fatty

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{s} yağlı

Bu oldukça yağlı bir et parçası. - This is a rather fatty cut of meat.

Yağlı yiyecekleri sevmiyorum. - I don't like fatty foods.

yağlı yiyecek

Yağlı yiyecekler yememelisin. - You shouldn't eat fatty foods.

Yağlı yiyecekleri sevmiyorum. - I don't like fatty foods.

(yiyecek) yağlı
{i} şişko

Diğer çocuklar onu Şişko diye çağırıyor. - The other children call him Fatty.

fatty degeneration yağ dejenerasyonu
{i} dobişko
dobiş
yağ asidi
semiz
{s} tombul
{s} yağlı. i., aşağ. şişko, dobiş
{s} yağdan oluşan
fatty compounds yağlı bileşimler
fatty tissue ya
gübreli
{s} şişman
olağanüstü şişmanlık
yağ tulumu
dobiç
fatty acid
kim. yağ asidi
fatty fish
(Denizbilim) yağlı balık
fatty tissue
yağdoku
fatty acid
yağ asidi
fatty atrophy
yağlı atrofi
fatty clay
yağlı kil
fatty degeneration
yağ dejenerasyonu
fatty degeneration
yağlı dejenerasyon
fatty degeneration
aşırı şişmanlık
fatty foods
yağlı yiyecekler
fatty heart
yağ bağlamış kalp
fatty tissue
yağ dokusu
fatty tissue
yağlı tabaka
fatty acids
yağ asitleri
fatty alcohol
yağ alkol
fatty oil
yağ yağ
fatty oils
yağlı yağlar
fatty acid composition
(Gıda) yağ asidi komposizyonu
fatty bears installation
(Bilgisayar) fatty bears yüklemesi
fatty eyelid
(Denizbilim) yağlı gözkapağı
fatty eyelid
(Denizbilim) adipoz göz kapağı
fatty food
yağlı yemek
fatty lobule
(Anatomi) yağ lobcuğu
fatty mordant
(Tekstil) yağlı mordan
fatty oil
sabit yağ
fatty paint
kalınlaşmış boya
fatty streaks
(Tıp) yağlı çizgiler
fatty substance
(Kimya) yağlı maddeler
fatty tissue
yağlı doku
saturated fatty acid
(Gıda) doymuş yağ asidi
fattiness
şişmanlık
fattier
yağlı
free fatty acid
(Biyokimya) Serbest yağ asiti
trans fatty acid
trans yağ asidi
essential fatty acids
esas yağ asitleri
fattiness
yağlılık
volatile fatty acid number
(Kimya) uçucu yağ asidi sayısı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Containing, composed of, or consisting of fat

That means eating fruits and vegetables and cutting back on fatty foods.

An obese person
Literally or figuratively large

I'm trying to get a fatty project done in a couple of hours right now.

Like fat; greasy

On the sixth, stools black, fatty, viscid, fetid; slept, more collected.

{a} plump, fleshy, gross, greasy, rich
Containing, composed of or consisting of fat
Fatty food contains a lot of fat. Don't eat fatty food or chocolates The report dispels the myth that Northerners have a fattier diet than people in the south
containing or composed of fat; "fatty food"; "fat tissue
{s} containing or resembling fat, greasy; full of fat, plump
Containing fat, or having the qualities of fat; greasy; gross; as, a fatty substance
a rotund individual
containing or composed of fat; "fatty food"; "fat tissue"
Literally of figuratively large
Fatty acids or fatty tissues, for example, contain or consist of fat. fatty acids The woman lost about 1.8kg of fatty tissue during the week's fast. containing a lot of fat. fatties an insulting word for someone who is fat
Adipose
fatty acid
Any of a class of aliphatic carboxylic acids, of general formula CnH2n+1COOH, that occur combined with glycerol as animal or vegetable oils and fats. Only those with an even number of carbon atoms are normally found in natural fats

Note: The above general formula applies to the saturated fatty acids. Remove 2 hydrogen atoms for an unsaturated fatty acid, and 2 hydrogen atoms for every double bond in a polyunsaturated fatty acid.

fatty acids
plural form of fatty acid
fatty liver
The abnormal retention of triglycerides within the vacuoles of the liver
fatty acid
In chemistry, especially biochemistry, a fatty acid is a carboxylic acid often with a long unbranched aliphatic tail (chain), which is either saturated or unsaturated. Carboxylic acids as short as butyric acid (4 carbon atoms) are considered to be fatty acids, whereas fatty acids derived from natural fats and oils may be assumed to have at least 8 carbon atoms, e.g., caprylic acid (octanoic acid)
fatty acid
An organic acid of aliphatic structure originally derived from fats and fatty oils
fatty acid
A fatty acid is a carboxylic acid (an acid with a -COOH group) with long hydrocarbon side chains
fatty acid
acids found in lipids; composed of carbon atoms flanked by hydrogen atoms with an acid group
fatty acid
any of a class of aliphatic monocarboxylic acids that form part of a lipid molecule and can be derived from fat by hydrolysis; fatty acids are simple molecules built around a series of carbon atoms linked together in a chain of 12 to 22 carbon atoms
fatty acid
organic acid found in animal and vegetable oils (Chemistry)
fatty acid
A chemical unit that occurs naturally, either singly or combined, and consists of strongly linked carbon and hydrogen atoms in a chain-like structure The end of the chain contains a reactive acid group made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen This acid group permits reaction with glycerol to make the fatty acid a fundamental unit of the triglyceride fat molecule A natural fat is a mixture of triglyceride fat molecules Fatty acids found in soybeans include palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic, and linolenic
fatty acid
a long-chain carboxylic acid (23 4)
fatty acid
An organic substance which reacts with a base to form a soap Tallow and coconut oil are examples
fatty acid
Any of the series of saturated or unsaturated acids (C n H 2n O 2 ) such as stearic, oleic, and palmitic acids which occur in natural fats and natural oils
fatty acid
A carboxylic acid that contains a long hydrophobic hydrocarbon chain
fatty acid
-a long-chain molecule made of carbon atoms and capped at the end with a carboxyl group (COOH)
fatty acid
An organic acid that is either manufactured by the body or must be supplied by the diet Examples of fatty acids include linoleic, linolenic, and arachidonic acid
fatty acid
A long, unbranched-chain carboxylic acid, most commonly of 12 to 20 carbons, derived from the hydrolysis of animal fats, vegetable oils, or the phospholipids of biological membranes
fatty acid
a long-chain carboxylic acid
fatty acid
A long-chain aliphatic acid that is found in natural fats
fatty acid
A class of compounds that contain a long chain composed of hydrogen and carbon atoms In general, fatty acids refer to any compound derived from the breakdown of fats
fatty acid
Any of a large group of monobasic acids, especially those found in animal and vegetable fats and oils, having the general formula CCOOH. Characteristically made up of saturated or unsaturated aliphatic compounds with an even number of carbon atoms, this group of acids includes palmitic, stearic, and oleic acids. an acid that the cells in your body need to use food effectively. Organic compound that is an important component of lipids in plants, animals, and microorganisms. Fatty acids are carboxylic acids with a long hydrocarbon chain, usually straight, as the fourth substituent group on the carboxyl (COOH) group (see functional group) that makes the molecule an acid. If the carbon-to-carbon bonds (see bonding) in that chain are all single, the fatty acid is saturated; artificial saturation is called hydrogenation. A fatty acid with one double bond is monounsaturated; one with more is polyunsaturated. These are more reactive chemically. Most unsaturated fats are liquid at room temperature, so food manufacturers hydrogenate them to make them solid (see margarine). A high level of saturated fatty acids in the diet raises blood cholesterol levels. A few fatty acids have branched chains. Others (e.g., prostaglandins) contain ring structures. Fatty acids in nature are always combined, usually with glycerol as triglycerides in fats. Oleic acid (unsaturated, with 18 carbon atoms) is almost half of human fat and is abundant in such oils as olive, palm, and peanut. Most animals, including mammals, cannot synthesize some unsaturated "essential" fatty acids; humans need linoleic, linolenic, and arachidonic acids in their diet
fatty acid
A building block of fat
fatty acid
any monobasic (one displaceable hydrogen atom per molecule) organic acid having the general formula CnH2n+1 COOH Fatty acids derived from natural fats and oils are used to make soaps used in the manufacture of greases and other lubricants See grease
fatty acid
A carboxylic acid that contains a long, hydrophobic hydrocarbon chain
fatty acid
long chain carboxylic acid
fatty acids
The principal part of many vegetable and animal oils and greases, also known as carboxylic acids which embrace a wider definition These are common contaminants that solvents are used to remove They are also used to activate fluxes
fatty acids
components of fats, oils, phospholipids, and waxes
fatty acids
A chemical unit occurring naturally, either singly or combined, and consisting of strongly linked carbon and hydrogen atoms in a chain like structure At the end of the chain is a reactive acid group composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
fatty acids
One of the constituent molecules of a fat See EFA for more detail
fatty acids
A natural organic compound found in animal and vegetable fats, which are made up of various combinations of fatty acids (in sets of three) connected to a glycerol molecule, making them triglycerides Each molecule a fatty acid consists of a carboxyl group (oxygen, carbon and hydrogen) attached to a chain of carbon atoms with their associated hydrogen atoms The chain of carbon atoms may be connected with single bonds of hydrogen between them, making a 'saturated' fat; or it may be connected with double bonds, making an 'unsaturated' fat The number of carbon and hydrogen atoms in the chain is what determines the qualities of that particular fatty acid For more information on how this pertains to soap-making, see The Chemistry of Soap
fatty acids
Substances that occur in several forms in foods; different fatty acids have different effects on lipid profiles
fatty acids
nutritional substances found in nature, which include cholesterol, triglycerides, prostaglandins, and other fatty based acids
fatty acids
A basic unit of fats When insulin levels are too low or there is not enough glucose (sugar) to use for energy, the body burns fatty acids for energy The body then makes ketone bodies, waste products that cause the acid level in the blood to become too high This in turn may lead to ketoacidosis, a serious problem See also: Diabetic ketoacidosis
fatty acids
organic carbon compound occurring naturally in animal and vegetable fats and oils
fatty acids
SATURATED FATS
fatty acids
long straight chains of carbon and hydrogen ending with an acid group at one end Saturated fatty acids have no capacity to absorb more hydrogen atoms Animal fats are mostly of this type and are considered less healthy as they end to accumulate in the linings of arteries
fatty acids
Most common form of lipids found in all cells Come in saturated (reduced) and unsaturated (oxidized) form and are a component of phospholipids and fats
fatty acids
Acids based on a string of carbon atoms; they often have unpleasant flavors
fatty acids
the body's desired source of energy during steady state aerobic activity, and low level activity; used for ATP production in muscle tissue during recovery glycogen replenishment
fatty acids
An aliphatic acid; many can obtained from animal fats
fatty acids
Molecules containing chains of carbon atoms with variable numbers of hydrogen atoms linked to each carbon atom Each fatty acid has an acid structure (termed a carboxyl) at one end of the carbon chain comprising one carbon, two oxygen and one hydrogen atom
fatty acids
are required by the body for proper nutrition Fatty acids are transformed by the intestines into useful nutrients
fatty alcohol
Any of various alcohols derived from plant or animal oils and fats and used in plastics and pharmaceuticals
fatty degeneration
The accumulation of fat globules within the cells of a bodily organ, such as the liver or heart, resulting in deterioration of tissue and diminished functioning of the affected organ
fatty food
food that contains a large percentage of fat
fatty liver
yellow discoloration as a result of the accumulation of certain fats (triglycerides) in the liver; can be caused by alcoholic cirrhosis or pregnancy or exposure to certain toxins
fatty oil
nonvolatile animal or plant oil
fatty substance
substance that contains fat
essential fatty acid
any fatty acid required for human metabolism that cannot be synthesized by the body and must be present in the diet; originally designated as vitamin F
free fatty acid
non-esterified fatty acid
non-esterified fatty acid
Any fatty acid which occurs free, rather than esterified with glycerol to form a glyceride or other lipid; usually as the result of hydrolysis
non-esterified fatty acids
plural form of non-esterified fatty acid
nonesterified fatty acid
Alternative spelling of non-esterified fatty acid
omega-3 fatty acid
any polyunsaturated fatty acid having a double bond between the third and fourth carbon atoms from the end of the molecule farthest from the carboxylic acid; they are found in green vegetables and in the oils of fish such as salmon and mackerel; they are essential fatty acids, and seem to be beneficial in reducing the risk of heart disease

Both types of fish are available in cans, but unlike tuna, salmon is loaded with fat — healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

omega-6 fatty acid
any polyunsaturated fatty acid having a double bond between the sixth and seventh carbon atoms from the end of the molecule farthest from the carboxylic acid; although they are essential fatty acids, there is evidence that excess levels can cause a number of diseases
partially defatted pork fatty tissue
Fresh pork fatty tissue, excluding skin, that has been rendered at a temperature not more than 120 degrees Fahrenheit and is pinkish, fresh-looking, and fresh-smelling
polyunsaturated fatty acid
a fatty acid, such as arachidonic acid, that contains two or more carbon to carbon double bonds
polyunsaturated fatty acids
plural form of polyunsaturated fatty acid
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid, such as stearic acid, that contains no carbon to carbon double bonds
trans fatty acid
An unsaturated fatty acid in which one or more of the double bonds has the trans orientation instead of the usual cis orientation
unsaturated fatty acid
A fatty acid, such as oleic acid, that contains one carbon to carbon double bond
unsaturated fatty acids
plural form of unsaturated fatty acid
Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid
{i} PUFA, unsaturated fatty acid with more than one double or triple valence bond per molecule in its carbon chain (found soybean oil, safflower oil, fish and corn)
fattier
comparative of fatty
fattiest
superlative of fatty
fattiness
{i} degree of fat content
fattiness
State or quality of being fatty
fattiness
The quality of being fatty
monounsaturated fatty acid
an unsaturated fatty acid whose carbon chain has one double or triple valence bond per molecule; found chiefly in olive oil and chicken and almonds
omega-3 fatty acid
a polyunsaturated fatty acid whose carbon chain has its first double valence bond three carbons from the beginning
omega-6 fatty acid
a polyunsaturated fatty acid whose carbon chain has its first double valence bond six carbons from the beginning
polyunsaturated fatty acid
an unsaturated fatty acid whose carbon chain has more than one double or triple valence bond per molecule; found chiefly in fish and corn and soybean oil and safflower oil
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid whose carbon chain cannot absorb any more hydrogen atoms; found chiefly in animal fats
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid containing no carbon-carbon double bonds
saturated fatty acid
usually solid at room temperature; higher proportions found in foods from animal sources; tend to raise blood cholesterol levels
saturated fatty acid
a fatty acid carrying the maximum possible number of hydrogen atoms (It doesn't have any double bounds) Unsaturated fatty acid: a fatty acid with one or more double bounds
saturated fatty acid
A long-chain carboxylic acid that contains no C==C double bonds See unsaturated fatty acid
trans fatty acid
An unsaturated fatty acid produced by the partial hydrogenation of vegetable oils and present in hardened vegetable oils, most margarines, commercial baked foods, and many fried foods. An excess of these fats in the diet is thought to raise the cholesterol level in the bloodstream
trans fatty acid
a fatty acid that has been been produced by hydrogenating an unsaturated fatty acid (and so changing its shape); found in processed foods such as margarine and fried foods and puddings and commercially baked goods and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils
trans fatty acid
{i} unhealthy unsaturated fatty acid formed through the chemical process of hydrogenation of oils, fatty acid produced by hydrogenation of an unsaturated fatty acid (found in margarine, fried foods etc. and raise cholesterol levels)
unsaturated fatty acid
a fatty acid whose carbon chain can absorb additional hydrogen atoms
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Fatty Liver
(Tıp) Karaciğer hücrelerinde yağ çoğalması.Genellikle Alkolizm'in sonucudur.Diğer sebepleri arasında Obezite(Şişmanlık)Şeker Hastalığı ve Gebelik yer alır.Keaza steatosis (Steatoz) ve Şişmanlık dejenerasyonu da denilir
fatty bears yüklemesi
(Bilgisayar) fatty bears installation
fatty
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