pulpy

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Englisch - Türkisch
etli
yumuşak
özlü
{s} hamur gibi
etlilik
pulpinessözlülük
yumuşak/özlü
{s} lapa gibi
posalı
pulp
küspe
pulp
adi
pulp
kâğıt hamuru
pulp
kâğıt hamuru yapmak
pulp
lapa
pulp
lâpa gibi olmak
pulp
hamur
pulp
hamur haline getirmek
pulp
topak (şeker vb)
pulp
odun hamuru
pulp
(Gıda,Tıp) pulp
pulp
selüloz
pulp
(Gıda) püre
pulp
lâpa haline getirmek
pulp
etli kısım
pulp
pulpa
pulp
hamurlaştırmak
pulp
hamurlaşmak
pulpiness
etlilik
pulpiness
yumuşaklık
pulpiness
özlülük
pulp
et
pulp
değersiz şeyler
flabby, loose, pulpy, squashy
gevşek, gevşek, yumuşak, squashy
pulp
meyve eti
pulp
püre haline getirmek
pulp
sulu maden özü
pulp
püre haline gelmek
pulp
ucuz roman
pulp
meyve özü
pulp
ucuz dergi
pulp
hamur/pulp
pulp
öz gibi olmak
pulp
{i} (bazı etli meyvelerde) et, öz
pulp
{i} öz
pulp
{i} ezilmiş meyveye benzeyen bir şey, posa
pulp
(fiil) lâpa haline getirmek, püre haline getirmek, kâğıt hamuru yapmak, lâpa gibi olmak, püre haline gelmek, özünü çıkarmak (kahve çekird.)
pulp
{s} ucuz kâğıda basılmış
pulp
meyva özü
pulp
{f} özünü çıkarmak (kahve çekird.)
pulp
yumuşak
pulp
yumuşak ve özlü etini çıkarmak
pulp
(isim) et, etli kısım, ucuz dergi, meyve eti, meyve özü, öz, lapa, kâğıt hamuru, küspe, sulu maden özü, topak (şeker vb.), değersiz şeyler, ucuz roman
pulp
yumuşa/yumuşat
pulp
dövüp lapa veya hamur haline koymak
pulp
meyva eti
pulp
{i} topak (şeker vb.)
pulp
özlü
pulp
özlenmek
pulp
su ile karışık maden tozu
pulp
(Tıp) Bir organın yumuşak kısmı, öz, pulpa
Englisch - Englisch
Having the characteristics of pulp
Having the characteristics of pulp fiction; thus, having a garish focus on sex and violence

A pulpy TV thriller.

{a} full of pulp, soft, pappy, rich
{s} fleshy, soft; (about fruit) having a soft succulent interior
Strong, pungent, fruit-like flavor from coffee cherry skins
Something that is pulpy is soft, smooth, and wet, often because it has been crushed or beaten. The chutney should be a thick, pulpy consistency
Like pulp; consisting of pulp; soft; fleshy; succulent; as, the pulpy covering of a nut; the pulpy substance of a peach or a cherry
like a pulp; not having stiffness
pulp
To make, or be made into pulp
pulp
beat to pulp
pulp
A magazine or book containing lurid subject matter and being characteristically printed on rough, unfinished paper
pulp
Mass of chemically processed wood fibres (cellulose)
pulp
A soft, moist, shapeless mass or matter
pulp
{n} the soft part of fruit, any soft mass
pulp
{v} to separate the pulp from the berry as in coffee works
pulp
To deprive of the pulp, or integument
pulp
Ground wood fiber used for the production of paper and certain engineered wood products
pulp
Mechanically ground or chemically digested wood used in manufacturing paper and allied products (17)
pulp
any soft or soggy mass; "he pounded it to a pulp"
pulp
Wood pulp is material made from crushed wood. It is used to make paper
pulp
The exterior part of a coffee berry
pulp
{s} pulverized; mushy; low quality
pulp
Any cellulose plant fiber cleaned and beaten into a wet mixture used to form sheets of paper
pulp
{f} remove the fleshy part of a fruit; crush, grind, pulverize; form into a soft moist mass of material
pulp
Primary raw material from which paper is made A fibrous product produced by mechanical or chemical processes, or a combination of both
pulp
The mixture of wood fibres obtained by chemical cooking or mechanical treatment of wood consisting of cellulose with varying amounts of other materials found in wood such as hemi-celluloses, fine or ray cell fibres, lignin, and other substances Basically the material from which paper, cellophane, and cellulose plastics are made
pulp
remove the pulp from, as from a fruit
pulp
If someone is beaten to a pulp or beaten to pulp, they are hit repeatedly until they are very badly injured
pulp
reduce to pulp; "pulp fruit"; "pulp wood"
pulp
The material of which paper is made when ground up and suspended in water
pulp
To reduce to pulp
pulp
{i} soft fleshy part of fruit; soft moist mass of material; crushed material, ground material
pulp
The soft, succulent part of fruit; as, the pulp of a grape
pulp
raw material made from trees used in producing paper products
pulp
The soft center of a tooth
pulp
The wood fibers of trees, ground up for use in the manufacture of paper A common use of those North Country trees which are logged but unsuitable, because of their size or species, for use as sawtimber A compelling reason to recycle paper
pulp
If an object is pressed into a pulp, it is crushed or beaten until it is soft, smooth, and wet. The olives are crushed to a pulp by stone rollers
pulp
the soft inner part of a tooth an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper any soft or soggy mass; "he pounded it to a pulp"
pulp
The inner most part of a tooth It contains nerves and blood vessels inside a tooth
pulp
A suspension of cellulose fibers in water
pulp
People refer to stories or novels as pulp fiction when they consider them to be of poor quality and intentionally shocking or sensational. lurid '50s pulp novels
pulp
If paper, vegetables, or fruit are pulped, they are crushed into a smooth, wet paste. Onions can be boiled and pulped to a puree. creamed or pulped tomatoes
pulp
Mechanically or chemically produced mass of fibre for production of paper and/or board
pulp
Reduced fibers, often derived from cotton rags and linen, which are diluted with water to prepare for the formation of paper sheets
pulp
In fruit or vegetables, the pulp is the soft part inside the skin. Make maximum use of the whole fruit, including the pulp which is high in fibre
pulp
A moist mixture of fibers from which paper is made
pulp
The raw material for making paper, produced either chemically or mechanically by removing the cellulose fibers from the stucture of the wood or from other materials, such as used/recyled rages, bagasse, and straw
pulp
If money or documents are pulped, they are destroyed. This is done to stop the money being used or to stop the documents being seen by the public. 25 million pounds worth of five pound notes have been pulped because the designers made a mistake
pulp
a soft moist part of a fruit a mixture of cellulose fibers reduce to pulp; "pulp fruit"; "pulp wood"
pulp
A mixture of wood, cellulose and/or rags and water ground up to make paper
pulp
The soft center of a fruit
pulp
Cellulose fibers used for making paper products The process of breaking wood down into usable fibers
pulp
an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
pulp
A moist, slightly cohering mass, consisting of soft, undissolved animal or vegetable matter
pulp
A slime consisting of finely crushed ore and water The material may be treated by cyaniding
pulp
A moist, mushy material made from ground up trees or torn up old paper that is mechanically and chemically made into paper
pulp
Raw material from which paper is made Fibrous materials, generally from plant materials including trees, made ready for use in the manufacture of paper or board Mechanically or chemically prepared mixtures obtained from wood or vegetable fibres to be used in the manufacture of paper and board Groundwood pulp, which is produced by mechanical methods contains lignin and has poor durability Chemical pulp has a considerable amount of non-cellulosic material removed during processing, and the resultant paper has a higher durability than groundwood paper Permanent papers and boards can be made from chemical pulp
pulp
fluid mixture of ground ore and water specified either as solid-liquid ratio (by weight) or as a percentage of solids (by weight)
pulp
- Soft, moist mass of wood fiber used in paper manufacture Pulp is made by reducing wood chips to fibers, either mechanically or chemically, then mixing with water
pulp
a mixture of cellulose fibers
pulp
The hollow chamber inside the crown of the tooth that contains its nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue - often considered synonymous with the 'nerve' of the tooth
pulp
Mixture of wood and/or cotton fibers, chemicals, and water from which mills make paper
pulp
the soft inner part of a tooth an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper any soft or soggy mass; "he pounded it to a pulp" a soft moist part of a fruit a mixture of cellulose fibers reduce to pulp; "pulp fruit"; "pulp wood" remove the pulp from, as from a fruit
pulp
a soft moist part of a fruit
pulp
A tissue or part resembling pulp; especially, the soft, highly vascular and sensitive tissue which fills the central cavity, called the pulp cavity, of teeth
pulp
The solution resulting from blending wood, recovered paper or, in some cases, cotton with water to break it down into individual cellulose fibers This is the fibrous material used to make paper
pulp
A soft moist mass, especially of pressed vegetable matter
pulp
A lurid style of writing or publication
pulp
A mixture made of water and cellulose fibers (obtained from wood, rags and other organic material) used as the raw materials in papermaking
pulp
the soft inner part of a tooth
pulp
The cellulosic material produced by reducing wood mechanically or chemically and used in making paper and cellulose products Also known as wood pulp
pulpiness
the quality or state of being pulpy
pulpiness
The quality of being pulpy
Türkisch - Englisch

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