mince

listen to the pronunciation of mince
Englisch - Türkisch
kıyma

Satıcı kıyma makinesinin nasıl kullanılacağını gösterdi. - The salesman demonstrated how to use the mincer.

{i} kıyma [brit.]
kıyılmış et
(eti) kıymak
ufaltmak
ince ince doğramak
(Gıda) eti kıymak
kırıtmak
kıymak
doğramak
çapmak
yapmacık nezaketle konuşmak
{f} doğra
{i} doğranmış et
{f} kıy

Satıcı kıyma makinesinin nasıl kullanılacağını gösterdi. - The salesman demonstrated how to use the mincer.

mince pie üzümlü ve baharlı elma ile yapılmış tart
küçük veya ehemmiyetsiz göstermek
(isim) kıyma [brit.]
{f} önemsiz göstermek
i., İng. kıyma, kıyılmış et. f
ufak adımlarla kırıta kırıta yürümek. without mincing words/matters dobra
vakarlı eda takınarak kısa adımlarla dimdik yürümek
nezaketle konuşmak
{f} ince doğramak
mince words
ağzında gevelemek
mince pie
börek
mince pie
üzümlü tart
mince meat
kıyma
mince matters
açık konuşmamak
mince matters
kibarca söylemek
mince matters
bir şeyleri yumuşatmak
mince meat
et kıymak
mince pie
üzümlü ve elmalı tart
mince words
(deyim) mince (one's) words kacamakli konusmak,dolambacli konusmak
minced
doğranmış
mincing
kıyıcı
mincing
doğrama
mincing
doğrayarak
minced
{f} doğra
mincing
{f} doğra
mincing
nazlı
mincing
yapmacık tavırlı
mincing
{i} edalı
mincing
işveli
not to mince one's words
açık konuşmak
not to mince one's words
sözünü esirgememek
MiNC
minci
not mince so.'s words
kıyma o kadar. 'sözleri
not to mince words
kelimeler kıyma değil
minced
kıyılmış
mincer
i., İng. kıyma makinesi
mincer
kıyma makine

Satıcı kıyma makinesinin nasıl kullanılacağını gösterdi. - The salesman demonstrated how to use the mincer.

mincing
{i} kıyma
mincing
{s} kırıtkan
mincing
{s} çıtkırıldım
mincing
{i} kıyım
mincingly
yumuşak bir şekilde
parsley or mince
sigaraböreği
Englisch - Englisch
Finely chopped mixed fruit used in Christmas pies; mincemeat

During Christmas time my dad loves to eat mince pies.

To affect; to make a parade of
To hedge one's expression of opinion; a passive tactic akin to an element of 'diplomacy'Cisum.ili.dilm 13: 19, 16 October 2010 (UTC)
To act or talk with affected nicety; to affect delicacy in manner

I love going to gay bars and seeing drag queens mince around on stage.

A short, precise step
To suppress or weaken the force of; to extenuate; to palliate; to tell by degrees, instead of directly and frankly; to clip, as words or expressions; to utter half and keep back half of

I know no ways to mince it in love, but directly to say — I love you. — Shakespeare.

To cut into very small pieces; to chop fine

Butchers often use machines to mince meat.

An affected manner
To walk with short steps; to walk in a prim, affected manner

I'll turn two mincing steps into a manly stride. — Shakespeare.

Finely chopped meat

Mince tastes really good fried in a pan with some chopped onion and tomato.

{n} meat cut small and heated, a hash
{v} to cut very small, clip, lessen, palliate
food chopped into small bits; "a mince of mushrooms"
To chop food into very small uneven pieces Used often for garlic or fresh herbs Mix To beat or stir foods together until they are incorporated
When a recipe asks you to mince an item, it wants you to cut it into very fine pieces, smaller than chopped food
To cut or chop into very fine pieces
walk daintily; "She minced down the street"
To chop into very fine pieces
To cut into very small pieces; to chop fine; to hash; as, to mince meat
Mince is meat which has been cut into very small pieces using a machine. Brown the mince in a frying pan
When you mince something, you chop into very fine particles This can be done with a mincer or knife
To cut of chop food into very small pieces, using a knife, blender or food processor
Cut into very small pieces, smaller than chop but not crushed
{i} something that is finely chopped (especially food) mincemeat, ground meat (British)
disapproval If you say that someone, especially a homosexual man, minces somewhere, you mean that they walk there with quick small steps. They minced in, in beach costumes and make-up
cut into small pieces; "mince the garlic"
make less severe or harsh; "He moderated his tone when the students burst out in tears"
To cut or chop into very small pieces
To cut in tiny pieces, usually with a knife
To cut or chop food into very fine pieces, smaller than chopped food, no larger than 1/8 inch square See Hash
To chop food into small pieces, usually 1/8-inch or less
{f} grind, finely chop, make mincemeat; speak with restraint or hesitancy; speak or behave with exaggerated courtesy, walk daintily
Finely chopped mixed fruit used in Christmas pies
food chopped into small bits; "a mince of mushrooms" make less severe or harsh; "He moderated his tone when the students burst out in tears" cut into small pieces; "mince the garlic" walk daintily; "She minced down the street
To cut food into very tiny pieces Minced food is cut into smaller, finer pieces than diced food
walk daintily; "She minced down the street
To chop into fine pieces, much finer than chopping
If you mince food such as meat, you put it into a machine which cuts it into very small pieces. Perhaps I'll buy lean meat and mince it myself. minced beef
to cut food into very fine pieces
A short, precise step; an affected manner
To cut food, especially meat, into very small pieces using a special machine
To cut food into very small pieces Minced food is in smaller pieces than chopped food
If you say that someone does not mince their words, you mean that they speak in a forceful and direct way, especially when saying something unpleasant to someone. The doctors didn't mince their words, and predicted the worst. meat, especially beef, that has been cut into very small pieces using a special machine American Equivalent: ground beef
mince pie
A pie, traditionally served around Christmas time, having a filling of mincemeat (in the sweet sense) and sometimes also containing alcohol or other ingredients
mince pie
Eye, usually in the plural form

Gorblimey, guvnor, I couldn't believe me mince pies!.

mince pies
eyes
mince pies
plural form of mince pie
mince words
To restrain oneself in a conversation by withholding some comments or using euphemisms

The detective did not mince words. It's plain that you're a boob, he said.

mince matters
say gently, say something in a soft manner, soften things
mince pie
Mince pies are small pies containing a sticky mixture of small pieces of dried fruit. Mince pies are usually eaten at Christmas. a pie filled with mincemeat, especially one that people eat at Christmas
mince pie
A pie made of mince-meat
mince pie
pie containing mincemeat
mince words
say gently, say something in a soft manner, soften things
mince-pie
baked pie made from chopped meat and spices
minced
Simple past tense and past participle of mince
mincer
A kitchen utensil used for mincing meat, etc
mincer
Someone who minces
mincer
a homosexual
mincingly
In a mincing way; affectedly, with excessive delicacy
mincingly
{a} in small parts not full, darkly
beef mince
Ground beef, beef mince or hamburger meat, is a ground meat product, made of beef finely chopped by a meat grinder. In North America it is commonly called Hamburger. It is called mince or mince(d) meat outside North America, but can then also include pork
minced
Ground or chopped fine Top of glossary N
minced
Ground or chopped fine
minced
ground
minced
finely chopped
minced
past of mince
mincer
A mincer is a machine which cuts meat into very small pieces by forcing it through very small holes
mincer
a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small pieces
mincer
A kitchen utensil used for mincing meat etc
mincer
One who minces
mincer
{i} that which grinds or minces; meat grinder
minces
plural of mince
minces
third-person singular of mince
mincing
affectedly dainty or refined
mincing
{i} act of grinding or fine chopping; preparation of mincemeat; hesitant or restrained speech; speech or behavior that is affected or unnaturally courteous; walking with dainty steps
mincing
That minces; characterized by primness or affected nicety
mincingly
in the manner of acting elegantly, in an affectedly dainty way
mincingly
In a mincing manner; not fully; with affected nicety
mincingly
in a mincing manner; "she stepped mincingly over the puddles
not mince matters
speak frankly, speak about the important issue
mince
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