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English - Turkish
bedensel zevklerle ilgili
{s} topraklı
{s} maddi
{s} dünyevi

Petrichor - kuru toprağa yağmur düştüğünde dünyevi koku; yağmurdan sonra toprak kokusu. - Petrichor - (noun) the earthy scent when rain falls on dry soil; the smell of earth after rain.

Seninle dünyevi şeyler hakkında konuştum. - I have spoken to you of earthy things.

{s} kaba, incelikten yoksun
topraktan ibaret
{s} toprağımsı
{s} toprağa benzer, topraksı
earthy; terrestrial
dünyevi; karasal
earthen, earthy, ground, offshore
toprak, dünyevi, yer, offshore
earthiness, quality of being earthy
dünyevi olma sağlamlık, kalite
English - English
Like or resembling the earth or of the earth
Resembling dirt or soil (i.e. earth)

The earthy smell of fresh turned loam told me the farmer had started plowing this morning, the definitive sign of spring for me.

Covered with earth (mud, dirt)

He was wet through with the dew and quite earthy from diving into the burrows the Boy had made for him in the flower bed, and Nana grumbled as she rubbed him off with a corner of her apron.

down to earth, un-artificed, natural

She’s was an earthy soul, the salt of the earth as they say of such rural folk, untarnished by false civilization.

{a} consisting of or like earth, gross, foul
Smell or flavor reminiscent of soil, minerally aromas, etc A certain earthiness can be appealing; too much makes the wine coarse
Exists in varying degrees, from a subtle aroma of dusty weediness to a pungent aroma of mushrooms and truffles
An odor taint in the coffee beans that produces a dirt-like taste sensation Results when fats in the coffee beans absorb organic materials from the ground in the drying process during harvesting Also referred to as dirty and groundy The undesirable odor and taste of freshly turned soil is found in low-graded batches Due to poor preparation conditions and botanical origins of the green coffee Reminiscent of potato flavor also found in instant coffees
Without luster, or dull and roughish to the touch; as, an earthy fracture
suggestive of the earth as in color
Describes a wine that tastes of the soil in which it was grown Red wines most often have this characteristic
An odor, and sometimes even a taste, resembling moist, humus-rich earth; usually of microbial origin
sensible and practical; "has a straightforward down-to-earth approach to a problem"; "her earthy common sense"
not far removed from or suggestive of nature; "the earthy taste of warm milk fresh from the cow"; "earthy smells of new-mown grass"
Covers situations where a "mother-earth" component is present Earth is soil-dirt, but an earthy wine is not dirty as in "DIRTY" above The term appears to be applicable to wine thought, by some, to be made from grapes grown on vines planted in land previously used for growing certain vegetables containing components which "marked" the soil in some way European tasters use the term in a broader sense to describe "terroir" characteristics
Consisting of, or resembling, earth; terrene; earthlike; as, earthy matter
hearty and lusty; "an earthy enjoyment of life"
A descriptor for wines that have aromas and flavors reminiscent of the soil and its minerals, an important component of the wine's flavor balance
Smell or flavor reminiscent of earth A certain earthiness can be appealing; too much makes the wine coarse
The taste that soil imparts to wine grapes and consequently to the wine
conspicuously and tastelessly indecent; "coarse language"; "a crude joke"; "crude behavior"; "an earthy sense of humor"; "a revoltingly gross expletive"; "a vulgar gesture"; "full of language so vulgar it should have been edited"
approval If you describe someone as earthy, you mean that they are open and direct, and talk about subjects which other people avoid or feel ashamed about. his extremely earthy humour. + earthiness earthi·ness He loved Gerard's peasant earthiness
If you describe something as earthy, you mean it looks, smells, or feels like earth. I'm attracted to warm, earthy colours
{s} of the Earth; made of earth
Sensory evaluation term for wine with a taste or smell reminiscent of soil, mushrooms or mustiness
Gross; low; unrefined
hearty and lusty; "an earthy enjoyment of life" not far removed from or suggestive of nature; "the earthy taste of warm milk fresh from the cow"; "earthy smells of new-mown grass
Of or pertaining to the earth or to, this world; earthly; terrestrial; carnal
A descriptive term often used to describe the nature of monastery cheeses
not far removed from or suggestive of nature; "the earthy taste of warm milk fresh from the cow"; "earthy smells of new-mown grass
Used to describe both positive and negative attributes in wine At its best, a pleasant, clean quality that adds complexity to aroma and flavors The flip side is a funky, barnyardy character that borders on or crosses into dirtiness
comparative of earthy
superlative of earthy
of the earth, in a physical way
The quality or state of being earthy, or of containing earth; hence, grossness
The state of being earthy
{i} quality of being earthy; earthliness
Earthiness is a flavor defect deriving from careless, primitive processing that in some contexts may be seen as virtues Some Harrar coffees sold in specialty stores may have a hint of wildness or earthiness to them Roasters from Italy often like to include some earthy-tasting Brazilian coffees in their espresso blends If a New Orleans blend is at all authentic it also should have some Brazilian wildness in it If the earthy taste dominates to the point that the coffee tastes distinctly sour or harsh, this quality becomes a flavor defect; you won't find such coffees in specialty stores Your Sumatran sample may have a hint of earthiness or mustiness to it, but it shouldn't