listen to the pronunciation of gin
İngilizce - Türkçe
pamuk çekirdeklerini çıkarmak
{i} cin (içki)
(içki) cin
tuzağa düşür(mek)

Bir cin tonik istiyorum. - I'd like a gin and tonic.

Tom, Mary için cin tonik, kendisi içinse bira sipariş etti. - Tom ordered a beer for himself and a gin tonic for Mary.

{f} kapana kıstırmak
cin,v.tuzağa düşür: n.cin
{i} tuzak
{i} kapan
gin block vinç tornosu
{i} asil yerli kadın [avus.]
{i} çırçır (makine)
{f} (pamuğu) çırçırdan geçirmek
gin rummy bir çeşit iskambil oyunu
{f} pamuğun çekirdeklerini ayıklamak
{i} çırçır makinesi
{f} tuzağa düşürmek
(Tekstil) 1. çırçır 2. çırçırlamak
çiğidi pamuktan ayıran makina
asil yerli kadın
gin and tonic
cin tonik

Bir cin tonik istiyorum. - I'd like a gin and tonic.

Bir cin tonikin bileşenleri nelerdir? - What are the constituents of a gin and tonic?

gin block
vinç tornosu
gin mill
{i} bar
gin mill
{i} meyhane
gin pole
roller gin
(Tekstil) rollergin
cotton gin
pamuk çırçırı
be gin
pink gin
pembe cin
sloe gin
yaban eriği cin
cotton gin
pamuk tarağı
cotton gin
çırçır makinesi
cotton gin
cotton gin
(Tekstil) çırçırlama Açıklama: Pamuk liflerinin tohumundan ayrılması işlemidir
i'll have a gin and tonic
cin tonik rica ediyorum
roller gin
(Tekstil) silindirli çırçır makinesi, roller-gin
saw gin
(Tekstil) testereli çırçır makinesi, saw-gin
to gin
Türkçe - Türkçe

gin teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Türkçedeki "li, lu, lı" eklerinin karşılığıdır
İngilizce - İngilizce
To begin
To trap something in a gin
A windpump
An Aboriginal woman
To remove the seeds from cotton with a cotton gin
A cotton gin
A pile driver
A snare or trap for game
gin rummy
A colourless non-aged alcoholic liquor made by distilling fermented grains such as barley, corn, oats or rye with juniper berries; the base for many cocktails
A trick; a device or instrument
A machine for hoisting or moving heavy objects
{v} to clean cotton of its feeds by a gin
{n} a spirit distilled from grain, sometimes flavored with juniper berries or oil of turpentine
{n} a snare, trap, engine, pump, geneva, a machine to clean cotton
Distilled from grain Juniper berries and other botanical give it its flavor Most gin is colorless, however, some gins appear golden or straw-colored because of aging in barrels Gin is bottled at proofs varying from 80 to 94
(1) (exclamation) (B) "I claim the rest of the tricks "
Greenland/Iceland/Norwegian Sea
GSM Information Network GIN, the GSM Information Net, is a commercial content provider that servces several information and converts it in a form that is easily readable on handies
a distillation of grain with a juniper berry flavour
-A device used for temporary lifting
A hoisting drum, usually vertical; a whim
Contrivance; artifice; a trap; a snare
a form of rummy in which a player can go out if the cards remaining in their hand total less than 10 points strong liquor flavored with juniper berries trap with a snare; "gin game"
To knock with no deadwood, i e , with all cards in melds
a form of rummy in which a player can go out if the cards remaining in their hand total less than 10 points
1 Slang: I claim the rest of the tricks 2 Slang: a contract, which is certain to be made
Common gin is usually flavored with turpentine
{i} cotton gin, machine which removes seeds from raw cotton; trap, snare
The machine that separates lint cotton from cotton seeds The full name is cotton engine
A strong alcoholic liquor, distilled from rye and barley, and flavored with juniper berries; also called Hollands and Holland gin, because originally, and still very extensively, manufactured in Holland
Metallic silver It is seen in many varieties
To catch in a trap
Gin is a clear liquid The exact combination of herbs, seeds, and peels used for flavouring varies from one brand to another, but the flavour of juniper berries always predominates Many of the most popular gins are imported from England which is the original home of gin
separate the seeds from (cotton) with a cotton gin
a trap for birds or small mammals; often has a noose
Is a juniper berry flavored spirit There are 2 types of gin: dry gin and geneva gin They taste quite different from each other Back to index
a trap (1 ) Ps 140: 5, 141: 9, Amos 3: 5, the Hebrew word used, mokesh, means a noose or "snare," as it is elsewhere rendered (Ps 18: 5; Prov 13: 14, etc )
A machine for separating the seeds from cotton; a cotton gin
Gin is a strong colourless alcoholic drink made from grain and juniper berries. A gin is a glass of gin. another gin and tonic. Gin rummy. Colorless distilled liquor. Made from neutral grain spirits, it acquires its distinctive flavour from juniper berries and aromatics (such as anise and caraway seeds). Its origin is attributed to a 17th-century Dutch medical researcher, Franciscus Sylvius. Two principal types are marketed: a malty-flavoured and full-bodied Netherlands type (alcohol content about 35% by volume) and a dry, purified type favoured in Britain and the U.S. (40-47% alcohol by volume). Dry gin, which has more flavouring ingredients, is served either unmixed or in cocktails. Dutch gins are usually served unmixed or with water
Against; near by; towards; as, gin night
{f} trap, snare; remove seeds from cotton by means of a cotton gin
To begin; often followed by an infinitive without to; as, gan tell
A machine for raising or moving heavy weights, consisting of a tripod formed of poles united at the top, with a windlass, pulleys, ropes, etc
strong liquor flavored with juniper berries
trap with a snare; "gin game"
An unaged liquor using of distillates from barley, corn, or rye, and juniper berries London dry gin is colorless Hollands gin is a Dutch gin that tastes very different from other gins because of its large proportion of barley malt
{i} strong colorless alcoholic liquor made from distilled rye and juniper berries; gin rummy (type of card game)
Alcoholic drink distilled from malted grain and flavoured with juniper berries It was invented by a Dutch chemist in the 17th century as a remedy Later, it was brought to England and developed there as a favorite liquor for the working class
To clear of seeds by a machine; as, to gin cotton
a machine that separates the seeds from raw cotton fibers
gin and it
A simple cocktail, similar to an unsophisticated martini, made from gin and sweet vermouth
gin and tonic
A simple cocktail made from gin and tonic water, often served on ice and with a slice of lemon

She drank gin and tonic by preference.

gin and tonic
A glass of the above

The bartender served them a each a gin and tonic on the rocks.

gin burglar
A white man who sexually exploits aboriginal women

1971: Now and then you would meet fellows who ... would go from station to station, scrounging feeds and hanging about the blacks' camp looking for girls. They were known as combos, murlongers, or gin burglars. — K. Willey, Boss Drover, quoted in R. M. W. Dixon, Australian Aboriginal Words, Oxford University Press, 1990, ISBN 0-19-553099-3, page 167.

gin burglars
plural form of gin burglar
gin fizz
A cocktail made from gin, lemon juice, sugar, and fizzy water
gin pole
A long, supporting pole used during the erection of a mast or pylon
gin rummy
A card-holding game and variant of rummy
gin up
To stir up, stimulate, enliven, etc
gin up
To generate, devise or create
gin up
To exaggerate
gin up
To set up a snare
gin's piss
A poor quality beer. (Reference: R. M. W. Dixon, Australian Aboriginal Words'', Oxford University Press, 1990, ISBN 0-19-553099-3, page 167.)

May you take a swig of gin’s piss, mistaking it for beer, — The Bastard from the Bush, traditional bawdy Australian poem , attributed perhaps to Henry Lawson, eg.

Alternative spelling of gin and it
gin and it
a cocktail made of gin and sweet vermouth
gin and tonic
an alcoholic drink made with gin and tonic (=a special type of bitter-tasting water) , served with ice and a thin piece of lemon or lime
gin and tonic
gin and quinine water
gin mill
tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms; often provides light meals
gin mill
{i} saloon, bar (Slang)
gin mill
A bar or saloon
gin rickey
a rickey made with gin
gin rummy
A variety of rummy for two or more persons in which a player may win by matching all his or her cards or may end the game by melding with unmatched cards that add up to ten points or fewer. a type of rummy (=card game for two people). Rummy game for two players in which each is dealt 10 cards and a player may win a hand by matching or sequencing by suit all the cards in it by drawing from a deck. Play may also end when the unmatched cards count up to 10 points or less. If a player matches all the cards he is "gin." The first player to reach 100 points wins. The game was introduced in New York in 1909
gin rummy
type of card game
gin rummy
a form of rummy in which a player can go out if the cards remaining in their hand total less than 10 points
gin sling
a sling made with gin
Ramos gin fizz
A cocktail particularly associated with New Orleans, made from gin, lemon and lime juice, egg white, sugar, cream, orange flower water and soda water

What was that everybody at your table was drinking? Can I get you one?” “Ramos gin fizz. Get yourself one, too.”.

cotton gin
A machine used for separating cotton fibers from cotton seeds, etc
cotton gin
Any mechanism that separates one person from another, whether it be distance, time, or apathy
Simple past tense and past participle of gin
A person who operates a gin
A cotton ginning plant
pink gin
cocktail consisting of gin with a very light dash of bitters
sloe gin
A dark red liqueur made from sloe berries
cotton gin
A Northerner, Eli Whitney, invented the cotton gin in 1793, thereby revolutionizing the southern economy and giving slavery a new life in the South The gin (engine) was a device for separating the seed of short-staple cotton from the fiber
bathtub gin
homemade gin especially that made illegally
bathtub gin
Homemade gin
cotton gin
machine which separates cotton fibers from the seeds
cotton gin
a machine that separates the seeds from raw cotton fibers
cotton gin
A machine that separates the seeds, seed hulls, and other small objects from the fibers of cotton. a machine that separates the seeds of a cotton plant from the cotton (gin 1300-1400 From engin ). Machine for cleaning cotton of its seeds. The design that became standard was invented in the U.S. by Eli Whitney in 1793. The mechanization of spinning in England had created a greatly expanded market for U.S. cotton, but production was bottlenecked by the manual removal of the seeds from the raw fibre. The cotton gin pulled the cotton through a set of wire teeth mounted on a revolving cylinder, the fibre passing through narrow slots in an iron breastwork too small to permit passage of the seed. The simplicity of the invention caused it to be widely copied. It is credited with making cotton the most important export crop of the U.S. before the American Civil War, as settlers and their slaves spread westward through prime cotton-growing regions of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas
cotton gin
Machine perfected in 1793 by American inventor Eli Whitney to separate cotton from its seed
cotton gin
a nickname of cotton engine (machine to clean cotton); it increased the demand for slave labor as an unintended effect
past of gin
{s} untangled and cleaned, carded (about wool or cotton); drunk
present participle of gin
plural of gin
third-person singular of gin
pink gin
a pink alcoholic drink made of gin and a strong bitter liquid
sloe gin
A liqueur having a gin base, flavored with fresh sloes. an alcoholic drink made with sloes, gin, and sugar
sloe gin
gin flavored with sloes (fruit of the blackthorn)

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    [ 'gin ] (verb.) 13th century. Abbreviation of geneva or alternatively from Dutch genever (“juniper”) from the Old French genevre, from Latin iūniperus (“juniper”). Hence Gin rummy first attested 1941.

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