spoon

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kaşık

Oluklu kaşıklar geleneksel pelin ayininde belirli bir role sahiptir.Onlar bir adet küp şekeri soğuk suyla bardaklarının içine eritmek için küp şekeri bardağın üstünde tutmak için kullanılır. - Slotted spoons have a particular role in the traditional absinthe ritual. They are used to hold a sugar cube over a glass as one dissolves it into her drink with cold water.

Masuo kaşıkları eğebilir. - Masuo can bend spoons.

{f} çıkmak
{f} kaşıkla al
kaşıkla almak
kaşıklamak
{f} oynaşmak
(Tekstil) ayırma kepçesi
{f} out -i kaşıkla dağıtmak
(Tıp) Yara üzerindeki nekroze dokuları veya cerarahtil kısımları oyup çıkarmada kullanılan kaşık şeklinde cerrah aleti, kaşık
{i} divane
{f} (up) kaşıklamak, kaşıkla yemek
{i} kaşık şeklinde balık yemi
{i} zoka
{f} zoka ile balık avlamak
{i} kepçe
{f} flört etmek
{f} zevzeklik etmek
{i} aşık
{i} golf sopası
{f} into kaşıkla -e dökmek/aktarmak
numune alıcı
spoon up
kaşıklamak
spoon bit
kaşık matkabı
spoon eared
Kepçe kulak
spoon rest
kaşıklık
spoon with someone
İki sevgili üst üste konan iki kaşık gibi biri diğerinin arkasında sarılıp yatmak veya oynaşmak
spoon-feed
Birine kendine hiç iş düşmeyecek şekilde ihtiyacı olanın hepsini vermek ya da yardım etmek
spoon-feed
Kaşıkla beslemek
spoon bait
kaşık zoka
spoon bait
kaşık şeklinde balık yemi
spoon drill
kaşık matkabı
spoon fed
şımartılmış
spoon fed
kaşıkla beslenen
spoon fed
devletçe desteklenen (sanayi)
spoon fed
devletten teşvik alan
spoon feeding
kaşık ile besleme
spoon feeding
kaşık ile beslenme
spoon into
kaşıkla dökmek
spoon into
kaşıkla aktarmak
spoon meat
ezme
spoon meat
lapa
spoon meat
bebek maması
spoon of tongue
(Arılık) dil kepçesi
spoon of tongue
(Arılık) dil pabucu
spoon out
kaşıkla almak
spoon out
kaşıklamak
spoon out
kaşıkla dağıtmak
spoon sample
kaşık numunesi
spoon up
kaşıkla almak
split spoon
yarık kaşık
table spoon
yemek kaşığı
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
(Ev ile ilgili) Doğuştan zengin olmak
spoons
kaşıklar

Metal kaşıklar, genellikle paslanmaz çelikten imal edilmiştir. - Metal spoons are generally made of stainless steel.

Bütün kaşıkları nereye koydun? - Where have you put all the spoons?

coffee spoon
tatlı kaşığı
dessert spoon
tatlı kaşığı
feed with a spoon
kaşıkla besle
greasy spoon
kalitesiz lokanta
greasy spoon
yağlı kaşık
iced tea spoon
buzlu çay kaşığı
sampling spoon
numune kaşığı
serving spoon
servis kaşığı
sugar spoon
şeker kaşığı
Chinese spoon
Çin kaşığı
be born with a silver spoon in one´s mouth
k. dili zengin bir ailenin çocuğu olmak
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
kadir gecesi doğmuş
coffee spoon
şeker kaşığı
feed with a spoon
bir kaşık ile besleme
greasy spoon
Ucuz ve pis lokanta
sampling spoon
numune kaşığı, örnek alma kaşığı
slotted spoon
oluklu kaşık

Oluklu kaşıklar geleneksel pelin ayininde belirli bir role sahiptir.Onlar bir adet küp şekeri soğuk suyla bardaklarının içine eritmek için küp şekeri bardağın üstünde tutmak için kullanılır. - Slotted spoons have a particular role in the traditional absinthe ritual. They are used to hold a sugar cube over a glass as one dissolves it into her drink with cold water.

slotted spoon
Süzgeçli büyük kaşık
soup spoon
çorba kaşığı
spooned
gezdirilir
spoonful
kaşık dolu

Tom kavanozdan bir kaşık dolusu fıstık ezmesi yemekten hoşlanıyor. - Tom likes to eat spoonfuls of peanut butter right out of the jar.

Tom bir kaşık dolusu fıstık ezmesi yedi. - Tom ate a spoonful of peanut butter.

wooden spoon
Tahta kaşık

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

Ben bir tahta kaşık almak istiyorum. - I'd like to buy a wooden spoon.

a spoon
kaşık kepçesi bowl of
caddy spoon
çay kaşığı
coffee spoon
(Gıda) kahve kaşığı
could i have a clean spoon
temiz bir kaşık alabilir miyim
greasy spoon
(Argo) küçük ve ucuz restorant
ladle spoon
(Gıda) kepçe kaşığı
measuring spoon
ölçü kaşığı
medicine measuring spoon
(Tıp) ilaç ölçü kaşığı
sampling spoon
numune alma kaşığı
sampling spoon
örnek kaşığı
sampling spoon
örnek alma kaşığı
silver spoon
gümüş kaşık
spoonful
(isim) kaşık dolusu
spoonful
{i} kaşık dolusu

Tom kavanozdan bir kaşık dolusu fıstık ezmesi yemekten hoşlanıyor. - Tom likes to eat spoonfuls of peanut butter right out of the jar.

Tom bir kaşık dolusu fıstık ezmesi yedi. - Tom ate a spoonful of peanut butter.

spoonful
kaşıklık
spoonfuls
kaşık dolusu
wooden spoon
sonuncuya verilen ödül
wooden spoon
karpuz kabuğundan madalya
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To lie nestled together front to back in a manner reminiscent of spoons laid side by side in a drawer; usually has a mild sexual connotation
A type of metal lure resembling the concave head of a table spoon
An implement for stirring food while being prepared; a wooden spoon
To turn to port and starboard erratically for short periods of time, as a sailing boat does when heading nearly into a wind that varies direction slightly
A simpleton, a spooney
An implement for eating or serving; a scooped utensil whose long handle is straight, in contrast to a ladle
To flirt; to make advances, to court someone, to interact romantically or amorously with someone

Do you think we spoon and do? We only talk.

A spoon excavator
A measure that will fit into a spoon; a spoonful
A wooden-headed golf club with moderate loft, similar to the modern three wood
chorn
{n} a kind of ladle to eat liquids with
If you think that someone has a lot of advantages because they have a rich or influential family, you can say that they have been born with a silver spoon in their mouth. She was born with a silver spoon in her mouth and everything has been done for her. to move food with a spoon spoon sth into/over/onto sth
Anything which resembles a spoon in shape; esp
In croquet, golf, etc
You can refer to an amount of food resting on a spoon as a spoon of food. tea with two spoons of sugar
Fig
A spoon is an object used for eating, stirring, and serving food. One end of it is shaped like a shallow bowl and it has a long handle. He stirred his coffee with a spoon
To take up in, or as in, a spoon
A simpleton; a spooney
to spoon a ball
An implement consisting of a small bowl (usually a shallow oval) with a handle, used especially in preparing or eating food
as much as a spoon will hold; "he added two spoons of sugar"
scoop up or take up with a spoon; "spoon the sauce over the roast"
To fish with a spoon bait
{i} utensil that has a shallow bowl and a handle (for eating, serving, stirring, etc.)
This is the bit of the oar that you stick in the water It can be either macon or asymmetric in shape (the Dreissigacker Big Blade being the most well known asymmetric blade)
If you spoon food into something, you put it there with a spoon. He spooned instant coffee into two of the mugs see also greasy spoon, slotted spoon, soup spoon, wooden spoon
snuggle and lie in a position where one person faces the back of the others
To act with demonstrative or foolish fondness, as one in love
a piece of cutlery with a shallow bowl-shaped container and a handle; used to stir or serve or take up food formerly a golfing wood with an elevated face as much as a spoon will hold; "he added two spoons of sugar"
to push or shove (a ball) with a lifting motion, instead of striking with an audible knock
archaic term for a 3 wood or more lofted wood Example: Though "spoon" is an archaic term, I have seen a few modern day clubs with that name
A wooden club with a lofted face
to turn to port and starboard erratically for short periods of time, as a sailboat does when heading nearly into a wind that varies direction slightly
(Fishing), a spoon bait
a piece of cutlery with a shallow bowl-shaped container and a handle; used to stir or serve or take up food
A spoon tool has a convex round cutting edge and cuts a concave profiled flute or spoon cut
to lie nested together, in a manner reminiscent of stacked spoons; usually has a sexual connotation
to have a nervously ambivalent romantic rendez-vous, as young people had during the age of chaperones, from turning ones head toward and away from the other person as the sailing ship did
To catch by fishing with a spoon bait
{f} take up in a spoon, transfer in a spoon; eat with a spoon; behave in an affectionate or sentimental manner (Informal)
The traditional name for a lofted fairway wood, the equivalent of the modern 3-wood
scoop up or take up with a spoon; "spoon the sauce over the roast
formerly a golfing wood with an elevated face
A three-wood
Another name for a 3 wood
A utensil used to dissolve and heat substances before injecting
spoon bowls
plural form of spoon bowl
spoon excavator
A curette with hooklike ends used to remove soft carious decay in dentistry
spoon excavators
plural form of spoon excavator
spoon lure
An oblong, concave lure, usually of metal or shell, shaped like the bowl of a spoon
spoon lures
plural form of spoon lure
spoon-bowl
A food container, including a spoon, designed for use by astronauts
spoon-feed
To deliver information in as basic a manner as possible
spoon-feed
To overly pamper or indulge someone, so that they do not act or think for themselves
spoon-feed
To help somebody (usually a baby) to eat using a spoon
spoon with someone
(deyim) (of two lovers) lie close together sideways and front to back, so as to fit together like spoons and behave in an amorous way
spoon bread
soft bread made of cornmeal and sometimes rice or hominy; must be served with a spoon (chiefly Southern)
spoon bread
A soft light bread made with cornmeal, eggs, butter, and milk, baked in a bowl
spoon bread
baked corn bread served as a side dish to meat; fritters that were fried after being placed in oil with a spoon
spoon up
raise in a spoon, pick up with a spoon
spoon-fed
given to eat with the use of a spoon; fed with a spoon; spoiled, not independent
spoon-feed
disapproval If you think that someone is being given too much help with something and is not making enough effort themselves, you can say they are being spoon-fed. Students are unwilling to really work. They want to be spoon-fed
spoon-feed
disapproval If you say that someone is spoon-fed ideas or information, you mean that they are told about them and are expected to accept them without questioning them. They were less willing to be spoon-fed doctrines from Japan
spoon-feed
If you spoon-feed a small child or a sick person, you feed them using a spoon. It took two years for me to get better, during which time he spoon-fed me and did absolutely everything around the house
spoon-feed
provide all the answers, present material that has already been worked through
apostle spoon
a spoon (usually silver) with an image of an Apostle or other Christian religious figure as the termination of the handle
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
born rich or in a wealthy family

He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and probably never had to work a day in his life.

deflagrating spoon
A long-handled spoon with a cover, lowered into a glass vessel filled with a gas to demonstrate deflagration

Take a deflagrating spoon. This is a little brass ladle, attached to the end of an iron wire. It is very commonly used for burning things in gases, for which purpose it is best to push the wire through a flat bung, protected on the lower side by a piece of tin-plate, which may prevent the gas from passing out of the bottle.

egg and spoon race
A race in which competitors must carry an egg on a small spoon and race to the finish line without dropping the egg
egg and spoon races
plural form of egg and spoon race
gag me with a spoon
An expression of disgust

Whatever! I pretend to stick my finger in my mouth and make a choking sound of mock disgust at Beth's compliment. Like gag me with a spoon! I laugh.

greasy spoon
An inexpensive diner or other informal restaurant, especially one specializing in frying or grilling

We found a good little greasy spoon down a side street.

love spoon
An ornately carved spoon, sometimes with double bowl, traditionally made from a single piece of wood by young men, especially in Wales, as a love token for a sweetheart
runcible spoon
A fork-like spoon that has a cutting edge

But the Baudelaires accepted their bowls of ceviche, as well as the strange utensils Friday handed them, which were made of wood and looked like a combination of a fork and a spoon.They're runcible spoons, Friday explained. We don't have forks or knives in the colony, as they can be used as weapons..

silver spoon
Wealth passed down or inherited

He was born with a silver spoon and an upturned nose, he didn't lose the latter when he squandered the former.

spooner
Person who engages in kissing and petting
spoonful
the amount that a spoon will hold, either level or heaped
spoons
a child's card game
spoons
plural form of spoon
sugar spoon
A spoon, similar in size and shape to a teaspoon, used for serving granulated sugar
wooden spoon
A spoon made from wood
wooden spoon
An ironic prize for finishing last in a competition
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
(Ev ile ilgili) Born into a wealthy family
spoonful
{n} as much as spoon can hold at once
born with a silver spoon in your mouth
(Atasözü) Have a high social position and wealth from birth
A spoon
cochleare
A spoon
gobstick
born with a silver spoon in his mouth
person who will not have to try very hard in order to acquire material wealth
dessert spoon
small spoon used for dessert
dessert spoon
a spoon larger than a teaspoon and smaller than a tablespoon
greasy spoon
a small restaurant specializing in short-order fried foods
greasy spoon
A greasy spoon is a small, cheap, unattractive café that serves mostly fried food. A small, inexpensive, often unsanitary restaurant. a small cheap restaurant that mainly serves fried food
iced-tea spoon
a teaspoon with a long handle
runcible spoon
a fork-like spoon with a cutting edge; coined by Edward Lear
salt spoon
{i} small spoon for taking salt at the table
silver spoon
the inherited wealth of established upper-class families; "he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth"; "she is the daughter of old money from Massachusetts
silver spoon
Inherited wealth
slotted spoon
A slotted spoon is a large plastic or metal spoon with holes in it. It is used to take food out of a liquid. a large spoon with holes in it
small spoon
teaspoon, miniature spoon
soup spoon
{i} large spoon for eating soup
soup spoon
A soup spoon is a spoon used for eating soup. The bowl-like part at the end of it is round. a round spoon that is used for eating soup
spooned
past of spoon
spoonful
as much as a spoon will hold; "he added two spoons of sugar"
spoonful
{i} contents of a spoon, as much as a spoon can hold
spoonful
Hence, a small quantity
spoonful
The quantity which a spoon contains, or is able to contain; as, a teaspoonful; a tablespoonful
spoonful
You can refer to an amount of food resting on a spoon as a spoonful of food. He took a spoonful of the stew and ate it. the amount that a spoon will hold spoonful of
spoonfuls
Plural of spoonful
spooning
present participle of spoon
spooning
{i} sentimental and affectionate behavior, courting
spoons
a pair of spoons used as a musical instrument by tapping them on parts of the body
spoons
Third person singular simple present of to spoon
spoons
a childs card game
spoons
plural of spoon
spoonsful
{i} number of full spoons, amount a spoon can hold
sugar spoon
a spoon for serving sugar; often made in the shape of a seashell
wooden spoon
a spoon made of wood
wooden spoon
a booby prize consisting of a spoon made of wood
wooden spoon
If someone gets the wooden spoon, they come last in a race or competition. Jarvis took the wooden spoon in the first tournament
wooden spoon
A wooden spoon is a spoon that is used for stirring sauces and for mixing ingredients in cooking. It is made of wood and has a long handle
wooden spoon
a spoon made of wood a booby prize consisting of a spoon made of wood
spoon

    Турецкое произношение

    spun

    Произношение

    /ˈspo͞on/ /ˈspuːn/

    Этимология

    [ 'spün ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English spone (“spoon, chip of wood”) from Old English spón (“sliver, chip of wood”), from common Germanic *spē-nu-, derived from Proto-Indo-European *spē- (“length of wood”). Possible cognates include Greek σφήν (sphēn, “wedge”).

    Времена

    spoonfuls, spooning, spooned

    Слово дня

    manitou
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