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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} ez
patates püresi

Biraz daha patates püresi alır mısınız? - Would you like more mashed potatoes?

Tom çok soslu patates püresi yemeyi sever. - Tom likes to eat mashed potatoes with lots of gravy.

Taşınabilir (veya Seyyar) Askeri Cerrahi Hastane

m.a.s.h.(Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) kısaltması.

(Askeri) Ordu seyyar cerrahi hastahanesi (mobile Army surgical hospital)
püre yap

Tom büyük bir çatalla patatesleri püre yaptı. - Tom mashed the potatoes with a large fork.

O, patatesleri püre yapıyordu. - He was mashing potatoes.

{f} lapa yapmak
hayvanlara yedirilen sıcak lapa
mashed potatoes patates püresi
{i} bira yapmak için ezilmiş arpa ile su karışımı
{f} püre yapmak
ezilmiş arpayı su ile karıştırmak

Lütfen patates püresini verir misin? - Would you pass the mashed potatoes, please?

Biraz daha patates püresi almak istiyorum. - I'd like to have some more mashed potatoes.

mash seam weld
(Mühendislik) ezme dikiş kaynağı
mash pump
(Tarım) mayşe pompası
mash used as dog food
laying mash
yumurta yemi
have a mash on so.
öyle bir mash var
(Aşçı, Gastronomi) Patates püresi vs. yapmak için kullanılan bir mutfak aleti
Bira yapım sürecinin ikinci aşaması. Değirmende kırılan malt'ın bira suyu ile karıştırılıp kademeli olarak 75 derceye çıkarılması ve pişirilmesi. Bu süreçte malt içerisinde bulunan enzimlerin, fermente olabilir şekerlerin, proteinlerin ve aroma bileşiklerinin bira suyuna geçmesi amaçlanır
sour mash
ekşi lapa
to mash
püre için
{i} zampara
i., argo askıntı, kadınlara askıntı olan erkek
çapkın erkek
kadın peşinde koşan sahte aşık
{i} hovarda
{i} kadın avcısı
i ezen kimse veya şey
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (MUSUH) Sâbit olma
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Tutmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mahvolup belirsiz olmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çekmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kısa olmak
Englisch - Englisch
Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
to press
to flirt, to make eyes, to make romantic advances
To convert into a mash; to reduce to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure; to bruise; to crush; as, to mash apples in a mill, or potatoes with a pestle. Specifically (Brewing), to convert, as malt, or malt and meal, into the mash which makes wort
A mesh
an infatuation, a crush, a fancy
the object of one’s affections
To prepare a cup of tea (in a teapot), alternative to brew
In brewing, ground or bruised malt, or meal of rye, wheat, corn, or other grain (or a mixture of malt and meal) steeped and stirred in hot water for making the wort
: A mess; trouble — Francis Beaumont & John Fletcher
A mass of mixed ingredients reduced to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure; a mass of anything in a soft pulpy state
Mashed potatoes
To press down hard (on)

to mash on a bicycle pedal.

A mixture of meal or bran and water fed to animals
a dandy, a masher
{n} salt and water, bran and water, a mesh
{v} to mingle, mix, break, bruise, squeeze
1 (verb) To make a thick mixture of hot water with crushed malt and in some cases, adjuncts, in which the grain starches are converted to sugar 2 (noun) The mixture described in definition 1
(1) To mix a grist with hot water, and allow the malt enzymes to convert the grain starch to sugar (2) The mixture itself
To crush a food into smooth and evenly textured state For potatoes or other root vegetables, use a ricer, masher or food mill While food processors provide a smooth texture more like a puree or a paste, they should not be used for potatoes
{f} grind, pulverize, puree; create a soft mixture by adding hot water and crushing
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The "mash" is water and malted grains combined, with the intention of extracting soluble starches from the grains and then converting those starches to sugars The "mashing" process will also extract other products from the grains that, dependent upon the style of beer, are beneficial or detrimental to the finished beer
to wipe, sometimes referring to wiping with wet hands and at others with dry hands
A mixture of ground germinated grain that has been mixed with hot water prior to fermentation Back to index
A mess; trouble
The process of extracting sugars from malted barley (also the grain water mixture) It's just a matter of adding water to the grain The temperature and length of time at each temperature (along with the grain used, the water chemistry, the yeast, and the hops) determines the flavor, body and head of the finished beer The steps in making beer are: make a yeast starter, mash, boil, cool, pitch the yeast, ferment, and bottle or keg The steps in mashing are: dough in, mash, recirculate and sparge
To crush a food until smooth and evenly textured
A mixture, consisting of crushed grains and water, that can be fermented to produce ethyl alcohol
To crush to a soft mass
prepared ingredients before fermentation
The soluble materials released from germinated grains and prepared as a microbial growth medium (See 983)
A mixture of crushed malt, (possibly) other adjunct grains, and water The mash undergoes one or more temperature rests, which activate various enzymes present in the malt These enzymes break down proteins and starches in the malt, into simpler compounds (amino acids and sugars)
Crushed malted grains infused in warm water to extract fermentable malt sugars
talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions; "The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"; "My husband never flirts with other women"
Specifically (Brewing), ground or bruised malt, or meal of rye, wheat, corn, or other grain (or a mixture of malt and meal) steeped and stirred in hot water for making the wort
mixture of ground animal feeds
To squash foods with a fork or potato masher to make a smooth or slightly lumpy fluffy mixture
A prrocess by which water and malted barley, among other grains, are mixed and held at specific temperatures in order to convert the starches of the grain into sugars which can be fermented into beer
to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition; "crush an aluminum can"; "squeeze a lemon"
A sweet, yellow-brown liquid that contains the sugars extracted from them crushed grains and is cooled before passing into the fermenter
Refers to the water/grain mixture during the mashing process
A mess; trouble - Beaumont & Fletcher
The process of extracting the naturally forming sugars from grain through enzymatic action
reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading; "grind the spices in a mortar"; "mash the garlic"
The cooking procedure, central to beer making
Specifically (Brewing), to convert, as malt, or malt and meal, into the mash which makes wort
{i} soft mixture, blend; puree; mixture of boiled grains for livestock; (British) mashed potato
Mashed potatoes meat pies Individual meat pies (often turnover-shaped), with the meat-and-gravy filling completely enclosed in the crust middy New South Wales and Western Australia colloquialism for a medium-size (about 9-ounce) glass of beer milk bar Convenience store moo-juice Milk Morton Bay bug Crayfish from the waters of Queensland mudbugs Crayfish muddie A large crab found in the wetlands of Queensland and New South Wales muntries Small, crunchy, apple-flavored berries found in South Australia Also called "native cranberries "
mixture of ground animal feeds a mixture of mashed malt grains and hot water; used in brewing
Mash is mashed potato. Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. a very popular US television programme (1972-82), based on Robert Altman's film of the same name (1970) about a US army medical camp during the Korean War. Although it treated the subject in a humorous way, it also showed the serious effects that war had on people. The letters stand for 'Mobile Army Surgical Hospital'
To convert into a mash; to reduce to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure; to bruise; to crush; as, to mash apples in a mill, or potatoes with a pestle
a mixture of mashed malt grains and hot water; used in brewing
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If you mash food that is solid but soft, you crush it so that it forms a soft mass. Mash the bananas with a fork. mashed potatoes
the segment of the public sector that includes Municipalities, Academic Institutions, Schools and Hospitals, also referred to as MUSH
mash note
A love letter
mash note
gushing praise
mash notes
plural form of mash note
mash potato
mashed potato (food)
malt vat, a vat that holds malt in a brewery
(Muzik) Mashup (or mash it up) is a Jamaican Creole term meaning to destroy. In the context of reggae, dancehall or ska music, it can take on a positive connotation and mean an exceptional performance or event. The term has also been used in hip-hop, especially in cities such as New York that have a high Jamaican population. DJ Z-TRIP's Uneasy Listening album is an example of a DJ mashup (see Z-Trip, 2004). DJ Danger Mouse as well records mashups; he combined the Beatles White Album with Jay-Z's Black album to create the Grey Album
mash note
note that expresses love and affection
bangers and mash
meal of sausages and mashed potato, usually with onions and gravy added
instant mash
instant mashed potatoes
rather drunk
Simple past tense and past participle of mash
One who, or that which, mashes
a fashionable man, a dandy, a fop
a man who makes often unwelcome advances to women
A machine for making mash
Present participle of mash
Preparing tea (in a teapot)
The action of soaking malted barley etc., in order to convert starch into sugars as part of the brewing process
past of mash
{s} crushed, pulped; having been reduced to a uniform mass
very drunk or strongly affected by drugs
A charmer of women
a man who is aggressive in making amorous advances to women
A cyclist who habitually pedals hard in a high gear, at a slow cadence The opposite of a "spinner " The "mashing" style is likely to cause knee injuries and leg cramps
One who, or that which, mashes; also (Brewing), a machine for making mash
A man who molests women, as in a subway
a kitchen utensil used for mashing (e g potatoes)
{i} kitchen implement used to mash food (i.e. potatoes); one who mashes
a kitchen utensil used for mashing e
third-person singular of mash
The process by which the grist is added to hot water in order to dissolve the fermentable starches
The process of converting a grain's starches into fermentable sugars
The preparation of the wort, the liquid base of beer Mashing converts starches to sugars by mixing malted barley with hot water
The process in which cereals are mixed with water and incubated in order to degrade their complex carbohydrates (e g , starch) to more readily usable forms such as simple sugars (See 982)
The process by which barley malt is mixed with water and cooked to turn soluble starch into fermentable sugar Other cereal grains, such as corn and rice, may also be added After mashing in a mash tun, the mash is filtered through a lauter tun, where upon it becomes known as wort
The process of enzymatically extracting and converting malt solubles to wort Mashing involves combining crushed malt grain and water at various temperatures to induce enzymatic activities
Mashing is the process of mixing crushed malts (and possibly grain adjuncts as well) with water, and holding the mixture at specific temperatures for specific periods of time During mashing, enzymes which are naturally present in the malt convert the grain starches into sugars, which are in turn fermentable by brewers yeast
Process whereby grist is soaked in water at 65°C for about two hours to release the sugar into solution
sour mash
any whiskey distilled from sour mash a mash with optimum acidity for yeast fermentation; a mixture of old and new mash; used in distilling some whiskeys