melon

listen to the pronunciation of melon
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kavun

Kız kardeşim kavun sever ve ben de. - My sister likes melons and so do I.

Kavunun yarısı yendi. - Half of the melon was eaten.

karpuz

Mary karpuzları kavunlardan daha fazla sever. - Mary likes watermelons more than melons.

bostan
{i} kazanç
{i} kâr

Kız kardeşim kavun sever ve ben de. - My sister likes melons and so do I.

Mary karpuzları kavunlardan daha fazla sever. - Mary likes watermelons more than melons.

{i} argo havadan gelen kâr
havadan gelen kâr
cut the melon karı paylaşmak
kavu
kavum
melon tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) papaya
melon baller
kavun Baller
musk melon
(Gıda) şamama
sweet melon
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kavun
casaba melon
kavun
honeydew melon
kavun
winter melon
kış kavunu
bitter melon
Acı kavun
musk melon
misk kavun
persian melon
fars kavun
stem of a melon
karpuz gövdesi
water melon
Karpuz
casaba melon
kış kavunu
cut the melon
kârı paylaşmak
cut the melon
argo kârı paylaşmak
honeydew melon
tatlı ve sulu kavun
Türkisch - Türkisch
Yuvarlak ve bombeli bir şapka türü
Yuvarlak ve bombeli (şapka)
Yuvarlak ve bombeli (şapka): "Şimdilerde kimsenin giymediği melon bir şapka, boynunda yün atkısı olan bir adam..."- M. Ş. Esendal
Englisch - Englisch
Any of various fruits of the family Cucurbitaceae grown for food, generally not including the cucumber
Breasts
Of a light pinkish orange colour, like that of melon flesh
The head
A light pinkish orange colour, like that of some melon flesh

melon colour:.

{n} the name of fine delicious fruit
any of various fruit of cucurbitaceous vines including: muskmelons; watermelons; cantaloupes; cucumbers
Large fruit of trailing plants, having a hard rind and juicy flesh as well as seeds in the middle Different varieties include the Cantaloupe and the Honeydew
A large, ornamental, marine, univalve shell of the genus Melo
Head As in, "Use your melon!"
There are three kinds of melons (aside from watermelon, a different species entirely) Small melons with ridged skin, such as the charentais, more common in Europe; and those with a meshed rind, such as cantaloupe; and those with a smooth rind, like the honeydew Keys to ripeness: First smell it; an appetizing smell is a good sign Next, shake it; loose seeds are a decent indication of ripeness Finally, squeeze the ends, especially the one opposite the stem; it should be fairly tender, almost soft
The fruit of any of various cucurbitaceous plants such as muskmelon or watermelon Johnson ordered seeds of all kinds, some from Niagara Phillip Miller's GARDENER'S KALENDAR, in a list of 18th Century vegetables, calendared "Green fleshed & netted wrought melons Delicious Canteleupe Keep varieties apart The Diarkehr the best; Portugal melon "
The juicy fruit of certain cucurbitaceous plants, as the muskmelon, watermelon, and citron melon; also, the plant that produces the fruit
A melon is a large fruit which is sweet and juicy inside and has a hard green or yellow skin. Any of the seven groups of Cucumis melo, a trailing vine grown for its edible, sweet, musky-scented fruit. Members of the horticulturally diverse gourd family, melons are frost-tender annuals native to central Asia but widely grown in many cultivated varieties in warm regions worldwide. They have soft, hairy, trailing stems, large round to lobed leaves, yellow flowers, and large flat seeds. The fruits of the numerous cultivated varieties differ greatly in size, shape, surface texture, flesh colour, flavour, and weight. Examples include cantaloupe, honeydew, and casaba. Plants resembling true melons include the watermelon, the Chinese watermelon, the melon tree (see papaya), and the melon shrub, or pear melon (Solanum muricatum)
A light pinkish orange colour, like that of melon flesh
{i} fruit of any gourd-like plants with soft sweet flesh and a hard smooth rind
Family of fruits All have a thick, hard, inedible rind, sweet meat, and lots of seeds Common examples: watermelon, cantaloupe
any of numerous fruits of the gourd family having a hard rind and sweet juicy flesh any of various fruit of cucurbitaceous vines including: muskmelons; watermelons; cantaloupes; cucumbers
a type of fruit
The Mahometans say that the eating of a melon produces a thousand good works So named from Melos Etre un melon To be stupid or dull of comprehension The melon-pumpkin or squash is soft and without heart, hence “être un melon” is to be as soft as a squash So also “avoir un &cocur; de melon (or de citrouille)” means to have no heart at all Tertullian says of Marcion, the heresiarch, “he has a pumpkin [peponem ] in the place of a heart [cordis loco ] ” It will be remembered that Thersites, the railer, calls the Greeks “pumpkins” (pepones)
any of numerous fruits of the gourd family having a hard rind and sweet juicy flesh
melon ball scooper
A kind of scooper or spoon with small hemispherical head which is useful for scooping round pieces of melon, watermelon, etc
melon ball scoopers
plural form of melon ball scooper
melon baller
A small tool used to cut round sections of melons and other soft fruits
melon head
A melon-headed whale
melon head
A dimwit, a fool

Why should I shake his hand? He called me a melon head. - , 1992.

melon-headed
Having a head in the shape of a melon
melon-headed
dimwitted, foolish
melon ball
a bite of melon cut as a sphere
melon dome
A hemispherical dome having a circular plan and a ribbed vault. Also called parachute dome, umbrella dome
bitter melon
a plant, Momordica charantia, which produces a bitter, though edible, fruit
bitter melon
the fruit of the bitter melon
fuzzy melon
A green, fuzzy melon fruit taken from this vine that has sweet white flesh
fuzzy melon
A vine of the genus Benincasa cultivated throughout Asia
honeydew melon
a melon with sweet green flesh and a smooth greenish-white rind
melons
breasts
melons
plural form of melon
winter melon
A vine of the genus Benincasa cultivated throughout Asia
winter melon
A green, fuzzy melon fruit taken from this vine that has sweet white flesh
bitter melon
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A tropical, Old World, tendril-bearing annual vine (Momordica charantia) having yellow flowers and orange, warty fruits that open at maturity to expose red-coated seeds
horned melon
(Gıda) The horned melon, also called melano, African horned cucumber or melon, jelly melon, hedged gourd, English tomato, or kiwano, is a vine of African origin, grown for its fruit, which looks like an oval melon with horns, and is very decorative. Native only to the region of the Kalahari desert, it is now grown in California and New Zealand
Crenshaw melon
variety of melon with a smooth yellow skin and pinkish flesh
Persian melon
A variety of melon (Cucumis melo) having a strongly netted, unridged rind and musky, orange-colored flesh
bitter melon
The fruit of a tropical climbing herb in Africa and Asia It is similar to a cucumber and is used as a vegetable in meat dishes, fish dishes, and in soups Also called "Balsam pear" or "bitter gourd "
bitter melon
Also known as "foo-gwa"
bitter melon
Also known as Balsam Pear, this is a very strange looking gourd, shaped something like a cucumber with a rough, pockmarked skin The flavor is unusual as well - like cilantro, it's an acquired taste Fortunately, blanching it before cooking will help reduce the bitter taste (You can also degorge them as you would with eggplant) In addition, you'll often find bitter melon paired with strong flavors such as black beans, which counteracts the bitterness In one well-known Chinese recipe bitter melon is stuffed with pork, garlic, and mashed black beans, and steamed Bitter melon has long been thought to have medicinal value, and has been used to treat low blood sugar and infections More recently it has been used to treat HIV
bitter melon
a plant with a long tradition of medicinal use in Asia The plant is a source of MAP 30, a protein that shows anti-HIV activity in vitro
honeydew melon
n. A kind of melon (Cucumis melo) having a smooth whitish rind and green flesh. Also called winter melon
honeydew melon
any of a variety of muskmelon vines having fruit with a smooth white rind and white or greenish flesh that does not have a musky smell
honeydew melon
the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large smooth-skinned greenish-white melon with pale green flesh
melons
plural of melon
net melon
the fruit of a variety of muskmelon vine; a melon with netlike markings and deep green flesh
net melon
a muskmelon vine with fruit that has a thin reticulated rind and sweet green flesh
net melon
the fruit of a variety of muskmelon vine; a melon with netlike markings and deep green flesh a muskmelon vine with fruit that has a thin reticulated rind and sweet green flesh
persian melon
the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large green melon with orange flesh
sweet melon
any of several varieties of vine whose fruit has a netted rind and edible flesh and a musky smell
winter melon
the fruit of the winter melon vine; a green melon with pale green to orange flesh that keeps well any of a variety of muskmelon vines having fruit with a smooth white rind and white or greenish flesh that does not have a musky smell
Türkisch - Englisch
bowler hat

There is a bowler hat on the table. - Masanın üzerinde melon bir şapka var.

bowler

There is a bowler hat on the table. - Masanın üzerinde melon bir şapka var.

derby
(şapka) derby, derby hat, Brit. bowler
bowler, bowler hat, derby
melon şapka
derby hat
melon şapka
bowler hat
melon şapka
hard hat
melon şapka
billycock
melon şapka
Derby
melon

    Silbentrennung

    mel·on

    Türkische aussprache

    melın

    Aussprache

    /ˈmelən/ /ˈmɛlən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'me-l&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Old French melon, from Medieval Latin melonem, from Latin melopeponem (“type of pumpkin”), from Ancient Greek μηλοπέπων (mēlopepōn), from μῆλον (mēlon, “apple”) + πέπων (pepōn, “ripe”).

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