peel

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} soymak

Reçel için tam bir kova elmayı soymak zorundayım. - I have to peel a whole bucket of apples for a jam.

Tom cep bıçağı ile elmayı soymakta sorun yaşadı. - Tom had trouble peeling the apple with his pocket knife.

{f} kabuğunu soymak
{i} kabuk
(Gıda) soymak meyve
ağaç kabuğu
(Gıda) patates vs kabuğunu soymak
meyve kabuğu
sebze kabuğu
soyuntu
soymak (meyveyi/sebzeyi)
(Gıda) soyulmuş kabuk
(kabuğu/derisi) soyulmak
pullanmak
pul pul dökülmek
soyulmak
kabuğunu çıkarmak
{f} soy

Kerevizi ve patatesleri soyuyorum. - I'm peeling the celery and the potatoes.

Tom patatesleri soydu. - Tom peeled the potatoes.

(meyve/sebze/vb.) kabuk
{i} meyva  kabuğu
fırıncı kureği
{i} fırıncı küreği
{f} (meyvenin/sebzenin) kabuğunu soymak, (meyveyi/sebzeyi) soymak
{f} (karidesin) kabuğunu çıkarmak
{i} fırın küreği
{f} dökülmek (deri)
{f} ağacın kabuğu, insanın derisi, boya
kürek palasu
{i} meyva kabuğu
{f} soyunmak
ingiltere ile iskoçya arasındaki sınırda bulunan kare şeklinde eski kule
orange peel
portakal kabuğu
peel ply
Soyma kumaşı
peel off
kabuğunu soy
peel off
(Askeri) pilof
peel off
sıyırmak
peel off
inişe geçmek
peel a cap
(deyim) Birisini silahla kafasından vurmak

I'm gonna peel a nigga cap.

peel off
kabuğunu soy(mak)
peel oranges
kabuğu portakal
peel out
soymak dışarı
peel so.'s eyes
soyma öyle. gözleri
peel-of
soymak-in
peel off
{f} kabuğunu soymak
peel off
{f} dökülmek (deri)
peel off
{f} soyulmak
peel off
(Askeri) YARIM TONO İLE AYRILMA: Bir uçuş düzeninden. dalışa geçmek için yarım tono yapma; sağa veya sola kademeli uçuş düzeninden inişe geçmek için ayrılma
peel off
(Fiili Deyim ) (ceket vs.) çıkarmak , soyunmak
peel off one's clothes
elbiselerini çıkarmak
peel off one's glove
eldivenini çıkarmak
peel off stocking
çorap çıkarmak
peel off with knife
bıçakla sıyırmak
peel or burn rubber
(Otomotiv) soyulmuş veya yanmış lastik
peel patato
patates soymak
peel shim
ince şim
peel test
(İnşaat) sıyrılma testi
orange peel oil
(Mantarbilim) Portakal kabuğu yağı
peeling
{i} kabuk döküntüsü
peeling
{i} peeling
peeling
{f} soy

Tom, daha kabuğunu soymadan portakalı yedi. - Tom ate the orange without peeling it first.

Kerevizi ve patatesleri soyuyorum. - I'm peeling the celery and the potatoes.

peeling
soyucu
peeling
sebze kabuğu (soyulmuş)
peeling
meyve kabuğu (soyulmuş)
peeling
kabuk soyma
peeling
pul pul kalkma
peeling
soyarak

Sami saatlerce durmadan patates soyarak babasının restoranında çalıştı. - Sami worked at his father's restaurant, peeling potatoes for hours on end.

peeling
{i} soyulmuş kabuk
peeling
{i} soyulma
peeling
pullanma
peeling
sıyırma
peeling
{i} (soyulmuş) meyve/sebze kabuğu: Throw those apple peelings out the window! O elma kabuklarını pencereden at!
peeling
{i} soyma

Tom, daha kabuğunu soymadan portakalı yedi. - Tom ate the orange without peeling it first.

Tom cep bıçağı ile elmayı soymakta sorun yaşadı. - Tom had trouble peeling the apple with his pocket knife.

peeling
{i} deri soyucu krem
peeling
{i} deri soyma işlemi (kozmetik)
peel off
(Dilbilim) soymak
peeled
(Argo) çırılçıplak
peeled
(Argo) anadan üryan
peeled
sıyrık
peeled
dımdızlak
peeled
(Argo) dal taşak
peeled
(Gıda) kabuğu soyulmuş
peeled
(Argo) anadan doğma çıplak
peeler
soyucu
peeler
soyma bıçağı
lemon peel
limon kabuğu
peeler
soyma makinesi
peeler
aynasız
peeler
polis
robert peel
robert soyma
(paint) peel
boya soyulmak
(plaster) peel off
alçısı dökülmek
(plaster) peel off
tavanın alçısı dökülmek
orange peel effect
pürüzlü yüzey
peel off
dökülmek
peeler
striptizci
peeler
{i} kabuk soyucu
peeler
{i} aynasız [brit.]
peeler
aynasız/soyucu
peeler
{i} polis [brit.]
peels
soyulmuş kabuk
salmon peel
som balığı yavrusu
Englisch - Englisch
To remove from the outer or top layer of

We peeled the old wallpaper off in strips where it was hanging loose.

A T-shaped implement used by printers and bookbinders for hanging wet sheets of paper on lines or poles to dry
To remove the skin or outer covering of

I sat by my sister's bed, peeling oranges for her.

A shovel or similar instrument, now especially a pole with a flat disc at the end used for removing loaves of bread from a baker's oven
A cosmetic preparation designed to remove dead skin or exfoliate
A stake
To send through a hoop (of a ball other than one's own)
A small tower, fort, or castle; a keep
To remove one's clothing

The children peeled by the side of the lake and jumped in.

An equal or match; a draw
To plunder; to pillage, rob
The action of peeling away from a formation
The skin or outer layer of a fruit, vegetable etc. (usually uncountable)
The blade of an oar
To become detached, come away, especially in flakes or strips; to shed skin in such a way

I had been out in the sun too long, and my nose was starting to peel.

Common misspelling of peal: to sound loudly

As the tiny Virgin... approaches one of the barrio churches, bells peel vigorously, a brass band launches into a fast-paced tune, and large rockets zoom... .

A fence made of stakes; a stockade
To move, separate (off or away)

The scrum-half peeled off and made for the touchlines.

A takeout which removes a stone from play as well as the delivered stone
{n} a rind, fireshovel, board used by bakers
{v} to take or scale off, slay, plunder, rob
A small tower used as a fortified house
A take out shot that removes a stone from play and the delivered stone also rolls out of play
to sound loudly
{f} remove skin, remove a rind, skin; shed skin; undress, disrobe, unclothe, strip
To strip or tear off; to remove by stripping, as the skin of an animal, the bark of a tree, etc
To remove ones clothing
A shovel or similar instrument, now especially a pole with a flat disc at the end used for removing loaves of bread from a bakers oven
British politician (1788-1850)
The skin or rind; as, the peel of an orange
A high-speed takeout shot that removes one or more stones from play and usually results in the shooter also going out of play
A swindle, con, or trick It's often used as a verb Peeling a tanar'ri is usually a bad idea
outer covering of a fruit or vegetable, as in: Where can I put my banana peel?
To send through a hoop (of a ball other than ones own)
Used as another term for snap-off More commonly it used as peel rate, which is the speed the screen mesh releases from the garment The heavier the viscosity of the ink, the slower the screen mesh will release from the garment If the screen mesh is not allowed adequate time to fully release or peel from the garment, print defects can occur
When a recipe asks you to peel an item, it wants you to cut off the outer covering, using a knife or vegetable peeler
– In sailing, this term describes a sail change in which a new sail (spinnaker or headsail) is hoisted while the old one is still working; once the new sail is up, the old is "peeled" away
a long handled broad shovel used for putting bread into an oven
To peel a fruit or vegetable, take off the outer layer with small, sharp knife or potato peeler
The peel of a fruit such as a lemon or an apple is its skin. grated lemon peel. You can also refer to a peel. a banana peel
When you peel fruit or vegetables, you remove their skins. She sat down in the kitchen and began peeling potatoes
Free removal of burnt molding sand from casting
If you are peeling or if your skin is peeling, small pieces of skin are coming off, usually because you have been burned by the sun. His face, at the moment, was peeling from sunburn. British politician. As home secretary (1822-1827 and 1828-1830) he established the London police force (1829) and helped pass the Catholic Emancipation Act (1829). He later served as prime minister (1834-1835 and 1841-1846). A fortified house or tower of a kind constructed in the borderland of Scotland and England in the 16th century
get undressed; "please don't undress in front of everybody!"; "She strips in front of strangers every night for a living"
the rind of a fruit or vegetable British politician (1788-1850)
strip the skin off; "pare apples"
A hard takeout designed to remove guards
To plunder; to pillage; to rob
the tissue forming the hard outer layer (of e g a fruit)
The skin or outer layer of a fruit, vegetable etc
Strip off the outer covering
Tool resembling a long-handled spade, used to take loaves out of the oven
If you peel off something that has been sticking to a surface or if it peels off, it comes away from the surface. One of the kids was peeling plaster off the wall It took me two days to peel off the labels Paint was peeling off the walls The wallpaper was peeling away close to the ceiling. an unrenovated bungalow with slightly peeling blue paint
To strip off the skin, bark, or rind of; to strip by drawing or tearing off the skin, bark, husks, etc
Peeling off of an event is when you involuntarily let go On uneven bars or high bar peeling is usually followed by a short uncontrolled flight On rings peeling is usually followed by an almost immediate impact with the ground Peeling is almost entirely preventable by proper hand and body positions, and equipment review (including grips)
To remove the rind or skin from a fruit or vegetable using a knife or vegetable peeler p> Pinch: a measure of dry ingredients that is normally the amount that can be held between the thumb and forefinger, usually much less than 1/8 teaspoon
If a surface is peeling, the paint on it is coming away. Its once-elegant white pillars are peeling
To remove the outside covering of food with a the sharp edge of a knife or peeler or by pulling off
the rind of a fruit or vegetable
to flay; to decorticate; as, to peel an orange
To strip, cut off, or pull away skin or rind
Take off outer covering (ie oranges)
To lose the skin, bark, or rind; to come off, as the skin, bark, or rind does; often used with an adverb; as, the bark peels easily or readily
{i} outer skin of fruit or vegetable, rind; scale, flake
the skin that covers the outside of a fruit or vegetable
A spadelike implement, variously used, as for removing loaves of bread from a baker's oven; also, a T-shaped implement used by printers and bookbinders for hanging wet sheets of paper on lines or poles to dry
come off in flakes or thin small pieces; "The paint in my house is peeling off"
Also, the blade of an oar
A manoeuvre in which a ball, other than the one which is struck, is made to run its hoop
A small tower; typically, a fortified house on the border
peel me a grape
A sarcastic retort after a trivial request
peel off
To remove (an outer layer or covering, such as clothing)
peel off
To separate off from the main body, to move off to one side; as in troop movements on a parade ground or an organized retreat, or columns in a procession
peel out
To start abruptly from a standing stop, accelerating rapidly, especially so as to produce skid marks
peel strength
The average load per unit width required to separate a flexible member from a rigid member or another flexible member
peel a cap
(deyim) Fire a gun, especially to shoot someone in the head
peel of
Leave, take leave, quit
peel out
(deyim) Leave quickly
Peel River
A river, about 644 km (400 mi) long, of northern Yukon Territory and western Northwest Territories, Canada, flowing east and north to the Mackenzie River. River, northwestern Canada. It rises in western Yukon Territory and flows east and then north into the Mackenzie River in the Northwest Territories, near Fort McPherson, a fur-trading post. It is 425 mi (684 km) long. Its upper course through Peel Plateau is characterized by canyons as deep as 1,000 ft (300 m). Its lower valley consists primarily of nature preserves and game sanctuaries
peel of
informal: leave
peel off
peel off the outer layer of something
peel off
come off in flakes or thin small pieces; "The paint in my house is peeling off"
peel off
If you peel off a tight piece of clothing, you take it off, especially by turning it inside out. She peeled off her gloves
peel off
leave a formation
peel off
peel off the outer layer of something leave a formation
peel off
From an applicable 2 x 2 (usually a Mini-Wave Box or Tandem Couples) or a "Z" As one movement, Leaders flip 180° away from the center of the 4-dancer formation and step forward if necessary as the Trailers step forward if necessary and U-Turn Back by turning away from the center of the 4-dancer formation A Non-T-Bone starting formation always ends in a Line
peel off
Starting formation -one couple following another, box circulate or Z formation TIMING - 4
peel off
peel off in scales; "dry skin desquamates"
peel off
Starting formation - one couple following another, box circulate or Z formation Each lead dancer turns away from the center of the starting formation, walks in a semi-circle and steps forward to become an end dancer of the new line Meanwhile, each trailing dancer steps forward and does a U turn back, turning away from the center of the starting formation to become the center dancer of the new line
peel off
take off, as with some difficulty; "He peeled off his blood-soaked shirt"
peel off
{f} remove the outer layer of something; remove, take off (as of clothing); come off in small pieces; fall off in flakes (of skin); depart; break off from a group of airplanes flying in formation
chemical peel
the application of a mild caustic substance to the skin in order to remove blemishes
orange peel
The skin of an orange, including the pith
orange peel
An uneven surface resembling orange peel, especially cellulite or an imperfect finish on a spray-painted object such as a car
peeled
Simple past tense and past participle of peel
peeled
With the outermost layer removed

He stir the campfire stew with a peeled stick, so the bark wouldn't get in it.

peeler
A woman (or less commonly a man) who removes her clothing for entertainment. A stripper
peeler
A police officer
peeling
{i} stripping off of a peel or rind; peeled-off piece of fruit or vegetable (such as potato skin); act of a thing that peels, act of a person who peels; loss of epidermis, stripping off of the outermost layer of skin (Medicine); cosmetic method of removing dead skin cells from the body and face, exfoliation, cosmetic method of removal of the epidermis
peeler
{n} one that strips off or slays, a robber
Robert Peel
a British Conservative politician who established the first official British police force and introduced freedoms for Roman Catholics. He was prime minister from 1834 to 1835 and 1841 to 1846 (1788-1850)
Sir Robert 2nd Baronet Peel
born Feb. 5, 1788, Bury, Lancashire, Eng. died July 2, 1850, London British prime minister (1834-35, 1841-46) and principal founder of the Conservative Party. A member of Parliament from 1809, Peel served as chief secretary for Ireland (1812-18) and resisted efforts to admit Catholics to Parliament. As home secretary (1822-27, 1828-30), he reorganized England's criminal code. He established London's first disciplined police force, whose members were nicknamed after him "bobbies" or "peelers." After a brief first term as prime minister, Peel led the newly formed Conservative Party to a strong victory in the 1841 elections and became prime minister again. He imposed an income tax, reorganized the Bank of England, and initiated reforms in Ireland. Favouring reduced tariffs on imports, he repealed the Corn Laws, which caused his government to fall, but he continued to support free-trade principles in Parliament. He was the chief architect of the mid-Victorian age of stability and prosperity that he did not live to see
banana peel
A banana peel is the same as a banana skin. an embarrassing mistake made by someone in a public position, especially a politician or someone in a government British Equivalent: banana skin
banana peel
the skin of a banana (especially when it is stripped off and discarded); "he slipped on a banana skin and almost fell
candied citrus peel
strips of citrus peel cooked in a sugar syrup
grapefruit peel
strips of grapefruit peel cooked in sugar syrup and coated with sugar
lemon peel
the rind of a lemon
orange peel
A pebble-grained surface that develops in the mechanical forming of sheet metals with coarse grains
orange peel
the rind of an orange
orange peel
The dimpled appearance of a dried paint film resembling the peel of an orange
orange peel
Uneven surface somewhat resembling an orange peel
orange peel
A common problem which occurs when the wet paint does not flow properly on the panel after spraying Similar to the texture on the surface of an orange
orange peel
one of several surface textures that may be seen in the application of Spray Polyurethane Foam roofing that resembles the fine texture of an orange
orange peel
surface defect consisting in the dimpled appearance of the dry coating film resembling the peel of an orange
orange peel
A nickname given to Sir Robert Peel when Chief Secretary for Ireland (1812-1818), on account of his strong anti-Catholic proclivities (See above, and Orangeman )
orange peel
very small elevations and valleys in an ink film, coating, or glaze that failed to flow out properly, surface characteristics resemble the texture of an orange peel
orange peel
A gel coated or painted finish which is not smooth and is patterned similar to an orange's skin Orthophthalic or Ortho Resin: A polyester resin based on orthophthalic acid, also known as a general purpose resin (GP)
orange peel
A surface roughening (defect) encountered in forming products from metal stock that has a coarse grain size It is due to uneven flow or to the appearance of the overly large grains usually the result of annealing at too high a temperature Also referred to as pebbles and alligator skin
orange peel
An effect which occurs after painting The paint has the look of an orange peel, with small groves and bumps New cars can often have this appearance
orange peel
(Effect) - A surface roughening (defect) encountered in forming products from metal stock that has a coarse grain size It is due to uneven flow or to the appearance of the overly large grains usually the result of annealing at too high a temperature Also referred to as "pebbles" and "alligator skin "
orange peel
A surface defect which appears on the surface of metal which had been over annealed or heated, the defect is similar to orange peel in appearance and is caused by excessive grain growth within the structure of the metal
orange peel
{i} orange rind, peel of an orange
orange peel
Surface condition characterized by an irregular waviness of a paint finish resembling an orange skin texture
orange peel
(1) Surface roughening on formed products which occurs when large grains in the metal are present (2) An irregularity in the surface of a paint film resulting from the inability of the wet film to level out, or become smooth after being applied, thus resembling the surface of an orange This finish may be considered desirable or a defect depending on the end use
orange peel
– Defect in finish film usually caused by cool drying temperatures or improper fluid tip size The finish looks like the surface of an orange
orange peel
- Defect in finish film usually caused by cool drying temperatures or improper fluid tip size The finish looks like the surface of an orange
orange peel
A gelcoated or painted finish which is not smooth and is patterned similar to an orange's skin that is caused by insufficient leveling of a wet film
orange peel
Film having the roughness of an orange due to poor roller or spray application
orange peel
Surface condition characterized by an irregular waviness of a paint finish, resembling an orange skin texture
peeled
past of peel
peeled
(used informally) completely unclothed
peeled
{s} shelled, pared, skinned
peeler
a device for peeling vegetables or fruits; "she invented a potato peeler"
peeler
A log from which veneer stock may he cut
peeler
Term used to describe a crustacean which is about to moult Peeler crabs are valued as a fishing bait in some countries This is due to pheromones which are released at the time of peeling, which fish detect and home in on The peel crab or soft shell crab is easy prey for predators See also Soft Shell
peeler
a performer who provides erotic entertainment by undressing to music
peeler
a device for peeling vegetables or fruits; "she invented a potato peeler" a worker who peels the skins from fruits and vegetables
peeler
{i} device used for removing skin, tool used to remove a rind
peeler
A woman (or less commonly a man) who removes her cloting for entertainment. A stripper
peeler
One who peels or strips
peeler
a worker who peels the skins from fruits and vegetables
peeler
A nickname for a policeman; so called from Sir Robert Peel
peeler
High-grade log from which veneer is peeled, on a lathe, for the production of plywood Peelers are most frequently from old-growth trees The resulting veneer is usually clear and used in sanded plywood
peeler
A pillager
peeler
A utensil for peeling fruit or vegetables
peeler
A person whose job it is to peel fruit or vegetable produce
peeler
A peeler is a special tool used for removing the skin from fruit and vegetables. a potato peeler
peeling
detachment of the coating film from the substrate usually caused by prolonged weathering
peeling
Strips of an outer rind or surface that has been removed
peeling
{i} decortication
peeling
Detaching of a dried paint film in large pieces Peeling is usually caused by moisture or grease under the painted surface
peeling
The failure of a compound whereby the skin curls away from the remaining compound under the skin
peeling
having the paint loose and peeling away; "a dilapidated house with peeling paint"; "peeling row houses
peeling
To cause a ball other than the one being struck to run its hoop
peeling
Changing from one spinnaker to another
peeling
Delamination
peeling
The act of removing the outer surface in strips
peeling
loss of bits of outer skin by peeling or shedding or coming off in scales
peeling
The failure of paint film to adhere to its substrate Peeling results when contaminated surfaces are painted, when there is excessive difference between paint and surface polarity or thermal expansion, or when there is solvent incompatibility
peeling
present participle of peel
peeling
A film of paint or coating lifting from the surface due to poor adhesion Peeling normally applies to large pieces (See chipping)
peeling
having the paint loose and peeling away; "a dilapidated house with peeling paint"; "peeling row houses"
peeling
The detachment of paint from the surface in ribbons or sheets Like flaking, the result of loss of adhesion
peeling
{s} having its paint peeling away (of walls, etc.); having the skin peeling away (of people or part of the body)
peeling
Paint failure where paint falls off the surface Peeling is caused by moisture problems and expansion of the painted surface
peels
plural of , peel
peels
third-person singular of peel
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von peel im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

peeling
{i} peeling
peel
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