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Definition von pumpkins im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

pumpkin
{i} kabak

Çiğ kabak yemek güvenli midir? - Is eating raw pumpkin safe?

Tom Mary'nin kabak böreğini sevip sevmediğini bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know if Mary likes pumpkin pie or not.

pumpkin
balkabağı

Balkabağı eker misin? - Do you plant pumpkins?

Balkabağı oyma partisi yaptık. - We had a pumpkin-carving party.

pumpkin
{i} helvacıkabağı
pumpkin
(Gıda) kestane kabağı
pumpkin
kestanekabağı
Englisch - Englisch
plural of pumpkin
my very educated mother just served us nine pumpkins
A mnemonic used to remember the order and names of the nine planets of the solar system
pumpkin
The color of the fruit of the pumpkin plant

pumpkin colour:.

pumpkin
The round yellow or orange fruit of this plant

There were pumpkins in Mombi’s corn-fields, lying golden red among the rows of green stalks; and these had been planted and carefully tended that the four-horned cow might eat of them in the winter time.

pumpkin
A term of endearment for someone small and cute
Smashing Pumpkins
famous American rock and roll band
pumpkin
{i} large yellow-orange fruit with tough skin and soft thick flesh; vine that produces this fruit
pumpkin
A pumpkin is a large, round, orange vegetable with a thick skin. Quarter the pumpkin and remove the seeds. pumpkin pie. Fruit of certain varieties of Cucurbita pepo or C. moschata, of the gourd family. In the U.S., the thick-growing, small-fruited bush, or nontrailing, varieties of C. pepo are called squash, and the long-season, long-trailing, large-fruited varieties are called pumpkin. Pumpkins produce very long vines and large (9-18 lb [4-8 kg]), globe-shaped, orange fruits. Giant and miniature varieties are available. The usually lightly furrowed or ribbed rind is smooth, and the fruit stem is hard and woody. Pumpkins mature in early autumn and can be stored for a few months in a dry, warm place. They are commonly grown in North America, Britain, and Europe for human food and livestock feed. In Europe pumpkin is served mainly as a vegetable; in the U.S. and Canada pumpkin pie is a traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas dessert. Pumpkins are used in the U.S. for Halloween decorations
pumpkin
a large orange vegetable that grows on a vine
pumpkin
A softly thrown ball with little or no spin
pumpkin
a coarse vine widely cultivated for its non-keeping large pulpy round orange fruit with firm orange skin and numerous seeds; subspecies of Cucurbita pepo include the summer squashes and a few autumn squashes
pumpkin
Ball thrown without spin that hits soft
pumpkin
A domesticated plant, Cucurbita pepo similar in growth pattern, foliage, flower, and fruit to the squash or melon
pumpkin
A member of the squash family best known for being carved into Halloween jack-o-lanterns or turned into pie filling for Thanksgiving dinner It also may be boiled, sliced, fried or pureed or used in soups The French make pumpkin jam and the Italians use it as a filling for sweet ravioli The seeds are rich in fats and protien and may be roasted and salted, as a snack or garnish
pumpkin
A well-known trailing plant (Cucurbita pepo) and its fruit, used for cooking and for feeding stock; a pompion
pumpkin
A large orange gourd related to the muskmelon and the squash Pumpkins are popular in pies, but can be prepared like any winter squash The seeds, which are known as "pepitas," are often husked and roasted to produce a nutty snack food
pumpkin
usually large pulpy deep-yellow round fruit of the squash family maturing in late summer or early autumn
pumpkin
Kadu Vegetable
pumpkin
usually large pulpy deep-yellow round fruit of the squash family maturing in late summer or early autumn a coarse vine widely cultivated for its non-keeping large pulpy round orange fruit with firm orange skin and numerous seeds; subspecies of Cucurbita pepo include the summer squashes and a few autumn squashes
pumpkins

    Türkische aussprache

    pʌmkınz

    Aussprache

    /ˈpəmkənz/ /ˈpʌmkənz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'p&m(p)-k&n, ÷' ] (noun.) 1654. alteration of earlier pumpion, modification of French popon, pompon melon, pumpkin, from Latin pepon-, pepo, from Greek pepOn, from pepOn ripened; akin to Greek pessein to cook, ripen; more at COOK.

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