palm

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{i} palmiye

Bir palmiye ağacına tırmanıyorum. - I am climbing a palm tree.

Çoğu palmiye ağacı ne kadar uzar? - How tall do most palm trees grow?

{i} avuç içi

Tom avuç içini okuttu. - Tom had his palm read.

avuç

Tom'un avuçları terliydi. - Tom's palms were sweaty.

Tom birlikte avuçlarını ovuşturdu. - Tom rubbed his palms together.

{i} hurma ağacı
(Anatomi) el ayası
(Askeri) tırnak
(Askeri) hürriyet madalyası
aya
{f} avcuyla dokunmak
sokuşturmak
(Tıp) Avuç içi, aya, palma
{f} avcunda saklamak
palm avuç içinde sakla
zafer kazanmak
avuç ile dokunmak veya okşamak
(Askeri) HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: Bak. "medal of freedam"
{i} hurma dalı
{i} zafer simgesi
kazıklamak
{f} avuç içinde saklamak
(Tıp) palm
avu
palm line
Avuçiçindeki çizgi
palm of the hand
avuç
palm off
kakalamak
palm off
(deyim) kazıklamak
palm off
yamamak
palm off on
yamamak
palm oil
(Tarım) palmiye yağı

Palmiye yağı yağmur ormanlarını yok ediyor. - Palm oil is destroying the rainforest.

Palmiye yağı üretimi Endonezya'da ormansızlaşmanın önde gelen nedenidir. - Palm oil production is the leading cause of deforestation in Indonesia.

palm reading
el falı
palm cat
misk kedisi
palm civet
misk kedisi
palm grease
rüşvet
palm off
hileyle kabul ettir
palm oil
hurma yağı
palm shaped
palmiye şeklinde
palm sugar
hurma şekeri
palm tree
hurma ağacı
palm beach
Güneydoğu Florida eyaletinde Atlantik okyanusuna kıyısı olan bir tatil şehri
palm branch
hurma dalı
palm kernel
palm çekirdeği
palm kernel oil
palm çekirdeği yağı
palm leaf book
palmiye yaprağı kitap
palm off
Yutturmak, aldatarak vermek ya da satmak. "İ think that the man palmed off a television set that doesn't work."
palm off st. upon so.
st yutturmak. üzerine çok
palm reader
palm okuyucu
palm spring
palm bahar
palm tree
palmiye ağacı

Bir palmiye ağacının dibinde palmiye fidesi yetişir. - At the foot of the palm tree there grows a palm seedling.

Bir palmiye ağacına tırmanıyorum. - I am climbing a palm tree.

palm trees
palmiye ağaçları
palm wine
hurma şarabı
palm-down
avuç içi aşağıya dönük
Palm Sunday
paskalyadan önceki pazar günü
palm branch
zafer simgesi olan hurma dalı
palm heart
(Çevre) palmiye ağacının özü
palm kernel oil
(Gıda) hurma çekirdeği yağı
palm off
yutturmak
palm oil
{i} rüşvet
palm s.t. off on s.o
birine bir şeyi hile ile kabul ettirmek
palm sized
avuç içi büyüklüğünde
palm smth. off on smb
değersiz bir şeyi yutturmak
palm something off
okutmak
palm sync flags
(Bilgisayar) palm sync bayrakları
palm tree
palmiye

Bir palmiye ağacına tırmanıyorum. - I am climbing a palm tree.

Tom arka bahçesine bir palmiye dikiyor. - Tom is planting a palm tree in his backyard.

betel nut palm
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tambul
golden palm
altın palmiye
grease one's palm
rüşvet vermek
grease smb's palm
rüşvet vermek
grease somebody's palm
rüşvet vermek
palm oil
(Gıda,Çevre) palm yağı
coco palm
hindistan cevizi ağacı
cross someone's palm
bahşiş vermek
date palm
hurma ağacı
grease sb's palm
rüşvet vermek
wax palm
hurma ağacı
Acai palm
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Küçük, yuvarlak, mor meyveleri olan Güney Amerika kökenli bir meyve, Açai Çileği
acai palm
açai palmiye
bamboo palm
bambu palm
face palm
yüz palmiye
grease s.o.´s palm
k. dili birine rüşvet vermek
grease so.'s palm
gres öyle. 'palm s
ivory palm
fildişi palm
lick your palm
(deyim) Avucunu yala!

I know, you have enough money, lick your palm! I won't give you more, my little sibling.

like the palm of one's hand
(deyim) Avucunun içi gibi
oil palm
palmiye yağı
sago palm
Sago palmiyesi
small palm tree
küçük hurma ağacı
bear the palm
zafer kazanmak
bronze palm
(Askeri) BRONZ HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: Bak. "Medal of Freedom"
coconut palm
hindistan cevizi ağacı
coconut palm
hindistancevizi
coconut palm
hindistancevizi ağacı
gold palm
(Askeri) altın hürriyet madalyası
gold palm
(Askeri) ALTIN HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: Bak. "Medal of Freedom"
golden palm award
(Sinema) altın palmiye ödülü
grease s.o.'s palm
birine rüşvet vermek
grease smb.'s palm
rüşvet vermek
grease smb.'s palm
para yedirmek
grease someone's palm
(deyim) para yedirmek
grease someone's palm
parmağını oynatmak
grease the palm
rüşvet vermek
grease the palm
para yedirmek
have an itching palm
para hırsı olmak
have an itching palm
paraya tapmak
itching palm
paraya düşkünlük
itching palm
para hırsı
medal of freedom without palm
(Askeri) DEFNESİZ HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: Bak. "Medal of freedom"
oil one's palm
rüşvet vermek
oil s.o.'s hand/palm
birine rüşvet vermek
oil smb.'s palm
rüşvet vermek
sago palm
bot. sikas, sago palmiyesi
silver palm
(Askeri) GÜMÜŞ HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: Bak. "Medal of Freedom"
silver palm
(Askeri) gümüş hürriyet madalyası
win the palm
zafer kazanmak
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
çeşitli palmiye ağaçlarından elde edilen bir tür yağ
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The inner and somewhat concave part of the human hand that extends from the wrist to the bases of the fingers

The open palm of desire wants everything.

To hold or conceal something in the palm of the hand, e.g, for an act of sleight of hand or to steal something
A handheld computing device used to store personal data such as calendars and phone numbers
The corresponding part of the forefoot of a lower mammal
Any of various evergreen trees from the family Palmae or Arecaceae, which are mainly found in the tropics
To hold something without bending the fingers significantly
To move something with the palm of the hand
{v} to cheat, impose on, conceal, handle
{n} a tree, victory, part of the hand, 3 inches
The flat inner face of an anchor fluke
A tool worn on the hand with a thimble shaped structure on it and used when sewing sails
The broad flattened part of an antler, as of a full-grown fallow deer; so called as resembling the palm of the hand with its protruding fingers
{f} hide in one's hand; steal, pilfer, filch; bribe, offer money in exchange for a service (Slang)
Technically used to describe a hand-held personal organizer (or personal digital assistant) made by 3Com However, the term is often loosely used now to refer to other brands of hand-held PCs Back to Top
the inner surface of the hand from the wrist to the base of the fingers
To "grease the palm"
To hide something in your hand in such a way that your hand looks empty
n A species of tree having several varieties, of which the familiar "itching palm" (Palma hominis) is most widely distributed and sedulously cultivated This noble vegetable exudes a kind of invisible gum, which may be detected by applying to the bark a piece of gold or silver The metal will adhere with remarkable tenacity The fruit of the itching palm is so bitter and unsatisfying that a considerable percentage of it is sometimes given away in what are known as "benefactions "
touch, lift, or hold with the hands; "Don't handle the merchandise"
{i} inner surface of the hand; type of tree that grows in tropical areas
To handle
An itching palm A hand ready to receive bribes The old superstition is that if your palm itches you are going to receive money “Let me tell you, Cassius, you yourself Are much condemned to have an itching palm ” Shakespeare: Julius Caesar, iv 3 To bear the palm To be the best The allusion is to the Roman custom of giving the victorious gladiator a branch of the palm-tree
to move something laterally by static friction against the palm of the hand
A palm or a palm tree is a tree that grows in hot countries. It has long leaves growing at the top, and no branches
The palm of your hand is the inside part. Dornberg slapped the table with the palm of his hand He wiped his sweaty palm
To manipulate with, or conceal in, the palm of the hand; to juggle
To "grease the palm" of; to bribe or tip
an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event
the inner surface of the hand from the wrist to the base of the fingers any plant of the family Palmae having an unbranched trunk crowned by large pinnate or palmate leaves a linear unit based on the length or width of the human hand
Any endogenous tree of the order Palmæ or Palmaceæ; a palm tree
A lineal measure equal either to the breadth of the hand or to its length from the wrist to the ends of the fingers; a hand; used in measuring a horse's height
A metallic disk, attached to a strap, and worn the palm of the hand, used to push the needle through the canvas, in sewing sails, etc
a linear unit based on the length or width of the human hand
NIMS has a Synchronization Conduit for Palm Handheld Computers This conduit can be installed on a computer that has the Windows Palm Hotsync application installed This software is available in the Repoz software repository on the network application server (aka CAS2) located in V: \Utils\NIMS
If you have someone or something in the palm of your hand, you have control over them. Johnson thought he had the board of directors in the palm of his hand. to hide something in the palm of your hand, especially when you are performing a magic trick or stealing something palm off to persuade someone to accept or buy something that is not of good quality or is not the thing that they really want palm something⇔off on/onto. Any of about 2,800 species of flowering, subtropical trees, shrubs, and vines that make up the family Arecaceae (or Palmae). Many are economically important. Palms furnish food, shelter, clothing, timber, fuel, building materials, fibres, starch, oils, waxes, and wines for local populations in the tropics. Many species have very limited ranges; some grow only on single islands. The fast growth and many by-products of palms make exploitation of the rainforest appealing to agribusiness. The usually tall, unbranched, columnar trunk is crowned by a tuft of large, pleated, fan-or feather-shaped leaves, with often prickly petioles (leafstalks), the bases of which remain after leaves drop, often covering the trunk. Trunk height and diameter, leaf length, and seed size vary greatly. Small flowers are produced in large clusters. Among the most important palms are the sugar palm (Arenga pinnata, or A. saccharifera), coconut palm, date palm, and cabbage palmetto. coconut palm date palm palm PC Palm Springs Palm Sunday
n A species of tree having several varieties, of which the familiar "itching palm" (_Palma hominis_) is most widely distributed and sedulously cultivated This noble vegetable exudes a kind of invisible gum, which may be detected by applying to the bark a piece of gold or silver The metal will adhere with remarkable tenacity The fruit of the itching palm is so bitter and unsatisfying that a considerable percentage of it is sometimes given away in what are known as "benefactions "
of; to bribe or tip
to hold or conceal something in the palm of the hand
A branch or leaf of the palm, anciently borne or worn as a symbol of victory or rejoicing
Member of the Palmae or Arecaceae family
To impose by fraud, as by sleight of hand; to put by unfair means; usually with off
The inner and somewhat concave part of the hand between the bases of the fingers and the wrist
Any symbol or token of superiority, success, or triumph; also, victory; triumph; supremacy
any plant of the family Palmae having an unbranched trunk crowned by large pinnate or palmate leaves
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Palm Sunday
The Sunday before Easter, commemorating Christ's entry into Jerusalem, when palm fronds were strewn before him
palm card
a card the size of one's hands listing items to be discussed in a speech or presentation, usually in bullet point form
palm off
To sell or dispose of (something) with the intent to deceive; to attempt to pass off a counterfeit or inferior product as genuine

p.379) It is a fundamental rule that one man has no right to palm off his goods for sale as goods of a rival dealer.

palm print
An extension of the fingerprint system which records and matches images of the entire palm
palm sugar
sugar made from the sap of various species of palm tree
palm syrup
Syrup made from sap of a palm tree
palm thief
A coconut crab
palm thieves
plural form of palm thief
palm tree
common name for a tree of the genus Arecaceae usually characterised by having a single stem or trunk, directly from which sprout several leaves or fronds giving a shape like an outstretched hand
palm tree justice
A pragmatic approach to justice that is entirely discretionary and transcends legal rights or precedent, enabling the court to make such order as it thinks fair and just in the circumstances of the case

vary agreed or established rights to property in an endeavor to achieve a kind of palm tree justice.

palm trees
plural form of palm tree
palm-leaf
The leaf of the palm, used attributively in various terms (see [[#Derived terms|Derived terms]] below)
palm-tree
Alternative spelling of palm tree
palm off
(deyim) 1. Dispose of usually by trickery or guile 2. Pass off: give a false identity or character to
Palm Bay
A city of eastern Florida on the Indian River lagoon southeast of Orlando. It is a resort. Population: 62,632
Palm Beach
A city of southeast Florida on a barrier beach of the Atlantic Ocean north of Fort Lauderdale. It was developed as a fashionable resort by Henry Flagler in the 1890s. Population: 9,814. a city in the southeast of Florida in the US, which is a popular tourist centre, especially as a place for rich people to go in the winter
Palm Springs
A city of southeast California east-southeast of Riverside. It is a desert oasis and popular resort with hot springs known to the Spanish as early as 1774. Population: 40,181. a city to the east of Los Angeles in California, which is popular with rich and famous people. Resort city (pop., 2000: 42,807), southern California, U.S. It is located in the Coachella Valley. Originally known as Agua Caliente for its hot springs, it was a stagecoach stop by 1872. In 1884 John G. McCallum established the Palm Valley Colony there. Incorporated as a city in 1938, it developed into a glamorous desert resort and residential area, frequented by celebrities, including Hollywood stars. Nearby is Joshua Tree National Park
Palm Springs
city in southwest California (USA)
Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter. It is the day when Christians remember Jesus Christ's arrival in Jerusalem a few days before he was killed. The Sunday before Easter, observed by Christians in commemoration of Jesus's entry into Jerusalem, when palm fronds were strewn before him. the Sunday before Easter in the Christian Church. or Passion Sunday In Christianity, the first day of Holy Week and the Sunday before Easter, commemorating Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem. It usually includes a procession of members of the congregation carrying palms, representing the palm branches the crowd scattered in front of Jesus as he rode into the city. The liturgy also includes readings recounting the suffering and death of Jesus. Palm Sunday was celebrated in Jerusalem as early as the 4th century and in the West by the 8th century
Palm Sunday
Sunday before Easter celebrated commemorating the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem
palm PC
Computer small enough to fit in a person's palm. Palm PCs (also called palmtops, handheld computers, or personal data assistants) typically use pens instead of keyboards for data input. They have limited memory and lack built-in peripheral devices (e.g., disk drives and modems), though such devices can be plugged in through peripheral slots. They run a limited set of application programs, such as calendars, address books, and memo pads
palm beach
a resort town in southeast Florida on an island on the Atlantic coast
palm branch
branch of a palm tree, long palm frond, one of the four species used during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot
palm cat
{i} spotted or striped arboreal civet native of southeast Asia and East Indies
palm cat
spotted or striped arboreal civet of southeast Asia and East Indies
palm civet
Any of various large nocturnal, arboreal civets of the subfamily Paradoxurinae of southern Asia and tropical Africa, especially the common Asian species Paradoxurus hermaphroditus, having spotted fur and a long tail
palm crab
A large crab (Birgus latro) of the islands of the South Pacific that lives in burrows and feeds mainly on coconuts
palm frond
leaf from the palm tree; one of the four species used by Jews in observance of the holiday of Succot
palm kernel
see o any oil palm
palm nut
see o any oil palm
palm off
sell as genuine, sell with the intention to deceive
palm oil
oil from nuts of oil palms especially the African oil palm
palm oil
Used with other oils in soapmaking Pulls other oils into saponification and makes soaps less melting
palm oil
Bribes, or rather money for bribes, fees, etc “In Ireland the machinery of a political movement will not work unless there is plenty of palm-oil to prevent friction ”- Irish Seditions from 1792 to 1880, p 39 “The rich may escape with whole skins, but those without `palm-oil' have scant mercy ”- Nineteenth Century, Aug , 1892, p 312
palm oil
The reddish-orange oil extracted from the fruit of the African palm High in saturated fat (78 percent) with a distinctive flavor popular in West African cooking
palm oil
The reddish-orange oil derived from the pulp of the fruit of the African palm tree Contains a very high percentage of saturated fat
palm oil
{i} oil from nuts of oil palm
palm oil
Oil from the fruit of a palm tree, (Elaeis guineensis), native to tropical West Africa and cultivated in Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia, and tropical America as the source of palm oil Growing to a height of 15 m, the palms produce fleshy fruits, 3 cm long, containing a white kernel within a hard black shell Palm oil is extracted from the pulp and kernel and used in making soaps, margarine, lubricants, etc When used in soaps, palm oil creates a hard, long lasting bar of soap that is mild and cleanses well Palm oil has similar characteristics to tallow in soaps, and has been used in soap-making since about 1850 when the quantity of available tallow was insufficient to meet the demand for soap
palm oil
Palm oil is a yellow oil which comes from the fruit of certain palm trees and is used in making soap and sometimes as a fat in cooking. A yellowish fatty oil obtained especially from the crushed nuts of an African palm (Elaeis guineensis) and used in the manufacture of soaps, chocolates, cosmetics, and candles. the oil obtained from the nut of an African palm tree
palm pilot
{i} type of very popular hand-held computer (manufactured in the USA)
palm reader
a palmist
palm reading
palmistry: telling fortunes by lines on the palm of the hand
palm sugar
Sugar made from the sap of various palm trees
palm sunday
The Sunday next before Easter So called in memory of Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem, when the multitude strewed the way with palm branches and leaves (John xii ) Sad Palm Sunday March 29, 1461, the day of the battle of Towton, the most fatal of all the battles in the domestic war between the White and Red Roses Above 37,000 Englishmen were slain “Whose banks received the blood of many thousand men, On `Sad Palm Sunday' slain, that Towton field we call The bloodiest field betwixt the White Rose and the Red ” Drayton: Polyolbion, xxviii
palm sunday
The Sunday next before Easter; so called in commemoration of our Savior's triumphal entry into Jerusalem, when the multitude strewed palm branches in the way
palm sunday
Palm Sunday occurs the Sunday before Easter Sunday in the Western Christian religious calendar year It signals the upcoming end of Lent and the beginning of the holy week of Easter The day commemorates the spreading of palms and clothing in Jesus' path as He entered Jerusalem prior to His crucifixion
palm sunday
the Sunday before Easter, commemorating Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem the week before he was crucified
palm sunday
the commemoration of Christ’s entry into Jerusalem Usually, people carry crosses made of palm leaves in the procession into the sanctuary which represent the palm leaves being strewn along the path when Christ entered the city (BCP pp 168, 219, 270 – 273 <liturgy>)
palm sunday
The Sunday before Easter commemorating Jesus' entry into Jerusalem Also referred to as Passion Sunday, since we read the account of Jesus' passion and death Palm Sunday also begins Holy Week, the week leading up to Easter
palm sunday
(Gr Kyriaki ton Vaion; Sl Verbnoye Voskresenye) The Sunday before Easter, commemorating the triumphal entrance of Christ into Jerusalem The Orthodox use palms or willow branches in the shape of a cross, which the priest distributes to the faithful after the liturgy
palm sunday
The Sunday before Easter, where Jesus' final and triumphal entry into Jerusalem is observed In many Episcopal congregations the passion narrative read is also read Real palm branches or crosses made from palms (or both) are usually distributed to the congregation In some churches, Palm Sunday palms are saved and later burned to make the ashes for the next year's Ash Wednesday service
palm sunday
The day that Christians remember the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem
palm sunday
the Sunday before Easter In an Episcopal Church, members of the congregation carry real palms during the service; in some churches, the tradition is that palms from one year are saved, dried and later burned to make the ashes used at the next year's Ash Wednesday service
palm sunday
Sunday before Easter
palm top
mini-computer that fits in the palm of your hand; dome or leaf of a palm tree
palm tree
tropical tree with a branchless trunk and large palmate leaves branching from the top of the tree
palm tree
any plant of the family Palmae having an unbranched trunk crowned by large pinnate or palmate leaves
palm tree
palm a tropical tree which grows near beaches or in deserts, with a long straight trunk and large pointed leaves at the top
palm-sized
palm-sized computer/PC/PDA a palm-sized computer, PC etc is small enough to fit in your hand
palm-top computer
mini-computer that fits in the palm of your hand
Emperor palm
The plant depicted on the flag of Haiti
Neanthe bella palm
Neanthe bella palm, or parlour palm (Chamaedorea elegans''), a rare small seed-producing palm tree
betel palm
An Asiatic palm, Areca catechu, whose seeds are betel nuts
cabbage palm
A common name for several different types of palms and palm-like plants
coco palm
The coconut palm
coconut palm
a tropical palm tree, Cocos nucifera, having feathery leaves and bearing coconuts
cross someone's palm
To give money to a person, especially as a bribe or as an inducement to perform a service

After crossing his palm with a donation, I felt entitled at least to ask where he was from.

cross someone's palm with silver
Alternative form of cross someone's palm
date palm
A palm tree, Phoenix dactylifera, whose fruit is the date
grease someone's palm
To bribe a person

We arrived at Almaty Airport, and from the moment the customs officer made it obvious in his fractured English that our entrance would be made easier if we greased his palm, we realised that all our Anglo-Saxon assumptions about how societies are run were not very relevant here.

oil palm
Any of two species of trees in the Arecaceae, or palm family of trees, found in western Africa
queen palm
Syagrus romanzoffiana, a medium-sized palm native to South America, very similar to the coconut palm
sago palm
Any palm which yields sago, especially Metroxylon sagu and Cycas revoluta
tagua palm
A tropical South American palm, Phytelephas macrocarpa, whose seed is used as a substitute for ivory
talipot palm
A tall palm tree, Corypha umbraculifera, from Sri Lanka and southern India, having very large leaves and flowers
toddy palm
Any of several species of palm used to produce toddy or palm wine
wine palm
Any of several palms that have a sugary sap that can be fermented to produce palm wine; especially the fishtail palm (Caryota urens) and the palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifer)
sago palm
{i} short Asian palm tree that produces sago
acai palm
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Acai Palm (or Açai Palm or Assai Palm) is a member of the genus Euterpe, which contains 7 species of palms native to tropical Central and South America, from Belize south to Brazil and Peru, growing mainly in floodplains and swamps. The genus is named after the muse Euterpe of Greek mythology. Euterpe are tall, slender, attractive palms growing to 15-30 meters, with pinnate leaves up to 3 meters long. Many of the palms that were once in the genus Euterpe have been reclassified into the genus Prestoea (Riffle, 2003). The species Euterpe oleracea is usually called Açaí Palm, after the Portuguese derivation of the Tupi word ïwasa'i, fruit that cries or expells water. The vernacular name is also sometimes spelled Assai Palm in English
assai palm
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Acai Palm (or Açai Palm or Assai Palm) is a member of the genus Euterpe, which contains 7 species of palms native to tropical Central and South America, from Belize south to Brazil and Peru, growing mainly in floodplains and swamps. The genus is named after the muse Euterpe of Greek mythology. Euterpe are tall, slender, attractive palms growing to 15-30 meters, with pinnate leaves up to 3 meters long. Many of the palms that were once in the genus Euterpe have been reclassified into the genus Prestoea (Riffle, 2003). The species Euterpe oleracea is usually called Açaí Palm, after the Portuguese derivation of the Tupi word ïwasa'i, fruit that cries or expells water. The vernacular name is also sometimes spelled Assai Palm in English
doom palm
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A palm (Hyphaene thebaica) native to the Nile Valley of northeast Africa and having oblong or ovoid fruits the size of an orange with a distinctive aroma and taste. Also called doum, gingerbread palm
African oil-palm
palm tree which produces fruit from which oil is pressed (found in West Africa and other tropical regions)
West Palm Beach
A city of southeast Florida opposite Palm Beach. It is a winter resort and research center. Henry M. Flagler developed the city as a commercial center for Palm Beach in 1893. Population: 67,643
african oil palm
oil palm of Africa
american oil palm
palm of Central and South America
bamboo palm
a palm of the genus Raffia
banded palm civet
an East Indian civet
bear the palm
win, be victorious
betel palm
A tropical Asian feather-leaved palm (Areca catechu) cultivated for its seeds. Also called catechu
betel palm
southeastern Asian palm bearing betel nuts (scarlet or orange single-seeded fruit with a fibrous husk)
cabbage palm
Australian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cabbage palm
low-growing fan-leaved palm of coastal southern United States having edible leaf buds
cabbage palm
Brazilian palm of genus Euterpe whose leaf buds are eaten like cabbage when young Australian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young West Indian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cabbage palm
Brazilian palm of genus Euterpe whose leaf buds are eaten like cabbage when young
cabbage palm
West Indian palm with leaf buds that are edible when young
cocoa palm
A palm tree producing the cocoanut (Cocos nucifera)
cocoa palm
The trunk is without branches, and has a tuft of leaves at the top, each being fifteen or twenty feet in length, and at the base of these the nuts hang in clusters; the cocoanut tree
cocoa palm
It grows in nearly all tropical countries, attaining a height of sixty or eighty feet
coconut palm
coconut tree, type of tropical palm tree
coconut palm
tall palm tree bearing coconuts as fruits; widely planted throughout the tropics
coconut palm
A coconut palm is a tall tree on which coconuts grow. n. A feather-leaved palm (Cocos nucifera) extensively cultivated in tropical regions for food, beverages, oil, thatching, fiber, utensils, or ornament. Tree (Cocos nucifera) of the palm family, one of the most important crops of the tropics. Its slender, leaning, ringed trunk rises from a swollen base and is topped by a graceful crown of giant, feathery leaves. The large ovoid or ellipsoid mature fruits have a thick, fibrous husk surrounding the familiar single-seeded nut. The nut contains a white and somewhat sweet meat, which is eaten raw; coconut oil is extracted from the meat. The nutritious liquid "milk" at the centre may be drunk directly from the nut. The husk provides coir, a fibre highly resistant to salt water that is used in the manufacture of ropes, mats, baskets, brushes, and brooms. The nutshells are used as containers and often decoratively carved
cohune palm
tropical American feather palm whose large nuts yield valuable oil and a kind of vegetable ivory
cohune palm
A Central and South American pinnate-leaved palm (Attalea cohune), the very large and hard nuts of which are turned to make fancy articles, and also yield an oil used as a substitute for coconut oil
date palm
A date palm is a palm tree on which dates grow. A palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera) of western Asia and northern Africa and cultivated also in California, having featherlike leaves and bearing clusters of dates. Tree (Phoenix dactylifera) of the palm family, found in the Canary Islands and northern Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan, India, and California. The trunk, strongly marked with the pruned stubs of old leaf bases, ends in a crown of long, graceful, shining, pinnate leaves. The fruit, called the date, is a usually oblong brown berry. Dates have long been an important food in desert regions, and are the source of syrup, alcohol, vinegar, and a strong liquor. All parts of the tree yield products of economic value, being used variously for timber, furniture, basketry, fuel, rope, and packing material. The seeds are sometimes used as stock feed. The tree is grown as an ornamental along the Mediterranean shores of Europe. Its leaves are used for the celebration of Palm Sunday (among Christians) and the Feast of Tabernacles (among Jews). Date sugar, a product of India, is obtained from the sap of a closely related species, P. sylvestris
date palm
palm tree bearing dates
date palm
tall tropical feather palm tree native to Syria bearing sweet edible fruit
disapproval palm off
If you say that someone has palmed something off on you, you feel annoyed because they have made you accept it although it is not valuable or is not your responsibility. I couldn't keep palming her off on friends Joseph made sure that he was never palmed off with inferior stuff
disapproval palm off with
If you say that you are palmed off with a lie or an excuse, you are annoyed because you are told something in order to stop you asking any more questions. Mark was palmed off with a series of excuses
doom palm
A species of palm tree (Hyphæne Thebaica), highly valued for the fibrous pulp of its fruit, which has the flavor of gingerbread, and is largely eaten in Egypt and Abyssinia
doum palm
See Doom palm
fan palm
Any palm tree having fan-shaped or radiate leaves; as the Chamærops humilis of Southern Europe; the species of Sabal and Thrinax in the West Indies, Florida, etc
fan palm
When cut up, they are used for books and manuscripts
fan palm
The leaves of the latter are often eighteen feet long and fourteen wide, and are used for umbrellas, tents, and roofs
fan palm
A palm tree having palmately divided, fanlike leaves
fan palm
and especially the great talipot tree (Corypha umbraculifera) of Ceylon and Malaya
fan palm
palm having palmate or fan-shaped leaves
feather palm
A palm having pinnately compound, featherlike leaves
feather palm
palm having pinnate or featherlike leaves
female palm-tree
palm tree which has flowers without stamens
fern palm
southeastern Indian cycad with palmlike foliage
fishtail palm
Any of several tropical Asiatic palms of the genus Caryota, particularly C. mitis, having bipinnate leaves with toothed, oblique leaflet apices
fishtail palm
attractive East Indian palm having distinctive bipinnate foliage
gebang palm
large-leaved palm of Malay to Philippines and northern Australia; leaves used for thatching or plaiting into containers
grease the palm
bribe
grease the palm of
bribe
grugru palm
See Macaw tree, under Macaw
grugru palm
A West Indian name for several kinds of palm
had an itching palm
was greedy, wanted something (especially money)
has an itching palm
is greedy, wants something (especially money)
have an itching palm
be greedy, desire something (especially money)
ita palm
The natives eat its fruit and buds, drink its sap, and make thread and cord from its fiber
ita palm
A magnificent species of palm (Mauritia flexuosa), growing near the Orinoco
ivory palm
a stemless palm tree of Brazil and Peru bearing ivory nuts
ivory palm
A stemless, unarmed dioecious palm (Phytelephas macrocarpa) native to Brazil and Peru and having hard seeds that yield an ivorylike substance
jaggery palm
It is the principal source of jaggery, and is often cultivated for ornament
jaggery palm
An East Indian palm (Caryota urens) having leaves pinnate with wedge-shaped divisions, the petiole very stout
jagua palm
A great Brazilian palm (Maximiliana regia), having immense spathes which are used for baskets and tubs
jupati palm
A great Brazilian palm tree (Raphia tædigera), used by the natives for many purposes
key palm
small stocky fan palm of southern Florida and Cuba
lady palm
any of several small palms of the genus Rhapis; cultivated as houseplants
male palm-tree
palm tree which produces male flowers
miniature fan palm
small graceful palm with reedlike stems and leaf bases clothed with loose coarse fibers
nipa palm
any creeping semiaquatic feather palm of the genus Nipa found in mangrove swamps and tidal estuaries; its sap is used for a liquor; leaves are used for thatch; fruit has edible seeds
oil one's palm
bribe
oil palm
pinnate-leaved palms of the genus Elaeis having dense clusters of crowded flowers and bright red fruit and yielding high quality palm oils
oil palm
{i} tropical West African palm tree bearing fruit and seeds from which palm oil is extracted
palmed
past of palm
palmed
Having or bearing a palm or palms
palming
A violation in which a player moves his hand under the ball and scoops it while dribbling Also: carrying the ball
palming
an imaging technique involving the visualization of color
palming
– an imaging technique involving the visualization of color
palming
Holding the ball in the palm of one hand Palming is a violation when done while dribbling
palms
plural of palm
palms
third person singular, present tense of the verb to palm
peach palm
A densely spiny Amazonian palm (Bactris gasipaes) widely cultivated in the New World tropics as an ornamental and a food plant, having an edible heart and a highly nutritious, mealy fruit wall
piassava palm
Brazilian palm yielding fibers used in making ropes, mats, and brushes
raffia palm
a large feather palm of Africa and Madagascar having very long pinnatisect fronds yielding a strong commercially important fiber from its leafstalks
raffia palm
A pinnate- leaved palm (Raphia ruffia) native of Madagascar, and of considerable economic importance on account of the strong fiber (raffia) obtained from its leafstalks
raffia palm
The jupati palm
royal palm
Any of several feather palm trees of the genus Roystonea that are native to tropical and subtropical America and grow to a height of approximately 30 meters (100 feet)
royal palm
tall feather palm of southern Florida and Cuba
sago palm
dwarf palmlike cycad of Japan that yields sago any of various tropical Asian palm trees the trunks of which yield sago
sea palm
A brown seaweed (Postelsia palmaeformis) found in the middle littoral zone along the Pacific coast of the United States, having a shape resembling a palm tree with numerous edible toothed blades that crown the tip of a long stipe
sugar palm
Malaysian feather palm with base densely clothed with fibers; yields a sweet sap used in wine and trunk pith yields sago
thatch palm
small palm of southern Florida and West Indies closely resembling the silvertop palmetto
the righteous shall flourish like a palm
the good will be successful
true sago palm
Malaysian palm whose pithy trunk yields sago--a starch used as a food thickener and fabric stiffener; Malaya to Fiji
umbrella palm
An Australian palm tree (Hedyscepe canterburyana) cultivated as an ornamental for its feathery, drooping leaves with silvery-blue sheaths
wax palm
Any of several palm trees that yield wax, as Copernica prunifera, the source of carnauba wax, or Ceroxylon alpinum of South America
wax palm
palm of the Andes yielding a resinous wax which is mixed with tallow to make candles
wax palm
caranday: South American palm yielding a wax similar to carnauba wax
wax palm
carnauba: Brazilian fan palm having an edible root; source of a useful leaf fiber and a brittle yellowish wax
west palm beach
a town in southeast Florida on the mainland opposite Palm Beach; founded as a commercial center for Palm Beach
wine palm
Any of various palm trees having sap or juice from which wine is made
wine palm
fishtail palm of India to Malay Peninsula; sap yields a brown sugar (jaggery) and trunk pith yields sago
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(Tıp) palm
palm olein yağı
(Gıda) palmolein oil
palm yağı
(Gıda,Çevre) palm oil
palm yağı
(Çevre) oil palm
palm sync bayrakları
(Bilgisayar) palm sync flags
palm çekirdeği yağı
(Gıda) palm kernel oil
palm

    Турецкое произношение

    pälm

    Синонимы

    palm tree

    Антонимы

    hardel

    Произношение

    /ˈpälm/ /ˈpɑːlm/

    Этимология

    [ 'päm, 'pälm, 'pom, ' ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old French palme, from Latin palma (“palm”)

    Времена

    palms, palming, palmed

    Общие Словосочетания

    palm tree, palm oil

    Видео

    ... communicate bensonhurst with the palm of the left hand towards the ground ...

    Слово дня

    gowpen
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