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English - Turkish
yemek pişirmek

Çoğu kişi yağla yemek pişirmek yerine tereyağıyla yemek pişirmeyi tercih eder. - Many people prefer to cook with butter instead of oil.

Jane bana yemek pişirmek isteyip istemediğimi sordu. - Jane asked me if I would like to cook.

{f} pişirmek

Çoğu kişi yağla yemek pişirmek yerine tereyağıyla yemek pişirmeyi tercih eder. - Many people prefer to cook with butter instead of oil.

Tom'un canı yemek pişirmek istemiyor. - Tom doesn't feel like cooking.

aşçı

Aşçılığını özleyeceğim. - I'll miss your cooking.

Babamın iyi bir aşçı olmasından gurur duyuyorum. - I'm proud of my father being a good cook.

{f} yemek yapmak

O, yemek yapmak zorunda olduğu için her sabah erken kalkar. - Every morning she gets up early because she has to cook.

Ben yemek yapmakta başarısız oluyorum. - I am failing at cooking.

üzerinde oynamak (hesaplar)
(Argo) birinin karısı
(yemek) pişirmek
pişmek
{f} pişir

Annem, akşam yemeğini pişirmekle meşgul. - My mother is busy cooking dinner.

Sizin için akşam yemeği pişireyim mi? - Shall I cook dinner for you?

aşpaz
pişir(mek)
{f} oynama yapmak
{f} k.dili. (hesaplar) üzerinde oynamak
cook piş/pişir
(isim) aşçı
cookbook yemek kitabı
{f} uydurmak
{f} mahvetmek
Too many cooks spoil the broth idarecinin çok olduğu yerde iş yürümez
hazırlamak

Akşam yemeği hazırlamakla meşgulüm. - I'm busy cooking dinner.

Yemek hazırlamakla meşguldüm. - I was busy cooking dinner.

yapmak

Bence Tom'a kurabiye yapmak için ne kadar şekere ihtiyacımız olduğunu sormalıyız. - I think we should ask Tom how much sugar we need to make cookies.

Biraz kurabiye yapmak için hamur açtı. - I rolled the dough to make some cookies.

(Ticaret) muhasebe hilesi
ahçı
cooking
{i} yemek pişirme

Haftada bir kez yemek pişirme dersleri alır. - She takes cooking lessons once a week.

Tom yemek pişirmede oldukça iyidir. - Tom is quite good at cooking.

cook-out process
(Kalite Kontrol) Mantar yetiştirilecek substrate yani ekim yatağı veya kompostun dezenfekte edilme süreci
cook in a double boiler
(Gıda) buharda pişirmek
cook off
(Askeri) kendiliğinden ateş alma
cook on the embers
közlemek
cook something up
tezgahlamak
cook something up
kafadan atmak
cook sth up
bir şeyler tezgahlamak
cook up
tezgahlamak
cook up
kafadan atmak
cook book
yemek kitabı
cook by baking
fırında pişir
cook in liquid
sıvıda pişir
cook sb's goose
birinin yuvasını yapmak
cook sb's goose
onun hakkından gelmek
cook up
uydurmak
cook up
uydur
cook with steam
buharda pişir
cook beforehand, cook in advance
önceden peşin yemek pişirmek
cook island
aşçı ada
cook islands
Cook Adaları
cook meal
yemek pişirmek
cook method
pişirme yöntemi
cook shop
aşçı dükkanı
cook someone's goose
-in canına okumak
cook-stove
cook-soba
cook house
toplu yemek pişirilen mutfak
cook in bag
(Gıda) torbada pişirme
cook in liquid
(Gıda) sıvıda pişirmek
cook islands:ck
(Bilgisayar) cook adaları: ck
cook off
(Askeri) KENDİLİĞİNDEN ATEŞ ALMA: Atım yatağına yerleştirilmiş bulunan bir atımın silahın hareketi ile ateş alması
cook on fire
ateşte pişirmek
cook on skewers
(Gıda) şişte pişirmek
cook one's goose
{k} işini bozmak
cook pasta
makarna pişirmek
cook s.o.'s goose
{k} -i mahvetmek, -in canına okumak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) işini bozmak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) işine taş koymak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) başarısını engellemek
cook someone's goose
(deyim) birinin yuvasını yapmak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) onun hakkından gelmek
cook someone's goose
(deyim) birinin işini engellemek
cook something over a low heat
(Gıda) kısık ateşte pişirmek
cook speculum
(Tıp) cook spekulümü
cook stove
yemek pişirme ocağı
cook the books
{k} (deyim) hesaplari tahrif etmek
cook the books
(deyim) zimmetine para geçirmek
cook the books
(deyim) tahrifat yapmak
cook the books
(Argo) kayıtları tahrif etme
cook to a rag
fazla pişirmek
cook to a rag
dağılana kadar pişirmek
cook to rags
dağılana kadar pişirmek
cook to rags
fazla pişirmek
cook up
oynama yapmak
cook's cap
(Tekstil) aşçı şapkası
cook's jacket
(Tekstil) aşçı ceketi
cooking
{i} aşçılık

Ben geçen baharda bir aşçılık dersi aldım ve ekmek pişirmeyi öğrendim. - I took a cooking class last spring and learned to bake bread.

Tom aşçılık hakkında bir şey bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know a thing about cooking.

assistant cook
(Gıda) aşçı yardımcısı
chef cook
(Gıda) şef aşçı
chief cook
(Gıda) aşçıbaşı
cooked
pişmek
cooked
(Gıda) pişirilmiş

Bir havuç, bir pancar ve bir brokoliye ihtiyacımız var. Onlar çiğ olmalı, pişirilmiş değil. - We need a carrot, a beet, and broccoli. They need to be raw, not cooked.

Onların verdiği akşam yemeği kötü pişirilmişti. - The dinner they served was badly cooked.

cooking
pişim
cooking
(Gıda) pişirerek

O, bütün öğleden sonrayı yemek pişirerek geçirdi. - She spent all afternoon cooking.

Tom bütün öğleden sonrayı yemek pişirerek geçirdi. - Tom spent all afternoon cooking.

pantry cook
(Gıda) soğukçu
cooking
{f} pişir

Bu tarz pişirme Çin'e özgüdür. - This style of cooking is peculiar to China.

Annem, akşam yemeğini pişirmekle meşgul. - My mother is busy cooking dinner.

pastry cook
pastacı
Cooks
aşçılar
a cook
bir aşçı
classy cook
klas aşçı
cooked
pis
cooked
pişir(mek)
cooking
mutfak

Tom mutfakta Mary ile birlikte akşam yemeği pişiriyor. - Tom is in the kitchen with Mary cooking dinner.

Tom mutfakta pişen yemeğin kokusunu alabiliyordu. - Tom could smell breakfast cooking in the kitchen.

fry cook
kızartma yemek
hard-to-cook
pişirmesi zor
head cook
Aşçı başı
head cook
Aşçıbaşı
line cook
belli bir bölümün aşçısı
poach, cook in boiling
kaynar kaçak avlanmak, yemek
short-order cook
eli çabuk aşçı
to cook a lie
yalan pişirmek
cooked
pişir

Karısı dışarıda olduğu için, kendisine akşam yemeği pişirdi. - His wife being out, he cooked dinner for himself.

Mary gerçekten harika. O benim için harika bir yemek pişirdi ve bulaşıkları bile kendisi yıkadı. - Mary is really great. She cooked a wonderful meal for me and even washed the dishes herself.

cooking
yemek pişirmede kullanılan
cooking
pişirmeye uygun
cooking
{i} yemek pişirme/pişme
cooking
yemeklik
cooking
{i} yemek pişirme sanatı
cooking
piş/pişir
no mean cook
çok iyi bir aşçı
English - English
An English occupational surname for a cook, or a seller of cooked food
A person who prepares food for a living
Of a person, to prepare food for eating by heating it, often by combining it with other ingredients

He's in the kitchen, cooking.

To be uncomfortably hot

Look at that poor dog shut up in that car on a day like today - it must be cooking in there.

To prepare (food) for eating by heating it, often by combining it with other ingredients
Of food, to become ready for eating by the application of heat

The dinner is cooking on the stove.

{n} a man or woman who dresses victuals
{v} to dress victuals, prepare, manage
{i} family name; Captain James Cook (1728-1779), English navigator and explorer
an English occupational name (surname) for a cook, or a seller of cooked food
A cook is a person whose job is to prepare and cook food, especially in someone's home or in an institution. They had a butler, a cook, and a maid. = chef
When you cook a meal, you prepare food for eating by heating it. I have to go and cook the dinner Chefs at the St James Court restaurant have cooked for the Queen We'll cook them a nice Italian meal. + cooking cook·ing Her hobbies include music, dancing, sport and cooking
One whose occupation is to prepare food for the table; one who dresses or cooks meat or vegetables for eating
someone who cooks food
To concoct or prepare; hence, to tamper with or alter; to garble; often with up; as, to cook up a story; to cook an account
If you say that someone is a good cook, you mean they are good at preparing and cooking food
n tukang masak (masak) 2 vt memasak (masak)
To make the noise of the cuckoo
to make suitable for eating, by the agency of fire or heat
{f} prepare food by heating; transform by heating; be prepared by heating (of food); falsify account records
1 Act of preparing food for consumption 2 Mom's other name
1 Act of preparing food for consumption
prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook
English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
transform by heating; "The apothecary cooked the medicinal mixture in a big iron kettle"
To prepare, as food, by boiling, roasting, baking, broiling, etc
A fish, the European striped wrasse
1) Act of preparing food for consumption 2) Mom's other name
When you cook food, or when food cooks, it is heated until it is ready to be eaten. some basic instructions on how to cook a turkey Let the vegetables cook gently for about 10 minutes Drain the pasta as soon as it is cooked
To throw
someone who cooks food English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779) transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes"
If you say that someone has cooked the books, you mean that they have changed figures or a written record in order to deceive people. see also cooking. British navigator and explorer who commanded three major voyages of discovery, charting and naming many islands of the Pacific Ocean. He also sailed along the coast of North America as far north as the Bering Strait. Carter Elliott Cook Jr. Connelly Marcus Cook Cook Inlet Cook Islands Cook Strait Cook James Captain Cook Cook Thomas Mount Cook National Park William Cook
prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes"
To heat and dissolve a drug in water
prepare for eating by applying heat; "Cook me dinner, please"; "can you make me an omelette?"; "fix breakfast for the guests, please"
fake or falsify; "Fudge the figures"; "cook the books"; "falsify the data"
(colloquial) To be uncomfortably hot
the person in charge of planning the feast, and supervising its execution, usually assisted by a variety of skilled volunteers, or willing unskilled volunteers
{i} one who prepares food, chef
To prepare food for the table
do the cooking
steward
Cook Islander
A person from the Cook Islands or of descent of the Cook Islands
Cook Islands
A self-governing country in Oceania, in free association with New Zealand
Cook Islands Maori
The official language of the Cook Islands
Cook's tour
A long or complicated journey, an indirect route

The detour meant that we had to go on a twenty mile Cook's tour to get home.

Cook's tours
plural form of Cook's tour
cook off
To accidentally detonate, especially as the result of excess heat
cook off
To cause an accidental detonation of explosives, especially due to excess heat
cook off
As with above, except to unintentionally wait so long that the grenade detonates
cook off
To pull the pin from a grenade and wait two or three seconds before throwing
cook the books
To manipulate accounting information, especially illegally

Enron Corp., once a major U.S. corporation, is now famous for cooking the books.

cook the books
To falsify an account of an event
cook up
To prepare a heroin dose by heating
cook up
To manufacture; to falsify; to devise an elaborate lie

He really cooked up a good one this time, something about an airline disaster.

cook up
To manufacture a significant amount of illegal drugs (LSD, meth, etc.)
cook up
To prepare a meal

Lemme cook up some eggs and bacon before you go.

cook-off
Accidental detonation of explosives, especially as the result of excessive heat
cook-off
A cooking contest
Cook Inlet
An inlet of the Gulf of Alaska in southern Alaska west of the Kenai Peninsula. It is a major fishing ground for salmon and herring and has the largest tidal bore in the United States. Inlet, Gulf of Alaska in the northern Pacific Ocean. Bounded by the Kenai Peninsula on the east, it extends northeast for 220 mi (350 km), narrowing from 80 to 9 mi (129 to 14 km). Anchorage is situated near its head. It is a salmon and herring fishing ground and an oil field
Cook Islands
group of islands that are located in the south Pacific Ocean and are ruled autonomously under a loose association with New Zealand
Cook Islands
An island group of the southern Pacific Ocean southeast of Samoa. Probably first inhabited by Polynesians more than 1,500 years ago, the islands were sighted by Capt. James Cook in 1773. They are now self-governing under the sovereignty of New Zealand. a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand. It is a territory of New Zealand but has its own government. Population: 20,611 (2001). Capital: Avarua. Island group (pop., 1998 est.: 17,100), southern Pacific. Located 2,000 mi (3,000 km) northeast of New Zealand, the 15 islands, scattered from north to south over 900 mi (1,450 km) of ocean, are divided into a southern group of eight islands, including Raratonga (the seat of government), and a northern group of seven. All of the northern Cooks are true atolls; most of the southern group have volcanic interiors. They were probably settled by Polynesians from Tonga and Samoa; there is evidence of a highly organized society AD 1100. Capt. James Cook explored many of them during the 1770s. Established as a British protectorate in 1888, they were annexed by New Zealand in 1901. Self-government in free association with New Zealand was achieved in 1965
Cook Strait
A narrow channel separating North Island and South Island in New Zealand. It was explored by Capt. James Cook in 1770. Strait, separating North and South islands of New Zealand. Extending from the Tasman Sea to the Pacific Ocean, it is about 14 mi (23 km) wide at its narrowest point and averages 420 ft (128 m) in depth. Both shores are lined with steep cliffs, and that of South Island is deeply embayed. Treacherous currents and fierce storms present serious hazards to navigation. Capt. James Cook explored the strait in 1770
Cook Strait
narrow channel of water which separates the northern and southern islands of New Zealand
cook accounts
forge accounts, falsify accounts
cook one's goose
kill someone, give someone what they have coming, put an end to someone
cook shop
place that sells or serves cooked food; restaurant
cook strait
a narrow strait separating the North Island and South Island in New Zealand
cook the books
falsely alter account books
cook up
invent, make up, fabricate
cook up
If someone cooks up an explanation or a story, they make it up. She'll cook up a convincing explanation
cook up
prepare or cook by mixing ingredients; "concoct a strange mixture"
cook up
make up something artificial or untrue
cook up
If someone cooks up a dishonest scheme, they plan it. He must have cooked up his scheme on the spur of the moment
cook up a story
make up a story, fabricate a tale
cook-chill
cook-chill foods have already been cooked when you buy them, and are stored at a low temperature, but not frozen
cook-out
{i} barbecue, party where food is cooked and eaten outdoors
chief cook and bottle washer
Chief executive; person in charge of all tasks
chief cook and bottle washers
plural form of chief cook and bottle washer
chief cook and bottle-washer
Alternative form of chief cook and bottle washer
chief cook and bottle-washers
plural form of chief cook and bottle-washer
cooked
partially or wholly fabricated, falsified
cooked
Corrupted by conversion through a text format, requiring uncooking to be properly listenable
cooked
Simple past tense and past participle of cook
cooking
Present participle of cook
cooking
The process of preparing food by using heat
cooking
The style or genre of food preparation; cookery
cooking
In progress, happening

The project took a few days to gain momentum, but by the end of the week, things were really cooking.

fry cook
A cook who specializes in fried foods
head cook and bottle washer
Alternative form of chief cook and bottle washer
head cook and bottle washers
plural form of head cook and bottle washer
head cook and bottle-washer
Alternative form of chief cook and bottle washer
head cook and bottle-washers
plural form of head cook and bottle-washer
slow-cook
to cook in a slow cooker
slow-cook
to cook slowly
A cook
trencherman
Captain Cook
Captain James Cook (1728-1779), English navigator and explorer; character from "Peter Pan"; town in Hawaii (US)
Captain Cook
cook, Captain James
Captain James Cook
a British sailor and explorer who sailed to Australia and New Zealand, and claimed the eastern coast of Australia for Britain. He also discovered several islands in the Pacific Ocean, including Hawaii, where he was killed (1728-79)
Captain James Cook
{i} James Cook (1728-1779), English navigator and explore
Elliott Cook Jr. Carter
born Dec. 11, 1908, New York, N.Y., U.S. U.S. composer. Born to a wealthy family, he studied English and music at Harvard University and later studied in Paris with Nadia Boulanger. He taught at many institutions, after 1972 primarily at the Juilliard School. He absorbed a range of influences, including Igor Stravinsky and Charles Ives. His style evolved into a densely contrapuntal, dissonant, and rhythmically complex texture in which the various instrumental parts frequently suggest conversation and combat. His principal works include a sonata for flute, oboe, cello, and harpsichord (1952), Variations for Orchestra (1955), a double concerto for piano and harpsichord (1961), a piano concerto (1965), Concerto for Orchestra (1969), A Symphony of Three Orchestras (1977), Night Fantasies for piano (1980), and four string quartets (1951, 1959, 1971, 1986), two of which received the Pulitzer Prize. He is often called the greatest American composer of the late 20th century
James Cook
known as Captain Cook born Oct. 27, 1728, Marton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, Eng. died Feb. 14, 1779, Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii British sailor and explorer. He joined the Royal Navy (1755) and in 1763-67 surveyed the St. Lawrence River and the coast of Newfoundland. In 1768 he was appointed commander of the first scientific expedition to the Pacific. Sailing on the HMS Endeavour, he found and charted all of New Zealand and explored the eastern coast of Australia. That voyage (1768-71) produced a wealth of scientifically collected material and was also notable for Cook's successful prevention of scurvy among crew members. Promoted to commander, he was sent with two ships to make the first circumnavigation and penetration into the Antarctic. On that expedition (1772-75), which ranks as one of the greatest of all sailing-ship voyages, he successfully completed the first west-east circumnavigation in high latitudes. On a third voyage (1776-79) in search of a Northwest Passage around Canada and Alaska, he was killed by Polynesian natives on Hawaii
James Cook
{i} (1728-1779) British explorer and navigator
Marcus Cook Connelly
born Dec. 13, 1890, McKeesport, Pa., U.S. died Dec. 21, 1980, New York, N.Y. U.S. playwright, screenwriter, and director. He covered theatrical news as a journalist in Pittsburgh and New York City. He collaborated with George S. Kaufman on the play Dulcy (1921), which they followed with the comedies To the Ladies (1922) and Beggar on Horseback (1924) and the librettos for the musicals Helen of Troy, New York (1923) and Be Yourself (1924). Connelly went on to write Green Pastures (1930, Pulitzer Prize; film, 1936), his best-known work, and The Farmer Takes a Wife (1934; film, 1935)
Mount Cook National Park
Park, western central South Island, New Zealand. Established in 1953, it has an area of 270 sq mi (700 sq km) and shares a western boundary with Westland National Park. It extends along the crest of the Southern Alps. There are some 27 peaks higher than 10,000 ft (3,000 m) in the park, including Mount Cook, the highest point in New Zealand at 12,349 ft (3,764 m). More than one-third of the park is covered by permanent snow and glacial ice
Robin Cook
{i} (1946-2005) former British Foreign Secretary in Tony Blair's government
Thomas Cook
a British company that sells holidays and also arranges flights, sells foreign money etc. It is one of the oldest companies providing services for travellers and was started in 1841 by Thomas Cook. born Nov. 22, 1808, Melbourne, Derbyshire, Eng. died July 18, 1892, Leicester, Leicestershire British innovator of the conducted tour. A Baptist missionary, in 1841 he arranged for a special train to be run to a temperance meeting; this was probably the first publicly advertised excursion train in England. He began to arrange excursions on a regular basis, and in 1856 he led his first grand tour of Europe. In the early 1860s he became an agent for the sale of travel tickets; with his son, John Mason Cook (1834-99), he founded the Thomas Cook & Son travel agency. In the 1880s the firm also organized military transport and postal services
chief cook and bottlewasher
{i} (Slang) person responsible for a number of significant and insignificant duties
cooked
{s} prepared by heat
cooked
Heavy, pruney flavor; also said of wines from very hot growing regions or wines that are overripe
cooked
"Cooked" data, as distinct from "raw," is a collection of elements and character data that's ready for presentation The processor is not expected to rearrange, select, or suppress any of the elements, but simply present them as specified See Also: Raw
cooked
A step in the cheesemaking process when the cheese curd is heated, sometimes in the surplus whey Cooked cheeses are all hard cheeses such as Emmentaler and other Swiss types
cooked
“Cooked” data, as distinct from “raw,” is a collection of elements and character data that's ready for presentation The processor is not expected to rearrange, select, or suppress any of the elements, but simply present them as specified See Also Raw
cooked
Of food, that has been prepared by cooking
cooked
A typical taste of an instant coffee treated at too high a temperature
cooked
‘Cooked’ data, as distinct from ‘raw,’ is a collection of elements and character data that's ready for presentation The processor is not expected to rearrange, select, or suppress any of the elements, but simply present them as specified See Also Raw
cooked
"Cooked" data, as distinct from "raw," is a collection of elements and character data that's ready for presentation The processor is not expected to rearrange, select, or suppress any of the elements, but simply present them as specified See Also: Raw
cooked
past of cook
cooked
having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
cooking
the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife
cooking
{i} act of preparing food with heat
cooking
Cooking ingredients or equipment are used in cookery. Finely slice the cooking apples. cooking pots. see also cook. suitable for or used in cooking
cooking
Cooking is food which has been cooked. The menu is based on classic French cooking
cooks
third-person singular of cook
cooks
plural of , cook
first catch your hare then cook him
first things first, first concentrate on priorities, concentrate on one's immediate goal
pastry cook
a chef who specializes in pastry
pastry-cook
baker, one who bakes cakes and pastries
pressure-cook
cook in a pressure cooker
short-order cook
someone in a restaurant kitchen who cooks food that can be prepared easily or quickly
Turkish - English
yemek pişirmek
cook adaları
(Bilgisayar) cook islands
cook adaları:ck
(Bilgisayar) cook islands: ck
cook spekulümü
(Tıp) cook speculum
cooked
pişmiş
cook
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