salmon

listen to the pronunciation of salmon
Englisch - Türkisch
som balığı
somon

Yemek için en sevdiğim balık somondur. - My favorite fish to eat is salmon.

Balığın tadı somonunkine benziyordu. - The fish tasted like salmon.

alabalık
Salmo salar
(Denizbilim,Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sombalığı
somon balığı

Bu, nehre gelen bir somon balığı. - This is a salmon that came up the river.

Somon balığı 12 feet yüksekliğe kadar sıçrayabilir. - Salmon can jump up to 12 feet high.

{i} somon [(Zooloji) ]
(Denizbilim) som

Tom'un yemeyi sevdiği tek balık somondur. - The only fish Tom likes to eat is salmon.

Bana üç adet somon ver. - Give me three pieces of salmon.

buna benzer alabalık
sarımsı pembe renk
som balık
somon rengi
salmon trout kırmızı etli alabalık
smoked salmon
(Gıda) somon füme
salmon oil
som balığı yağı
salmon pink
somon pembesi
salmon river
som balığı nehri
salmon trout
kırmızı etli alabalık
salmon calcitonine
(Tıp) salmon kalsitonin
salmon color
somon rengi
salmon disease
(Denizbilim) som hastalığı
salmon mayonnaise
(Gıda) mayonezli som balığı
salmon peal
som balığı yavrusu
salmon peel
som balığı yavrusu
salmon pink
somon rengi
salmon sandwich
somon sandviç
salmon trout
(isim) alabalık
salmon trout
{i} alabalık
salmon trout
dağalası
kippered salmon
tuzlanıp tütsülenmiş som balığı
salmons
alabalıkgiller familyası
coho salmon
Koho somon
kippered salmon
tuzlanıp tütsülenmis som balığı
sockeye salmon
sockeye somon
young salmon
genç somon
boiled salmon
(Gıda) som balığı buğulaması
broiled salmon steak
(Gıda) somon balığı ızgara
smoked salmon
füme som
sockeye salmon
(Denizbilim) kızıl somon
Englisch - Englisch
English surname
Having a yellowish pink colour
(plural salmons) A yellowish pink colour, the colour of cooked salmon

salmon colour:.

(plural salmon) One of several species of fish of the Salmonidae family
{n} a large and very delicious fish
A salmon is a large silver-coloured fish. Salmon is the pink flesh of this fish which is eaten as food. It is often smoked and eaten raw. a splendid lunch of smoked salmon. Name that originally referred to the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and now also refers to six species of Pacific salmon (genus Oncorhynchus, family Salmonidae): chum, chinook, pink, and sockeye salmon; coho; and the cherry salmon (O. masu) of Japan. Adult salmon live at sea, then migrate, fighting rapids and leaping high falls, to the stream where they hatched to spawn. Pacific salmon die soon after spawning; many Atlantic salmon live to spawn again. See also trout. silver salmon Atlantic salmon Chase Salmon Portland chinook salmon king salmon chum salmon dog salmon salmon trout pink salmon Salmon River sockeye salmon red salmon
A family of fishes that breed in rivers but live most of their adult lives at sea Salmon have orange or pink flesh For centuries, salmon have been important food fish to people of many nations When they're ready to breed, most salmon find their way from the ocean back to the same stream where they were born
fish with red flesh
A yellowish pink colour, the colour of cooked salmon
a tributary of the Snake River in Idaho
{i} species of edible marine fish that spawns in freshwater and has tender pinkish flesh (native to northern waters); light pink color
The common salmon (Salmo salar) of Northern Europe and Eastern North America, and the California salmon, or quinnat, are the most important species
A reddish yellow or orange color, like the flesh of the salmon
Of a reddish yellow or orange color, like that of the flesh of the salmon
any of various large food and game fishes of northern waters; usually migrate from salt to fresh water to spawn flesh of any of various marine or freshwater fish of the family Salmonidae a tributary of the Snake River in Idaho
an oily type of fish
yellowish-pink
Of food, made with salmon
One of the most popular finfish, rich, oily (it's beneficial oil) and highly flavorful Many markets sell "Norwegian" salmon as if it were a distinct species; but it is actually Atlantic salmon (and Atlantic salmon is now grown in the Pacific Northwest, northern Europe, Chile, and any place else there is cold, protected sea water) There are five species of wild Pacific salmon: king (or Chinook) and sockeye, which are leaner than Atlantic salmon; coho (silver); and chum (keta)
flesh of any of various marine or freshwater fish of the family Salmonidae
One of several species of fish of the Salmonidae family
any of various large food and game fishes of northern waters; usually migrate from salt to fresh water to spawn
One of the most popular fin fish, rich, oily (beneficial oil) and highly flavorful Many markets sell "Norwegian" salmon as if it were a distinct species; but it is actually Atlantic salmon (and Atlantic salmon is now grown in the Pacific Northwest, northern Europe, Chile, and any place else there is cold, protected sea water) There are five species of wild Pacific salmon - king (or Chinook) and sockeye, which are leaner than Atlantic salmon; coho (silver); and chum (keta)
There are seven distinct species One kind, native to the Atlantic, six to the Pacific Ocean The Chinook, Coho and Sockeye are also farm raised, but not comparable in flavor to wild Salmon spawn in the Fall and Spring They must be caught prior to reaching fresh water, while they are feeding and before they are spawning
Any one of several species of fishes of the genus Salmo and allied genera
They are extensively preserved for food
the variable color of salmon's flesh averaging a strong yellowish pink
sake
salmon and trout
snout: tobacco or cigarettes
Salmon P Chase
born Jan. 13, 1808, Cornish Township, N.H., U.S. died May 7, 1873, New York, N.Y. U.S. antislavery leader and sixth chief justice of the U.S. (1864-73). He practiced law in Cincinnati from 1830, defending runaway slaves and white abolitionists. He led the Liberty Party in Ohio from 1841 and helped found the Free Soil Party (1848) and the Republican Party (1854). He served in the U.S. Senate (1849-55, 1860-61) and was the first Republican governor of Ohio (1855-59). He served as secretary of the treasury under Pres. Abraham Lincoln (1861-64). Appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States by Lincoln, he presided over the impeachment trial of Pres. Andrew Johnson and tried to protect the rights of blacks from infringement by state action
Salmon Portland Chase
born Jan. 13, 1808, Cornish Township, N.H., U.S. died May 7, 1873, New York, N.Y. U.S. antislavery leader and sixth chief justice of the U.S. (1864-73). He practiced law in Cincinnati from 1830, defending runaway slaves and white abolitionists. He led the Liberty Party in Ohio from 1841 and helped found the Free Soil Party (1848) and the Republican Party (1854). He served in the U.S. Senate (1849-55, 1860-61) and was the first Republican governor of Ohio (1855-59). He served as secretary of the treasury under Pres. Abraham Lincoln (1861-64). Appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States by Lincoln, he presided over the impeachment trial of Pres. Andrew Johnson and tried to protect the rights of blacks from infringement by state action
Salmon River
River, central Idaho, U.S. It flows northeast past the town of Salmon, where it is joined by the Lemhi River, and then northwest to join the Snake River south of the Idaho-Oregon-Washington border. It is about 420 mi (676 km) long. It is the largest tributary of the Snake and flows through an extensive wildlife area of national forests
salmon colored
{s} having light pink color; having the color of the salmon
salmon coloured
having light pink color; having the color of the salmon
salmon loaf
fish loaf made with flaked salmon
salmon mousse
cream flavored like salmon fish and based on whipped cream and gelatin
salmon oil
a fatty oil obtained from the wastes in canning salmon; used in making soap and dressing leather
salmon pink
Something that is salmon pink or salmon is the orangey-pink colour of a salmon's flesh
salmon trout
large fork-tailed trout of lakes of Canada and the northern United States
salmon trout
{i} type of large trout found in the lakes of Canada and the northern United States
salmon trout
speckled trout of European rivers; introduced in North America
salmon trout
Any of various large trouts, especially the lake trout, the seatrout, or the steelhead
salmon trout
flesh of marine trout that migrate from salt to fresh water
Atlantic salmon
A species of fish of the Salmonidae family, the Salmo salar
Danube salmon
a species of freshwater fish in the salmon family (Salmonidae) of order Salmoniformes
chum salmon
A salmon species, Oncorhynchus keta
coho salmon
a species of anadromous fish in the salmon family (Oncorhynchus kisutch)
humpback salmon
a small salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) which ascends Pacific coast rivers of Asia and of America from California to Alaska
landlocked salmon
a species of salmon, Salmo salar sebago, subspecies of Atlantic salmon
rock salmon
A marketing name for the flesh of the dogfish shark
smoked salmon
edible salmon that is cured by smoking
Atlantic salmon
n. A species of salmon (Salmo salar) native to northern Atlantic waters and valued as a food fish. Oceanic trout species (Salmo salar), a highly prized game fish. It averages about 12 lbs (5.5 kg) and is marked with round or cross-shaped spots. Found on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, it enters streams in the fall to spawn. The young enter the sea in about two years and mature in about four. Adults may return to the sea and, after a year or two, spawn again. The ouananiche of rivers and the sebago, or lake, salmon are landlocked subspecies that are also prized for sport. The Atlantic salmon has been successfully introduced into the U.S. Great Lakes
Chinook salmon
A very large, commercially valuable salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) of northern Pacific waters, characterized by irregular black spots on its back. Also called king salmon, quinnat salmon. or king salmon Prized North Pacific food and sport fish (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) of the salmon family. The average weight is about 22 lbs (10 kg), but individuals of 50-80 lbs (22-36 kg) are not unusual. Chinook salmon are silvery, with round black spots. In fresh water they are found from the Amur River of Asia northward and, across the Bering Sea, southward to the Sacramento River of North America. Their range in the open ocean extends farther south. During spring spawning runs, adults swim as far as 2,000 mi (3,200 km) up the Yukon River, spawn, and then die. Young chinook salmon enter the sea when one to three years old. They were successfully introduced into Lake Michigan, creating a new sport fishery after the virtual elimination of lake trout by sea lampreys in the mid 20th century
atlantic salmon
found in northern coastal Atlantic waters or tributaries; adults do not die after spawning fatty pink flesh of fish from northern coastal Atlantic; usually marketed fresh
beaked salmon
fish of sandy areas of western Pacific and Indian oceans having an angular snout for burrowing into sand
chinook salmon
pink or white flesh of large Pacific salmon
chum salmon
A Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) with minute specks on its back that is fished for food and sport. or dog salmon Lightly speckled North Pacific fish (Oncorhynchus keta) of the salmon family. The chum salmon ranges from the Mackenzie and Lena rivers in the southern Arctic southward to Japan and the Rogue River. Its weight averages about 10-12 lbs (4.5-5.5 kg). During the autumn spawning season it swims more than 2,000 mi (3,200 km) up the Yukon River
coho salmon
silver salmon: fatty pinkish flesh of small salmon caught in the Pacific and Great Lakes
coho salmon
coho: small salmon of northern Pacific coasts and the Great Lakes
dog salmon
{i} salmon fish found in Western North America and North Asia
humpback salmon
{i} pink salmon of North Pacific waters
humpbacked salmon
In the breeding season the male has a large dorsal hump and distorted jaws
humpbacked salmon
A small salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) which ascends the rivers of the Pacific coast from California to Alaska, and also on the Asiatic side
kippered salmon
salted and smoked salmon
landlocked salmon
Atlantic salmon confined to lakes of New England and southeastern Canada
pink salmon
A small salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) of Pacific waters, the male of which has a pink color and a conspicuous dorsal hump during the spawning season. Also called humpback salmon. Food fish (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, family Salmonidae) of the North Pacific that constitutes half of the commercial fishery of Pacific salmon. It weighs about 4.5 lbs (2 kg) and is marked with large, irregular spots. Pink salmon often spawn on tidal flats. The young enter the sea immediately after hatching
pink salmon
small salmon of North Pacific waters, humpback salmon
red salmon
fatty red flesh of salmon of Pacific coast and rivers
red salmon
salmon fish of the North Pacific area, sockeye
rock salmon
any of several coarse fishes (such as dogfish or wolffish) when used as food
salmons
plural of salmon
sea salmon
A young pollock
sea salmon
See Sea bass (b)
sea salmon
The spotted squeteague
silver salmon
fatty pinkish flesh of small salmon caught in the Pacific and Great Lakes
smoked salmon
salmon cured by smoking or in a smoky brine
smoked salmon
smoked fish, cured fish
smoked salmon
Smoked salmon is the flesh of a salmon which is smoked and eaten raw
sockeye salmon
or red salmon Food fish (Oncorhynchus nerka) of the North Pacific that constitutes almost 20% of the commercial fishery of Pacific salmon. It weighs about 6 lbs (3 kg) and lacks distinct spots on the body. It ranges from the northern Bering Sea to Japan and from Alaska to California. Sockeyes may migrate more than 1,000 miles (1,600 km) upriver to spawn in lakes or tributary streams. The young remain in freshwater one to five years. The kokanee is a small, nonmigratory, freshwater subspecies
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von salmon im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

salmon kalsitonin
(Tıp) salmon calcitonine
salmon

    Silbentrennung

    Salm·on

    Türkische aussprache

    sämın

    Synonyme

    salmon pink

    Aussprache

    /ˈsamən/ /ˈsæmən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sa-m&n ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English salmoun, samoun Anglo-Norman saumon Old French saumon from Latin salmō, salmōn-. Displaced native Middle English lax, from Old English leax.

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