listen to the pronunciation of cane
Englisch - Türkisch

Küba'da çok şeker kamışı yetiştirilir. - A lot of sugar cane is grown in Cuba.

Onların meyve taşımak için kullandıkları sepetler kamış şeritlerinden yapılır. - The baskets they use to transport fruit are made with strips of cane.

{f} dövmek
{f} sopalamak
değnekle dövmek
{f} sopayla döv

Tom bir değnek olmadan yürüyemedi. - Tom couldn't walk without a cane.

Öğretmenimiz bizi bir değnekle dövmeden önce Bu, sizden ziyade beni incitecek. derdi. - Our teacher used to say This is going to hurt me more than it hurts you before laying into us with a cane.


Tom bir sopayla yürür. - Tom walks with a cane.

Bir sopa ile yürüyen yaşlı adam Tom'un onun caddeyi geçmesine yardım etmesini istedi. - An old man walking with a cane asked Tom to help him across the street.

rattan ca
kamışla kaplamak
{i} baston, değnek
boğürtlen veya ahududunun sapı
{f} baston ile dövmek
cane sugar şekerkamışından yapılmış şeker
cane mill şekerkamışı değirmeni
{f} hasırla kaplamak
canebrake kamışlık
{i} bambu
sopayla dövmek
cane rocker
Sallanan sandalye
cane sugar
cane sugar
şeker kamışı şekeri
cane sugar
kamış şekeri
cane sugar mill
şekerkamışı fabrikası
Cane Corso
İtalyan asıllı köpek cinsi
cane gun
baston tüfek
cane toad
kamışı toad
cane chair
hasır iskemle
cane cutter
boru keskisi
cane ring
(Spor) kamış halkası
cane scent
cane sugar
şekerkamışından elde edilen şeker
cane sugar mill
(Tarım) kamış şekeri fabrikası
cane toad
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dev karakurbağası
cane toad
(Argo) queensland’li
candy cane
şeker kamışı
candy cane
(Gıda) Baston şeker, baston görünümlü bir şekerleme türü
sugar cane
dumb cane
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Difenbahya: Yapraklarının güzelliği nedeniyle sera ve salonlarda yetiştirilen bir süs bitkisi
thicket of cane
kamış ve çalılık
white cane
Körlerin yön bulmak ve korunmak için kullandığı beyaz ve uzun değnek

A pedestrian using a white cane means that the pedestrian is visually impaired.

{i} sopa
raspberry cane
ahududu kamışı
sword cane
kılıçlı baston
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Silah
Englisch - Englisch
Abbreviation of Canadian English
A strong short staff used for support or decoration during walking; a walking stick

After breaking his leg, he needed a cane to walk.

Corporal punishment by beating with a cane; the cane

The teacher gave his student the cane for throwing paper.

sugar cane. Sometimes applied to maize or rarely to sorghum when such plants are processed to make molasses (treacle) or sugar
A length of colored and/or patterned glass rod, used in the specific glassblowing technique called caneworking
A long rod often collapsible and commonly white (for visibility to other persons), used by blind persons for guidance in determining their course and for probing for obstacles in their path
To do something well, in a competent fashion
To strike or beat, notably with a cane or similar implement; to destroy
The plant itself, including many species in the Grass family Gramineae; a reed
A short rod or stick, traditionally of wood or bamboo, used for corporal punishment
The slender, flexible main stem of a plant such as bamboo, including many species in the Grass family Gramineae
It hurts

Don't hit me with that, it really canes!.

{n} a reed, a walking-stick
{v} to cudgel
{f} beat, hit with a stick
a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
Cane is used to refer to the long, hollow, hard stems of plants such as bamboo. Strips of cane are often used to make furniture, and some types of cane can be crushed and processed to make sugar. cane furniture. cane sugar Bamboo produces an annual crop of cane Dig out and burn infected canes
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Any plant with long, hard, elastic stems, as reeds and bamboos of many kinds; also, the sugar cane
Split rattan, often used to cover chair seats and backs
A local European measure of length
The use of cane for seat furniture was introduced shortly after 1660, produced by rattan split into lengths and woven through holes in the seat frame
a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment a stick that people can lean on to help them walk a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
caned Long, narrow strips of rattan bark used for weaving seats and backs of chairs and settees Furniture with this weaving are said to be caned
Also "cane marble"; a glass rod used in the manufacture of hand-made marbles All the design features and colors are rolled in layers into a glass rod, appearing something like a candy cane Attached to a punty rod (see) the end of the cane is placed into a furnace where it softens It is then manipulated with hand-tools until a sphere is formed on the end of the cane The marble is then cut from the cane
a stick that people can lean on to help them walk
a plant that grows in wetlands along rivers; they were used as torches by prehistoric explorers of Mammoth Cave; remnant of used torches are still found in the cave
A cane is a long thin stick with a curved or round top which you can use to support yourself when you are walking, or which in the past was fashionable to carry with you
The previous season's shoots that have matured and become woody Selected canes are retained in some styles of pruning for the following season's fruit production
The woody stem of a rose or a berry plant, it can also be the jointed and often hollow or pith-filled stem of a bamboo or sugar cane
A thin, monochrome rod, or a composite rod consisting of groups of rods of different colors, which are bundled together and fused to form a polychrome design that is visible when seen in cross section See Bar, Millefiori, and Rod
Stems of other plants are sometimes called canes; as, the canes of a raspberry
beat with a cane
Combined Arms in a Nuclear/Chemical Environment
Think blackberry, raspberry, rose They all have woody stems, most of which originate from the root mass, rather than as branches from a main stem The stems of bamboo and sugar cane are also canes
A cane is a long, thin, flexible stick which in the past was used to hit people, especially children at school, as a punishment. Until the 1980s some criminals were still flogged with a rattan cane as a punishment. The cane is used to refer to the punishment of being hit with a cane. see also sugar cane. to punish someone, especially a child, by hitting them with a stick. Hollow or pithy and usually slender and flexible jointed stem (as of a reed). Also, any of various slender woody stems, especially an elongated flowering or fruiting stem (as of a rose) usually arising directly from the ground. The term is also applied to any of various tall woody grasses or reeds, including the coarse grasses of the genus Arundinaria (see bamboo), sugarcane, and sorghum
A lance or dart made of cane
A walking stick; a staff; so called because originally made of one of the species of cane
A composite rod of glass, consisting of groups of rods of different colors, which are bundled together and fused to form a polychrome design, especially in cross section See bar, millefiori, and rod
A name given to several peculiar palms, species of Calamus and Dæmanorops, having very long, smooth flexible stems, commonly called rattans
{i} stick, rod; sugar cane; reed
The small piece of a molded or bundled glass rod that has been pulled out so that an intricate pattern appears in cross-section, (Refer to Chapter I for more detailed description of the cane-making process )
a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
a cylinder or length (any shape) of clay (or glass) wherein several rods or sheets of color have been placed together to form a design running lengthwise through the shape
To make or furnish with cane or rattan; as, to cane chairs
To beat with a cane
Cane is the long hollow stems if plants like bamboo
cane brake
a dense thicket of sugar-canes

Cain't no-a high-toned woman make me walk the line.

cane toad
The toad bufo marinus

Pieces of the deadly cane toad (Bufo marinus) are thought to be contained in some zombi poisons.

cane toads
plural form of cane toad
Vinasse is a byproduct of the sugar industry. Sugarcane or Sugar beet is processed to produce crystalline sugar, pulp and molasses. The latter are further processed by fermentation to ethanol, ascorbic acid or other products. After the removal of the desired product (alcohol, ascorbic acid, etc.) the remaining material is called vinasse. Vinasse is sold after a partial dehydration and usually has a viscosity comparable to molasses. Commercially-offered vinasse comes either from sugar cane and is called cane-vinasse or from sugar beet and is called beet-vinasse
cane blight
a disease affecting the canes of various bush fruits e
cane blight
raspberries or currants
cane sugar
sugar from sugarcane used as sweetening agent sucrose obtained from sugar cane
cane sugar
A refined sugar which is produced from the sap of the sugar cane plant One of the two common forms of table sugar (the other one being beet sugar) May be used as a source of fermentable sugars in some English and Belgian beer styles, and for bottle priming White cane sugar has had all of the molasses refined out; light and dark brown sugar have had some of the molasses added back in (the more molasses, the darker the sugar) Raw or turbinado sugar is cane sugar which is not as fully refined as white cane sugar (i e it still contains some of the original molasses)
cane sugar
sugar from sugarcane used as sweetening agent
cane sugar
sugar made from sugar cane
cane sugar
Sucrose obtained from sugar cane
cane toad
A large poisonous toad, Bufo marinus, native to Central and South America and widely exported in the 1930s to control sugar cane beetles. Also called marine toad
candy cane
A playing card with the rank of seven
candy cane
An edible candy in the shape of a cane or staff generally consumed during Christmas time
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
one who canes
drug user
the genus Arundinaria, the sole temperate genus of bamboo native to the New World
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cane
plural form of cane
Present participle of cane
molasses cane
A plant, commonly sugar cane, maize (corn ), sorghum (maize or milo ), or other frutose-producing grass plant (family Gramineae) used for production of cane syrup or molasses (treacle Britain)
sugar cane
A tropical grass of the genus Saccharum (especially the species Saccharum officinarum) having stout, fibrous, jointed stalks, the sap of which is a source of sugar
Alternative spelling of sugar cane
walking cane
A cane, a walking stick usually about hip high and often with a handle or formed handgrip on its upper end, made of a suitable material affording strength and rigidity or flexibility. Sometimes carried mainly as a fashion accessory or occasionally as a defensive weapon
{n} a beating with a cane
white cane
A white walking-stick carried by a blind person both as a distinguishing feature and to locate obstacles
past of cane
Filled with white flakes; mothery; said vinegar when containing mother
{i} one who makes cane and wicker furniture
third-person singular of cane
plural of cane
Weaving with split rattan or bamboo fiber for seats or beds of chinese antique furniture
The removal of glass from the surface of an object by means of handheld tools
work made of interlaced slender branches (especially willow branches)
dumb cane
a evergreen plant with large showy dark green leaves; contains a poison that swells the tongue and throat hence the name
giant cane
tall grass of southern United States growing in thickets
lawyer cane
tall scrambling spiny palm of northeastern Queensland, Australia
malacca cane
{i} cane made from malacaa (stem of rattan palm)
noble cane
sugarcanes representing the highest development of the species; characterized by large juicy stalks with soft rinds and high sugar content
small cane
small cane of watery or moist areas in southern United States
sugar cane
sub-tropical plant used to produce sugar
sugar cane
juicy canes whose sap is a source of molasses and commercial sugar; fresh canes are sometimes chewed for the juice
sugar cane
tall tropical southeast Asian grass having stout fibrous jointed stalks; sap is a chief source of sugar
sugar cane
Sugar cane is a tall tropical plant. It is grown for the sugar that can be obtained from its thick stems
sword cane
a cane concealing a sword or dagger
sword cane
A cane with a hollow shaft in which a sword can be concealed