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Englisch - Türkisch

Vejetaryenler sebze yerler. - Vegetarians eat vegetables.

O bana biraz sebze aldı. - He got me some vegetables.

{s} bitkisel
{i} bitki

Birçok bitkiler botanik meyve olmasına rağmen yaygın olarak mutfak sebzesi olarak kabul edilirler. - Several plants are commonly considered culinary vegetables despite being botanical fruits.

{i} bitkisel hayattaki kimse
vegetable black boya olarak kullanılan bitkisel yağvegetable butter margarin
bitkilere ait bitkilerden alınmıs
{i} ot
bitkisel yağ
{s} bitkisel, nebati
bitkisel kaynaklı
bitki kaynaklı
vegetable gardener
vegetable marrow
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) helvacı kabağı
vegetable stew
(Gıda) bastı
vegetable coal
bitkisel kömür
vegetable diet
sebze rejimi
vegetable dye
bitkisel boya
vegetable fibre
bitkisel lif
vegetable garden
vegetable garden
sebze bahçesi
vegetable kingdom
bitkiler âlemi
vegetable marrow
vegetable oil
sebze yağı
vegetable oil
bitkisel yağ
vegetable oyster
sebze istiridyesi
vegetable patch
sebze parçası
vegetable physiology
bitki fizyolojisi
vegetable soup
sebze çorbası

Gazpacho İspanya'dan bir soğuk domates ve sebze çorbasıdır. - Gazpacho is a cold tomato and vegetable soup from Spain.

O, bizim için sebze çorbası yaptı. - She cooked vegetable soup for us.

vegetable wax
sebze özü
vegetable broth
Sebze suyu
vegetable brush
patates, havuç gibi toprağa bulanmış sebzelerinizi fırçalayarak temizlemenize yarayan fırça
vegetable burrito
(Aşçı, Gastronomi) Sotelenmiş taze ıspanak, ızgara kabak, mantar, soğan, sarımsak, pico de gallo, guacamole, mısır kıtırı, relleno sos, tomatillo sos, mevsim beygeleri ve Meksika fasulyesi ile servis edilir
vegetable cutlet
sebze kotlet
vegetable dealer
sebze satıcısı
vegetable dyeing matter
bitkisel boya maddesi
vegetable existence
Bitkisel yaşam, bitkisel varoluş
vegetable ivory
bitkisel fildişi
vegetable market
sebze hali
vegetable marrow
sakız kabağı
vegetable matter
bitkisel madde
vegetable oils
bitkisel yağlar
vegetable pear
sebze armut
vegetable peeler
Sebze Soyucu
vegetable shortening
sebze kısalma
vegetable diet
sebzeli gıda
vegetable diet
sebzeli beslenme
vegetable dyesttuf
(Tekstil) bitkisel boyarmadde
vegetable dyestuff
bitkisel boyarmadde
vegetable fiber
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bitkisellif
vegetable glue
bitkisel tutkal
vegetable gum
bir nevi yapıştırıcı
vegetable indican
(Kimya) bitkisel indikan
vegetable kingdom
bitkiler alemi
vegetable margarine
(Gıda) bitkisel margarin
vegetable marrow
sakızkabağı, kabak
vegetable materia medica
(Eczacılık,Tıp) bitkisel ilaç bilimi
vegetable oil
ayçiçeği yağı
vegetable oil
bitkisel yağ, nebati yağ
vegetable oil industry
bitkisel yağ endüstrisi
vegetable oil machine
(Tarım) nebati yağ makinesi
vegetable parchment
parşömen kâğıdı
vegetable patty
vegetable soil
bitkisel toprak
vegetable sterol
bitki sterol
vegetable tallow
bitkisel yağ
vegetable tanned upper leather
(Tekstil) vaketa
vegetable tanning
(Tekstil) bitkisel tabaklama
vegetable world
bitkiler alemi

Tom onun sebzelerini yemeyi reddediyor. - Tom refuses to eat his vegetables.

Niçin sebze yemiyorsun? - Why don't you eat vegetables?

fried vegetable
(Gıda) kızartma sebze
pure vegetable oil
(Politika, Siyaset) saf bitkisel yağ
early vegetable
turfanda sebze
raw vegetable
çiğ sebze
margarine made from vegetable oils
Margarin bitkisel yağlardan yapılmış
raw vegetable
çığ sebze
solanaceous vegetable
solanaceous sebze
be a mere vegetable
ot gibi olmak
chicken and vegetable stew
(Gıda) sebzeli piliç güveçi
cream of vegetable soup
(Gıda) kremalı sebze çorbası
fruit and vegetable products
(Tarım) meyve ve sebze mamulleri
greenhouse vegetable
sera sebzesi
hydrolyzed vegetable protein
(Gıda) hidrolize bitkisel protein
live like a vegetable
ot gibi yaşamak
processed vegetable products
(Politika, Siyaset) işlenmiş sebze ürünleri
summer vegetable
yaz sebzesi
summer vegetable stew
(Gıda) yaz türlüsü
tuber vegetable
(Tarım) kök sebze
Englisch - Englisch
Any plant
Of or relating to plants
A plant raised for some edible part of it, such as the leaves, roots, fruit or flowers, but excluding any plant considered to be a fruit, grain, or spice in the culinary sense
Of or relating to vegetables
The edible part of such a plant
A person whose body or brain has been damaged so that they cannot interact with the surrounding environment
{a} of or belonging to plants
{n} a plant
The edible part of a plant Does not usually include the fruit
Of or pertaining to plants; having the nature of, or produced by, plants; as, a vegetable nature; vegetable growths, juices, etc
Rich, saturated colors that are used primarily in fall and winter deliveries They include the colors eggplant, pumpkin and gold that are inspired by the hues of vegetables and fall foliage
{s} consisting of or pertaining to vegetables
A plant raised for some edible part of it, such as the leaves, roots, fruit or flowers, but excluding any plant considered to be a fruit in the culinary sense
{i} plant, edible fruit of a plant; (Informal) person having little or no brain activity (usually due to an injury)
of the nature of or characteristic of or derived from plants; "decaying vegetable matter"
part of a plant consumed for nutrition
A basic food known to satisfy kids' hunger -- but only by sight
edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant any of various herbaceous plants cultivated for an edible part such as the fruit or the root of the beet or the leaf of spinach or the seeds of bean plants or the flower buds of broccoli or cauliflower of the nature of or characteristic of or derived from plants; "decaying vegetable matter
Vegetable matter comes from plants. compounds, of animal, vegetable or mineral origin. relating to plants in general, rather than animals or things that are not living. In the broadest sense, all plant life and plant products (vegetable matter); in common, narrow usage, the fresh edible portion of herbaceous plants (roots, stems, leaves, flowers, or fruit), either eaten fresh or prepared in some way. Almost all current vegetables were cultivated in ancient Old or New World civilizations, though some have been greatly modified. Vegetables are good sources of minerals (especially calcium and iron), vitamins (especially A and C), and dietary fiber. All the amino acids needed to synthesize protein are available in vegetables. Fresh vegetables quickly age and spoil, but their storage life can be extended by such preservation methods as dehydration, canning, freezing, fermenting, and pickling
also, the edible part of such a plant, as prepared for market or the table
any of various herbaceous plants cultivated for an edible part such as the fruit or the root of the beet or the leaf of spinach or the seeds of bean plants or the flower buds of broccoli or cauliflower
Vegetables are plants such as cabbages, potatoes, and onions which you can cook and eat. A good general diet should include plenty of fresh vegetables. vegetable soup
a plant that you can eat
Consisting of, or comprising, plants; as, the vegetable kingdom
A plant used or cultivated for food for man or domestic animals, as the cabbage, turnip, potato, bean, dandelion, etc
{a} vegetive
{i} beet
vegetable carbon
food-grade carbon black
vegetable ivory
The nutlike seed of the South American tagua palm; used to make small items such as buttons
vegetable lamb
A legendary plant believed to grow sheep from its branches
vegetable marrow
the marrow squash
vegetable oil
Any oil produced from plants, such as olive oil and corn oil
vegetable oils
plural form of vegetable oil
vegetable soup
A soup made from one or more vegetables
vegetable soups
plural form of vegetable soup
vegetable sulfur
Alternative spelling of vegetable sulphur
vegetable sulphur
The powdery spores of the club moss (Lycopodium clavatum)
vegetable pear
vegetable crustless pie
casserole made from mixed vegetables an does not have a doughy covering
vegetable cutlet
vegetable patty, paste of steamed and mashed vegetables that is shaped into patties and fried
vegetable dealer
one who works at a vegetable stand, one who sells vegetables
vegetable fat
fat which is extracted from vegetables
vegetable fiber
fibers contained in vegetables, type of nutrient obtained from the cellulose of vegetables
vegetable garden
plot of land on which vegetables are planted and grown
vegetable ivory
A hard ivorylike material obtained from the ivory nut and used in making small objects such as buttons
vegetable ivory
nutlike seed of a South American palm; the hard white shell takes a high polish and is used for e g buttons
vegetable kingdom
plant kingdom, group of plants in general
vegetable marrow
Marrow squash
vegetable marrow
large elongated squash with creamy to deep green skins
vegetable marrow
A tender egg-shaped gourd, usually served stuffed
vegetable marrow
cucumber, zucchini
vegetable marrow
This edible squash-like gourd, also known as "marrow squash," is related to the zucchini It has a bland flavor and is often stuffed with a meat filling
vegetable marrow
any of various squash plants grown for their elongated fruit with smooth dark green skin and whitish flesh
vegetable matter
matter produced by plants or growing in the manner of a plant
vegetable oil
Any of a wide variety of non-animal oils Most vegetable oils--with the exception of coconut and palm oils--are lower in saturated fats than are animal-derived oils
vegetable oil
emollient, moisturizer, skin conditioner
vegetable oil
the vegetable oil we use in our soaps is a combination of palm and soybean oils While these oils have little skin care value, when they are combined with olive and coconut oil, the soap saponifies more easily, and produces a harder bar of soap that cleans well
vegetable oil
Oil obtained from the seeds or nuts of vegetable growth Some of these are "drying oils," such as linseed, soya, tung and oiticica, which are used as binders for oil-based paints and varnishes
vegetable oil
emolliant, moisturizer, skin conditioner
vegetable oil
oil which is extracted from vegetables
vegetable oil
This is an expensive and an all-purpose blend of oils made from plant sources such as vegetables, nuts, and seeds Most vegetable oils are made from soybeans and are high in polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat but low in saturated fat
vegetable oil
Any of various oils obtained from plants and used in food products and industrially
vegetable oil
any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
vegetable oil
Banaspati Fat
vegetable oil
obtained from soybean and cotton Edible, natural moisture binders
vegetable peeler
{i} kitchen utensil used for peeling the skin off vegetables
vegetable quiche
baked item based on mixed vegetables
vegetable salad
mixture of assorted chopped spiced vegetables
vegetable sheep
cushion-forming New Zealand herb having leaves densely covered with tawny hairs
vegetable shortening
cooking solid fat made from hydrogenated vegetable oils
vegetable silk
Any of several silky fibers from the seedpods of certain plants, such as the kapok
vegetable soup
soup that is made out of various vegetables
vegetable tallow
bayberry and used as tallow
vegetable tallow
a waxy fat obtained from certain plants e
vegetable wax
a waxy substance obtained from plants (especially from the trunks of certain palms)
vegetable wax
A waxy substance of plant origin, as that obtained from certain palm trees
aromatic vegetable
A vegetable used as a flavor base for cooking, usually by sweating or sautéeing. Carrots, onions, garlic, peppers, and celery are often used for this purpose
root vegetable
The root of a plant used as an edible vegetable, such as the carrot, potato, or onion
sea vegetable
any edible seaweed
sea vegetable
A vegetable
A vegetable
became a vegetable
became brain-dead, went into a coma; became inactive
country vegetable soup
kind of soup containing a variety of vegetables
cruciferous vegetable
a vegetable of the mustard family: especially mustard greens; various cabbages; broccoli; cauliflower; brussels sprouts
raw vegetable
an uncooked vegetable
root vegetable
any of various fleshy edible underground roots or tubers
root vegetable
a vegetable such as a potato or carrot that grows under the ground
solanaceous vegetable
any of several fruits of plants of the family Solanaceae; especially of the genera Solanum; Capsicum; Lycopersicon
textured vegetable protein
TVP a substance made from beans, used instead of meat
These are presented to accompany meals in hall However simple mathematics will tell you that three portions of vegetables do not serve six people The result of this sorry state is that meals become a free-for-all, with six people grabbing the vegetables at once At lunch, on the other hand, you can choose from a wide variety of tasty vegetables obtained from around the world, as long as you want either beans or chips
Plural of vegetable
Subzi Vegetable