sandwich

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sandviç

Herhangi bir sandviç istemiyorum. - I don't want any sandwiches.

Annem sandviçleri kağıda sardı. - My mother wrapped the sandwiches in paper.

{f} sıkıştır
sandviç yapmak

Tom mutfakta sandviç yapmakla meşgul. - Tom is busy making sandwiches in the kitchen.

Sana bir sandviç yapmak için vaktim yok. - I don't have time to make you a sandwich.

iki şeyin arasına sıkıştırmak
iki şey veya madde arasına sıkıştırmak
(isim) sandviç
{f} (between) (iki şeyin) arasına sıkıştırmak
{f} arasına sıkıştırmak
sıkıştır/sandviç yap
dili önünde ve arkasında ilân levhaları asılı olan adam
sandwich man k
sandöviç
sandwich film
sandviç film
sandwich man
sırtında reklamla dolaşan adam
sandwich plate
sandviç tabağı
sandwich placement
sandviç yerleştirme
sandwich theorem
Sıkıştırma teoremi
sandwich cake
katlı pasta
sandwich in
arasına sıkıştırmak
sandwich in
sandviç yapmak
sandwich man
ilan panoları ile gezen adam
sandwich shop
sandviççi
salmon sandwich
somon sandviç
sardine sandwich
sardalyeli sandviç
sandwiches
sandviç
be one sandwich short of a picnic
(Ev ile ilgili) Aptal veya deli olmak

After talking to him for about 10 minutes I decided he was definitely one sandwich short of a picnic.

open face sandwich
tek dilim sandviç
grilled cheese sandwich made with a tortilla
ızgara peynir sandviç bir tortilla ile yapılan
knuckle sandwich
Ağıza doğru vurulan yumruk
polyurethane sandwich panel
Poliüretan sandviç panel
submarine sandwich
denizaltı sandviç
bring me a triple decker sandwich and milk, please
üç katlı sandviç ve süt lütfen
cheese sandwich
(Gıda) peynirli sandviç
chicken sandwich
tavuklu sandviç
club sandwich
karışık ve işletmeye özel sandviç
club sandwich
kulüp sandviç
club sandwich
klüp sandviç
corrugated sandwich
(Havacılık) ondüleli sandviç
ham sandwich
(isim) jambonlu sandviç
ham sandwich
{i} jambonlu sandviç

Jambonlu sandviç yemen gerektiğini düşünüyorum. - I think you should eat a ham sandwich.

Tom Mary'nin onun için yaptığı jambonlu sandviçi yiyiverdi. - Tom scarfed down the ham sandwich that Mary had made for him.

honeycomb sandwich
(Havacılık) petekli sandviç yapı
i'll just have a ham sandwich
jambonlu sandviç rica ediyorum
prepare a sandwich
sandviç yapmak
roast beef sandwich
etli sandviç
sit sandwich
sıkış tepiş oturmak, sıkışık oturmak
sit sandwich
sıkışık oturmak
triple decker sandwich
üç katlı sandviç
where can i find a sandwich shop
(isim)rede bir sandviççi bulabilirim
where can i find a sandwich shop
nerede bir sandviççi bulabilirim
İngilizce - İngilizce
an English habitational surname originating from this town
a town in Kent, south-east England, one of the historic Cinque Ports
one of several younger towns named after the town in Kent or after a person bearing the surname:
A snack formed of various ingredients between two slices of bread

cheese sandwich.

Any combination formed by layering material of one type between two layers of material of another type
To place one item between two other, usually flat, items
Of a meal or serving size that is smaller than a dinner
one of several younger towns named after the town in Kent or a person bearing the surname
{i} port town in Kent (England), one of the Cinque Ports
insert or squeeze tightly between two people or objects; "She was sandwiched in her airplane seat between two fat men"
{i} food made by placing food between two slices of bread; (British) sponge cake that consists of two or more layers with cream or jam between them
make into a sandwich
A sandwich usually consists of two slices of bread with a layer of food such as cheese or meat between them. a ham sandwich
{f} make a sandwich; place between two things
If you sandwich two things together with something else, you put that other thing between them. If you sandwich one thing between two other things, you put it between them. Sandwich the two halves of the sponge together with cream see also sandwiched. to be in a very small space between two other things be sandwiched in/between sb/sth
two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them insert or squeeze tightly between two people or objects; "She was sandwiched in her airplane seat between two fat men
Two pieces of bread and butter with a thin slice of meat, cheese, or the like, between them
two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
To make into a sandwich; also, figuratively, to insert between portions of something dissimilar; to form of alternate parts or things, or alternating layers of a different nature; to interlard
Sandwich Islands
Hawaiian Islands (an early name for the archipelago of nineteen Hawaiian Islands)
sandwich board
A person-sized, wearable billboard or advertisement consisting of two printed boards strung together so that they hang over the shoulders, thereby sandwiching the wearer
sandwich board
to advertise or campaign using a sandwich board; to wear a sandwich board
sandwich boards
plural form of sandwich board
sandwich coin
A type of sleight of hand trick whereby a coin is sandwiched between two playing cards and apparently made to vanish
sandwich compound
any compound in which a metal atom is located between the faces of two planes of atoms, especially between two rings
sandwich generation
The generation of persons who are the children of baby boomers, whose lifestyle is governed by the fact that they must simultaneously care for the needs of their children and their own elderly parents
sandwich generations
plural form of sandwich generation
sandwich tern
A species of tern, sterna sandvicensis
sandwich theorem
In calculus, the squeeze theorem (also known as the pinching theorem or the sandwich theorem, sometimes the squeeze lemma) is a theorem regarding the limit of a function. The theorem asserts that if two functions approach the same limit at a point, and if a third function is "squeezed" ("pinched", "sandwiched") between those functions, then the third function also approaches that limit at that point
Sandwich Islands
{i} archipelago of the Hawaiian Islands, group of volcanic and coral islands in central Pacific Ocean, Hawaiian Islands
sandwich board
Two large boards bearing placards, hinged at the top by straps for hanging over the shoulders with one board in front and the other behind, used for picketing or advertising. two boards with advertisements on them that hang in front and behind someone who is paid to walk around in public
sandwich board
{i} signboard made of two hinged boards bearing placards and are used for picketing or advertising
sandwich board
signboard consisting of two hinged boards that hang front and back from the shoulders of a walker and are used to display advertisements
sandwich child
middle child, child who has both older and younger siblings
sandwich course
A sandwich course is an educational course in which you have periods of study between periods of being at work. a course of study at a British college or university that includes periods spent working in industry or business
sandwich generation
A generation of people who give care to their children and their parents at the same time
sandwich man
{i} person with advertising signboards on both sides of his body, one who wears a sandwich-board on both sides of his body; one who sells sandwiches
sandwich man
A man who pickets or advertises by carrying a sandwich board
sandwich plate
a serving consisting of a sandwich or sandwiches with garnishes
sandwich shop
{i} coffee shop, eating house
Cuban sandwich
A particular kind of meat-and-cheese sandwich made on Cuban bread

We were sharing a Cuban sandwich at the bar in Chez Henri. Susan felt that Riesling was appropriate with a Cuban sandwich. I was drinking beer.

Italian sandwich
a type of sandwich consisting of French bread sliced lengthwise, filled with salami or ham with cheese and onion
Monte Cristo sandwich
A fried sandwich with ham and/or turkey, sometimes battered and often served with fruit and cream
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
A British-owned territory of inhospitable islands in the southern Atlantic Ocean
bite of the reality sandwich
A wake-up call, a reality check
club sandwich
A type of sandwich, always served as a double-decker, usually cut into quarters, traditionally made with turkey, bacon, lettuce, and tomato
egg sandwich
a fried egg between two slices of bread, optionally with tomato ketchup or brown sauce
egg sandwich
A sandwich made with hard-boiled eggs mixed with mayonnaise
ham sandwich
Something utterly commonplace, of modest value
hero sandwich
A large sandwich on a long thick bun
ice cream sandwich
A dessert consisting of a layer of ice cream between two cookies, often thin chocolate wafers
jam sandwich
A police car
knuckle sandwich
A punch to the face, especially to the mouth

Rather than an embrace, the Babe would most assuredly like to have given a knuckle sandwich to the executives of that candy corps. Or hit them over the head with his 42-ounce bat.

loose-meat sandwich
a type of sandwich with a filling of loose ground beef
melt sandwich
A type of closed sandwich with a non-cheese filling, and a layer of cheese on top which is grilled or fried until the cheese melts
open sandwich
Any dish consisting of only one slice of bread, with any topping
soup sandwich
Someone or something that is not as it should be; something disorganized or unfinished

Right now it’s all still very much a soup sandwich,” said the Army official of the ongoing planning efforts, “but we expect to trot the whole thing out in April.”.

submarine sandwich
a sandwich made on a long roll split lengthwise
tin sandwich
Term for a simple harmonica

The reason that the harmonica sometimes is called a tin sandwich is that you hold it just like a sandwich.

be one sandwich short of a picnic
(Ev ile ilgili) (humorous) If someone is one sandwich short of a picnic, they are stupid or crazy
peanut butter and jam sandwich
(Gıda) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J or peanut butter and jam sandwich in Australia and the United Kingdom) is a sandwich, popular in North America, that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jam or jelly on bread, commonly between two slices, but sometimes eaten open-faced
peanut butter and jelly sandwich
(Gıda) The peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J or peanut butter and jam sandwich in Australia and the United Kingdom) is a sandwich, popular in North America, that includes a layer of peanut butter and either jam or jelly on bread, commonly between two slices, but sometimes eaten open-faced
A sandwich
sambo
A sandwich
butty
A sandwich
sanger
Dagwood sandwich
a very large sandwich with many different kinds of meat and cheese in it
John Montagu 4th earl of Sandwich
born Nov. 13, 1718 died April 30, 1792, London, Eng. British first lord of the Admiralty (1748-51, 1771-82). He served as secretary of state for the north (1763-65, 1770-71) and led the prosecution of John Wilkes. Appointed first lord of the Admiralty during the American Revolution, he was criticized for keeping much of the British fleet in European waters to avoid French attack. His promotion of exploration led Capt. James Cook to name the Sandwich Islands (later Hawaii) after him in 1778. The sandwich was named after him in 1762 when he spent 24 hours at a gaming table without other food
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
{i} islands in the South Atlantic Ocean that are a dependent territory of the UK
South Sandwich Islands
A group of British-administered volcanic islands in the southern Atlantic Ocean east-southeast of Cape Horn. Part of the Falkland Islands Dependency, the islands were discovered in 1775
a sandwich
sarnie
bacon-lettuce-tomato sandwich
sandwich filled with slices of bacon and tomato with lettuce
chicken sandwich
a sandwich made with a filling of sliced chicken
club sandwich
made with three slices of usually toasted bread
club sandwich
A sandwich composed of two or three slices of bread with a filling of various meats, tomato, lettuce, and dressing. a large sandwich consisting of three pieces of bread with two different kinds of cold food between them
club sandwich
layered sandwich containing different fillings (meat, tomatoes, etc.)
ham sandwich
{i} sandwich containing meat from a hog's thigh
ham sandwich
a sandwich made with a filling of sliced ham
hero sandwich
{i} submarine sandwich, sub, sandwich made of a loaf of French or Italian bread cut in half lengthwise and filled with slices of meats or cheese and vegetables (lettuce, tomato, onion and condiments)
knuckle sandwich
A punch in the mouth
knuckle sandwich
{i} blow or punch to the mouth; punch in the teeth (e.g.: "I asked you to stop bothering me, are you looking for a knuckle sandwich?")
open sandwich
a single piece of bread with meat, cheese etc on top American Equivalent: open-faced sandwich
open-face sandwich
sandwich without a covering slice of bread
open-faced sandwich
a single piece of bread with meat, cheese etc on top British Equivalent: open sandwich
sandwiched
past of sandwich
sandwiched
If something is sandwiched between two other things, it is in a narrow space between them. The original kitchen was sandwiched between the breakfast room and the toilet. see also sandwich
sandwiches
third-person singular of sandwich
sandwiches
plural of sandwich
sandwiching
present participle of sandwich
submarine sandwich
a long bread roll which is split open and filled with meat, cheese etc = sub
submarine sandwich
{i} sub, hero sandwich, sandwich made of a loaf of French or Italian bread cut in half lengthwise and filled with slices of meats or cheese and vegetables (lettuce, tomato, onion and condiments)
victoria sandwich
a cake consisting of two layers of sponge cake with a jelly filling in between
western sandwich
A sandwich having a western omelet as a filling
sandwich