tek şey şekerlemedir. - The only thing he eats is candy.

{i} şeker

Bifteğini bitir ve sonra bir şeker alabilirsin. - Eat up the steak and then you can have a candy.

O çocuk şekerleme için annesiyle alay etti. - That child teased his mother for candy.

kristallenmek
şekerlemek
kristalleşmek
{f} şekerle

Akşam yemeğinden hemen önce şekerleme yememeni sana kaç kez söylemek zorundayım. - How many times do I have to tell you not to eat candy just before dinner?

Onun yediği tek şey şekerlemedir. - The only thing he eats is candy.

{i} bonbon
{i} karamela
çikolata

Tom'un köpeği şeker çubuğunu yedikten sonra, Tom çikolata zehirlenmesinin seviyesini hesaplamak için akıllı telefonunu kullandı. - After Tom's dog ate a candy bar, Tom used his smartphone to calculate the level of chocolate poisoning.

şeker,v.şekerle: n.şeker
{f} şekerleme haline getirmek
candy pull akide şekerine benzer bir şekerin yapılışı nedeniyle gençlerin toplanması
{f} şerbet içinde kaynatmak
candy floss
(Argo) pamuk şekeri
candy floss
pamukhelva
candy maker
şekerci
candy seller
şekerci
candy store
(Gıda) şekerci
candy store
şekerci dükkânı
candy apple
(Gıda) Elmalı şeker
candy ass
şeker ass
candy bar
çikolata
candy cane
(Gıda) Baston şeker, baston görünümlü bir şekerleme türü
candy cane
şeker kamışı
candy canes
şeker Köpekler
candy cone
şeker koni
candy corn
şeker mısır
candy dish
Şekerlik, şekerdanlık
candy floss
pamuk helva
candy gram
şeker gram
candy shop
Şekerci dükkanı
candy striper
şeker striper
candy-striped
candy-çizgili
candy bar
çubuk şeker
popping candy
Patlayan şeker
a kind of candy
(Gıda) pişmaniye
cotton candy
(Argo) pamuk şekeri

Eyalet şenliklerinde pamuk şekeri yedik. - We ate cotton candy at the state fair.

Tom için biraz pamuk şekeri aldım. - I bought some cotton candy for Tom.

cotton candy
ketenhelva
cotton candy
pamukhelva
gum like candy
(Gıda) macun
handy candy
Çubuklu şeker
candied
şekerli
candied
{f} şekerle
mint candy
naneli şekerleme
sugar candy
akide şekeri
chocolate candy
Çikolatalı şeker
confectionery, candy
şekerleme, şekerleme
ear candy
kulak şeker
eye candy
(deyim) göze çekici gelen hoş karşı cins
maple candy
akçaağaç şekeri
wedding candy
Düğün şekeri
candied
{s} hoş görünen
candied
şekerli/tatlı
candied
{s} şekerle kaplı, şekerli: candied orange peel portakal kabuğu şekerlemesi
candied
{s} şekerleme yapılmış
candied
{s} şatafatlı
candied
şekerleme haline konmuş
candied
{s} tatlı dilli
candied
şeker gibi kristalleşmiş
candied
dil döken
candied
{s} şekerlenmiş
cotton candy
pamuk helva

Devlet fuarında pamuk helva yedik. - We ate cotton candy at the state fair.

cotton candy
ketenhelva, ketenhelvası
rock candy
akide şekeri
rock candy
büyük şeker kristali
sugar candy
şeker
sugar candy
şekerleme
to candy
kristallenmek
Englisch - Englisch
A pet form of the female given name Candace or Candice
A piece of candy
Edible, sweet-tasting confectionery containing sugar, or sometimes artificial sweeteners, and often flavored with fruit, chocolate, nuts, herbs and spices, or artificial flavors
a unit of mass used in southern India, equal to twenty maunds, roughly equal to 500 pounds avoirdupois but varying locally
To cook in, or coat with, sugar syrup
{v} to conserve with sugar, to congeal
A female given name
To cook syrup until transparent or to glaze with sugar or syrup
A weight, at Madras 500 pounds, at Bombay 560 pounds
n gula-gula (gula)
Boiling with sugar to preserve, or, to coat or incrust with sugar
To conserve or boil in sugar; as, to candy fruits; to candy ginger
1x1 bricks So named because when they are piled in the back of a hopper, they look like candy or chicklets (see candy car)
Candy is sweet foods such as toffees or chocolate. a piece of candy a large box of candies. Sweet sugar-or chocolate-based confection. The Egyptians made candy from honey (combined with figs, dates, nuts, and spices), sugar being unknown. With the spread of sugarcane cultivation in the 15th century, the industry began to grow. In the late 18th century the first candy-manufacturing machinery was produced. The main ingredients are cane and beet sugars combined with other carbohydrate foods such as corn syrup, cornstarch, honey, molasses, and maple sugar. To the sweet base are added chocolate, fruits, nuts, peanuts, eggs, milk, flavours, and colours. Common varieties include hard candies (crystallized sugar), caramels and toffees, nougats, jellies, fondants, marshmallows, marzipans, truffles, cotton candies, licorices, and chewing gums
To cook in sugar or syrup Food may be cooked in a heavy or light syrup If cooked in heavy syrup, it is usually referred to as crystallized
a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts
coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze
To make sugar crystals of or in; to form into a mass resembling candy; as, to candy sirup
{f} cook in or coat with sugar; become crystallized into sugar
I read somewhere that Scotland has the highest per-capita consumption of candy of any country in the world
sweet
(a) To cook (fruit) in heavy sugar syrup until transparent, then drain and dry (candied orange or grapefruit peel) (b) To cook (vegetables or fruits, such as sweet potatoes or apple slices) with sugar or syrup to give a glaze
An edible, sweet-tasting confection containing sugar, or sometimes artificial sweeteners, and often flavored with fruit, chocolate, nuts or artificial flavors
To have sugar crystals form in or on; as, fruits preserved in sugar candy after a time
{i} sugary sweet, confection
It is often flavored or colored, and sometimes contains fruit, nuts, etc
To be formed into candy; to solidify in a candylike form or mass
a treat made from sugar (lolly)
A more or less solid article of confectionery made by boiling sugar or molasses to the desired consistency, and than crystallizing, molding, or working in the required shape
To incrust with sugar or with candy, or with that which resembles sugar or candy
candy apple
apple covered in a hard sugar candy coating
candy apples
plural form of candy apple
candy bar
A kind of candy in the shape of a bar, often made of chocolate
candy bars
plural form of candy bar
candy cane
An edible candy in the shape of a cane or staff generally consumed during Christmas time
candy cane
A playing card with the rank of seven
candy canes
plural of candy cane
candy corn
A confection of sugar and corn syrup supposed to resemble a kernel of maize
candy corns
plural form of candy corn
candy flipping
The experience of combining the drugs LSD and MDMA
candy floss
Heated sugar spun into thin threads and collected into a mass, usually on a stick
candy man
A drug dealer
candy man
A person who sells sweets, especially a sidewalk or street vendor

There comes the candy-man! exclaimed a little fellow, pressing up to the side of the lady. Quick, ma! Here, candy-man! calling after an old man with a tin cylinder under his arm.

candy men
plural form of candy man
candy store
A store that sells principally candy
candy striper
One who cheers others up with their youthful exuberance

The entire convalescent home came to life as soon as the candy striper Cindy arrived.

candy striper
A volunteer worker in a hospital or hospice
candy stripers
plural form of candy striper
candy thermometer
A thermometer designed for use specifically to ascertain the temperature of a cooking mixture of sugar and water
candy-ass
A wimp
candy-man
Alternative spelling of candy man
candy apple
(Gıda) Candy apples, also known as toffee apples, are whole apples covered in a hard sugar candy coating. While the topping varies from place to place, it is almost always served with a stick of sorts in the middle making them easier to eat
candy bar
A candy shaped as a bar
candy apple
an apple covered with a sweet sticky mixture
candy apple
snack comprised of a candy-coated apple on a stick
candy bar
A candy bar is a long, thin, sweet food, usually covered in chocolate
candy box
fancy box of chocolates, nice box of candy
candy cane
a hard candy in the shape of a rod (usually with stripes)
candy cane
A usually striped stick of peppermint candy with the top curved to resemble a walking cane. a stick of hard red and white sugar with a curved end
candy corn
a small yellow and white candy shaped to resemble a kernel of corn
candy corn
A small piece of candy shaped like a kernel of corn
candy egg
egg-shaped candy
candy floss
(British) cotton candy, fluffy candy made from sugar that is spun with hot air and usually wrapped around a paper cone or small wooden stick
candy store
a confectioner's shop
candy striper
a volunteer worker in a hospital
candy thermometer
a thermometer used to determine the temperature of candy syrups during cooking
candy-striped
candy-striped cloth has narrow coloured lines on a white background
arm candy
An attractive, seemingly romantic companion who accompanies a person in public simply so that one or both of the individuals can gain attention, enhance social status, or create an impression of sexual appeal

Friends described her as always ready to serve as arm candy—that is, a pretty date—to industry players, in hopes of landing a role.

bee candy
A manufactured food for bees, used by bee-keepers

The hive was provisioned with bee candy, water, 2 frames of honey, and 1 frame of pollen mixed with dextrose.

candied
coated or encrusted with sugar
candied
Simple past tense and past participle of candy

We candied some apples to get ready for the party.

candied
preserved in sugar or syrup by baking till it becomes translucent

Hot cross buns contain chopped candied fruit.

cotton candy
Melted sugar spun into thin threads and collected into a mass, usually on a stick
cotton-candy
Alternative spelling of cotton candy
ear candy
light popular music that has an instant appeal but no lasting impact or significance
eye candy
Any object or sight with considerable visual appeal

The computer graphics added lots of eye candy to that movie.

eye candy
A very attractive person or persons, or the salient visible physical attributes of same

I'm going to the beach to check out some eye candy.

eye-candy
Attributive form of eye candy

eye-candy girlfriend.

gym candy
Steroids or other drugs taken to improve physical performance
like a kid in a candy store
Elated or excited as a result of having many options to choose from
like taking candy from a baby
easy to achieve

Taking the money from the safe will be like taking candy from a baby, since I know the combination.

nose candy
Cocaine

I told him that it just tasted sort of sugary and fizzy, like Pop Rocks for your nose, and he said, Hence the name nose-candy, baby!.

nose-candy
Alternative spelling of nose candy
rock candy
a confectionary made by crystallizing sugar around a string
sugar candy
candy, confectionery
sugar candy
crystals of sucrose
chocolate candy
Candy made with chocolate, chocolate sweet [Brit], choccy
candied
Covered or incrusted with that which resembles sugar or candy
candied
Converted wholly or partially into sugar or candy; as candied sirup
candied
Conted or more or less with sugar; as, candidied raisins Figuratively; Honeyed; sweet; flattering
candied
used especially of fruits encrusted with sugar or syrup; "candied grapefruit peel
candied
Food such as candied fruit has been covered with sugar or has been cooked in sugar syrup. candied orange peel. candied fruit has been cooked in sugar as a way of preserving it
candied
used especially of fruits
candied
Preserved in sugar
candied
{s} sugared, coated with sugar (i.e. candied nuts)
candied
Preserved in or with sugar; incrusted with a candylike substance; as, candied fruits
candied
encrusted with sugar or syrup; "candied grapefruit peel"
candies
plural of candy
candies
third-person singular of candy
chocolate candy
candy made with chocolate
cotton candy
fluffy candy made from sugar that is spun with hot air and usually wrapped around a paper cone or small wooden stick
cotton candy
Cotton candy is a large pink or white mass of sugar threads that is eaten from a stick. It is sold at fairs or other outdoor events. A light, very sweet candy of threaded sugar, often tinted with food coloring and twirled onto a stick. Also called spun sugar. candyfloss
cotton candy
a candy made by spinning sugar that has been boiled to a high temperature
ear candy
Light popular music considered to be pleasing
eye candy
Someone or something that is visually attractive or pleasing to look at. someone or something that is attractive to look at, but is not serious or important
eye candy
visual images that are pleasing to see but are intellectually undemanding; "he wanted to put some eye candy on their web site
eye candy
{i} anything that is pleasing to the eye but requires little intellectual analysis (esp. attractive computer graphics)
hard candy
candy that is brittle; "you can break a tooth on that hard candy
hard candy
hard sugary sweet that is dissolved in the mouth by sucking
rock candy
sugar in large hard clear crystals on a string hard stick bright-colored stick candy typically peppermint flavored
rock candy
A hard confection that is made by cooling a concentrated sugar syrup into large clear crystals around a piece of string or a stick
sugar candy
type of sweet in a crystalline form
sugar candy
made by boiling pure sugar until it hardens
sugar-free candy
dietary candies which are made mainly of substances which do not contain sugar
candy

    Silbentrennung

    Can·dy

    Türkische aussprache

    kändi

    Aussprache

    /ˈkandē/ /ˈkændiː/

    Etymologie

    [ kan-dE ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old French sucre candi, from Arabic قندي (qandi, “candied”), from Persian قند (qand, “hard candy made by boiling cane sugar”) : perhaps originally from Proto-Dravidian *kaṇṭu; compare Tamil கண்டு (kantu, “hard candy”). : perhaps originally from Sanskrit खुड् (khaṇḍ-, “to divide, break into pieces”)

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    candy shop, candy bar, candy cane, candy wrapper

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