peas

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(Askeri) psikolojik harekat (psyop) etkileri analiz tali sistemi (psychological operations (PSYOP) effects analysis subsystem)
bezelye

İkiz erkek kardeşler iki bezelye kadar benzer. - The twin brothers are as like as two peas.

Şu ikizler bezelyedeki iki tane gibi benziyorlar. - Those twins look like two peas in a pod.

(deyim) birbirine tıpatıp benzemek
pea
bezelye

İkiz kız kardeşler bir zarftaki iki bezelye kadar benziyorlar. - The twin sisters are alike as two peas in a pod.

Şu ikizler bezelyedeki iki tane gibi benziyorlar. - Those twins look like two peas in a pod.

pea
bezelye şeklinde
pease
peasecodbezelye kabuğu
pease
(isim) bezelye
pea
{i} bezelye türünden tane
pea
pea soup bezelye çorbası
pea
pea green bezelye yeşili
pea
açık yeşil
pea
bezelye içi şeklinde herhangi bir şey
pea
bezelye türünden herhangi bir sebzenin içi
pea
koyuas like as two peas
green peas
(Gıda) yeşil bezelye
large peas
(Gıda) araka
mutter
söylen
snow peas
(Gıda) sultani bezelye
mutter
mırıldanmak
mutter
söylenmek
mutter
{f} mırıldan

Jose öğretmen tarafından sorulan soruya cevabı mırıldandı. - Jose muttered the answer to the question asked by the teacher.

O, bir şey mırıldanıyor. - She's muttering something.

mutter
homurdanmak
pease
bezelye
cow peas
inek bezelye
dried beans, peas, lentils and such
kuru fasulye, bezelye, mercimek ve bu
go into the peas field
bezelye içine alan gitmek
mushy peas
Duygusal bezelye
pea pods
bezelye
pick peas
bezelye pick
sugar peas
şeker bezelye
two peas in a pod
(deyim) elmanın iki yarısı, tıpa tıp aynısı olmak
as easy as shelling peas
çok kolay
as like as two peas
tıpkı birbirine benzer, bir elmanın iki yarısı
as like as two peas
tıpatıp aynı
mutter
{i} fısıltı
mutter
{f} mırıldamak
mutter
söylenme
mutter
{i} homurdanma
mutter
{i} homurtu
mutter
{f} fısıldamak
mutter
fısıldar gibi söylemek
mutter
{i} mırıltı

Onun mırıltıları, hakaret ve şikayetlerin habercisidir. - His mutterings are a hodgepodge of insults and complaints.

split peas
çorbalık bezelye
split peas
kırık bezelye
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Matar Vegetable
peas
{i} pea pods
Matar
Pea gravel, used in the landing area as a target reference and because it is forgiving of hard landings
plural of pea
mutter
peas and rice
An approximate rhyme for Jesus Christ

I hear him say, “We have to fight for our life, boys, more desperately than at Shiloh and Vicksburg. What is called for here is loyalty, courage, and grim determination.” ¶ “Well, peas and rice,” Little Bit says. “It’s just getting good. What is it now?”.

peas and rice
A Jamaican dish of rice and any of several varieties of peas or beans
black-eyed peas
plural form of black-eyed pea
goober peas
plural form of goober pea
like two peas in a pod
very similar; a couple made for each other
mushy peas
dried marrowfat peas which are first soaked overnight and then boiled until they form a bright green paste; a traditional accompaniment to fish and chips
pea
The edible seed of some of these plants
pea
A plant, member of the Legume (Fabaceae) family
pease
To bring (a war, conflict) to an end
pease
To make peace between (conflicting people, states etc.); to reconcile
pease
To placate, appease (someone)

And yf this come to the rulers eares, we wyll pease him, and make you safe.

snow peas
plural form of snow pea
sugar peas
plural form of sugar pea
sweet peas
plural form of sweet pea
pea
{n} a kind of pulse of numerous kinds for the table
PEA
Pulseless electrical activity
carrots and peas
(deyim) Phrase to describe things or people different but go quite well together, for example two people that seem totally opposite but get along exceptionally well
as easy as shelling peas
very easy, quite simple
as like as two peas in a pod
very similar, like birds of a feather, spitting image, identical
black-eyed peas
These white kidney-shaped beans with a black "eye" are available dried or canned
black-eyed peas
Small, slightly kidney-shaped beans marked with one black spot or "eye"; introduced into the Southwest by African slaves
black-eyed peas
A small beige bean of the legume family with a round black "eye" located at its inner curve This bean is popular, particularly in the south Also called the "cowpea " Varieties with yellow "eyes" are called "yellow-eyed peas "
chick peas
garbanzo beans, edible pea-like seeds
like two peas in a pod
like identical twins, like two things that are very similar
mushy peas
soft cooked peas, eaten especially in the north of England
mushy peas
marrowfat peas that have been soaked overnight and then boiled; served with fish and chips
pea
(Pisum satium) Round, highly nutritious seeds of leguminous plants Johnson had several varieties: Dutch Admiral Pea: A late pea An early dictionary stated "Lay these and Kidney Beans in different layers of salt, in their pods, and close together to preserve " [Miller] Everlasting Pea: (Lathyrus grandiflorus): A vinelike perennial herb of Southern Europe having showy fragrant rose-purple flowers on a long stalk and pods about three inches long Described in early dictionaries as "not a good pea for drying; almost indestructible; Skipwith flowering plant Sweet Pea: Lathyrus odorata) An annual climbing plant having sweet scented flowers Recorded by Washington, Joseph Chew, Lady Skipwith; and Sir William Johnson West Indies Pea
pea
It has a papilionaceous flower, and the pericarp is a legume, popularly called a pod
pea
Peas are round green seeds which grow in long thin cases and are eaten as a vegetable. Any of several species, comprising hundreds of varieties, of herbaceous annual plants belonging to the family Leguminosae (or Fabaceae, also known as the pea family; see legume), grown virtually worldwide for their edible seeds. Pisum sativum is the common garden pea of the Western world, which Gregor Mendel used for his pioneering studies of heredity. While their origins have not been definitely determined, it is known that peas are one of the oldest cultivated crops. Some varieties, called sugar peas, snow peas, or mange-touts, have edible pods and are popular in East Asian cuisines. See also sweet pea. black eyed pea rosary pea sweet pea
pea
A plant, and its fruit, of the genus Pisum, of many varieties, much cultivated for food
pea
seed of a pea plant a leguminous plant of the genus Pisum with small white flowers and long green pods containing edible green seeds the fruit or seed of a pea plant
pea
esp
pea
{i} type of green seed vegetable that grows inside a pod
pea
A name given, especially in the Southern States, to the seed of several leguminous plants species of Dolichos, Cicer, Abrus, etc
pea
a small round vegetable that comes from a pod
pea
Peas are popular members of the legume family There are many varieties of peas, some of which were cultivated by the Greeks and Romans long before Christian times Peas are a fair source of protein, iron, and vitamin A
pea
the fruit or seed of a pea plant
pea
those having a scar (hilum) of a different color from the rest of the seed
pea
A ball traveling at high speed, either batted or thrown
pea
seed of a pea plant
pea
See Peak, n
pea
a leguminous plant of the genus Pisum with small white flowers and long green pods containing edible green seeds
pea
The sliding weight on a steelyard
pea
A ball travelling at high velocity
pease
See the Note under Pea
pease
form of pea, then later of peas
pease
A pea
pease
{i} peas (Archaic)
pease
A plural form of Pea
sweet peas
{i} expression of affection
peas

    Турецкое произношение

    piz

    Произношение

    /ˈpēz/ /ˈpiːz/

    Этимология

    [ 'pE ] (noun.) 1611. back-formation from Middle English pease , from Old English pise, from Latin pisa, plural of pisum, from Greek pison.

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