stewing

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English - Turkish
pişirerek
{i} pişirme
{f} pişir
stew
yahni

Tom yahniye brokoli ekledi. - Tom added broccoli to the stew.

Ve mösyö için? Bir dana yahni! - And for monsieur? A veal stew!

stewing chicken
tavuk pişirme
stewing pan
yahni tenceresi
stew
güveç

Mary güveç pişiriyor ve Tom bir salata yapıyor. - Mary is cooking stew and Tom is making a salad.

Akşam yemeği için kalmaya ne dersiniz? Ben büyük bir kap güveç yapıyorum. - How about staying for dinner? I'm making a big pot of stew.

stew
{i} genelev
stew
{i} etli/sebzeli sulu yemek
stew
kısık ateşte pişirmek
stew
kapağı kapalı ve ağır ateşte pişirmek
stew
kendi suyunda pişirmek
stew
{i} istiridye havuzu
stew
{i} kapama
stew
{i} endişe
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{i} balıkları canlı saklama havuzu
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hafifçe ateşte kaynatmak
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yavaş yavaş pişirmek
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türlü
stew
hafif ateşte kaynatmak
stew
{f} yavaş yavaş pişir
stew
üzüntü
stew
telaş
stew
heyecan
beef stewing
sığır pilaki
stew
sıcak basmak
stew
endişelenmek
stew
sıcaktan boğulmak
stew
{f} hafif ateşte kaynatmak; kaynamak
stew
{f} over k.dili. hakkında endişe etmek, -i dert etmek; -in yüzünden telaşa düşmek
English - English
{n} the act of seething over a slow fire
present participle of stew
an extreme state of worry and agitation; "his stewing over the fight kept him awake most of the night"
Cooking food by boiling it or allowing it to simmer in a small amount of liquid over direct heat
an extreme state of worry and agitation; "his stewing over the fight kept him awake most of the night
To simmer food slowly in a covered pan or casserole
cooking in a boiling liquid
A process used by maltsters to create specialty caramelized malts
stewing pan
a saucepan used for stewing
stewing steak
Stewing steak is beef which is suitable for cooking slowly in a stew
Stew
A diminutive of the male given name Stewart
stew
To suffer under uncomfortably hot conditions
stew
A heated bath-room or steam-room; also, a hot bath

Sir Launcelot wente into the chambir, that was as hote as ony styew.

stew
A cooking-dish used for boiling; a cauldron
stew
A steward or stewardess on an airplane

Dallas was also becoming known as a stew zoo because so many flight attendants were relocating there to work for Southwest, Braniff, and American Airlines.

stew
A pool in which fish are kept in preparation for eating
stew
To cook (food) by slowly boiling or simmering
stew
A brothel

Although whores were permitted to sit at the door of the stew, they could not solicit in any way nor ‘chide or throw stones’ at passers-by.

stew
A dish cooked by stewing

I noticed then that there was nothing to drink on the table but brandy, and nothing to eat but salted herrings, and a hot, sickly, highly peppered stew.

stew
{v} to dress, to seeth or be seethed slowly
stew
{n} a food, brothel, hothouse, small pond
stew
food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine"
stew
agitation resulting from active worry; "don't get in a stew"; "he's in a sweat about exams"
stew
A small pond or pool where fish are kept for the table; a vivarium
stew
To cook in a liquid that is below the boiling point
stew
Cook in a liquid just deep enough to cover food
stew
{f} cook at a slow boil, simmer; be cooked at a slow boil; worry, be anxious, fret (Informal); swelter, suffer from heat or humidity (Informal)
stew
(1) To simmer a food or foods in a small amount of liquid that is usually served with the food as a sauce (2) A dish cooked by stewing, usually one in which the main ingredients are cut in small pieces
stew
A dish prepared by stewing; as, a stewof pigeons
stew
A place of stewing or seething; a place where hot bathes are furnished; a hothouse
stew
To brew (tea) for too long, so that the flavour becomes too strong
stew
To cook slowly in small amount of liquid over a long period of time Stiff Peaks The peaks of whipped cream or egg whites that hold a point after beating when the beaters are slowly raised Stir To incorporate ingredients with a spoon to prevent them from sticking during cooking or to cool them after cooking To combine ingredients with a circular motion until uniform in consistency
stew
cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine"
stew
food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables
stew
To boil slowly or with simmering heat
stew
To be seethed or cooked in a slow, gentle manner, or in heat and moisture
stew
{i} dish of meat and vegetables that is cooked by simmering; state of worry or confusion, agitated state; whorehouse, brothel (Archaic)
stew
A prostitute
stew
An artificial bed of oysters
stew
To be in a state of elevated anxiety or consideration
stew
To cook covered over low heat in a liquid
stew
food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine" bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings
stew
To slowly cook food in a small amount of liquid, usually in a coveredpan, for a long period of time
stew
be in a huff; be silent or sullen
stew
A brothel; usually in the plural
stew
(verb) A method of cooking in which food--usually meat and vegetables--is covered with liquid and cooked slowly for a long period of time Recipe: Brunswick Stew
stew
To boil slowly, or with the simmering or moderate heat; to seethe; to cook in a little liquid, over a gentle fire, without boiling; as, to stew meat; to stew oysters; to stew apples
stew
When you stew meat, vegetables, or fruit, you cook them slowly in liquid in a closed dish. Stew the apple and blackberries to make a thick pulp
stew
bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings
stew
A state of agitating excitement; a state of worry; confusion; as, to be in a stew
stew
A stew is a meal which you make by cooking meat and vegetables in liquid at a low temperature. She served him a bowl of beef stew They made a stew
stew
To cook food gently in simmering liquid, often in a covered pan
stewing
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