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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} mantar

Hava güzel olursa, onlar mantar toplamak için ormana gidecek. - They will go to the woods to pick mushrooms, weather permitting.

Bir kütüğün altında bazı yabani mantarlar buldum. - I found some wild mushrooms under the log.

göbelek (halk dili)
(Askeri) şemsiye demiri
yapılar mantar gibi bitmek
hızla çoğalmak
göbelek gibi bitmek
mushroom cloud mantar şeklinde yükselen bulut
yayılıp büyümek
mantarımsı şey
{s} mantarımsı
türedi şey veya kimse
(isim) mantar
{f} mantar gibi çoğalmak
mantar şeklinde yayılmak
{f} yayılmak
mantar,v.mantar gibi türe: n.mantar
mushroom growth birdenbire büyü
{f} hızla büyümek, mantar gibi büyümek; (yapılar) mantar gibi bitmek
{f} türemek
(Gıda) yemeklik mantar
mantar gibi yerden bitmek
hızla büyümek
mantar gibi büyümek
mantar gibi türe
mushroom omelette
(Gıda) mantarlı omlet
mushroom bulb
göbelek şeklinde ampul
mushroom cloud
göbelek şeklinde nükleer bulut
mushroom house
mushroom poisoning
mantar zehirlenmesi
mushroom sauce
mantar sosu
mushroom town
mantar kent
mushroom soup
mantar çorbası
mushroom bulb
mantar biçiminde ampul
mushroom cloud
atom bombası bulutu
mushroom cloud
(özellikle nükleer patlama sonucunda) mantar şeklinde yükselen bulut
mushroom construction
(İnşaat) mantar döşemeli inşaat
mushroom floor
(İnşaat) mantar döşeme
mushroom goby
(Denizbilim) sarı kayabalığı
mushroom grower
mushroom growth
birdenbire büyüyüp yayılma, mantar gibi büyüme
mushroom growth
mantar gibi büyüme
mushroom purée
(Gıda) mantar püresi
mushroom seller
mushroom slab
(İnşaat) mantar döşeme
mushroom slab form
(İnşaat) mantar döşeme kalıbı
mushroom slap floor
mantar döşeme
mushroom system of flat
(İnşaat) mantar döşeme sistemi
mushroom tappet
(Otomotiv) pabuçlu itici
mushroom town
mantar gibi büyüyen kasaba
mushroom valve
koni vana
mantar gibi çoğalma
cultivated mushroom
(Kimya) kültür mantarı
mantar toplama
cultivated mushroom
bahçe mantarı
haymaker mushroom
tırpancı mantarı
horse mushroom
at mantarı
parasol mushroom
şapkalı mantar
verdigris mushroom
zehirli mantar
having the shape of a mushroom
bir mantar şeklinde olan
magic mushroom
sihirli mantar
to mushroom
mantar için
canned mushroom
(Gıda) mantar konservesi
meadow mushroom
meadow mushroom
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kuzu göbeği
mantar şeklini al
pore fungus/mushroom
bot. katranköpüğü
scram mushroom
(Askeri) Bak. "scram"
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any of the fleshy fruiting bodies of fungi typically produced above ground on soil or on their food sources (such as decaying wood)

Some mushrooms are edible and taste good, while others are poisonous and taste foul.

To gather mushrooms
A fungus producing such fruiting bodies
Containing or being made of mushrooms

mushroom soup.

To grow quickly to a large size

The town’s poplulation mushroomed from 10,000 to 110,000 in five years.

Resembling a mushroom by shape or appearance

mushroom cloud.

{n} a spungy plant, an upstart
Of or pertaining to mushrooms; as, mushroom catchup
Mushrooms are fungi that you can eat. There are many types of wild mushrooms. mushroom omelette. see also button mushroom
Large, sometimes edible, fruiting body produced by some fungi
[Slang], a thunderstorm with a well-defined anvil rollover, and thus having a visual appearance resembling a mushroom
A structure bearing the reproductive organs of the plant that produce spores
The unacceptable occurrence when the top of a caisson concrete pier spreads out and hardens to become wider than the foundation wall thickness
{s} mushroom-like, resembling a mushroom; of mushrooms
This is whitish and silky or somewhat scaly above, and bears on the under side radiating gills which are at first flesh-colored, but gradually become brown
An edible fungus (Agaricus campestris), having a white stalk which bears a convex or oven flattish expanded portion called the pileus
There are thousands of varieties of this fleshy fungus The cultivated mushroom is commonly available, but other wild varieties include cepe, chanterelle, enokitake, morel, puffball, and shiitake Many wild mushrooms are poisonous
If something such as an industry or a place mushrooms, it grows or comes into existence very quickly. The media training industry has mushroomed over the past decade A sleepy capital of a few hundred thousand people has mushroomed to a crowded city of 2 million. to grow and develop very quickly. Fleshy spore-bearing structure of certain fungi (see fungus), typically of the class Basidiomycetes. It arises from the mycelium, which may live hundreds of years or a few months, depending on its food supply. Some species grow cellular strands (hyphae) in all directions, forming a circular mat with a "fairy ring" of fruiting bodies around the outside. Popularly, "mushroom" refers to the edible sporophores, while "toadstool" refers to inedible or poisonous sporophores, but there is no scientific distinction between the two names. Mushrooms are classified by cap shape. Umbrella-shaped sporophores with spore-shedding gills on the undersurface are found chiefly in the agaric family (Agaricaceae). Mushrooms that bear spores in an easily detachable layer on the underside of the cap belong to the family Boletaceae. Together the agarics and boletes include most of the forms known as mushrooms. The highly prized edible chanterelle is a bolete. The morels (class Ascomycetes) are popularly included with the true mushrooms because of their shape and fleshy structure. Since some poisonous mushrooms closely resemble edible ones, mushrooms intended for eating must be accurately identified. Mushroom poisoning can cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, cramps, hallucinations, coma, and sometimes death
a large cloud of rubble and dust shaped like a mushroom and rising into the sky after an explosion (especially of a nuclear bomb)
{f} gather mushrooms; sprout up rapidly like mushrooms, develop at a great pace
fleshy body of any of numerous edible fungi
pick or gather mushrooms; "We went mushrooming in the Fall"
(an archaic form is mushrump) (French, mousseron, a white mushroom; Latin, muscus, moss ) “Vocatur fungus muscarum, eo quod in lacte pulverizatus interficit muscas ”- Albertus Magnus, vii 345 Music Father of music Giovanni Battista Pietro Aloisio da Palestrina Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina was “the prince of musicians ” (1529-1594 ) Father of Greek music Terpander (Flourished B C 676 ) The prince of music G Pietro A da Palestrina (1529-1594) Music hath charms, etc ; from Congreve's Mourning Bride, i l
common name for an edible agaric (contrasting with the inedible toadstool)
{i} any of numerous types of fungi that have short thick stems and cap-like tops (of which some are highly poisonous and some are edible)
It is also cultivated from spawn
Any large fungus, especially one of the genus Agaricus; a toadstool
an upright tuft of close millefiori or close concentric millefiori canes, tapering at the base and flaring at the top
It has a pleasant smell, and is largely used as food
Several species are edible; but many are very poisonous
One who rises suddenly from a low condition in life; an upstart
Resembling mushrooms in rapidity of growth and shortness of duration; short-lived; ephemerial; as, mushroom cities
any of various fleshy fungi of the subdivision Basidiomycota consisting of a cap at the end of a stem arising from an underground mycelium
grow and spread fast; "The problem mushroomed"
fleshy body of any of numerous edible fungi a large cloud of rubble and dust shaped like a mushroom and rising into the sky after an explosion (especially of a nuclear bomb) any of various fleshy fungi of the subdivision Basidiomycota consisting of a cap at the end of a stem arising from an underground mycelium common name for an edible agaric (contrasting with the inedible toadstool) grow and spread fast; "The problem mushroomed"
The plant grows in rich pastures and is (Atasözü)ial for rapidity of growth and shortness of duration
A thunderstorm with a well-defined anvil rollover, and thus having a visual appearance resembling a mushroom
An effect caused to the striking surface of the die where the jammer strickes the die Mushrooming can also cause the die to crack
a type of fungus
pick or gather mushrooms; "We went mushrooming in the Fall
mushroom body
either of a pair of structures in the brains of insects and some other arthropods thought to be involved in learning and memory
mushroom cloud
A large, mushroom-shaped cloud of smoke, flame and debris that rises into the sky as a result of a large explosion, especially after a nuclear explosion
mushroom clouds
plural form of mushroom cloud
mushroom party
A new political party that sprouts up quickly before an election, but proves short-lived (like a mushroom)
mushroom anchor
an anchor used for semipermanent moorings; has a bowl-shaped head that will dig in however it falls
mushroom blintzes
small pancakes which have a mushroom filling
mushroom cloud
A mushroom cloud is an extremely large cloud caused by a nuclear explosion. A cloud of smoke and debris shaped like a mushroom, especially one created by the detonation of a nuclear bomb. a large cloud shaped like a mushroom, which is caused by a nuclear explosion
mushroom cloud
mushroom-shaped cloud of smoke rising from the ground after an explosion (esp. a nuclear explosion)
mushroom coral
flattened disk-shaped stony coral usually solitary
mushroom crustless pie
casserole that is made from mushrooms and does not have a dough covering
mushroom pimple
any of various mushrooms of the family Hypocreaceae
mushroom poisoning
or toadstool poisoning Sometimes fatal effect of eating any of the 70-80 species of poisonous mushrooms, or toadstools. Many contain toxic alkaloids. The most deadly, Amanita phalloides ("death cup"), causes violent abdominal pain, vomiting, and bloody diarrhea. Severe liver, kidney, and central-nervous-system damage lead to coma. Over half the victims die. Treatment with thioctic acid, glucose, and penicillin or by filtering the blood with charcoal may be effective. A. muscaria causes vomiting, diarrhea, excessive perspiration, and confusion, with recovery within 24 hours. Gyromitra esculenta toxin is usually destroyed by cooking, but in susceptible people it affects the central nervous system and breaks down blood cells, causing jaundice. Some poisonous mushrooms resemble harmless ones, so extreme caution is needed in wild-mushroom gathering
mushroom poisoning
toxic condition caused by eating certain species of mushrooms (especially Amanita species)
mushroom quiche
savory custard pie containing mushrooms
mushroom sauce
sauce or dressing made from mushrooms
mushroom sauce
brown sauce and sauteed mushrooms
mushroom soup
soup made from stewed mushrooms
brain mushroom
A fungus common in Europe and North America and one of several species of fungi known as false morels, Gyromitra esculenta
button mushroom
Agaricus bisporus, the white or common mushroom
darning mushroom
In the days of darning, particularly socks, a mushroom-shaped device to darn a sock on. The sock can be stretched over the top of the (curved) mushroom, and gathered-tightly-around the stalk
enoki mushroom
a mushroom with a long, thin stem, in the genus Flammulina, used primarily in the cuisines of East Asia
gypsy mushroom
A highly esteemed edible mushroom related to webcaps
king oyster mushroom
an edible mushroom, Pleurotus eryngii
magic mushroom
Any mushroom-like fungus that has psychedelic effects
maize mushroom
corn smut
Simple past tense and past participle of mushroom
oyster mushroom
A common mushroom prized for its edibility and lack of confusing look-alikes
straw mushroom
A small, edible mushroom used primarily in the cuisines of East and Southeast Asia, Volvariella volvacea
blushing mushroom
yellowish edible agaric that usually turns red when touched
button mushroom
Button mushrooms are small mushrooms used in cooking
deer mushroom
a small edible agaric with a slender stalk; usually found on rotting hardwoods
enoki mushroom
{i} enokidake, small delicatedly flavored white edible mushroom with slender stalks native to Japan
fairy-ring mushroom
mushroom that grows in a fairy ring
fischer's slime mushroom
a type of slime mushroom
green mushroom pimple
a variety of mushroom pimple
hallucinogenic mushroom
mushroom of southeast Asia which causes its eater to experience hallucinations
honey mushroom
a honey-colored edible mushroom commonly associated with the roots of trees in late summer and fall; do not eat raw
horse mushroom
coarse edible mushroom with a hollow stem and abroad white cap
inedible mushroom
poisonous mushrooms
magic mushroom
Magic mushrooms are a type of mushroom which contain a drug and may make the person who eats them believe they are seeing things which are not real. a type of mushroom that has an effect like some drugs, and makes you see things that are not really there
magic mushroom
mescal button: the button-shaped top of the mescal cactus; a source of psilocybin
meadow mushroom
common edible mushroom found naturally in moist open soil; the cultivated mushroom of commerce
meadow mushroom
An edible mushroom (Agaricus campestris) that thrives in moist soil and is widely cultivated for food
past of mushroom
{s} growing with great speed
present participle of mushroom
Edible fungi used for flavouring soups and some meat dishes In Northern India, fresh, dried, or canned mushrooms are used for pulaos and some gravies N
Plural of mushroom
DRIED BLACK: Richly-flavored, aromatic mushroom that combines well with most ingredients Soak in enough warm water to cover for 30 minutes before using SNOW: Also known as grass mushrooms Suble flavor with a crunchy texture Available in cans TREE MUSHROOMS (EARS): Also known as cloud ears or wood ears
Many varieties beside the common white button mushroom are in supermarkets now Shitake and portabella mushrooms have received the most attention You can experiment in your cooking by substituting one type of mushroom for another and savor the flavor change
(Chinese) Dried and black-must be soaked in boiling water before using
nuclear mushroom
column of smoke shaped like a mushroom that forms over the site of a nuclear explosion
orange mushroom pimple
a variety of mushroom pimple
oyster mushroom
edible agaric with a soft grayish cap growing in shelving masses on dead wood
oyster mushroom
Any of several edible mushrooms of the genus Pleurotus, having a soft, flavorful, grayish cap
parasol mushroom
edible long-stalked mushroom with white flesh and gills and spores; found in open woodlands in autumn
pine mushroom
edible mushroom that is commonly found in Israel and which grows near pine trees
porcini mushroom
{i} cep, brown edible mushroom
sandy mushroom
an edible agaric that fruits in great clusters (especially in sandy soil under cottonwood trees)
shimeji mushroom
{i} Japanese cultivated fleshy mushroom
slime mushroom
a mushroom of the genus Amanita
snow mushroom
popular in China and Japan and Taiwan; gelatinous mushrooms; most are dried
sponge mushroom
The morel
straw mushroom
A tropical and subtropical edible mushroom (Volvariella volvacea) having a white cap and a long stipe with a swollen base
straw mushroom
small tropical and subtropical edible mushroom having a white cap and long stem; an expensive delicacy in China and other Asian countries where it is grown commercially
stuffed mushroom
meats or nuts or seafood or spinach
stuffed mushroom
mushrooms stuffed with any of numerous mixtures of e
stuffed mushroom
mushrooms stuffed with any of numerous mixtures of e g meats or nuts or seafood or spinach
white slime mushroom
a type of slime mushroom
winter mushroom
an edible agaric that is available in early spring or late fall when few other mushrooms are; has a viscid smooth orange to brown cap and a velvety stalk that turns black in maturity and pallid gills; often occur in clusters
Türkçe - İngilizce

mushroom teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

pore mushroom
pore fungus



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    Zıt anlamlılar

    shrink, shrivel


    /ˈməsʜro͞om/ /ˈmʌʃruːm/


    [ 'm&sh-"rüm, -"rum; ] (noun.) 1533. Middle English musheron, musseron, from Old French mousseron, from Medieval Latin mussiriōnem, musariōnem, accusative of mussiriō, musariō "mushroom", from Old French mousse "moss" (—first applied to a type of fungus which grows in moss), of Germanic origin, from Low Frankish *mosa (“moss”) or Old Dutch mosa "moss", both from Proto-Germanic *musan, *musē-n, *miuzi-z (“moss, bog”) from Proto-Indo-European *meus- (“moss, mold, mildew”). Akin to Old High German mos "moss, bog", Old High German mios "moss, mire", Old English mēos "moss", Old English mōs "bog, marsh", Old Norse mosi "moss", Old Norse myrr "bog, mire". Replaced native swamm "mushroom" from Old English. More at mire

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