crumb

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kırıntı

Bana süpürge ve faraşı ver lütfen. Yere bazı kırıntılar döktüm. - Pass me the broom and dustpan, please. I spilled some crumbs on the floor.

Neden her yerde kırıntılar var? - Why are there crumbs everywhere?

argo değersiz kimse
ekmek kırıntısı
çok az miktar
(Aİ) ciğeri beş para etmez adam
kırıntılarla süslemek sofradan kırıntıları toplamak
{f} ufalamak
{f} galetaya bulamak
{i} değersiz kimse
{i} parça, zerre
{i} ekmek içi
{i} zerre
ufak
crumb snatchers
(Argo) artıkları kapanlar
crumb of bread
ekmek kırıntısı
crumb snatcher
artıkları toplayan
crumb grain
(Gıda) ekmek içi gözeneği
crumb of comfort
(deyim) azıcık konfor
crumb of comfort
(deyim) bir solukluk rahatlık
a crumb of
kırıntısı
bread crumb
ekmek ufağı
bread crumb
{i} ufalanmış ekmek
bread crumb
ekmek kırıntısı
Englisch - Englisch
A mixture of sugar, cocoa and milk, used to make industrial chocolate
A small piece of baked food (such as cake, biscuit or bread)

The pigeons were quite happily picking at bread crumbs on the ground.

A bit, small amount

a crumb of comfort.

A body louse
A nobody, worthless person
The soft internal portion of bread, surrounded by crust
To cover with crumbs
A crumb of something, for example information, is a very small amount of it. At last Andrew gave them a crumb of information
A little; a bit; as, a crumb of comfort
{f} break into crumbs, crumble; remove crumbs; coat with crumbs
To break into crumbs or small pieces with the fingers; as, to crumb bread
a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible; "only a rotter would do that"; "kill the rat"; "throw the bum out"; "you cowardly little pukes!"; "the British call a contemptible person a `git'"
coat with bread crumbs; "crumb a cutlet
Fig
A small piece (such of cake, biscuit or bread)
a very small quantity of something; "he gave only a crumb of information about his plans"; "there were few crumbs of comfort in the report"
The soft internal portion of bread surrounded by crust
A small amount
A mixture of sugar, cocoa and milk used to make industrial chocolate
{i} bit, particle, morsel; soft inner part of bread
n Two binary digits; a {quad} Larger than a {bit}, smaller than a {nybble} Considered silly Syn {tayste}
remove crumbs from; "crumb the table"
A soft, porous, more or less rounded ped from 1 to 5 mm in diameter (Not used in current U S system of soil taxonomy ) See also soil structure shapes and Table 1
-A soft, porous, more or less rounded soil aggregate 1 - 5 mm in diameter
coat with bread crumbs; "crumb a cutlet"
small piece of e
Crumbs are tiny pieces that fall from bread, biscuits, or cake when you cut it or eat it. I stood up, brushing crumbs from my trousers
small piece of e g bread or cake
bread or cake a very small quantity of something; "he gave only a crumb of information about his plans"; "there were few crumbs of comfort in the report"
break into crumbs
A small fragment or piece; especially, a small piece of bread or other food, broken or cut off
The soft part of bread
crumb cake
cake or coffeecake topped with a mixture of sugar and butter and flour
crumb tray
special tray used for cutting bread which prevents crumbs from being scattered
crumbs
plural of crumb
George Crumb
born , Oct. 24, 1929, Charleston, W.Va., U.S. U.S. composer. Born to musician parents, he studied at the University of Michigan and from 1965 taught at the University of Pennsylvania. His style is known particularly for its unusual and hauntingly evocative timbres. Echoes of Time and the River (1967, Pulitzer Prize) and Ancient Voices of Children (1970) brought him wide fame. His other works include Madrigals, Books I-IV (1965-70), Night of the Four Moons (1969), Black Angels (1970), Makrokosmos I and II (1972, 1973), and Star-Child (1977)
George Henry Crumb
born , Oct. 24, 1929, Charleston, W.Va., U.S. U.S. composer. Born to musician parents, he studied at the University of Michigan and from 1965 taught at the University of Pennsylvania. His style is known particularly for its unusual and hauntingly evocative timbres. Echoes of Time and the River (1967, Pulitzer Prize) and Ancient Voices of Children (1970) brought him wide fame. His other works include Madrigals, Books I-IV (1965-70), Night of the Four Moons (1969), Black Angels (1970), Makrokosmos I and II (1972, 1973), and Star-Child (1977)
R Crumb
born Aug. 20, 1943, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. U.S. cartoonist. He had no formal art training but was obsessed with drawing as a child. In 1960 he moved to Cleveland, Ohio, to work for a greeting-card company. In 1967 he moved to San Francisco and became a prominent member of the hippie counterculture and a founder of the genre of underground "comix," satirical magazines that poked fun at U.S. culture. His often obscene strips with their various obsessive themes, starring such characters as Fritz the Cat, the Furry Freak Brothers, and Mr. Natural, had great influence and are still regarded as classics of the genre
Robert Crumb
born Aug. 20, 1943, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. U.S. cartoonist. He had no formal art training but was obsessed with drawing as a child. In 1960 he moved to Cleveland, Ohio, to work for a greeting-card company. In 1967 he moved to San Francisco and became a prominent member of the hippie counterculture and a founder of the genre of underground "comix," satirical magazines that poked fun at U.S. culture. His often obscene strips with their various obsessive themes, starring such characters as Fritz the Cat, the Furry Freak Brothers, and Mr. Natural, had great influence and are still regarded as classics of the genre
bread crumb
{i} small bit of bread
crumbs
used to express surprise
crumbs
an expression of mild surprise
crumbs
{ü} exclamation of surprise or astonishment
crumb
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