orange

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} portakal

Anne iki şişe portakal suyu aldı. - Mother bought two bottles of orange juice.

Dünya portakal şeklindedir. - The earth is the shape of an orange.

{i} turuncu

Turuncu bir tişört ve yeşil pantolon giyiyorum. - I am wearing an orange t-shirt and green pants.

En sevdiğim renk turuncu. - My favorite color is orange.

turuncu/portakal
portakal renginde olan
(Tıp) oranj
portakal rengi

Portakal rengi bir elbise giyiyor. - She's wearing an orange dress.

Tom portakal rengi bir cezaevi tulumu giyiyor. - Tom was wearing an orange prison jumpsuit.

bitter orange
portakal cinsinden meyva
tur

En sevdiğim renk turuncu. - My favorite color is orange.

Turuncu bir tişört ve yeşil pantolon giyiyorum. - I am wearing an orange t-shirt and green pants.

portakal rengindeki
(Tekstil) portakalrengi
portakala ait
Citrus aurantium
Seville orange turunç
(Tıp) Portakal, aurantium. (Bakınız: A Glossary of Chemistry)
orange blossom portakal çiçeği
Citrus sinensis
turuncumsu
orange peel
portakal kabuğu
orange juice
portakal suyu

Anne iki şişe portakal suyu aldı. - Mother bought two bottles of orange juice.

Ben portakal suyu istiyorum - I'd like orange juice.

orange peel oil
(Mantarbilim) Portakal kabuğu yağı
orange blossom water
(Gıda) portakal çiçeği suyu
orange coloured
portakalrengi
orange jam
(Gıda) portakal reçeli
orange marmalade
(Gıda) portakal marmelatı
orange sauce
(Gıda) portakal sosu
orange sherbet
(Gıda) portakallı frape
orange tree
portakal ağacı
orange blossom
portakal çiçeği
orange marmalade
portakal reçeli
orange book
turuncu kitap
orange-gil
turunçgiller
orange balsam
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) balsamin
orange balsam
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) dokunmabana
orange balsam
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kına çiçeği
orange crush
sıkma portakal suyu
orange forces
(Askeri) TURUNCU KUVVETLER: NATO tatbikatlarında düşman rolünde kullanılan kuvvetler. Ayrıca bakınız: "forces"
orange forces
(Askeri) turuncu kuvvetler
orange grove
portakal bahçesi
orange icing
(Gıda) portakallı krema
orange jelly
(Gıda) portakal jölesi
orange marmalade
turunç/portakal marmeladı
orange meat
(Denizbilim) turuncu et
orange meringue pie
(Gıda) portakallı mereng tartı
orange oil
portakal esansı
orange oxide
(Kimya) turuncu oksit
orange peel effect
pürüzlü yüzey
orange peeling
sprey boyada ufak kraterler
orange primings side
turuncu renkli p grubu
orange pudding
(Gıda) portakal peltesi
orange shellac
portakal renkli şelak
orange soda
portakallı gazoz
orange squash
(Gıda) sıkma portakal suyu
orange stick
manikür kürdanı
annoying orange
sinir bozucu portakal
annoying orange
can sıkıcı portakal
blood orange
kan portakal
methyl orange
(Kimya) metiloranj
mock orange
ağaç fulü
reddish orange
narçiçeği
tangerine orange
mandalina
bitter orange
acı portakal
blood orange
kan portakalı
frozen orange juice
donmuş portakal suyu
methyl orange
metil oranj
navel orange
yafa portakalı
navel orange
çekirdeksiz portakal
orang
orangutan

Kocaların çoğunluğu bana keman çalmaya çalışan bir orangutanı hatırlatır. - The majority of husbands remind me of an orangutan trying to play the violin.

Bir orangutana benziyorsun. - You look like an orangutan.

peau d'orange
peau d'orange
reddish orange
kırmızımsı portakal
sour orange
turunç
trifoliate orange
üç yapraklı portakal
bitter orange
turunç
blaze orange
Yangın, turuncu
queer as a clockwork orange
(deyim) 1.) Tuhaf, acayip, garip, antika, kaçık.2.) Homoseksüel, eşcinsel
red navel orange
Kan portakalı
sour/bitter/Seville orange
turunç
Jaffa orange
yafa, yafa portakalı
Valencia orange
valensiya portakalı
agent orange
(Kimya) turuncu etmen
blenheim orange
bir elma türü
blue/orange commander
(Askeri) MAVİ/TURUNCU KOMUTAN: Tatbikat esnasında belli bir süre için mavi/ turuncu kuvvetlerin harekat kontrolunu almaya tayin edilmiş subay
canned orange
(Gıda) portakal konservesi
dark orange
koyu portakal
jaffa orange
yafa portakalı
king orange
king, kink
mandarin orange
mandalina

Mandalinaların bir sürü C vitamini vardır. - Mandarin oranges have a lot of vitamin C.

Mandalina vitamin açısından zengindir. - Mandarin oranges are rich in vitamins.

mandarin orange
king, kink
mock orange
bot. filbahri, filbahar
navel orange
göbekli portakal
navel orange
vaşington (portakal)
navel orange
vaşington portakalı
orang
orongoutang
oranges
(Askeri) (SWEET) "PORTAKAL" (TATLI): Hava önlemesinde "Hava koşulları uçağın görevini yapması için elverişli" anlamına gelen bir kod
oranges
(Askeri) (SOUR) "PORTAKAL" (EKŞİ): Hava önlemesinde "Hava koşulları uçağın görevini yapması için elverişsiz" anlamına gelen bir kod
pale orange
kavuniçi
seville orange
turunç
state orange
(Askeri) ŞİMŞEK DURUMU
İngilizce - İngilizce
Prince or Princess of Orange. Title of the first-born to the Dutch Royal House
Relating to the Orange Order
The name of the Dutch Royal House
A town in France
The colour of a ripe orange (the fruit); a color midway between red and yellow

orange colour:.

Having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree; reddish-yellow
The fruit of an orange tree; a citrus fruit with a slightly sour flavour
An evergreen tree of the genus Citrus such as Citrus aurantium
{n} a fine well known fruit
{i} name of the athletic teams at Princeton University (USA)
Of or pertaining to an orange; of the color of an orange; reddish yellow; as, an orange ribbon
Citrus fruit from the orange tree There are three major types of oranges: Sweet (Valencia, Mediterranean, and Navel), Loose-skinned (Mandarin, King), and Bitter (Seville, Bergamot) Bitter oranges are used in marmalades
an orange coloured, juicy citrus fruit with a sweet taste
(Citrus aurantium) Has a balancing effect on the skin and supports collagen production Calming, softening, and moisturizing; promotes happiness
a river in South Africa that flows generally westward to the Atlantic Ocean
similar to the color of a ripe orange
{i} round citrus fruit with a tough yellow-red peel and edible sections of juicy flesh; evergreen tree bearing orange citrus fruit (native to subtropical climates); color that is a mixture of red and yellow
"In Narromine or Dubbo there's nowhere to toss a swagSo Mick plants it through to Orange and the miles they just fell "
any pigment producing the orange color
Santara
Orange oil restores balance to all skin types, promotes the production of collagen, reduces puffiness and prevents wrinkles In addition, this citric oil stimulates circulation and softens rough skin By increasing perspiration, the oil also assists in the release of toxins from the skin which helps clear and prevent blemishes Orange Blossom Orange Blossom oil works to condition dry hair and skin types It is a soothing oil that promotes the generation of new skin cells while having an uplifting affect on one’s mindset
Astringent, soothing agent, skin conditioner
Orange is a drink that is made from or tastes of oranges. vodka and orange. Any of several species of small trees or shrubs in the genus Citrus of the rue (or citrus) family and their fruits. Grown in tropical and subtropical regions, the nearly round fruits have leathery, oily rinds and edible, juicy inner flesh rich in vitamin C. Key commercial species include the China (sweet, or common) orange; the mandarin orange (including tangerines); and seedless navel oranges. The tree has broad, glossy, medium-size evergreen leaves, leafstalks with narrow wings, and very fragrant flowers. It bears fruit abundantly for 50-80 years. Oranges do not improve in quality off the tree, so they are picked when fully ripe. A sizeable portion of the U.S. crop is processed for frozen concentrated juice. By-products include essential oils, pectin, candied peel, orange marmalade, and stock feed. Agent Orange Orange Free State Orange River Orange house of
was a meeting of Friends in Boston Township, Wayne County, Indiana Meetings were first held in 1814 It was organized as a preparative meeting in 1819 under Whitewater Monthly Meeting
The term Orange is applied to anything or anyone connected with the Orangemen, a society dedicated to upholding the Protestant religion, the Protestant dynasty, and Protestant supremacy against Irish Nationalists and Roman Catholics the Orange Hall The are organized in Orange Lodges An Orange Walk is a march by Orangemen, especially occuring in West Central Scotland The Main one is held on the Saturday nearest to the twelfth of July (the anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne) The term refers to William of Orange, who as King William the Third, successfully resisted attempts to restore the Catholic Stuart dynasty
The colour of a ripe orange (the fruit); a reddish-yellow
7th kyu
any of a group of colors that lie midway between red and yellow in hue and are of medium lightness and moderate to high saturation
Confidence, ambition, pride
An orange is a round juicy fruit with a thick, orange coloured skin. orange trees. fresh orange juice
{s} orange-colored; made or consisting of oranges
anaranjado / anaranjada; la naranja
Aurantium
Masters Lady Rasha and Odyssa Used to heal the nervous system and for psychic development Color of joy, excitement, and fun
Something that is orange is of a colour between red and yellow. men in bright orange uniforms
any of a range of colors between red and yellow
The tree that bears oranges; the orange tree
(Israel) Orange oil helps move stagnant Chi It energizes, aids mental clarity and concentration Relieves tension and stress, encourages a relaxed approach and a positive attitude Blends well with: Frankincense, Juniper, Ylang Ylang, Lavender, Sandalwood, Clary Sage, Hyssop
The spell only summons items and doesn't affect anyone
Santra Fruit
The fruit of a tree of the genus Citrus C
[See ROUNDEL ]
round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees
It is usually round, and consists of pulpy carpels, commonly ten in number, inclosed in a leathery rind, which is easily separable, and is reddish yellow when ripe
The color of an orange; reddish yellow
any of a range of colors between red and yellow round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees a river in South Africa that flows generally westward to the Atlantic Ocean any citrus tree bearing oranges any pigment producing the orange color similar to the color of a ripe orange
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any citrus tree bearing oranges
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Orange County
A county in Indiana. County Seat: Paoli
Orange County
A county in southern California, abbreviation OC (usually with "the.") County Seat: Santa Ana
Orange County
A county in Florida, home to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida, SeaWorld Orlando and several other tourist destinations. County Seat: Orlando
Orange County
A county in New York. County Seat: Goshen
Orange County
A county in North Carolina. County Seat: Hillsborough
Orange County
A county in Texas. County Seat: Orange
Orange County
A county in Vermont. County Seat: Chelsea
Orange County
A county in Virginia. County Seat: Orange
Orange Free State
A province of South Africa, formerly a Dutch colony bordering the Orange River
Orange GGN
A orange azo dye, 1-(m-sulfophenylazo)-2-naphthol-6-sulfonic acid, used as a food colouring
Orange Order
A Northern Ireland religious and political organization, loyal to the British crown and with strong anti-Catholicism policies
Orange River
A river in South Africa named in honor of the House of Orange-Nassau
Orange River Colony
A name given to the Orange Free State when annexed by Britain in 1900. Abbreviation ORC
Orange-Nassau
The royal house or family of The Netherlands
orange blister beetle
a poisonous orange beetle, in genus Nemognatha
orange blister beetles
plural form of orange blister beetle
orange blossom
The white flower of the orange tree
orange blossoms
plural form of orange blossom
orange grove
A group of cultivated orange trees
orange juice
the juice of squeezed oranges; used as a beverage or in cocktails
orange peel
The skin of an orange, including the pith
orange peel
An uneven surface resembling orange peel, especially cellulite or an imperfect finish on a spray-painted object such as a car
orange peels
plural form of orange peel
orange pekoe
An expensive grade of black tea from India and Sri Lanka
orange squash
a sweetened drink, made with oranges but often containing additional flavourings, that is drunk diluted with water
orange stick
A particular kind of tool used in manicuring

Zooey suddenly turned around, opened the medicine cabinet, replaced his nail file, and took down a remarkably stubby-looking orange stick.

orange up
To make more prominent by making orange or adding orange colour

He oranged up the paragraphs that mentioned vitamin supplements.

orange up
To become more orange

My pumpkins are starting to orange up.

orange up
To make more orange

I dreamt I came upon you in the early hours / In your pyjamas, scoring a sheet of paper / Over and over with a highlighter pen. // 'This pen's gone dry,' you said. 'I'm trying my best / To make it orange up this paragraph.'.

orange juice
juice extracted from squeezed oranges
orange juice
bottled or fresh-squeezed juice of oranges
Orange Bowl
an important college football game, held every year in Miami, Florida
Orange County
{i} county in Southern California (USA)
Orange Crush
{i} orange flavored soft drink
Orange Free State
A province and historical region of east-central South Africa. European settlement of the area began early in the 1800s and accelerated with an influx of Boer farmers after 1835. Great Britain annexed the region as the Orange River Sovereignty in 1848 and granted it independence as the Orange Free State in 1854. In 1900, during the Boer War, Great Britain once again annexed the territory, this time as the Orange River Colony. The renamed Orange Free State formed an independent government in 1907 and became a founding province of South Africa in 1910. Free State. Former province, central South Africa. Before the arrival of the Europeans, the area was the home of Bantu-speaking peoples. Afrikaners came in large part during the Great Trek of the 1830s. Britain administered the territory from 1848 to 1854; then the independent Orange Free State was established. British rule was reimposed following the South African War in 1902, though self-government was later restored. In 1910 it became the Orange Free State province of the Union of South Africa (from 1961 the Republic of South Africa). After the South African elections of 1994, it became the province of Free State. Blacks make up about 80% of the population; most of the whites speak Afrikaans. The province's capital is Bloemfontein
Orange Free State
region in the center of South Africa
Orange River
A river, about 2,092 km (1,300 mi) long, of Lesotho, South Africa, and Namibia flowing southwest, northwest, and west to the Atlantic Ocean. It is used extensively for irrigation. River, southern Africa. It rises in the Lesotho Highlands as the Sinqu River and flows west as the Orange across South Africa. It passes the southern edge of the Kalahari Desert and winds through the Namib Desert before draining into the Atlantic Ocean in South Africa. It forms the border between South Africa and Namibia. It is about 1,300 mi (2,100 km) long. There are some irrigated sections along the river and many dams but no large towns
orange bat
a common bat of northwestern Australia having orange or yellow fur
orange blossom
The flowers of the orange tree are called orange blossom. Orange blossom is white and is traditionally associated with weddings in Europe and America
orange book
Standards document produced by the NCSC, titled Department of Defense Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, DOD 5200 28-STD, December 1985 Describes levels of security for computer systems Multician Roger Schell was the main driver behind this document
orange book
Proprietary multipart Philips/Sony specification (orange cover) for magneto-optical, CD-R, and CD- RW optical discs
orange book
The Philips/Sony specification for Compact Disc Magneto-Optical (CD-MO) and Write-Once (CD-WO) systems - in other words, the standard by which recordable CDs are recorded
orange book
A book published by the National Computer Security Center, a branch of the NSA It attempts to define security requirements, gives computer manufacturers an objective way to measure the security of their systems, and guides them as to what to build into their secure products It focuses on computer security and doesn't really say a lot about cryptography
orange book
- nickname for the booklet titled ATF - Explosives Law and Regulations
orange book
The United Nations book on the Classification and Testing of Dangerous Goods
orange book
The Department of Defense Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, a book produced by the National Computer Security Center that defines sets of security functionality and associated assurance requirements It is used by the NCSC to evaluate trusted systems
orange book
The Department of Defense Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria It provides information to classify computer systems, defining the degree of trust that may be placed in them
orange book
the most basic and best known of the US government's Rainbow Book series of computer security standards
orange book
CD-WO or CD Write Once This is the spec detailing physical and optical characteristics for recordable or writable CDs, whether audio or CD-ROM
orange book
"The Recordable Compact Disc Standard" was published by Philips in 1990 The Orange Book defined two new 12cm CD products: the Magneto-Optical (Part 1) and the Write-Once (Part 2), more commonly known as CD-R Part 2, Write-Once (CD-WO, or CD-R), defines tracks that can be written to, but not erased or rewritten A Write-Once drive records appropriate 12cm CDs--which involve special recording layers, pre-grooved tracks and, generally, a gold reflective layer Part 3 covers Re-Writable (CD-RW) products
orange book
CD-ROM format that includes writable CDs and magneto-optical cartridges
orange book
The format that enables CD-R drives to record discs that regular CD-ROM players can read Orange Book defines how CD-R devices can append index data to an existing disc's directory if you add more data to the disc in multiple sessions
orange daisy
mat-forming herb of Turkestan with nearly double orange-yellow flowers
orange grass
annual wiry-stemmed North American weed with minute scalelike leaves and small yellow flowers
orange group
a terrorist group of Protestants who oppose any political settlement with Irish nationalists; a paramilitary group that attacks Catholic interests in Northern Ireland
orange grove
grove of orange trees
orange hawkweed
A European perennial weed (Hieracium aurantiacum) common on the Pacific coast and the eastern regions of North America, having hairy leaves and clusters of orange-red flower heads. Also called devil's paintbrush
orange hawkweed
European hawkweed having flower heads with bright orange-red rays; a troublesome weed especially as naturalized in northeastern North America; sometimes placed in genus Hieracium
orange liqueur
liqueur flavored with orange
orange marmalade
jam made from oranges
orange marmalade
marmalade made from oranges
orange milkwort
bog plant of pine barrens of southeastern United States having spikes of irregular yellow-orange flowers
orange mushroom pimple
a variety of mushroom pimple
orange order
a Protestant political organization in Northern Ireland
orange peel
{i} orange rind, peel of an orange
orange peel
- Defect in finish film usually caused by cool drying temperatures or improper fluid tip size The finish looks like the surface of an orange
orange peel
– Defect in finish film usually caused by cool drying temperatures or improper fluid tip size The finish looks like the surface of an orange
orange peel
very small elevations and valleys in an ink film, coating, or glaze that failed to flow out properly, surface characteristics resemble the texture of an orange peel
orange peel
Surface condition characterized by an irregular waviness of a paint finish resembling an orange skin texture
orange peel
A common problem which occurs when the wet paint does not flow properly on the panel after spraying Similar to the texture on the surface of an orange
orange peel
A surface roughening (defect) encountered in forming products from metal stock that has a coarse grain size It is due to uneven flow or to the appearance of the overly large grains usually the result of annealing at too high a temperature Also referred to as pebbles and alligator skin
orange peel
A nickname given to Sir Robert Peel when Chief Secretary for Ireland (1812-1818), on account of his strong anti-Catholic proclivities (See above, and Orangeman )
orange peel
(1) Surface roughening on formed products which occurs when large grains in the metal are present (2) An irregularity in the surface of a paint film resulting from the inability of the wet film to level out, or become smooth after being applied, thus resembling the surface of an orange This finish may be considered desirable or a defect depending on the end use
orange peel
A gel coated or painted finish which is not smooth and is patterned similar to an orange's skin Orthophthalic or Ortho Resin: A polyester resin based on orthophthalic acid, also known as a general purpose resin (GP)
orange peel
(Effect) - A surface roughening (defect) encountered in forming products from metal stock that has a coarse grain size It is due to uneven flow or to the appearance of the overly large grains usually the result of annealing at too high a temperature Also referred to as "pebbles" and "alligator skin "
orange peel
A pebble-grained surface that develops in the mechanical forming of sheet metals with coarse grains
orange peel
Uneven surface somewhat resembling an orange peel
orange peel
one of several surface textures that may be seen in the application of Spray Polyurethane Foam roofing that resembles the fine texture of an orange
orange peel
surface defect consisting in the dimpled appearance of the dry coating film resembling the peel of an orange
orange peel
Surface condition characterized by an irregular waviness of a paint finish, resembling an orange skin texture
orange peel
An effect which occurs after painting The paint has the look of an orange peel, with small groves and bumps New cars can often have this appearance
orange peel
Film having the roughness of an orange due to poor roller or spray application
orange peel
A gelcoated or painted finish which is not smooth and is patterned similar to an orange's skin that is caused by insufficient leveling of a wet film
orange peel
A surface defect which appears on the surface of metal which had been over annealed or heated, the defect is similar to orange peel in appearance and is caused by excessive grain growth within the structure of the metal
orange peel
the rind of an orange
orange peel
The dimpled appearance of a dried paint film resembling the peel of an orange
orange pekoe
a superior grade of black tea; grown in India and Sri Lanka and Java
orange pekoe
A grade of black tea consisting of the end buds of the shoot or their surrounding two full leaves
orange pekoe
{i} high-quality black tea grown in India and Sri Lanka
orange pekoe
Referring to size of leaf, not quality or flavor, this term indicates a larger-size grade of whole leaf teas
orange pekoe
Large sized tea leaf that is essentially intact after drying and sifting
orange pekoe
The larger leaves of the tea plant Does not refer to flavor characteristics of any tea
orange roughy
Deep water fish Pacific Ocean and New Zealand’s finest eating fish Flesh pearly white Delicate shellfish like taste Very mild and sweet
orange roughy
A bright orange fish that lives in the deep sea near Australia and New Zealand Orange roughy grow very slowly—the orange roughy sold for people to eat may be 50 to 80 years old
orange roughy
Ocean perch-like fish from New Zealand Often substituted for cod Can be used in any recipe calling for white-fleshed fish
orange season
time of year when oranges grow and mature
orange sneezeweed
stout perennial herb of western United States having flower heads with drooping orange-yellow rays; causes spewing sickness in sheep
orange soda
orange-flavored carbonated drink
orange stick
A stick of orangewood with tapered ends, used in manicuring
orange toast
buttered toast with sugar and grated orange rind and a little orange juice
orange tortrix
California moth whose larvae live in especially oranges
orange yellow
a shade of yellow tinged with orange
orange zest
tiny bits of orange peel
orange-blossom orchid
diminutive Australian orchid with loose racemes of fragrant white flowers with purple and orange markings on the lip
African cherry orange
A small citrus fruit about three inches in diameter native to Africa
Agent Orange
a herbicide and defoliant used by US forces in Vietnam
Cox's Orange Pippin
An English cultivar of eating apple
Jaffa orange
A sweet seedless orange exported from Israel
acridine orange
A cationic dye, prepared from coal tar and creosote oil, often used in epifluorescence microscopy
bitter orange
A fruit of the species Citrus aurantium
bitter orange
A citrus tree of the species Citrus aurantium
blaze orange
A bright shade of orange
blood orange
A type of orange (Citrus sinensis) notable for its dark, crimson red flesh
burnt orange
a dark shade of orange

burnt orange colour:.

burnt orange
Of a dark shade of orange
clockwork orange
A person or organism with a mechanistic morality or lack of free will

Under the archbishop's ceiling, the self is not a clockwork orange programmed by the state but something more unnerving: Peer Gynt's onion, layers of performance without a core.

international orange
A reddish-orange colour used to set things apart from their surroundings

Colors such as black lettering on an international orange background are common and are easily visible in most conditions.

mandarin orange
(also mandarin) A small citrus tree (Citrus reticulata) with fruit resembling the orange
mandarin orange
(also mandarin) The fruit of this tree, smaller than an orange and oblate. In daily usage, it may include other similar citrus fruits like Citrus unshiu (satsuma or mikan) and Citrus tangerina (tangerine)
methyl orange
An azo dye used as an acid-base indicator for titrations involving a weak base
mock-orange
Any of many shrubs of the genus Philadelphus having white, fragrant flowers
mock-orange
Any of several similar but unrelated plants such as syringa
osage orange
The tree Maclura pomifera, noted for its large, dense, wrinkly, bright green and unpalatable fruit, once a popular hedge tree in the United States
osage orange
The fruit of this tree
queer as a clockwork orange
strange, odd, unusual
queer as a clockwork orange
unusually camp, undoubtedly homosexual

He sauntered the flunkied restaurant, queer /As a clockwork orange and not scared. /God, I was grateful for the nights we shared.

sweet orange
A type of citrus fruit, commonly known as the orange. The species name is Citrus sinensis
xylenol orange
An organic reagent, most commonly used as a tetrasodium salt as an indicator for metal titrations
queer as a clockwork orange
(deyim) 1.) (simile) strange, odd, unusual. 2.) (simile) unusually camp, undoubtedly homosexual
A Clockwork Orange
a novel written in 1962 by the British writer Anthony Burgess, about a group of young men who live in a future time and behave in a very violent way. It was made into a film by Stanley Kubrick in 1971, but he stopped allowing it to be shown in the UK because he believed that people were copying the violent actions of the actors in the film
Agent Orange
chemical substance used during the Vietnam War to defoliate trees (caused health problems to soldiers and their children, later found to be carcinogenic)
Agent Orange
Mixture of herbicides. It contains approximately equal amounts of esters of 2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) and 2,4,5-T (2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid) and trace amounts of dioxin. About 13 million gallons were sprayed by U.S. military forces onto Vietnam's forests and crops during the Vietnam War, with the dual purpose of destroying cover for enemy movements and destroying food sources. Exposure to Agent Orange has been blamed for an abnormally high incidence of miscarriages, skin diseases, cancers, birth defects, and malformations among Vietnamese and of cancers and other disorders in U.S., Australian, and New Zealand servicemen and their families
Agent Orange
Toxic chemical defoliant used by American military in Vietnam to deprive the enemy of food and of hiding places in the jungles, by killing all vegetation Nicknamed "Agent Orange" because of the identifying orange stripe on its steel drum containers It was sprayed over large areas by aircraft and over smaller areas by hand It was supposed to have been diluted 20: 1, but it was used full strength Many Vietnam Veterans suffer from health problems caused by exposure to Agent Orange
Agent Orange
A chemical defoliant, prevented VC and NVA soldiers from taking advantage of dense jungle cover, especially along rivers, used to defoliate approximately one-seventh of the vegetation in South Vietnam
California orange
type of orange
Clockwork Orange
{i} dystopian 1962 novel written by Anthony Burgess; 1971 movie directed by Stanley Kubrick adapted from the novel
East Orange
A city of northeast New Jersey, a residential suburb of Newark. Population: 73,552
Fort Orange
former Dutch military fort established in 1624 on the site of modern-day Albany (New York, USA)
King William of Orange
the king of Britain and Ireland from 1689 until his death. He was also called William III. He was married to the daughter of King James II, and was asked by James's enemies to become king instead of him. William and his Protestant army beat James and his Catholic army at the Battle of the Boyne, and for this reason Protestants still admire him in Northern Ireland and sometimes call him 'King Billy'. William's wife, Queen Mary II, had equal power, and people usually talk about the reign of William and Mary (1650-1702)
Osage orange
A dioecious spiny tree (Maclura pomifera) native to Arkansas and Texas and having pulpy, inedible, orangelike multiple fruit
Otaheite orange
A widely cultivated house plant, believed to be a hybrid between Citrus limon and C. reticulata, resembling a miniature orange tree and having lemon-shaped, insipid fruit
Port Orange
A city of northeast Florida on the Atlantic coast south-southeast of Daytona Beach. It is in a citrus-growing area. Population: 35,317
Valencia orange
A sweet orange having few seeds and a thin skin
West Orange
A town of northeast New Jersey, a residential suburb of Newark. Population: 39,103
agent orange
a herbicide used in the Vietnam War to defoliate forest areas
bitter orange
highly acidic orange used especially in marmalade
bitter orange
any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruit; used as grafting stock
bitter orange
type of orange tree which produces sour tasting fruit
blaze orange
A very bright orange, often used to set something apart from its surroundings. Also called safety orange
blood orange
type of orange which has reddish-colored fruit
blood orange
A sweet orange having pulp that is red or streaked with red. an orange with red juice
cadmium orange
orange-hued cadmium yellow pigment
cox's orange pippin
a yellow Pippin with distinctive flavor
frozen orange juice
orange juice that has been concentrated and frozen
house of Orange
Princely dynasty and royal family of The Netherlands. The title began with William I (the Silent), prince of Orange-Nassau, who was stadtholder (viceroy) of the Netherlands, as were his descendants until 1795. In 1815 William VI became William I, king of The Netherlands. Through his descendants, the male line of the royal dynasty continued until 1890, when Wilhelmina, daughter of William III, became queen. In 1908 she decreed that her descendants should be styled princes and princesses of Orange-Nassau
jaffa orange
sweet almost seedless orange of Israel
mandarin orange
a mandarin
methyl orange
an azo dye used as an acid-base indicator; used for titrations involving weak bases
mock orange
shrubby thorny deciduous tree of southeastern United States with white flowers and small black drupaceous fruit
mock orange
small flowering evergreen tree of southern United States
mock orange
small shrubby deciduous yellowwood tree of south central United States having spines, glossy dark green leaves and an inedible fruit that resembles an orange; its hard orange-colored wood used for bows by native Americans; frequently planted as boundary hedge
mock orange
large hardy shrub with showy and strongly fragrant creamy-white flowers in short terminal racemes
native orange
small Australian tree bearing edible dark purple fruit
navel orange
seedless orange which has a pit on the top which contains another fruit
navel orange
A sweet, usually seedless orange having at its apex a navellike formation enclosing an underdeveloped fruit
navel orange
There are several varieties; they are usually seedless, or nearly so, and are much grown in California
navel orange
seedless orange enclosing a small secondary fruit at the apex
navel orange
A type of orange in which the fruit incloses a small secondary fruit, the rind showing on the exterior a navel-like pit or depression at the apex
orang
{i} orangutan, large manlike ape with reddish-brown hair and long arms (found in Borneo and Sumatra)
orang
large long-armed ape of Borneo and Sumatra having arboreal habits
oranger
comparative of orange
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peau d'orange
peau d'orange
orange