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İngilizce - Türkçe

Hangisi ilk olarak geldi? Yumurta mı yoksa tavuk mu? - What came first? The egg or the hen?

Yarım düzine yumurta aldım. - I bought half a dozen eggs.

{i} eşek şakası
{f} teşvik etmek
teşvik etme
egg timer yumurtanın kaynama zamanını ölçmekte kullanılan saat gibi bir alet
{i} torpido
argo herif
{f} tahrik etmek
yumurta biçiminde herhangi bir şey
{f} kışkırtmak

Kışkırtmak vandallığın bir şeklidir. - Egging is a form of vandalism.

egg white yumurta akı
(Tıp) Bakınız: Ovum
{f} on tahrik etmek, kışkırtmak
{i} bomba
egg on
egg on
tahrik etmek
egg shaped
yumurta biçimli
egg yolk
yumurtanın sarısı
egg beater
yumurta çırpma teli
egg cell
yumurta hücresi
egg incubator
kuluçka makinesi
egg laying mammals
yumurtlayan memeliler
egg membrane
yumurta zarı
egg on
dolduruşa getirmek
egg on
egg on to
egg on to be
egg sb on
egg sb on
ısrar etmek
egg white
yumurta akı
egg yolk
yumurta beyazı
yumurta biçimli
egg and dart
yumurta ve dart
egg beater
yumurta çırpıcı
egg carton
Yumurta kartonu
egg cup
yumurta fincan
egg head
yumurta kafa
egg hunt
yumurta avı
egg laying
egg me on
yumurta bana
egg nog
yumurta takoz
egg on his face
Yüzünde yumurta
egg plant
egg race
yumurta yarışı
egg roll
yumurta roll
egg salad
yumurta salatası
egg sb on
dolduruşa getirmek, gaza getirmek, fitil vermek, cesaretlendirmek
egg shaped
egg shaped
yumurta şeklinde
egg someone on
birisine gaz vermek
egg tooth
yumurta diş
egg tray
Yumurta kartonu, yumurta konan delikli karton
egg wash
yumurta yıkama
egg yolks
yumurta sarısı
yumurta şeklinde
egg coal
yumurta şeklinde kömür
egg flip
(isim) yumurtalı kokteyl
egg flip
{i} yumurtalı kokteyl
egg nog
yumurtalı kokteyl
egg on
teşvik etmek
egg on
(deyim) egg someone on [kd] kiskirtmek,israr etmek
egg shaped
(sıfat) yumurta şeklinde
egg size
(Denizbilim) yumurta büyüklüğü
egg whisk
(isim) yumurta çırpacağı
egg whisk
{i} yumurta çırpacağı
egg yolk
yumurta sarısı

Yumurta sarısı önemli A vitamini kaynaklarından biridir. - Egg yolk is one of the major sources of vitamin A.

Tom'un yumurta sarısı yiyip yemediği kimin umrunda? - Who cares whether Tom eats egg yolks or not.

free range egg
Açık alanda yemlenmiş tavuk yumurtası

Yumurtaları sevmediğimi biliyorsun. - You know that I don't like eggs.

Yumurtaları kaynar suyun içine koyun. - Put the eggs into the boiling water.

nest egg
boiled egg
(Gıda) haşlanmış yumurta
yumurta atılmış
yumurta atma
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) böcek yumurtaları
fertilised egg
(Biyoloji,Tıp) döllenmiş yumurta
medium boiled egg
(Gıda) kayısı yumurta
Easter egg
paskalya yumurtası
a bad egg
itin teki
a bad egg
kendisine güvenilmeyen
a bad egg
sözünde durmayan
abnormal egg
kusurlu yumurta
addled egg
cılk yumurta
baked egg
fırında yumurta
boiled egg
rafadan yumurta
coddled egg
haşlanmış yumurta
darning egg
örgü yumurtası
fried egg
kızarmış yumurta

İki tane kızarmış yumurta ve kahve, lütfen. - Two fried eggs and coffee, please.

Masada üzerinde üç kızarmış yumurta bulunan bir tabak vardı. - On the table, there was a plate with three fried eggs on it.

fried egg
sahanda yumurta

Kahvaltı için domuz pastırmalı sahanda yumurta istiyor musun? - Do you want fried eggs with bacon for breakfast?

Bugünkü kahvaltım: peynirli tost üzerine sahanda yumurta. - For my breakfast today: fried egg on toast with cheese.

goose egg
hard boiled egg
çok kaynamış yumurta
hard-boiled egg
lop yumurta
hatching egg
kuluçkalık yumurta
have egg on one's face
mosmor olmak
incubating egg
kuluçkalık yumurta
incubating egg
kuıuçkalık yumurta
lay an egg
fiyasko vermek
nest egg
nest egg
soft boiled egg
rafadan yumurta
a bad egg
Ciğeri beş para etmez adam
bad egg
kokmuş yumurta
chicken and egg situation
(Felsefe) "Yumurta mi tavuktan, tavuk mu yumurtadan çıkmıştır?" ikilemi
covered with or dipped in egg
kaplı veya yumurta bandırılmış
egg white
yumurta beyazı
have egg on one's face
bir yüzünde yumurta var
hens egg
tavuk yumurta
scrambled egg
Sahanda yumurta
the chicken and the egg situation
(Felsefe) "Yumurta mi tavuktan, tavuk mu yumurtadan çıkmıştır?" ikilemi
the egg
Türkçe - Türkçe

egg teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

Egg white
yumurta beyazı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A foolish or obnoxious person

Shut up, you egg!.

Something shaped like an egg, such as an Easter egg or a chocolate egg
A person of Caucasian (Western) ancestry, who has a strong desire to learn about and immerse him- or herself in East Asian culture, and/or such a person who is perceived as behaving as if he or she were Asian
An approximately spherical or ellipsoidal body produced by birds, snakes, insects and other animals housing the embryo during its development
To dip in or coat with beaten egg (cooking)
To encourage, incite
A swelling on one's head, usually large or noticeable, associated with an injury
The contents of one or more (hen's usually) eggs as a culinary ingredient, etc

I also determine the minimal amount of egg required to make good mayonnaise.

To throw eggs at
The female primary cell, the ovum
The egg of a domestic fowl as an item of food
{v} to incite, spur on
{n} the production or seed of fowls and insects
{f} urge, goad, press, encourage
female birds oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food coat with beaten egg; "egg a schnitzel" throw eggs at
It consists of a yolk, usually surrounded by the "white" or albumen, and inclosed in a shell or strong membrane
An egg is a roundish object produced by a female animal which contains or grows into its young Female echidnas, platypuses, emus, parrots, pelicans, wedge-tailed eagles, crocodiles, turtles, Lake Eyre Dragons, sea dragons, frogs, butterflies, ants and spiders lay eggs
Is an abbreviation for eggdrop
n telur
With some myths the beginning of creation began with an egg This is also a symbol of the soul
oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food
or albumen, and inclosed in a shell or strong membrane
An early stage of growth (see cocoon)
An egg is an oval object that is produced by a female bird and which contains a baby bird. Other animals such as reptiles and fish also lay eggs. a baby bird hatching from its egg. ant eggs
If someone puts all their eggs in one basket, they put all their effort or resources into doing one thing so that, if it fails, they have no alternatives left. The key word here is diversify; don't put all your eggs in one basket
A female gamete In nematodes, the first stage of the life cycle containing a zygote or a larva
Egg is used to refer to an object in the shape of a hen's egg. a chocolate egg
coat with beaten egg; "egg a schnitzel"
A large immobile gamete produced by the female organism which contains one haploid set of chromosomes and unites with the sperm to bring about fertilization
female birds oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food coat with beaten egg; "egg a schnitzel"
throw eggs at
In Western countries, eggs often means hen's eggs, eaten as food. Break the eggs into a shallow bowl and beat them lightly. bacon and eggs
A simple cell, from the development of which the young of animals are formed; ovum; germ cell
Most eggs come from hens, but duck, goose, and quail eggs are also available Eggs should be refrigerated in the original container, large end up Because the yolk is high in cholesterol, imitation eggs come from egg whites and additives
A chamber that provides nourishment and protection for the growth and development of the embryo inside it
An egg is a cell that is produced in the bodies of female animals and humans. If it is fertilized by a sperm, a baby develops from it. It only takes one sperm to fertilize an egg. see also Easter egg, nest egg, Scotch egg
To urge on; to instigate; to incite&?; animal reproductive body consisting of an ovum or embryo together with nutritive and protective envelopes; especially the thin-shelled reproductive body laid by e
Eggs used in our recipes can either be fresh shell eggs or pasteurised liquid whole egg Whole egg comprises 65% albumen and 35% yolk Albumen contains 86% moisture, 11% protein and 3% carbohydrates and lipids Yolk contains approximately 51% moisture, 30% lipids, 16% protein For use in recipes a good guide for weights is; large eggs (60g / 2oz), medium eggs (50g / 1¾oz), small eggs (40g / 1½oz) We recommend to use large eggs for ease of use if weighing accurately top of page
Egg is the classic binding medium for tempera paint Simply the yolk alone (which is a natural emulsion), or the entire egg can be used a binding medium Egg mixes easily with drying oils and varnishes Intermixed with water-based media such as gum, it can produce temperas with various different characteristics The white can also be used as a medium for watercolour known as glair
the first stage in a butterfly's life cycle
one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens; "she kicked him in the balls and got away"
It consists of a yolk, usually surrounded by the "white"
A female reproductive cell, also called an oocyte or ovum
Anything resembling an egg in form
Pokémon that produce and use eggs Skills: Barrage
If someone has egg on their face or has egg all over their face, they have been made to look foolish. If they take this game lightly they could end up with egg on their faces
The oval or roundish body laid by domestic poultry and other birds, tortoises, etc
The contents of one or more (hens usually) eggs as a culinary ingredient, etc
animal reproductive body consisting of an ovum or embryo together with nutritive and protective envelopes; especially the thin-shelled reproductive body laid by e g female birds
Instrument that conducts radio frequency (MHz) AC current from one electrode to another (bistatic configuration) An electrode is placed on either side of the trachea by the laryngeal prominence The current is passed through the folds when they are in contact and is greatly restricted when they are not The resulting signal is proportional to the amount of vocal fold contact area
To encourage, incite, urge, especially to a foolish act
a chicken and egg situation: see chicken. To encourage or incite to action. Used with on: The racing fans egged their favorites on. egg on to encourage someone to do something, especially something that they do not want to do or should not do. In biology, the female sex cell, or gamete. In zoology, the Latin term ovum is often used to refer to the single cell, whereas the word egg may be applied to the entire specialized structure or capsule that consists of the ovum, its various protective membranes, and any accompanying nutritive materials. The egg or ovum, like the male gamete (sperm), bears only a single (haploid; see ploidy) set of chromosomes. When female and male gametes unite during fertilization, the double (diploid) set of chromosomes is restored in the resulting zygote. In humans, the ovum matures inside one of the ovary's follicles (hollow group of cells) and is released when the follicle ruptures (ovulation). The ovum passes into the fallopian tube and will degenerate if not fertilized within about 24 hours. In animals, the amount of nutritive material (yolk) deposited in an egg is dependent on the length of time before the developing animal can feed itself or, in the case of mammals, begins to receive nourishment from the maternal circulation. Most animal eggs are enclosed by one or more membranes. Insect eggs are covered by a thick, hard outer membrane, and amphibian eggs are surrounded by a jellylike layer. The term egg also refers to the content of the hard-shelled reproductive body produced by a bird or reptile
{i} roundish object produced by certain female animals for reproductive purposes; ovum; person (Slang)
an oval shaped object that female birds lay
Egg Saturday
The Saturday before Ash Wednesday. At the University of Oxford, the pasch eggs are provided for the students on that day
egg and spoon race
A race in which competitors must carry an egg on a small spoon and race to the finish line without dropping the egg
egg and spoon races
plural form of egg and spoon race
egg bank
a repository for eggs (female gametes), both in the context of ecology (i.e. storing the eggs of an endangered species) and in the context of human reproductive technology
egg case
The leathery egg of certain marine animals such as sharks and skate
egg case
A protective capsule that contains the eggs of some insects and molluscs
egg cell
A cell, found in females, which merges with a sperm cell to form a zygote
egg cups
plural form of egg cup
egg donation
The process by which a woman provides one or several eggs (ova, oocytes) for purposes of assisted reproduction or biomedical research
egg donations
plural form of egg donation
egg drop
The food created by dropping beaten raw egg into boiling water bit by bit

To get the egg drop–like shreds, get the soup up to a high boil, add the egg whites, and stir quickly, breaking them up with a whisk as you stir.

egg drop soup
A Chinese soup of wispy beaten eggs in boiled chicken broth
egg hunt
An Easter festival, where young children "hunt" for Easter eggs
egg matza
Matza made with egg, juice, or the like in the dough, rather than only water
egg matzah
Matzah made with egg, juice, or the like in the dough, rather than only water
egg matzahs
plural form of egg matzah
egg matzas
plural form of egg matza
egg matzo
Matzo made with egg, juice, or the like in the dough, rather than only water
egg matzos
plural form of egg matzo
egg on
To encourage or coax a person to do something, especially something foolhardy or reckless

She had deliberately egged him on to wreck his prospects.

egg pasta
Pasta, in which beaten egg is mixed with the flour and water to make the dough
egg ring
a round metal ring, approximately 1 cm high, used when cooking to prevent an egg spreading across the cooking surface
egg rings
plural form of egg ring
egg roll
A food made made by wrapping a combination of chopped vegetables, possibly meat, and sometimes noodles, in a sheet of dough, dipping the dough in egg or an egg wash, then deep frying it
egg roll
In many Asian countries and among their emigrants, an egg-based, flute-shaped pastry, with typically yellowish, flaky crust often eaten as a sweet snack or dessert
egg rolls
plural form of egg roll
egg salad
A dish made primarily of chopped hard-boiled eggs and mayonnaise, often including other ingredients such as celery or mustard; it is frequently used as a sandwich spread
egg salads
plural form of egg salad
egg sandwich
a fried egg between two slices of bread, optionally with tomato ketchup or brown sauce
egg sandwich
A sandwich made with hard-boiled eggs mixed with mayonnaise
egg somebody on
To tease, provoke or encourage

Quit egging him on about his pet peeves.

egg tart
A baked pastry commonly made in Hong Kong, Macau and other parts of Asia consisting of an outer pastry crust that is filled with egg custard
egg teeth
plural form of egg tooth
egg timer
A small version of an hourglass used to time the boiling of an egg
egg timer
A timer that can be set to sound an alarm after a certain amount of time; a kitchen timer
egg tooth
A small, sharp, cranial protuberance used by offspring to break or tear through the egg's surface during hatching
egg wash
Egg (yolk or white) mixed with a little milk; brushed on pastry before baking to give a glazed appearance
egg whites
plural form of egg white
egg yoke
Common misspelling of egg yolk
egg yolk
The yellow central part of a chicken’s (or other bird’s) egg
egg yolks
plural form of egg yolk
Unable to pass an egg that has formed
Attributive form of egg hunt

egg-hunt participant.

Attributive form of egg roll, noun
Having the color of egg whites
Made of egg whites
egg on
urge on; cause to act; "They other children egged the boy on, but he did not want to throw the stone through the window"
egg hunt
(Easter egg hunt) A game during which decorated eggs, real hard-boiled ones or artificial, filled with or made of chocolate candies, of various sizes, are hidden in various places for children to find
egg on one's face
A state of embarrassment or humiliation
egg roll
A usually deep-fried cylindrical casing of thin egg dough, filled with minced vegetables and often bits of seafood or meat. Also called spring roll
egg slicer
A kitchen utensil with parallel wires on a hinged frame for slicing hard-boiled eggs
egg and poultry industry
field of the hen-roost
egg beater
kitchen utensil for whipping or beating ingredients
egg brandy
{i} eggnog, egg liquor
egg cell
ovum: the female reproductive cell; the female gamete
egg collecting
{i} gathering together or collection of eggs
egg cream
made of milk and flavored syrup with soda water
egg cream
A drink made of milk, syrup, and soda water
egg cup
cup used for holding a boiled egg
egg cup
An egg cup is a small container in which you put a boiled egg while you eat it
egg custard
{i} sweet dish made of eggs and milk
egg cutter
kitchen utensil for slicing hard-boiled eggs
egg dance
{i} (Figuratively) "dancing on eggs", difficult and complicated role or function
egg donation
{i} donation of a number of ova or oocytes by a woman to another woman or couple who cannot have children and wish to become pregnant by in vitro fertilization
egg donor
{i} woman who donates a number of ova or oocytes to another woman or couple who cannot have children and wish to become pregnant by in vitro fertilization
egg flip
{i} eggnog
egg foo yong
omelet containing onions and celery and chopped meat or fish
egg laying
the production of eggs (especially in birds)
egg laying
{i} oviparity, laying of eggs
egg liquor
alcoholic drink containing eggs
egg mass
{i} (Zoology) bunch of eggs arranged in one or two layers
egg noodle
narrow strip of pasta dough made with eggs
egg on
encourage, urge greatly (generally toward something negative as a fight, argument etc.)
egg on
If you egg a person on, you encourage them to do something, especially something dangerous or foolish. He was lifting up handfuls of leaves and throwing them at her. She was laughing and egging him on They egged each other on to argue and to fight
egg powder
eggs in dehydrated form
egg roll
Usually served as an appetizer, this small, deep-fried Chinese pastry is filled with minced or shredded vegetable and often meat Egg roll skins are available in Asian markets and most large supermarkets
egg roll
spring roll, Asian dish in which dough is wrapped around a rice and egg mixture and then is fried
egg roll
A dish served in Chinese restaurants featuring vegetables and meat rolled in a thin, crisp, fried pastry
egg roll
minced vegetables and meat wrapped in a pancake and fried
egg roll
A usually deep-fried cylindrical casing of thin egg dough, filled with minced vegetables and often bits of seafood or meat. Also called spring roll. a spring roll
egg sac
The silken pouch in which many spiders deposit their eggs. Also called egg case
egg salad
chopped hard-boiled eggs mixed with mayonnaise and other ingredients (used as a sandwich filling or as a side dish)
egg shaped
{s} oval; oviform, resembling an egg; shaped like an egg
egg shell
hard outer covering of an egg
egg squash
A variety of squash with small egg-shaped fruit
egg timer
small timer used for timing the boiling of eggs
egg timer
a sandglass that runs for three minutes; used to time the boiling of eggs
egg timer
An egg timer is a device that measures the time needed to boil an egg. A small hourglass running three to five minutes, used for timing the boiling of eggs
egg tooth
A hard toothlike projection from the beak of embryonic birds, or from the upper jaw of embryonic reptiles, that is used to cut the egg membrane and shell upon hatching and that later falls off
egg wash
{i} thin mixture of egg with milk or water to be brushed on pastry or breads/rolls before baking to give the crust an added brownness and glaze
egg whisk
An egg whisk is a piece of kitchen equipment used for mixing the different parts of an egg together
egg whisk
{i} beater, eggbeater
egg white
the white of an egg; the nutritive and protective gelatinous substance surrounding the yolk consisting mainly of albumin dissolved in water
egg white
white liquid part of an egg (as opposed to the yellow yolk)
egg yolk
yellow and principal substance of an egg
egg yolk
the yellow spherical part of an egg that is surrounded by the albumen
a decorative molding; a series of egg-shaped figures alternating with another shape
capable of producing eggs and bearing offspring
rounded like an egg
a small glass container with sand in it that runs from one part to the other in about three or five minutes, used for measuring the time it takes to boil an egg
Easter egg
A chocolate confection in the shape of an egg, sometimes with chocolates or sweets inside
Easter egg
An undocumented function hidden in a program, typically triggered by a particular sequence or combination of keystrokes, such as one that displays a list of the program's developers
Easter egg
Any similar hidden feature accessible on a DVD movie, etc
Easter egg
A dyed or decorated egg, traditionally associated with Easter
Easter egg hunt
A common festive activity held at Easter, where Easter eggs are hidden outdoors (or indoors if in bad weather) for children to run around and find; this may also be a contest to see who can collect the most eggs

I was a little chunky anyway, and slow, so slow that I was once the only kid at an Easter egg hunt who didn’t get a single egg, not because I couldn’t find them but because I couldn’t get to them fast enough. — My Life by Bill Clinton.

Easter egg hunts
plural form of Easter egg hunt
Easter egg roll
a competition in which an egg is pushed along a lawn
Scotch egg
A savoury dish made of a hard-boiled egg wrapped in sausage meat and breadcrumbs
bad egg
Someone whose behaviour is reprehensible or irresponsible; a rogue

My son had a drug problem and hired a bad egg as a chief accountant ... .

better an egg today than a hen tomorrow
It is better to have a sure thing now than a possibility of more later
boiled egg
An egg which has been cooked in the shell in boiling water. It can be hard-boiled or soft-boiled
butter-and-egg man
A prosperous dairy farmer (or other wealthy rural citizen), seen as coming into the big city and ostentatiously living it up

He puffed on the big cigar that he always had stuck in his face and posed back like a big butter-and-egg man.

butter-and-egg men
plural form of butter-and-egg man
century egg
Chinese delicacy made by preserving an egg in its shell in a mixture of charcoal and lime for around a hundred days
chicken or egg question
Alternative spelling of chicken-or-egg question

The apparent one-to-one correspondence between comets and meteor showers raised a chicken or egg question which was not fully resolved until the middle of the twentieth century.

chicken-or-egg question
A question to decide which of two interdependent things happened first
chocolate egg
An Easter treat in the shape of an egg (usually much smaller) made of chocolate, wrapped in festively decorated aluminum foil
Attributive form of chocolate egg

chocolate-egg hunt.

colored egg
A hard-boiled egg decorated in bright colors (using water-soluble dyes) used for celebrating Easter
curate's egg
A thing which has good and bad parts
darning egg
An egg-shaped ovoid of stone, porcelain, wood, or similar hard material, which is inserted into the toe or heel of a sock to hold it in the proper shape and provide a firm foundation for repairs
dropped egg
poached egg
duck-egg blue
A pale greenish blue colour, like that of some duck eggs

duck-egg blue colour:.

duck-egg blue
Of a pale greenish blue colour, like that of some duck eggs
Simple past tense and past participle of egg
fried egg
An egg that has been shallow-fried on one or both sides, often in butter, with an unbroken yolk
fried egg
A golf ball half-buried in sand in a bunker
Attributive form of fried egg

fried-egg sandwich.

good egg
A good person, someone to be trusted; a friend
goose egg
Zero; nothing

I missed every question on the quiz and got a goose egg.

goose egg
A swelling or bump on the head
The elongated ball used in such games
A humorous term for the game of American football, or for football codes other than association football
have egg on one's face
To suffer embarrassment or humiliation; to damage one's reputation

I hope the bishop of Hereford comes out of this with a great deal of egg on his face. - The Obverser, 01/04/2007, Bishop blocks gay youth worker's job,.

lay an egg
To produce an egg
lay an egg
To produce a failure or flop; to do something which is unsuccessful

That author usually writes good stuff, but he really laid an egg with that last piece.

love egg
A small vibrating egg-shaped sex toy designed for vaginal or anal stimulation
Attributive form of love egg

love-egg use.

nest egg
A natural or artificial egg placed in a bird's nest, to encourage the bird to lay its own eggs there

My improvement relates to artificial eggs composed of a substance which is offensive to insects, the object being to render the same effective, not only as a nest-egg, but also as a destroyer of vermin.

nest egg
A savings; a reserve of money

Over time, they accumulated a tidy nest egg and retired comfortably.

to spoil something by making too many improvements to it
pace egg
A hard-boiled coloured egg traditionally made at Easter, often given to relatives and friends as a token of goodwill. It was traditional to jarp with the eggs before eating them
A hard boiled coloured egg traditionally made at Easter, often given to relatives and friends as a token of goodwill. It was traditional to jarp with the eggs before eating them
paste egg
Alternative form of pace egg
Alternative spelling of paste egg
pickled egg
An egg, usually from a hen, that has been pickled in vinegar giving the outside a brown colour. Jars of pickled eggs are seen in British pubs, where they are served as bar snacks
picnic egg
A small Scotch egg made with chopped egg rather than a whole one
poached egg
A chicken egg that has been cooked by gently breaking it into simmering water
pouched egg
Common misspelling of poached egg
robin's-egg blue
A greenish blue colour, like that of a robin's egg

robin's-egg blue colour:.

robin's-egg blue
Of a greenish blue colour, like that of a robin's egg
scotch egg
Alternative spelling of Scotch egg
scrambled egg
The gold braid worn on the cap of an officer in the armed forces
scrambled egg
Singular of scrambled eggs
son-in-law egg
A boiled egg that has been shelled and then deep-fried
twenty-minute egg
A very hard-boiled person

'A stinker?'No, he said, it wasn't a stinker.'A tough baby?''No.''A twenty-minute egg?''That was it, sir. Mr Runkle is a twenty-minute egg.'.

free range egg
Egg produced using birds that are permitted to roam freely within a farmyard, a shed or a chicken coop
chicken and egg situation
(Felsefe) The Chicken or the egg causality dilemma is commonly stated as "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" To ancient philosophers, the question about the first chicken or egg also evoked the questions of how life and the universe in general began
chicken or egg situation
(Felsefe) The Chicken or the egg causality dilemma is commonly stated as "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" To ancient philosophers, the question about the first chicken or egg also evoked the questions of how life and the universe in general began
have egg on one's face
(deyim) Be embarrassed by something one has done. (As if one went out in public with a dirty face.)

I was completely wrong, and now I have egg on my face. She's really got egg on her face!.

An egg
An egg