chive

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frenksoğanı

Çorbamda frenksoğanını severim ama salatamda değil. - I like chives in my soup, but not in my salad.

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frenksoğan

Çorbamda frenksoğanını severim ama salatamda değil. - I like chives in my soup, but not in my salad.

Allium schoenoprasum
{i} bıçak
chives
frenksoğanı

Çorbamda frenksoğanını severim ama salatamda değil. - I like chives in my soup, but not in my salad.

chives
(Gıda) çamaşır suyu karışımı
garlic chive
frenk soğanı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
(in plural chives) The leaves of this plant used as a herb
A plant that is perennial (Allium schoenoprasum), related to the onion
perennial having hollow cylindrical leaves used for seasoning
A plant that is perennial (Latin Allium schoenoprasum), related to the onion
The leaves of this plant used as a herb
{i} plant of the onion family (used as a seasoning)
The young leaves are used in omelets, etc
A perennial plant (Allium Schœnoprasum), allied to the onion
Small, hardy perennial plant (Allium schoenoprasum) of the lily family, related to the onion. Its small, white, elongated bulbs and thin, tubular leaves grow in clumps. Dense, attractive, spherical umbels of bluish or lilac flowers rise above the foliage. The leaves may be cut off at ground level and used for seasoning foods
A filament of a stamen
Chinese chive
An eastern Asian herb (Allium tuberosum) having flat leaves, small white flowers, and elongated bulbs covered with a fibrous coat. Often used in the plural. Also called garlic chive, Oriental garlic
garlic chive
A plant which has long, thin, white-flowering stalks, related to chives
garlic chive
(in plural garlic chives) The garlic-flavoured leaves of this plant used as a vegetable in cooking
chives
{n} a plant, allium
chives
Type: Herb (fresh stalks, or frozen and freeze-dried) Description: Slender green, hollow stems Related to the onion and leek Source of vitamin A Flavor: Onion or garlic flavor Uses: Appetizers, cream soups, fish, salads, sauces, shellfish and part of "fines herbes" blend
chives
A fragrant herb with slender, hollow green stems and a mild onion flavor Chives are related to onions and leeks
chives
plural of chive
chives
- One of the most popular of culinary herbs, the leaves of this plant can be used in a variety of ways The flowers are also edible, and can be used to garnish salads and other cold dishes Chives are readily grown indoors or outside They have thin, tubular, grass like foliage and clover like lavender flower heads that bloom in mid to late summer Leaves have a mild onion flavor Chives will turn drab green when heated
chives
cylindrical leaves used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning perennial having hollow cylindrical leaves used for seasoning
chives
cylindrical leaves used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning
chives
Chives are the long thin hollow green leaves of a herb with purple flowers. Chives are cut into small pieces and added to food to give it a flavour similar to onions
chives
perennial having hollow cylindrical leaves used for seasoning
chives
allium schoenoprasum bulb soups, salads, meats, fish, condiments, eggs, cheese, blossoms as a garnish f, d, freeze-dried
garlic chive
large flat leaves used as chive is used a plant of eastern Asia; larger than Allium schoenoprasum
chive

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    Этимология

    [ 'chIv ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Old French cive, from Latin cepa (“onion”).

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