pickle

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English - Turkish
{i} turşu

Tom dereotu turşusu yemedi. - Tom didn't eat dill pickles.

Ben dereotu turşusu yemiyorum. - I don't eat dill pickles.

dili sıkıntılı veya güç durum
{i} yaramaz
kornişon
turşu yapmak
paklayıcı
turşusunu kurma
dekapaj çözeltisi
(Gıda) hıyar turşusu
turşu kurmak
asitle yakmak
metal yüzünü parlatmak
turşu suyu
{f} turşu yap
turşusunu kurmak
{i} afacan
{f} tuzlayarak saklamak
{f} asitle temizlemek [met.]
asitle temizlemek
{i} salatalık/hıyar turşusu; kornişon
{i} salamura
{i} turşu: She bought a jar of tomato pickles. Bir kavanoz domates turşusu aldı
rengi ağa
{i} dekapaj solüsyonu
{i} zor durum

Ben oldukça zor durumdayım. - I'm in a pretty pickle.

madeni eşyayı temizlemeye mahsus asitli karışım
{f} sarhoş etmek
{f} salamura yapmak
pickledturşusu kurulmuş
{i} salatalık turşusu

Salatalık turşusu ile sarı pirinç yemeyi severim. - I like to eat yellow rice with cucumber pickles.

dili afacan çocuk
varta
{i} metal temizleme asidi
sıkıntılı durum
pickled
{s} salamura
pickle barrel
salamura fıçısı
pickle brittleness
dekapaj gevrekligi, paklama gevrekligi
pickle brittleness
dekapaj gevrekliği
pickle brittleness
paklama gevrekliği
pickled
dekape
pickled
yüzeyi asitle temizlenmiş
pickled
turşusu yapılmış
pickled
(Gıda) salamuralanmış
pickling
(Mekanik) temizleme banyosu
pickling
yüzey temizleme
pickling
turşu yapma
in a pickle
zor durumda
pickled
sarhoş
pickled
{f} turşu yap
pickled
matiz
pickled
turşu halinde
pickling
{f} pakla
pickling
{i} paklama
pickling
dekapaj
dill pickle
(Gıda) Dereotu ile lezzetlendirilmiş alatalık turşusu
have a pickle for rod
çubuk için turşu var
pickling
Metal malzemenin asit ile yıkanarak pas ve tortu tabakasından temizlenmesi
spent pickle liquor
kullanılmış paklama çözeltisi
be in a nice pickle
zor durumda olmak
be in a pickle
zor durumda olmak
be in a pickle
{k} zor bir durumda olmak
be in a sad pickle
perişan halde olmak
be in a sad pickle
zor durumda olmak
be in a sorry pickle
zor durumda olmak
be in a sorry pickle
perişan halde olmak
have a rod in pickle for smb
kızılcık sopasını hazır etmek
have a rod in pickle for smb
paylaşacak kozu olmak
in a fine pickle
(deyim) zor veya kotu durumda,basi belada
in a pretty pickle
(deyim) zor veya kotu durumda,basi belada
nice pickle
zor durum
pickled
{s} tuzlanmış
pickled
{s} k.dili. zilzurna sarhoş, fitil gibi
pickled
{s} dut gibi
pickled
{s} turşu haline getirilmiş (sebze/meyve): pickled beets pancar turşusu
pickled
sarhoş/turşu yapılmış
pickled
salamura yap
pickled
{s} turşu olmuş
pickles
turşu

Salatalık turşusu ile sarı pirinç yemeyi severim. - I like to eat yellow rice with cucumber pickles.

Tom dereotu turşusu yemedi. - Tom didn't eat dill pickles.

pickling
paklayarak
pickling
asitle temizleme
pickling
(isim) asitle temizleme [met.]
pickling
{s} turşuluk
pickling
{i} -den turşu yapma
pickling
{i} asitle temizleme [met.]
sad pickle
zor durum
sorry pickle
zor durum
tan pickle
sepi şerbeti
you little pickle
seni yaramaz seni
you little pickle
seni gidi seni
English - English
To remove high-temperature scale and oxidation from metal with heated (often sulphuric) industrial acid

The crew will pickle the fittings in the morning.

A difficult situation, peril

I beg you, Miss Jones, to realize the pickle' you're in.

A bit, small quantity
A penis
The brine used for preserving food

This tub is filled with the pickle that we will put the small cucumbers into.

A kernel, grain
To serialize

To illustrate how this would work in practice, consider a field designed to store and retrieve a pickled copy of any arbitrary Python object.

any vegetable preserved in vinegar and consumed as relish
An affectionate term for a mildly mischievous loved one
A rundown

Jones was caught in a pickle between second and third.

To preserve food in a salt, sugar or vinegar solution

We pickled the remainder of the crop.

A cucumber preserved in a solution, usually a brine or a vinegar syrup

A pickle goes well with a hamburger.

A children’s game with three participants that emulates a baseball rundown

The boys played pickle in the front yard for an hour.

{v} to preserve in pickle, season, imbue
{n} a thing pickled, salt liquor, brine, state
Any article of food which has been preserved in brine or in vinegar
A food that has been preserved in vinegar or a seasoned brine Commonly pickled foods include cucumbers, pearl onions, cauliflower, baby corn, pig's feet, watermelon rind, and herring Flavors include dill, sweet, and sour varieties
A childrens game with three participants that emulates a baseball rundown
a cucmber that has been preserved in brine
To give an antique appearance to; said of copies or imitations of paintings by the old masters
vegetables (especially cucumbers) preserved in brine or vinegar preserve in a pickling liquid
To preserve food in a vinegar or brine mixture
When you pickle food, you keep it in vinegar or salt water so that it does not go bad and it develops a strong, sharp taste. Select your favourite fruit or veg and pickle them while they are still fresh + pickling pick·ling Small pickling onions can be used instead of sliced ones. to preserve food in vinegar or salt water
A brine or vinegar solution in which foods are preserved
A difficult situation
A solution of salt and water, in which fish, meat, etc
from the surface of castings, or other articles of metal, or to brighten them or improve their color
To preserve food in a vinegar mixture or seasoned brine Cucumbers, cauliflower, onions, baby corn, and and watermelon rind are some of the most popular foods to pickle Recipe: Squash Pickles
Achaar Prepared Ingredient
(Corrosion Eng ) A solution or process used to remove corrosion products from the metals without affecting the base metal
Often in plural (pickles), any vegetable preserved in vinegar and consumed as relish
informal terms for a difficult situation; "he got into a terrible fix"; "he made a muddle of his marriage"
An acidic solution used to clean the firescale that forms on the outside of some metals during heating
preserve in a pickling liquid
may be preserved or corned; brine
{i} sour cucumber; salt water; brine; trouble, misfortune
{f} preserve in brine; make sour; preserve
To preserve or season in pickle; to treat with some kind of pickle; as, to pickle herrings or cucumbers
Vinegar, plain or spiced, used for preserving vegetables, fish, eggs, oysters, etc
To remove high-temperature scale and oxidation from metal with heated sulphuric acid
vegetables (especially cucumbers) preserved in brine or vinegar
to remove burnt sand, scale rust, etc
An informal term used to describe the action of releasing a weapon by the pilot or to the bomb release control (pickle switch) used for this action
A troublesome child; as, a little pickle
Slang: Name for a single channel controller for the chain hoists used to lift the rigging for the lights and speakers Aka Pigtail Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
An encoding of a typed value in a byte stream Pickles are useful for storing or transmitting typed values in typeless media The type of value contained in a pickle may be understood from context or represented in the pickle itself
An affectionate term for a loved one
Pickle is a cold spicy sauce with pieces of vegetables and fruit in it. jars of pickle
Pickles are vegetables or fruit, sometimes cut into pieces, which have been kept in vinegar or salt water for a long time so that they have a strong, sharp taste
The total field of view (FOV) of a given FGS, roughly 69 square arcminutes in (angular) area
A bath of dilute sulphuric or nitric acid, etc
achar
pickle barrel
a barrel holding vinegar in which cucumbers are pickled
pickle relish
relish of chopped (usually sweet) pickles
in a pickle
In a difficult situation or a troubling quandry
pickled
Simple past tense and past participle of pickle
pickling
Present participle of pickle
pickling
An instance of processing something in brine or other solution
Branston Pickle
a type of chutney, which is very popular in the UK and is often eaten in sandwiches with cheese
Pickled
escabeche
bread and butter pickle
thinly sliced sweet pickles
dill pickle
pickle preserved in brine or vinegar flavored with dill seed
dill pickle
A pickled cucumber flavored with dill. a whole cucumber which has been preserved in vinegar
kosher pickle
A pickled cucumber flavored with garlic
pickled
Preserved in a pickle
pickled
preserved by pickling
pickled
drunk
pickled
(used of foods) preserved in a pickling liquid
pickled
{s} soured, preserved in brine; (Slang) drunk, intoxicated by alcohol
pickled
Pickled food, such as vegetables, fruit, and fish, has been kept in vinegar or salt water to preserve it. a jar of pickled fruit
pickles
{i} sour vegetables preserved in brine vinegar or salt solution
pickles
plural of pickle
pickles
third-person singular of pickle
pickling
A mild acid bath treatment to dissolve the surface oxidation of metal which occurs when metal is heat treated in open air rather than atmosphere controlled conditions Essentially a cleaning process
pickling
Process for chemical treatment of oxidized steel, applied to obtain a clean, metallic surface Here, the steel is dipped into a hot bath of diluted sulphuric or hydrochloric acid
pickling
the practice of adding enough vinegar or lemon juice to a low-acid food to make it more acid; preserving food, especially cucumbers, in a solution of brine or vinegar, often with spices added
pickling
A process to chemically remove scale or oxide from steel to obtain a clean surface When applied to bars or coils prior to bright drawing, the steel is immersed in a bath of dilute sulphuric acid heated to a temperature of around 80oC An inhibitor is added to prevent attack and pitting of the cleaned metal After pickling, a washing process takes place followed by immersion in a lime-water bath to neutralise any remaining acid For environmental reasons shot blasting has largely replaced pickling
pickling
he treatment of metal surfaces with a strong oxidising agent such as nitric acid, to make them chemically clean and provide a strong, inert oxide film
pickling
A process that removes surface scale and oxidation products by immersion in a chemically active solution, such as sulfuric or hydrochloric acid
pickling
- A process of removing iron oxide from hot rolled bands by immersion in an acid solution prior to cold reduction
pickling
a furniture finish created by painting a piece, then wiping away most of the paint before it has dried, leaving some paint in the cracks and corners
pickling
A term for a piece of wood that's been limed Also a method of painting furniture and then wiping off the paint before it has completely dried leaving some on the edges
pickling
- A process of removing iron oxide from hot rolled bands by immersion in acid solution prior to cold reduction
pickling
Chemical or electro-chemical removal of surface oxides
pickling
The use of a chemical solution to prepare a surface for painting or bonding by dissolving away surface oxides and other impurities A certain amount of base metal may also be removed
pickling
A chemical bathing procedure used to remove the oxide film on a titanium product
pickling
Removing surface oxides by chemical or electrochemical reaction
pickling
The removal of oxides (rust) with acidic materials
pickling
Pipe immersed into acid bath for removal of scale, oil, dirt, etc
pickling
By pickling, scale and glass layers are removed from the surface of stainless steel tubes with acid and salt solutions - CLEANING - and/or samples are prepared (etched slices, micro-sections) for a macroscopic (with the naked eye) or microscopic examination, to make the microstructure (grain size, precipitation particles, etc ) visible - MICROSTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
pickling
Removing surface oxides from metals by a chemical reaction
pickling
passing steel through an acid bath to remove hot mill scale and oxide from the surface
pickling
the chemical removal of surface oxides and other contaminants from a material by immersion in an aqueous acid solution; sulfuric and hydrochloric acids are common pickling solutions
pickling
A method used to give wood a whitish cast
pickling
Process in metallisation, where the base laminate is prepared for subsequent electroless copper deposition
pickling
Also known as Wrinkling, Puckering or Shriveling Fault condition where the surface of the paint wrinkles like the surface of a prune
pickling
Chemical or electrochemical removal of oxides from the surface of metals
sweet pickle
pickle cured in brine and preserved in sugar and vinegar
pickle
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