pate

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saksı
akılezme
kafa
kelle
beyin
{i} pate
akıl
{i} boş kafa
pate de foiegras kaz ciğeri ezmesi
börek

Sana üç börek yerine altı börek vereceğim. - Instead of three pâté, I'll give you six.

{i} etli börek
akil
talaş kebabı gibi içinde tavuk veya et bulunan börek
baş
{i} ezme
saksi
alay baş
pate de foie gras
(Gıda) kaz ciğeri ezmesi
liver pate
(Gıda) ciğer pate
addle pate
beyinsiz
addle pate
kuş beyinli
curly pate
kıvırcık
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The interior body, or non-rind portion of cheese, described by its texture, density, and color
The head, particularly the top or crown

He had a shiny, bald pate.

Alternative spelling of pâté. (finely-ground paste of meat, fish, etc.)
{n} the head or its skin, a kind of half moon
The Crown of a dolls head
Your pate is the top of your head. Bryan's bald pate. the top of your head
lla
The skin of a calf's head
The head of a person; the top, or crown, of the head
the top of the head
1) Annual petroleum-related swap meet and auction, held each year at Cresson, Texas Usually convenes in April 2) Oil company, founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1933 Acquired by Standard of New Jersey in 1956 The family which founded the company operates the swap meet
the top of the head liver or meat or fowl finely minced or ground and variously seasoned
{i} head (Slang); paste or spread made from meat or fish
A variant spelling of pâté
liver or meat or fowl finely minced or ground and variously seasoned
pâté
A finely-ground paste of meat, game, fish or vegetables, sometimes with the addition of alcohol
pâte brisée
A form of shortcrust pastry made with butter instead of lard or shortening
pâté chinois
a French-Canadian dish similar to shepherd's pie
pâté de foie gras
A pâté of fat goose liver; the lowest grade preparation of foie gras
addle pate
"silly little head"

Go to bed, and don't bother your addle pate about your neighbours. Can't a man cut up a few sticks without your coming to investigate?”.

pâtés
plural form of pâté
addle pate
A foolish or dull-witted fellow
addle-pate
one who is slow-witted or foolish
duck pate
a pate made from duck liver
pated
Having a pate; used only in composition; as, long-pated; shallow- pated
pated
Having a pate; -- used only in composition; as, long-pated; shallow-pated
pates
plural of pate
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pate
pate

    Турецкое произношение

    peyt

    Произношение

    /ˈpāt/ /ˈpeɪt/

    Этимология

    [ 'pAt ] (noun.) 14th century. c.1200, perhaps a shortened form of Old French patene or Medieval Latin patena, both from Latin patina (“pan, dish”)

    Слово дня

    panegyric
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