vegetable oil

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
bitkisel yağ
sebze yağı
ayçiçeği yağı
nebati yağ
vegetable oil industry
bitkisel yağ endüstrisi
vegetable oil machine
(Tarım) nebati yağ makinesi
pure vegetable oil
(Politika, Siyaset) saf bitkisel yağ
vegetable oils
bitkisel yağlar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any oil produced from plants, such as olive oil and corn oil
Any of a wide variety of non-animal oils Most vegetable oils--with the exception of coconut and palm oils--are lower in saturated fats than are animal-derived oils
emollient, moisturizer, skin conditioner
the vegetable oil we use in our soaps is a combination of palm and soybean oils While these oils have little skin care value, when they are combined with olive and coconut oil, the soap saponifies more easily, and produces a harder bar of soap that cleans well
Oil obtained from the seeds or nuts of vegetable growth Some of these are "drying oils," such as linseed, soya, tung and oiticica, which are used as binders for oil-based paints and varnishes
emolliant, moisturizer, skin conditioner
oil which is extracted from vegetables
This is an expensive and an all-purpose blend of oils made from plant sources such as vegetables, nuts, and seeds Most vegetable oils are made from soybeans and are high in polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat but low in saturated fat
Any of various oils obtained from plants and used in food products and industrially
any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
Banaspati Fat
obtained from soybean and cotton Edible, natural moisture binders
vegetable oils
plural form of vegetable oil
vegetable oil

    Расстановка переносов

    veg·e·ta·ble oil

    Турецкое произношение

    vectıbıl oyl


    /ˈveʤtəbəl ˈoil/ /ˈvɛʤtəbəl ˈɔɪl/


    [ 'vej-t&-b&l, 've-j& ] (adjective.) 15th century. Middle English, from Medieval Latin vegetabilis vegetative, from vegetare to grow, from Latin, to animate, from vegetus lively, from vegEre to enliven; more at WAKE.

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