peanut

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yer fıstığı

Yer fıstığına alerjin olup olmadığını bana asla söylemedin. - You never told me whether you're allergic to peanuts or not.

Tom bir çocukken, yer fıstığı yiyemezdi. - Tom couldn't eat peanuts when he was a child.

{i} fıstık

Tom kendine fıstık ezmeli sandviç yaptı. - Tom made himself a peanut butter sandwich.

Köpeğini fıstık ezmesi ile beslemeyi hiç düşündün mü? - Have you ever tried feeding your dog peanut butter?

{i} küçük adam
yerfıstığı

Tom ve Mary'nin yerfıstığına alerjisi olduğunu biliyorum. - I know Tom and Mary are both allergic to peanuts.

[n] Amerikan fıstığı
{i} çoğ., k.dili. önemsiz miktarda para
peanut galler
peanut butter çekilmiş fıstıktan yapılmış tuzlu ezme
önemsiz
peanut brittle yerfıstığından yapılan sert bir şekerleme
Arachis hypogaea
önemsiz miktarda para
dili önemsiz kimse
yeryangak
Amerikan fıstığı
(isim) fıstık, yer fıstığı, çerez parası, önemsiz kimse, küçük adam
{i} çerez parası
küçük

Oğlan bir avuç yer fıstığı topladı ve onları küçük bir kutuya koydu. - The boy gathered a handful of peanuts and put them in a small box.

amerikanfıstığı
peanut butter
fıstık ezmesi

Tom fıstık ezmesi kavanozunun kapağını yerine koydu. - Tom put the lid back on the peanut butter jar.

Tom öğle yemeği için bir fıstık ezmesi ve jöleli sandviç yedi. - Tom had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch.

peanut bar
fıstıklı gofret
peanut butter
krem fıstık
peanut gallery
tiyatrodaki en üst balkon
peanut oil
yerfıstığı yağı
peanut worm
yerfıstığı kurdu
peanut butter and jelly
(Gıda) Fıstık ezmesi ve reçel kullanılarak hazırlanan bir çeşit sandviç
peanut gallery
fıstık galeri
peanut oil
fıstık yağı
peanut-butter legs
Cinsel açıdan kolayca elde edilebilen kadın
peanut apple salad
(Gıda) yerfıstıklı elma salatası
peanut brittle
yerfıstığıyla yapılan bir şekerleme
peanut butter
yerfıstığı ezmesi, fıstık ezmesi
peanut gallery
{k} (tiyatrodaki) en üst balkon
peanut gallery
(Sinema) sinemada en arka sıra
peanut gallery
(Tiyatro) tiyatroda en üst sıra
peanut plant
araşit
peanut protein fiber
(Tekstil) yerfıstığı proteini lifi
peanut butter
fıstıklı
peanuts
yerfıstığı

Tom ve Mary'nin yerfıstığına alerjisi olduğunu biliyorum. - I know Tom and Mary are both allergic to peanuts.

raw peanut
çiğ fıstık
İngilizce - İngilizce
A legume resembling a nut, the fruit of the plant Arachis hypogaea
The fruit of a trailing leguminous plant (Arachis hypogæa); also, the plant itself, which is widely cultivated for its fruit
widely cultivated American plant cultivated in tropical and warm regions; showy yellow flowers on stalks that bend over to the soil so that seed pods ripen underground
underground pod of the peanut vine
Peanuts are small nuts that grow under the ground. Peanuts are often eaten as a snack, especially roasted and salted. a packet of peanuts Add 2 tablespoons of peanut oil
a legume resembling a nut
of little importance or influence or power; of minor status; "a minor, insignificant bureaucrat"; "peanut politicians"
This "nut" is not a nut but a high-fat, high-protein legume seed The most popular types are Spanish (small and round) and Virginia (large and oval) About half the U S peanut crop is used to make peanut butter Also called "goobers "
disapproval If you say that a sum of money is peanuts, you mean that it is very small. The cost was peanuts compared to a new kitchen. or groundnut Annual legume (Arachis hypogaea) and its edible seeds, which have the peculiar habit of ripening underground in pods. Native to tropical South America, peanuts were introduced early into the Old World tropics. Each pod contains one to three oblong seeds with whitish to dark-purple seed coats. Pound for pound, peanuts have more protein, minerals, and vitamins than beef liver, more fat than heavy cream, and more calories than sugar. They are pressed for edible oil, ground into peanut butter, eaten as snacks, and used in cooking. The plant is fed to livestock
a young child who is small for his age
a nut (legume) that grows under the ground
pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms a young child who is small for his age widely cultivated American plant cultivated in tropical and warm regions; showy yellow flowers on stalks that bend over to the soil so that seed pods ripen underground underground pod of the peanut vine
{i} type of nut which grows underground
Ground nut, eaten plain or roasted - sometimes salted and sometimes not Used to make peanut butter and oils
pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms
peanut brittle
A type of brittle (confection) containing peanuts in a hard toffee
peanut butter
A spread made from ground peanuts
peanut butter cup
A chocolate candy with peanut butter filling
peanut butters
plural form of peanut butter
peanut galleries
plural form of peanut gallery
peanut gallery
Any source of heckling, unwelcome commentary or criticism, especially from a know-it-all or of an inexpert nature

Enough already from the peanut gallery; if you think you can do a better job, go right ahead.

peanut gallery
The upper balcony in a racially-segregated venues such as a theatre to which black patrons were restricted.Listening to America: An Illustrated History of Words and Phrases from Our Lively and Splendid Past by Stuart Berg Flexner (1982; Simon and Schuster; ISBN 0671248952, 9780671248956), Peanut gallery was in use in the 1880s, as a synonym for nigger gallery (1840s) or nigger heaven (1870s), the upper balcony where blacks sat, as in segregated theaters

As early as the 1870s, most theaters allowed African Americans to sit in designated areas, while the dress and parquet circles were reserved for whites. A few theaters did not allow blacks at all. In the early 1920s, black leaders protested these “peanut galleries” on the grounds that African Americans paid the same ticket price. A boycott was organized that resulted not only in the closing of the peanut galleries but also closing of the theaters to blacks altogether. It was not until the public accommodations drive in the early 1960s that all theaters were opened to blacks. On May 14, 1963, the Louisville Board of Aldermen passed the public accommodations law that made discrimination in all public facilities illegal.

peanut milk
A milky liquid made from peanuts and used as a milk substitute, cooking ingredient or beverage
peanut butter and jam sandwich
(Gıda) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J or peanut butter and jam sandwich in Australia and the United Kingdom) is a sandwich, popular in North America, that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jam or jelly on bread, commonly between two slices, but sometimes eaten open-faced
peanut butter and jelly sandwich
(Gıda) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J or peanut butter and jam sandwich in Australia and the United Kingdom) is a sandwich, popular in North America, that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jam or jelly on bread, commonly between two slices, but sometimes eaten open-faced
peanut-butter legs
(deyim) 1. A woman's legs that easily spread.2. A woman who likes to have sex a lot
peanut bar
bar of peanuts in taffy
peanut brittle
brittle containing peanuts
peanut brittle
A hard toffee containing peanuts
peanut butter
Peanut butter is a brown paste made out of crushed peanuts which you can spread on bread and eat. A paste made from ground roasted peanuts. a soft food made from crushed peanuts, which is eaten on bread or used in cooking
peanut butter
A paste made by mixing ground fresh roasted peanuts with a small quantity of water or oil, and used chiefly as a relish on sandwiches, etc
peanut butter
Type of spread that is very popular in Anglo-Saxon countries It is made with roasted peanuts, icing sugar, molasses, vegetable oil shortening, and salt
peanut butter
A gooey brown paste made by grinding up a certain legume, often consumed with jelly between two slices of very bland white bread
peanut butter
soft spread which is made from ground peanuts
peanut gallery
(figurative) people whose criticisms are regarded as irrelevant or insignificant (resembling uneducated people who throw peanuts on the stage to express displeasure with a performance); "he ignored complaints from the peanut gallery
peanut oil
This flavorful oil borders on all-purpose Its flavor, though distinctive, is not overpowering, and it is a great oil for cooking (especially highly spiced foods and Asian dishes in which olive oil is out of place)
peanut oil
The oil pressed from peanuts, used for cooking, in soaps, and as a solvent for pharmaceutical preparations
peanut oil
oil pressed from peanuts (used in cooking and the manufacturing of soaps and pharmaceuticals)
peanut oil
a oil from peanuts; used in cooking and making soap; "groundnut oil" is British usage
peanut oil
is British usage
peanut oil
a oil from peanuts; used in cooking and making soap; "groundnut oil"
peanut oil
lubricant
peanut oil
Non-drying conditioning oil Highly unsaturated Vulnerable to rancidity A traditional oil for use in sunscreen preparations and after-sun oils It is substantive and protective to the harshest of external conditions
peanut oil
A clear oil derived from peanuts It has a high smoke point which makes it useful for frying The fat in peanut oil is approximately 50% monounsaturated and 30% polyunsaturated
peanut worm
small unsegmented marine worm that when disturbed retracts its anterior portion into the body giving the appearance of a peanut
peanut.
goober bean
peanuts
A very small or insufficient amount (especially of a salary)

It's a fun job, but it pays peanuts.

peanuts
plural form of peanut
A peanut
goober
Peanuts
a humorous US cartoon strip (=a set of drawings that tell a story in a newspaper or magazine) by Charles Schultz, about a boy called Charlie Brown, who is nice but not very confident and often unlucky. Other characters include his dog Snoopy, his sister Sally, and his friends Lucy, Linus, Pigpen, Peppermint Patty, and Schroeder
Peanuts
The name of a popular comic strip by Charles M. Schultz
The peanut
earthnut
hog peanut
A twining North American vine (Amphicarpaea bracteata) having clusters of pinkish or white flowers and bearing three-seeded pods as well as basal or underground fleshy one-seeded pods
hog peanut
vine widely distributed in eastern North America producing racemes of purple to maroon flowers and abundant (usually subterranean) edible one-seeded pods resembling peanuts
peanuts
A very small or insufficient amount (especially of a salary.)
peanuts
an insignificant sum of money; a trifling amount; "her salary is peanuts compared to his"
peanuts
plural of peanut
peanuts
an insignificant sum of money; a trifling amount; "her salary is peanuts compared to his
peanuts
{i} tiny amount, bit, small quantity; tiny pieces of styrofoam used for packing
peanut