spice

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İngilizce - Türkçe
baharat

Bu mağaza çeşitli baharatlara sahiptir. - This store has a variety of spices.

Tom, güvece bazı ilginç baharatlar ekledi. - Tom added some interesting spices to the stew.

{i} heyecan
cazipleştirmek
baharatlamak
baharat katmak
tat veren şey
{f} baharatla

Sıcak baharatlarından dolayı Kore yemeklerinin seviyorum. - I love Korean food because of the hot spices.

Hangi baharatları kullandın? - What spices did you use?

bahar

Tom'un ete koyduğu tek baharat biberdir. - The only spice Tom puts on meat is pepper.

Bu mağaza çeşitli baharatlara sahiptir. - This store has a variety of spices.

{f} baharat koymak
{f} çeşni katmak
baharat koy
baharat gibi güzel kokan şey
{i} çeşni
spicerybaharat
lezzet veren şey
ceşni vermek
baharatlı oluş
{f} heyecan katmak
{f} ilginçleştirmek
{i} bahar, baharat. f
acılatmak
spices
baharat

Baharatlar yemeklere tat katar. - Spices improve dishes.

Tom, güvece bazı ilginç baharatlar ekledi. - Tom added some interesting spices to the stew.

spice seller
(Gıda) baharatçı
spice store
(Gıda) baharatçı
spice islands
baharat adaları
spice mixture
baharat karışımı
spice rack
baharat rafi
spice up
Baharat katmak; tatlandırmak
spice a food up
baharat katarak bir yemeği daha lezzetli yapmak
spice s.t. up
{k} ilginç bir şeyler katarak bir şeyi canlandırmak
spice selling business
baharatçılık
spiced
baharatlı
spices
bahar

Bu mağaza çeşitli baharatlara sahiptir. - This store has a variety of spices.

Hangi baharatları kullandın? - What spices did you use?

spiced
{f} baharatla

Biber ve ekşi yağ ile baharatlandırılmış sulu çorbaydı. - It was watery soup spiced with pepper and rancid oil.

variety is the spice of life
çeşitli yaşam baharat olduğunu
add spice to
{k} -i canlandırmak, -i ilginçleştirmek
spiced
{s} baharlı
spiced
baharatlanmış
spiced
kokulu
spices
baharatlar

Hangi baharatları kullandın? - What spices did you use?

Baharatlar yemeklere tat katar. - Spices improve dishes.

spices
i., çoğ. baharat, baharatlar, baharlar
the Spice Islands
bak. the Molucca Islands
İngilizce - İngilizce
Sweets, candy
plural form of spouse
Plant matter (usually dried) used to season or flavour food
Any variety of spice
To add spice or spices to
{v} to season or mix with spice
{n} a n aromatic substance used in sauces, a smatch
Species; kind
any of a variety of pungent aromatic vegetable substances used for flavoring food
which are used in cookery and to flavor sauces, pickles, etc
Roughly defined as the seeds, bark, roots, fruit or flowers of plants although herbs sometimes cross into this distinction
A vegetable production of many kinds, fragrant or aromatic and pungent to the taste, as pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, allspice, ginger, cloves, etc
If you spice something that you say or do, you add excitement or interest to it. They spiced their conversations and discussions with intrigue. Spice up means the same as spice. Her publisher wants her to spice up her stories with sex. a discovery which spiced the conversation up quite a bit
A spice is a part of a plant, or a powder made from that part, which you put in food to give it flavour. Cinnamon, ginger, and paprika are spices. herbs and spices. a row of spice jars
any of a variety of pungent aromatic vegetable substances used for flavoring food aromatic substances of vegetable origin used as a preservative make more interesting or flavorful; "Spice up the evening by inviting a belly dancer
Spice is drugs, basically Several examples are Glitterstim, Ryll, Carsunum, Lumni-spice, gree spice, and andris
nonce word, plural of spouse
aromatic substances of vegetable origin used as a preservative
Any part of a plant, other than the leaves, used in flavoring
Selected Programs for Improving Catholic Education
Spice is something which makes life more exciting. To add spice to the debate, they disagreed about method and ideology
To fill or impregnate with the odor of spices
Figuratively, that which enriches or alters the quality of a thing in a small degree, as spice alters the taste of food; that which gives zest or pungency; a slight flavoring; a relish; hence, a small quantity or admixture; a sprinkling; as, a spice of mischief
Simulation Program for Integrated Circuits Emphasis An electronic circuit simulator
{f} flavor with a spice, add a spice to; add zest to, make interesting
add herbs or spices to
make more interesting or flavorful; "Spice up the evening by inviting a belly dancer"
- Also known as ISO-15504 a standard software process assessment method along the same lines as the Capability Maturity Model (CMM)
To season with spice, or as with spice; to mix aromatic or pungent substances with; to flavor; to season; as, to spice wine; to spice one's words with wit
{i} aromatic vegetable substance used to season food, flavoring; aromatic odor, fragrance; something which adds zest or interest
(Also known as Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis ) A circuit simulation technology from Berkeley, California SPICE has been developed into software products for sale from software manufacturers such as Intusoft and OrCAD among others
To render nice or dainty; hence, to render scrupulous
The bark, root, bud, flower, or fruit of plants used primarily to season foods For example, pepper and cinnamon
the property of being seasoned with spice and so highly flavored
spice up
To make more exotic, fun or extravagant

The good sister is there to minister to his spiritual needs, the nurse is there to bind his wounds, and the prostitute is there to spice up his bland sex life.

spice up
To enhance the flavor of something by adding spice to it
Spice Girls
successful British pop rock group comprised of 4 female singers
Spice Islands
group of islands in eastern Indonesia (also known as Moluccas)
spice and herb
Dried parts of various plants cultivated for their aromatic, savory, medicinal, or otherwise desirable properties. Spices are the fragrant or pungent products of such tropical or subtropical species as cardamom, cinnamon, clove, ginger, and pepper; spice seeds include anise, caraway, cumin, fennel, poppy, and sesame. Herbs are the fragrant leaves of such plants as basil, marjoram, mint, rosemary, and thyme. The most notable uses of spices and herbs in very early times were in medicine, in the making of holy oils and unguents, and as aphrodisiacs; they were also used to flavour food and beverages and to inhibit or hide food spoilage. Trade in spices has played a major role in human history. Important early trade routes, including those between Asia and the Middle East and between Europe and Asia, were initially forged to obtain exotic spices and herbs. The 15th-century voyages of discovery were launched largely as a result of the spice trade, and in the 17th century Portugal and the British, Dutch, and French East India companies battled furiously for dominance (see British East India Co.; Dutch East India Co.; French East India Co.)
spice cake
cake flavored with spices
spice cookie
cookie flavored with spices
spice islands
a group of island in eastern Indonesia between Celebes and New Guinea; settled by the Portuguese but taken by the Dutch who made them the center for a spice monopoly, at which time they were known as Spice Islands
spice of
touch of, bit of, shade of
spice rack
a shelf used for holding containers of spice
spice rack
a rack for displaying containers filled with spices
spice tree
tree bearing aromatic bark or berries
spice up
add herbs or spices to
spice up
make more interesting or flavorful; "Spice up the evening by inviting a belly dancer"
spice up
see spice 2
five-spice powder
a ground mixture of five varieties of spice used in Chinese, East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisine
hunger is the best spice
When one is hungry, anything will taste good
spiced
Having spice added, spicy

Fred preferred spiced rum to plain.

spiced
Simple past tense and past participle of spice
five spice powder
Chinese seasoning made by grinding star anise and fennel and pepper and cloves and cinnamon
spiced
past of spice
spiced
{s} seasoned with spices
spiced
Food that is spiced has had spices or other strong-tasting foods added to it. delicately spiced sauces
spices
MASALA
spices
plural of spice
spices
Any of several vegetable substances, such as clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, pepper, etc , used to season food: spices are usually dried for use and have distinctive flavors and aromas
spices
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spicing
present participle of spice
spice