gourmet

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English - Turkish
yemekten anlayan kimse
(Gıda) damağına düşkün
(Dilbilim) damak titizi
boğazına düşkün
ağzının tadını bilen
obur
yemek ve içkinin iyisinden anlayan kimse
{i} şaraptan anlayan kimse
{i} ağzının tadını bilen kimse
gurme

Tom'un ortağı, gurme patlamış mısır baharatlarını da satmaları gerektiğini düşündü. - Tom's partner thought that they should also sell gourmet popcorn seasonings.

gurm
gourmet menu
gurme menü
fine
yolunda

Sanırım her şey yolunda. - I think everything's fine.

Onlar Pandora'nın kutusunu açana kadar her şey yolunda. - Everything is fine until they open Pandora's box.

fine
{f} açılmak
fine
kıyak
fine
ince ince

Bayırturpunu soy ve ince ince doğra. - Peel and finely chop the horseradish.

fine
kırıntılar halinde
fine
sağlıklı

Güzel sağlıklı bir bebek doğurdu. - She gave birth to a fine healthy baby.

Sağlıklı bir merak, aslında güzel bir şeydir. - A healthy curiosity is truly a fine thing.

fine
rahat

Rahatla, iyi gidiyorsun. - Relax, you're doing fine.

fine
(Mühendislik) ince

Bu planı uygulamak için karar verilmesine rağmen, ince noktaların hâlâ planlanmaya ihtiyacı var. - Although the decision to implement this plan has already been made, the finer points still need to be planned out.

O gömleği deneyin; ince pamuktan yapılmıştır. - Try on that shirt. It's made of fine cotton.

gourmets
gurmeler
fine
{f} berraklaştırmak
fine
{f} berraklaşmak
fine
(zarf) güzel, hoş, iyi, incecik, ucu ucuna
fine
incecik
fine
çok ince

Bu kahveyi çok ince öğüt. - Grind this coffee very fine.

fine
(isim) ceza, para cezası
fine
som
fine
ucu ucuna
fine
çokiyi bir şekil
fine
(İnşaat) güzel, ince
fine
{s} âlâ, mükemmel, üstün
fine
(fiil) berraklaştırmak, arıtmak, açılmak, berraklaşmak, para cezası vermek
wine gourmet
şarap gurmesi
English - English
fine

We need to go to the gourmet grocery store to get the exotic ingredients for this recipe.

A connoisseur in eating and drinking. Also called a foodie, a gourmet is someone who takes their food considerably more seriously than most. Some might say that they live to eat rather than eating to live. They appreciate fine quality of food. Gourmets started the movement
{i} connoisseur of fine food and drink, epicure
A connoisseur in eating and drinking; an epicure
{s} of or characteristic of a gourmet, of or characteristic of a connoisseur of fine food and drink
Gourmet food is nicer or more unusual or sophisticated than ordinary food, and is often more expensive. Flavored coffee is sold at gourmet food stores and coffee shops The couple share a love of gourmet cooking. a gourmet dinner
a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink)
A connoisseur in eating and drinking. Also called a foodie, a gourmet is someone who takes their food considerably more seriously than most. Some might say that they live to eat rather than eating to live. They appreciate fine quality of food. Gourmets started the Slow Food movement
A gourmet is someone who enjoys good food, and who knows a lot about food and wine. producing or relating to very good food and drink. someone who knows a lot about food and wine and who enjoys good food and wine
gourmet cooking
fine cooking, art of preparing food
gourmets
plural of gourmet
gourmet

    Hyphenation

    gour·met

    Turkish pronunciation

    gûrmey

    Pronunciation

    /ˈgo͝orˌmā/ /ˈɡʊrˌmeɪ/

    Etymology

    [ gur-"mA, gur- ] (noun.) 1820. 1820, from French gourmet from Middle French gourmet from Old French groumet "wine broker, valet in charge of wines, servant" from Old French grommes "manservant", of Germanic origin, from Middle English grom, grome "boy, valet, servant", of unknown origin, perhaps from Old English *grōma "male child, boy, youth" from Old English grōwan "to grow". More at groom.

    Common Collocations

    gourmet food

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