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English - Turkish
şarap

Avrupalılar şarap içmeyi sever. - Europeans love to drink wine.

Onların başka şarapları yok. - They have no more wine.

şarap sunmak
meyva şarabı
{i} şarap rengi
şarap içirmek
{f} şarap içmek

Bir bardak şarap içmek istiyorum. - I'd like to have a glass of wine.

O beyaz ya da kırmızı şarap içmek istiyordu. - He would drink a white or red wine.

şarap ikram etmek
wine stone şarap fıçısının dibinde kalan asit tartarik
wine measure şarap ölçü sistemi
kefeki taşı
{i} şaraplı eğlence
wine vinegar üzüm sirkesi
wine cellar şarap mahzeni
wine merchant şarap tüccarı
{i} şarap. f
{f} ağırlamak
mey

Parti için bir düzine şarap kadehi ve meyve suyu için iki düzine bardak aldım. - For the party I bought a dozen wine glasses and two dozen cups for juice.

bade
wind
{f} sarmak
wind
{f} dolamak
wind
yel

Rüzgara karşı yelken açtık. - We sailed against the wind.

Rüzgarın yönünü değiştiremem ama gidilecek yere ulaşmak için her zaman yelkenlerimi ayarlayabilirim. - I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.

wine addict
şarapçı
wine and cheese
şarap ve peynir
wine bar
(Gıda) şarap barı
wine bottles
şarap şişeleri
wine glass
(Gıda) şarap bardağı
wine glasses
şarap bardakları
wine maker
şarapçı
wine making
şarap yapımı
wine sediments
(Gıda) şarap tortusu
wine steward
şarap garsonu
wine waiter
şarap garsonu
wine and dine
yedirip içir
wine barrel
şarap fıçısı
wine bucket
şarap soğutma kovası
wine cellar
şarap mahzeni

Tom kendini kazara şarap mahzenine kilitledi. - Tom accidentally locked himself in the wine cellar.

Tom'un bodrumunda bir şarap mahzeni var. - Tom has a wine cellar in his basement.

wine cooler
şarap soğutma kovası
wine glass
şarap kadehi
wine maker
şarap üreticisi
wine sauce
şarap sosu
wine steward
şarapçı kahyası
wine vinegar
şarap  sirkesi
wine award
şarap ödülü
wine awards ceremony
şarap ödül töreni
wine bar
şarap bar
wine bottle
şarap şişesi
wine cask
şarap fıçısı
wine chest maker
şarap göğüs maker
wine connoisseurs
Şarap eksperi
wine cooler
şarap soğutucusu
wine expert
şarap uzmanı
wine from the cask
fıçı şarap
wine gum
şarap sakız
wine house
Şarap içilen meyhane
wine house
Şarap satılan yer
wine lakes
şarap golleri
wine legs
'Tears of wine', 'wine legs', 'curtains' veya 'church windows', şarap bardağının iç kısmında şarap çalkalandıktan sonra bardağın cidarlarında bıraktığı süzülen şarap izleri
wine marc
şarap marc
wine merchant
şarap tüccarı
wine opener
Tirbuşon

If you want to open wine , you need a wine opener.

wine pitcher
Şarap testisi
wine present
şarap sunmak
wine producer
şarap üreticisi
wine sarap
şarap ikram etmek
wine sillabub
şarap şarap ve kaymakla yapılan bir yemek
wine steward
şarapçı kâhyası
wine tasting
şarap tadımı
wine village
şarap köy
wine vinegar
şarap sirkesi
wine year
şarap yıl
wine-making
şarap yapma
wine and dine
(deyim) lokantada yiyip icmek
wine and dine
-e ziyafet vermek
wine and dine smb
ağırlamak
wine and dine smb
yedirip içirmek
wine barrels
(Bilgisayar) şarap fıçıları
wine coloured
şarabi
wine compartment
içki dolabı
wine cradle
şarap servis sepeti
wine distillery
şarap fabrikası
wine distillery
şarap damıtmaevi
wine experience
şarap deneyimi
wine gallon
şarap galonu
wine gourmet
şarap gurmesi
wine list
şarap listesi
wine list id
şarap listesi no
wine merchant
şarapçı
wine name
şarap adı
wine purchases
şarap siparişleri
wine spirit
(Tekstil) alkol ( ispirto )
wine stone
asit tartarik
wine stone
şarap tortusu
wine type
şarap türü
wine type id
şarap türü no
wine types
şarap türleri
wine/dessert
şarap/tatlı
wind
{i} kurma (saat)
wind
{i} dönemeç
sparkling wine
(Gıda) köpüren şarap
spirit of wine
(Kimya) etanol
wind
gaz

Patatesler bana gaz yapar. - Potatoes give me wind.

O sadece seni gaza getiriyor. - He's only winding you up.

wind
saçmalık
wind
{f} kıvırmak
wind
saati kurmak
wind
dolaşmak
wind
viraj
california wine
kaliforniya şarabı
fortified wine
alkolle kuvvetlendirilmiş şarap
red wine
kırmızı şarap

Hangisini daha çok seversin, beyaz şarap mı yoksa kırmızı şarap mı? - Which do you like better, white wine or red wine?

Biftek ve kırmızı şarap iyi bir kombinasyon yapar. - Steak and red wine make a good combination.

still wine
köpüksüz şarap
table wine
sofra şarabı
wind
külek
blend wine
karışım şarap
bordeaux wine
bordo şarabı
chianti, dry red wine from tuscany
Toskana dan Chianti, kuru kırmızı şarap
dry wine
sek şarap
fermentation (of wine)
fermantasyon (şarap)
he quaffed off the wine.
o şarap off quaffed
house wine
ev şarap
mulled wine
mulled şarap
rhine wine
ren şarabı
sparkling wine
köpüklü şarap
start a new bottle of wine
(on) yeni bir şişe şaraba başlamak
tears of wine
'Tears of wine', 'wine legs', 'curtains' veya 'church windows', şarap bardağının iç kısmında şarap çalkalandıktan sonra bardağın cidarlarında bıraktığı süzülen şarap izleri
temperature of the wine
şarap sıcaklık
young wine
genç şarap
wind
{i} k.dili. boş laflar, lafügüzaf, fasarya
wind
(fiil) çevirmek, sarmak, dolamak, kıvırmak, döndürmek, kıvrıla kıvrıla gitmek, dolambaçlı olmak, açmak (yol), sarılmak, dolanmak, kıvrılmak, bükülmek
wind
{i} İng. (mide ve bağırsaktaki) gaz
wind
{f} dolambaçlı olmak
wind
{f} -i nefessiz bırakmak; -i nefes nefese
wind
soluklandı
wind
{f} dolanmak
wind
{f} kıvrılmak
wining
şarap içme
English - English
A dark purplish red colour; the colour of red wine

wine colour:.

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A serving of wine
To entertain with wine

Neither Major Wadhams nor I is accustomed to being wined and dined by perfect strangers who do not even present themselves, but leave servants to do the honors, consequently to both of us our present situation smacks of romance and adventure;.

An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting juice of grapes
wind

When I pass’d ’em look’d back—ther smill rawze on tha wine.

An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting juice of fruits or vegetables other than grapes, usually preceded by the type of the fruit or vegetable; for example, "dandelion wine"
To drink wine
{n} the fermented juce of the grape
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wine is the naturally fermented juice of fresh fruit or berries, as in: Even for wine experts, a common problem is the impoverished language we have for describing tastes and smells A large part of the wine taster's skill comes from being able to develop some sort of classification system and then to associate words/categories with smells--olfaction researcher Professor Tim Jacob of Cardiff University Thanks to word-lover Rabiatul Kamit for suggesting this word pair, May 2002
Naturally fermented juice of grapes More broadly, the term can include alcoholic beverages created from other fruits and even vegetables
A beverage produced by fermenting grape juice The term is also used more broadly for alcoholic beverages made from fruits other than grapes
an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting grape juice
a red as dark as red wine fermented juice (of grapes especially) treat to wine; "Our relatives in Italy wined and dined us for a week"
A liquor or beverage prepared from the juice of any fruit or plant by a process similar to that for grape wine; as, currant wine; gooseberry wine; palm wine
The effect of drinking wine in excess; intoxication
{i} fermented grape juice; burgundy color; alcoholic drink made from fermented fruit; anything intoxicating or exhilarating
fermented sugar cane juice
n   Fermented grape-juice known to the Women's Christian Union
Wine is an alcoholic drink which is made from grapes. You can also refer to alcoholic drinks made from other fruits or vegetables as wine. a bottle of white wine This is a nice wine
a red as dark as red wine fermented juice (of grapes especially) treat to wine; "Our relatives in Italy wined and dined us for a week" drink wine
treat to wine; "Our relatives in Italy wined and dined us for a week"
made from a variety of ingredients which is then fermented where the alcohol level is 12-18% naturally unless fortified
The substance used on the altar at Mass which, after it is confected, becomes the Precious Blood
The expressed juice of grapes, esp
the beverage portion of communion symbolizing the blood of Christ; equivalent to the grape juice used in some protestant churches Communion wine is fermented grape juice and is therefore alcoholic
{f} drink wine; serve wine
fermented juice (of grapes especially)
Made from the fermented juice of grapes If another fruit is used it appears on the label Under 14 to 20% alcohol
The fermented juice of grapes
usually the fermented juice of grapes
An alcoholic beverage produced through the fermentation of grape juice Other fruit and vegetable juices, such as dandelion and elderberry are also occasionally used in winemaking, an art the goes back at least 12,000 years
Wine is used to describe things that are very dark red in colour. She wore her wine-coloured gaberdine raincoat
The common Hebrew word for wine is yayin, from a root meaning "to boil up," "to be in a ferment " Others derive it from a root meaning "to tread out," and hence the juice of the grape trodden out The Greek word for wine is oinos_, and the Latin _vinun But besides this common Hebrew word, there are several others which are thus rendered
a red as dark as red wine
el vino
a dark red
drink wine

Tom said he didn't drink wine. - Tom said that he didn't drink wine.

I don't drink wine often. - I don't often drink wine.

If you wine and dine, or if someone wines and dines you, you go out, for example to expensive restaurants, and spend a lot of money. Colleagues were furious at doing her work while she wined and dined A lot of money went on wining and dining prospective clients. wine and dine sb to entertain someone well with a meal, wine etc. Alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of grapes. Wine may also be made from various fruits and plant parts. Though known by the ancients, wine was not drunk in its matured form until the development of the bottle and cork in the late 17th century. In wine manufacture, grapes are crushed and strained, and the juice (called must) is sealed in vats along with yeast (Saccharomyees ellipsoideus) and often sulfur dioxide, which suppresses wild yeasts and organisms. Fermentation continues for several weeks, and then the wine is drawn off ("racked") into wooden barrels or other containers for a second fermentation ("aging"). It is clarified and bottled before undergoing final maturation. Wines may be classified according to colour as red, rosé (pink), or white; colour depends on whether the skins of red grapes are allowed to ferment with the juice. Wine taste is described as sweet or dry, sweet wines being high in sugar content and dry wines containing little or no sugar. Sparkling wines, such as champagne, contain suspended carbon dioxide, the result of bottling the wine before fermentation is complete. Fortified wines, such as port and sherry, contain added brandy. The leading wine-producing countries are France, Italy, Spain, the U.S., Argentina, Germany, Australia, South Africa, Portugal, and Romania
[source: www dictionary com] 1 A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various kinds of grapes, usually containing from 10 to 15 percent alcohol by volume 2 A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various other fruits or plants
when fermented; a beverage or liquor prepared from grapes by squeezing out their juice, and (usually) allowing it to ferment
vino
wine and dine
To entertain someone to a fine meal
wine and dine
To eat lavishly
wine bar
A drinking establishment where only wine is served
wine bars
plural form of wine bar
wine bottle
A bottle (normally made of glass) for holding wine
wine bottles
plural form of wine bottle
wine cellar
an underground place for storing wine at a constant temperature
wine cellar
a collection of wine
wine cellars
plural form of wine cellar
wine cooler
drink made from a mixture of wine, fruit juice and soda water
wine cooler
Any piece of equipment used to keep wine chilled
wine coolers
plural form of wine cooler
wine cooper
a person who samples, bottles and sells wine
wine coopers
plural form of wine cooper
wine glass
A glass vessel, normally with a stem, from which wine is drunk
wine glasses
plural form of wine glass
wine gum
a soft jelly lolly, usually brightly coloured and fruit flavoured
wine keys
plural form of wine key
wine list
A list of wines, usually with a small description, available at eg. a restaurant or bar
wine lists
plural form of wine list
wine moth
An insect, of the genus Oinophila, whose larvae bore holes in the corks of wine bottles
wine moths
plural form of wine moth
wine palm
Any of several palms that have a sugary sap that can be fermented to produce palm wine; especially the fishtail palm (Caryota urens) and the palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifer)
wine palms
plural form of wine palm
wine tosser
A person who buys wine, but does not drink it
wine tosser
A person who talks a great deal about wine but actually knows very little
wine vinegar
Vinegar made from wine
wine vinegars
plural form of wine vinegar
wine-colored
having the color/colour of red wine
wine-whine merger
A merger in which ʍ (the sound heard at the beginning of the word whine in a Scottish accent or several accents in the United States) becomes w (the sound heard at the beginning of the word wine); in accents where this merger occurs, whine and wine are homophones
wine-whine mergers
plural form of wine-whine merger
wine legs
The phenomenon called tears of wine is manifested as a ring of clear liquid, near the top of a glass of wine, from which droplets form and flow back into the wine. It is most readily observed in a wine which has a high alcohol content. It is also referred to as wine legs, curtains, and church windows
wine and dine
provide with food and drink, usually lavishly eat sumptuously; "we wined and dined in Paris
wine and dine
provide with food and drink, usually lavishly
wine and dine
eat sumptuously; "we wined and dined in Paris"
wine bar
drink cabinet, cabinet where wine and alcohol are stored
wine bar
A wine bar is a place where people can buy and drink wine, and sometimes eat food as well. a place that serves mainly wine and light meals
wine bar
a bar that serves only wine
wine bottle
a bottle for holding wine
wine bucket
a bucket of ice used to chill a bottle of wine
wine cask
a barrel that holds wine
wine cellar
storage space where wines are stored
wine cellar
an underground room where wine is stored to keep it at the right temperature
wine cellar
A special place for you prized collection Today's wine cellars are often greatly embellished spaces that can even be climate controlled for the serious connoisseur
wine cellar
House plans with a special place for your prized collection Today's wine cellars are often greatly embellished spaces that can even be climate controlled for the serious connoisseur
wine cellar
underground room where fine wines are stored
wine cooler
a drink made with wine, fruit juice, and water
wine cooler
a bucket of ice used to chill a bottle of wine
wine glass
A wine glass is a glass, usually with a narrow stem, which you use for drinking wine. a tall glass with a thin stem, used for drinking wine
wine grapes
grapes which are used for making wine
wine maker
someone who makes wine
wine maker
distillery where wine is made
wine merchant
vintner: someone who sells wine
wine palm
fishtail palm of India to Malay Peninsula; sap yields a brown sugar (jaggery) and trunk pith yields sago
wine palm
Any of various palm trees having sap or juice from which wine is made
wine press
winery; cistern
wine producer
winemaker, one who produces wines
wine sauce
white or veloute sauce with wine and stock variously seasoned with onions and herbs; for fish or meat
wine steward
One who is employed to serve wine, as at a restaurant or winetasting
wine taster
a taster who evaluates the quality of wines
wine taster
{i} one who tastes and appraises wines, professional taster who tastes wines inorder to evaluates their quality; small deep dish used to hold wine for tasting
wine tasting
a gathering of people to taste and compare different wines
wine tasting
the activity or skill of tasting and comparing different wines to see if they are good, or an event where this happens
wine vault
wine cellar, underground room used to store wine
wine vinegar
a type of vinegar made from sour wine, used in cooking
wine waiter
sommelier: a waiter who manages wine service in a hotel or restaurant
wine-maker's yeast
used in making wine
altar wine
A particular type of wine produced for ritual consumption during the Roman Catholic Mass
aperitif wine
Grape wine, mixed with brandy or alcohol, with natural flavors (including herbs), and optionally with caramel for color, that matches the general description of aperitif wine but not of vermouth
apple wine
alcoholic beverage made from apples; cider
box wine
a type of wine that is sealed in a plastic bladder and packaged in a cardboard box
cask wine
a type of wine that is sealed in a plastic bladder and packaged in a cardboard box
dandelion wine
A wine made from dandelion flowers and usually other ingredients, including citrus
dessert wine
Any of many relatively sweet wines, traditionally drunk at the end of a meal
dessert wine
Grape wine with an alcohol content of more than fourteen, but at most twenty-four, percent, by volume
flowers of wine
Small powdery flecks of mould on grapes used to make wine
fortified wine
A wine to which additional ethanol (an alcohol) has been added, the most common additive being brandy (a spirit distilled from wine)
grape wine
Fermented juice of sound, ripe grapes (optionally with condensed grape must added before or after fermentation, and grape brandy or alcohol added after fermentation, with additional restrictions on the adding of such spirits if the wine is domestic and has a lot of alcohol); optionally with sugar or water added during or after fermentation (but only up to a specified maximum amount added, and, if the amount added is more than a specified benchmark, so that the resulting wine does not exceed specified maxima on solid, alcohol, and acid content); and with a specified maximum acidity
house wine
A relatively inexpensive wine sold in a restaurant, often by the glass as well as by the bottle or unmarked carafe; both red and white are normally offered
ice wine
A sweet wine made from grapes that are harvested after the first frost
mulled wine
Red wine with spices (i.e. cinnamon sticks and ginger) served hot
old wine in a new bottle
An existing concept or institution offered as though it were a new one

Finally, some critics argue that evolutionary psychology is old wine in a new bottle — the old instinct theory in a new package.

plum wine
A liqueur made from ume, sugar, and shochu; umeshu
port wine
A type of fortified wine traditionally made in Portugal
quaffing wine
A wine considered unsophisticated or simple in taste, but pleasant to quaff
red wine
Red coloured wine made mostly from black grapes including the skin
retsina wine
Grape wine, containing not more than fourteen percent alcohol by volume, fermented or flavored with resin
rice wine
A sweet low alcohol wine brewed from steamed glutinous rice
sparkling wine
Any wine that is effervescent because of dissolved carbon dioxide; either because of fermentation in bottle or by physical carbonation
spirit of wine
Brandy that has been repeatedly distilled
spirit of wine
Aqua vitae prepared by distilling wine
still wine
A type of table wine
still wine
A method of vinification that produces wine that is free of carbon dioxide and therefore lacks sparkling and effervescent properties
table wine
Wine that isn't fortified or sparkling
table wine
A low-quality wine, suitable for drinking at mealtimes
table wine
A grape wine containing at most fourteen percent alcohol by volume
tears of wine
a ring of clear liquid, forming into drops, near the top of a glass of fortified wine; the result of differential evaporation of alcohol and subsequent changes in surface tension
tent wine
A kind of wine of a deep red color, chiefly from Galicia or Malaga in Spain
white wine
Light (usually yellow with a hint of green but not pink) coloured wine

In contrast to making red wine, the juice for white wine is fermented without the skins and seeds.

wined
past of wine
wines
plural of wine
wines
third-person singular of wine
wining
present participle of wine
wine

    Turkish pronunciation

    wayn

    Pronunciation

    /ˈwīn/ /ˈwaɪn/

    Etymology

    [ 'wIn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English wīn, from Proto-Germanic *wīnam (cf. Dutch wijn, German Wein), from Latin vīnum, from Proto-Indo-European *wóih₁nom (compare Ancient Greek οἶνος (oínos), Hittite wiana , Armenian գինի (gini)), neuter of *wih₁ḗn 'grapevine' (compare Ancient Greek wiḗn), from *weih- 'to plait, wattle' (compare Old Norse veggr 'wall', Latin vieō 'to bind, interweave', Old Church Slavonic vĭjǫ 'to twist, interweave', Sanskrit vájati 'he weaves').

    Common Collocations

    wine up

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