seed

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
tohum

Yeni yasalar devrimin tohumlarını ekti. - The new laws sowed the seeds of revolution.

Meyvelerin içlerinde tohumları vardır. - Fruits have seeds in them.

menşe
{f} tohum ekmek
çekirdeği çıkarmak
horozcuk
evlatlar
habbe
{f} tohum ek

Çiftçiler baharda tohum ekerler. - Farmers sow seeds in the spring.

asıl
atmık
tohum ya da çekirdeğini çıkarmak
sperm
köken
tohum vermek
evlat
meni
döl
kaynak
{i} istiridye yavruları
tohumu veya çekirdeği çıkarmak
(Tıp) Tohum, meni, sperma, semen, ersuyu
{f} çekirdeğini çıkarmak
istiridye tarlasına yerleştirilmeye elverişli istiridye yavruları
evlât
{i} çocuk

Çocuklar çeşitli şekil ve renklerde tohum toplarlar. - The children collect seeds of various shapes and colours.

{i} tane
{f} sınıflamak (yarışmacıları)
{i} döl, zürriyet
{i} tohum: flower seeds çiçek tohumları
{i} çekirdek

Çekirdeksiz karpuzlar var mı? - Are there seedless watermelons?

Çekirdeksiz karpuz var mı? - Do seedless watermelons exist?

tohumunu

Bu hardal tohumunun bir kilosu ne kadar? - How much for a kilo of this mustard seed?

{i} sperma
mebde
ersuyu
(Tıp) Zürriyet, evlat
{i} çekirdek: the seeds of a fruit bir meyvenin çekirdekleri
seed bearing raisin
(Gıda) çekirdekli kuru üzüm
seed bed preparation
(Tarım) tohum yatağı hazırlama
seed breeding place
(Askeri) tohum ıslah yeri
seed capital
(Politika, Siyaset) çekirdek sermaye
seed capital
(Politika, Siyaset) başlangıç sermayesi
seed capsule
koza
seed coat
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tohum zarfı
seed collection
(Askeri) tohum toplama
seed collection reef
(Askeri) tohum toplama resifi
seed culture
(Gıda) çekirdek kültür
seed drill machine
(Tarım) tohum ekmek makinesi
seed fish
yavru balık
seed industry and trade
tohum endüstrisi ve ticareti
seed liberation
(Askeri) tohum  bırakma
seed market
(Ticaret) tohum piyasası
seed money
(Politika, Siyaset) başlangıç desteği
seed of the fruit
(Gıda) meyve çekirdeği
seed oils
(Gıda) tohum yağları
seed packages
(Bilgisayar) tohum kolileri
seed packets
(Bilgisayar) tohum paketleri
seed pod
baklamsı
seed production
(Askeri) tohum üretimi
seed projects
tohum projeleri
seed routing
(Bilgisayar) temel yönlendirme
seed technology
tohum teknolojisi
seed cake
susamlı çörek
seed capsule
çekirdek kapsülü
seed cleaner
tohum temizleme aleti
seed coat
tohum kabuğu
seed core
çekirdek kor
seed corn
tohumluk mısır
seed dressing
tohum ilaçlama
seed drill
tohum mibzeri
seed drill
tohumeker
seed leaf
kotiledon
seed leaf
tohumdan ilk çıkan yaprak
seed leaf
çenek
seed oyster
istiridye yavrusu
seed pearl
küçük inci
seed plant
tohum dikme
seed plot
fidelik
seed potato
ekimlik patates
seed runner
tohuma kalkmış pancar
seed time
ekim zamanı
seed vessel
meyve örtüsü
seed vessel
tohum kapçığı
seed bank
tohum bankası
seed coat
Tohum zarı
seed down
tohum aşağı
seed drill
mibzer
seed oil
Herhangi bir yağlık tohumdan çıkarılan yağ
seed oil
çekirdeği yağı
seed pearl
kum inci
seed vessel
tohum damar
seed capital
(Avrupa Birliği) çekirdek/başlangıç sermayesi
seed core
(Nükleer Bilimler) tohum kalp
seed corn
tohumluk buğday [brit.]
seed corn
tohumluk mısır [amer.]
seed drill
{i} tohum ekme aleti
seed fibre
(Tekstil) çekirdek lifi
seed leaf
(isim) tohumdan ilk çıkan yaprak
seed plot
(isim) fidelik, ocak (ülkü vb.), yuva (ilim vb.)
seed plot
{i} ocak (ülkü vb.)
seed plot
{i} yuva (ilim vb.)
seed time
(Tarım) ekin vakti
seedling seed
fide tohum
sesame seed
susam tohumu
sesame seed bun
Susamlı hamburger ekmeği
sesame seed
susam

Susam tohumu veya biraz baharat ekleyebilirsiniz. - You can add sesame seed oil or some seasoning.

give seed
Tohum vermek
psyllium seed husks
Karnıyarık otu tohumunun kabukları
seeds
kaynak
sunflower seed
çekirdek
apricot seed
kayısı çekirdeği
certified seed
(Tarım) sertifikalı tohum
cotton seed oil
(Gıda) pamuk yağı
edible sunflower seed
çekirdek
poppy seed cake
(Gıda) haşhaşlı kek
run to seed
tohuma kalkmak
seeding
ekim
seeding
(Spor) seribaşı
seeding
(Askeri) tohumlama
seeding
(Spor) kura çekiliş sıralaması
seeds
tohumlar

Tom elma ağaçlarının tohumlarından yetiştiğini bilmiyordu. - Tom didn't know apple trees grow from seeds.

Meyvelerin içlerinde tohumları vardır. - Fruits have seeds in them.

sunflower seed
ay çekirdeği
sunflower seed oil
(Gıda) ayçiçek yağı
weed seed
(Tarım) yabancı ot tohumu
beet seed
pancar tohumu
canary seed
kuş yemi
caraway seed
karaman kimyon tohumu
celery seed
kereviz tohumu
coated seed
kaplama tohum
cumin seed
kimyon tohumu
fern seed
eğrelti otu tohumu
flax seed
keten tohumu
grass seed
çim tohumu
improved seed
islah edilmiş tohum
mustard seed
hardal tohumu
pedigree seed
elit tohum
poppy seed
afyon tohumu
rape seed
kolza tohumu
seeding
tohum ekme
seedless
çekirdeksiz

Çekirdeksiz karpuzlar var mı? - Are there seedless watermelons?

Çekirdeksiz üzüm ve çekirdeksiz karpuz var. Merak ediyorum çekirdeksiz mango var mı? - There are seedless grapes and seedless watermelons. I wonder if there are seedless mangoes.

silkworm seed
ipekböceği tohumu
sunflower seed
ayçekirdeği

Ben bütün gün ayçekirdeği yedim. - I eat sunflower seeds all day.

sunflower seed oil
ayçiçeği yağı
caraway seed
kimyon tohumu
edible seed
yemeklik tane
empty seed
sağır tohum, boş tohum
fennel seed
Rezene tohumu
go to seed
çaptan düşmek
grape seed oil
üzüm çekirdeği yağı
hemp seed
kenevir tohumu
hemp seed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kendir/kenevir tohumu
human seed
İnsan dolu
improved seed
ıslah edilmiş tohum
oil seed
yağlı tohum
poppy seed cake
haşhaş tohumlu kek
poppy seed muffin
Haşhaşlı çörek
pumpkin seed
Kabak çekirdeği
rape seed
tecavüz tohum
seeding
(Bilgisayar) P2P ağlarında yayımlamak, dağıtmak
seeding
(Bilgisayar) Herhangi bir bittorrent istemcisi ile tamamen indirilmiş olan dosya veya dosyaların paylaşımdan alınmadan önce bir süre daha diğer paylaşımcıların erişiminde kalması
sow the seed
tohum ekmek
super-seed
(Bilgisayar) Herhangi bir bittorrent istemcisi ile tamamen indirilmiş olan dosya veya dosyaların paylaşımdan alınmadan önce bir süre daha diğer paylaşımcıların erişiminde kalması
watercress seed
tere tohumu
seeded
tohum ek/tohum ver
seeded
seribaşı/tohumlu
seeded
(Politika, Siyaset) tohumlanan
seedless
tohumsuz
seeds
neden
seeds
köken
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To allocate a seeding to a competitor
Held in reserve for future growth

Don’t eat your seed corn.

The initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precusor in a defined chain of precusors

The latest seed has attracted a lot of users in our online community.

To plant or sow an area with seeds

I seeded my lawn with bluegrass.

A fertilized ovule, containing an embryonic plant
First. The initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precursor in a defined chain of precursors

The qualifying match determines the seed position one will have in the final competition.

A fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant

If you plant a seed in the spring, you may have a pleasant surprise in the autumn.

To be able to compete (especially in a quarter-final/semi-final/final)

The tennis player seeded into the quarters.

To start; to provide, assign or determine the initial resources for, position of, state of

The programmer seeded fresh, uncorrupted data into the database before running unit tests.

A precursor

The seed of an idea. Which idea was the seed (idea)?.

Offspring, descendants, progeny

Next him king Leyr in happie peace long raind, / But had no issue male him to succeed, / But three faire daughters, which were well vptraind, / In all that seemed fit for kingly seed .

Semen

Sometimes a man may feel encouraged to spread his seed before he settles down to raise a family.

An amount of fertilized grain that cannot be readily counted

The entire field was covered with geese eating the freshly sown seed.

A precursor, especially in a process without a defined initial state

Use your profits as seed money for your next venture.

bear seeds help (an enterprise) in its early stages of development by providing seed money
inoculate with microorganisms sprinkle with silver iodide particles to disperse and cause rain; "seed clouds"
{n} what produces plants and animals, an original, generation, offspring, race, extraction
{v} to produce feed, to shed or sow seed
That from which anything springs; first principle; original; source; as, the seeds of virtue or vice
help (an enterprise) in its early stages of development by providing seed money
Any small seedlike fruit, though it may consist of a pericarp, or even a calyx, as well as the seed proper; as, parsnip seed; thistle seed
An initial value used to generate pseudorandom numbers For example, the Randomize statement creates a seed number used by the Rnd function to create unique pseudorandom number sequences
A swimmer's preliminary ranking for an event in a swim meet Also, the process of assigning swimmers to heats and lanes in a swimming event based on their submitted entry times
inoculate with microorganisms
one of the outstanding players in a tournament
Race; generation; birth
That part of the fruit capable of germinating and producing a new plant
1 A CDP-enabled device used as a starting point for discovery For example, by adding a seed device (or set of seed devices), the neighbors of the seed device are discovered using CDP 2 A device that is not CDP-enabled, or that does not support CDP For example, if the device you want to manage does not support CDP, you must set that device as a seed You can specify multiple seed devices to: Shorten the initial discovery period Discover "disconnected" networksif you want to discover devices across links on which you have disabled CDP or where the devices are outside the firewall Discover devices that are not CDP-enabled
Fertilized ovule of a plant that contains an embryo and food products for germination Once germinated, the embryo can grow into a mature individual
The unit of sexual reproduction developed from a fertilized ovule; an embryo closed in the testa which is derived from the integument(s)
{f} plant or sow seeds; produce seeds; remove seeds; rank players or competitors (Sports)
The initial value, or starting point, for a sequence of random numbers
You can refer to the seeds of something when you want to talk about the beginning of a feeling or process that gradually develops and becomes stronger or more important. He raised questions meant to plant seeds of doubts in the minds of jurors
a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa a small hard fruit remove the seeds from; "seed grapes"
The principle of production
A value (which can be assigned to a variable) that is required in order to properly determine the result of a calculation; for example, the argument i in the random number generator (RAN) function syntax: y = RAN (i)
distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds
distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
In the successive adjustment method, a seed is a product of powers of the first k primes, for some small value of k
To sow seed
One of about 30 to 70 small (3 cm x 1 5 cm) purple seeds in each Cacao fruit pod
bear seeds
remove the seeds from; "seed grapes"
shows the positions in a page to which comments can be sent, indicates where to click to initiate the sending of a new comment (soemtimes appears as an envelope see above)
A seed is the small, hard part of a plant from which a new plant grows. I sow the seed in pots of soil-based compost. sunflower seeds
Progeny; offspring; children; descendants; as, the seed of Abraham; the seed of David
anything that provides inspiration for later work
Structure that develops following fertilization of an ovule
In sports such as tennis or badminton, a seed is a player who has been ranked according to his or her ability. Pete Sampras, Wimbledon's top seed and the world No.1
a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa
If you say that someone or something has gone to seed or has run to seed, you mean that they have become much less attractive, healthy, or efficient. He was a big man in his forties; once he had a lot of muscle but now he was running to seed. Reproductive structure in plants that consists of a plant embryo, usually accompanied by a supply of food (endosperm, which is produced during fertilization) and enclosed in a protective coat. Seed embryos contain one or more cotyledons. In typical flowering plants, seed production follows pollination and fertilization. As seeds mature, the ovary that enclosed the ovules develops into a fruit containing the seeds. Most seeds are small, weighing less than a gram; the smallest contain no food reserve. At the opposite extreme, the seed of the double coconut palm may weigh up to about 60 lb (27 kg). Seeds are highly adapted to transportation by animals, wind, and water. When circumstances are favorable, water and oxygen penetrate the seed coat, and the new plant begins to grow (see germination). The longevity of seeds varies widely: some remain viable for only about a week; others have been known to germinate after hundreds or even thousands of years
To cover thinly with something scattered; to ornament with seedlike decorations
sprinkle with silver iodide particles to disperse and cause rain; "seed clouds"
If vegetable plants go to seed or run to seed, they produce flowers and seeds as well as leaves. If unused, winter radishes run to seed in spring
To sprinkle with seed; to plant seeds in; to sow; as, to seed a field
The seed is an encoded representation of a design model Seeds are sometimes described as genes or genotypes, making reference to their biological counterparts A generative process will map a seeds to its associated design model When compared to the design model, seeds are highly compact in that the amount of information A simple example of a seed and a design model are fractal growth systems such as Lindenmeyer Systems In this case, a short sequence of ccharacters such as "F[-B]+B" gets mapped into a complex line drawing, through recursivley applying a set of rules
To grow to maturity, and produce seed
The generative fluid of the male; semen; sperm; not used in the plural
The mature, fertilized ovule It contains the plant embryo and the endosperm, typically protected by a seed coat Seeds can be almost microscopic to over an inch long; their variety is evident in their various colors, shapes, and textures A magnolia seed germinated from an archaeological site over 2000 years old, but many are viable for only 1-5 years Saving seed is the most economical (and satisfying) way to prepare for next year's garden, but if you do buy seeds, buy them from a reputable dealer and watch that you don't buy seeds treated with fungicides and pesticides Many seeds should be pretreated before they are sown, and most prefer warm temperatures to germinate (see hotbed)
Before a tournament, certain players are ranked, based on their ability and recent performances The process is called seeding, the rankings are called seeds, and the top-ranked player is called the top seed Matches are then arranged so that the top-seeded players will not meet until the later rounds of the tournament
go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
To shed the seed
If you seed a piece of land, you plant seeds in it. Men mowed the wide lawns and seeded them The primroses should begin to seed themselves down the steep hillside. his newly seeded lawns
An initial value supplied to a random-number algorithm with which the algorithm can generate a unique sequence of pseudo-random numbers
By germination it produces a new plant
A typically random bit sequence used to generate another, usually longer pseudo-random bit sequence
The cells a side starts with
Sparta Educational Enrichment Development for students in grades 4&5 who have been identified as academically gifted
When a player or a team is seeded in a sports competition, they are ranked according to their ability. In the UEFA Cup the top 16 sides are seeded for the first round He is seeded second, behind Brad Beven The top four seeded nations are through to the semi-finals
place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth; "She sowed sunflower seeds"
seed change
An eggcorn for "sea change"
seed coat
The protective outer cover of a seed
seed corn
Seed that is saved from one year's harvest for the subsequent year's planting, rather than being used to make flour etc
seed drill
A type of sowing machine
seed fern
A plant of the ancient order Cycadofilicales, which had fronds like a fern and naked seeds
seed fill
A flood fill
seed fills
plural form of seed fill
seed grain
Grain seed saved from one year's harvest for the subsequent year's planting
seed leaf
first leaf/leaves a seed plant's embryo develops
seed leaves
plural form of seed leaf
seed money
Money used to set up a new business venture
seed moneys
plural form of seed money
seed monies
plural form of seed money
seed pearl
A tiny, often irregular pearl
seed pearl
Some minute pearls worked into a bedding
seed pearls
plural form of seed pearl
seed pit
A single seed in the center of a cherry, peach, plum, olive, avocado or other fruit
seed plant
A plant which reproduces by breading seeds in the wide sense of the term, including spores etc

The typical ('higher') seed plants are called Spermatophyta.

seed plants
plural form of seed plant
seed stock
Any source of new (notably young) individuals

Sustainable hunting and fishing cares as much for its seed stock as for catch or haul.

seed stock
Any supply for planting in general

The estate's present seed stock comprises seedlings, bulbs and various nuts.

seed stock
A stock of seed
seed vessel
The ripened and otherwise modified wall of a plant ovary
seed vessels
plural form of seed vessel
seed financing
(Finans) The first financing that a start-up company receives from a venture capital firm or from an angel investor (a wealthy individual who provides capital to very small start-up companies or entrepreneurs). Usually the amount of funds are under $10 million. Seed financing typically goes to very young companies that have a product under development or an idea that they want to create, but are a long way away from having an actual product to sell and being able to earn revenues in the market. Also called first round or initial financing
seed a cloud
drop a substance into clouds in order to induce rainfall
seed bank
A central facility for the storage of seeds representing a diversity of species and genetic strains, especially of domestic plants and their wild relatives1
seed bank
place where seeds are stored for short-term use in farming or for long-term preservation
seed bank
The population of viable dormant seeds that accumulates in and on soil and in sediments under water
seed bank
The total amount of seed in a soil; it can be described horizontal or vertical in the profile of the soil
seed bank
The accumulated seed lying dormant but potentially viable at a given site Some species will build up extensive seed banks in anticipation of the arrival of optimal germination conditions while others bank little or nothing
seed bank
Collection of seeds available for germination in the soil
seed bank
- (1) The ungerminated but VIABLE seeds that lie in the soil (2) An artificial store in which seeds are kept usually as a means to ensure that particular species may be conserved
seed bank
The total seed presence in the soil
seed bank
a facility designed for the ex-situ conservation of individual plant samples through seed preservation and storage
seed beetle
a small beretle that infests the seeds of legumes
seed cake
A sweet cake or cookie containing aromatic seeds
seed capital
Equity and loan capital provided for a new and/or existing business undertaking by persons other than the proprietors
seed capital
Seed capital is an amount of money that a new company needs to pay for the costs of producing a business plan so that they can raise further capital to develop the company. I am negotiating with financiers to raise seed capital for my latest venture. seed money
seed capital
An amount transferred from the programme to the VO for investment to productive purposes by the VO members This fund is used as revolving fund by the VO
seed capital
Seed capital is investment contributed at a very early stage of a new venture, usually in relatively small amounts It comes even before what they call "first round" venture capital
seed catalog
a list advertising seeds and their prices
seed coat
= testa; the outer protective covering of the seed Covers the endosperm of the seed except at the mycropylar end
seed coat
coating of a seed, shell of a seed
seed coat
The integuments of the ovule, which are the ovule's old coverings, harden and become the seed's protective coat
seed coat
The outer protective covering of a seed
seed coat
- the tough outside part found on many seeds
seed coat
protective outer layer of seeds of flowering plants
seed corn
good quality seeds (as kernels of corn) that are reserved for planting
seed corn
Seed corn is money that businesses spend at the beginning of a project in the hope that it will eventually produce profits. The scheme offers seed corn finance with loans at only 4% interest
seed down
place grass seed, plant grass seeds
seed drill
{i} shallow furrow where seeds are sowed; tool for planting seeds
seed fern
an extinct seed-producing fernlike plant of the order Cycadofilicales (or group Pteridospermae)
seed lac
granular material obtained from stick lac by crushing and washing
seed leaf
{i} cotyledon, primary leaf produced by a seed
seed lobe
{i} cotyledon; seed leaf
seed money
A grant or contribution used to start a new project or organisation
seed money
{i} (British) money required or provided to enable the development and set up of a business venture or new project; initial funds provided by venture capitalist to finance a new business (Finance)
seed money
Seed money is money that is given to someone to help them start a new business or project. Money used or needed to set up a new business or enterprise. 'seed .capital the money you have available to start a new business
seed money
A grant of contribution used to start a new project or organization
seed money
A grant or contribution used to start a new project or organization
seed money
A grant or contribution used to start a new project or organization Seed grants may cover salaries and other operating expenses of a new project
seed money
First money put into a start-up
seed money
The first round of capital for a start-up business Seed money usually takes the structure of a loan or an investment in preferred stock or convertible bonds, although sometimes it is common stock Seed money provides startup companies with the capital required for their initial development and growth Angel investors and early-stage venture capital funds often provide seed money
seed money
- Type of funding used to help start a new project or organization
seed money
Grants to start, establish, or initiate new projects or organizations; may cover salaries and other operating expenses of a new project Also called "startup funds "
seed money
The first contribution by a venture capitalist toward the financing of a new business, often using a loan or purchase of convertible bonds or preferred stock
seed money
Limited-size contributions given prior to the primary campaign period to prospective candidates who are in the process of raising qualifying contributions or exploring the feasibility of running for office
seed money
a small grant for the purpose of getting a project started; it is assumed that the project will be able to attract additional external funds following the "seed grant" period
seed money
Funds awarded to start up a project with the purpose of finding permanent financing from other sources
seed money
The combination of founder capital and love money Generally, the amount of seed money raised is small and is suitable for early stage financing
seed money
Funds used to start a new business or to finance a new venture by an existing firm
seed money
capital needed to set up a new business or enterprise
seed of Abraham
descendants of Abraham
seed of evil
beginning of pain and suffering, start of an evil empire
seed oil
{i} oil extracted from plant seeds
seed oyster
A young oyster, especially one suitable for transplanting to another bed; a spat
seed oyster
a young oyster especially of a size for transplantation
seed pearl
A very small, often imperfect pearl. a very small and often imperfect pearl
seed pearl
tiny pearl, miniature pearl
seed pearl
a small imperfect pearl
seed plant
plant which produces seeds
seed plant
A seed-bearing plant. or spermatophyte Any of the flowering plants (angiosperms) and the conifers and related plants (gymnosperms). Seed plants share many features with ferns, including the presence of vascular tissue (see xylem and phloem), but unlike ferns, they have stems that branch sideways and vascular tissue that is arranged in strands (bundles) around the core. Seed plants have generally more complex plant bodies and reproduce via seeds. As the main dispersal unit of seed plants, the seed represents a significant improvement over the spore, with its limited capacity for survival. Seed plants also differ from ferns in having gametophytes that are reduced in size and are embedded in the sporophytes (and thus are less vulnerable to environmental stress). Another land-based adaptation of seed plants is pollen dispersed by wind or animals. The dispersal of pollen, in addition to dispersal of seeds, promotes genetic recombination and distribution of the species over a wide geographic area
seed plot
{i} piece of land where seeds are sowed to grow plants for transplanting; nursery
seed shrimp
tiny marine and freshwater crustaceans with a shrimp-like body enclosed in a bivalve shell
seed stock
a supply of seeds (or tubers) reserved for planting
seed tick
The tiny six-legged larva of a tick, smaller than the eight-legged nymph
seed vessel
pod which contains seeds
seed weevil
Any of various small beetles of the family Bruchidae whose larvae bore into and feed on the dried seeds of peas, beans, and similar plants
seed-bed
place from growing young plants, plant nursery, place to tend to plant sprouts
seed-corn
{i} grain of good quality that is kept to be used as seeds; corn kernels; good investment which is expected to produce good profits in the future (British usage); wart that grows on the sole of the foot (Medicine)
sesame seed
small oval seeds of the sesame plant
apple seed
The seed of the fruit of the Malus domestica (apple) tree
ate one's seed corn
Simple past of eat one's seed corn
ate the seed corn
Simple past of eat the seed corn
bad seed
A genetic source of bad behavior or other results
celery seed
The seed of the plant celery, used as a seasoning in cooking
crack seed
Any of a variety of Hawaiian snacks made from preserved fruit
eat one's seed corn
To consume what is meant for investment instead
eat the seed corn
To consume what is meant for investment instead
eaten one's seed corn
Past participle of eat one's seed corn
eaten the seed corn
Past participle of eat the seed corn
eating one's seed corn
Present participle of eat one's seed corn
eating the seed corn
Present participle of eat the seed corn
eats one's seed corn
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eat one's seed corn
eats the seed corn
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eat the seed corn
fern seed
The asexual, dustlike spores of a fern which resemble seeds

Superstition held fern seed renders one invisible.

go to seed
To pass from flowering or ripening to the formation of seeds

Wild tomatoes, which had gone to seed or been remorselessly hoed out from the beginning of Berande, were foraged for salads, soups, and sauces.

go to seed
To deteriorate; to decline into an unkempt or debased condition

But suppose I hang about till eighty and die a childish old gentleman with a mind all gone to seed.

naked seed
A gymnosperm seed, which isn't enclosed in a plant ovary

Most seedeaters have strong, typically shaped bills.

radon seed
a small glass or gold tube, containing radon gas, implanted in a patient as radiotherapy
random seed
A number or vector used to initialize a pseudorandom number generator
seeded
Simple past tense and past participle of seed
seeded
being a seed, being in a seed position
seeding
The arrangement of positions in a tournament
seeding
Present participle of seed
spill one's seed
To masturbate or to ejaculate when the penis has been withdrawn from one's partner

She thinks of the shame of her husband, having to spill his seed into a plastic bottle.

Psyllium seed husks
(isim) (Psyllium seed husks, also known as ispaghula, isabgol, or psylliu) Portions of the seeds of the plant Plantago ovata, (genus Plantago), a native of India and Pakistan
hemp seed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) The seed of hemp, particularly as used for fishing bait
seeding
(Bilgisayar) When a file is new, much time can be wasted because the seeding client might send the same file piece to many different peers, while other pieces have not yet been downloaded at all. Some clients, like ABC, Vuze, BitTornado, TorrentStorm, and µTorrent have a "super-seed" mode, where they try to only send out pieces that have never been sent out before, theoretically making the initial propagation of the file much faster. However the super-seeding becomes less effective and may even reduce performance compared to the normal "rarest first" model in cases where some peers have poor or limited connectivity. This mode is generally used only for a new torrent, or one which must be re-seeded because no other seeds are available
A seed
seminal
seeded
having the seeds extracted; "seeded raisins
seeded
(of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds
seeded
having seeds as specified; "many-seeded"; "black-seeded"
seeded
past of seed
seeded
(of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds having or supplied with seeds; "a seeded breadfruit"; "seeded rolls"
seeded
sprinkled with seed; "a seeded lawn"
seeded
having the seeds extracted; "seeded raisins"
seeded
having or supplied with seeds; "a seeded breadfruit"; "seeded rolls"
seeding
Placing of good players in tournament competition so that they do not meet in early round play
seeding
Purchase seed at least 1 week before planting and germinate it in your refrigerator
seeding
Deliberately placing dummy names on your mailing list to track its usage
seeding
1 The introduction of atoms, such as sodium, with a low ionization potential into a hot gas for the purpose of increasing the electrical conductivity
seeding
Process in electroless copper deposition, where the sensitised board is dipped into an acidic solution of palladium chloride
seeding
{i} act of sowing seeds, act of planting seeds
seeding
The special case of initiation of ice crystal formation in undercooled water or aqueous solutions by the introduction of ice crystals
seeding
{s} producing seeds, bearing seeds
seeding
Racing : Lineup order for the main event
seeding
A source of development for growth
seeding
A method for ensuring that two or more routers agree about which physical networks correspond to which network numbers and zone names There are three options: non-seeding, soft seeding, and hard seeding Seeding can often be set separately for each router port See also hard seeding, non-seeding, seed router, and soft seeding
seeding
Planting of dummy names in a mailing list to check usage, delivery, or unauthorized reuse
seeding
A system of ranking players entering a tournament so that the best players do not play against each other immediately This prevents the most skilled players from being eliminated too early in the competition
seedless
A seedless fruit has no seeds in it. seedless grapes. seedless fruit has no seeds in it
seedless
Without seed or seeds
seedless
{s} lacking seeds, not containing seeds
seedless
lacking seeds; "seedless grapefruit
seedless
Not having seeds or not having noticeable seeds
seedless
lacking seeds; "seedless grapefruit"
seeds
Seeds are tiny air bubbles trapped in the glass They can be caused by either impurities in the glass or an underheated furnace >
seeds
Minute bubbles of gas, usually occurring in groups
seed
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