olive

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İngilizce - Türkçe
zeytin

Bir zeytin dalı barışı sembolize eder. - An olive branch symbolizes peace.

Zeytine çok düşkünüm. - I'm very fond of olives.

zeytin ağacı
{i} zeytin yeşili
barış sembolü olarak kullanılan herhangi bir şey
olive branch barış sembolü olan zeytin dalı
zeytuni
ol
(Tıp) Zeytin şeklinde (zeytinsi) oluşumlar, oliva
Olea europaea
zeytin dalı veya çelengi
olive brown yeşilimsi kahverengi
(Tıp) olive
zeytin rengi
Olive-backed Tailorbird
(Ticaret) Zeytuni sırtlı terzikuşu
olive drab
(Askeri) hâki renk
olive drab
(Askeri) zeytuni yeşil
olive oil dishes
(Gıda) zeytinyağlılar
olive pomace
(Gıda) prina
olive pomace oil
(Gıda) prina yağı
olive branch
zeytin dalı

Bir zeytin dalı uzatmak bir füze fırlatmaktan daha iyi. - Better to extend an olive branch than launch a missile.

Bir zeytin dalı barışı simgeler. - An olive branch symbolises peace.

olive brown
yeşilimsi kahverengi
olive green
zeytuni yeşil
olive oil
zeytinyağı

Salata; zeytinyağı, kızarmış ekmek parçaları ve fındık olmadan eksiktir. - The salad is incomplete without olive oil, croutons and nuts.

O, kirpiklerine niçin zeytinyağı uyguluyor? - Why does she apply olive oil on her lashes?

olive tree
zeytin ağacı
olive green
zeytin yeşili
olive harvesting
zeytin hasadı
olive like
zeytin gibi
olive pit
zeytin çekirdeği
olive skin
Esmer ten
olive branch
(barış sembolü olan) zeytin dalı
olive branch
barış sembolü olarak kullanılan herhangi bir şey
olive branch
zeytin dalı (barış simgesi)
olive cake
(Tarım) zeytin küspesi
olive coloured
zeytin renkli
olive drab
haki renkli üniforma
olive drab
(Askeri) ZEYTUNİ YEŞİL: Ordu üniformalarında kullanılan standart zeytuni yeşil renk
olive drab
zeytin yeşili
olive drab
haki renk
olive industry and trade
zeytin endüstrisi ve ticareti
olive oil industry
zeytinyağı endüstrisi
olive oil industry
zeytin yağı endüstrisi
olive paste
(Gıda) zeytin hamuru
olive tree warbler
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) zeytin ardıcı
olive wood
zeytin kerestesi
olive wood
zeytin ormanı
extra virgin olive oil
(Gıda) natürel sızma zeytinyağı
extra virgin olive oil
(Gıda) sızma zeytinyağ
olives
(Gıda) zeytin

Zeytine çok düşkünüm. - I'm very fond of olives.

Ben üç zeytinli bir martini istiyorum. - I want a martini with three olives.

refined olive oil
(Gıda) rafine zeytinyağı
table olive
(Gıda) sofralık zeytin
virgin olive oil
(Gıda) natürel birinci zeytinyağı
green olive
yeşil zeytin
hold out the olive branch
zeytin dalı uzatmak
olive oil
zeytinyağlı
olive oil
zeytin yağ
olives
zeyt
olives
zeytinli
ripe olive
olgun zeytin
virgin olive oil
Sızma zeytinyağı
an olive branch
(deyim) an olive branch ( genellikle carry/hold out...) baris icin ilk girisimi yapmak
extra virgin olive oil
saf zeytinyağı
hold out an olive branch
(deyim) zeytin dalı uzatmak
hold out the olive branch
barış istemek
lampante virgin olive oil
(Gıda) lampant natürel zeytinyağı
mussel egg and olive oil soup
(Gıda) midye çorbası
mussels in olive oil
(Gıda) midye pilakisi
olive green
zeytuni
ordinary virgin olive oil
(Gıda) natürel ikinci zeytinyağı
refined olive pomace oil
(Gıda) yemeklik rafine prina yağı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A female given name

And gain her for my bride.

The wood of the olive tree
Of a greyish/grayish green colour/color, that of an unripe olive
The small oval fruit of this tree, eaten ripe (usually black) or unripe (usually green)
An olivary body, part of the medulla oblongata
A grayish green color, that of an unripe olive

olive colour:.

A evergreen tree, Olea europaea, cultivated since ancient times in the Mediterranean for its fruit and the oil obtained from it
{n} a tree or its fruit, an emblem of peace
hard yellow often variegated wood of an olive tree; used in cabinetwork
one-seeded fruit of the European olive tree usually pickled and used as a relish
An olivary body
An olive tree or an olive is a tree on which olives grow. an olive grove
evergreen tree cultivated in the Mediterranean region since antiquity and now elsewhere; has edible shiny black fruits
Any shell of the genus Oliva and allied genera; so called from the form
Olive oil is pressed from its flesh
"Who would like some olives?" "Olive some " "How many would you like?" "Olive them " "How long do you plan on being so greedy?" "For as long as olive "
a small oily, oval-shaped fruit
See under Olivary
(Mg2,Fe2SiO4) A naturally occurring mineral composed of fosterite and fayalite, crushed and used as a molding sand Usually the sand of choice in manganese steel casting due to its basicity
One of the tertiary colors, composed of violet and green mixed in equal strength and proportion
The oyster catcher
The tree has been cultivated for its fruit for thousands of years, and its branches are the emblems of peace
Operational code name for the Allied assault on the Gothic Line, Italy - August 1944
A tree (Olea Europæa) with small oblong or elliptical leaves, axillary clusters of flowers, and oval, one-seeded drupes
of a yellow-green color similar to that of an unripe olive
Approaching the color of the olive; of a peculiar dark brownish, yellowish, or tawny green
Olives are small green or black fruit with a bitter taste. Olives are often pressed to make olive oil
any of several colors resembling that of the unripe fruit of the olive tree that are yellow to yellow green in hue, of medium to low lightness and of moderate to low saturation
a yellow-green color of low brightness and saturation
Something that is olive is yellowish-green in colour. glowing colours such as deep red, olive, saffron and ochre. Olive is also a combining form. She wore an olive-green T-shirt
If someone has olive skin, the colour of their skin is light brown. They are handsome with dark, shining hair, olive skin and fine brown eyes. Subtropical, broad-leaved tree (Olea europaea) or its edible fruit. The olive was being grown on the island of Crete 3500 BC, and Semitic peoples apparently were cultivating it as early as 3000 BC. Its cultivation was important to the ancient Greeks and Romans and spread to all the countries bordering the Mediterranean. Today olives are grown primarily for olive oil, valued both for its distinctive taste and fragrance and for its dietary benefits. Fresh olives must be treated to neutralize their extreme bitterness before they can be eaten. The olive family (Oleaceae) comprises about 900 species in 24 genera of woody plants. Native to forested regions, members of the family grow worldwide except in the Arctic; they are evergreen in tropical and warm temperate climes and deciduous in colder zones. The family includes ash trees, which yield hardwood timber, and horticultural favourites such as the lilac, jasmine, privet, and forsythia. Many members of the family are cultivated for their beautiful and fragrant flowers
External ringer
A fruit of the olive tree from which olive oil is extracted The fruit is also eaten as such or pickled or used as a garnish for salads, stews, etc Pickled olives are favourites as hors d'oeu-vres
The fruit of the olive
olive
{s} of or made from olives or olive trees; olive-colored
small ovoid fruit of the European olive tree; important food and source of oil
{i} evergreen tree having slender silvery leaves and bearing small ovoid fruits (usually in Mediterranean climates); edible fruit of the olive tree which is pressed for oil and pickled for food; dull yellowish green color
The wood is yellowish brown and beautifully variegated
It has been much improved by cultivation, and is used for making pickles
A small slice of meat seasoned, rolled up, and cooked; as, olives of beef or veal
The color of the olive, a peculiar dark brownish, yellowish, or tawny green
a yellow-green color of low brightness and saturation one-seeded fruit of the European olive tree usually pickled and used as a relish hard yellow often variegated wood of an olive tree; used in cabinetwork evergreen tree cultivated in the Mediterranean region since antiquity and now elsewhere; has edible shiny black fruits small ovoid fruit of the European olive tree; important food and source of oil of a yellow-green color similar to that of an unripe olive
olive branch
Such a branch offered as an emblem of peace
olive branch
Any symbol of peace, or peace offering to an adversary to show good will and in the hope of securing peace
olive branches
plural form of olive branch
olive drab
A greyish green colour, like that of a ripe green olive

olive drab colour:.

olive drab
Cloth of an olive drab colour, used often for military uniforms
olive drab
Of a greyish green colour, like that of a ripe green olive
olive grove
A cluster of olive trees
olive juice
Substitute for I love you, similar to elephant juice
olive oil
A vegetable oil, pressed from olives, and used in cooking and as a salad dressing; it is high in unsaturated fatty acids
olive oils
plural form of olive oil
olive tree
An evergreen tree, Olea europaea, that produces olives as fruit
olive trees
plural form of olive tree
olive-backed oriole
An olive and black passerine songbird, Oriolus sagittatus, of northern and eastern Australia and New Guinea
olive-branch
a branch of the olive-tree, as an emblem of peace
olive skin
If someone has olive skin, the colour of their skin is light brown

buğday tenli.

olive skin
Olive, beige, or tan skin (as well as the adjective "swarthy") describes a skin color range of some individuals, who are Caucasian (especially of Mediterranean stock), or Asian. Named as such for its olive hue, or sun tanned appearance, it usually refers to a natural skin tone. It is sometimes used as a colour terminology for race. Lighter olive skin, or those who get less sun exposure, has a dull pale yellow appearance with a greenish hue to their skin
Olive Emilie Albertina Schreiner
born March 24, 1855, Wittebergen, Cape Colony died Dec. 11, 1920, Cape Town, S.Af. South African writer. She had no formal education but read widely, developing a powerful intellect and militantly feminist and liberal views. After working as a governess she published (as Ralph Iron) the semiautobiographical The Story of an African Farm (1883). The first great South African novel, it concerns a girl living on an isolated farm in the veld who struggles to attain independence in the face of rigid Boer social conventions. Her later works include Trooper Peter Halkett of Mashonaland (1897), attacking Cecil Rhodes, and Woman and Labour (1911), an acclaimed bible of the women's movement
Olive Oyl
a character in the US cartoon strip television cartoons, and film about Popeye. Olive Oyl is a tall very thin woman who is Popeye's girlfriend
Olive Schreiner
born March 24, 1855, Wittebergen, Cape Colony died Dec. 11, 1920, Cape Town, S.Af. South African writer. She had no formal education but read widely, developing a powerful intellect and militantly feminist and liberal views. After working as a governess she published (as Ralph Iron) the semiautobiographical The Story of an African Farm (1883). The first great South African novel, it concerns a girl living on an isolated farm in the veld who struggles to attain independence in the face of rigid Boer social conventions. Her later works include Trooper Peter Halkett of Mashonaland (1897), attacking Cecil Rhodes, and Woman and Labour (1911), an acclaimed bible of the women's movement
olive branch
limb from an olive tree; peace offering, gesture of goodwill
olive branch
If you offer an olive branch to someone, you say or do something in order to show that you want to end a disagreement or quarrel. Clarke also offered an olive branch to critics in his party
olive brown
a shade of brown tinged with green
olive drab
a cloth of an olive-brown color used for military uniforms
olive drab
shade of green work by soldiers
olive drab
a grayish olive or dark olive gray
olive drab
military uniform of the United States army; made from cloth of a dull olive color
olive drab
a cloth of an olive-brown color used for military uniforms military uniform of the United States army; made from cloth of a dull olive color a grayish olive or dark olive gray
olive green
deep yellowish green color
olive green
a color that is lighter and greener than olive
olive oil
The oil extracted from tree-ripened olives
olive oil
Extract of olive A skin smoothener and softener (emollient) with great penetrating ability Used in lipsticks, hairdressings, shampoos, soaps and conditioners
olive oil
oil from olives
olive oil
all of our soaps contain olive oil, which is one of the best oils for skin care As well as being quite mild, it is moisturizing, attracting external moisture and holding it close to the skin, and also forming a breathable film to prevent internal moisture loss
olive oil
Extract of olive Emollient Superior penetrating ability Used in lipsticks, hairdressings, shampoos, soaps and conditioners Back To Top
olive oil
A monounsaturated fat pressed from tree-ripened olives Olive oils are graded according to their acidity "Extra virgin" is about 1% acid and is considered the finest The other grades are "superfine," "fine," and "pure" or "virgin "
olive oil
Excellent moisturizer Attracts external moisture to the skin while still allowing the skin to perform normal functions as sweating, shedding Different grades offer different properties Best for skin care is Grade A
olive oil
emollient
olive oil
Zetoon Ka Tel Oil
olive oil
Rich in vitamins and minerals; contains some protein Olive oil is stable, resists rancidity and has excellent lubricating qualities Nourishing and calming to the skin, it is believed to have cell-regenerative capabilities
olive oil
emolliant
olive oil
{i} oil extracted by pressing olives
olive oil
Olive oil is oil that is obtained by pressing olives. It is used for putting on salads or in cooking. Oil pressed from olives, used in salad dressings, for cooking, as an ingredient in soaps, and as an emollient. a pale yellow or green oil obtained from olives and used in cooking
olive oil
Olive oil has a very distinctive flavor, and has become more prominent in American cooking today Grades of olive oils are determined by the methods of extraction and the acid content of the resulting oil Virgin oils are those obtained from the first pressing of the olive without further refinement The finest olive oil is extra virgin, with an acid content of 1% Following this are superfine at 1 5%, fine at 3%, and virgin at 4% Pure olive oils are those which have been extracted by heat These are of 100% olive oil, but their flavor can result in a harsh, bitter aftertaste Pomace olive oil is refined from the final pressings and under heat and pressure The taste is inferior to other olive oils and should never be substituted for them Olive oil becomes rancid very easily, more so when exposed to heat or light Always store tightly sealed in a cool, dark place
olive picking
removing olives from an olive tree
olive tree
a tree of the genus Olea cultivated for its fruit
olive tree
tree which produces olives
olive-brown
of a brown color with a greenish tinge
olive-drab
of a brownish green color
olive-harvest
yield of olives, olive crop, amount of olives harvested
olive-size
of the same size as an olive, as big as an olive
olive-tree agaric
red luminescent mushroom of Europe
black olive
An olive picked after it has ripened; as opposed to a green olive which is picked before ripening
green olive
An olive picked before it has ripened; as opposed to a black olive which is picked after ripening
kalamata olive
A small-fruited cultivar of olive originating in southern Greece around Kalamata and Mani producing a prized, high-quality oil
sand olive
A shrub ranging from South Africa to New Zealand, Dodonaea angustifolia
virgin olive oil
An olive oil obtained from the first pressing of the olives
black olive
olives picked ripe and cured in brine then dried or pickled or preserved canned or in oil
green olive
olives picked green and pickled in brine; infrequently stuffed with e
green olive
pimento
hold out the olive branch
make a peaceful gesture, offer peace
olives
This is the edible fruit of the olive tree Found in both green (unripe) and black (ripe) forms, each must undergo a process to remove the bitterness found in them This curing process is done with brine solutions, salt curing, and drying
olives
Zetoon Vegetable
olives
Something unique to Spanish caves
olives
plural of olive
pure olive oil
selected olive oil which has not been refined or altered
queen olive
It is large size and oblong shape with a small but long pit; it is cured when green, keeps well, and has a delicate flavor
queen olive
Properly, a kind of superior olive grown in the region of Seville, Spain
queen olive
Loosely, any olive of similar character
queen olive
A large edible variety of olive not used as a source of oil
russian olive
deciduous shrubby tree of Europe and western Asia having gray leaves and small yellow fruits covered in silvery scales; sometimes spiny
wild olive
erect shrub or climber of India and China with red olivelike fruit
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) olive
olive

    Heceleme

    Ol·ive

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    älıv

    Telaffuz

    /ˈäləv/ /ˈɑːləv/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'ä-liv, -l&v ] (noun.) 13th century. Medieval form of the Latin saint's name Oliva "olive"; revived in the 19th century when flower and plant names became fashionable.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    olive oil, olive green

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