sweeten

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Englisch - Türkisch
tatlanmak
tatlılaştırmak
tatlandırmak
şeker tadı vermek
daha hoş bir hale getirmek
daha hoş yapmak
iticiliğini azaltmak
tatlılaşmak
pohpohlamak
yumuşatmak
tatlandır

Şeker tatlandırıcı olarak balın yerini aldı. - Sugar replaced honey as a sweetener.

{f} daha hoş yapmak; daha hoş bir hale getirmek, tatlılaştırmak, daha çekici yapmak
{f} yumuşamak
{f} şeker koymak
daha cazip bir hale getirmek
sweeteningşekerli olmayan tatlılaştırıcı madde
tatlılaş/tatlılaştır
hoş bir hale getirmek
tatlı yapmak
sweeten off/out
tatliligini almak
sweeten the pot
daha çekici/cazip hale getirmek
sweeten the pot
daha hoş yapmak
sweeten off
(Gıda) tatlılığını almak
sweeten out
(Gıda) tatlılığını almak
sweeten the pill
(deyim) kotu bir seyi tatlilikla yutturmak
sweeten up
(Fiili Deyim ) pohpohlamak
sweetener
tatlandırıcı

Şeker tatlandırıcı olarak balın yerini aldı. - Sugar replaced honey as a sweetener.

sweetened
tatlandırılmış
sweetener
(Gıda) tatlılaştırıcı
sweetened
{f} tatlandır
sweetener
şeker yerine kullanılan tat verici madde
sweetening
{f} tatlandır
sweetening
{i} tatlandırma
sweetened
tatlanmış
sweetened
{s} şekerli
sweetened
(sıfat) şekerli
sweetener
{i} sakarin
sweetener
{i} (yiyeceği/içeceği) tatlı yapan madde, tatlandırıcı
sweetening
tatlandırıcı
sweetening
tatlı yapma
sweetening
{i} daha hoş yapma; tatlılaştırma, daha çekici yapma; iticiliğini azaltma
sweetening
{i} tatlılaştırma, tatlı yapma
sweetening
tatlılaş/tatlılaştır
sweetening
(isim) tatlandırıcı
sweetening
{i} (yiyeceği/içeceği) tatlı yapan
Englisch - Englisch
To make mild or kind; to soften; as, to sweeten the temper
To make warm and fertile; — opposed to sour; as, to dry and sweeten soils
To make less painful or laborious; to relieve; as, to sweeten the cares of life

And sweeten every secret tear. - John Keble.

To soften to the eye; to make delicate

Correggio has made his memory immortal by the strength he has given to his figures, and by sweetening his lights and shadows, and melting them into each other. - John Dryden.

To make pleasing or grateful to the mind or feelings; as, to sweeten life; to sweeten friendship
To restore to purity; to free from taint; as, to sweeten water, butter, or meat
To become sweet
To make more attractive; — said of offers in negotiations, as, to sweeten the deal by increasing the price offered
To make sweet to the taste; as, to sweeten tea
To make pure and salubrious by destroying noxious matter; as, to sweeten rooms or apartments that have been infected; to '''sweeten;;; the air
{v} to make or become sweet, to palliate
If you sweeten food or drink, you add sugar, honey, or another sweet substance to it. He liberally sweetened his coffee The Australians fry their bananas and sweeten them with honey
make sweeter in taste
To make warm and fertile; opposed to sour; as, to dry and sweeten soils
make sweeter, more pleasant, or more agreeable; "sweeten a deal" make sweeter in taste
To make pure and salubrious by destroying noxious matter; as, to sweeten rooms or apartments that have been infected; to sweeten;;; the air
{f} make sweeter in taste; make more pleasant or agreeable
make sweeter, more pleasant, or more agreeable; "sweeten a deal"
To make pure and salubrious by destroying noxious matter; as, to sweeten rooms or apartments that have been infected; to sweeten the air
To make warm and fertile; - opposed to sour; as, to dry and sweeten soils
To make more attractive; - said of offers in negotiations, as, to sweeten the deal by increasing the price offered
If you sweeten something such as an offer or a business deal, you try to make someone want it more by improving it or by increasing the amount you are willing to pay. Kalon Group has sweetened its takeover offer for Manders
sweeten the pot
To make something more desirable

Beginning next year the museum will sweeten the pot for season pass members by offering them a 10% discount in the gift shop in addition to unlimited free admission.

sweeten the pot
To increase a wager

He sweetened the pot since there were no takers in the office pool.

sweeten the pill
(deyim) Make something bad seem less unpleasant

Plans to improve public services are a way of sweetening the pill of increased taxation.

sweetened
Simple past tense and past participle of sweeten
sweetened
Made to taste sweet
sweetener
a food additive that sweetens, especially an artificial substitute for sugar
sweetening
Present participle of sweeten
sweetener
{n} one who or that which sweetens
Sweetened
sugared
To sweeten
sweet
sweetened
Made more appealing or more attractive with incentives
sweetened
past of sweeten
sweetened
{s} with sugar or some other sweetener added
sweetened
Containing sweetener
sweetened
with sweetening added
sweetener
something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
sweetener
A sweetener is something that you give or offer someone in order to persuade them to accept an offer or business deal
sweetener
A feature included in the terms of a new issue of debt or preferred shares to make the issue more attractive to initial investors Examples of sweeteners include warrants, or convertible, extendible or retractable features
sweetener
One who, or that which, sweetens; one who palliates; that which moderates acrimony
sweetener
Something added to a deal to make it more attractive to an investor or lender A lender making a commercial loan may require the developer/owner to pledge a certain part of the income generated by the project as partial payment to the lender over and above the debt service The income generated by the sweetener serves to increase the lender's rate of return
sweetener
{i} something that sweetens; added incentive
sweetener
anything that serves as an enticement
sweetener
Sweetener is an artificial substance that can be used in drinks instead of sugar
sweetener
something added as an inducement or incentive; a kickback
sweetener
A feature, such as being convertible or having a right or warrant attached, that is added to security offerings to make it more attractive to investors
sweetener
Slang term for an added incentive to a party to induce her to enter a transaction
sweeteners
plural of sweetener
sweetening
something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
sweetening
That which sweetens
sweetening
In singing/recording, the process of adding additional voices to previously recorded work
sweetening
of the slightly salty Galilee water means that river is made less salty In this context "sweetening" means a process whereby a harmful or unwanted substance is removed For the Galilee water, that unwanted substance is salt
sweetening
See long sweetening and short sweetening
sweetening
The act of making sweet
sweetening
A process of removing mercaptans or converting them to disulphides
sweetening
Electronically improving the quality of an audio or video signal, such as adding sound effects, audio ambience or laugh tracks
sweetening
an improvement that makes something more agreeable
sweetening
the act of adding a sweetener to food
sweetening
The final combining and enhancing of a video program's audio tracks
sweetening
the act of adding a sweetener to food something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
sweetens
third-person singular of sweeten
sweeten
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