wood

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Englisch - Türkisch
ahşap

Bu masa ahşaptan yapılmıştır. - This table is made of wood.

Bu masa ahşaptan yapılmıştır. - This desk is made of wood.

{i} odun

Tom yakmak için odun yardı. - Tom chopped wood for the fire.

Tom odunla yanan aşçı sobası için odun yardı. - Tom chopped wood for his woodburning cook stove.

tahta

Bu tahta bir masadır. - This is a wooden table.

Bu masa tahtadan yapılmıştır. - This table is made of wood.

{i} koru

Koru yakıldı, alevler yükseldi, ve kısa sürede bayan Askew ve arkadaş şehitleriyle ilgili geriye kalan bütün şey dökülen bir küller yığınıydı. - The wood was kindled, the flames arose, and a mouldering heap of ashes was soon all that remained of Mrs Askew and her fellow martyrs.

{i} fıçı
küçük orman
{s} tahtadan yapılmış

Ray, metal ya da tahtadan yapılmış ince ve uzun bir şeydir. Örneğin, trenler ray üzerinde gider, bu yüzden ona demir yolu treni diyoruz. - A rail is a piece of metal or wood which is long and thin. For example, a train runs on rails, which is why we call it a railway train.

Bu masa tahtadan yapılmıştır. - This table is made of wood.

ağaç

Parkın her yanı ağaçlık. - The park is well wooded.

O ağaçlığın perili olduğunu söylüyorlar. - They say that the wood is haunted.

{i} ağaç; tahta: That table's made of wood. O masa ağaçtan yapılmış. The staircase is made of wood. Merdivenler
metil ispirtosu
woods i
{i} ağaçlık

Parkın her yanı ağaçlık. - The park is well wooded.

orman haline getirmek
wood alcohol odun ispirtosu
wood coal odun kömürü
ağaçlandırmak
{i} kereste

Tom yosunlu, çürümüş keresteleri temizledi. - Tom cleared away the mossy, rotten wood.

O, bir kitaplık yapabilmesi için biraz kereste satın alıyor. - He is buying some wood so that he can make a bookcase.

mangal kömürü
odun tedarik etmek
metanol
takoz
wooded
ağaçlık

Parkın her yanı ağaçlık. - The park is well wooded.

woods
{i} orman

Vatandaşların ormana çöp dökmemeleri rica olunur. - The public is requested not to litter in these woods.

Hava güzel olursa, onlar mantar toplamak için ormana gidecek. - They will go to the woods to pick mushrooms, weather permitting.

wood carving
Ahşap oyma işi
wood bin
odunluk
wood brick
ağaç takoz
wood chips
talaş
wood chisel
(Marangozluk) ıskarpela
wood chisel
(Marangozluk) marangoz kalemi
wood coal
odunkömürü
wood floor
ahşap döşeme
wood grouse
ormanhorozu
wood grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çalıhorozu
wood lath
(Marangozluk) lala
wood paint
(Marangozluk) ahşap boyası
wood pigeon
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tahtalı
wood pile
(Marangozluk,Askeri) ahşap kazık
wood screw
ahşap civata
wood siding
(Marangozluk) ahşap kaplama
wood sorrel
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ekşiyonca
wood sorrel
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ekşi yonca
wood spirit
(Kimya) metanol
wood window
ahşap pencere
wood alcohol
metil alkol
wood ant
ağaç karıncası
wood block
ağaç kütüğü
wood drake
erkek ördek
wood duck
ördek
wood engraving
gravür sanatı
wood laurel
defne ağacı
wood lily
zambak
wood mouse
ağaç sıçanı
wood nymph
orman perisi
wood pigeon
tahtalı güvercin
wood pussy
kokarca
wood rat
ağaç faresi
wood resin
ağaç reçinesi
wood screw
ağaç vidası
wood spirit
ağaç ispirtosu
wood swallow
ağaç kırlangıcı
Wood's light
(Tıp, İlaç) Spektrumun görünür radyasyonlarını elimine eden bir filtreden geçirilmiş ışık. Floresans oluşturur ve bazı dermopatilerin tanısında kullanılır
wood aster
ahşap dalya
wood chipper
odun parçalayıcı
wood chisel
ağaç kalemi, marangoz kalemi
wood chuck
ahşap ayna
wood cock
ahşap horoz
wood cut
ağaç kesme
wood ear
ahşap kulak
wood fiber
ağaç lifi
wood flour
ağaç ünü
wood frame
ahşap çerçeve
wood grain
ahşap tahıl
wood king fisher
İzmir yalı çapkını
wood meal
odun ünü
wood paint
ahşap boyama
wood panel
Ahşap panel
wood pulp paper
odun hamurundan kağıt
wood punk
Ağacın/tahtanın çürümüş kısmı
wood saw
ağaç testeresi, odun testeresi
wood stain
Ahşap boyası
wood stain
ahşap boyama
wood sugar
odun şekeri
wood thrush
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Orman ardıcı, orman ardıç kuşu
wood thrush
ahşap pamukçuk
wood wool
ağaç pamuğu
wood work
Ağaç iş
wood yard
odun deposu
wood-fired
odun yakıtlı
wood-framed
ahşap çerçeveli
wood alcohol
metil alkol,odun ispirtosu
wood alcohol
metanol
wood alcohol
odun alkolü
wood avens
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karanfilkökü
wood base
ahşap taşıyıcı sistem
wood base
ağaç taşıyıcı dizge
wood block
tahta kalıp
wood block
kütük
wood block
gravür
wood block
(İnşaat) ahşap taslak
wood carver
ağaç oymacısı
wood carving
ağaç oymacılığı
wood carving
ağaç oyma işi
wood cellulose
(Tekstil) ağaç selülozu
wood coal
ağaç kömürü
wood engraver
{i} ağaç oymacısı
wood engraver
{i} oymacı
wood engraving
ağaç oymacılığı
wood engraving
gravürcülük
wood fiber
ağaç ipçiği
wood fiber
(Marangozluk) odun lifi
wood flaw
(Marangozluk) kereste kusuru
wood float
tahta mala
wood flour
ahşap unu
wood flour
(Marangozluk,Teknik) ağaç unu
wood flour
odun unu
wood flour
(Marangozluk) testere talaşı
wood form
ahşap kalıp
wood frame construction
(Tekstil) ahşap çerçeve
wood fungus
(Marangozluk) ağaç mantarı
wood garlic
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) keskin kokulu bir yabani bitki
wood gas
(Endüstri) odun gazı
wood girder
ağaç taşıyıcı
wood girder
ağaç kiriş
wood girder
ahşap kiriş
wood glue
tutkal
wood grouse
orman horozu
wood ibis
sarı gagalı leylek
wood joint
ağaç birleşimi
wood joint
ağaç bağlantısı
wood joint
ahşap birleştirme
wood joint
ahşap bağlantısı
wood kingfisher
yalıçapkını
wood louse
(isim) tesbih böceği
wood louse
{i} tesbih böceği
wood mouse
ormansıçanı
wood mouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) orman sıçanı
wood mouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) orman faresi
wood naphtha
odun alkolü
wood nymph
sinekkuşu
wood paving
(Marangozluk) ağaç kaplanması
wood pipe
(Marangozluk) ahşap boru
wood pipe
(Marangozluk) ağaç boru
wood polish
ahşap cila
wood polish
ahşap cilası
wood pore
ağaç gözeneği
wood pulp
kâğıt hamuru
wood pulp
ağaç hamuru
wood roof
ağaç çatı
wood sage
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) güvercinotu
wood sage
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) mineçiçeği
wood saw
(Marangozluk) ahşap testeresi
wood saw
ağaç testeresi
wood saw
(Marangozluk) odun testeresi
wood shavings
{i} talaş
wood shavings
{i} ağaç talaşı
wood spirit
metil alkol
wood tar
odun katranı
wood tar
(Marangozluk) ağaç katranı
wood tick
kene
wood tile
(Marangozluk) tahta kiremit
wood tile
(Marangozluk) ağaç kiremit
wood turner
ağaç tornacısı
wood wolle
(Tekstil) ağaç yünü
wood wool
(Marangozluk) ağaç yünü
wood wool
(isim) ağaç pamuğu
wood's glass
(Tıp) Mantar hastalıklarının ortaya çıkarılmasına yarayan özel bir cam
woods
(isim) orman
babe in the wood
(Konuşma Dili) bebe
cock of the wood
ormanhorozu
drift wood
kütük yüzdürme
dry wood
(Marangozluk) kuru kereste
dry wood
(Marangozluk) kurutulmuş kereste
interior wood door frame
ahşap içi kapı kasası
knock on wood
(deyim) tahtaya vur

Rüyamızın gerçek olması için tahtaya vuralım. - Let's knock on wood so that our dream will come true.

knock on wood
(deyim) şeytan kulağına kurşun
natural wood
doğal ahşap
piece of wood
tahta
resinous wood
çıra
solid wood parquet
(Marangozluk) masif ahşap parke
speckled wood
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) karanlık orman esmeri
wood pigeon
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tahta güvercini
wooded
ağaçlandırılmış
woods
küçük orman
woods
koru
Brazil wood
bakkam ağacı
Brazil wood
kızılağaç
chestnut tree wood
kestane ağacı kerestesi
kindling wood
çıra
wooded
ağaçlı

Parkın her yanı ağaçlık. - The park is well wooded.

wooded
ormanlık

Bu, yoğun ormanlık bir alandır. - This is a heavily wooded area.

wooded
ağaçlarla kaplı
wooded
{f} ağaçlandır
wood chip
ağaç yongası
the wood
tahta nefesli çalgı
wood pigeon
üveyik
wood pulp
odun hamuru
wooded
odunlu
wooded
ağaçlı/odunlu
wooding
odun temin etme
wooding
kereste sağlama
Englisch - Englisch
An English occupational surname for a woodsman
An English topographic surname for someone who lived in or near a wood
A woodwind instrument
A type of golf club, the head of which was traditionally made of wood
To cover or plant with trees
The substance making up the central part of the trunk and branches of a tree. Used as a material for construction, to manufacture various items, etc. or as fuel
Firewood
As the previous but referring to wood of a particular species

Teak is much used for outdoor benches, but a number of other woods are also suitable, such as ipé, redwood, etc.

An erection

That girl at the strip club gave me wood.

Made of wood

Is it made of wood or metal? - Is this made out of wood or metal?

A forested or wooded area, most often used in the plural

He got lost in the woods beyond Seattle.

Mad, insane, crazed
{n} a place filled with timber, a collection of growing trees, the harder parts of trees
If something or someone is not out of the woods yet, they are still having difficulties or problems. The nation's economy is not out of the woods yet
Syn: Xylem The tissues of the stem, branches, and roots of a woody plant lying between the pith and cambium, serving for water conduction, mechanical strength, and food storage, and characterized by the presence of tracheids or vessels
1) In handicapping, the number of pins given; 2) in scoring, the number of pins knocked down; 3) general reference to a pin or pins
A club normally used for distance shots It can be made of wood, metal, or graphite
Wooden dolls date back to primitive folk art pieces These charming dolls were often intricately carved from basswood or linden woods They were produced by hand carving, molding or turning
The fibrous material which makes up the greater part of the stems and branches of trees and shrubby plants, and is found to a less extent in herbaceous stems
A large and thick collection of trees; a forest or grove; frequently used in the plural
To supply with wood, or get supplies of wood for; as, to wood a steamboat or a locomotive
Another term for "saddle" click on pictures for larger views
originally a club with a wooden head, relatively little loft and a long handle used for driving the ball and/or hitting long shots Now most "woods" are mad with a metal compound Example: "The 3 most common woods are driver (1 wood), 3 wood and 5 wood "
(1) n The hard, fibrous substance within the bark which makes up the major portion of the stems and branches of trees (2) adj Describes plants which have wood in their stems and branches Tree, shrubs and some vines are woody plants
Few wooden objects have survived except in waterlogged conditions The earliest specimen of a wooden object is a yew spear (36 7 cm in length) from lower Palaeolithic at Clacton-on-Sea, Essex and dates from about 250,000 years ago
{i} lumber; forest; log; firewood; wooden block; wooden musical instrument; type of golf club
Wood is one of the most important materials Akan use in their arts to express their thoughts Wood is used to carve various items for household use as well as for ceremonial uses Among the household items that are carved from wood include adwa (stool), akuaba (doll), dua afe (comb), poma (staff) to be used by okyeame (spokesperson or linguist) for either the abusua (family) or ohene (King)
the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
To grow mad; to act like a madman; to mad
English writer of novels about murders and thefts and forgeries (1814-1887)
Don't cry [or halloo] till you are out of the wood Do not rejoice for having escaped danger till the danger has passed away
To take or get a supply of wood
the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area
{f} forest, cover or plant with trees; supply wood for; equip oneself with firewood (wood up)
Includes purchased wood, wood cut by household members on their property or elsewhere, driftwood, sawmill or construction scraps, or the like
The solid interior of a tree
a golf club with a long shaft used to hit long shots; originally made with a wooden head; metal woods are now available
Another name for a Bowl
(e g , "driver or 1 wood, fairway woods, utility woods," and so on) originally a club with a wooden head, relatively little loft and a long handle used for driving the ball and/or hitting long shots (now most "woods" are metal ) Example: The 3 most common woods are driver (1 wood), 3 wood and 5 wood
your neck of the woods: see neck can't see the wood for the trees: see tree. American military leader and colonial administrator who was chief of staff of the U.S. Army (1910-1914) and governor-general of the Philippines (1921-1927). Hard, fibrous material formed by the accumulation of secondary xylem produced by the vascular cambium. It is the principal strengthening tissue found in the stems and roots of trees and shrubs. Wood forms around a central core (pith) in a series of concentric layers called growth rings. A cross section of wood shows the distinction between heartwood and sapwood. Heartwood, the central portion, is darker and composed of xylem cells that are no longer active in the life processes of the tree. Sapwood, the lighter area surrounding the heartwood, contains actively conducting xylem cells. Wood is one of the most abundant and versatile natural materials on earth, and unlike coal, ores, and petroleum, is renewable with proper care. The most widely used woods come from two groups of trees: the conifers, or softwoods (e.g., pine, spruce, fir), and the broadleaves, or hardwoods (e.g., oak, walnut, maple). Trees classified as hardwoods are not necessarily harder than softwoods (e.g., balsa, a hardwood, is one of the softest woods). Density and moisture content affect the strength of wood; in addition to load-bearing strength, other variable factors often tested include elasticity and toughness. Wood is insulating to heat and electricity and has desirable acoustical properties. Some identifying physical characteristics of wood include colour, odour, texture, and grain (the direction of the wood fibres). Some 10,000 different wood products are commercially available, ranging from lumber and plywood to paper, from fine furniture to toothpicks. Chemically derived products from wood and wood residues include cellophane, charcoal, dyestuffs, explosives, lacquers, and turpentine. Wood is also used for fuel in many parts of the world. wood alcohol Annie Wood wood runner wood mouse Halifax Edward Frederick Lindley Wood 1st earl of Johnson Robert Wood petrified wood wood louse Wood Buffalo National Park wood duck Wood family wood rat wood thrush wood warbler Wood Grant Wood Leonard Wood Natalie Muir Woods National Monument Woods Lake of the Woods Tiger Eldrick Woods Bretton Woods Conference
United States film actress (1938-1981)
scientifically called xylem It's the stuff trees are mostly made of
A secondary tissue found in seed plants which consists largely of xylem tissue
any wind instrument other than the brass instruments
Tough fibrous substance obtain from a tree
a golf club with a long shaft used to hit long shots; originally made with a wooden head; metal woods are now available United States painter noted for works based on life in the Midwest (1892-1942) English writer of novels about murders and thefts and forgeries (1814-1887) English conductor (1869-1944) United States film actress (1938-1981) the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
The substance of trees and the like; the hard fibrous substance which composes the body of a tree and its branches, and which is covered by the bark; timber
{s} wooden, made from wood; of wood (material); of a forest
As the previous but referring to a particular wood, i.e. a wood that is recognized as such in the trade. "Teak is much used for outdoor benches, but a number of other woods are also suitable, such as ipé, redwood, etc"
Hu wouldv Past tense of 'will' Ex 'Wood you pass the catnip, pleeze?'
A type of golf club the head of which is frequently made of wood
A wood is a fairly large area of trees growing near each other. You can refer to one or several of these areas as woods, and this is the usual form in American English. After dinner Alice slipped away for a walk in the woods with Artie About a mile to the west of town he came upon a large wood. see also dead wood
A Club used to hit the ball longer distances than irons Used mainly from tee off blocks, but also used on the course
The trunks or main stems of trees as suitable for architectural and other purposes
United States painter noted for works based on life in the Midwest (1892-1942)
You can say `touch wood' in British English, or `knock on wood' in American English, to indicate that you hope to have good luck in something you are doing, usually after saying that you have been lucky with it so far. She's never even been to the doctor's, touch wood Touch wood, I've been lucky enough to avoid any other serious injuries
English conductor (1869-1944)
Wood is the material which forms the trunks and branches of trees. Their dishes were made of wood There was a smell of damp wood and machine oil. a short piece of wood
A forested or wooded area, most often used in the plural: "he got lost in the woods beyond Seattle"
1)A pin or pins; 2)the number of pins knocked down; 3)the number of pins given to a bowler as a handicap
It consists of elongated tubular or needle-shaped cells of various kinds, usually interwoven with the shinning bands called silver grain
Trees cut or sawed for the fire or other uses
To supply or cover with trees
lumber, as in: The book said wood floors look nice and last a long time
Mad; insane; possessed; rabid; furious; frantic
Clubs used for long range shots Traditionally made with wooden head they are now mostly made with metal alloy heads
Because clean and dry wood ladders are nonconductive, they offer a margin of safety when working near electricity They also offer a natural firm grip for the worker's feet and hands However, wood ladders are heavy A pleasing traditional look, wide availability and outstanding economy are among wood ladders' strongest attributes
wode
wd
timber
wood alcohol
The compound methyl alcohol or methanol
wood anemone
Used as a common name of two plant species of the family Ranunculaceae, Anemone nemorosa and Anemone quinquefolia
wood anemone
A parallel name for snowdrop windflower (Anemone sylvestris)
wood anemones
plural form of wood anemone
wood block
a woodcut
wood block
a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow block of wood struck with a drumstick
wood carving
A carved wooden object
wood carving
The art of carving wood to make decorative objects
wood cudweed
A weedy plant, Gnaphalium sylvaticum, found in the North Temperate Zone
wood drake
a male wood duck
wood duck
A colorful North American duck, Aix sponsa, that nests in hollow trees
wood ducks
plural form of wood duck
wood ear
an edible fungus in the genus Auricula
wood fern
A kind of shield fern, genus Dryopteris
wood ferns
plural form of wood fern
wood flour
Finely pulverized wood with a sand-like consistency
wood garlic
ramsons
wood grouses
plural form of wood grouse
wood horsetail
A plant in the taxonomic genus Equisetum (horsetails); Equisetum sylvaticum
wood horsetails
plural form of wood horsetail
wood lemming
A species of lemming, Myopus schisticolor
wood lemmings
plural form of wood lemming
wood lot
An area of land used for the growing of timber
wood lots
plural form of wood lot
wood mice
plural form of wood mouse
wood mouse
a European rodent, Apodemus sylvaticus, that tends to live in hedgerows
wood oil
An oil made from the gurjan tree
wood oil
Any sort of oil made from wood
wood parenchyma
the vertical and usually axially arranged parenchyma of the xylem that is believed to function chiefly in carbohydrate storage
wood pigeons
plural form of wood pigeon
wood processing
An engineering discipline comprising the production of forest products, such as pulp and paper, construction materials, and tall oil
wood pulp
pulp made from wood (most often softwood, but sometimes hardwood) that is used to make paper
wood pussies
plural form of wood pussy
wood sandpiper
A Eurasian species of small wader birds, (Tringa glareola), that is the smallest of the shanks
wood sandpipers
plural form of wood sandpiper
wood screw
A screw designed for a wood or a similar material, with a point, a relatively coarse thread, a thick shank, and, usually, an unthreaded portion of the shank at the head end
wood sorrel
a white-flowered woodland plant, Oxalis acetosella
wood sorrel
any of several other species of the genus Oxalis
wood sorrels
plural form of wood sorrel
wood spirit
Methanol, a type of alcohol
wood spirit
A dryad or other spiritual being associated to forests, woods, or trees
wood spirits
plural form of wood spirit: spiritual beings associated with woods
wood spirits
Methanol, a type of alcohol
wood strawberry
The European wild strawberry, Fragaria vesca
wood turtle
a rather large type of turtle, Glyptemys insculpta, usually found in wooded areas near water
wood wasps
plural form of wood wasp
wood-alcohol
Alternative spelling of wood alcohol
wood-copper
The mineral olivenite
wood-elf
A nature spirit of trees or woodland which is revered in Heathenry
wood-oil
Alternative form of wood oil
wood-pulp
Alternative spelling of wood pulp
wood-wroth
mad with anger
Wood's lamp
(Tıp, İlaç) A Wood's lamp is a diagnostic tool used in dermatology by which ultraviolet light is shone (at a wavelength of approximately 365 nanometers) onto the skin of the patient; a technician then observes any subsequent fluorescence. For example, porphyrins — associated with some skin diseases — will fluoresce pink
Wood's light
(Tıp, İlaç) 1. A Wood's lamp: A diagnostic tool used in dermatology by which ultraviolet light is shone (at a wavelength of approximately 365 nanometers) onto the skin of the patient; a technician then observes any subsequent fluorescence. For example, porphyrins — associated with some skin diseases — will fluoresce pink. 2. Ultraviolet radiation produced by a Wood's lamp
wood stain
A commercially produced substance for colouring wood
Wood Buffalo National Park
Park, western Canada. Situated between Athabasca and Great Slave lakes, it was established in 1922; it occupies an area of 17,300 sq mi (44,807 sq km). The world's largest park, it is a vast region of forests and plains, crossed by the Peace River and dotted with lakes. The habitat of the largest remaining herd of wood buffalo (bison) on the North American continent, as well as of bear, caribou, moose, and beaver, it also provides nesting grounds for the endangered whooping crane
Wood family
English family of Staffordshire potters, a major force in the development of Staffordshire wares from peasant pottery to an organized industry. Its most prominent members were Ralph Wood (1715-72), his brother Aaron (1717-85), and his son Ralph, Jr. (1748-95). Ralph, Jr., was related through his mother to Josiah Wedgwood, and the two names were often linked professionally. The elder Ralph became famous for his extremely well-modeled figures with coloured glazes, and he is credited with introducing the Toby mug. Ralph, Jr., produced a variety of figures, colouring them with enamel rather than glazes, and supplied some of them to Wedgwood. Aaron's son William (1746-1808) was employed as a modeler by Wedgwood. His brilliant brother Enoch (1759-1840) apprenticed with Wedgwood but by 1783 was established as an independent potter in partnership with his cousin Ralph, Jr. In 1818 he continued his firm as Enoch Wood & Sons. Much of his earthenware was exported to the U.S. The firm closed in 1846. See also Staffordshire figure
wood alcohol
methyl alcohol (Chemistry)
wood anemone
Either of two plants, Anemone quinquefolia of eastern North America or A. nemorosa of Eurasia, having deeply divided leaves and a solitary, showy, white to crimson flower
wood anemone
European anemone with solitary white flowers common in deciduous woodlands common anemone of eastern North America with solitary pink-tinged white flowers
wood ant
reddish-brown European ant typically living in anthills in woodlands
wood aster
any of several asters of eastern North America usually growing in woods
wood block
engraving consisting of a block of wood with a design cut into it; used to make prints
wood block
rectangular piece of wood
wood carving
A wood carving is a decorative piece of wood that has been carved in an artistic way
wood chisel
a chisel for working wood; it is either struck with a mallet or pushed by hand
wood coal
fossilized wood
wood coal
lignite: intermediate between peat and bituminous coal
wood coal
charcoal: a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air
wood drake
male wood duck
wood duck
A brightly colored American duck (Aix sponsa) that nests in hollow trees and the male of which is noted for its large crest. North American duck (Aix sponsa, family Anatidae); a popular game bird. Wood ducks, 17-21 in. (43-52 cm) long, nest in a tree cavity up to 50 ft (15 m) off the ground; they have long-clawed toes for perching. Both sexes have a head crest in winter. The beautifully coloured male has a purple and green head, red-brown breast flecked with white, and bronze sides; the female has a white eye ring and duller colouring. Ducklings eat aquatic insects and other small organisms; adults prefer acorns or other nuts. Hunted nearly to extinction for its flesh and feathers, it has been restored to healthy populations by strong conservation efforts
wood duck
showy North American duck that nests in hollow trees
wood ear
mushroom that grows on trees and fallen tree trunks and used in Chinese cooking, tree ear
wood ear
A mushroom of the genus Auricularia that grows on fallen tree trunks, used in cooking. Also called cloud ear, tree ear
wood engraver
{i} person who engraves on wood; type of small beetles (Zoology)
wood fern
any of various ferns of the genus Dryopteris
wood fibre
most important elemnt in pulp and paper
wood frog
A North American frog (Rana sylvatica) that inhabits damp woodlands and has a brown masklike patch running from snout to ears
wood gatherer
one whose job is to collect logs for building a fire
wood grain
texture of fibers in wood
wood grouse
capercaillie, large black European grouse
wood gum
Xylan
wood hoopoe
Any of several tropical and southern African birds of the family Phoenoculidae, similar to the hoopoe but having metallic plumage, long graduated tails, and no crest
wood hoopoe
tropical African bird having metallic blackish plumage but no crest
wood horsetail
Eurasia except southern Russia; northern North America
wood hyacinth
A European squill (Scilla nonscripta) having a scape bearing a raceme of drooping blue, purple, white, or sometimes pink, bell-shaped flowers
wood ibis
Any of several large, mainly white wading birds of the subfamily Mycteriinae, related to and resembling the storks, especially the New World species Mycteria americana, which inhabits wooded areas of tropical and subtropical America. Also called flinthead, wood stork
wood ibis
American stork resembling the true ibises in having a downward-curved bill; inhabits wooded swamps of New World tropics Old World wood ibis
wood lily
lily of eastern North America having orange to orange-red purple-spotted flowers
wood lot
{i} area of land for growing trees
wood louse
{i} (British) potato bug
wood meadowgrass
slender European grass of shady places; grown also in northeastern America and temperate Asia
wood mint
American herb of genus Blephilia with more or less hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or bluish flowers
wood mouse
any of various New World woodland mice
wood mouse
A mouse, such as a deer mouse, that commonly lives in woodlands
wood nails
{i} nails that are suitable for fastening wood
wood nettle
American perennial herb found in rich woods and provided with stinging hairs; provides fibers used for textiles
wood nymph
spirit of the forest; forest butterfly
wood partridge
Any of several small partridges of Java, Sumatra, Borneo, and neighboring regions belonging to the genera Caloperdix, Rollulus, and Melanoperdix
wood partridge
The Canada grouse
wood pewee
Either of two small pewees, Contopus virens of the eastern United States or C. sordidulus of western North America, living in wooded areas
wood pigeon
A large pigeon (Columba palumbus) of Europe and Asia, having a white band on each wing. Also called ringdove
wood pigeon
Eurasian pigeon with white patches on wings and neck
wood pigeon
{i} European pigeon with white patches that form a ring round the neck
wood pulp
Fibrous material prepared from wood or recovered waste paper for use in manufacturing paper or cellulose products
wood pulp
wood that has been ground to a pulp; used in making cellulose products (as rayon or paper)
wood pulp
Wood pulp is wood that has been cut up into small pieces and crushed. Wood pulp is used to make paper. Pulp made from wood, used especially to make paper. wood crushed into a soft mass, used for making paper
wood pulp
wood transformed to pulp for making paper
wood pulp
Mechanical or chemical pulp of more or less even consistency; chemical pulp, mechanical pulp, refiner mechanical pulp
wood pulp
Fiber from wood with varying degrees of purification that is used for the production of paper, paper board, and chemical products
wood pulp
Mechanically ground or chemically digested wood used to manufacture paper or fiberboard
wood pulp
Wood which has been reduced, chemically or mechanically, to a fine powdered substance called pulp
wood pussy
A skunk
wood rabbit
common small rabbit of North America having grayish or brownish fur and a tail with a white underside; a host for Ixodes pacificus and Ixodes scapularis (Lyme disease ticks)
wood rat
or pack rat Any of 22 species (genus Neotoma, family Cricetidae) of rodents that are nocturnal vegetarians of North and Central American deserts, forests, and mountains. Wood rats are buff, gray, or reddish brown, usually with white undersides and feet. They have large ears and are 9-19 in. (23-47 cm) long, including the 3-9-in. (8-24-cm) furry tail. The nest, up to 3 ft (1 m) across and usually built of twigs or cactus, is placed in a protected spot (e.g., under a rock ledge). Wood rats are sometimes called pack rats because they collect material to deposit in their dens
wood rat
any of various small short-tailed rodents of the northern hemisphere having soft fur gray above and white below with well-furred tails and large ears; some are hosts for Ixodes pacificus and Ixodes scapularis (Lyme disease ticks)
wood sage
European germander with one-sided racemes of yellow flowers; naturalized in North America
wood screw
screw that is suitable to be used in wood
wood shavings
{i} curly wood shavings used for packing or stuffing, excelsior
wood sorrel
oxalis: any plant or flower of the genus Oxalis
wood spirit
methyl alcohol, methanol, wood alcohol; supernatural being having no body or form believed to live in the forest
wood spurge
European perennial herb with greenish yellow terminal flower clusters
wood stork
American stork resembling the true ibises in having a downward-curved bill; inhabits wooded swamps of New World tropics
wood stork
Old World wood ibis
wood stork
{i} American stork that resembles the ibis found in wooded marshes; wood ibis
wood stove
wood stove wood stoves in AM, also use woodstove A wood stove is a device that burns wood in order to heat a room
wood sugar
a sugar extracted from wood or straw; used in foods for diabetics
wood swallow
Australasian and Asiatic bird related to the shrikes and resembling a swallow
wood tar
A viscous black fluid that is a byproduct of the destructive distillation of wood and is used in pitch, preservatives, and medicines
wood tar
any tar obtained by the destructive distillation of wood
wood thrush
large thrush common in eastern American woodlands; noted for its melodious song
wood thrush
A large plump thrush (Hylocichla mustelina) of wooded areas of eastern North America, having a reddish-brown head and a spotted cream-colored breast. One of the 11 species of thrushes (in the genus Hylocichla, or Catharus) called nightingale thrushes because of their rich songs. H. mustelina is common in eastern U.S. broadleaf forests; it is 8 in. (20 cm) long and has drab, spotted plumage and a rusty-colored head
wood tick
Any of various ticks of the genus Dermacentor, that live in or on wood and transmit the microorganism that causes Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia in humans
wood tick
common tick that can transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia
wood tick
Any one of several species of ticks of the genus Ixodes whose young cling to bushes, but quickly fasten themselves upon the bodies of any animal with which they come in contact
wood tick
When they attach themselves to the human body they often produce troublesome sores
wood tick
The common species of the Northern United States is Ixodes unipunctata
wood vise
a vise with jaws that are padded in order to hold lumber without denting it
wood warbler
Any of about 120 species of lively North and Central American songbirds in the family Parulidae. Wood warblers superficially resemble the true warblers of the Old World but are usually more brightly coloured (at least in the breeding season) and smaller (about 5 in. [13 cm] long). They commonly inhabit woodlands and sometimes marshes and dry scrub. Their songs are buzzy and monotonous. The usual nest is a tidy cup in a bush or tree. They lay two to five speckled eggs. See also blackpoll warbler; chat; redstart
wood warbler
European woodland warbler with dull yellow plumage
wood waxen
Same as Woadwaxen
wood wind
instruments made of wood
wood winds
section of a band or orchestra comprised of woodwind instruments; woodwind instruments as a group
wood wool
{i} long and fine wood shavings; wood fibre which is not compressed and prepared in a special manner for surgical dressings
wood's metal
a fusible bismuth-base alloy; melts at about 160 degrees Fahrenheit
wood-burning stove
A wood-burning stove is the same as a wood stove
wood-carving
sculpture made from wood
wood-frog
wide-ranging light-brown frog of moist North American woodlands especially spruce
wood-sorrel
type of wild plant, plant with a sour-tasting stalk
Madagascar wood rail
a bird from the family Rallidae
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von wood im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

wood metali
wood's metal
wood ışığı lambası
(Aydınlatma) black light lamp
wood ışığı lambası
(Aydınlatma) wood's glass lamp
wood-anderson sismografı
(Çevre) wood-anderson seismograph
wood
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