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İngilizce - Türkçe
yulaf

Yulaf uzun zaman atlara ve katırlara yiyecek olmuştur. - Oats have long been food for horses and mules.

Yulaf ezmesini yiyebileceğim tek usul bol şekerlidir. - The only way I can eat oatmeal is with a lot of sugar.

yulaf tanesi
(isim) yulaf
oat meal
yulaf ezmesi
oat bran
Yulaf kepeği
oat cell carcinoma
yulaf hücreli karsinom
oat flakes
yulaf gevreği
oat bread
yulaf ekmeği
oat grass
çayır yulafı
feel one's oat
özünü beğenmek
oats
yulaf ezmesi
cereal oat
Yulaf
sea oat
deniz yulaf
wild oat
yaban yulafı
oats
i., çoğ. yulaf
oats
yulaf

Tom atına biraz yulaf verdi. - Tom gave his horse some oats.

Tom atına biraz yulaf verdi. - Tom gave some oats to his horse.

wild oat
yabanyulafı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A widely cultivated cereal grass, Avena sativa
The seeds of the oat, harvested as a food crop
seed of the annual grass Avena sativa (spoken of primarily in the plural as `oats')
made of oats
{i} cereal grass cultivated for its seed; seed of the oat plant, oats
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A well-known cereal grass (Avena sativa), and its edible grain; commonly used in the plural and in a collective sense
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seed of the annual grass Avena sativa (spoken of primarily in the plural as `oats') annual grass of Europe and North Africa; grains used as food and fodder (referred to primarily in the plural: `oats')
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annual grass of Europe and North Africa; grains used as food and fodder (referred to primarily in the plural: `oats')
A musical pipe made of oat straw
A very nutritious cereal grass Oats that have been cleaned, toasted, and hulled become "oat groats" which can be cooked and served Steaming and flattening the grain in rollers produces "rolled oats " The hull is called the "bran "
The seeds of the oat, harvested as a food crop. Used also in form oats
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oat grass
One of the various Eurasian and African grasses Arrhenatherum and Danthonia
oat grasses
plural form of oat grass
oat bran
The edible portion of the whole oat that is separated by sifting from the flour
oat bran
absorbent powder Oat Flour emollient, absorbent powder, emulsifier Olive Oil emollient Orange Blossom aromatic agent Orange Oil aromatic agent Orange Peel Extract astringent Orchid Extract moisturizer
oat bran
The outer casing of the oat grain This part of the grain is very high in soluble fiber, which is believed to be effective in helping to reduce cholesterol levels in the blood
oat bran
{i} outer cover of oat
oat bran
absorbent powder Oat Flour emollient, absorbent powder, emulsifier Olive Oil emollient Protects against free radicals and UV rays Emollient Anti-inflammatory Nourishing Contains unsaponifiables which are its most precious fraction extract Unsaponifiables are a powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-rash and anti-oxidant agent It is especially suitable for very sensitive skin The staple of the Mediterranean diet Olive oil is also hailed for its beautifying properties and recognized as a "good" oil Orange Blossom aromatic agent Orange Oil aromatic agent Orange Peel Extract astringent Orchid Extract moisturizer
oat bran
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oat bran
absorbent powder
oat cake
a biscuit made of oatmeal
oat cell carcinoma
A highly malignant carcinoma of the lungs composed of small ovoid undifferentiated cells. Also called small cell carcinoma
oat cell carcinoma
highly malignant carcinoma composed of small round or egg-shaped cells with little cytoplasm; lung cancers are frequently oat cell carcinomas
oat flakes
{i} whole oat kernels steamed and flattened and then flaked to keep most of their nutrition value (white to golden color and used in cereals, baking etc.)
oats
{n} a species of grain well known
cereal oat
widely cultivated in temperate regions for its edible grains
oats
If a young person sows their wild oats, they behave in a rather uncontrolled way, especially by having a lot of sexual relationships. The kids need to sow a few wild oats. the grain from which flour or oatmeal is made and that is used in cooking, or in food for animals sow your wild oats sow (3). Hardy cereal plant (Avena sativa), cultivated in temperate regions, that is able to live in poor soil. The edible starchy grain is used primarily as livestock feed, but is also processed into rolled oats and oat flour for human consumption. High in carbohydrates, oats also provide protein, fat, calcium, iron, and B vitamins. Oat straw is used for animal feed and bedding
oats
a type of cereal
oats
plural of oat
oats
He has sown his wild oats He has left off his gay habits and is become steady The thick vapours which rise on the earth's surface just before the lands in the north burst into vegetation, are called in Denmark Lok kens havre (Loki's wild oats) When the fine weather succeeds, the Danes say, “Loki has sown his wild oats ”
oats
A grain, which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people
oats
(Avena sativa) A cereal grass cultivated for its edible seed, used by both man and animals
oats
French government notes
oats
Oats are a cereal crop or its grains, used for making biscuits or a food called porridge, or for feeding animals. Oats provide good, nutritious food for horses. oat bran
oats
avena
oats
haver
oats
The form oat is used as a modifier
oats
{i} crushed hulled oats
oats
are most widely available in rolled form Steel-cut oats are cracked whole grain oats; when cooked, they are chewy They're also called Irish oatmeal A good source of fiber, 1/2 cup of steel-cut oats has 7 5 grams You may also see oat groats or whole grain oats
slender wild oat
oat of southern Europe and southwestern Asia
tall oat grass
coarse perennial Eurasian grass resembling oat; found on roadside verges and rough grassland and in hay meadows; introduced in North America for forage
water oat
Indian rice
water oat
See under Rice
wild oat
common in meadows and pastures
wild red oat
Mediterranean oat held to be progenitor of modern cultivated oat
oat

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    /ˈōt/ /ˈoʊt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'Ot ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English ote, from Old English āte, from Proto-Germanic *aitōn, *aitaz 'swelling' (compare Old High German eiz 'abscess', Dutch etter 'pus', East Frisian eitel 'fast, raging', Old Norse eitill 'nodule'), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁eid- 'to swell' (compare Latin aemidus 'swollen, protuberant', Old Church Slavonic jadŭ 'poison', Ancient Greek oidéein 'to swell', Old Armenian այտնում (aytnum) 'to swell', այտ (ayt) 'cheek', Sanskrit índu 'water drop'). For sense development, compare Ancient Greek oídax 'unripe fig' from oîdos 'swelling, tumor'.

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