cheese

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Englisch - Türkisch
peynir

Oh, Tae, bu peynir bir birincidir! - Oh, Tae, this cheese is a winner!

Peyniri bıçakla kesmek kolaydır. - It's easy to cut cheese with a knife.

bu şekilde herhangi bir şey
(Tekstil) çapraz bobin
cheese canını çıkar
Cheese it Kaç big cheese önemli bir kimse
{i} doğru
{i} meyve konservesi
{i} peynir kalıbı
cheese wheel
(Din) Tekerlek peynir
cheese it
(Konuşma Dili) bırak
cheese it
(Konuşma Dili) sus
cheese it
(Konuşma Dili) kaç!
cheese pie
(Gıda) damalı tart
cheese sticks
(Gıda) çubuk peynir
cheese head screw
silindirik başlı vida
cheese hoop
peynir kalıbı
cheese mite
peynir kurdu
cheese mite
peynir akarı
cheese pizza
peynirli pizza
cheese sauce
peynirli sos
cheese straws
peynirli çörek
cheese-paring
cimri
cheese-paring
hasislik
cheese-paring
cimrilik
cheese aging
(Gıda) Çoğu zaman "curing" ve "ripening" ile eş-anlamlı olarak kullanılır. Peynirin dikkatle kontrol edilen bir çevrede tutularak türüne özgü tat ve rayihayı veren mikro organizmaların gelişmesi için bir süre bekletilmesi. Bakınız cheese ripening ve cheese curing
cheese ball
peynir topu
cheese cloth
peynir bez
cheese curd
Lor
cheese curd preparation
peynir hazırlık lor
cheese cutter
peynir kesici
cheese dessert
(Gıda) Peynir tatlısı
cheese it
durun
cheese made from the milk of a goat
peynir bir keçi sütünden yapılmış
cheese making
Peynir yapımında
cheese press
peynir basın
cheese rake
peynir tarağı
cheese roll
peynir roll
cheese rolling
peynir haddeleme
cheese slicer
peynir dilimleyici
cheese-flavored thin cracker
peynir tadında ince kırık
cheese bolt
yassı başlı vida
cheese croutons
(Gıda) peynirli kruton
cheese cutting machine
(Tarım) peynir doğrama makinesi
cheese dyeing
(Tekstil) bobin boyama
cheese fondue
(Gıda) peynir fondü
cheese grater
(Gıda) peynir rendesi
cheese head screw
silindir başlı vida
cheese it
bırakın
cheese it
kesin
cheese off
(Konuşma Dili) bezginlik duymak
cheese pastry
pufböreği
cheese press
(Tarım) peynir presi
cheese sandwich
(Gıda) peynirli sandviç
cheese syndrome
(Tıp) peynir hastalığı
cheese winder
silindirik bobin makinesi
chalk and cheese
Bkz. as different as chalk and cheese
Cheddar cheese
çedar peyniri
Cheshire cheese
cheshire peyniri
cream cheese
(Gıda) yumuşak beyaz peynir
curd cheese
lor
farm cheese
(Gıda) süzme peynir
goat cheese
(Gıda) keçi peyniri

Ben keçi peynirini inek sütünden yapılmış peynire tercih ederim. - I prefer goat cheeses to cheeses from cow milk.

Keçi peynirinden hiç hoşlanmıyorum. - I don't like goat cheese at all.

goat's cheese
(Gıda) keçi peyniri
herby cheese
otlu peynir
mild cream cheese
(Gıda) labne
processed cheese
(Gıda) işlenmiş peynir
soft cheese
(Gıda) yumuşak peynir
string cheese
(Gıda) dil peyniri
swiss cheese
(Gıda) gravyer
whole fat cheese
(Gıda) tam yağlı peynir
wine and cheese
şarap ve peynir
Dutch cheese
Hollanda peyniri
american cheese
amerikan peyniri
blue cheese
mavi damarlı peynir
blue cheese
(iyi cins) mavi peynir
blue cheese dressing
mavi damarlı peynirle süsleme
cottage cheese
lor peyniri
cottage cheese
süzme peynir

Annem süzme peynir yemeyi sever. - My mother loves to eat cottage cheese.

Süzme peynir benim en sevdiğim yiyecektir. - Cottage cheese is my favorite food.

cream cheese
krem peynir

Hiç krem peynirin var mı? - Do you have any cream cheese?

Krem peyniri uzatır mısın, lütfen? - Would you pass me the cream cheese, please?

farm cheese
köy peyniri
farmer's cheese
köy peyniri
goat cheese
keçisütü peyniri
grated cheese
rendelenmiş peynir

Rendelenmiş peynirimiz var mı? - Do we have grated cheese?

Altmış gram rendelenmiş peynir ilave et. - Add sixty grams of grated cheese.

green cheese
lor
green cheese
adaçayı peyniri
gruyere cheese
gravyer peyniri
macaroni and cheese
makarna ve peynir
parmesam cheese
parmezan peyniri
pot cheese
süzme peynir
process cheese
özel işlenmiş peynir
as different as chalk and cheese
Birbirinden tamamiyle farklı
bread and cheese
ekmek ve peynir
brie cheese
brie peynir
feta cheese
beyaz peynir
full fat cheese
tam yağlı peynir
grilled cheese
(Gıda) Yağda kızartılan bir çeşit peynirli sandviç
grilled cheese sandwich made with a tortilla
ızgara peynir sandviç bir tortilla ile yapılan
havarti cheese
havarti peynir
kashkaval cheese
Kaşar peyniri
like chalk and cheese
(deyim) Birbirlerine hiç benzemeyen, birbirlerinden çok farklı
limburger cheese
limburger peynir
mac and cheese
(Gıda) Makarna ve peynir sosuyla fırında hazırlanan bir tür yemek
macaroni and cheese
(Gıda) (Macaroni and cheese) Fırında makarna ve peynir sosuyla hazırlanan bir tür yemek
macaroni cheese
(Gıda) Makarna ve peynir sosuyla fırında hazırlanan bir tür yemek
mascarpone cheese
(Gıda) Bir tür İtalyan krem peyniri
monterey cheese
(Ya da jack cheese) cedar peynirine benzeyen bir tür peynir
quark cheese
kuark peynir
ripened cheese
(Gıda) Üretimden sonra değişik koku ve rayihaların gelişip yerleşmesi için bekletilen peynir; 800 kadar değişik koku ve tata peynir türü olduğu bilinmektedir
Englisch - Englisch
A fastball
To anger or irritate someone, usually in combination with "off"

All this waiting around is really cheesing me off.

Any particular variety of cheese
A dairy product made from curdled or cultured milk
To prepare curds for making cheese
A dangerous mixture of black tar heroin and crushed Tylenol PM tablets. The resulting powder resembles grated cheese and is snorted
A piece of cheese, especially one moulded into a large round shape during manufacture
Smegma
That which is melodramatic, overly emotional, or cliché, i.e. cheesy
Money
To stop; to refrain from
Wealth, fame, excellence, importance
Cheese is a solid food made from milk. It is usually white or yellow. bread and cheese. cheese sauce He cut the mould off a piece of cheese. delicious French cheeses. see also cottage cheese, cream cheese, goat cheese, macaroni cheese
{n} a sort of food made from milk-curds
To anger someone, usually with off
Used to describe units that are more powerful than the points paid for them An army that is perceived as being unfairly powerful See also "Beard "
There are many cheeses available but very few are aged unless they are imported Experiment with them to find the ones you like Don't forget to ask to try (probar) them in the store It is not only acceptable it is almost expected Mexican cheeses are fresh cheeses (and delicious), but you can find aged & imported cheeses in many stores
A tactic or strategy that may be extremely effective and that is technically allowed in the game, but is not necessarily a respectable way to play Blizzard usually recognizes obvious cheeses that unbalance the game and fixes them in patches
a firm or soft food made from milk
a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk wind onto a cheese; "cheese the yarn"
erect or decumbent Old World perennial with axillary clusters of rosy-purple flowers; introduced in United States
The curd of milk, coagulated usually with rennet, separated from the whey, and pressed into a solid mass in a hoop or mold
A mass of pomace, or ground apples, pressed together in the form of a cheese
n keju
Also "good cheese " Refers to a good fastball
That which is melodramatic, overly emotional, or clichéd, i.e. cheesy
Deliberately abusing a glitch, programming oversight, bug or other weakness of the game engine, such as the often bad artificial intelligence of your enemies If a PnP Dungeon Master would not allow it, it is probably cheese The most famous examples are probably the "Fake Talk" (clicking on blue-circled creatures as if to talk to them, then immediately attacking them while they wait for you to initiate dialog) and Cloudkilling dragons off-screen
a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk wind onto a cheese; "cheese the yarn" used in the imperative (get away, or stop it); "Cheese it!
used in the imperative (get away, or stop it); "Cheese it!"
Is a concentrated dairy food made from milk A starter culture of bacteria is first added to convert some lactose - the primary milk sugar - to lactic acid An enzyme, commonly chymosin, is next added to coagulate casein, the major milk protein - into a soft solid, or curd, that consists of Ca caseinate & milkfat The remaining liquid - the whey, which contains soluble proteins & lactose - is next removed to leave the fresh cheese The curd is then stirred & heated, salt is added or the curd may be treated with brine, & the cheese is pressed into molds
a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
Money (noun) Currency, cash money /"Loan me some cheese so I can go get a samitch bro "
A low courtesy; so called on account of the cheese form assumed by a woman's dress when she stoops after extending the skirts by a rapid gyration
Connect two phones to create a diverter
The flat, circular, mucilaginous fruit of the dwarf mallow (Malva rotundifolia)
wind onto a cheese; "cheese the yarn"
{f} stop (Slang)
{i} food substance made from milk
(Cheese) v A form of gameplay, which is considered unfair by most players, in which a person will "unfairly" win a match by being "cheap " This can include cornering an opponent, refusing to let the opponent retrieve from a fall or repeating moves consecutively and avoiding attack-variety in a battle Can also be called "mashing" or "cheap "
A dangerous mixture of black tar heroin and crushed Tylenol PM tablets. The resulting powder resembles grated cheese and is snorted. See w: Cheese (recreational drug)
as different as chalk and cheese: see chalk. An important person. Often used in the phrase big cheese. Food consisting of the coagulated, compressed, and usually ripened curd of milk separated from the whey. When milk sours, it forms both a protein-rich gel, or curd, and a lactose-rich fluid, or whey. Coagulation is often facilitated by adding rennin, an enzyme that acts on the milk's chief protein, casein. The resulting curd is then cut or broken to release most of the whey. Ripening and curing are affected by moisture content, acidity, presence of microorganisms, and other factors. Cheese is made from the milk of cows, goats, sheep, water buffalo, llamas, yaks, and other animals; in the West, cow's milk is most common. Products vary according to fat content of the milk, heating or pasteurization, and addition of enzymes or cultures of bacteria, molds, or yeasts. Cheese varieties include hard cheeses (e.g., cheddar, Edam, Emmental, Gouda, Provolone, Romano, Swiss), semisoft cheeses (Gorgonzola, Limburger, Muenster, Roquefort), and soft cheeses (Brie, Camembert, cottage, Neufchâtel, and ricotta). Cheese is a source of protein, fat, minerals (calcium, phosphorus, sulfur, iron), and vitamin A
used in the imperative (get away, or stop it); "Cheese it!
cheese and rice
Euphemism or minced oath for Jesus Christ
cheese crisp
A snack made by putting cheese on a tortilla and baking
cheese crisps
plural form of cheese crisp
cheese curl
a type of cheese-flavoured snacks
cheese curls
plural form of cheese curl
cheese dog
A hot dog spread with processed cheese
cheese dogs
plural form of cheese dog
cheese down
to coil the tail of a rope on deck so as to present a neat appearance
cheese grater
A kitchen implement used for grating food products (such as cheese and carrots)

Modern cheese graters have more than one side so the cheese can be sliced in different ways.

cheese graters
plural form of cheese grater
cheese it
An imperative used as a warning to stop, hide, or flee
cheese mite
A type of mite, which burrows holes in cheese
cheese mites
plural form of cheese mite
cheese off
To annoy

Sony management . . . is 'fixing' one part of the triangle at the cost of the other two. This cheeses off software makers more than you can imagine, and it also cheeses off customers.

cheese puff
A puffed corn snack, coated with a mixture of cheese or cheese-flavored powders
cheese rolling
An ancient British sport in which competitors race downhill after a rolling round of cheese

Each year thousands of spectators gather to watch the ancient sport of cheese rolling at Cooper's Hill.

cheese slaw
A salad made of grated cheese, grated carrot and a mayonnaise dressing
cheese slicer
A kitchen instrument used for slicing cheese
cheese slicers
plural form of cheese slicer
cheese spread
Any food product made from cheese, which is spreadable
cheese straw
a long, thin cheese-flavoured pastry
cheese straws
plural form of cheese straw
cheese syndrome
A hypertensive crisis caused by the ingestion of foods high in tyramine (such as some cheeses) while the monoamine metabolism is compromised by the use of monoamine oxidase inhibitors
cheese wire
A wire which is sufficiently strong, yet fine enough to cut through cheese easily. Normally with either a wooden handle at each end, or fixed to a board at one end, with a wooden handle at the other
cheese ball
cheese formed into a round shape
cheese blintzes
sauteed or baked pancake with cheese filling
cheese bourekas
pastry filled with cheese
cheese cake
cake made with cottage cheese or with cream cheese
cheese cloth
A thin, loosewoven cotton cloth, such as is used in pressing cheese curds
cheese curds
{i} curds of cheddar cheese sold in Canada and the United States
cheese cutter
a kitchen utensil (board or handle) with a wire for cutting cheese
cheese dip
a dip made of cheeses
cheese dough pockets
small pastry filled with cheese
cheese filling
cheese mixture placed inside baked foods
cheese fondue
fondue made of cheese melted in wine for dipping bread and sometimes fruits
cheese it
{ü} look out, be careful, watch it (warning of danger)
cheese knife
type of knife specially designed for cutting cheese
cheese pie
baked and crusted dish of cheese
cheese pizza
pizza with lots of cheese
cheese press
a press for shaping cheese curd
cheese quiche
unsweetened pie made with cheese
cheese rind
the rind of a cheese
cheese sauce
white sauce with grated cheese
cheese souffle
puffy dish of cheese and eggs (whites beaten separately) and white sauce
cheese spread
spread made of cheese mixed with butter or cream or cream cheese and seasonings
cheese straw
{i} cheese-flavored thin cracker
cheese-paring
behaviour that shows you are unwilling to give or spend money
Cheddar cheese
any similar cheese made anywhere in the world
Cheddar cheese
a variety of hard, pale yellow cheese originally produced in the region around Cheddar in Somerset, England
Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese's, a chain of pizzerias complemented by diversions for young children such as climbing equipment, arcades, and animatronic characters

Man, I'd climb on the jungle gym. Everyone laughs. I go into Chuck E. Cheese, I'm climbing up through the—, I'll chase my kids through those little crawl spaces up there.

Chuck E. Cheese
The chain's logo and mascot, an anthropomorphic rat
chili cheese
A topping of chili con carne and melted cheese that is served atop hot dogs, french fries or hamburgers, or as a dip
Cheddar cheese
{i} hard cheese made from cow's milk
Cheshire cheese
cheese similar to cheddar cheese (produced mainly in Cheshire, England)
Cheshire cheese
a hard white British cheese that does not have a strong taste
cheddar cheese
hard smooth-textured cheese
cheshire cheese
a mild yellow English cheese with a crumbly texture
American cheese
A common processed cheese, orange, yellow, or white in colour and mild in flavour, with a medium-firm consistency
Colby cheese
A mild American cheese cheese similar to cheddar
Dutch cheese
cottage cheese
Edam cheese
A Dutch cheese with a red coating
Limburger cheese
A creamy, soft cheese with a mild taste and a pungent odor
Swiss cheese
Any cheese which resembles Emmental, especially ones with holes
a little bit of bread and no cheese
the song of the yellowhammer

A little bit of bread and no cheese! cry the yellowhammers petulantly. But no one takes any notice of them.

big cheese
A very important figure, especially a high-ranking person in an organization

He'll be meeting with the big cheese first thing tomorrow, to present his proposal.

bleu cheese
Alternative spelling of blue cheese
bleu-cheese
Attributive form of bleu cheese

bleu-cheese odor.

blue cheese
A kind of cheese with bluish mold in it
brown cheese
Norwegian whey cheese, characterised by its brown colour
cauliflower cheese
A British dish consisting of boiled cauliflower served with a cheese sauce
cock cheese
smegma
cottage cheese
A cheese curd product with a mild flavor. It is drained, but not pressed so some whey remains
cream cheese
A soft, mild-tasting, white cheese that comes from cows milk

This is one of the best cream cheeses I have ever tasted!.

curd cheese
cottage cheese
cut the cheese
To flatulate

Hey, who cut the cheese?.

different as chalk and cheese
Two things which are different, particularly two things that are superficially alike but very different in substance

And thus ful ofte chalk for cheese he changeth with ful littel cost.

goat cheese
Any cheese produced by taking goat milk and using the process to make cheese
goat's cheese
Any cheese made from goat's milk
goat's milk cheese
cheese made from goat's milk
government cheese
Processed cheese provided to welfare and food stamp recipients in the United States during the 1980s and early 1990s
grilled cheese
A grilled cheese sandwich: a cheese sandwich typically toasted or fried in butter

He lunched on grilled cheese in Toronto and sashimi in Tokyo and had the chance to stick his finger in a true-to-life Dutch dike in Almere, Holland.

hard cheese
Expressed to someone suffering misfortune
head cheese
brawn (terrine)
human cheese
Cheese made with human breast milk

The flavor of human cheese would depend on what you were feeding your human. — Dan Savage, Savage Love: Straight Answers from America's Most Popular Sex Columnist (1998).

knob cheese
Smegma which is secrete between the glans penis and foreskin or in the vulva
lemon cheese
lemon curd
mac 'n' cheese
macaroni cheese
macaroni cheese
A savory dish made from cooked macaroni and cheese sauce
maggot cheese
casu marzu
marble cheese
A white and orange, mild, hard cheese usually made from two different varieties of cheese. Common cheeses used include cheddar, Colby cheese and Monterey Jack
mite cheese
Milbenkäse, a German specialty cheese that is produced by using Tyroglyphus casei cheese mites
plastic cheese
Any soft cheese that can be moulded
plastic cheese
Any processed cheese of an inferior quality, often sliced and wrapped in plastic film
processed cheese
Any of several types of natural cheese that are pasteurized to lengthen storage life and combined with emulsifiers to aid smoothness. In some cases processed cheeses contain added colorings and preservatives
say cheese
Used imperatively to elicit a smile from someone for a photograph by their saying "cheese" (the vowel of which, when pronounced as is usual in English, forces a somewhat smile-shaped mouth)
string cheese
Any of various cheeses that can be peeled in strings or strips
toe cheese
the sticky, smegma-like substance that accumulates between one's toes in case of insufficient hygiene

Love is: learning to appreciate the smell of your sweetheart's toe cheese!.

feta cheese
{i} white salty crumbly traditional Greek cheese made from sheep's milk (can also be made from goat or cow's milk)
gorgonzola cheese
Gorgonzola is a veined Italian blue cheese, made from unskimmed cow's milk
jack cheese
(also Monterey cheese) A kind of cheese resembling Cheddar. ORIGIN from the name of Monterey County, California, where it was first made; the origin of Jack is unknown
like chalk and cheese
(deyim) Dissimilar, unalike, unlike, contrasting, contrastive, divergent, differing, varying, disparate; poles apart, incompatible, mismatched, conflicting, clashing; like oil and water
macaroni and cheese
(Gıda) Macaroni and cheese, also known as "mac and cheese", "macaroni cheese" in British English, or "macaroni pie" in Caribbean English, is a casserole consisting of cooked macaroni and cheese sauce. Macaroni and cheese is sometimes prepared using a packaged food mix
cheesed
past of cheese
cheeses
plural of cheese
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von cheese im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

cheese rind peynir kabuğu
rind
cheese

    Türkische aussprache

    çiz

    Aussprache

    /ˈʧēz/ /ˈʧiːz/

    Etymologie

    [ chEz ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English chese, from Old English cēse, cȳse (“cheese”), from West Germanic *kāsjus (compare West Frisian tsiis, Dutch kaas, German Käse), from Latin cāseus (“cheese”), from Proto-Indo-European *kwat- (“to ferment, become sour”) (compare Old English hwaþerian (“to roar, foam, surge”), Swedish dialect hvå (“foam”), Latvian kūsāt (“to boil”), Old Church Slavonic kvasŭ 'leaven; sour drink', Sanskrit kváthati 'it boils').

    Tempora

    cheesing, cheesed

    Videos

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