oiled

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Englisch - Türkisch
yağlı
sarhoş/yağlı
{s} çakırkeyif
{s} sarhoş
oil
yağ

4. Susam yağını wokta ısıtın ve tereyağını eritin. - 4. Heat the sesame oil in the wok and melt the butter.

Bana içinde yağ olan metal kovayı ver. - Give me the metal bucket with the oil in it.

oiled linen
(Tekstil) yağlı keten
oiled silk
(Tekstil) yağli ipek
oil
yağcılık yapma
oil
{f} yağla

Çoğu kişi yağla yemek pişirmek yerine tereyağıyla yemek pişirmeyi tercih eder. - Many people prefer to cook with butter instead of oil.

Onları nerede yağladın? - Where did you oil them?

oil
(Tıp) a) Yağ, sıvı; b) Petrol, oleum
oil
küspe
oil
zeytinyağı

Salata; zeytinyağı, kızarmış ekmek parçaları ve fındık olmadan eksiktir. - The salad is incomplete without olive oil, croutons and nuts.

O, kirpiklerine niçin zeytinyağı uyguluyor? - Why does she apply olive oil on her lashes?

get well oiled
sarhoş olmak
oil
(Bilgisayar) yakıt

Bu motor en çok yakıtı tüketiyor. - This engine consumes the most oil.

Evi yalıttığımızdan beri kalorifer yakıtında çok tasarruf yaptık. - Since we insulated the house we've saved a lot on heating oil.

oil
pohpohlamak
well-oiled machine
tıkır tıkır sorunsuz çalışan makine
oil
yağ sürmek
oil
petrol

Jeologlar çiftliğimizde petrol için araştırma yaptılar. - The geologists explored for oil on our farm.

Tom'un şirketi petrol için sondaj yapıyor. - Tom's company is drilling for oil.

oil
{f} yağ çekmek
oil
yağlıboya

Karakalem çizimi yağlıboyadan daha kolay, ama ikisi de düşündüğümden daha zor. - Charcoal drawing is easier than oil painting, but both are harder than I thought.

oil
yağcılık yapmak
oil
yağlamak
oil
gaz

Güneydoğu kömür, ham petrol ve doğal gaz ile ilgili önemli bir enerji üreticisidir. - The Southeast is a major energy producer of coal, crude oil, and natural gas.

Hidroelektrik yenilenebilir bir kaynaktır ama petrol, kömür ve doğal gaz değil. - Hydropower is a renewable resource, but oil, coal and natural gas are not.

oil
sıvı yağ
oil
{i} yağ, sıvıyağ: olive oil zeytinyağı. corn oil mısıryağı
oil
oil cake keten veya pamuk tohumunun posası
oil
{i} yağ,yağ
oil
yağ gibi şey
oil
oil field petrol sahası
oil
oil color yağlıboya
oil
oil lamp yağ lambası
oil
oil pan yağ deposu
oil
kandil
oil
köftün
well oiled
kafası iyi
well oiled
tıkır tıkır çalışan
well oiled
küfelik
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von oiled im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

oil
Fransa'nın kuzey yarısında konuşulan Roman dili lehçeleri
oil
Eskiden Fransa'nın kuzeyinde konuşulan lehçe
Englisch - Englisch
drunk. Usually in conjunction with well
Simple past and past participle of oil
Of a machine, supplied with oil so as to allow smooth operation
treated with oil; "oiled country roads"; "an oiled walnut table"
Covered or treated with oil; dressed with, or soaked in, oil
Something that is oiled has had oil put into or onto it, for example to make it work smoothly or to protect it. Oiled wood is water-resistant and won't flake. see also well-oiled. covered with a layer of oil
{s} treated with oil, spread with oil; drunk (Slang)
treated with oil; "oiled country roads"; "an oiled walnut table
oil
An oil painting

Yet, in another way, I was unable to put Picasso's oils in the same class as Cezanne's, or even (which will no doubt shock many readers) as Renoir's.

oil
to grease with oil for cooking
oil
Liquid fat
well-oiled machine
Something that operates capably through the effective coordination of many parts

The writer is never enthusiastic and rarely Imaginative. His lines flow with the smoothness of a well-oiled machine.

well-oiled machines
plural form of well-oiled machine
oil
{n} the juce of olive any thing unctuous
oil
{v} to smear, anoint or soften with oil
oil
If someone or something oils the wheels of a process or system, they help things to run smoothly and successfully. On all such occasions, the king stands in the wings, oiling the wheels of diplomacy
oil
Oil is a smooth, thick liquid that is used as a fuel and for making the parts of machines move smoothly. Oil is found underground. The company buys and sells about 600,000 barrels of oil a day. the rapid rise in prices for oil and petrol. a small oil lamp
oil
The purified and concentrated resin from hashish or marijuana
oil
{f} spread with oil; grease, lubricate
oil
flammable substance, usually soluble in water, and composed chiefly of carbon and hydrogen Oils may be solids (fats and waxes) or liquids The three main types are: essential oils, obtained from plants; fixed oils, obtained from animals and plants; and mineral oils, obtained chiefly from the refining of petroleum
oil
any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
oil
To strike oil To make a happy hit or valuable discovery The phrase refers to hitting upon or discovering a bed of petroleum or mineral oil
oil
Oil is a smooth, thick liquid, often with a pleasant smell, that you rub into your skin or add to your bath. Try a hot bath with some relaxing bath oil
oil
By extension, any substance of an oily consistency; as, oil of vitriol
oil
oil paint used by an artist a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface
oil
When an artist paints in oils, he or she uses oil paints. When she paints in oils she always uses the same range of colours. see also castor oil, crude oil, olive oil
oil
Oil is a smooth, thick liquid made from plants and is often used for cooking. Combine the beans, chopped mint and olive oil in a large bowl
oil
To smear or rub over with oil; to lubricate with oil; to anoint with oil
oil
{i} greasy liquid (derived from animal, vegetable, and mineral substances) that does not mix with water and is used for many purposes (i.e. food, fuel, lubrication, etc.); petroleum
oil
A substance extracted from soybean composed primarily of triglycerides of fatty acids It is a liquid at room temperatures
oil
Any one of a great variety of unctuous combustible substances, not miscible with water; as, olive oil, whale oil, rock oil, etc
oil
Liquid triester of glycerol and unsaturated fatty acids
oil
a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
oil
A mixture of liquid hydrocarbons of different molecular weights
oil
(Otomotiv) A substance that lubricates and cools the moving parts of the engine and reduces the formation of rust and corrosion. Oil comes in varying weights suitable for efficient operation in cold and hot weather and for engines in varying states of wear
oil
The purified and concentrated resin from hashish or marijuana OZ: An ounce of pot
oil
Oils are oil paintings. Her colourful oils and works on paper have a naive, dreamlike quality
oil
Hydrocarbon based liquid commonly found in the pores of sedimentary rocks of marine origin
oil
cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface"
oil
administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
oil
Petroleum-based liquid used as fuel or lubricant
oil
Oil is a mixture of hydrocarbon fractions, C2 to C14 aliphatic chains and a small amount of aromatic compounds
oil
defined under several statutes including the Clean Water Act (CWA) and the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA) As a result, overlapping regulatory interpretations exist For this reason, the U S EPA and the U S Coast Guard are currently developing a nationally consistent program policy and methodology for facilities to determine whether a given substance is considered an oil under the existing CWA Under the CWA, the definition of oil includes oil of any kind and any form, such as petroleum and nonpetroleum oils Generally, oils fall into the following categories: crude oil and refined petroleum products, edible animal and vegetable oil, other oils of animal or vegetable origin, and other nonpetroleum oils
oil
a mixture of hydrocarbons formed by the deposition of dead plant, animal, and marine microorganism matter in or near marine sedentary basins
oil
the mechanic systems run on oil to smear the gears The Stafsferja has an advanced method to spread the oil in the systems
oil
Ontology Inference Layer or Ontology Interchange Language - a standard for specifying and exchanging ontologies [source] A web-based representation and inference layer for ontologies [source] See also DAML+OIL
oil
In food processing a natural or processed edible fat which is normally liquid under existing climatic or storage conditions
oil
One of three kinds of substances: (1) mineral oils, such as crude oil from petroleum, which are mixtures of hydrocarbons; (2) animal and vegetable oils, such as corn oil, which are mixtures of triglycerides; and (3) essential oils or perfumes from plants
oil
to lubricate with oil
oil
Applied after pickling or temper rolling to assist customer handling by minimizing inter-wrap gouging, improve lubricity and provide a more rust resistant product
oil
If you oil something, you put oil onto or into it, for example to make it work smoothly or to protect it. A crew of assistants oiled and adjusted the release mechanism until it worked perfectly
oil
When relating to a liquid-filled transformer, refers to mineral oil
oil
Thick viscous substance poured by sailors on troubled waters in former times, but now more frequently on troubled beaches, troubled marshes and troubled seabirds
oil
A liquid fuel found deep in the earth Gasoline and some plastics are made from oil
oil
Crude petroleum oil and other hydrocarbons regardless of gravity which are produced at the wellhead in liquid form and the liquid hydrocarbons known as distillate or condensate recovered or extracted from gas
oil
oil paint used by an artist
oil
a liquid fat
oil
to burn the midnight oil: see midnight. Any greasy substance liquid at room temperature and insoluble in water. It may be a fixed (nonvolatile) oil, an essential oil, or a mineral oil (see petroleum). Fixed oils and fats (derived from animals and plants) have the same chemical composition both are esters of glycerol and fatty acids. These oils have a variety of industrial and food uses. Linseed, tung, and other drying oils are highly unsaturated (see saturation); these and large quantities of soybean, sunflower, and safflower oils (also constituents of foods) are used in paints and varnishes. When exposed to air they absorb oxygen and polymerize (see polymerization), forming a tough coating. Some specialty oils and oil derivatives are also used in leather dressing and textile manufacture. Arabian American Oil Company crude oil castor oil plant cod liver oil essential oil Gulf Oil Corp. Millikan oil drop experiment oil painting oil seal oil shale shale oil Standard Oil Company and Trust oil of vitriol Anglo Persian Oil Co. Ltd
oil
They are of animal, vegetable, or mineral origin and of varied composition, and they are variously used for food, for solvents, for anointing, lubrication, illumination, etc
oil
any petroleum in any form including crude oil, fuel oil, sludge, oil refuse, and refined products (other than petrochemicals)
oil
a black, sticky substance used to produce fuel (petroleum) and materials (plastics)
oil
A greasy, unctuous liquid of vegetable, animal, mineral or synthetic origin
oil
A substance that lubricates and cools the moving parts of the engine and reduces the formation of rust and corrosion Oil comes in varying weights suitable for efficient operation in cold and hot weather and for engines in varying states of wear
well-oiled
{s} functioning without problems or difficulty; (Slang) drunk
well-oiled
Journalists sometimes refer to a system or organization that is operating very efficiently as a well-oiled machine. a well-oiled publicity machine. a well-oiled machine an organization or system that works very well
oiled
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