silkmek

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silkmek teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

silk
A fine, soft cloth woven from silk fibers

I had a small square of silk, but it wasn't enough to make what I wanted.

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The gown worn by a Senior (i.e. Queen's/King's) Counsel
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A fine fiber excreted by the silkworm or other arthropod (such as a spider)

The silk thread was barely visible.

silk
a Senior (i.e. Queen's/King's) Counsel
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{a} made of or dressed in silk, soft
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The fine, soft thread produced by various species of caterpillars in forming the cocoons within which the worm is inclosed during the pupa state, especially that produced by the larvæ of Bombyx mori
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Continuous filament produced by the larvae of various insects, especially mith caterpillars, when constructing their cocoons
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Hence, thread spun, or cloth woven, from the above-named material
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a fabric made from the fine threads produced by certain insect larvae
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The only natural fiber which comes in a filament (endless) form When the silkworm begins its spinning, two filaments are emitted producing what is known as the Cocoon Up to 1600 yards of thread can be reeled from the cocoon Learn more about natural fibers Examples in our line: ‘Butterfly’, 14%Silk, 66%Modal and 20% Polyester , for wall, draperies and wrapped panels
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Silk is a substance which is made into smooth fine cloth and sewing thread. You can also refer to this cloth or thread as silk. They continued to get their silks from China Pauline wore a silk dress with a strand of pearls. Animal fibre produced by certain insects as building material for cocoons and webs. In commercial use it refers almost entirely to filament from cocoons produced by the caterpillars of several moth species of the genus Bombyx, commonly called silkworms. Silk is a continuous filament around each cocoon. It is freed by softening the cocoon in water and then locating the filament end; the filaments from several cocoons are unwound at the same time, sometimes with a slight twist, to form a single strand. In the process called throwing, several very thin strands are twisted together to make thicker, stronger yarn. Silk was discovered in China sometime before 2700 BC, and the secret of its production was closely guarded for millennia. Along with jade and spices, silk was the primary commodity traded along the Silk Road beginning about 100 BC. Since World War II, nylon and other synthetic fibres have replaced silk in many applications (e.g., parachutes, hosiery, dental floss), but silk remains an important luxury material for clothing and home furnishings. More than 50% of the world's silk is still produced in China
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This is the premier wedding fabric for softness, luster and beauty Silk is made from silkworm cocoons France became the most famous producer of finished silk fabric, hence the use of so many French names such as dupioni and peau de soie for silk finishes
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The only natural fiber that comes in a filament form It is woven in a shiny, soft, luxurious fabric
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The finest tubular tires are made of silk fabric Sometimes the term "silk" is used as a noun to refer to such tubulars
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A natural filament fiber produced by the silkworm in the construction of its cocoon Most silk is collected from cultivated worms; Tussah silk, or wild silk, is a thicker, shorter fiber produced by worms in their natural habitat All silk comes from Asia, primarily China
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Fine filaments of a proteinaceous material produced by the spider's spinnerets and used to create egg-sacs, line burrows and help capture prey
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The luxury natural filaments taken from the cocoons of various types of silkworms Characterized by high luster, soft hand, high tensile strength and thermal properties
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a Senior (i.e. Queens/Kings) Counsel
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A thin cloth made out of silk
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{i} fibers produced by silkworms; thread or fabric made from silk fibers; garment of silk; gown worn by a King's or Queen's Counsel; King's or Queen's Counsel (British); hairlike fibers that cover an ear of corn
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A filament secreted by a silkworm to spin a cocoon as part of its metamorphosis to a moth The term also refers to the fabric woven from this fiber
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Postcards where silk fabric is applied to the design, or the total image is printed on silk fabric, then attached to a postcard back
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the only natural fiber that comes in a filament form, reeled from the cocoon, cultivated or wild
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A fine, soft fiber spun by the silkworm as part of its cocoon Used primarily in ties and as part of shirts, sometimes in underclothing
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a fabric made from the fine threads produced by certain insect larvae fibers from silkworm cocoons provide threads for knitting
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a natural fiber with the high tensile strength produced by silk worms used in the manufacture of multifilament threads for use in weaving fine textiles and, historically, in printing screens
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{s} resembling silk; pertaining to silk; made from silk
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A protein fiber made from the cocoon of the silkworm It has been widely used for centuries to make fabric, yarn, or thread There are many different fiber types and weaves some with jacquard type patterns and raised textures used for garments and for interior purposes The quality usually depend on the length of the filaments, sericin content, defects, and type of weave used
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Screening - A process in which ink is forced through treated screens to produce a thick and even print
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fibers from silkworm cocoons provide threads for knitting
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A special type of diffusion filter that stretches the light in one direction
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The threads produced by the specialized salivary glands of a caterpillar
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Postcards where silk fabric is applied to the design, or the total image is printed on silk fabric, then attached to a postcard back See Woven in Silk
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Lighweight fabrics with natural, deep luster Shiny surface Versatile in weight and texture Long wearing
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The gown worn by a Senior (i.e. Queens/Kings) Counsel
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That which resembles silk, as the filiform styles of the female flower of maize
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A type of diffusion filter
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It is obtained from cocoons of certain species of caterpillars It is soft and has a brilliant sheen It is one of the finest textiles It is also very strong and absorbent
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Türkçe - Türkçe
Ani bir hareketle sarsmak
Ani bir hareketle sarsmak: "Sağ elini silkerek yana doğru eğildi."- P. Safa
Üstündeki şeyleri düşürmek veya temizlemek için bir şeyi kuvvetle sallamak veya sarsmak: "Eline geçen her şeyi silkip akrepler varmış gibi bakıyor."- H. R. Gürpınar
Üstündeki şeyleri düşürmek veya temizlemek için bir şeyi kuvvetle sallamak veya sarsmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) TENHIYE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) NEFZ
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Pancar
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İplik, hayt
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Şerli, ahlâksız kadın
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kurt, zi'b
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dizi, sıra
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (A) Çöğenler adı verilen havuç
SİLK
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yol, tarik
silkme
Halterde ayakları açarak halteri baş üstüne kaldırma biçimi
silkme
Ayakları açarak, halteri baş üstüne kaldırma biçimi
silkme
İri doğranmış kabak, patlıcan gibi sebzelerle yapılan et yemeği
silkme
iri doğranmış kabak veya patlıcan gibi sebzelerden yapılan yemek
silkme
Silkmek işi. İri doğranmış kabak, patlıcan gibi sebzelerle yapılan et yemeği
silkme
Silkmek işi
silkme
çeşitli sebzeler ve etle pişirilen bir tür sıcak yemek
İngilizce - Türkçe

silkmek teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

silk
ipek

İpek yumuşak ve pürüzsüzdür. - Silk feels soft and smooth.

İpek böcekleri kozalar örerler. - Silkworms spin cocoons.

silk
{i} örümcek ağı ipi
silk
{i} ipek cüppe
silk
silk vine ipek fidanı
silk
{i} kraliyet avukatı
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ipeğe benzer mısır püskülü
silk
silk hat silindir şapka
silk
{i} ipekli

O kırmızı ipeklinin metresi ne kadar? - How much does a meter of that red silk cost?

silk
ipeğe benzer örümcek ağı teli
silk
silk cocoon ipek kozası
silk
{i} satensi parlaklık
silk
silk mill ipek imalâthanesi veya tezgâhı
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Periploca graeca
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ipekli kumaş
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(Tarım) (Corn silk) Mısır püskülü
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