squash

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kabak

Kabak çorbasını sever misin? - Do you like squash soup?

Bu kabak kavun gibi kokuyor. - This squash smells like melon.

{f} ezmek
{i} ezme
sıkmak
izdiham
(Gıda) dolmalık kabak
bastırmak (isyan vb'ni)
(Gıda) sakız kabağı
şekerli meyveli bir içecek
ezilmiş
bastırmak
susturmak
sıkışmak
{f} ez
şap sesi
bir tür kapalı tenis oyunu
sıkıştırmak
balkabağı

Annem bugün eve en tuhaf şekilli balkabağını getirdi. - My mom brought home the weirdest-shaped squash today.

Balkabağı, iyi bir manganez, potasyum ve A, C ve E vitaminleri kaynağıdır. - Butternut squash is a good source of manganese, potassium, and vitamins A, C, and E.

meşrubat
ezilmek
meyve suyu
pelte gibi ezilmiş şey
{i} kalabalık
(Spor) Duvara karşı top fırlatılarak oynanan bir tür oyun
(Spor) Duvar tenisi

Bir ara birlikte duvar tenisi oynamalıyız. - We should play squash together sometime.

Popülerliklerine rağmen, kriket ve duvar tenisi Olimpik sporlar değildir. - Despite their popularity, cricket and squash are not Olympic sports.

{i} 1. bir odada oynanan tenise benzer bir
{f} (isyan v.b.'ni) bastırmak
sustur/sıkış/ezil/ez
{i} pelte gibi ezilmiş olma
{f} pelte haline getirmek
winter squash helvacıkabağı
{i} kalabalık [col.]
şerbet/kalabalık/ezme
Cucurbita maxima
{f} into (dar bir yere) sıkışmak
bir

Hiç bir domates ezdin mi? - Have you ever squashed a tomato?

Şimdiye kadar ilk defa bir hamam böceği ezdim. - This is the first time I've ever squashed a cockroach.

squash rackets
squash raketleri
squash racquets
squash raketleri
squash into
sıkışmak (dar bir yere)
squash ragout
(Gıda) kabak musakka
squash with chicken au gratin
(Gıda) kabak graten piliçti
squash zucchini
(Gıda) kabak dolma, kızartma
squeeze and squash
mıncıklamak
marrow squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sakızkabağı
summer squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sakızkabağı
winter squash
(Gıda) bal kabağı
yellow squash
(Gıda) balkabağı
yellow squash
(Gıda) bal kabağı
butternut squash
balkabağı
Delicata Squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Bir tür balkabağı
acorn squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Yeşil renkli kış kabağı
green squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Dolmalık kabak
pattypan squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) İspanyol enginarı
spaghetti squash
spagetti squash
summer squash
Yaz squash
white squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) İspanyol enginarı
winter squash
balkabağı
fried squash slices
(Gıda) kabak tavası
lemon squash
(Gıda) yeni sıkılmış limon suyu
lemon squash
(Gıda) sıkılmış limon suyu
lemon squash
limon şurubu
lemon squash
limonata
lemon squash
limonata konsantresi
marrow squash
sakız kabağı
orange squash
(Gıda) sıkma portakal suyu
squashed
ezik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Something soft and easily crushed; especially, an unripe pod of peas
A soft drink made from a fruit-based concentrate diluted with water

When I'm thirsty I drink squash; it tastes much nicer than plain water.

To compress or restrict into a small space; to squeeze

Somehow, she squashed all her books into her backpack, which was now too heavy to carry.

A sport played in a walled court with a soft rubber ball and bats like tennis racquets
Something unripe or soft; -- used in contempt
A place or a situation where people have limited space to move

It's a bit of a squash in this small room.

A plant and its fruit of the genus Cucurbita, or gourd kind

Note: The species are much confused. The long-neck squash is called Cucurbita verrucosa, the Barbary or China squash, C. moschata, and the great winter squash, C. maxima, but the distinctions are not clear.

A sudden fall of a heavy, soft body; also, a shock of soft bodies
A muskrat, short form of musquash
To beat or press into pulp or a flat mass; to crush
To become compressed or restricted by contact with others

We all managed to squash into Mum's tiny car.

a game played in an enclosed court by two or four players who strike the ball with long-handled rackets edible fruit of a squash plant; eaten as a vegetable any of numerous annual tendril-bearing trailing plants of the genus Cucurbita grown for their fleshy edible fruits to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition; "crush an aluminum can"; "squeeze a lemon
{n} a sudden fall, pulp, fruit, animal
{v} to make into pulp, crush, put an end to
Squash is a game in which two players hit a small rubber ball against the walls of a court using rackets
A soft drink made of citrus fruits and soda water
If someone or something is squashed, they are pressed or crushed with such force that they become injured or lose their shape. Robert was lucky to escape with just a broken foot after being squashed against a fence by a car Whole neighbourhoods have been squashed flat by shelling She made clay models and squashed them flat again
A totally passive job where one wrestler completely dominates another v t to win a squash match
a type of marrow
If you say that getting a number of people into a small space is a squash, you mean that it is only just possible for them all to get into it. It all looked a bit of a squash as they squeezed inside the small hatchback. = squeeze
any of numerous annual tendril-bearing trailing plants of the genus Cucurbita grown for their fleshy edible fruits
Squash is a drink made from fruit juice, sugar, and water. Squash is sold in bottles in a concentrated form to which you add water. a glass of orange squash. = cordial
An American animal allied to the weasel
{i} act of crushing or squeezing; something that is easily crushed; racket sport for 2 or 4 players; vine-like plant bearing edible fruit; gourd-shaped fruit that is eaten as a vegetable; concentrated drink (British)
A squash is one of a family of vegetables that have thick skin and soft or firm flesh inside. Any of various fruits of the genus Cucurbita in the gourd family, widely cultivated as vegetables and for livestock feed. The principal species are C. maxima and certain varieties of C. pepo. Summer squash is a quick-growing, small-fruited, nontrailing or bush type of C. pepo. Diverse in form, colour, and surface texture, the fruits do not store well and must be used soon after harvest (see zucchini). Winter varieties of squash, C. maxima, are long-vining, generally large-fruited, long-season types. Harvested fruits, in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and colours, can be stored many months if kept dry and well above freezing. The rinds are harder than those of summer squash and usually inedible. Examples include acorn squash and pumpkin. Native to the Americas, squash was widely cultivated by American Indians before Europeans arrived. Singles or doubles game played in a four-walled court with a long-handled racket and a rubber ball. A descendant of rackets, it probably originated in the mid-19th century at England's Harrow School. The standard international game uses a relatively soft, slow ball; hardball squash, popular in the U.S., is played on a narrower court with a harder, faster ball. The object of squash is to bounce, or rebound, the ball off the front wall in such a way as to defeat an opponent's attempt to reach and return it. squash bug squash tennis squash rackets
If people or things are squashed into a place, they are put or pushed into a place where there is not enough room for them to be. The stage is squashed into a small corner of the field. = cram
Hence, something unripe or soft; -- used in contempt
If you squash something that is causing you trouble, you put a stop to it, often by force. The troops would stay in position to squash the first murmur of trouble
a game played in an enclosed court by two or four players who strike the ball with long-handled rackets
Something soft and easily crushed; especially, an unripe pod of pease
Hence, something unripe or soft; used in contempt
A family of vegetables All but two have a thick, hard, usually inedible rind, rich tasting meat, and lots of seeds A well known if not wide-spread example is the pumpkin There are also things called summer squashes, which have edible rinds, milder meats, and usually fewer seeds An example of this type is the zucchini or courgette
When one wrestler jobs to another wrestler in a fashion that makes the winning wrestler look like he/she is dominant over the losing wrestler
A game much like rackets, played in a walled court with soft rubber balls and bats like tennis rackets
{f} crush; suppress, quell; be crushed; press, squeeze (as into a small space); make a liquid splashing sound
A ludicrously easy win over a laughably bad opponent
edible fruit of a squash plant; eaten as a vegetable
n a totally passive job where one wrestler completely dominates another v t to win a squash match
(noun) A short, one sided match usually involving a jobber who gets, well, squashed
to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition; "crush an aluminum can"; "squeeze a lemon"
squash ball
A small rubber ball used in the game of squash
squash balls
plural form of squash ball
squash court
A four-walled court used for playing squash
squash courts
plural form of squash court
squash player
Someone who competes in the sport of squash, especially at a professional level
squash players
plural form of squash player
squash racket
A type of bat used to hit the ball in the game of squash
squash rackets
plural form of squash racket
squash ball
rubber ball used in playing squash
squash bug
large black American bug that sucks sap of vines of the gourd family
squash bug
A blackish North American insect (Anasa tristis) that is destructive to squash, pumpkins, and other crops. or leaf-footed bug Any of more than 2,000 widely distributed insect species (family Coreidae), including many important plant pests. Most species are dull-coloured and more than 0.4 in. (10 mm) long. Many have enlarged, flattened extensions on the legs. The North American squash bug (Anasa tristis) is an important pest of squash, melon, and pumpkin (plants in the gourd family). It is basically yellow but is covered with black pits that make it look black. The larvae feed underground, and the piercing and sucking mouthparts of the adults enable them to attack the parts of plants that insecticides rarely penetrate
squash court
the indoor court in which squash is played
squash court
field for playing squash
squash head
explosive warhead that creates a powerful explosion
squash pie
similar to pumpkin pie but made with winter squash instead of pumpkin
squash racket
a small racket with a long handle used for playing squash
squash rackets
Singles or doubles game played in a four-walled court with a long-handled racket and a rubber ball. A descendant of rackets, it probably originated in the mid-19th century at England's Harrow School. The standard international game uses a relatively soft, slow ball; hardball squash, popular in the U.S., is played on a narrower court with a harder, faster ball. The object of squash is to bounce, or rebound, the ball off the front wall in such a way as to defeat an opponent's attempt to reach and return it
squash racquet
racquet used for playing squash
squash tennis
Singles racket game resembling squash rackets, played with an inflated ball the size of a tennis ball. Played in virtually the same court as squash rackets, squash tennis makes fewer demands on the legs in pursuing the ball but puts a greater premium on agility and quickness of foot and reflexes in turning and spinning
acorn squash
Any of several varieties of a plant, Cucurbita pepo, being a dark green winter squash having yellow to orange fresh
butternut squash
Curcurbita moschata: a vase-shaped orange-fleshed hard winter squash
orange squash
a sweetened drink, made with oranges but often containing additional flavourings, that is drunk diluted with water
pattypan squash
A summer squash notable for its small size, round and shallow shape, and scalloped edges, somewhat resembling a small toy top, or flying saucer
spaghetti squash
An oblong seed-bearing variety of {{|}}
squashed
Simple past tense and past participle of squash
squashed
suppressed or silenced
squashing
Belittling

what she hoped was a suitably imperious and squashing tone.

squashing
The act by which something is squashed; a pressing
squashing
Present participle of squash
acorn squash
(Biyoteknoloji) An acorn-shaped dark green winter squash (Cucurbita pepo) with a ridged surface and mildly sweet yellow to orange flesh
pattypan squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Pattypan squash, or white squash in Australian English, is a summer squash notable for its small size, round and shallow shape, and scalloped edges, somewhat resembling a small toy top. The name "pattypan" derives from "a pan for baking a patty." Its French name, "pâtisson," derives from a Provençal word for a cake made in a scalloped mould. The pattypan squash is also know as "cymling", "scallop squash", "custard marrow", or "custard squash"
white squash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Pattypan squash, or white squash in Australian English, is a summer squash notable for its small size, round and shallow shape, and scalloped edges, somewhat resembling a small toy top. The name "pattypan" derives from "a pan for baking a patty." Its French name, "pâtisson," derives from a Provençal word for a cake made in a scalloped mould. The pattypan squash is also know as "cymling", "scallop squash", "custard marrow", or "custard squash"
Kabocha squash
{i} type of Japanese winter squash that has a striated green rind and orange flesh
acorn squash
n. A type of winter squash shaped somewhat like an acorn and having longitudinal ridges, a variously colored rind, and yellow to orange flesh
acorn squash
small dark green or yellow ribbed squash with yellow to orange flesh
acorn squash
An oval winter squash with a ribbed, dark green skin and slightly sweet orange flesh May be eaten baked or directly from the shell The word squash comes from the Massachusetts Indian word "asquash," meaning "eaten green "
acorn squash
small dark green or yellow ribbed squash with yellow to orange flesh squash plant bearing small acorn-shaped fruits having yellow flesh and dark green or yellow rind with longitudinal ridges
acorn squash
squash plant bearing small acorn-shaped fruits having yellow flesh and dark green or yellow rind with longitudinal ridges
buttercup squash
drum-shaped squash with dark green rind marked in silver or gray plant bearing somewhat drum-shaped fruit having dark green rind with grayish markings
buttercup squash
{i} small dark green winter squash shaped like a drum with grayish markings that has a sweet yellowish orange flesh; plant that bears the fruit with dark green peel and grayish markings
buttercup squash
A type of winter squash (Cucurbita maxima) shaped somewhat like a drum and having a dark green rind marked with silver or gray and yellowish to orange flesh
butternut squash
buff-colored squash with a long usually straight neck and sweet orange flesh plant bearing buff-colored squash having somewhat bottle-shaped fruit with fine-textured edible flesh and smooth thin rind
butternut squash
{i} beige-colored winter squash shaped like a bell having an orange-yellow firm flesh; plant that bears the butternut squash
butternut squash
A type of winter squash (Cucurbita moschata) having a bell-like shape, a smooth tan rind, and edible yellow or orange flesh
butternut squash
plant bearing buff-colored squash having somewhat bottle-shaped fruit with fine-textured edible flesh and smooth thin rind
butternut squash
buff-colored squash with a long usually straight neck and sweet orange flesh
egg squash
A variety of squash with small egg-shaped fruit
hubbard squash
large football-shaped winter squash with a warty gray-green rind any of several winter squash plants producing large grayish-green football-shaped fruit with a rough warty rind
lemon squash
lemon juice, juice extracted from lemons
marrow squash
type of fruit belonging to the gourd family
marrow squash
marrow: any of various squash plants grown for their elongated fruit with smooth dark green skin and whitish flesh
marrow squash
An edible squash having very large, elongated greenish fruit
pattypan squash
round greenish-white squash having one face flattened with a scalloped edge
spaghetti squash
medium-sized oval squash with flesh in the form of spaghetti-like strings squash plant bearing oval fruit with smooth yellowish skin and tender stranded flesh resembling spaghetti
spaghetti squash
n. A variety of winter squash having a pale yellow rind and stringy flesh that when cooked can be scooped out in strands resembling spaghetti
squashed
that has been violently compressed; "the squashed looking nakedness of the fledgling birds
squashed
past of squash
squashed
that has been violently compressed; "the squashed looking nakedness of the fledgling birds"
squashed
squeezed until flattened, or until a pulp
squasher
One who, or that which, squashes
squashes
third-person singular of squash
squashes
plural of squash
squashily
in a soft crushable manner; with a squashing sound, with a liquid splashing sound
summer squash
any of various fruits of the gourd family that mature during the summer; eaten while immature and before seeds and rind harden any of various usually bushy plants producing fruit that is eaten while immature and before the rind or seeds harden
summer squash
Any of several varieties of squash, such as the crookneck or the cymling, that are eaten shortly after being picked rather than kept in storage
summer squash
any of various usually bushy plants producing fruit that is eaten while immature and before the rind or seeds harden
summer squash
any of various fruits of the gourd family that mature during the summer; eaten while immature and before seeds and rind harden
turban squash
large squash shaped somewhat like a turban usually with a rounded central portion protruding from the blossom end squash plants bearing hard-shelled fruit shaped somewhat like a turban with a rounded central portion protruding from the end opposite the stem
winter crookneck squash
a squash with a hard rind and an elongated curved neck
winter squash
any of various fruits of the gourd family with thick rinds and edible yellow to orange flesh that mature in the fall and can be stored for several months any of various plants of the species Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata producing squashes that have hard rinds and mature in the fall
winter squash
Any of several thick-rinded varieties of squash, such as the acorn squash, that can be stored for long periods. Also called hubbard squash
winter squash
{i} variety of squash which has a hard rind and firm flesh and can be stored for a long time
winter squash
any of various plants of the species Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata producing squashes that have hard rinds and mature in the fall
yellow squash
squash having yellow skin and yellowish flesh and usually elongated neck any of various squash plants grown for their yellow fruits with somewhat elongated necks
squash
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