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Tahta kaşıklar çok uzun süre lavaboda bırakılırsa küflenmeye başlar. - Wooden spoons start to mildew if they're left in the sink too long.

Eva, Romer'in ofisine çıkan merdivenlere tırmandı, merdiven boşluğundaki karmaşık kokuyu analiz etmeye çalıştı - mantar ve kurum, eski birikmiş toz ve küf arasında bir karışım olduğuna karar verdi. - Eva climbed the stairs to Romer's office, trying to analyse the complex smell in the stairwell - a cross between mushrooms and soot, ancient stour and mildew, she decided.

bitkiler üzerinde yetişen çok zararlı küf
{f} küflen

Tahta kaşıklar çok uzun süre lavaboda bırakılırsa küflenmeye başlar. - Wooden spoons start to mildew if they're left in the sink too long.

Bitki yüzeyi üzerinde mantarların gelişmesi sonucu oluşan, paşa benzer tabaka
{i} mildiyu
(fiil) küflenmek, küflendirmek
{f} küflendirmek; küflenmek
(isim) küf
küf bağlamak
küf,v.küflen: n.küf
mildew proofing finish
(Tekstil) küflenmezlik bitim işlemi
mildew proofing finish
(Tekstil) küflenmezlik apresi
mildew resistant
(Tekstil) küflenmeye dayanıklı
vine mildew
blight, mildew
yanıklığı, küf
downy mildew
tüylü küf
onion mildew
soğan küf
powdery mildew
{s} küflü
(sıfat) küflü
vine mildew
üzüm küfü
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A growth of minute powdery or webby fungi, whitish or of different colors, found on various diseased or decaying substances
To taint with mildew

He . . . mildews the white wheat. --Shak.

To become tainted with mildew
{n} a disease in plants, silk, cloth and paper
a fungus that produces a superficial (usually white) growth on organic matter
disease of the vine-leaves due to a fungus
in popular use, a visible growth of a mould on a plant surface or other substrate, though in the case of food products the term mould is commonly used in professional colloquial use by plant pathologists, mildew is usually synonymous with powdery mildew, a growth on a plant surface by a member of the Erysiphales; a disease so signalized, or a powdery mildew fungus Downy mildew, refers to infection by a member of the Peronosporaceae; a disease so signalized,or a downy mildew fungus Dark mildews, is caused by one of the Meliolaceae
a superficial covering of organic surfaces with fungi under damp conditions
A spore-forming fungi which appears in fabrics in various colors, the most common of which is black Its growth is formed by a warm, moist but not too wet, confined atmosphere
Mildew is a soft white fungus that grows in damp places. The room smelled of mildew. a white or grey substance that grows on walls or other surfaces in wet, slightly warm conditions. Conspicuous mass of threadlike hyphae (see mycelium) and fruiting structures produced by various fungi (division Mycota; see fungus). Mildew grows on cloth, fibres, leather goods, and plants, using these substances as food for growth and reproduction. Downy mildew and powdery mildew are plant diseases that affect hundreds of species
the process of becoming mildewed
A superficial growth of living organic matter produced by fungi in the presence of moisture; results in discoloration and decomposition of the surface
Small parasitic fungi forming a loose growth of filaments on the host plant
A plant disease caused by a fungus Usually it results in a coating over the plant
A fungus that grows in dark, moist enviroments It appears in different colors such as black, gray, yellow, green or purple
become moldy; spoil due to humidity; "The furniture molded in the old house"
generic term used to describe the formation of fungi on surfaces
a common name for mold or fungi; often used in reference to fungal growth on bathroom tiles and fixtures
a superficial coating or discoloring of an organic material due to fungal growth
A superficial coating or discoloration of organic materials caused by fungi, especially under damp conditions
A black, gray or brown fungus that can grow on the surface of a paint or caulk It forms most often on areas that tend to be damp and receive little or no sunlight
a fungus that produces a superficial (usually white) growth on organic matter the process of becoming mildewed
A discoloring of organic materials such as paint, paper and cloth caused by fungi Grows in dark and moist environments, bath, showers and basements
{i} soft green or black area (often fuzzy) caused by a fungus that sometimes grows on things if there is excessive moisture; fungal growth on plants
Grapevine disease Can be devastating but is usually controlled by dusting the vines with sulfur or spraying with organic fungicides
a superficial coating or discoloring of an organic material due to fungal growth, especially under damp conditions
Mildew is evidenced by the presence of mold or fungus growth Two types are common: (1) Spore type which resembles caviar in appearance (2) Mycelium or filament type A microscope is necessary to distinguish the spore type from dirt collection When it has reached an advanced stage, the mycelium type is often recognizable with the naked eye, but a microscope is recommended for any examination of the mildew Test results show the effect of mildew is primarily one of appearance and not one of physical properties
{f} cover with mildew; affect with mildew; become mouldy from excessive exposure to moisture
mildew remover
substance used to remove mold
Of, pertaining to, or affected with mildew
downy mildew
grapes and potatoes and melons
downy mildew
any of various fungi of the family Peronosporaceae parasitic on e
downy mildew
any of various fungi of the family Peronosporaceae parasitic on e g grapes and potatoes and melons
downy mildew
A disease of plants caused by fungi of the order Peronosporales and characterized by gray, velvety patches of spores on the lower surfaces of leaves
past of mildew
{s} mouldy; covered with mildew; affected by mildew
Something that is mildewed has mildew growing on it
{s} becoming filled with mildew, becoming moldy
present participle of mildew
third-person singular of mildew
{s} mouldy, covered in mildew (fungal growth due to exposure to excessive moisture)
onion mildew
fungus causing a downy mildew on onions
powdery mildew
Fungal disease of grape wines which, unlike most fungal diseases, thrives in dry climates Also called oidium, it occurs in most of the wine regions of the world It can be controlled by timely application of sulfur dust directly onto the vine leaves and immature fruit New fungicides have been introduced in recent years which greatly improve a vine's recovery from severe attacks
powdery mildew
any of various fungi of the genus Erysiphe producing powdery conidia on the host surface
powdery mildew
One of several fungi that can cause severe damage to grape crops; also called oidium
powdery mildew
is a fungus that appears as a white fuzzy coating on the upper leaves Plants susceptible: beebalm, calendula, coriander, germander, lemon balm, tarragon, and yarrow Foliage will eventually wilt, brown, and drop If detected early, it can be eliminated by spraying with a solution of 1tsp baking soda to 1 quart water See Remedies for Plants for more solutions
tobacco mildew
fungus causing a downy mildew on growing tobacco

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    /ˈməlˌdo͞o/ /ˈmɪlˌduː/


    [ 'mil-"dü, -"dyü ] (noun.) 14th century. Old English meledēaw 'honeydew', from Proto-Germanic *mili + *dawwan (cf. West Frisian moaldau, Dutch meeldauw, German Mehltau), compound of *meliþ 'honey' and *dawwō 'dew'. More at dew.


    mildews, mildewing, mildewed

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