peeled

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Gıda) kabuğu soyulmuş
dımdızlak
(Argo) anadan üryan
(Argo) dal taşak
(Argo) anadan doğma çıplak
sıyrık
(Argo) çırılçıplak
peel
{f} soymak

Reçel için tam bir kova elmayı soymak zorundayım. - I have to peel a whole bucket of apples for a jam.

Elmaları soymak zorundayım. - I have to peel the apples.

peeled barley
soyulmuş arpa
peeled rib
soyulmuş kuşak
peel
{f} kabuğunu soymak
peel
{i} kabuk
peel
(Gıda) soymak meyve
peel
kabuğunu çıkarmak
peel
meyve kabuğu
peel
ağaç kabuğu
peel
soyuntu
peel
(Gıda) patates vs kabuğunu soymak
peel
soymak (meyveyi/sebzeyi)
peel
sebze kabuğu
peel
(Gıda) soyulmuş kabuk
peel
pullanmak
peel
soyulmak
keep one's eyes peeled
gözünü dört açmak
peel
{f} soy

Tom bir elma soyamayacak kadar çok genç. - Tom is too young to peel an apple.

Patatesleri ve havuçları soy. - Peel the potatoes and carrots.

peel
pul pul dökülmek
peel
(kabuğu/derisi) soyulmak
peel
{i} meyva  kabuğu
peel
(meyve/sebze/vb.) kabuk
keep one's eyes peeled
Kişinin gözleri soyulmuş tutmak
keep one´s eyes open/peeled/skinned
gözünü açmak, gözünü dört açmak, tetikte olmak
keep so.'s eyes peeled
devam ediyorum. 'gözleri soyulmuş
keep your eyes peeled
Gözlerini soyulmuş tutmak
peel
fırıncı kureği
being peeled
soyulma
keep one's eyes peeled
tetikte olmak
peel
soyunmak
peel
fırın küreği
peel
fırıncı küreği
peel
{i} meyva kabuğu
peel
{f} ağacın kabuğu, insanın derisi, boya
peel
{f} (karidesin) kabuğunu çıkarmak
peel
{f} (meyvenin/sebzenin) kabuğunu soymak, (meyveyi/sebzeyi) soymak
peel
{f} dökülmek (deri)
peel
kürek palasu
peel
ingiltere ile iskoçya arasındaki sınırda bulunan kare şeklinde eski kule
to be peeled
soyulmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
With the outermost layer removed

He stir the campfire stew with a peeled stick, so the bark wouldn't get in it.

Simple past tense and past participle of peel
(used informally) completely unclothed
{s} shelled, pared, skinned
past of peel
peeled almonds
almonds whose shell and outer skin have been removed
peeled peanuts
peanuts whose shell and outer skin have been removed
keep an eye peeled
To look out (for something) attentively

Keep an eye peeled, you never know when the ice-cream truck will pass by.

keep one's eyes peeled
To be on the alert, to be watchful
peel
The skin or outer layer of a fruit, vegetable etc. (usually uncountable)
peel
To send through a hoop (of a ball other than one's own)
peel
To remove the skin or outer covering of

I sat by my sister's bed, peeling oranges for her.

peel
A shovel or similar instrument, now especially a pole with a flat disc at the end used for removing loaves of bread from a baker's oven
peel
A cosmetic preparation designed to remove dead skin or exfoliate
peel
A stake
peel
To remove from the outer or top layer of

We peeled the old wallpaper off in strips where it was hanging loose.

peel
To plunder; to pillage, rob
peel
The action of peeling away from a formation
peel
Common misspelling of peal: to sound loudly

As the tiny Virgin... approaches one of the barrio churches, bells peel vigorously, a brass band launches into a fast-paced tune, and large rockets zoom... .

peel
A small tower, fort, or castle; a keep
peel
The blade of an oar
peel
An equal or match; a draw
peel
A fence made of stakes; a stockade
peel
A T-shaped implement used by printers and bookbinders for hanging wet sheets of paper on lines or poles to dry
peel
To remove one's clothing

The children peeled by the side of the lake and jumped in.

peel
To become detached, come away, especially in flakes or strips; to shed skin in such a way

I had been out in the sun too long, and my nose was starting to peel.

peel
{n} a rind, fireshovel, board used by bakers
peel
{v} to take or scale off, slay, plunder, rob
being peeled
being skinned, being stripped of a peel or rind, being stripped
easily peeled
having a peel that is easily removed (i.e. banana)
keep one's eyes peeled
pay attention; be watchful; "Keep your eyes peeled for any policemen
keep one's eyes peeled
be on guard, stand guard, keep watch
keep your eyes peeled
keep a close watch, be on the lookout
peel
outer covering of a fruit or vegetable, as in: Where can I put my banana peel?
peel
To remove ones clothing
peel
A shovel or similar instrument, now especially a pole with a flat disc at the end used for removing loaves of bread from a bakers oven
peel
The skin or rind; as, the peel of an orange
peel
A high-speed takeout shot that removes one or more stones from play and usually results in the shooter also going out of play
peel
A swindle, con, or trick It's often used as a verb Peeling a tanar'ri is usually a bad idea
peel
Free removal of burnt molding sand from casting
peel
To send through a hoop (of a ball other than ones own)
peel
get undressed; "please don't undress in front of everybody!"; "She strips in front of strangers every night for a living"
peel
When you peel fruit or vegetables, you remove their skins. She sat down in the kitchen and began peeling potatoes
peel
– In sailing, this term describes a sail change in which a new sail (spinnaker or headsail) is hoisted while the old one is still working; once the new sail is up, the old is "peeled" away
peel
a long handled broad shovel used for putting bread into an oven
peel
If you are peeling or if your skin is peeling, small pieces of skin are coming off, usually because you have been burned by the sun. His face, at the moment, was peeling from sunburn. British politician. As home secretary (1822-1827 and 1828-1830) he established the London police force (1829) and helped pass the Catholic Emancipation Act (1829). He later served as prime minister (1834-1835 and 1841-1846). A fortified house or tower of a kind constructed in the borderland of Scotland and England in the 16th century
peel
To peel a fruit or vegetable, take off the outer layer with small, sharp knife or potato peeler
peel
to sound loudly
peel
The peel of a fruit such as a lemon or an apple is its skin. grated lemon peel. You can also refer to a peel. a banana peel
peel
When a recipe asks you to peel an item, it wants you to cut off the outer covering, using a knife or vegetable peeler
peel
British politician (1788-1850)
peel
A take out shot that removes a stone from play and the delivered stone also rolls out of play
peel
to flay; to decorticate; as, to peel an orange
peel
To plunder; to pillage; to rob
peel
A takeout which removes a stone from play as well as the delivered stone
peel
To move, separate (off or away)
peel
the tissue forming the hard outer layer (of e g a fruit)
peel
The skin or outer layer of a fruit, vegetable etc
peel
Strip off the outer covering
peel
Tool resembling a long-handled spade, used to take loaves out of the oven
peel
If you peel off something that has been sticking to a surface or if it peels off, it comes away from the surface. One of the kids was peeling plaster off the wall It took me two days to peel off the labels Paint was peeling off the walls The wallpaper was peeling away close to the ceiling. an unrenovated bungalow with slightly peeling blue paint
peel
To strip off the skin, bark, or rind of; to strip by drawing or tearing off the skin, bark, husks, etc
peel
the rind of a fruit or vegetable
peel
To remove the rind or skin from a fruit or vegetable using a knife or vegetable peeler p> Pinch: a measure of dry ingredients that is normally the amount that can be held between the thumb and forefinger, usually much less than 1/8 teaspoon
peel
If a surface is peeling, the paint on it is coming away. Its once-elegant white pillars are peeling
peel
To remove the outside covering of food with a the sharp edge of a knife or peeler or by pulling off
peel
A hard takeout designed to remove guards
peel
To lose the skin, bark, or rind; to come off, as the skin, bark, or rind does; often used with an adverb; as, the bark peels easily or readily
peel
A small tower used as a fortified house
peel
the rind of a fruit or vegetable British politician (1788-1850)
peel
{f} remove skin, remove a rind, skin; shed skin; undress, disrobe, unclothe, strip
peel
To strip or tear off; to remove by stripping, as the skin of an animal, the bark of a tree, etc
peel
Used as another term for snap-off More commonly it used as peel rate, which is the speed the screen mesh releases from the garment The heavier the viscosity of the ink, the slower the screen mesh will release from the garment If the screen mesh is not allowed adequate time to fully release or peel from the garment, print defects can occur
peel
strip the skin off; "pare apples"
peel
Peeling off of an event is when you involuntarily let go On uneven bars or high bar peeling is usually followed by a short uncontrolled flight On rings peeling is usually followed by an almost immediate impact with the ground Peeling is almost entirely preventable by proper hand and body positions, and equipment review (including grips)
peel
A spadelike implement, variously used, as for removing loaves of bread from a baker's oven; also, a T-shaped implement used by printers and bookbinders for hanging wet sheets of paper on lines or poles to dry
peel
{i} outer skin of fruit or vegetable, rind; scale, flake
peel
A large tool, that looks like a shovel, used to slide pizza onto a hot stone
peel
the skin that covers the outside of a fruit or vegetable
peel
To strip, cut off, or pull away skin or rind
peel
come off in flakes or thin small pieces; "The paint in my house is peeling off"
peel
Also, the blade of an oar
peel
A manoeuvre in which a ball, other than the one which is struck, is made to run its hoop
peel
A small tower; typically, a fortified house on the border
peel
Take off outer covering (ie oranges)
peeled

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    /ˈpēld/ /ˈpiːld/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'pE(&)l ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English pelen, from Middle French peler, from Latin pilare to remove the hair from, from pilus hair.

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