steams

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steam
buğu

Bu buğulanmış patates! - It is the steamed potato!

Pencereler bir şeyi tanıyamayacak kadar çok buğulanmıştı. - The windows were too steamed up to be able to recognize something.

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buhar

Normal su kullanmak zamanla buhar deliklerini tıkayacak mineral birikmesine sebep olacağı için buharlı ütülerde her zaman damıtılmış su kullan. - Always use distilled water in steam irons because using ordinary water will cause a mineral build-up over time that will clog the steam holes.

Atlar yol-silindirlerini çekerdi fakat buhar motorunun icadıyla buhar silindirleri geldi. - Horses used to pull road-rollers, but the steamroller arrived with the invention of the steam engine.

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buhar çıkarmak
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buhar salıvermek
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buğulama yapmak
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coşturmak
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güçlendirmek
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(Kimya) subuharı

Bir bulut, yoğunlaşmış subuharıdır. - A cloud is condensed steam.

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(Gıda) çayı demlemek
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buhar üretmek
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istimle hareket etmek
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su buharı
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gitmek
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buğusu çıkmak
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kuvvet
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dumanı çıkmak
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hiddet
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buğuda/buharda pişirmek
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enerji
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(isim) buhar, islim, buğu, istim; (k. dili) kuvvet, şiddet, enerji; (k. dili) hiddet
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su buhari
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(fiil) buhar salıvermek; buğulamak: buharda pişirmek; buğusu çıkmak, dumanı çıkmak, buram buram tütmek, islim halinde çıkmak; vapurla yolculuk yapmak
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istim
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{i} öfke
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buharla çalışmak
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güç
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{f} (bir şeyden) buhar çıkmak; (bir şeyden) buhar halinde çıkmak: The soup was steaming. Çorbadan buhar çıkıyordu. Our
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{i} islim, istim: The locomotive is powered by steam. Lokomotif
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steam hammer buharlı varyos
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t steam boiler buhar kazanı
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steam heat buharlı kalorifer sistemi
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{f} buğulamak
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steam engine buhar makinası
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steam shovel istimli ekskavatör
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hidde
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lokomotif

Biz şafak vakti buharlı lokomotif düdüğü ile uyandırıldık. - We were wakened by the whistle of the steam locomotive at dawn.

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su buharı,v.buhar çıkar: n.buhar
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{i} buhar: Steam was coming out of the kettle. Çaydanlıktan buhar çıkıyordu
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islim
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
third-person singular of steam
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A steam-powered vehicle
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Internal energy for motive power

After three weeks in bed he was finally able to sit up under his own steam.

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Travel by means of a steam-powered vehicle
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To travel by means of steam power

We steamed around the Mediterranean.

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To produce or vent steam
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To move with great or excessive purposefulness

If he heard of anyone picking the fruit he would steam off and lecture them.

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The vapor formed when water changes from liquid phase to gas phase
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Pent-up anger

Dad had to go outside to blow off some steam.

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To make angry

It really steams me to see her treat him like that.

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Pressurized water vapour used for heating, cooking, or to provide mechanical energy
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Old-fashioned; from before the digital age
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The mist formed by condensed vapor; visible vapor; so called in popular usage
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{n} the smoke or heat of hot liquid, vapor
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Steam is the hot mist that forms when water boils. Steam vehicles and machines are operated using steam as a means of power. In an electric power plant the heat converts water into high-pressure steam. the invention of the steam engine
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To cook by direct contact with steam
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If you steam food or if it steams, you cook it in steam rather than in water. Steam the carrots until they are just beginning to be tender Leave the vegetables to steam over the rice for the 20 minutes cooking time. steamed clams and broiled chicken
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To rise in vapor; to issue, or pass off, as vapor
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{f} expose to or treat with steam (especially in cooking); give off steam or vapor; rise in the form of steam; express anger, fume (Informal)
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{i} water vapor; vapor, mist; energy (Informal)
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very hot water
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To exhale
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Cook on a rack or in double boiler just over boiling water
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If you run out of steam, you stop doing something because you have no more energy or enthusiasm left. I decided to paint the bathroom ceiling but ran out of steam halfway through. Invisible gas consisting of vaporized water. When mixed with minute droplets of water, it has a white, cloudy appearance. In nature, steam is produced by the heating of underground water by volcanic processes and is emitted from hot springs, geysers, fumaroles, and some volcanoes. Steam also can be generated on a large scale by technological systems, such as those using fossil-fuel-burning boilers and nuclear reactors. Modern industrial society relies on steam power; water is heated to steam in power plants, and the pressurized steam drives turbines that produce electric current: thermal energy is converted to mechanical energy, which is converted into electricity
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n the vapor phase of water
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clean by means of steaming; "steam-clean the upholstered sofa"
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To cook food in steam with or without pressure
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to be covered with condensed water vapor
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If something such as a plan or a project goes full steam ahead, it progresses quickly. The Government was determined to go full steam ahead with its privatisation programme
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Steaming is a way of cooking vegetables in the steam produced by boiling water Place vegetables in a steamer that sits just above the water Cover the pot to hold the steam inside
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The elastic, aëriform fluid into which water is converted when heated to the boiling points; water in the state of vapor
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water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere
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energy; power
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to become angry; to fume; to be incensed
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To cook over, but not in, boiling water
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(Stimulated Echo Acquisition Mode) - imaging and localization sequences utilizing a stimulated echo
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To cook food on a rack or in a steamer set over boiling or simmering water in a covered pan
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emit steam; "The rain forest was literally steaming"
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To cook food on a rack or in a special steamer over a small amount of boiling water in a covered pan
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get very angry; "her indifference to his amorous advances really steamed the young man"
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To cook in water vapors, on a rack or in a steam basket, in a covered pan above boiling water
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travel by means of steam power; "The ship steamed off into the Pacific"
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To move or travel by the agency of steam
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To lose control and be prone to bad checker plays or reckless cube decisions, perhaps as a result of a series of unlucky dice rolls This may become a self-reinforcing situation: as the bad plays accumulate, the steamer views the resulting bad positions as more evidence of unfairness
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If something steams, it gives off steam. restaurants where coffee pots steamed on their burners. a basket of steaming bread rolls
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The vapor into which water is converted when heated
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If you let off steam, you get rid of your energy, anger, or strong emotions with physical activity or by behaving in a noisy or violent way. Regular exercise helps to combat unwanted stress and is a good way of relaxing or letting off steam
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cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables"
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rise as vapor emit steam; "The rain forest was literally steaming
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To generate steam; as, the boiler steams well
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A gas or mist that rises from the mouth of a freshly opened bottle of beer Irrelevant, but a mark of class
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To emit steam or vapor
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To cook food in the vapor given off by boiling water The food is placed on a rack just above the water level The pan is then covered to retain the steam
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Any exhalation
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water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables" clean by means of steaming; "steam-clean the upholstered sofa" get very angry; "her indifference to his amorous advances really steamed the young man" travel by means of steam power; "The ship steamed off into the Pacific" rise as vapor emit steam; "The rain forest was literally steaming
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Signifies deception
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A method of cooking whereby food is placed on a rack or in a special steamer basket over boiling or simmering water in a covered pan
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rise as vapor
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to cook with steam
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water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere cook something by letting steam pass over it; "just steam the vegetables"
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To expose to the action of steam; to apply steam to for softening, dressing, or preparing; as, to steam wood; to steamcloth; to steam food, etc
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    Турецкое произношение

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    Произношение

    /ˈstēmz/ /ˈstiːmz/

    Этимология

    [ 'stEm ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English stem, from Old English stEam; akin to Dutch stoom steam.

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