green

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yeşil

Tony yeşil alanlar ve küçük, sessiz köyler gördü. - Tony saw green fields and small, quiet villages.

Elmalar kırmızı veya yeşildir. - Apples are red or green.

{i} yeşil alan

Tony yeşil alanlar ve küçük, sessiz köyler gördü. - Tony saw green fields and small, quiet villages.

Oynayacak hiç yeşil alan yok. - There are no green spaces to play in.

{i} yeşillik

Ağaçlar ve yeşillikler tarafından çevrili apartmanlarda daha az suç var. - There is less crime in apartment buildings surrounded by trees and greenery.

çayır
yeşil yapraklı sebzeler
yelve
çimen

Inek, uzun, yeşil çimenlerin arasında çok yavaş hareket ediyordu. - The cows were moving very slowly through the long green grass.

Komşunun çimenliği daha yeşil. - The neighbor's lawn is greener.

dünkü
yeşiller partisi üyesi
tecrübesiz
olmamış
(Havacılık) sinterlenmemiş
ağzı süt kokmak
(Havacılık) ısıl işlem görmemiş
henüz olgunlaşmamış
saf

Hint bayrağına üç renkli bayrak denir, çünkü safran, beyaz ve yeşil, üç renkli çizgileri var. - The Indian flag is called the tricolour because it has stripes of three colours – saffron, white and green.

toy

Tom, mahkemede kendini savunma konusunda daha çok toydu. - Tom was green behind the ears when it came to defending himself in court.

keriz
ç.yeşil yapraklı sebzeler
(meyve) ham
solgun

O son zamanlarda biraz solgun görünüyor. - She's been looking a little green lately.

Sen biraz solgun görünüyorsun. - You look a little green around the gills.

benzi sararmış
deneyimsiz
(Konuşma dili) Amerikan doları
Çevreci, çevreye zararı olmayan, çevre dostu

This brand has only green products.

{i} çimenlik
yeşermiş
{s} yeni
yeşile boyanmak
{i} para

Yeşil, paranın rengidir. - Green is the color of money.

{s} acemi
cahil
pişmemiş
pişkin olmayan
soluk
yeşillikle kaplanmış
{s} Yeşiller Partisine ait
{s} rengi atmış
rengi atmış yeşil renk
yeşillendirmek
{i} yeşil renk, yeşil
(Tıp) Yeşil boya

O, bütün duvarları yeşil boyadı. - He painted all the walls green.

{i} golf sahası
yeşile boyamak

Duvarı yeşile boyamak için kullanılmış fırçayı kullanmıştı ve sonradan onu temizlemedi. - He'd used the dirty brush to paint the wall green, and he did not clean it afterwards.

Tom'un evini yeşile boyamak istediği doğru mu? - Is it true that Tom wants to paint his house green?

{s} taze

Biz her gün taze yeşil salata yeriz. - We eat a fresh, green salad every day.

(Tıp) Kapanmamış (yara)
{i} gençlik
canlı

İsveç'in üçüncü büyük kenti olan Malmö'deki bir sera bahçesinde iki metre uzunluğundaki canlı bir timsah bulundu. - A two-meter-long live crocodile has been found in a garden greenhouse in Sweden's third largest city, Malmö.

{s} hasta görünen
{i} zindelik
yarışa girmemiş kurutulmamış
yeşermek
{s} k.dili. acemi, toy
{i} çimenlik. 3
{s} genç
tuzlanmamış
ham (meyve)
yeşilli
yeser
ham
greens
{i} yeşillik
green algae
(Askeri) yeşil alg
green algae
yeşil algler
green area
(Turizm) yeşil alan
green bean
yeşil fasulye

Tabakta biraz yeşil fasulye vardı. - There were some green beans on the plate.

Yeşil fasulyeyi çiğ yemek mümkündür. - It's possible to eat green beans raw.

green belt
(Çevre) yeşik kuşak
green cards
yeşil kart
green crab
(Gıda) çağanoz
green dome
yeşil kubbe
green finch
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yeşil ispinoz
green finch
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) florya
green paper
yeşil rapor
green party
yeşiller partisi
green peas
(Gıda) yeşil bezelye
green plum
(Gıda) can erik
green red
yeşil kırmızı
green space
yeşillik
green space
yeşil alan
green water
(Denizbilim) yeşil su
green algae
yeşil yosun
green amaranth
yeşil kadife çiçeği
green apple aphid
yeşil elma biti
green areas
yeşil alanlar
green bean
yeşil fasülye
green belt
yeşil alan
green belt
yeşil kuşak
green blind
yeşil körü
green blindness
yeşil körlüğü
green card
yeşil kart
green cheese
adaçayı peyniri
green cheese
lor
green corn
yeşil mısır
green eyed
yeşil gözlü
green finch
yelve
green frog
yeşil kurbağa
green gill
yeşil solungaç
green goods
yeşil eşya
green light
izin
green light
yeşil ışık

Yeşil ışık ... Kırmızı ışık! - Green light... Red light!

Yayalar sadece yeşil ışıkta geçmelidirler. - The pedestrians must cross only at the green light.

green lizard
yeşil kertenkele
green manure
yeşil gübre
green mayonnaise
yeşil mayonez
green monkey
yeşil maymun
green olive
yeşil zeytin
green onion
yeşil soğan
green pea
yeşil bezelye

Yeşil bezelyeden hoşlanmam. - I don't like green peas.

Tabakta bir parça piliç, bir patates ve biraz yeşil bezelye vardı. - On the plate was a piece of chicken, a potato and some green peas.

green pea
bezelye

Yeşil bezelyeden hoşlanmam. - I don't like green peas.

Tabakta bir parça piliç, bir patates ve biraz yeşil bezelye vardı. - On the plate was a piece of chicken, a potato and some green peas.

green pea soup
bezelye çorbası
green peafowl
yeşil tavus kuşu
green pepper
dolmalık biber
green pepper
yeşil biber

Yeşil biberleri severim. - I love green peppers.

Yeşil biberleri hiç sevmedim. - I never liked green peppers.

green plover
yeşil yağmurkuşu
green pound
sterlin
green ray
çok yumuşak x ışını
green river
yeşil nehir
green snake
yeşil yılan
green soybean
yeşil soya fasülyesi
green tipped coral
yeşil mercan
green turtle
yeşil kaplumbağa
green turtle soup
yeşil kaplumbağa çorbası
green vegetables
yeşillik
green vegetables
göğerti
green winged teal
nehir ördeği
green with envy
kıskançlıktan kudurmuş
green woodpecker
yeşil ağaçkakan
green-eyed
kıskanç
green-eyed
kem gözlü
green-eyed
yeşil gözlü
green-eyed monster
kıskançlık
green bean
ayşekadın
green beans
(Gıda) yeşil fasulye
Green Crescent Society
YEŞİLAY Cemiyeti
Green berets
(Askeri) Yeşil Bereliler: Bazı ülkelerde özel askeri birliklere verilen ad
green book
yeşil kitap
green cloth
çuha
green concrete
yeşil beton
green field
yeşil alan
green fingers
Allah vergisi bitki veya çiçek yetiştirme yeteneği
green fodder
yeşil yem
green horn
yeşil boynuz
green land
yeşil arazi
green lentil
Yeşil mercimek
green mamba
yeşil mamba
green marble
yeşil mermer
green marketing
yeşil pazarlama
green peace
yeşil barış
green sandpiper
yeşil çulluk
green sapphire
yeşil safir
green shoots
Düzelme, canlanma (özellikle ekonomide)

Green shoots is a term used colloquially to indicate signs of economic recovery during an economic downturn.

green silage
yeşil silaj
green sleeves
yeşil kollu
green squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Dolmalık kabak
green sward
yeşil çimen
green syrup
yeşil sürüp
green technology
çevre dostu yeşil teknoloji
green zone
yeşil kuşak
green-up
Yeşerme

Some grasses are not dependent on stored food reserves except at green-up.

green with envy
hasetten çatlayacak halde
green onion
(Gıda) taze soğan
green pepper
(Gıda) taze biber
green pepper
(Gıda) sivri biber
greening
yeşeren
greens
yeşiller

Yeşiller her şeye karşıdır. - The Greens are against everything.

greenness
yeşillik
greenness
çiğlik
greenness
toyluk
greenness
hamlık
greens
yeşil yapraklı sebzeler
green beans
(Gıda) taze fasülye
green beans
taze fasulye
greenish
yeşilimsi

Açık mavi yeşilimsi mavi renktir. - Cyan is a greenish blue color.

greenly
acemice
greens
yeşillikler
greeny
yeşilimsi
green bean
taze fasulye
green fingers
çiçek yetiştirme yeteneği
green light
k.dili. müsaade, izin, yeşil ışık
green light
(trafik lambasında) yeşil ışık
green pepper
yeşil biber (olgunlaşmamış biber)
green thumb
çiçek yetiştirme yeteneği
greenish
{s} yeşilimtırak
greenly
yeşil olarak
greenly
taze bir şekilde
greenness
tazelik
greenness
deneyimsizlik
greenness
yeşil olma
greenness
{i} acemilik
greens
yapraklı kısım
greens
yapraklar
greens
sebze
greens
göveri
greens
i., k.dili. (yaprakları çiğ/haşlanmış olarak yenilen) yeşil yapraklı sebzeler
greens
yeşil süs/yeşil sebze
greens
göverti
greeny
{s} yeşile benzer
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To make (something) green, to turn (something) green
One of the colour balls used in snooker with a value of 3 points
Of wine, high or too high in acidity
Describing a pitch which, even if there is no visible grass, still contains a significant amount of moisture
Money
The surface upon which bowls is played
A putting green, the part of a golf course near the hole
Having green as its color

The flag of Libya is completely green.

Of bacon or similar smallgoods, unprocessed, raw, unsmoked; not smoked or spiced.“unsmoked bacon used to be called green bacon, though the term is losing currency”
Inexperienced

John's kind of green, so take it easy on him this first week.

A member of a green party; an environmentalist
To become environmentally aware
marijuana
Unripe, said of certain fruits that change color when they ripen
The color the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 520–570-nm
To make (something) environmentally friendly
Sickly, unwell

Sally looks pretty green — is she going to be sick?.

Of freshly cut wood or lumber that has not been dried, containing moisture and therefore relatively more flexible or springy
naïve or unaware of obvious facts
The colour of growing foliage, as well as other plant cells containing chlorophyll; the colour between yellow and blue in the visible spectrum; one of the primary additive colour for transmitted light; the colour obtained by subtracting red and blue from white light using cyan and yellow filters

green colour:.

Environmentally friendly

Let's buy green copier paper for the office.

Overcome with envy

green with envy.

a public patch of land in the middle of a settlement
The color produced by mixing yellow and blue pigments
To add green spaces to (a town)
{v} to make or tinge with green
{n} a color, a grassy plain, leaves, branches
{a} unripe, young, new, fresh, not dry
Environmentally friendly (also eco-friendly, nature friendly, and green) are ambiguous terms used to refer to goods and services, laws, guidelines and policies claimed to inflict reduced, minimal, or no harm at all, upon ecosystems or the environment
Environmentally friendly (also eco-friendly, nature friendly, and green) are terms used to refer to goods and services, laws, guidelines and policies claimed to inflict minimal or no harm on the environment
A common English surname; either a topographic name for someone who lived near a village green, or was just fond of the colour
the property of being green; resembling the color of growing grass an area of closely cropped grass surrounding the hole on a golf course; "the ball rolled across the green and into the trap"
Sector The center of B5's diplomatic activities The diplomats' quarters (considered to be a part of the territory of the world of the ambassador) are situated there which is why the sector is a high-security area and off limits for others than diplomats, their attachés and guests, and authorized members of B5 staff
Tasting of un-ripe fruit Not a bad thing reallyespecially in a Riesling
Not seasoned; not dry; containing its natural juices; as, green wood, timber, etc
The high acid taste of wines made from unripe grapes
having positive environmental objectives
an area of closely cropped grass surrounding the hole on a golf course; "the ball rolled across the green and into the trap"
a river that rises in western Wyoming and flows southward through Utah to become a tributary of the Colorado River an environmentalist who belongs to the Green Party United States labor leader who was president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952 and who led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1873-1952) turn or become green; "The trees are greening"
Fresh leaves or branches of trees or other plants; wreaths; usually in the plural
not fully developed or mature; not ripe; "unripe fruit"; "fried green tomatoes"; "green wood"
Strictly applied refers to the taste of wines made with underripe fruit More loosely used it refers to some white wines, especially Riesling, possessing the greenish colour tint indicating youth; does not necessarily mean the sour and/or grassy taste of unripe fruit content as well
one of the three additive primary colors of light
The area of short grass surrounding the hole where the ball is hit using a putter
concerned with or supporting or in conformity with the political principles of the Green Party
Wood of a live tree, or a tree that has recently been felled, or wood that has lost very little moisture since the time it was felled
Having the color of grass when fresh and growing; resembling that color of the solar spectrum which is between the yellow and the blue; verdant; emerald
If you say that someone is green, you mean that they have had very little experience of life or a particular job. He was a young lad, very green, very immature
You can refer to the cooked leaves of vegetables such as spinach or cabbage as greens
Describes the taste of unripe fruit or early harvest grapes It is a positive aspect of good German wines
One of the three additive primary colors of light (Red, Green and Blue)
Any substance or pigment of a green color
United States labor leader who was president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952 and who led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1873-1952)
naive and easily deceived or tricked; "at that early age she had been gullible and in love"
unfermented, dried tea, more commonly found in China and Japan
Not ripe; immature; not fully grown or ripened; as, green fruit, corn, vegetables, etc
Can refer to either acidity in the wine, denoting its slightly raw taste, rather like the harsh acidity of underripe apples Green may also refer to the fruit itself, in both red and white wines This will dictate that the grapes were not quite ripe, and that the harvest may have been a difficult one
turn or become green; "The trees are greening"
to give someone the green light: see light. American labor leader who as president of the American Federation of Labor (1924-1952) led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations after the two unions split (1936). blue green algae Amadeus the Green Count Green Bank equation Green Bay Green Berets green manure Green Mountains green revolution Green River Green Hetty Green Julian Hartridge Julien Green Green William
The closely mown, carefully manicured target area in which the hole is cut
To make green
If you say that someone is green with envy, you mean that they are very envious indeed
Signifies the start of a race Also used to restart a race after a yellow/caution or red/stop flag The green flag is displayed when competitive racing is permitted on the race track
A place that is green is covered with grass, plants, and trees and not with houses or factories. Cairo has only thirteen square centimetres of green space for each inhabitant. + greenness green·ness the lush greenness of the river valleys
(also "putting green, putting surface, dance floor") the most closely mown and smooth (hopefully) area on the course, which is specifically prepared for putting and on which the hole is placed Example: Once you're on the green/putting green/putting surface/dance floor you may mark, lift, clean and replace your ball within the rules
If you say that someone or something is green, you mean they harm the environment as little as possible. trying to persuade governments to adopt greener policies + greenness green·ness A Swiss company offers to help environmental investors by sending teams round factories to ascertain their greenness
Having a sickly color; wan
street names for ketamine
Green issues and political movements relate to or are concerned with the protection of the environment. The power of the Green movement in Germany has made that country a leader in the drive to recycle more waste materials
Not roasted; half raw
Green Beret
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Green Berets
plural form of Green Beret
Green Goddess
a fire engine used by the army
Green Goddesses
plural form of Green Goddess
Green Party
The particular green party of a country
Green's theorem
A generalization of the fundamental theorem of calculus to the two-dimensional plane, which states that given two scalar fields P and Q and a simply connected region R, the area integral of derivatives of the fields equals the line integral of the fields, or

\iint_R \left( {\partial Q \over \partial x} - {\partial P \over \partial y}\right) dx \, dy = \oint_{\partial R} P\, dx + Q\, dy .

Green's theorem
Letting \vec G = (P, Q) be a vector field, and d\vec l = (dx, dy) this can be restated as

with the earlier formula resembling Stoke's theorem, and the latter resembling the divergence theorem.

green 'un
a newspaper supplement or edition concerning sport, especially football; printed on green newsprint
green about the gills
Ill or unwell, especially as indicated by one's appearance

That's the worst of these cheap champagnes..

green alder
A tree in the genus Alnus; Alnus viridis
green alga
Any of very many organisms, of the division Chlorophyta, that grow in damp places; a chlorophyte
green algae
plural form of green alga
green algae
The chlorophytes
green anole
An arboreal lizard, Anolis carolinensis, native to the southeastern United States
green around the gills
Alternative form of green about the gills
green at the gills
Alternative form of green about the gills
green bean
The immature pods of any kind of bean plant, eaten as a vegetable
green bean
The immature pods of numerous varieties of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris
green beans
plural form of green bean
green behind the ears
Alternative form of wet behind the ears
green belt
An area of agricultural land around an urban area that is protected from large-scale housing
green bottle flies
plural form of green bottle fly
green bottle fly
flies in the genera Lucilia and Phaenicia
green building
A building designed to be ecologically correct by using resources efficiently, using internal recycling, renewable energy sources, recyclable or biodegradable construction materials, and blending in with the local environment, particularly in out-of-town locations. The aims are to reduce to a minimum the environmental impact, and to take human health factors into consideration
green building
The design and construction of such buildings
green card
A US work permit, officially known as United States Permanent Resident Card
green cards
plural form of green card
green chain
An area where lumber is sorted and piled at a sawmill
green cormorant
the shag
green corridor
a thin strip of land that provides sufficient habitat to support wildlife, often within an urban environment, thus allowing the movement of wildlife along it. Common green corridors include railway embankments, river banks and roadside grass verges
green crab
The shore crab
green crabs
plural form of green crab
green diesel
diesel fuel that has been dyed green to indicate that it is only permitted to be used off-road due to lower road taxes
green diesel
environmentally friendly diesel fuel
green energies
plural form of green energy
green fallow
Fallow ground which is planted with a different crop, e.g. a pease field planted with turnips
green fingers
A seemingly natural gardening ability
green flash
A rare phenomenon observed in morning or evening when the sun is crossing or immediately below the horizon, in which a momentary flash or ray of green light appears above the upper rim of the solar disk, caused by refraction of light in the atmosphere

Frank T. Davies, physicist on board the City of New York, en route to the Antarctic regions with Byrd Antarctic Expedition, reports as follows on a green flash observed off Bermuda on the evening of August 29, 1928.

green flashes
plural form of green flash
green fluorescent protein
Any of a class of protein produced by bioluminescent jellyfish of the genus Aequorea, that is used in biological research to trace the biosynthesis and movement of proteins in living organisms
green fluorescent proteins
plural form of green fluorescent protein
green gold
An alloy of gold and silver, used in some jewellery; electrum
green gram
A bean from the seed of Vigna radiata, which is native to Bangladesh, India, one of many species recently moved from the genus Phaseolus to Vigna still often seen cited as Phaseolus aureus or Phaseolus radiatus
green hellebore
An extremely toxic herbaceous perennial plant of the genus Veratrum viride that is native to the western and eastern parts of the United States, but not the central part
green hellebores
plural form of green hellebore
green in the gills
Alternative form of green about the gills
green labelling
Any of various labelling systems intended to help customers make informed choices concerning the environmental consequences of the manufacture, use and disposal of a product
green lane
Any of several types of wide unsurfaced paths through the countryside, especially ancient ones once used for herding animals
green light
A traffic light in its green state (indicating that vehicles may proceed)

The drive home was much faster than usual; somehow we managed to hit every green light.

green light
approval, or permission to proceed

We have a green light on the project. Work starts today.

green lights
plural form of green light
green lights
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of green light
green line
A grammar error in a word processing application
green lung
An area of natural parkland within an urban region, supposed to replenish the air with oxygen

After the Games, the Park will remain protected, serving as a green lung for the surrounding boroughs and the Olympic Village residential area.

green lungs
plural form of green lung
green man
A character in British folklore often depicted as a foliate head
green manure
A crop that is ploughed into the soil to improve its fertility
green men
plural form of green man
green monkey
An Old World monkey of the genus Chlorocebus
green monkey disease
A viral disease of humans and primates originating in green monkeys, caused by the Marburg virus
green monkeys
plural form of green monkey
green mustard
wasabi, which is usually served with sushi
green olive
An olive picked before it has ripened; as opposed to a black olive which is picked after ripening
green olives
plural form of green olive
green onion
scallion
green onions
plural form of green onion
green paper
A tentative government report of a proposal without any commitment to action; the first step in changing the law. A discussion document
green paper
An official document sponsored by the Crown of propositions put before the nation for discussion
green party
a political party whose principal concern is the protection of the environment
green pepper
The green, unripe, form of the sweet bell pepper (unrelated to the spicy chili pepper). Popular in cooking, especially Italian cuisine. The unripe bell pepper is green and generally changes to other colors as it matures, cultivars exist for red, orange, yellow and other shades
green pepper
A green variety of dried peppercorn, made from the unripe berries by treating them in a manner that retains the green colour
green peppers
plural form of green pepper
green plover
the lapwing
green plovers
plural form of green plover
green pocket
The corner pocket on a snooker table that is nearest the green spot
green pockets
plural form of green pocket
green prawn
A raw prawn (not green in colour)
green room
In a television studio, theatre or concert hall, the room where performers await their entrance
green room
The inside of a tube (ie. of a wave making a tube)

1996: Never quite got covered up, but stood in the doorway to the green room with the lip feathering over my shoulders several times — Surfer Bob.

green rouge
chromic oxide
green sand
An aggregate of sand, bentonite clay, pulverized coal, and water, used in making moulds for metal casting
green screen
Chroma key, a technique for replacing the studio background of video. Also called blue screen depending on the color of the background
green screen
The display of an IBM 3270 or similar monochrome monitor
green sea turtle
A large sea turtle, the only species of the genus Chelonia
green sea turtles
plural form of green sea turtle
green slip
Certificate of third party personal liability insurance required for registration of a motor vehicle. (Reference: Motor Accidents Authority of New South Wales .)
green spot
The spot on a snooker table where the green ball is normally placed
green spots
plural form of green spot
green state
Somewhat whimsical term for environmentally friendly state. (In the modern United States) a state that is, or is perceived as, environmentally friendly

Indeed, the emergence of a debate about the nature of the green state has been one of the most significant contemporary developments in green political theory.

green tax
A fiscal policy in which a differential level of taxation is intended to promote ecologically sustainable activities via economic incentives
green tea
A beverage brewed from green tea leaves
green tea
Leaves of the tea plant which are treated with steam or roasted to denature the enzymes that cause the leaves to darken and change taste. (Without this step they would become oolong tea or black tea)
green teas
plural form of green tea
green thumb
A natural skill for gardening

Oh, I'll never have a green thumb, no matter how long I stay at it. Nothing ever seems to work for me. Everything I plant dies.

green thumb
A person with this skill

I should ask the green thumb next door what she recommends for my droopy daffodils.

green top
unpasteurised full cream milk, having a green top to the bottle
green turtle
The green sea turtle
green turtles
plural form of green turtle
green vitriol
Old name for iron(II) sulfate (FeSO4)
green water
A large quanity of water on a ship's deck as a result of massive waves during a large storm. Often damaging equipment and global ship response
green wave
A purposefully designed timing of a series of traffic lights to produce a green light for cars travelling at the correct speed as they arrive at the lights
green waves
plural form of green wave
green wax
An estreat from the Exchequer, delivered to a sheriff, sealed upon green wax
green with envy
Consumed by envy; envious to the point where it is noticeable to others
green woodpecker
A European bird, Picus viridis; the yaffle
green woodpeckers
plural form of green woodpecker
green-backed firecrown
A bird of South-America, that is capable of flying without moving forward
green-blind
Unable to see the colour green because of an inability of the retinae to respond to that light of that colour
green-collar
Of or pertaining to rural, agricultural employment; often contrasted with urban blue-collar employment

Qualification structure of the workforce (%)19801997 Blue-collar29.733.5 Green-collar21.210.0 White-collar25.031.7 Grey-collar24.024.8.

green-collar
Of or pertaining to employment in the environment or environmentalism industries

Studies for the UK suggest that the more than 100,000 existing 'green collar' workers in environmental occupations could be joined by many thousands more, both in the private sector and in the 'social economy' of community enterprises.

green-diesel
Attributive form of green diesel

green-diesel supplier.

green-eyed
jealous, envious
green-eyed
Of a person or animal, having green eyes
green-eyed monster
Envy, jealousy, covetousness

O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock The meat it feeds on;.

green-fingered
Having a seemingly natural gardening ability

Your basil is doing well, you must be green-fingered.

green-to-green
Describing the condition in which two sea-going ships travelling in opposite directions pass each other on their starboard sides, making their green navigation lights face each other
green-winged
Having green wings (used in the names of various types of bird)
green-woodpecker
Attributive form of green woodpecker, noun
Green Card
1. (in the UK) an international insurance document for motorists. 2. (in the US) a permit allowing a foreign national to live and work permanently in the US
green belt
a green belt marking a level of proficiency below that of a brown belt in judo, karate, or other martial arts
green belt
an area of open land around a city, on which building is restricted
green fingers
Natural ability in growing plants
green money
Money used for ecological purposes (green money (ecology)). It is broadly used in the context of green economists and political Greens
green money
Throughout the Middle East, Green money [2] refers to money from Islamic businesses, Islamic banks, and the religious sector
green money
The European Union did at one time (and may still now) have green money for agricultural accounting
green power
Green power is a term describing what is thought to be environmentally friendly sources of power and energy. Typically, this refers to renewable and non-polluting energy sources
Greens
a green party
greener
Comparative of green
greening
Becoming green in colour
greening
The action of the verb to green
greening
A type of pear
greening
Present participle of green
greens
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of green
greens
plural form of green
greens
The leaves of certain edible green plants, especially of brassicas, eaten as a vegetable
greeny
greenish; like green, combined with green

And my eyes are weird green grey. More greeny blue in daylight. —.

greeny
nasal mucus, a bogey
greeny
a member of a Green party, a green
greenish
{a} inclining to greenness, rather green
greenly
{a} with a greenish color, wanly
greenness
{n} a green color, unripeness, newness
green bean
immature bean pod eaten as a vegetable a common bean plant cultivated for its slender green edible pods
green bean
immature bean pod eaten as a vegetable
green bean
a common bean plant cultivated for its slender green edible pods
green bean
string bean
green bean
Green beans are long narrow beans that are eaten as a vegetable
green beans
type of green vegetable in the shape of pods
green belt
A green belt is an area of land with fields or parks around a town or city, where people are not allowed to build houses or factories by law. an area of land around a city where building is not allowed, in order to protect fields and woods
green belt
(Ticaret) In the six sigma quality improvement methodology, a person who helps lead a team but is assigned on a project or part-time basis, as opposed to black belts who have fulltime responsibility
green fingers
(British) green thumb, ability to grow plants successfully
green
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