silk

listen to the pronunciation of silk
Englisch - Türkisch
ipek

Bu ipek gibi hissettiriyor. - This feels like silk.

Babama bir ipek kravat verdim. - I gave my father a silk tie.

{i} örümcek ağı ipi
silk mill ipek imalâthanesi veya tezgâhı
{i} ipek cüppe
silk vine ipek fidanı
{i} kraliyet avukatı
ipeğe benzer mısır püskülü
silk hat silindir şapka
{i} ipekli

O kırmızı ipeklinin metresi ne kadar? - How much does a meter of that red silk cost?

ipeğe benzer örümcek ağı teli
silk cocoon ipek kozası
{i} satensi parlaklık
Periploca graeca
ipekli kumaş
(Tarım) (Corn silk) Mısır püskülü
Silk Boucle
(Sanat) İpek Buklet

Bir kumaş türü.

silk apron
futa
silk cord
kaytan
silk gum
serisin
silk head scarf
poşu
silk thread
(Tekstil) bükme ipek
silk cocoon
ipek kozası
silk gloss
ipek parlaklığı
silk hat
silindir şapka
silk stocking
ipek kadın çorabı
silk suture
ipek sütür
silk thread
ibrişim
silk velvet
ipekli kadife
silk yarn
ipek iplik
silk dress
ipek elbise
silk evening dress
ipek gece elbisesi
silk lined
ipek astarlı
silk loom
ipek dokuma
silk painting
ipek boyama
silk pantyhose
ipek külotlu çorap
silk paper
İnce dokulu, pelür cinsi, renkli kâğıt
silk road
İpek yolu
silk scarf
ipek eşarp
silk skirt
ipek etek
silk spinning
ipek eğirme
silk tights
ipek tayt
silk way
İpek yolu
silk weaving
ipek dokumacılığı
silk wrap
(Giyim) İpek etol
silk-clad
ipeğe sarılmış
silk-like
İpeğimsi, ipek gibi
silk bath
(Tekstil) ipek banyosu
silk cloth
(Tekstil) tırma
silk cotton
(Tekstil) kapok
silk culture
ipekçilik
silk culture
kozacılık
silk culture
ipekböcekçiliği
silk finish
(Tekstil) ipek apresi
silk floss
floş (ipek ipliği)
silk gauze
ipek gaz bezi
silk gauze
(Tekstil) ipek gazı bezi
silk gland
ipek bezi
silk gown
kraliyet avukatının cüppesi
silk gown
ipek cüppe
silk gum
(Tekstil) ipek zamkı, serisin
silk industry
(Tekstil) ipekçilik sanayi
silk insulated
ipek ile yalıtılmış
silk insulated cable
ipek izolasyonlu kablo
silk luster
(Tekstil) ipek parlaklığı
silk lustrine
(Tekstil) lüstrin
silk moth
ipekböceği kelebeği
silk noil
(Tekstil) buret (ipeği)
silk plush
(Tekstil) ipek pelüş
silk road
(Ticaret) ipek yolu
silk road disease
(Tıp) behçet hastalığı
silk screen printing
(Tekstil) serigrafi
silk screen printing
serigrafi baskısı
silk scroop
(Tekstil) ipek tutumu
silk shroud
ipek kefen
silk stocking
soylu
silk stocking
asil kimse
silk stocking
aristokrat
silk stocking
ipek çorap
silk stocking
ipekli çorap
silk tree
gülibrişim
silk tree
bot. gülibrişim
silk waste
hurda ipek
silk waste
deşe ipek
silk weaving
ipek dokumalar
silk weighting
ipek ağırlatırma
silk weighting
ipek şarjı
artificial silk
rayon
crude silk
(Tekstil) çiğ ipek
ecru silk
(Teknik,Tekstil) ham ipek
floss silk
(Tekstil) tüylü
leipzig silk
lepiska
pure silk
(Teknik,Tekstil) has ipek
tram silk
ibrişim
waste silk
(Teknik,Tekstil) şap ipeği
acetate silk
asetat ipeği
all silk
saf ipek
all silk
has ipek
artificial silk
suni ipek
artificial silk
reyon
artificial silk
yapay ipek
bast silk
ham ipek
bolting silk
ipek gaze bezi
carbon silk
karbon ipeği
chinese raw silk
çin ham ipeği
corn silk
mısır püskülü
cuite silk
kuite ipeği
cuprammonium silk
kupromonyum ipeği
ecru silk
ekrü ipeği
ecru silk
sert ipek
floss silk
floş
floss silk
bükülmemiş ipek
floss silk
ham ibrişim
half-silk
yarı ipek
japan silk
japon ipeği
milanese silk
milano ipeği
natural silk
doğal ipek
net silk
has ipek
pure silk
saf ipek
raw silk
ham ipek
schappe silk
floret ipeği
schappe silk
şap ipeği
schappe silk
kamçıbaşı
sewing silk
ibrişim
shot silk
yanardöner ipek
thrown silk
ibrişim
thrown silk
bükümlü ipek
union silk
yarı ipek
make a silk purse out of sow's ear
(Atasözü) (You can't make a silk purse out of sow's ear) Kötü bir malzemeyle, ne yaparsan yap iyi bir ürün çıkartamazsın
spider silk
örümcek ipek
take silk
ipek almak
tram silk
ibrişim, bükümlü ipek
type of cookie; type of silk
çerez türü; ipek türü
Milanesa Silk
(Tekstil) Milano ipeği
acetate silk
(Tekstil) asetat elyafı
bleached silk
(Tekstil) ağartılmış ipek
boiled silk
(Tekstil) pişmiş ipek
bolting silk
ipek gaz bezi
chinese oak silk
(Tekstil) tusah ipeği
could you show me a selection of silk ties
İpek kravat takımlarınızı gösterir misiniz
cumprammonium silk
(Tekstil) kupramonyum ipeği, yapay ipek
embroidery silk
çamaşır ipeği
floret silk
(Tekstil) filoş
floret silk
(Tekstil) floret
floss silk
{i} ham ipek
i would like a silk scarf to match this blouse
bu bluza uygun ipek eşarp rica ediyorum
indian silk
(Tekstil) hint kumaşı
is it pure silk
saf ipek mi
moiré silk
muare ipek
moire silk
(Tekstil) muare ipek
mulberry silk
(Tekstil) has ipek
nitrocellulose silk
(Tekstil) nitroselüloz ipeği
oil silk
(Tekstil) yağa batırılmış ipek
oiled silk
(Tekstil) yağli ipek
powder silk
(Askeri) ipek barut haklı kese
powder silk
(Askeri) İPEK BARUTU HAKLI KESE: Büyük toplara ait sevk barutunu koymaya mahsus özel ipek kese. Sevk barutu ateşlendiği zaman ipek barutu kesesi kül bırakmaz
rock silk
kaya ipek
schappe silk yarn
(Tekstil) şap ipliği
shot silk
şanjan ipek
soft silk
(Tekstil) gevşek ipek
soupla silk
(Tekstil) suple ipeği
spun silk
(Tekstil) ipek döküntüsünden yapılan iplik veya kumaş
spun silk
kaba ipekli dokuma
spun silk
pamuklu ipek ipliği
supple silk
(Tekstil) esnek ipek
surgical silk
(Eczacılık) cerrahi ipek
surgical silk suture
(Tıp) cerrahi ipek iplik
thrown silk
bükülmüş ipek
thrown silk
(Tekstil) has ipek
tussur silk
(Tekstil) tusah ipeği
unscoured silk
(Tekstil) ham ipek, grej ipeği Açıklama: Birkaç tane ipek lifinin bir araya getirilerek bükülmesiyle elde edilen ipek iplikleridir
viscose silk
(Tekstil) viskoz ipeği
watered silk
hareli ipek kumaş, ipekli hare
weighted silk
(Tekstil) ağırlaşmış ipek
wild silk
(Tekstil) yabani ipek
yamamal silk
(Tekstil) yamamal ipeği
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von silk im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İplik, hayt
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Pancar
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yol, tarik
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (A) Çöğenler adı verilen havuç
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dizi, sıra
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kurt, zi'b
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Şerli, ahlâksız kadın
Englisch - Englisch
A fine, soft cloth woven from silk fibers

I had a small square of silk, but it wasn't enough to make what I wanted.

The gown worn by a Senior (i.e. Queen's/King's) Counsel
A fine fiber excreted by the silkworm or other arthropod (such as a spider)

The silk thread was barely visible.

a Senior (i.e. Queen's/King's) Counsel
{a} made of or dressed in silk, soft
The only natural fiber that comes in a filament form It is woven in a shiny, soft, luxurious fabric
Hence, thread spun, or cloth woven, from the above-named material
Postcards where silk fabric is applied to the design, or the total image is printed on silk fabric, then attached to a postcard back
The only natural fiber which comes in a filament (endless) form When the silkworm begins its spinning, two filaments are emitted producing what is known as the Cocoon Up to 1600 yards of thread can be reeled from the cocoon Learn more about natural fibers Examples in our line: ‘Butterfly’, 14%Silk, 66%Modal and 20% Polyester , for wall, draperies and wrapped panels
Silk is a substance which is made into smooth fine cloth and sewing thread. You can also refer to this cloth or thread as silk. They continued to get their silks from China Pauline wore a silk dress with a strand of pearls. Animal fibre produced by certain insects as building material for cocoons and webs. In commercial use it refers almost entirely to filament from cocoons produced by the caterpillars of several moth species of the genus Bombyx, commonly called silkworms. Silk is a continuous filament around each cocoon. It is freed by softening the cocoon in water and then locating the filament end; the filaments from several cocoons are unwound at the same time, sometimes with a slight twist, to form a single strand. In the process called throwing, several very thin strands are twisted together to make thicker, stronger yarn. Silk was discovered in China sometime before 2700 BC, and the secret of its production was closely guarded for millennia. Along with jade and spices, silk was the primary commodity traded along the Silk Road beginning about 100 BC. Since World War II, nylon and other synthetic fibres have replaced silk in many applications (e.g., parachutes, hosiery, dental floss), but silk remains an important luxury material for clothing and home furnishings. More than 50% of the world's silk is still produced in China
The fine, soft thread produced by various species of caterpillars in forming the cocoons within which the worm is inclosed during the pupa state, especially that produced by the larvæ of Bombyx mori
The finest tubular tires are made of silk fabric Sometimes the term "silk" is used as a noun to refer to such tubulars
This is the premier wedding fabric for softness, luster and beauty Silk is made from silkworm cocoons France became the most famous producer of finished silk fabric, hence the use of so many French names such as dupioni and peau de soie for silk finishes
A natural filament fiber produced by the silkworm in the construction of its cocoon Most silk is collected from cultivated worms; Tussah silk, or wild silk, is a thicker, shorter fiber produced by worms in their natural habitat All silk comes from Asia, primarily China
Fine filaments of a proteinaceous material produced by the spider's spinnerets and used to create egg-sacs, line burrows and help capture prey
The luxury natural filaments taken from the cocoons of various types of silkworms Characterized by high luster, soft hand, high tensile strength and thermal properties
a Senior (i.e. Queens/Kings) Counsel
A thin cloth made out of silk
1,0-3,0
Continuous filament produced by the larvae of various insects, especially mith caterpillars, when constructing their cocoons
a fabric made from the fine threads produced by certain insect larvae
{i} fibers produced by silkworms; thread or fabric made from silk fibers; garment of silk; gown worn by a King's or Queen's Counsel; King's or Queen's Counsel (British); hairlike fibers that cover an ear of corn
fibers from silkworm cocoons provide threads for knitting
A fine, soft fiber spun by the silkworm as part of its cocoon Used primarily in ties and as part of shirts, sometimes in underclothing
a fabric made from the fine threads produced by certain insect larvae fibers from silkworm cocoons provide threads for knitting
A filament secreted by a silkworm to spin a cocoon as part of its metamorphosis to a moth The term also refers to the fabric woven from this fiber
{s} resembling silk; pertaining to silk; made from silk
A protein fiber made from the cocoon of the silkworm It has been widely used for centuries to make fabric, yarn, or thread There are many different fiber types and weaves some with jacquard type patterns and raised textures used for garments and for interior purposes The quality usually depend on the length of the filaments, sericin content, defects, and type of weave used
Screening - A process in which ink is forced through treated screens to produce a thick and even print
the only natural fiber that comes in a filament form, reeled from the cocoon, cultivated or wild
a natural fiber with the high tensile strength produced by silk worms used in the manufacture of multifilament threads for use in weaving fine textiles and, historically, in printing screens
The threads produced by the specialized salivary glands of a caterpillar
Lighweight fabrics with natural, deep luster Shiny surface Versatile in weight and texture Long wearing
The gown worn by a Senior (i.e. Queens/Kings) Counsel
That which resembles silk, as the filiform styles of the female flower of maize
A type of diffusion filter
It is obtained from cocoons of certain species of caterpillars It is soft and has a brilliant sheen It is one of the finest textiles It is also very strong and absorbent
A special type of diffusion filter that stretches the light in one direction
Postcards where silk fabric is applied to the design, or the total image is printed on silk fabric, then attached to a postcard back See Woven in Silk
Silk Road
An extensive interconnected network of trade routes across Asia, North and Northeast Africa, and Europe, historically used by silk traders
silk-screen printing
A method of reproducing coloured artwork using a cut stencil attached to a stretched, fine-meshed silk screen
silk paper
Stamp paper containing small pieces of colored silk in the paper mixture
silk-lined
(Giyim) having a silk lining
Silk Road
historical trade route between the Mediterranean and China
Silk Road
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Sea extending some 6,440 km (4,000 mi) and linking China with the Roman Empire. Marco Polo followed the route on his journey to Cathay. an ancient route along which silk was carried from China and across central Asia to the Eastern Mediterranean and Europe. Ancient trade route that linked China with Europe. Originally a caravan route and used from 100 BC, the 4,000-mi (6,400-km) road started in Xi'an, China, followed the Great Wall to the northwest, climbed the Pamir Mtns., crossed Afghanistan, and went on to the eastern Mediterranean Sea, where goods were taken by boat to Rome. Silk was carried westward, while wool, gold, and silver were carried eastward. With the fall of Rome, the route became unsafe; it was revived under the Mongols, and Marco Polo used it in the 13th century
silk blouse
delicate shirt that is made out of silk cloth
silk clothes
silk garments, garments that are made of silk
silk cotton
A silky fiber, such as kapok, attached to the seeds of certain trees
silk cotton
silk-like fabric made from cotton fibers
silk cotton tree
American cotton tree, tree that belongs to the Ceiba family
silk gland
Any of the glands in silk-spinning insects and spiders that secrete a protein liquid that hardens into silk on exposure to air
silk gland
silk-producing gland of insects (especially of a silkworm) or spiders
silk hat
A man's silk-covered top hat
silk hat
dress hat: a man's hat with a tall crown; usually covered with beaver or silk
silk oak
any of several Australian timber trees having usually fernlike foliage and mottled wood used in cabinetry and veneering
silk oak
An Australian evergreen tree (Grevillea robusta) having divided fernlike leaves and showy one-sided clusters of orange flowers
silk road
an ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean (4,000 miles); followed by Marco Polo in the 13th century to reach Cathay
silk road
Series of travel routes that caravans followed through Central Asia
silk road
Historical trade route linking the Eastern Mediterranean basin to Central and East Asia Named as such because of many prized commodities, namely silk, tea and jade, that were carried from China Was operational between the 1st century BC and the 16th century
silk road
This term refers to the old trade routs from the exstreme orient (China), to the Middle East, and further to Northern Africa (Senegal) or to the northern Meditarian countryes The Silk road was not one single rout, many paralell routs From these end destinations there where other trade routs leading through Sahara, or further up in Europe
silk screen
silk screen prints are made by forcing paint or ink onto a surface through a stretched piece of cloth screen
silk stocking
A wealthy, aristocratic, or elegantly dressed person
silk stocking
type of socks that are made of silk
silk stocking district
wealthy neighborhood, district inhabited by the rich
silk stockings
socks or stockings that are made out of silk
silk thread
string made from silk fibers
silk tree
An Asian tree (Albizia julibrissin) having pinnately compound leaves and heads of pinkish flowers with many long filaments. Also called mimosa
silk tree
attractive domed or flat-topped Asiatic tree having bipinnate leaves and flowers with long silky stamens
silk vine
deciduous climber for arches and fences having ill-scented but interesting flowers and poisonous yellow fruits; cultivated for its dark shining foliage; southeastern Europe to Asia Minor
silk-screen
Silk-screen printing is a method of printing patterns onto cloth by forcing paint or dyes through silk or similar material. silk-screen prints
silk-screen print
method of printing by pressing ink through a silk pattern
silk-screening
[n] a printing method where ink is pressed through framed silk fabric
silk-screening
Printing process using special inks being pressed through a fine meshed fabric which has been prepared by a photo process to let the ink pass through in predetermined patterns of lettering and graphics
silk-screening
Glazing phase in which the glaze is enriched with different decorative patterns
floss silk
Raw silk, having the appearance of cotton wool, once used as dental floss
hit the silk
To parachute (use a parachute)

With the engine on fire he had to punch out and hit the silk.

make a silk purse of a sow's ear
To produce something refined, admirable, or valuable from something which is unrefined, unpleasant, or of little or no value

A smart development can make a silk purse of a sow's ear, and the effect on older properties can be quite dramatic.

sea silk
An extremely fine, rare and valuable fabric produced from the long silky filaments or byssus excreted by several molluscs (particularly Pinna nobilis) by which they attach themselves to the sea bed
take silk
to be appointed as a Queen's Counsel (QC) (a senior barrister)
you can't make a silk purse of a sow's ear
It is not possible to produce something refined, admirable, or valuable from something which is unrefined, unpleasant, or of little or no value
crow-silk
{n} a water vegetable, conserva
make a silk purse out of sow's ear
(Atasözü) (You can't make a silk purse out of sow's ear) If you use the wrong material, no matter what you do, you can't make it work
acetate silk
silk made of acetate fibers
as soft as silk
very soft, silky, smooth
corn silk
The styles and stigmas that appear as a silky tuft or tassel at the tip of an ear of corn, used as a diuretic in herbal medicine
fine as silk
in excellent condition
floss silk
{i} silk that has been twisted and is used in embroidery; dental floss
floxed silk
See Floss silk, under Floss
hit the silk
parachute, skydive (Slang)
raw silk
silk fibers which have not had the sericin removed; fabric made from untreated silk fibers
red silk cotton
from the red silk-cotton tree of eastern India; inferior to kapok
red silk-cotton tree
East Indian silk cotton tree yielding fibers inferior to kapok
sewing silk
{i} silk thread which is finely twisted and is used for embroidery or sewing
silks
plural of silk
silks
{i} (Horseracing) distinctive bright colored silk clothes worn by a jockey
silks
the brightly colored garments of a jockey; emblematic of the stable
spun silk
A yarn made from short-fibered silk and silk waste
synthetic silk
man-made silk, artificial silk, fabric made to imitate silk
take silk
be appointed as an advisor to the King
tussah silk
A silk cloth made from the cocoons of a caterpillar other than the common silkworm, much used in Bengal and China
tussah silk
The silk fiber itself
vegetable silk
Any of several silky fibers from the seedpods of certain plants, such as the kapok
watered silk
a type of silk with a pattern of waves on it
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von silk im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

mancınık işi unwinding silk filaments
from cocoons
silk

    Türkische aussprache

    sîlk

    Aussprache

    /ˈsəlk/ /ˈsɪlk/

    Etymologie

    [ silk ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English sioloc, seolc. The immediate source is uncertain; it probably reached English via the Baltic trade routes (cognates in Old Norse silki, Russian шёлк, obsolete Lithuanian zilkaĩ), all from or cognate with late Latin sericum, neuter of Latin Sericus, from Greek σηρικός, ultimately from an Oriental language (represented now by e.g. Chinese 絲 (sī) ‘silk’). Compare Seres.

    Tempora

    silks, silking, silked

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    silk screen

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