ivy

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sarmaşık

Evin yan tarafı sarmaşıkla kaplıydı. - The side of the house was covered with ivy.

Duvarlar sarmaşık tarafından gizlenmiştir. - The walls are hidden by ivy.

ağaçsarmaşığı
duvarsarmaşığı
(isim) sarmaşık
i., bot. duvarsarmaşığı, ağaçsarmaşığı, sarmaşık, hedera
hedera
duvar sarmaşığı
common ivy
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarmaşık
common ivy
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) duvar sarmaşığı
english ivy
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) duvar sarmaşığı
english ivy
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarmaşık
poison ivy
bir tür zehirli sumak
american ivy
amerikan sarmaşığı
ground ivy
yersarmaşığı
ground ivy
yer sarmaşığı
poison ivy
(Tıp) sumak
ivied
{s} sarmaşık kaplı
ivied
sarmaşıklı
poison ivy
bot. bir tür zehirli sumak
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Any of several woody, climbing, or trailing evergreen plants of the genus Hedera
Any of several woody, climbing or trailing evergreen plants of the genus Hedera
Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits
Ivy is an evergreen plant that grows up walls or along the ground. Any of about five species of evergreen woody vines (rarely shrubs) that make up the genus Hedera in the ginseng family, commonly grown as ground covers and on stone walls, especially English ivy (H. helix), which climbs by aerial roots with adhering disks that develop on the stems. The tough, dark-green leaves of English ivy have three to five lobes and tend to droop horizontally from the stem. Unrelated plants called ivies include Boston ivy (Parthenocissus, or Ampelopsis, tricuspidata), a clinging woody vine in the grape family whose leaves turn bright scarlet in autumn, and poison ivy. Compton Burnett Dame Ivy Ivy League Lee Ivy Ledbetter poison ivy
A mild irritant botanical believed to stimulate blood circulation to the areas on which it is applied and known for its toning and tightening properties Back To Top
helix, common in Europe
Pollen from Mesolithic sites suggest that ivy may have been fed to red deer
The stem clings to walls and trees by rootlike fibers
A mild irritant botanical that has toning and tightening properties It is believed to stimulate blood circulation to the areas on which it is applied
{i} climbing vine having smooth evergreen leaves and dark berries
A plant of the genus Hedera H
Friendship; marriage
Its leaves are evergreen, dark, smooth, shining, and mostly five- pointed; the flowers yellowish and small; the berries black or yellow
A female given name; popular in the UK in the beginning of the 20th century

Kind people apply all the milder words to your face; only Father ever called it ugly. Ugly Ivy mingy as her name. Father himself was handsome and drunken. Mother had wanted 'Ivy' simple and yet pretty and for once stuck to her guns. You wished she hadn't.

popular in Britain in the beginning of the twentieth century
root climber
lovestone
ivy-leaf
The leaf of the ivy
ivy-leaved
Used in the names of various plants the leaves of which resemble those of the ivy
ivy geranium
a commonly cultivated trailing South American plant with peltate leaves and rosy flowers
ivy league
While its eight members (Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale) are highly selective colleges for admission, the designation "Ivy League" only refers to their membership in a common athletic conference
ivy league
The athletic conference that boasts academic powerhouses Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale Acceptance to an Ivy League school is considered the brass ring of the application process, although many argue that an equal–if not better–education can be achieved at many other non-Ivy League schools
ivy league
a league of universities and colleges in the northeastern United States that have a reputation for scholastic achievement and social prestige
ivy leaguer
a student or graduate at an Ivy League school
ground-ivy
Glechoma hederacea, an aromatic, perennial, evergreen creeper of the mint family Lamiaceae
lower ivy
any of the Ivy League universities, such as Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, Cornell, and the University of Pennsylvania that are generally seen as less prestigious than Harvard, Yale, and Princeton
poison ivy
A woody vine plant in the family Anacardiaceae well-known for its ability to produce urushiol, a skin irritant that causes an itching rash for most people
poison-ivy
A woody vine plant in the family Anacardiaceae well-known for its ability to produce urushiol, a skin irritant that causes an itching rash for most people
sulphur of ivy
Corruption of sulphur vivum
ıvy
{n} the name of a common winding plant
Boston ivy
A high-climbing woody vine (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) native to eastern Asia and having three-lobed deciduous leaves. It frequently covers the outer walls of buildings and has attractive fall coloration. Also called Japanese ivy
Kenilworth ivy
A European creeping herb (Cymbalaria muralis) with palmately lobed leaves and solitary, pale purple flowers
boston ivy
Asiatic vine with three-lobed leaves and purple berries
english ivy
Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits
german ivy
South African succulent evergreen twining climber with yellow flowers grown primarily as a houseplant for its foliage; sometimes placed in genus Senecio
ground ivy
A creeping or trailing European aromatic plant (Glechoma hederacea), widely naturalized in North America and having rounded scalloped leaves and small purplish flowers
ground ivy
trailing European aromatic plant of the mint family having rounded leaves and small purplish flowers often grown in hanging baskets; naturalized in North America; sometimes placed in genus Nepeta
ivied
{s} covered with ivy
ivied
overgrown with ivy; "Harvard's ivied buildings
ivied
overgrown with ivy; "Harvard's ivied buildings"
ivied
Overgrown with ivy
poison ivy
The 3-6-10 split
poison ivy
The 3-6-10
poison ivy
climbing plant common in eastern and central United States with ternate leaves and greenish flowers followed by white berries; yields an irritating oil that causes a rash on contact dermatitis resulting from contact with the poison ivy plant; "my poison ivy is drying up
poison ivy
Poison ivy is a wild plant that grows in North America and that causes a rash or skin problems if you touch it. a North American plant that has an oily substance on its leaves that makes your skin hurt and itch if you touch it. Either of two North American species of white-fruited woody vines or shrubs of the sumac, or cashew, family. The species found in eastern North America (Toxicodendron radicans) is abundant; a western species, known as poison oak, is less common. Both species are sometimes classified as genus Rhus. A key identifier is leaves with three mitten-shaped leaflets. Contact with urushiol, an oil produced by the plant, can cause severe inflammation and blistering of human skin. Urushiol may be carried from the plant on clothing, shoes, tools, or soil; by animals; or by smoke from burning plants. Because urushiol is nonvolatile, a reaction may result from wearing clothing a year or more after its contact with the plant
poison ivy
climbing plant found in North America (contains an irritating oil which often results in a rash when touched)
poison ivy
dermatitis resulting from contact with the poison ivy plant; "my poison ivy is drying up"
ivy

    Расстановка переносов

    I·vy

    Турецкое произношение

    ayvi

    Произношение

    /ˈīvē/ /ˈaɪviː/

    Этимология

    [ I-vE ] (noun.) before 12th century. From ivy, the name of a plant.

    Общие Словосочетания

    ivy league

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    contango
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