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Englisch - Türkisch
(Gıda) şıra
{i} arpa mayası
{i} bitki
st. john's wort
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) mayasıl otu
st. john's wort
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kantaron
st. john's wort
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kan otu
St. John's Wort
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kantaron otu
st john's wort
Binbirdelik otu
st john's wort
sarı kantaron, binbirdelik otu (Hypericum perforatum)
money's wort
parasına değer
Englisch - Englisch
any of various plants or herbs. The word is usually used in combination to refer to specific plants, e.g. St. John’s wort; however, it may be used on its own as a generic term
liquid extract from the ground malt and grain soaked in hot water, the mash, as one of the steps in making beer
{n} ale or beer not fermented, an herb
A plant of any kind
The Middle English word for plant From the Old English, wyrt, "root, herb, plant " A common component in BWCA plant names Wort list
A sugar solution derived from grain by mashing and sparging
unfermented beer; sweet wort: wort without added hops; bitter wort: wort in which hops have been added
Unfermented beer
Beer that has already been mashed but doesn't have yeast in it yet
{i} fermenting or unfermented malt; infusion of malt fermenting into beer; any plant or herb or vegetable or root (generally used in combination such as: "figwort", "mugwort", "liverwort", "milkwort"); plant similar to cabbage
This is what you have after you mash the malt and boil the hops and before you ferment it into beer
The sweet liquid that comes from mashing Unfermented beer
any of various plants or herbs
A plant. Often used in combination: liverwort; milkwort. An infusion of malt that is fermented to make beer
An infusion of malt which is unfermented, or is in the act of fermentation; the sweet infusion of malt, which ferments and forms beer; hence, any similar liquid in a state of incipient fermentation
An archaic word for herb
The sweet sugar solution obtained by mashing the malt (sweet wort); the hopped sugar solution before pitching (bitter wort)
The liquid produced from filtering mash The liquid prior and during fermentation
Sweet liquid obtained by mixing grist with hot water in a mash-tun and extracting
The sweet liquid derived from mashing, or mixing malted barley with water Wort is the beginning of all beers
usually used in combination: `liverwort'; `milkwort'; `whorlywort'
The solution of malt sugars, proteins, and other substances that is produced by mashing
The sweet liquid derived from heating the malted barley with water and hops Wort is the beginning of all beers
[source: www dictionary com] An infusion of malt which is unfermented, or is in the act of fermentation; the sweet infusion of malt, which ferments and forms beer; hence, any similar liquid in a state of incipient fermentation Note: Wort consists essentially of a dilute solution of sugar, which by fermentation produces alcohol and carbon dioxide
An oatmeal-like substance consisting of water and mash barley in which soluble starch has been turned into fermentable sugar during the mashing process The liquid remaining from a brewing mash preparation following the filtration of fermentable beer
unfermented or fermenting malt usually used in combination: `liverwort'; `milkwort'; `whorlywort'
A sweet liquid that becomes beer once yeast has been added
The liquid solution is called wort before it is fermented into beer
The filtrate of malted grains used as the substrate for the production of beer and ale by fermentation
A German word actually pronounced vert Wort is essentially unfermented beer
unfermented or fermenting malt
St John's wort
Any of several plants, of the genus Hypericum, that have yellow flowers and traditionally ward off evil
ıron wort
{n} a plant, base horehound
St. John's Wort
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) St John's wort is the plant species Hypericum perforatum, and is also known as Tipton's Weed, Chase-devil, or Klamath weed
st. john's wort
A herbaceous plant or shrub with distinctive yellow five-petalled flowers and paired oval leaves (Genus Hypericum). So named because some species come into flower near the feast day of St John the Baptist (24 June)
Saint John's wort
{i} plant having five-petaled yellow flowers
Common name for plants in the family Hypericaceae, which contains 350 species of herbs or low shrubs in eight genera. The family is sometimes considered part of the family Guttiferae. The majority of species (about 300) belong to the genus Hypericum. Their leaves are opposite or whorled, dotted with glands, and usually have smooth margins. Several species are cultivated in temperate regions for their handsome flowers. H. perforatum, a showy golden flower grown in both the Old and New Worlds whose buds contain a red oil, has long been credited with magical and medicinal powers; today it is being widely used and studied for its possible efficacy against depression
common st john's wort
deciduous bushy Eurasian shrub with golden yellow flowers and reddish-purple fruits from which a soothing salve is made in Spain
creeping st john's wort
creeping evergreen shrub with bright yellow star-shaped summer flowers; useful as ground cover
great st john's wort
perennial shrub having large star-shaped yellow flowers in narrowly pyramidal cymes
marsh st-john's wort
perennial marsh herb with pink to mauve flowers; southeastern United States
saw wort
{i} European plant that has jagged edge leaves that produce a yellow dye
shrubby st john's wort
stiff shrub having oblong entire leaves and dense cymes of yellow flowers
st john's wort
any of numerous plants of the genus Hypericum having yellow flowers and transparently dotted leaves; traditionally gathered on St John's eve to ward off evil
st peter's wort
European perennial St John's wort; Ireland and France to western Siberia
plural of wort