cabbage

listen to the pronunciation of cabbage
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} lâhana

Lahana çiğ olarak yenilebilir. - Cabbage can be eaten raw.

Lahana, karnabahar, brokoli ve brüksellahanası aynı türün çeşitleridir. - Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts are all cultivars of the same species.

lahana

Lahana, karnabahar, brokoli ve brüksellahanası aynı türün çeşitleridir. - Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts are all cultivars of the same species.

Karnabahar üniversite eğitimli bir lahanadan başka bir şey değil. - Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.

(Botanik, Bitkibilim) milano lahanası
(Gıda) beyaz lahana
uyuşuk kimse
ruh
(isim) lâhana
özellikle terzilerin kumaşlardan çaldıkları parça
drum cabbage top lahana
çalınmış bir şey
Brassica oleracea
çalmak
aşırmak
Iahana
uyuşuk/lahana
yürütmek
(Gıda) lahana beyaz
(Gıda) kelem
lahan
laham
başlahana
cabbage patch
lahana yama
cabbage rolls
Lahana sarması/dolması
cabbage rose
lahana gül
cabbage tree
lahana ağacı
cabbage, cole, kale
lahana, turp, lahana
cabbage butterfly
lahana kelebeği
cabbage moth
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) lahana güvesi
turnip cabbage
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) alabaş
Chinese cabbage
Çin lahanası
red cabbage
kırmızı lahana
stuffed cabbage
lahana dolması
turnip cabbage
şalgam lahanası
green cabbage
yeşil lahana
savoy cabbage
savoy lahana
shredded cabbage
rendelenmiş lahana
skunk cabbage
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kokulu lahana
turnip cabbage
şalgam lâhanası
wild cabbage
yabani lahana
Chinese cabbage
çin lâhanası
become a cabbage
ot gibi olmak
become a cabbage
bunamak
boiled beef and cabbage
haşlanmış sığır eti ve lahana
red cabbage
kırmızı lâhana
stuffed cabbage leaves
lahana dolması
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An edible plant (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) having a head of green leaves
Marijuana leaf, the part you don't smoke but have to first extract into cannabutter and bake into spacecake to get high off
To purloin or embezzle, as the pieces of cloth remaining after cutting out a garment; to pilfer
To form a head like that of the cabbage; as, to make lettuce cabbage
Money
Used as a term of endearment
A person with severely reduced mental capacities due to brain damage

After the car crash, he became a cabbage.

The leaves of this plant eaten as a vegetable

Cabbage is good for you.

Cloth or clippings cabbaged or purloined by one who cuts out garments
{n} a genus of plants of twelve species
{v} to steal in cutting clothes, to head
To form a head like that the cabbage; as, to make lettuce cabbage
a leafy green vegetable (some varieties have red/purple leaves)
a taxi 'lets hail a cabbage'
n kol
The terminal bud of certain palm trees, used, like, cabbage, for food
{i} type of leafy vegetable
The cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, etc
any of various cultivars of the genus Brassica oleracea grown for their edible leaves or flowers
Profit
> baicai
See Cabbage tree, below
any of various types of cabbage
Patha gobi Vegetable
Deep, thick, inescapable rough Also called spinach Green, leafy vegetables are not good for your golf game
n sl offens a Quantar
{f} pilfer, take someone else's things (Rare usage)
make off with belongings of others
The common cabbage has a compact head of leaves
any of various types of cabbage any of various cultivars of the genus Brassica oleracea grown for their edible leaves or flowers
informal terms for money
Bund gobi Vegetable
An esculent vegetable of many varieties, derived from the wild Brassica oleracea of Europe
very deep, thick rough off the fairway (ie resembling cabbage)
Cabbage comes in many forms: flat, conical, or round shapes and leaves that are compact, loose, curly, or flat The most popular U S cabbage varieties are round, have waxy leaves, are heavy for their size, and vary from white to red
are sometimes classed as cabbages
A cabbage is a round vegetable with white, green or purple leaves that is usually eaten cooked. Leafy garden plant (Brassica oleracea, Capitata group) of European origin, with a short stem and a globular head of usually green leaves. A member of the mustard family, it is a major table vegetable in most countries of the temperate zone. The term cabbage also refers more generally to a vegetable and fodder plant of various horticultural forms developed by long cultivation from the wild, or sea, cabbage (B. oleracea) found near the seacoast in England and continental Europe. The common forms may be classified by the plant parts used for food: leaves (e.g., kale, collard, common cabbage, Brussels sprout); flowers and flower stalks (e.g., broccoli, cauliflower); and stems (e.g., kohlrabi). Cabbages grow best in mild to cool climates and tolerate frost. Edible portions are low in caloric value and are an excellent source of vitamin C, minerals, and dietary fibre. See also Chinese cabbage. cabbage palmetto cabbage looper cabbage white cabbage butterfly Chinese cabbage skunk cabbage
The cabbage palmetto
cole
cabbage palm
A common name for several different types of palms and palm-like plants
cabbage palms
plural form of cabbage palm
cabbage bark
tree with shaggy unpleasant-smelling toxic bark and yielding strong durable wood; bark and seeds used as a purgative and vermifuge and narcotic
cabbage butterfly
Any of several white butterflies of the genus Pieris, having larvae that feed on cabbage
cabbage butterfly
type of white butterfly
cabbage butterfly
white butterfly whose larvae (cabbageworms) feed on cabbage
cabbage head
{i} rounded section of a cabbage formed by layers of leaves which have not yet opened; stupid person
cabbage looper
Distinctive green, white-lined larva, or caterpillar (Trichoplusia ni), of the owlet moth family (Noctuidae). Like other loopers, it moves in an "inching" motion. It is an economic pest of cabbages and associated crops, particularly in the U.S. and Europe. The adults, known as Ni moths, migrate considerable distances. They are mottled brown with a pale Y-shaped mark on each forewing. The typical adult wingspan is about 1 in. (25 mm)
cabbage palm
Brazilian palm of genus Euterpe whose leaf buds are eaten like cabbage when young
cabbage palm
Brazilian palm of genus Euterpe whose leaf buds are eaten like cabbage when young Australian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young West Indian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cabbage palm
Australian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cabbage palm
low-growing fan-leaved palm of coastal southern United States having edible leaf buds
cabbage palm
West Indian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cabbage palmetto
low-growing fan-leaved palm of coastal southern United States having edible leaf buds
cabbage palmetto
A species of palmetto (Sabal palmetto) native to the southeast United States and the Bahamas, having an edible terminal bud and leaves used in religious services on Palm Sunday. Also called cabbage palm
cabbage rose
A coarse prickly shrub (Rosa centifolia) native to the Caucasus, having fragrant, pink, double-petaled flowers and widely cultivated as a source of attar of roses
cabbage tree
elegant tree having either a single trunk or a branching trunk each with terminal clusters of long narrow leaves and large panicles of fragrant white, yellow or red flowers; New Zealand
cabbage tree
Australian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cabbage tree
tree with shaggy unpleasant-smelling toxic bark and yielding strong durable wood; bark and seeds used as a purgative and vermifuge and narcotic
cabbage white
or cabbage butterfly European cabbage butterfly (Pieris rapae). Its larva is a major economic pest, attacking cabbage and related plants. Introduced into North America 1860, the cabbage white is today one of the most common North American white butterfly species
Chinese cabbage
Bok choy
Chinese cabbage
Napa cabbage
Chinese cabbage
Any East Asian leafy vegetable related to the Western cabbage, especially varieties of Brassica rapa
Kerguelen cabbage
The flowering plant Pringlea antiscorbutica
Savoy cabbage
A hardy cabbage with dense, crinkled leaves
bacon and cabbage
A popular dish consisting of a large piece of boiling bacon simmered with cabbage and other vegetables such as onions, turnips and carrots. Served with the bacon sliced and much of the boiled liquid retained with the vegetables
red cabbage
A variety of cabbage having red leaves, Brassica oleracea var. capitata f. rubra L
skunk cabbage
Symplocarpus foetidus, a low-growing plant native to the wetlands of eastern North America
skunk cabbage
Lysichiton americanus, a low-growing plant native to the wetlands of western North America
skunk cabbage
Lysichiton camtschatcense, a low-growing plant native to the wetlands of eastern Asia
A cabbage
chou
Cabbages
wort
Chinese cabbage
plant belonging to the mustard family which tastes similar to a cabbage
Chinese cabbage
Either of two widely cultivated members of the mustard family, bok choy and Brassica pekinensis. The latter vegetable, also called celery cabbage, forms a tight head of crinkled light green leaves. It has long been grown in the U.S. as a salad vegetable. All Chinese cabbages are delicate and crisp, qualities that enable them to combine with a wide variety of foods. Kimchi, the universal Korean pickle, is often made with Chinese cabbage
cabbages
plural of cabbage
celery cabbage
elongated head of crisp celery-like stalks and light green leaves
celery cabbage
plant with an elongated head of broad stalked leaves resembling celery; used as a vegetable in east Asia
chinese cabbage
plant with an elongated head of broad stalked leaves resembling celery; used as a vegetable in east Asia
chinese cabbage
elongated head of crisp celery-like stalks and light green leaves
chinese cabbage
elongated head of crisp celery-like stalks and light green leaves plant with an elongated head of broad stalked leaves resembling celery; used as a vegetable in east Asia
curly cabbage
type of leafy vegetable
head cabbage
any of several varieties of cabbage having a large compact globular head; may be steamed or boiled or stir-fried or used raw in coleslaw any of various cultivated cabbage plants having a short thick stalk and large compact head of edible usually green leaves
napa cabbage
While several types of Chinese cabbage exist, the variety we most commonly associate with Chinese cabbage is Napa Cabbage, the large-headed cabbage with the firmly packed, pale green leaves that you'll usually find next to bok choy in western supermarkets It is also known as Peking Cabbage and celery cabbage More healthful than western cabbages, Napa Cabbage is rich in Vitamin C and other nutrients Look for firm green leaves that are not wilted or eaten by bugs Store in a plastic bag in the crisper section of the refrigerator Like tofu, Napa Cabbage absorbs the flavors of the foods around it It is eaten raw in salads, and often added to stir-fries and soups in the last stages of cooking Cooking Tip - Lining a bamboo steamer with Napa Cabbage helps prevent food from sticking to the bottom
napa cabbage
Sometimes called Chinese celery cabbage Found in many supermarkets and Oriental markets
napa cabbage
Brassica Pekinensis While several types of Chinese cabbage exist, the variety we most commonly associate with Chinese cabbage is Napa Cabbage, the large-headed cabbage with the firmly packed, pale green leaves that you'll usually find next to bok choy in western supermarkets It is also known as Peking Cabbage and celery cabbage More healthful than western cabbages, Napa Cabbage is rich in Vitamin C and other nutrients Look for firm green leaves that are not wilted or eaten by bugs Store in a plastic bag in the crisper section of the refrigerator Like tofu, Napa Cabbage absorbs the flavors of the foods around it It is eaten raw in salads, and often added to stir-fries and soups in the last stages of cooking Cooking Tip - Lining a bamboo steamer with Napa Cabbage helps prevent food from sticking to the bottom
pickled cabbage
cabbage that has been preserved in brine or vinegar
red cabbage
compact head of purplish-red leaves cabbage plant with a compact head of reddish purple leaves
red cabbage
A red cabbage is a cabbage with dark red leaves
red cabbage
compact head of purplish-red leaves
red cabbage
cabbage plant with a compact head of reddish purple leaves
red cabbage
cabbage with purplish leaves
savoy cabbage
head of soft crinkly leaves cabbage plant with a compact head of crinkled leaves
sea cabbage
See Sea kale, under Kale
skunk cabbage
Any of three species of plants that grow in temperate bogs and meadows, emitting unpleasant odours as they grow. The eastern North American skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus, of the arum family) has large fleshy leaves, purple-brown spathes, and a skunklike odour. The western, or yellow, skunk cabbage (Lysichiton americanum), also an arum, bears a large yellow spathe and is found from California to Alaska and eastward to Montana. The third species, Veratrum californicum, is the poisonous corn lily, or false hellebore, of the lily family, which grows from New Mexico and Baja California northward to Washington State
skunk cabbage
clump-forming deciduous perennial swamp plant of western North America similar to Symplocarpus foetidus but having a yellow spathe deciduous perennial low-growing fetid swamp plant of eastern North America having minute flowers enclosed in a mottled greenish or purple cowl-shaped spathe
southern cabbage butterfly
common North American form of cabbage butterfly
stuffed cabbage
food made from cabbage leaves filled with rice or meat
stuffed cabbage
parboiled head of cabbage scooped out and filled with a hash of chopped e
stuffed cabbage
beef or ham and baked; served with tomato or cheese sauce
turnip cabbage
fleshy turnip-shaped edible stem of the kohlrabi plant
turnip cabbage
a cruciferous plant with a thick bulbous edible yellow root
white cabbage
cabbage which is white
wild cabbage
wild original of cultivated cabbages; common in western coastal Europe
cabbage
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