ham

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} jambon

Tom Mary'nin onun için yaptığı jambonlu sandviçi yiyiverdi. - Tom scarfed down the ham sandwich that Mary had made for him.

Jambonlu sandviç yemen gerektiğini düşünüyorum. - I think you should eat a ham sandwich.

Bir tür işlenmiş domuz eti
argo aşırı duygusal veya abartmalı bir şekilde oynama
{i} gösterişçi
abartmalı (oyuncu/aparıcı/vb.) 3.amatör telsizci
{i} amatör radyocu
kıç kaynağı
tiyatro abartarak oynayan oyuncu
{f} rol kesmek
{i} k.dili. amatör radyo operatörü
{i} acemi oyuncu
amatör radyo operatörü
{f} abartılı oynamak
(Tıp) Dizin arka kısmı, diz eklemi arkasındaki çukur bölge, popliteal bölge
{i} artist
{f} argo abartarak oynamak
{i} argo abartarak oynayan oyuncu
(Tıp) Uylukların üst kısmı ve kalçaların müştereken oluşturduğu oturak bölgesi
kıç
jambonlu
ham and eggs
jambonlu yumurta
ham-fisted
sakar
ham-fisted
beceriksiz
ham and egg
jambon ve yumurta
ham bone
jambon kemik
ham it up
(deyim) Oynadığı rolü abartmak
ham salad
jambon salata
ham steak
jambon biftek
ham string
jambon string
ham up
(deyim) Abartarak ifade etmek, mübalağa yaparak konuşmak

Here's a picture of Philip hamming it up for grandma when he was only three.

ham up
Oynadığı rolü abartmak
ham actor
{i} acemi aktör
ham actor
{i} aktör bozuntusu
ham actress
acemi aktris
ham actress
aktris bozuntusu
ham fisted
beceriksiz
ham fisted
hoyrat
ham fisted
eli ağır
ham handed
eli ağır
ham handed
hoyrat
ham handed
beceriksiz
ham sandwich
{i} jambonlu sandviç

Tom Mary'nin onun için yaptığı jambonlu sandviçi yiyiverdi. - Tom scarfed down the ham sandwich that Mary had made for him.

Jambonlu sandviç yemen gerektiğini düşünüyorum. - I think you should eat a ham sandwich.

ham sandwich
(isim) jambonlu sandviç
boiled ham
(Gıda) jambon
beef ham
sığır jambon
raw ham
çiğ jambon
virginia ham
virginia jambon
west ham
batı jambon
baked ham
fırında jambon
give me several slices of ham, please
birkaç dilim jambon verin lütfen
i'll just have a ham sandwich
jambonlu sandviç rica ediyorum
jellied ham
(Gıda) jöleli jambon
smoked ham
jambon füme
Türkçe - Türkçe
Kaba, toplum kurallarını bilmeyen, incelmemiş
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Acemi kimse, tecrübesiz. Terbiye görmemiş kişi
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Nâfile, beyhude, boşuboşuna
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İşlenmemiş, üzerinde çalışılmamış
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Olmamış, pişmemiş, çiğ
Yenecek kadar olgun olmayan (meyve). İşlenmemiş (madde). İdmansız
Geçekleşme kolaylığı ve imkanı olmayan
İdmansız
Yenecek kadar olgun olmayan
Olgun olmayan
Gerçekleşme kolaylığı veya imkânı olmayan
Hz. Nuh'un ikinci oğlu
İşlenmemiş (madde)
Terbiye görmemiş kişi
Jambon
Olgunlaşmamış
Hz. Nuh'un oğulları
(Osmanlı Dönemi) ENİD
ham madde
Bir ürün veya mal oluşturmak için gerekli maddelerin işlenmeden önceki doğal durumu
HAM MADDE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir şeyin meydana getirilmesi için işlenilen ana maddelerden her biri
HAM'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (HIM') (C.: Ahmâ') : Kaynata. Zevc tarafından olan kimseler
HAM'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (HUMU') Eğrilik, aksaklık
ham besi suyu
Kökler tarafından topraktan emilip yapraklara kadar çıkan besi suyu
ham ervah
Yersiz, yakışıksız söz ve davranışları olan kimse, çiğ adam
ham gaz
İşlenmemiş gaz
ham hayal
Gerçekleşmeyecek düşünce veya ümit
ham hum
"Belirsiz birtakım sözler söylemek" anlamına gelen ham hum etmek deyiminde geçer
ham hum
Önemsiz, boş söz
ham payı
Zıvanalı geçmeleri sağlamlaştırmak amacı ile zıvanadan genellikle üçte biri oranında çıkarılan parça
HAMS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (E) Açlık
HAMS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yaradaki şişin inmesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem

And the sons of Noah, that went forth of the ark, were Shem, and Ham, and Japheth: and Ham is the father of Canaan.

A person whose hobby is ham radio
Archaic spelling of home
To overact; to act with exaggerated emotions
An actor with an especially showy or exaggerated style
The thigh of a hog cured for food
The thigh and buttock of any animal slaughtered for meat
The back of the thigh
The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock
Ham is meat from the top of the back leg of a pig, specially treated so that it can be kept for a long period of time. ham sandwiches
If actors or actresses ham it up, they exaggerate every emotion and gesture when they are acting, often deliberately because they think that the audience will be more amused. Thrusting themselves into the spirit of the farce, they ham it up like mad. In the Bible, a son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem. hammed hamming ham it up to perform with too much false emotion when acting. Cut of meat consisting of the thigh of a hog, usually preserved through a curing process that involves salting and smoking or drying. In addition to preserving the meat, curing gives it additional flavour. Sugar or honey and spices are sometimes added to further enhance flavour. Produced throughout the Old World except where forbidden by religious edict (principally by observant Muslims and Jews), ham became a favoured food on farms of North America. The distinctive qualities of hams of various regions of the world result from unique combinations of hog-raising and meat-processing techniques. Virginia hams, for example, are cut from razorback hogs fed on peanuts and peaches and smoked over apple-and hickory-wood fires. Ham is a source of high-grade animal protein, thiamine, and iron
{i} smoked meat from the hindquarter of a hog; bad actor; amateur radio operator
{n} a leg of pork cured, end of the thigh, house
an unskilled actor who overacts
Sanskrit word meaning the gross body or instrument of the soul The soul is the doer and the gross body is the instrument Ham also refers to the ego
an amateur radio operator; not no be confused with DXer and DXing
meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked) an unskilled actor who overacts a licensed amateur radio operator (Old Testament) son of Noah
a licensed amateur radio operator
exaggerate one's acting
The thigh of any animal; especially, the thigh of a hog cured by salting and smoking
(Old Testament) son of Noah
meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
Home
janbon
(Virginia, Smithfield) The nearest tasting to Chinese ham Very salty
One of the sons of Noah; he abused his father and Canaan, his son, was cursed for it
n daging babi (daging)
A hind leg of pork/hog cured in various ways The leg is cut from the carcase and brined seperately Ham may be cooked, raw or smoked The french term Jambon refers to ham and also to a leg of fresh pork see also Ham pictures see also cooking a Ham
According to Genesis, a son of Noah (Gen 5: 32; 6: 10; 7: 13; 9: 18, 22) and the father of Canaan (Gen 9: 22), Ham was considered the progenitor of various nations in Phoenicia, Africa, and West Arabia (1 Chron 8) "The land of Ham" is usually taken to be Egypt (Pss 78: 51; 105: 23; etc )
ham e-mail
E-mail that is generally desired and isn't considered spam
ham hock
The cut of meat at the joint between the leg and foot of a hog

Cornmeal, gunpowder, ham hocks and guitar strings!.

ham it up
To deliberately exaggerate one's emotions or movements, or to overact or act badly

You can count on him to ham it up for the camera.

ham radio
the hobby of amateur radio communications
ham sandwich
Something utterly commonplace, of modest value
ham shank
A wank
ham up
To make something more clichéd, or more cheesy
ham-and-egger
a failure of a boxer that couln't make it big; a tomato can
ham-and-egger
an ordinary person; a simpleton
ham-and-egger
A preliminary wrestler; a jobber
ham-and-egger
Disdainful remark directed at someone deemed worthless or undesirable
ham-fisted
Lacking skill in physical movement, especially with the hands
ham-fisted
Lacking skill in general
ham-handed
Clumsy, heavy, or inept; not delicate, light or gentle

Some of the dishes arrived damaged after their ham-handed moving efforts.

ham-handedly
In a ham-handed manner; clumsily or heavily; without lightness; not gently
ham handed
ham fisted
ham it up
(deyim) Overact
ham up
(deyim) Overact
ham up
(deyim) Perform or act in an excessive way to attract attention or amuse people

He HAMMED the part UP to get the audience to laugh.

ham actor
{i} amateur actor who overacts
ham and eggs
eggs (scrambled or fried) served with ham
ham fisted
{s} clumsy, awkward
ham hock
a small cut of meat from the leg just above the foot
ham radio
{i} wireless two way amateur radio communication
ham sandwich
{i} sandwich containing meat from a hog's thigh
ham sandwich
a sandwich made with a filling of sliced ham
ham-fisted
If you describe someone as ham-fisted, you mean that they are clumsy, especially in the way that they use their hands. They can all be made in minutes by even the most ham-fisted of cooks
ham-fisted
not skillful in physical movement especially with the hands; "a bumbling mechanic"; "a bungling performance"; "ham-handed governmental interference"; "could scarcely empty a scuttle of ashes, so handless was the poor creature"- Mary H Vorse
ham-handed
not skillful in physical movement especially with the hands; "a bumbling mechanic"; "a bungling performance"; "ham-handed governmental interference"; "could scarcely empty a scuttle of ashes, so handless was the poor creature"- Mary H Vorse
Admiralty ham
(Royal Navy, c 1900) Tinned fish
Bayonne ham
An air dried salted ham that takes its name from the French city of Bayonne
Christmas ham
A ham, boiled and then baked in the oven with mustard, served sliced at Christmas as one of the traditionally most important parts of the Scandinavian julbord (special Christmas-time smörgåsbord)
hams
plural form of ham
hams
The hamstring muscles; the biceps femoris

Powerful hip extension is essential if you hope to squat heavier, jump higher or run faster, making it essential to train the hams using focused hip-extension exercises (like the romanian deadlift).

Virginia ham
A lean hickory-smoked ham with dark red meat
West Ham
a British football club from east London, officially called 'West Ham United' and informally called 'the Hammers'
hamming
poor acting by a ham actor
hams
plural of ham
picnic ham
shoulder of a hog usually smoked
virginia ham
a lean hickory-smoked ham; has dark red meat
Türkçe - İngilizce
crude

This figure is a mirror of the decrease in imports of crude oil. - Bu şekil ham petrol ithalatının azaldığının bir göstergesidir.

They're loading crude oil onto the ship. - Gemiye ham petrol yüklüyorlar.

raw

Japan imports various raw materials from abroad. - Japonya yurt dışından çeşitli ham maddeleri ithal eder.

Japan depends on imports for raw materials. - Japonya ham madde açısından ithalata bağımlıdır.

rude
virgin
unrefined
green
unripe, green; raw, crude; inexperienced, tyro; out of training; vain, useless
immature
unrefined (person)
unripe, green
unripe
(elmas) uncut
raw, crude, unrefined
unrealistic (aims, ambitions, suggestions)
out of shape, out of condition, soft (from lack of exercise)
tyro
inexperienced
coarse
vain
useless
unbaked
unburnt
rough
unpolished
unprimed
ham petrol
crude oil

They're loading crude oil onto the ship. - Gemiye ham petrol yüklüyorlar.

Crude oil has been falling in price. - Ham petrol fiyatı düşmektedir.

ham demir
bloom
ham (meyve)
green
ham ürün
(Turizm) core product
ham kavun
crude melon
ham madde
raw material

Japan imports various raw materials from abroad. - Japonya yurt dışından çeşitli ham maddeleri ithal eder.

Japan depends on imports for raw materials. - Japonya ham madde açısından ithalata bağımlıdır.

ham meyve
raw fruit
ham su
(Mühendislik) raw water
ham besisuyu
sap
ham deri
raw hide
ham deri
rawhide
ham elma
codling
ham elyaf
crude fibre
ham en
width in grey
ham ervah
blunt and tactless person, insensitive and rude person
ham film
unexposed film
ham hum
murmuring meaninglessly, mumbling
ham hum
colloq
ham hum
{k} hemming and hawing. ~ etmek colloq
ham hum
{k} to murmur meaninglessly, mumble
ham hum
{k} nonsense, claptrap, fiddle-faddle
ham hum
hemming and hawing
ham hum
{k} to hem and haw. ~ şaralop colloq
ham hum
humming and hawing
ham hum
{k} deception by sleight of hand or confusing talk
ham hum etmek
to hum and haw
ham hum etmek
(Konuşma Dili) 1. to murmur meaninglessly, mumble. 2. to hem and haw
ham hum şaralop
(Konuşma Dili) 1. deception by sleight of hand or confusing talk. 2. nonsense, claptrap, fiddle-faddle
ham iken boyamak
engrain
ham ipek
floss silk
ham ipek
raw silk, bast silk
ham ipek
floss
ham iplik
grège yarn
ham katran
crude tar
ham kauçuk
raw rubber
ham kenevir
raw hemp
ham keten renginde
ecru
ham madde
(Hukuk) raw materials

Japan has to import most of its raw materials. - Japonya ham maddelerinin çoğunu ithal etmek zorunda.

Japan depends on imports for raw materials. - Japonya ham madde açısından ithalata bağımlıdır.

ham maddeden üretmek
create from raw stuff
ham maddeden üretmek
create from raw material
ham mamul
grey cloth
ham meyve suyu
verjuice
ham olarak
in the raw
ham pamuk
raw cotton
ham pamuk
cotton wool
ham petrol
virgin oil
ham teklif
unacceptable suggestion
ham veri
raw data
ham yakut
unpolished ruby
ham yün
raw wool
ham çelik
raw steel
ham çin yağı
raw tung oil
ham ürün
grey cloth
ham şeker
muscovado
ham şeker
raw sugar
ham şerbet
raw juice
ham petrol
petroleum

The end of the era of petroleum is in sight. - Ham petrol çağının sonu görünümde.

(meyve) ham
green
ham petrol
unprocessed oil
ham petrol
crude slate
ham petrol
rock oil
ham petrol
coal oil
ham madde
raw stuff
ham petrol
crude petroleum
ham madde
row material
hams
anchovy
arsenikli ham maden
speiss
dokuma ham maddeleri
(Tekstil) textile material
ham petrol
{i} crude

Crude oil is refined at this plant. - Ham petrol bu fabrikada arıtılır.

Crude oil has been falling in price. - Ham petrol fiyatı düşmektedir.

ilk ham şeker
first raw sugar
ilkel ham maddeler
(Ticaret) unprocessed raw materials
karma ham petrol
mixed crude oil
kauçuk ham maddesi
latex
nuh'un oğlu ham'ın soyundan gelen zenci
Hamite
sakızımsı ciklet ham maddesi
chicle gum
Çin ham ipeği
Chinese raw silk
ham

    Heceleme

    Ham

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    häm

    Telaffuz

    /ˈham/ /ˈhæm/

    Etimoloji

    [ ham ] (noun.) before 12th century. c. 1637, Middle English hamme, from Old English hamm 'bend of the knee', from Proto-Germanic *xanmō (compare Dutch ham, German dialect Hamme), from pre-Germanic *konɘmā, from Proto-Indo-European *knāmā 'shin' (compare Middle Irish cnáim 'bone', Ancient Greek knḗmé 'shinbone'). Compare gammon.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    ham madde, ham petrol

    Günün kelimesi

    meed