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A pothole
A kettledrum
A kettle hole
The quantity held by a kettle
A steam locomotive
A group of airborne hawks riding a thermal
A vessel for boiling water for tea; a teakettle

Stick the kettle on and we'll have a nice cup of tea.

To contain demonstrators in a confined area

to contain demonstrators for hours in a confined spot. This tactic, known as kettling, is seen by some as an attempt to prevent people lawfully demonstrating.

A vessel for boiling a liquid or cooking food, usually metal and equipped with a lid

There's a hot kettle of soup on the stove.

{n} a kitchen-vessel to boil things in
A metallic vessel, with a wide mouth, often without a cover, used for heating and boiling water or other liguids
A cooking pot used to steam fish
A large vessel, similar in shape to a mash tun, usually made of copper or stainless steel in which the wort is heated Also called a "brew kettle "
Depression caused by collapse of sediment due to the melting of buried blocks of ice
a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it
(99/12/28) (pretty,fine,nice)kettle of fish : (1)This is a fine kettle of fish you have gotten us into (2)That's another kettle fo fish Pot call the kettle black : When the accounts manager accused the marketing manager said the pot was calling the kettle black (reference : 99 nikkei)
{i} teakettle, teapot; pot in which food or liquids are heated
One of the first items that buyers are advised to pack separately for easy retrieval in the new property
a metal pot for stewing or boiling; usually has a lid
A kettle is a metal pot for boiling or cooking things in. Put the meat into a small kettle
a metal pot for stewing or boiling; usually has a lid a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it the quantity a kettle will hold
The collective noun for a group of airborne hawks
The boiling vessel, also known as a copper
A depression formed in drift or till (commonly found in moraines) as a result of large blocks of ice trapped in the drift melting after the glacier has retreated, allowing the overlying drift to settle and form a depression
A surface depression, formed by large, detached blocks of melting ice that were buried with sand and gravel As the ice melted, the other material collapsed, leaving a crater-like depression Some kettles are more than 100 feet deep Kettles can be found in many areas along the Trail
A vessel for boiling water
A kettle is a covered container that you use for boiling water. It has a handle, and a spout for the water to come out of. I'll put the kettle on and make us some tea. A kettle of water is the amount of water contained in a kettle. Pour a kettle of boiling water over the onions
usually a small lake formed from buried ice blocks
A vessel for boiling any liquid
A closed depression made in drift by a mass of underlying ice melting
A shallow basin or bowl shaped depression formed when a large block of ice is buried in outwash or diamicton during ablation Upon melting and dewatering of the sediment, the hole left by the block may become a kettle-lake or a kettle-depression
the quantity a kettle will hold
A steep-sided hollow without surface drainage, usually created by the melting of a block of ice buried in glacial drift
The use of such a vessel for boiling tea
Invaluable piece of equipment when its all going wrong Use to make tea or coffee to accompany quantities of chocolate
A small hollow, or depression formed in glacial deposits when outwash deposited around a residual block of ice that later melted
If you say that something is a different kettle of fish, you mean that it is very different from another related thing that you are talking about. Playing for the reserve team is a totally different kettle of fish
(geology) a hollow (typically filled by a lake) that results from the melting of a mass of ice trapped in glacial deposits
kettle corn
sweet-and-salty variety of popcorn that adds granulated sugar, salt, and oil
kettle drums
plural form of kettle drum
kettle fur collector
A small, coiled, stainless steel wire placed in a kettle to attract limescale that would otherwise build up on the heating element
kettle fur collectors
plural form of kettle fur collector
kettle hole
A depression in the ground occurring as the result of a large block of ice getting buried by glacial outwash and subsequent melting of it
kettle holes
plural form of kettle hole
kettle lake
A lake formed in a kettle hole
kettle lakes
plural form of kettle lake
kettle of fish
An awkward situation; a predicament

That's a fine kettle of fish, he exclaimed, then turned to his dinner companion. Fine kettle of fish. I'm so hungry even that sounds good, and from the looks of this menu that's probably what I'll get..

kettle of fish
A situation which is recognized as different from or as an alternative to some other situation, and which is not necessarily unfavorable

That is another kettle of fish entirely.

kettle drum
{i} large percussion instrument having a hemispherical shape
kettle hole
(geology) a hollow (typically filled by a lake) that results from the melting of a mass of ice trapped in glacial deposits
a watched kettle never boils
Alternative form of a watched pot never boils
fish kettle
A type of large pan used to steam fish
giant kettle
A pothole of very large dimensions, as found in glaciers in Norway (pit formed in the bed of a turbulent stream)
lunch kettle
A lunchbox. Primarily used in eastern Pennsylvania, USA
pot calling the kettle black
A situation in which somebody comments on or accuses someone else of a fault which the accuser shares

I think it's a case of the pot calling the kettle black when she says he is obsessive.

potash kettle
A thick-walled iron pot used in the small-scale manufacture of potash
storm in a tea-kettle
A big fuss made in a small context

So, I feel sure, and Mr. Willoughby also, that what we have now is a “storm in a tea-kettle”, so he called it today on the telephone to me, and he is the specialist, the famous nephrologist, who knows intimately Mr. Hartman’s case.

be a different kettle of fish
(deyim) If you say that something or someone is a different kettle of fish, you mean that they are completely different from something or someone else that has been talked about

1. Andy was never very interested in school, but Anna, now she was a completely different kettle of fish. 2. I'd driven an automatic for years but learning to handle a car with gears was another kettle of fish altogether.

be another kettle of fish
(deyim) If you say that something or someone is a different kettle of fish, you mean that they are completely different from something or someone else that has been talked about

1. Andy was never very interested in school, but Anna, now she was a completely different kettle of fish. 2. I'd driven an automatic for years but learning to handle a car with gears was another kettle of fish altogether.

a fine kettle of fish
embarrassing situation; annoyingly awkward situation
electric kettle
electric pot, electric pitcher
fish kettle
{i} long pan for cooking fish
fish kettle
a long deep dish used for cooking whole fish
kettles
plural of kettle
nice kettle of fish
mess, dilemma, predicament, fix, "a pickle
pretty kettle of fish
a mess, a dilemma, a predicament, a fix, "a pickle
put the kettle on
boil water in order to make coffee or another hot beverage
tea kettle
{i} teakettle, covered pot with a handle and spout that is used to boil water
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Определение kettle в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

ne âlâ memleket! What a fine kettle of fish!/What a wonderful state of affairs!
(said sarcastically)
kettle

    Расстановка переносов

    ket·tle

    Турецкое произношение

    ketıl

    Синонимы

    boiler, cauldron, pot, steamer, teakettle, vat, vessel

    Произношение

    /ˈketəl/ /ˈkɛtəl/

    Этимология

    [ 'ke-t&l ] (noun.) 13th century. Either from (Can we verify this etymology?) Old English (Northumbrian) cetel, or from ODS: "eng. kettle laant fra nord.", English kettle borrowed from Norse Old Norse ketill, from West Germanic *katil, from Latin catillus, diminutive of cantīnus. Cognate with Gothic

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