cotton

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Englisch - Türkisch
pamuk

O, soluk bir pamuk etek giymişti. - She was dressed in a faded cotton skirt.

Ben bir pamuk bluz tercih ederim. - I prefer a cotton blouse.

pamuklu

Ben bir pamuklu çubukla kulak zarımı patlattım. - I punctured my eardrum with a cotton bud.

Yazın pamuklu gömlekler giyerim. - In the summer, I wear cotton shirts.

uzlaşmak
(Otomotiv) pamuk ipi
kotton
pamuklu kumaş
pamuk ipliği
pamuk bezi
{i} İng. pamuk ipliği
{f} dost olmak
{i} pamuklu dokuma
yağcılık yapmak
{i} koton
{f} anlaşmak
{f} 1. (on) (to) -i kavramak/anlamak, -in farkına
{i} pamuk; (hidrofil) pamuk
pamuğa sarmak
pamuk (bezi)
tire
pamuk (hidrofil)
cotton mill
pamuklu dokuma fabrikası
cotton mill
pamuk fabrikası
cotton candy
(Argo) pamuk şekeri

Tom çok fazla pamuk şekeri yedi. - Tom ate too much cotton candy.

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

cotton candy
pamukhelva
cotton candy
ketenhelva
cotton cloth
pamuklu
cotton cord
kaytan
cotton fabric
(Tekstil) pamuk kumaş
cotton farming
(Tarım) pamuk tarımı
cotton fluffer
hallaç
cotton linen
(Tekstil) pamuklu keten
cotton on
farkına varmak
cotton on
(Dilbilim) idrak etmek
cotton on
çakozlamak
cotton on
(Dilbilim) bir konuyu kavramak
cotton on to
(Konuşma Dili) (bir şeye) uyanmak
cotton seed oil
(Gıda) pamuk yağı
cotton staple
(Teknik,Tekstil) pamuk lifi
cotton to
hoşlanmak
cotton to
kanı kaynamak
cotton to
farkına varmak
cotton trade
pamuk ticareti
cotton up to
anlaşmak
cotton velvet
kadife
cotton velvet
pamuklu
cotton weaving
(Tekstil) pamuklu dokuma
cotton yarn
(Tekstil) pamuklu iplik
cotton baning
tabaka halinde pamuk
cotton belt
pamuk üretme bölgesi
cotton bleaching
pamuk ağartma
cotton cleaning machine
pamuk temizleme makinası
cotton cloth
pamuklu kumaş
cotton exchange
pamuk borsası
cotton fabric
pamuklu kumaş
cotton factory
pamuk fabrikası
cotton fibre
pamuk lifi
cotton field
pamuk tarlası
cotton gin
pamuk çırçırı
cotton grass
pamuk otu
cotton industry
pamuk endüstrisi
cotton linen
yarı keten
cotton picker
pamuk toplayıcı
cotton picking machine
pamuk toplama makinesi
cotton plant
pamuk fidanı
cotton plush
pamuklu peluş
cotton staple
pamuk teli
cotton thread
pamuk ipliği
cotton up to
yaltaklanmak
cotton up to
geçinmek
cotton up to
anlaş
cotton velvet
pamuklu kadife
cotton wad
hidrofil pamuk
cotton waste
pamuk artığı
cotton weaving mill
pamuklu dokuma fabrikası
cotton wool
ham pamuk
cotton wool
hidrofil pamuk
cotton yarn
pamuk ipliği
cotton ball
pamuk topu
cotton balls
pamuk topları
cotton bra
pamuklu sutyen
cotton buds
pamuk tomurcukları
cotton crop
pamuk ürünü
cotton dye
pamuk boya
cotton linter
pamuk Linter
cotton linters
pamuk linters
cotton on
pamuk
cotton pads
pamuk pedler
cotton plantation
pamuk ekimi
cotton rags
pamuklu bez
cotton spinner
pamuk eğiren
cotton spinning
pamuk iplik
cotton stainer
pamuk yapıcısı
cotton strain
pamuk strain
cotton swab
pamuklu çubukla
cotton vest
pamuk yelek
cotton waste
(Mühendislik) üstüpü
cotton-tipped swab
kulak çöpü
cotton baling
pamuk balyalama
cotton batting
(Tekstil) tabaka halinde pamuk
cotton belt
pamuk üretim kuşağı
cotton boll
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) pamuk elması
cotton boll
pamukelması
cotton bud
pamuklu çubuk
cotton butterfly
pamuk kelebek
cotton cake
pamukyağı
cotton cambric
(Tekstil) perkal
cotton candy
pamuk helva

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

cotton candy
ketenhelva, ketenhelvası
cotton classing
(Tekstil) pamuk sınıflandırma
cotton cleaning machine
(Tekstil) pamuk temizleme makinesi
cotton cloth
(Tekstil) pamuklu kumaş, amerikan bezi ( hasse )
cotton cloth  
(Tekstil) dokuma  
cotton covered
pamuk yalıtımlı
cotton embroidery yarn
pamukaki
cotton gin
çalkar
cotton gin
pamuk tarağı
cotton gin
çırçır makinesi
cotton gin
çırçır
cotton grass
bataklıkketeni
cotton holder
pamuk iletkisi
cotton knitted fabric
(Tekstil) pamuklu-örme mensucat
cotton mill
pamuk fabrikası,pamuklu bez fabrikası
cotton oil
pamuk çekirdeği yağı
cotton on to
anlamak
cotton on to
çakmak
cotton on to
dostluk kurmak
cotton picker
(Tekstil) pamuk toplama makinesi
cotton picker
pamuk işçisi
cotton plush
(Tekstil) pamuklu pelüş
cotton press
pamuk presi
cotton print
pamuklu emprime
cotton print
basma
cotton taffeta
(Tekstil) pamuklu tafta
cotton unseed
(Tarım) kütlü pamuk
cotton up to
cotton up to geçinmek
cotton wad
(Tekstil) (ding) hidrofil pamuk
cotton waste
kıtık
cotton waste
(Tarım) pamuk döküntüsü
cotton waste
(Tarım,Teknik) kırpıntı pamuk
cotton with
(Fiili Deyim ) ile anlaşmak , uyuşmak
cotton wool
İng. (hidrofil) pamuk
cotton woven fabric
(Tekstil) pamuklu-dokuma mensucat
collodion cotton
kolodyum pamuğu
conciliate, cotton on, reconcile
Pamuk, uzlaştırmak barıştırmak
coarse cotton net
(Tekstil) kamçı başı
collodion cotton
kolodyum pamuğuf
feel like cotton
(mouth feel like cotton) Ağızda kuruluk hissetmek
cotton to
anlamak
cotton to
kavramak
cotton to
sevmek
fine cotton
ince pamuk
gun cotton
(Askeri) pamuk barutu
made of cotton
pamuklu
pick cotton
pamuk toplamak
sewing cotton
pamuk ipliği
absorbent cotton
hidrofil pamuk
egyptian cotton
mısır pamuğu
embroidery cotton
işleme pamuğu
grey cotton
ham pamuk
grey cotton cloth
amerikanbezi
maco cotton
mako pamuğu
raw cotton
ham pamuk
tree cotton
ağaç pamuğu
cottons
pamuklar
cotton gin
cırcır
Englisch - Englisch
A surname
The name of several settlements around the world
A habitational surname
The textile made from the fiber harvested from the cotton plant
Made of cotton
A plant that encases its seed in a thin fiber that is harvested and used as a fabric or cloth
A type of plant used as a source of cotton fiber
An item of clothing made from cotton
To get on with someone or something; to have a good relationship with someone
{n} a kind of plant, wool, stuff made of it
{v} to rise with a nap, unite
{i} family name
Cotton, from the genus Gossypium of the Malvaceau family, is a natural soft fluffy fiber It comes from the surface of seed pods, otherwise known as bolls which grow from a bush like plant or small tree Variations among fibers occur from differing climates, soil, harvesting techniques, insect damage, and fertilizers The quality is determined by its strength, length, fineness, and whiteness The longer fibers are preferable as they make a stronger finer cotton It contains plant or "vegetable" fibers as opposed to protein or "animal" fibers which silk is made of Plant fibers are a cellulose and cotton contains about 90 percent cellulose, 6 percent moisture and other natural impurities Procion Fiber Reactive dyes work best with cotton
Soft vegetable fiber widely used in socks Cotton yarns are available in a wide variety of types and qualities Long staple combed cotton is generally considered to provide the finest quality cotton yarn for socks
erect bushy mallow plant or small tree bearing bolls containing seeds with many long hairy fibers
The textile that is harvested from the cotton plant
silky fibers from cotton plants in their raw state
Cotton is a type of cloth made from soft fibres from a particular plant. a cotton shirt
To cotton to a person To cling to one or take a fancy to a person To stick to a person as cotton sticks to our clothes
The soft fiber obtained from the seed pod of the cotton plant It is spun into yarn and thread and woven into fabric
n kapas
tropical and subtropical plant Fibres surround the seeds inside the ripened fruits, or bolls, and these are spun into yam for cloth Cotton production represents 5% of world agricultural output
A unicellular, natural fiber that grows in the seedpod of the cotton plant Fibers are typically 1/2 inch to 2 inches long The longest staple fibers, longer than 1 1/2 inch, including the Pima and Egyptian varieties, produce the highest quality cotton fabrics
To unite; to agree; to make friends; - - usually followed by with
Cotton is named for a shrubby plant (genus Gossypium) of the MALLOW family, for the fibers surrounding the seeds, and for the cloth woven from the spun fibers Each of the seeds, which are contained in capsules, or bolls, is surrounded by white or cream-colored downy fibers that flatten and twist naturally as they dry Cotton is tropical in origin but is now cultivated worldwide It has been spun, woven, and dyed since prehistoric times
To rise with a regular nap, as cloth does
a plant of the Genus Gossypium, which yields fiber for the manufacture of durable and permanent fine papers and cellulose derivatives The boll of the cotton plant is a capsule that bursts open when ripe, allowing the seed and attached lint (hairs) to be easily picked The cotton fiber is removed from the seed by the ginning process See also Cotton Linters Fiber from the seed pod of the cotton plant, the use of cotton dates back more than 5,000 years Quality depends on the length of the fiber, longer being better, and fiber lengths vary from less than one-half inch to more than two inches
A natural fiber derived from the cotton plant Some varieties are cotton poplin, a lighter-weight fabric used in summer pants; mercerized cotton, used to add body and shine to cotton; and twill, often used in heavier, long-sleeved, outdoor sport shirts
Cotton or absorbent cotton is a soft mass of cotton, used especially for applying liquids or creams to your skin. cotton on to begin to understand something realize. Seed-hair fibre of various plants of the genus Gossypium, in the mallow family, native to most subtropical countries. The shrubby plants produce creamy white flowers, followed by small green seedpods (cotton bolls), which contain the seeds. Fibres growing from the outer skin of the seeds become tightly packed within the boll, which bursts open at maturity to reveal soft masses of the white to yellowish white fibres. Cotton is harvested when the bolls open. One of the world's leading agricultural crops, cotton is plentiful and economically produced, making cotton products relatively inexpensive. The fibres can be made into a diverse array of fabrics suitable for a great variety of apparel, home furnishings, and industrial uses. Cotton fabrics can be extremely durable and are comfortable to wear. Nonwoven cotton, made by fusing or bonding the fibres, is useful for making disposable products including towels, polishing cloths, tea bags, tablecloths, bandages, and disposable uniforms and sheets for hospital and other medical uses. cotton bollworm Cotton Belt Cotton Club cotton gin Cotton John Cotton Sir Robert Bruce King Cotton Mather Cotton
Cotton is thread that is used for sewing, especially thread that is made from cotton. There's a needle and cotton there
{i} plant of the mallow family; white fluffy fibers produced by this plant; thread spun from cotton fibers; fabric woven from cotton thread; material that resembles cotton
One of the most commonly used plant fibers in the making of western papers Also called "rag" or "linters " Cotton is the purest form of celluloseproduced in nature and it requires the least amount of processing beforeit can be used
A unicellular, natural fiber that grows in the seed pod of the cotton plant Fibers are typically 1/2 inch to 2 inches long The longest staple fibers, longer than 1 1/2 inch, including the Pima and Egyptian varieties, produce the highest quality cotton fabrics
natural fiber obtained from the boll of the cotton plant
Long-staple cotton has a fiber sometimes almost two inches long; short-staple, from two thirds of an inch to an inch and a half
A natural fiber of high cellulosic content
fabric woven from cotton fibers
To take a liking to; to stick to one as cotton; used with to
Fabric made of yarn spun and woven from the seed pod of the cotton plant, frequently blended with other fibers Popular for home textiles because of natural, environmentally safe properties
{f} like; be friendly with; (Informal) catch on, start to understand, cotton on
Cotton is a plant which is grown in warm countries and which produces soft fibres used in making cotton cloth. a large cotton plantation in Tennessee
A process in which heroin and other drugs are drawn into a syringe through a piece of cotton to filter
To go on prosperously; to succeed
A highly absorbent natural fabric Unlike wool, provides no insulating properties when wet Cotton is good for very hot conditions because it actually sucks heat from the body when wet However, in any other climate cotton can be uncomfortable or even dangerous Wearing wet cotton when its cold out is actually worse than no clothes at all
Cloth made of cotton
A fabric, thread or garment made from the fibers of the cotton plant
A soft, downy substance, resembling fine wool, consisting of the unicellular twisted hairs which grow on the seeds of the cotton plant
is a thread-like impurity in opal
thread made of cotton fibers
take a liking to; "cotton to something"
A useful natural fibre Unfortunately cotton fabrics are poor insulators when wet, and cotton garments should not be worn when paddling except in hot weather (Jeans should never be worn on the water )
The cotton plant
natural vegetable fiber of great economic importance as a raw material for cloth Its widespread use is largely due to the ease with which its fibers are spun into yarns Cotton's strength, absorbency, and capacity to be washed and dyed also make it adaptable to a considerable variety of textile products Cotton is produced by small trees and shrubs of a genus belonging to the mallow family, which also includes hibiscus, hollyhock, and the common mallow The immature flower bud, called a square, blooms and develops into an oval fruit called a boll that splits open at maturity, revealing a mass of long white hairs, called lint, that cover the numerous brown or black seeds When fully mature and dry, each of these hairs is a thin flattened tubular cell with a pronounced spiral twist, and is attached to a seed The length of the individual fibers ranges from 1 3 to 6 cm (1 to 21 in) Shorter fibers that grow from the seeds are called linters
fabric woven from cotton fibers thread made of cotton fibers erect bushy mallow plant or small tree bearing bolls containing seeds with many long hairy fibers silky fibers from cotton plants in their raw state take a liking to; "cotton to something
Cotton effect
The characteristic change in optical rotatory dispersion and/or circular dichroism in the vicinity of an absorption band of a substance
cotton boll
The round, fluffy clumps in which form cotton grows on a cotton plant
cotton candy
Melted sugar spun into thin threads and collected into a mass, usually on a stick
cotton gin
A machine used for separating cotton fibers from cotton seeds, etc
cotton gin
Any mechanism that separates one person from another, whether it be distance, time, or apathy
cotton on
To realize; come to understand
cotton reel
A spool, or bobbin used to keep cotton thread tidy
cotton reel
A Scottish highland country dance. A 4x40 bar reel for 4 couples in a 4-couple longwise set
cotton swab
A small wad of cotton wrapped around the end of a small rod, made of wood, rolled paper, or plastic
cotton swabs
plural form of cotton swab
cotton to
To like; approve of, accept, or tolerate

He tried sneaking it past them, but they didn't cotton to his attempts.

cotton wool
raw fibers of cotton before being processed
cotton wool
absorbent cotton for medical or cosmetic use etc
cotton wool bud
A short, thin and flexible rod with a small wad of cotton wool at each end
cotton wool buds
plural form of cotton wool bud
cotton wools
plural form of cotton wool
cotton-candy
Alternative spelling of cotton candy
cotton-picking
The harvesting of cotton

The season of cotton-picking commences in the latter part of July, and continues without intermission to the Christmas holidays.

cotton-picking
Describing a black person
cotton-picking
Describes a person who tends to become involved in matters outside of his area of concern
cotton-picking
Of little value, or for emphasis
cotton gin
A Northerner, Eli Whitney, invented the cotton gin in 1793, thereby revolutionizing the southern economy and giving slavery a new life in the South The gin (engine) was a device for separating the seed of short-staple cotton from the fiber
Cotton Belt
An agricultural region of the southeast United States, concentrated particularly in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, where cotton became the predominant crop in the 19th century. the Cotton Belt an area in the southern US where cotton is grown. Agricultural region of the southeastern U.S. where cotton is the main cash crop. Once confined to the pre-Civil War South, the Cotton Belt was pushed west after the war. Today it extends primarily through North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, western Tennessee, eastern Arkansas, Louisiana, eastern Texas, and southern Oklahoma
Cotton Bowl
an important college football game held every year in Dallas, Texas
Cotton Club
Nightclub in New York City's Harlem district in the 1920s and '30s. It opened in 1922 at 142nd Street and Lenox Avenue under the management of the reputed bootlegger Owney Madden (1892-1964). It became fashionable and featured the finest African American performers in the U.S., performing for an exclusively white audience. Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Bill Robinson, and Ethel Waters were among its featured artists. The club later moved downtown (1936-40)
Cotton Mather
a US Christian leader who was a Puritan. He supported the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, when a court in Salem, Massachusetts, decided that 20 people were guilty of witchcraft (=using magic for evil purposes) and killed them as punishment (1663-1728). born Feb. 12, 1663, Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony died Feb. 13, 1728, Boston American Puritan leader. The son of Increase Mather, he earned a master's degree from Harvard College and was ordained a Congregational minister in 1685, after which he assisted his father at Boston's North Church (1685-1723). He helped work for the ouster of the unpopular British governor of Massachusetts, Edmund Andros (1689). Though his writings on witchcraft fed the hysteria that resulted in the Salem witch trials, he disapproved of the trials and argued against the use of "spectral evidence." His best-known writings include Magnalia Christi Americana (1702), a church history of New England, and his Diary (1711-12). His Curiosa Americana (1712-24) won him membership in the Royal Society of London. He was an early supporter of smallpox inoculation. See also Congregationalism; Puritanism
cotton ball
fluff of unprocessed cotton, cotton wool
cotton ball
a fungus disease of cranberries
cotton batting
Cotton prepared in sheets or rolls for quilting, upholstering, and similar purposes
cotton belt
region in the southern United States where cotton is grown
cotton bud
A cotton bud is a small stick with a ball of cotton wool at each end, which people use, for example, for applying make-up
cotton bud
(British) small piece of absorbent material attached to a stick, cotton swab, Q-tip (registered trademark)
cotton candy
a candy made by spinning sugar that has been boiled to a high temperature
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
fluffy candy made from sugar that is spun with hot air and usually wrapped around a paper cone or small wooden stick
cotton cloth
fabric woven from cotton fibers
cotton flannel
a stout cotton fabric with nap on only one side
cotton gin
a machine that separates the seeds from raw cotton fibers
cotton gin
Machine perfected in 1793 by American inventor Eli Whitney to separate cotton from its seed
cotton gin
A machine that separates the seeds, seed hulls, and other small objects from the fibers of cotton. a machine that separates the seeds of a cotton plant from the cotton (gin 1300-1400 From engin ). Machine for cleaning cotton of its seeds. The design that became standard was invented in the U.S. by Eli Whitney in 1793. The mechanization of spinning in England had created a greatly expanded market for U.S. cotton, but production was bottlenecked by the manual removal of the seeds from the raw fibre. The cotton gin pulled the cotton through a set of wire teeth mounted on a revolving cylinder, the fibre passing through narrow slots in an iron breastwork too small to permit passage of the seed. The simplicity of the invention caused it to be widely copied. It is credited with making cotton the most important export crop of the U.S. before the American Civil War, as settlers and their slaves spread westward through prime cotton-growing regions of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas
cotton gin
machine which separates cotton fibers from the seeds
cotton gin
a nickname of cotton engine (machine to clean cotton); it increased the demand for slave labor as an unintended effect
cotton grass
any sedge of the genus Eriophorum; north temperate bog plants with tufted spikes
cotton grass
Any of various perennial grasslike plants of the genus Eriophorum native chiefly to wet places in northern temperate and cold regions and bearing at maturity one or more conspicuous tufts of cottony bristles
cotton mill
a textile mill for making cotton textiles
cotton mouse
large dark mouse of southeastern United States
cotton on
If you cotton on to something, you understand it or realize it, especially without people telling you about it. She had already cottoned on to the fact that the nanny was not all she appeared It wasn't until he started laughing that they cottoned on! = catch on
cotton on
{f} catch on, start to understand
cotton picking machine
machine which removes cotton from plants, machine which harvests cotton
cotton rat
destructive long-haired burrowing rat of southern North America and Central America
cotton rose
any plant of the genus Filago having capitate clusters of small woolly flower heads Chinese shrub or small tree having white or pink flowers becoming deep red at night; widely cultivated; naturalized in southeastern United States
cotton seed
The seed of the cotton plant
cotton seed oil
oil obtained from the seed of the cotton plant used in salad and cooking oils
cotton stainer
a true bug: bug that damages and stains the lint of developing cotton
cotton stainer
Any of various small, flat, red and black bugs of the genus Dysdercus that pierce cotton bolls and stain the fibers
cotton state
Alabama; a nickname
cotton strain
feeds primarily on cotton
cotton swab
small piece of absorbent material attached to a stick, Q-tip (registered trademark)
cotton thistle
biennial Eurasian white hairy thistle having pale purple flowers; naturalized in North America
cotton to
If you cotton to someone or something, you start to like them. His style of humor was very human, and that's why people cotton to him It seemed to me that I was being shut out of the dialogue and that's something I just don't cotton to
cotton wool
silky fibers from cotton plants in their raw state
cotton wool
(British) fluff of unprocessed cotton, cotton ball
cotton wool
Cotton wool is a soft mass of cotton, used especially for applying liquids or creams to your skin. Cotton in its natural or raw state
cotton-picking
used to emphasize that you are annoyed or surprised
combed cotton
Cotton which has been picked and partly processed
combed cotton
(Tekstil) Combed cotton is an extremely soft version of cottoncottoncotton made by specially treating the cottoncottoncotton fibers before they are spun into yarn. As a general rule, combedcombedcombed cottoncottoncotton is slightly more expensive than conventional cottoncottoncotton. The extremely soft, strong material is ideal for making bed linens and clothing which will be worn against the skin. If the textile used in a cottoncottoncotton product is combedcombedcombed cottoncottoncotton, it will usually be clearly identified
common cotton grass
having densely tufted white cottony or downlike glumes
King Cotton
A set phrase in the Southern United States used mainly by Southern politicians and authors who wanted to illustrate the importance of the crop to southern economy
all-cotton
Describing fabric that is purely cotton rather than a blend with synthetic fibers
buy cotton
to lack employment

I never knew how old Mr Radley made his living - Jem said he bought cotton, a polite term for doing nothing.

high cotton
the best of times; a time of well being

You're in high cotton.

lavender cotton
Ground cypress, Santolina Chamaecyparissus
cottons
plural of cotton
cottons
{i} cotton clothes (Informal)
cotton

    Silbentrennung

    Cot·ton

    Türkische aussprache

    kôtın

    Aussprache

    /ˈkôtən/ /ˈkɔːtən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kä-t&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Old English cot-tūn (“cottage farmstead”), from cot (“cottage”) + tūn (“homestead”)

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    cotton wool, cotton gin

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