crepe

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
krep

Ofiste biraz krep yapmak eğlenceli olurdu. - It would be fun to make some crepes in the office.

(Teknik,Tekstil) kıvırcıklaştırmak
(Gıda) akıtma
crepe paper krepon kâğıdı
ayakkabı tabanı için kullanılan tırtıklı Lastik
crepe rubber krepsol
(Tekstil) 1. krep, bürümcük 2. kıvırcıklaştırmak
kek/siyah bant/krep
crepe de Chine krepdöşin
crepes suzette krep suzet
{i} bürümcük
bükme
crepe de chine
krepdöşin
crepe georgette
krepjorjet
crepe paper
krepon kâğıdı
crepe rubber
krepsol
crepe rubber
krep lastik
crepe suzette
krepsüzet
crepe yarn
krep ipliği
crepe fern
krep eğreltiotu
crepe myrtle
krep mersin
crepe rubber
krep kauçuk
crepe-paper
Krep kağıt
crepe Georgette
(Tekstil) krepsüzet
crepe paper
(Tekstil) gofre kağıt
embossed crepe
kabartma krep
crape
mor
crape
(Tekstil) Kreplemek. Kumaş yüzeylerine, değişik apre işlemleriyle pürüzlü ve kıvrımlı görünüm kazandırmak
crepes
krep

Ofiste biraz krep yapmak eğlenceli olurdu. - It would be fun to make some crepes in the office.

crape
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Çin asıllı gösterişli pembe
crape
Lagerstroemia indica crape
crape
bürümcük
crape
kırmızı veya beyaz çiçekleri olan bir bitki
crape
(Tekstil) krap
crape
{i} krepon
crape
{i} matem tülü
crape
yas belirtmek için taklıan siyah tül
crape
krepon kumaş
crape
krepon krep
crape
kötümser kimse
polyester crepe
(Tekstil) polyester krep
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Alternative spelling of crêpe
A death notice printed on white card with a background of black crepe paper or cloth, placed on a the door of a residence or business
Crepe is a thin fabric with an uneven surface and is made of cotton, silk, or wool. Use a crepe bandage to support the affected area
A crepe is a thin pancake. chicken-filled crepes
a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface paper with a crinkled texture; usually colored and used for decorations
A light crinkled fabric
The word comes from the French word creper meaning to crimp or frizz and describes crinkly or grained surfaced fabrics including wool, cotton, silk, rayon, and other synthetics and blends Crepe de Chine is a very popular silk crepe
Fibre: Worsted cotton, wool, silk, man-made synthetics Weave: Mostly plain, but various weaves Characteristics: Has a crinkled, puckered surface or soft mossy finish Comes in different weights and degrees of sheerness Dull with a harch dry feel Woolen crepes are softer than worsted If it is fine, it drapes well Has very good wearing qualities Has a very slimming effect Uses: Depending on weight, it is used for dresses of all types, including long dinner dresses, suits, and coats
cover or drape with crape; "crape the mirror"
a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface
Crepe is a type of rubber with a rough surface. a pair of crepe-soled ankle-boots
A thin light fabric of cotton or silk or combination, with finely crinkled or ridged surface Also, a silk fabric, usually black, used for mourning veils or bands
(French) Thin pancakes Top of glossary D
A family of weaves having a slightly pebbly texture Crepe yarn is given a high twist during spinning, making it slightly stiff and wiry During weaving, the yarn contracts giving the characteristic texture
Thin pancakes
paper with a crinkled texture; usually colored and used for decorations
small very thin pancake
A broad term given to various fabrics generally recognized by a crinkled, puckered, or pebble-effect surface
Used to describe all kinds of fabrics--wool, cotton, silk, rayon, synthetics and blends-that have a crinkle, crimped or grained surface
{i} fine cloth, thin light fabric of silk or cotton; thin paper; (French) small thin pancake
Textured surface fabric found in both wovens and knits It can be used in knits as the reverse side of a special jacquard A crinkly surface is achieved via use of high twist yarns, chemical treatments, weave, construction, or some form of embossing or surface treatment Crepes are available in an unlimited variety of fibers and blends and in may different constructions
A light, thin, egg-rich pancake The word is French, but the crepe is so versatile that you'll find it in many other languages It's A Russian Blini, A Jewish Blintz, A Chinese Egg Roll, A Greek Krep Or A Hungarian Palascinta Depending on the filling, it can be an appetizer, a main dish or a dessert
crêpe
Anything that is flat and round
crêpe
A thin, crinkled fabric made of silk or other fiber
crêpe
A very thin pancake used for desserts
crepe de Chine
A fine, thin fabric, usually of silk, that is used to make dresses or blouses
crepe de Chines
plural form of crepe de Chine
crepe paper
Alternative spelling of crêpe paper
crêpe Suzette
A dessert comprising a crêpe (pancake) topped with caramel and orange sauce and Grand Marnier, then flambeed
crêpe paper
a thin, crinkled tissue paper, often coloured, used for decoration
crepe de chine
{i} thin light silk fabric, very thin crepe fabric
crepe de chine
a very thin crepe of silk or silklike fabric
crepe fern
fern of rain forests of tropical Australia and New Zealand and South Africa
crepe myrtle
Variant of crape myrtle
crepe paper
paper with a crinkled texture; usually colored and used for decorations
crepe paper
thin paper with a crinkled texture
crepe paper
Crepe paper is stretchy paper with an uneven surface. Coloured crepe paper is often used for making decorations. Crinkled tissue paper, resembling the fabric crepe, used for decorations. a type of thin brightly coloured paper that stretches slightly and is used for making decorations
crepe rubber
crude natural rubber; used mainly for shoe soles
crepe rubber
Rubber with a crinkled texture, used especially for shoe soles
crepe shoes
type of shoes which have a rough sole
crepe suzette
sweet food, thin French pancakes served with orange sauce
crepe suzette
crepes flamed in a sweet orange-and-lemon flavored liqueur sauce
crape
A thin, crimped stuff, made of raw silk gummed and twisted on the mill. Black crape is much used for mourning garments, also for the dress of some clergymen
crêpes
plural form of crêpe
crêpy
Resembling or similar to crêpe
crape
{n} a thin kind of stuff used in mourning
canton crepe
a soft thick crinkled dress crepe; heavier than crepe de Chine
crape
a soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface
crape
curl tightly; "crimp hair"
crape
cover or drape with crape; "crape the mirror"
crape
To form into ringlets; to curl; to crimp; to friz; as, to crape the hair; to crape silk
crape
small very thin pancake cover or drape with crape; "crape the mirror
crape
{i} fine cloth, thin light fabric of silk or cotton; thin paper; black band signifying mourning
crape
Black crape is much used for mourning garments, also for the dress of some clergymen
crape
small very thin pancake
crape
A thin, crimped stuff, made of raw silk gummed and twisted on the mill
crepes
plural of crepe
crepy
alternative form of crêpy
crepe
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