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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kabuk
ekmek kabuğu
{i} arsızlık
(Tıp) krust
(Jeoloji,Teknik) yerkabuğu
{i} kuru ekmek
{f} kabukla kaplamak
crust kapla
crust of the earth yerkabuğu
pişmiş herhangi bir şeyin kabuğu
kabuk,v.kabukla kapla: n.kabuk
{f} buz tutmak
{i} yüzsüzlük
{i} tortu
argo arsızlık
(Tıp) Yara kabuğu
{f} kabuklanmak
ekmek kıtırı
{s} kabuklu
crust of the earth
crust of creation
yaradılışın kabuğu
crust over
crust round the eyes
continental crust
(Çevre) kıtasal kabuk
earth crust
(Coğrafya) yer kabuğu
viscous crust round the eyes
earth's crust
upper crust
üst tabaka
kabukla kapla(mak)
earth's crust
yer kabuğunun
earth's crust and mantle (geology)
yer kabuğunun ve (jeoloji manto)
in crust
congealed crust
lâv akıntısı yüzeyinde oluşan kabuk
{s} koyu
(Tıp) Kabuk bağlanmış
{s} aşırı
{s} tortulu
kabukla kapla
kabukla kaplanmış
{s} antika
{s} eski
earth's crust
arz kabuğu
earth's crust
yeryuvarı kabuğu
earth’s crust
(Jeoloji) yeryuvarı kabuğu
form a crust
kabuk bağlamak
snow crust
(Meteoroloji) kar zarı
snow crust
(Meteoroloji) kar kabuğu
thick crust
kalın hamur
thin crust
ince hamur
to crust
upper crust
(deyim) (the) upper crust ust tabaka
upper crust
yüksek sosyete
upper crust
{k} üst tabaka, yukarı sınıf, yüksek tabaka
Englisch - Englisch
To cover with a crust
Nerve, gall

You've got a lot of crust standing there saying that.

The outermost layer of the lithosphere of the Earth. Thickness ranges between 15-35 km
To form a crust
The external layer of most types of bread
Bread foundation of pizza
Outer layer composed of pastry
A more solid, dense or hard layer on a surface or boundary
{v} to cover with or contract a hard case
{n} a hard covering, case, piece of bread
The hard exterior or surface of bread, in distinction from the soft part or crumb; or a piece of bread grown dry or hard
The outermost layer or shell of the earth, representing less than 0 1% of the earthÕs total volume
To gather or contract into a hard crust; to become incrusted
The cover or case of a pie, in distinction from the soft contents
An incrustation on the interior of wine bottles, the result of the ripening of the wine; a deposit of tartar, etc
The outermost layer of a planet or moon above the mantle
The crust is the hard top layer of the Earth The crust varies in thickness from about 10 kilometers or about 6 miles (below oceans) to 65 kilometers or about 40 miles (below continents)
Earth's outer most layer of solid rock Between 7 to 70 kilometers thick Two types of crust exist: oceanic crust and continental crust
the layer of rock at the earth's surface
form a crust or form into a crust; "The bread crusted in the oven"
The thin outermost solid layer of the Earth It varies in thickness from about 5 kilometres (beneath the oceans) to 30 to 70 kilometres (beneath the continents)
a formation of dried blood, pus, or other skin fluid over a break in the skin
The exterior portion of the earth, formerly universally supposed to inclose a molten interior
the outer layer of the Earth
The earth's crust is the outer brittle rocks of the earth The crust makes up the top part of the giant plates that move slowly across the surface of the earth
A crust is a hard layer of something, especially on top of a softer or wetter substance. As the water evaporates, a crust of salt is left on the surface of the soil
The dough, or mass of doughy paste, cooked with a potpie; also called dumpling
the outermost and thinnest of the Earth's layers
the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties the outer layer of the Earth a hard outer layer that covers something form a crust or form into a crust; "The bread crusted in the oven
a formed outer layer of dried serum, blood, or prurulent exudate on the surface of the skin It can be thick and adherent
The outer layer of the Earth's surface
The surface layer of the earth
The hard external coat or covering of anything; the hard exterior surface or outer shell; an incrustation; as, a crust of snow
the outermost thin layer of the earth
(of Earth) The outermost layer of rock the Earth, relatively thin (about 30 km)
The thin outer layer of the Earth's surface, averaging about 10 kilometers thick under the oceans and up tp about 50 kilometers thick on the continents This is the only layer of the Earth that humans have actually seen
the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
The shell of crabs, lobsters, etc
n outer most layer of rock on Earth; the portion of Earth's surface with which we are most familiar; it is hard and brittle
{i} hard outer coating of a loaf of bread; piece of bread which is mainly crust or that is hard and dry; hard coating, hard outer layer; (Geology) outer portion of the earth
A hard mass, made up of dried secretions blood, or pus, occurring upon the surface of the body
The outermost layer of the Earth, typically 5 to 75 km thick, representing less than 1 percent of the Earth's volume
a hard outer layer that covers something
To cover with a crust; to cover or line with an incrustation; to incrust
The earth's crust is its outer layer. Earthquakes leave scars in the earth's crust. see also upper crust. Outermost solid part of the Earth, essentially composed of a range of igneous and metamorphic rock types. In continental regions, the crust is made up chiefly of granitic rock, whereas the composition of the ocean floor corresponds mainly to that of basalt and gabbro. On average, the crust extends 22 mi (35 km) downward from the surface to the underlying mantle, from which it is separated by the Mohorovii discontinuity (the Moho). The crust and top layer of the mantle together form the lithosphere
The outermost major layer of the earth, ranging from about 10 to 65 km in thickness worldwide The uppermost 15-35 km of crust is brittle enough to produce earthquakes
The outermost layer of a planet or moon, above the mantle
A pie's crust is its cooked pastry
the outermost layer of rock on the earth Mesa Field Trip 
The outermost layer of a planet, composed of relatively low-density materials
{f} cover with a crust, form into a crust; be formed into a crust
outermost shell or layer of planet Earth
The outermost and thinnest of the earth's compositional layers The continental crust runs from 20 to 60 km thick (typically 35 km), while the oceanic crust is 10-15km thick, including up to 5 km of ocean water Crustal rocks are less dense than those of the underlying mantle, on average about 2 7 gm/cc
the outermost part of the structure of the Earth, consisting of two distinct parts, the oceanic crust and the continental crust
The crust on a loaf of bread is the outside part
Earth's outer layer of rock Also called the lithosphere
Of, pertaining to, or forming a crust, especially the crust of the Earth or other planet etc
Having no crust
milk crust
A skin disorder of infants causing scaly, flaky, itchy, red skin in the head area
upper crust
The social elite

Some accents reveal the distinctive bray of the upper crust, but most are generic middle class.

upper crust
The topmost layer of a bread, pastry dish, or other item with a hardened coating

She went to get her tarts . . . but some one had stolen all the fruit out of them by lifting up the upper crust.

Posh, upper-class
bread crust
hard shell surrounding a loaf of bread, crunchy outer part of a loaf of bread
Relating to a crust
{s} of a crust, of a shell
past of crust
If something is crusted with a substance, it is covered with a hard or thick layer of that substance. flat grey stones crusted with lichen = encrusted Crusted is also a combining form. He sat down to remove his mud-crusted boots. having a thin hard dry layer on the surface crusted with
Incrusted; covered with, or containing, crust; as, old, crusted port wine
{s} having a hardened crust as a covering
present participle of crust
{s} without a crust
plural of crust
earth's crust
hard surface of the earth, stone and soil that covers the earth's surface
pie crust
pastry used to hold pie fillings
upper crust
The upper crust are the upper classes. the kind of lifestyle of the privileged upper crust. Upper crust is also an adjective. Sergeant Parrott normally spoke with an upper-crust accent. the group of people who belong to the highest social class
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von crust im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

yara kabuğu scab, crust
(over a wound)