flowering

listen to the pronunciation of flowering
Englisch - Türkisch
yükselme
{i} çiçeklenme
çiçeklenen
çiçekçilik
{f} çiçeklen
çiçekli
çiçeklenerek
{s} çiçeği bol
{s} çiçek açan
{s} parlak dönem
çiçek aç
flower
çiçek

Babam çiçekleri suluyor. - My father is watering the flowers.

Çiçekler koparıldığında kısa sürede soldu. - Flowers soon fade when they have been cut.

flowering of plants
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bitkilerin çiçeklenmesi
flowering plant
çiçek açan bitki
flowering plants
çiçekli bitkiler
flowering tobacco
tütünçiçeği
flower
{f} olgunlaşmak
flower
fidan
flower
seçkin
flower
çiçek açmak

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

flower
{f} çiçeklen

Birçok çiçekler baharda çiçeklenmeye başlar. - Many flowers start blooming in springtime.

flower
çiçek vermek
during flowering
çiçek açma dönemi boyunca
flower
seçkin şey
flower
buhardan toz haline gelmiş olan madde
flower
{f} gelişmek
flower
tezyinat
flower
açılmak
flower
şeref
flower
serpilmek
flower
açılıp gelişmek
flower
{i} bahar

Baharda, çiçekler büyür ve ağaçlar çiçek açar. - In spring, flowers grow and trees bloom.

Bahçedeki çiçekler baharda açar. - The flowers in the garden bloom in spring.

flower
süs

Odamı çiçeklerle süslemeyi seviyorum. - I like to decorate my room with flowers.

Mars'taki tapınaklar, nilüfer çiçekleri ile süslenmiştir. - The temples on Mars are decorated with lotus flowers.

flower
olgunlaşma
flower
çiçek açan bitki
flower
süsleme

Odamı çiçeklerle süslemeyi seviyorum. - I like to decorate my room with flowers.

flower
çiçek açma

Bu çiçekler çiçek açmak üzereler. - These flowers are just about to bloom.

flower
çiçeklenmek
flower
olgunlaşmış veya kemale ermiş şey
flower
seçkin veya güzide şey
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of flower
The action of the verb to flower
Having flowers that are opening

The apple trees are flowering.

Blooming
Of a plant, that produces flowers

Azaleas are flowering plants.

Having conspicuous flowers; used as an epithet with many names of plants; as, flowering ash; flowering dogwood; flowering almond, etc
{s} blooming, blossoming, sprouting, producing flowers
bursting into flower; "flowering spring trees"
the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms
The act of blossoming, or the season when plants blossom; florification
Flowering shrubs, trees, or plants are those which produce noticeable flowers. the flowering of sth when something develops in a very successful way
{i} producing of flowers, blooming, blossoming
a developmental process; "the flowering of ante-bellum culture"
The act of adorning with flowers
The flowering of something such as an idea or artistic style is the development of its popularity and success. the flowering of creative genius
flowering plant
Any plant that produces flowers and fruit; an angiosperm
flowering plants
plural form of flowering plant
flowering almond
woody oriental plant with smooth unfurrowed red fruit grown especially for its white or pale pink blossoms deciduous Chinese shrub or small tree with often trilobed leaves grown for its pink-white flowers
flowering ash
shrubby ash of southwestern United States having fragrant white flowers shrubby California ash with showy off-white flowers
flowering cherry
any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Prunus cultivated for their showy white or pink single or double blossoms
flowering fern
any fern of the genus Osmunda: large ferns with creeping rhizomes; naked sporangia are on modified fronds that resemble flower clusters Australasian fern with clusters of sporangia on stems of fertile fronds
flowering maple
Any of various tropical plants of the genus Abutilon, having lobed leaves resembling those of the maple and variously colored flowers. Also called abutilon, Indian mallow
flowering plant
angiosperm: plants having seeds in a closed ovary
flowering plant
A plant that produces flowers and fruit; an angiosperm. Any of the more than 250,000 species of angiosperms (division Magnoliophyta) having roots, stems, leaves, and well-developed conductive tissues (xylem and phloem). They are often differentiated from gymnosperms by their production of seeds within a closed chamber (the ovary) within the flower, but this distinction is not always clear-cut. The division is composed of two classes: monocots and dicots (see cotyledon). Monocots have flower parts in threes, scattered conducting strands in the stem, and usually prominent parallel veins in the leaves, and they lack a cambium. Dicots have flower parts in fours or fives, conducting strands arranged in a cylinder, a net-veined pattern in the leaves, and a cambium. Flowering plants reflect an immense diversity in habit, size, and form; they account for more than 300 families growing on every continent, including Antarctica. Flowering plants have adapted to almost every habitat. Most reproduce sexually by seeds via the specialized reproductive organs that are present in all flowers
flowering quince
Asiatic ornamental shrub with spiny branches and pink or red blossoms
flowering quince
Any of several shrubs of the genus Chaenomeles, native to Asia and having spiny branches and red or pink flowers
flowering raspberry
shrubby raspberry of eastern North America having showy rose to purplish flowers and red or orange thimble-shaped fruit
flowering shrub
shrub noted primarily for its flowers
flowering tobacco
South American ornamental perennial having nocturnally fragrant greenish-white flowers
flowering wintergreen
common trailing perennial milkwort of eastern North America having leaves like wintergreen and usually rosy-purple flowers with winged sepals
flower
A colorful, conspicuous structure associated with angiosperms, frequently scented and attracting various insects, and which may or may not be used for sexual reproduction
flower
something that flows, such as a river
flower
To reach a state of full development or great achievement
flower
The best state of things; the prime

She was in the flower of her life.

flower
The vulva, especially the labia majora
flower
A plant that bears flowers, especially a plant that is small and lacks wood

We transplanted the flowers to a larger pot.

flower
Of plants, a state of bearing blooms

The dogwoods are in flower this week.

flower
To put forth blooms
flower
A reproductive structure in angiosperms (flowering plants), typically including sepals, petals, stamens, and ovaries; often conspicuously colourful

You know, Darwin studied their fertilisation, and showed that the whole structure of an ordinary orchid flower was contrived in order that moths might carry the pollen from plant to plant.

flower
{n} the flossom of a plant, the prime
flower
{v} to be in flower, bloom, froth, adorn
dwarf flowering almond
small Chinese shrub with smooth unfurrowed dark red fruit grown especially for its red or pink or white flowers
flower
A substance in the form of a powder, especially when condensed from sublimation; as, the flowers of sulphur
flower
In mosses the flowers consist of a few special leaves surrounding or subtending organs called archegonia
flower
Flowers are small plants that are grown for their flowers as opposed to trees, shrubs, and vegetables. a lawned area surrounded by plants and flowers The flower garden will be ablaze with colour every day
flower
A figure of speech; an ornament of style
flower
Refers to the green (on-line), red(off-line) and white/blue(indicator disabled for privacy, found in Security under Web Aware)ICQ flower
flower
the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
flower
The reproductive structure of an angiosperm
flower
{f} bloom, blossom; develop, mature; cover in flowers; decorate with a floral pattern
flower
To embellish with flowers; to adorn with imitated flowers; as, flowered silk
flower
A flower is the part of a plant which is often brightly coloured, grows at the end of a stem, and only survives for a short time. Each individual flower is tiny. large, purplish-blue flowers
flower
The reproductive part of a plant It is usually composed of petals, sepals, stamens, and a pistil
flower
A flower is a stem of a plant that has one or more flowers on it and has been picked, usually with others, for example to give as a present or to put in a vase. a bunch of flowers sent by a new admirer
flower
The reproductive part of a plant Flowers may be male or female only, or both male and female (complete)
flower
See Blossom, and Corolla
flower
An inflorescence that resembles a flower, but actually contains many small florets, such as a sunflower
flower
Ornamental type used chiefly for borders around pages, cards, etc
flower
(grass flower) 2(-3) lodicules, (-1,-2) 3(-6)stamens, and pistil with 2(-3) stigma branches; flowers are within a and part of the floret
flower
A complete flower consists of two essential parts, the stamens and the pistil, and two floral envelopes, the corolla and callyx
flower
a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
flower
produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
flower
To come off as flowers by sublimation
flower
{i} plant blossom, bloom; sprouting; prime, climax; best part of something; state of being in bloom, flourishing
flower
Honeywell machine, planned as a Multics platform in the 1980s Planned to be a 3-4x faster machine using gate array tehchnology provided by Honeywell's DoD-funded Very High Speed Integrated Circuit (VHSIC) program This machine was simulated but never built, and the project was canceled in March 1985 Story: "Flower"
flower
When something flowers, for example a political movement or a relationship, it gets stronger and more successful. Their relationship flowered. = blossom
flower
Menstrual discharges
flower
That part of a plant destined to produce seed, and hence including one or both of the sexual organs; an organ or combination of the organs of reproduction, whether inclosed by a circle of foliar parts or not
flower
- a part of the plant that is colorful and makes seeds
flower
A specialized shoot containing a short stem with four kinds of part, derived from highly specialized leaves: calyx; corolla; androecium; gynoecium
flower
To come into the finest or fairest condition
flower
To froth; to ferment gently, as new beer
flower
n [part of a plant which has a bright colour (She was upset so I sent her some ~s )] bunga
flower
Strictly, an angiospermous reproductive structure bearing pistils or stamens or both, and usually sepals and petals The so-called flower of conifers is the male or female strobilus before and during pollination
flower
The flower consists of four main parts supported by a pedicel The flower parts are attached to the pedicel by the receptacle Each floral part is referred to as a series The four floral series which comprise a flower are the calyx, corolla, gynoecium, and androecium The calyx and corolla are non-reproductive in nature while the gynoecium and the androecium are the reproductive parts of the flower
flower
When a plant is in flower or when it has come into flower, its flowers have appeared and opened. see also flowered. Reproductive portion of any flowering plant (angiosperm). Popularly, the term applies especially when part or all of the reproductive structure is distinctive in colour and form. Flowers present a multitude of combinations of colour, size, form, and anatomical arrangement. In some plants, individual flowers are very small and are borne in a distinctive cluster (inflorescence). Each flower consists of a floral axis that bears the essential organs of reproduction (stamens and pistils) and usually accessory organs (sepals and petals); the latter may serve both to attract pollinating insects (see pollination) and to protect the essential organs. Flower parts are arrayed usually in whorls, but sometimes spirally. Four distinct whorls are common: the outer calyx (sepals), the corolla (petals), the androecium (stamens), and, in the centre, the gynoecium (pistils). The sepals are usually greenish and often resemble reduced leaves; the petals are usually colourful and showy. Pollen is produced in the stamens. A pollen-receptive stigma rests atop each pistil. The pistil, made up of one or more carpels, encloses an ovary that contains the ovules, or potential seeds. After fertilization, the ovary enlarges to form the fruit. Flowers have been symbols of beauty in most civilizations of the world, and flower giving is still among the most popular of social amenities. crane flower cardinal flower thousand flowers flowering plant
flower
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
flower
The fairest, freshest, and choicest part of anything; as, the flower of an army, or of a family; the state or time of freshness and bloom; as, the flower of life, that is, youth
flower
A plant that bears flowers
flower
To blossom; to bloom; to expand the petals, as a plant; to produce flowers; as, this plant flowers in June
flower
Collection of reproductive structures found in flowering plants More info?
flower
Grain pulverized; meal; flour
flower
reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
flower
Flowering time by month and color, to help you plan your garden
flower
The best examples or representatives of a group
flower
The flower is the reproductive organ of the plant It contains both the female and male parts, but some are incomplete, having only one or the other See complete flower for details
flower
When a plant or tree flowers, its flowers appear and open. Several of these rhododendrons will flower this year for the first time
flower
In the popular sense, the bloom or blossom of a plant; the showy portion, usually of a different color, shape, and texture from the foliage
flowerings
plural of flowering
japanese flowering cherry
ornamental tree with inedible fruit widely cultivated in many varieties for its pink blossoms
flowering
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