sugar

listen to the pronunciation of sugar
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} şeker

Lütfen bana şekeri uzat. - Please pass me the sugar.

Bu kurabiyelerdeki şekeri azaltmalılar. - They should decrease the sugar in these muffins.

şekerim

Bizim hiç şekerimiz yok. - We don't have any sugar.

Daha fazla şekerimiz yok. - We don't have any more sugar.

tatlım
{f} şeker koy

Biraz daha şeker koyun. - Put in a little more sugar.

Kahveme bir küp şeker koyun lütfen. - Please put a lump of sugar in my coffee.

şeker koymak

Tom her zaman iyi bir fincan kahveyi mahvetmenin en iyi yolunun içine krema ve şeker koymak olduğunu söylüyor. - Tom always says the best way to ruin a good cup of coffee is to put cream and sugar in it.

tatlı sözlerle yumuşatmak veya hafifletmek
sugar bowl şekerlik
{i} para
şeker kâsesi

Tom şeker kasesine uzandı. - Tom reached for the sugar bowl.

Sütü yanlışlıkla şeker kasesine döktüm. - I accidentally poured the milk into the sugar bowl.

{f} tatlı sözler etmek
{f} şeker katmak
{i} kompliman
{i} tatlı söz
{i} iltifat
sugar beet şeker pancarıBeta saccharifera
akça ağaçtan şeker çıkarmak
şekerlenmek
{f} kompliman yapmak
sugar bowl
şekerlik

Onunki gibi bir şekerlik istiyorum! - I would like a sugar bowl like hers!

brown sugar
esmer şeker
sugared
şekerli
without sugar
şekersiz

O, şekersiz kahveyi sever. - He likes coffee without sugar.

O, şekersiz kahve sever. - He likes coffee without sugar.

sugar high
çok şeker yedikten sonra ortaya çıkan rahatsızlıklar

şeker bayramında çok şeker yedikten sonra tüm gün karnım ağrıdı. I spent the day after Halloween in a sugar high.

sugar production
(Ticaret) şeker üretimi
sugar rush
çok şeker yedikten sonra ortaya çıkan rahatsızlıklar

şeker bayramında çok şeker yedikten sonra tüm gün karnım ağrıdı. I spent the day after Halloween in a sugar high.

sugar basin
şekerlik
sugar beet
şekerpancarı
sugar candy
akide şekeri
sugar cane
şekerkamışı
sugar coated
şeker kaplı
sugar cube
kesmeşeker
sugar daddy
yaşlı ve zengin hovarda
sugar factory
şeker fabrikası
sugar industry
şeker endüstrisi
sugar juice
şeker şerbeti
sugar lime
şeker kireci
sugar liquor
şeker şerbeti
sugar loaf
şeker kellesi
sugar lump
kesmeşeker
sugar man
şeker pişirici
sugar maple
akçaağaç
sugar maple
isfendan
sugar mill
şeker fabrikası
sugar of lead
kurşun asetat
sugar pine
şeker çamı
sugar refinery
şeker rafinerisi
sugar spoon
şeker kaşığı
sugar storage bin
şeker silosu
sugar syrup
şeker şerbeti
sugar the pill
göz boyamak
sugar tongs
şeker maşası
sugar beet cossettes
şekerpancarı küspesi
sugar box
şeker kutusu
sugar breaker
topak kırıcı
sugar centrifugal
şeker santrifüjü
sugar cube
kesmeseker
sugar cube press
şeker küpü presi
sugar daddy
Yaşlı ve zengin sevgili
sugar free
(Gıda) katkısız
sugar free
Şekersiz
sugar lump
kesmeseker
sugar mill technology
şeker tekniği
sugar peas
şeker bezelye
sugar pine
şeker cami
sugar snap pea
şeker snap bezelye
sugar snaps
şeker yerine oturana
sugar substitutes
şeker yerine
sugar sweet
şeker tatlı
sugar-basin
Şeker kaşesi, şekerlik
sugar-bush
şeker-bush
sugar-free
Şekersiz
sugar basin
İng. şekerlik, şeker kabı
sugar basin
şeker kutusu
sugar bowl
şekerlik, şeker kabı
sugar candy
şeker
sugar candy
şekerleme
sugar coat
şeker kaplamak
sugar coat
şekerle kaplamak
sugar coating
şeker kaplama
sugar coating
ballandırma
sugar daddy
(deyim) arkadaşlık ettiği genç kıza hediyeler yağdıran yaşlı ve zengin adam
sugar loaf
kelle şeker
sugar over
tatlı sözlerle yumuşatmak
sugar refinery
şeker fabrikası
sugar the pill
(deyim) kötü bir şeyi tatlılıkla yutturmak
sucrose sugar
(Ticaret) sakaroz şekeri
sugared
{s} ballandırılmış
beet sugar
sakaroz
cane sugar
şekerkamışı
coffee with a little sugar
(Gıda) az şekerli kahve
coffee with no sugar
(Gıda) acı kahve
cube sugar
küpşeker
fruit sugar
früktoz
invert sugar
evirtik şeker
lemon and sugar syrup
(Gıda) ağda
lump of sugar
küp şeker
powder sugar
(Gıda) pudra şekeri
powdered sugar
pudraşekeri
powdered sugar
pudraşeker
starch based sugar
(Ticaret) tatlandırıcı
affinated sugar
afine edilmiş şeker
affination sugar
afine edilmiş şeker
barley sugar
arpa şekeri
beet sugar
pancar şekeri
beet sugar factory
pancar şekeri fabrikası
beet sugar industry
pancar şekeri endüstrisi
blood sugar
kan şekeri
brown sugar
kahverengi şeker
cane sugar
şeker kamışı şekeri
cane sugar
kamış şekeri
cane sugar mill
şekerkamışı fabrikası
castor sugar
pudraşeker
chemistry of sugar
şeker kimyası
cone sugar
kelle şekeri
corn sugar
mısır şekeri
crystal sugar
kristal şeker
cuban sugar
küba şekeri
cube sugar
küp şeker
determination of sugar
şeker tayini
dried sugar beet
kuru şeker pancarı
fruit sugar
meyva şekeri
fruit sugar
meyve şekeri
granulated refined sugar
kristal rafine şeker
granulated sugar
tozşeker
grape sugar
üzüm şekeri
icing sugar
pudraşeker
invert sugar
invert şeker
liquid sugar
sıvı şeker
loaf sugar
kelle şekeri
lump sugar
kesmeşeker
malt sugar
malt şekeri
malt sugar
maltoz
maple sugar
akçaağaç şekeri
milk sugar
laktoz
milk sugar
süt şekeri
palm sugar
hurma şekeri
raw sugar
ham şeker
refine sugar
şekeri rafine etmek
refined sugar
rafine şeker
soft sugar
yumuşak şeker
spot sugar
lekeli şeker
spot sugar
benekli şeker
starch sugar
nişasta şekeri
starch sugar
glükoz
sugared
şeker katılmış
sugared
{f} şeker koy
Sugar beet
şeker pancarı
extraction of sugar
şeker elde edilmesi
first product sugar
ilk ürün şekeri
fruit sugar; levulose
meyve şekeri; levulose
introduction of powdered sugar
pudraseker çekişi
malt sugar
maltoz şekeri
percentage of sugar
şeker yüzdesi
raw sugar liquor
rafineri kleresi
remelt sugar
yeniden eritilmiş şeker
spot sugar
lekeli şeker, benekli şeker
starch sugar
nişasta şekeri, glukoz
sugarless
şekersiz
sugars
şekerler
table sugar
Sakkaroz, sukroz
white sugar factory
beyaz şeker fabrikası
with sugar
şeker ile
wood sugar
odun şekeri
sugarless
(sıfat) şekersiz
İngilizce - İngilizce
A kiss
Sucrose in the form of small crystals, obtained from sugar cane or sugar beet and used to sweeten food and drink
Effeminacy in a male, often implying homosexuality

I think John has a little bit of sugar in him.

When used to sweeten drink, an amount of such crystalline sucrose approximately equal to five grams or one teaspoon

He usually has his coffee white with one sugar.

Any of various small carbohydrates that are used by organisms to store energy
To make (something unpleasant) seem less so

She has a gift for sugaring what would otherwise be harsh words.

A generic term for sucrose, glucose, fructose, etc
A term of endearment

I'll be with you in a moment, sugar.

Used in place of shit!

Oh, sugar!.

To add sugar to; to sweeten with sugar

John heavily sugars his coffee.

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A carbohydrate with a characteristically sweet taste Sugars are classified as monosaccharides, disaccharides, or trisaccharides
do not reduce at any altitude
{n} the juce of cane reduced to a concrete state, consisting of salt and mucilage, any thing very sweet
{v} to sweeten or mix with sugar
an essential structural component of living cells and source of energy for animals; includes simple sugars with small molecules as well as macromolecular substances; are classified according to the number of monosaccharide groups they contain
a simple carbohydrate found in animal and vegetable products
If you sugar food or drink, you add sugar to it. He sat down and sugared and stirred his coffee
a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservative sweeten with sugar; "sugar your tea
Ordinary sugar is essentially sucrose
By extension, anything resembling sugar in taste or appearance; as, sugar of lead (lead acetate), a poisonous white crystalline substance having a sweet taste
See the Note below
to sugar the pill: see pill. to add sugar or cover something with sugar = sweeten. Any of numerous sweet, colourless organic compounds that dissolve readily in water and occur in the sap of seed plants and the milk of mammals. Sugars (whose names end in -ose) are the simplest carbohydrates. The most common is sucrose, a disaccharide; there are numerous others, including glucose and fructose (both monosaccharides); invert sugar (a 50: 50 mixture of glucose and fructose produced by enzyme action on sucrose); and maltose (produced in the malting of barley) and lactose (both disaccharides). Commercial production of sugars is almost entirely for food. fruit sugar corn sugar grape sugar table sugar Leonard Sugar Ray Robinson Sugar Ray Sugar Act sugar beet
1 A class of carbohydrates with a sweet taste; includes glucose, fructose, and sucrose 2 A term used to refer to blood glucose
a sweet substance, usually purchased as crystals
Type of carbohydrate chemically based on carbon, oxygen and hydrogen
Sugars are substances that occur naturally in food. When you eat them, the body converts them into energy. Plants produce sugars and starch to provide themselves with energy
a molecular subunit made up of a five membered carbon ring, many kinds, in DNA a oxygen atom is missing from the 2 position in the carbon ring, called deoxyribose
Natural substance found in tobacco, the darker the leaf, the more sugar
Compliment or flattery used to disguise or render acceptable something obnoxious; honeyed or soothing words
Cheeni Basic Kitchen Item
In making maple sugar, to complete the process of boiling down the sirup till it is thick enough to crystallize; to approach or reach the state of granulation; with the preposition off
If someone has one sugar in their tea or coffee, they have one small spoon of sugar or one sugar lump in it. How many sugars do you take? a mug of tea with two sugars
compounds that contain only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, usually in a ring structure of 5 or six carbons Common table sugar (sucrose) is the best known example, but there are other kinds of sugar; it has two molecules of the body's most common sugar, glucose
To cover with soft words; to disguise by flattery; to compliment; to sweeten; as, to sugar reproof
Sugar is a sweet substance that is used to make food and drinks sweet. It is usually in the form of small white or brown crystals. bags of sugar Ice cream is high in fat and sugar. see also caster sugar, confectioners' sugar, demerara sugar, granulated sugar, icing sugar
informal terms for money
To impregnate, season, cover, or sprinkle with sugar; to mix sugar with
{f} sprinkle with sugar, sweeten with sugar; make something seem more appealing
{i} sweet crystalline substance derived from sugar cane and sugar beets (used mainly to flavor foods); any of a number of water-soluble crystalline carbohydrates (Chemistry); darling, sweetheart
A class of carbohydrates that taste sweet Sugar is a quick and easy fuel for the body to use Types of sugar are lactose, glucose, fructose, and sucrose See also: Glucose, fructose
Food product of a plant
A sweet white (or brownish yellow) crystalline substance, of a sandy or granular consistency, obtained by crystallizing the evaporated juice of certain plants, as the sugar cane, sorghum, beet root, sugar maple, etc
sweeten with sugar; "sugar your tea"
A class of carbohydrates that taste sweet Sugar is a quick and easy fuel for the body to use
It is used for seasoning and preserving many kinds of food and drink
- Some people think adding sugar helps give the yeast a boost Sourdough yeasts receive all the nutrition they need from flour and do not need an extra sugar boost Sugar in your starter will not sweeten your dough, if you want sweeter dough add sugar when you mix the dough
a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservative
sugar alcohols
plural form of sugar alcohol
sugar apple
sweetsop, a West Indian tree or its fruit
sugar apples
plural form of sugar apple
sugar beet
A type of beet whose root contains a high concentration of sucrose
sugar beets
plural form of sugar beet
sugar bowl
A small receptacle for serving sugar on a table or on a tray
sugar bowls
plural form of sugar bowl
sugar bush
An evergreen shrub found in south-western United States of America
sugar bush
Forest dominated by sugar maples or other maples tapped for sugar
sugar candy
candy, confectionery
sugar candy
crystals of sucrose
sugar cane
A tropical grass of the genus Saccharum (especially the species Saccharum officinarum) having stout, fibrous, jointed stalks, the sap of which is a source of sugar
sugar coated
Alternative spelling of sugarcoated. (altered to seem better than it really is, made more attractive.)
sugar cookie
A cookie with granules of sugar sprinkled on the top before baking
sugar cookies
plural form of sugar cookie
sugar cube
Sugar shaped in cubes (or approximate cubes), often used for coffee or tea
sugar cubes
plural form of sugar cube
sugar daddies
plural form of sugar daddy
sugar daddy
A man who spends money for the benefit of a younger person, especially a younger woman
sugar diabetes
Diabetes mellitus

In the Southwest there are some 35 curanderos like Mr. Cruz, who says he has treated with success patients with arthritis and sugar diabetes.

sugar glider
Petaurus breviceps, an insectivorous gliding Australian arboreal marsupial
sugar gliders
plural form of sugar glider
sugar honey ice tea
shit!
sugar loaves
plural form of sugar loaf
sugar mama
An older woman who spends money on a younger man, usually in exchange for sexual favors
sugar maple
A North American hardwood, Acer saccharum, famed as the source of maple sugar and maple flavoring
sugar maples
plural form of sugar maple
sugar mice
plural form of sugar mouse
sugar mill
A machine for pressing out the juice of the sugar cane
sugar mouse
A traditional sweet, based on icing sugar, in the shape of a mouse, often fitted with a piece of string for a tail
sugar of lead
a trivial name of lead acetate; due to its sweetish taste
sugar of milk
Lactose, a disaccharide found in milk
sugar off
To reduce maple sap by boiling to make maple syrup, maple sugar or maple toffee
sugar paper
Construction paper
sugar papers
plural form of sugar paper
sugar parent
A gender-neutral variant of sugar daddy

If you want a sugar parent of your own, don't go past first base until you've received a present of some kind.

sugar pea
A vegetable pea eaten when immature, mangetout
sugar peas
plural form of sugar pea
sugar pine
Pinus lambertiana, the largest species of pine, native to California and Oregon; particularly noted for its huge, distinctive cone
sugar pines
plural form of sugar pine
sugar plums
plural form of sugar plum
sugar shack
A building where sap from a sugarbush is boiled down to make maple syrup
sugar shacks
plural form of sugar shack
sugar soap
An extremely powerful detergent used for washing surfaces prior to painting

Although modern paints cope surprisingly well over a small amount of dirt, it is far better to wash down with sugar soap first.

sugar spoon
A spoon, similar in size and shape to a teaspoon, used for serving granulated sugar
sugar substitute
A food additive that replicates the sweetness of sugar but is not sugar
sugar substitutes
plural form of sugar substitute
sugar-baker
in former times, the owner of a sugarhouse
sugar-cane
Alternative spelling of sugar cane
sugar-free
Of food, drink, medication, chewing gum, etc, not containing sugar (and usually sweetened with a sugar substitute instead)
sugar-loaf
A conical block of refined sugar, the form in which it was traditionally exported from the Caribbean and Brazil from the 17th century to the 19th century
sugar-maple
Alternative spelling of sugar maple
sugar-mill
Alternative spelling of sugar mill
sugar-plum
A round or oval sweet/piece of candy made of boiled sugar
sugar-plum
Term of endearment; sweetheart, darling
sugar-water
Attributive form of sugar water

sugar-water sweetness.

sugar high
twitchiness, spasms, and hyper excitability after consuming large amounts of sugar
sugar rush
twitchiness, spasms, and hyper excitability after consuming large amounts of sugar
sugar coat the pill
(deyim) Make something bad seem less unpleasant

Plans to improve public services are a way of sugar coating the pill of increased taxation.

sugar crash
A sugar crash or glucose crash is a concept in American folk medicine and refers to a feeling of tiredness which can occur after eating a large quantity of sugary foods
sugar the pill
(deyim) Make something bad seem less unpleasant

Plans to improve public services are a way of sugaring the pill of increased taxation.

Sugar Act
(1764) British legislation to raise revenue from North American colonies. A revision of the unenforced Molasses Act of 1733, it imposed new duties on sugar and molasses imported into the colonies from non-British Caribbean sources and provided for the seizure of cargoes violating the new rules. The act was the first attempt to recoup from the colonies the expenses of the French and Indian War and the cost of maintaining British troops in North America. The colonists objected to the act as taxation without representation, and some merchants agreed not to import British goods. Protests increased with passage of the Stamp Act
Sugar Ray Leonard
orig. Ray Charles Leonard born May 17, 1956, Rocky Mount, N.C., U.S. U.S. welterweight and middleweight boxer. Leonard was an outstanding amateur, winning 145 of 150 bouts, including a 1976 Olympic championship. He turned professional in 1977 and gained the world welterweight title in 1979 by defeating Wilfred Benítez. He lost the title to Roberto Duran in 1980 but recaptured it from him later that year. He retired in the early 1980s with a detached retina but made a comeback in 1984. In 1987 he went into the ring as a middleweight to defeat Marvin Hagler in one of boxing's great matches. He retired again in 1991. He was resoundingly defeated in a final comeback attempt in 1997. Known for his agility and finesse, he won 36 of his 39 professional matches. He later became a television commentator
Sugar Ray Robinson
a very successful US boxer who was world champion in the 1940s and 1950s, first as a welterweight (=boxer weighing between 63.5 and 66.5 kilos) , and then as a middleweight (=boxer weighing between 70 and 72.5 kilos) (1921-89). orig. Walker Smith, Jr. born May 3, 1921, Detroit, Mich., U.S. died April 12, 1989, Culver City, Calif. U.S. boxer. Robinson began boxing in high school in New York City and won all of his 89 amateur fights. He was six times a world champion, once (1946-51) as a welterweight (147 lbs) and five times (1951-60) as a middleweight (160 lbs). In 201 professional bouts, he made 109 knockouts. He suffered only 19 defeats, most when he was past
Sugar Ray Robinson
His outstanding ability and flamboyant personality made him a hero of boxing fans throughout the world, and he is sometimes considered the best fighter in history
sugar beet
beet with a large white meaty root which is used to manufacture sugar
sugar beet
form of the common beet having a sweet white root from which sugar is obtained
sugar beet
Sugar beet is a crop with a large round root. It is grown for the sugar which can be obtained from this root. A form of the common beet (Beta vulgaris) having fleshy white roots from which sugar is obtained. a vegetable that grows under the ground from which sugar is obtained. Variety of beet (Beta vulgaris) that accounts for about two-fifths of global sugar production, making it second only to sugarcane as a source of the world's sugar. Unlike sugarcane, sugar beets can be grown in temperate or cold climates in Europe, North America, and Asia; that is, within the densely populated, well-developed areas where much of the product is consumed. The sugar beet was grown as a garden vegetable and for fodder long before it was valued for its sugar content
sugar beet
white-rooted beet grown as a source of sugar
sugar beet
white-rooted beet grown as a source of sugar form of the common beet having a sweet white root from which sugar is obtained
sugar bowl
a dish in which sugar is served
sugar bowl
A sugar bowl is a small bowl in which sugar is kept. an important college football game held every year in New Orleans, Louisiana
sugar bowl
small dish or bowl for serving sugar (often accompanied by a matching spoon)
sugar bush
A grove of sugar maples used as a source of maple syrup or maple sugar. Also called sugar orchard
sugar candy
made by boiling pure sugar until it hardens
sugar candy
type of sweet in a crystalline form
sugar cane
tall tropical southeast Asian grass having stout fibrous jointed stalks; sap is a chief source of sugar
sugar cane
juicy canes whose sap is a source of molasses and commercial sugar; fresh canes are sometimes chewed for the juice
sugar cane
sub-tropical plant used to produce sugar
sugar cane
Sugar cane is a tall tropical plant. It is grown for the sugar that can be obtained from its thick stems
sugar coating
{i} sugarcoating, coating made of sugar or a sugary substance; act of covering something with sugar
sugar cookie
drop cookies sprinkled with granulated sugar
sugar cookies
sweet simple cookies made on a base of sugar
sugar cubes
crystallized sugar that is cut into tiny rectangular shapes
sugar daddy
a wealthy older man who gives a young person expensive gifts in return for friendship or intimacy
sugar daddy
A woman's sugar daddy is a rich older man who gives her money and presents in return for her company, affection, and usually sexual intercourse. Actor John Goodman played Melanie Griffith's sugar daddy in the film. A wealthy, usually older man who gives expensive gifts to a young person in return for sexual favors or companionship. an older man who gives a young person presents and money in return for their company and often for sex
sugar daddy
rich and older man who gives gifts and money to the younger woman he is wooing (Informal)
sugar diabetes
Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
sugar frosting
glossy icing for a sugar-based cake
sugar icing
glossy topping placed on cakes which is made mainly of sugar
sugar lump
Sugar lumps are small cubes of sugar. You put them in cups of tea and coffee
sugar maple
maple of eastern and central North America having 3- to 5-lobed leaves and hard close-grained wood much used for cabinet work especially the curly-grained form; sap is chief source of maple syrup and maple sugar; many subspecies
sugar maple
{i} maple tree native to North America that produces a sweet sap
sugar of milk
Lactose
sugar palm
Malaysian feather palm with base densely clothed with fibers; yields a sweet sap used in wine and trunk pith yields sago
sugar pea
A variety of snow pea cultivated for the sweetness of its crisp edible pods
sugar pine
A tall evergreen timber tree (Pinus lambertiana) of the Pacific coast of North America, having needles with white lines on the back that are grouped in fascicles of five
sugar refinery
a refinery for sugar
sugar snap pea
green peas with edible pods that are very crisp and not flat variety of pea plant producing peas having crisp rounded edible pods
sugar spoon
a spoon for serving sugar; often made in the shape of a seashell
sugar substitute
synthetic noncaloric replacement for sugar
sugar syrup
Sugar sold in a liquid form It can be found either as clear sugar syrup or as brown sugar syrup
sugar syrup
sugar and water and sometimes corn syrup boiled together; used as sweetening especially in drinks
sugar syrup
Differentiating from natural syrups, this term refers to a solution of sugar and water Simple syrups are made with equal quantities of water and sugar Heavy syrup is made with twice as much sugar as water These types of syrups are used in making sorbets, soft drinks, and for soaking cakes
sugar syrup
in saucepan, gradually stir one pound granulated sugar into 13 oz hot water to make 16 oz simple/sugar syrup
sugar syrup
basically a liquid sugar Can be made from sugar and boiling water Commercially known as Gomme Syrup
sugar the pill
make something bad easier to accept, ease a bad situation
sugar water
water sweetened with sugar
sugar-bush
evergreen shrub of southeastern United States with spikes of reddish-yellow flowers and glandular hairy fruits
sugar-coated
Sugar-coated food is covered with a sweet substance made of sugar. Some sugar-coated cereals are 50% sugar
sugar-coated
disapproval If you describe something such as a story as sugar-coated, you disapprove of it because it appears to be pleasant or attractive but in fact describes something very unpleasant. a sugar-coated view of a boy's introduction to sex
sugar-free
{s} containing no sugar
sugar-free candy
dietary candies which are made mainly of substances which do not contain sugar
a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
An otherwise unpleasant situation can be pleasant when a pleasant aspect is deliberately introduced

If a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, a barrel of laughs can wash down the big pills you might need to swallow.

acid of sugar
oxalic acid
amino sugar
any monosaccharide in which a single hydroxy group has been replaced by an amino group
barley sugar
A traditional British boiled sweet, yellow or orange in colour, with an extract of barley added as flavouring
bastard sugar
light brown sugar
berry sugar
A variety of ultra fine sugar that dissolves more quickly than ordinary granulated sugar
blood sugar
the amount of glucose in a person's blood
blood sugar
glucose in the blood
brown sugar
Sugar which has been only partially refined and still contains molasses
brown sugar
Refined sugar to which molasses has been added
brown sugar
Street name for heroin
caster sugar
Granulated sugar that has been sifted to have a finer crystal size, so that it can be shaken out of the holes of a caster
castor sugar
Alternative form of caster sugar
cinnamon sugar
A mixture of ground cinnamon and granulated sugar, with much more sugar than cinnamon
confectioners sugar
Powdered sugar
confectioners' sugar
Powdered sugar
crushed sugar
A type of sugar that is crushed into granules. Lumpy sweet, white, refined sugar

Dip the top in slightly beaten egg whites, then into the crushed sugar.

deoxy sugar
Any compound formally derived from a sugar by replacing a hydroxy group by a hydrogen atom
deoxy sugar alcohol
A sugar alcohol in which one on more hydroxy groups have been replaced by hydrogen
granulated sugar
Ordinary white sugar, for domestic use, having a relatively large crystal size
icing sugar
powdered sugar
invert sugar
An equal mixture of glucose and fructose formed by the enzymatic hydrolysis of sucrose; it is found in honey and some fruits, and also produced industrially
inverted sugar
invert sugar
maple sugar
A type of sugar made by boiling the sap of the sugar maple
maple-sugar
Alternative spelling of maple sugar
nitro sugar
Any nitro derivative of a saccharide
palm sugar
sugar made from the sap of various species of palm tree
powdered sugar
(Western US) Very finely ground sugar to which cornstarch is added to prevent lumping, mostly used in icings and confections to produce a smooth texture
pretty please with sugar on top
Exaggerated form of please or pretty please

I think fast, I talk fast and I need you guys to act fast if you wanna get out of this. So, pretty please... with sugar on top. Clean the fucking car., said by The Wolf.

reducing sugar
any sugar that has a potential aldehyde or ketone functional group and thus reacts as a reducing agent
rock sugar
white sugar that has been crystallized into chunks
sugaring
Present participle of sugar
sugaring
The process of making or processing of sugar or related products

Maple sugaring is an important historical industry in Vermont.

sugaring
The action of the verb to sugar
syntactic sugar
Additions to a computer language that make code easier for humans to read or write, but that do not change the functionality or expressiveness of the language
sugared
Of food or drink, containing sugar
sugared
Sweetened
sugared
{s} sweetened or coated with sugar; made more appealing
sugared
with sweetening added
sugared
past of sugar
sugared
Also used figuratively; as, sugared kisses
sugaring
The act of covering or sweetening with sugar; also, the sugar thus used
sugaring
The act or process of making sugar
sugaring
An ancient hair removal process
sugaring
A term describing the deterioration of stone caused by the breaking up or dissolving of the stone surface
sugarless
Containing no refined sugar as an ingredient
sugarless
Without sugar; free from sugar
sugarless
not containing sugar
sugarless
{s} made without sugar, not containing sugar
sugarless
Made using sugar substitutes for sweetener
sugars
third-person singular of sugar
sugars
plural of sugar
sugar

    Heceleme

    sug·ar

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    şûgır

    Eş anlamlılar

    sweeten, sugar-coat

    Telaffuz

    /ˈsʜo͝ogər/ /ˈʃʊɡɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'shu-g&r ] (noun.) 14th century. From Old French çucre, from Medieval Latin zuccarum, from Old Italian zucchero, from Arabic سُكّر (súkkar), from Persian شکر (šekar), from Sanskrit शर्करा (śárkarā, “ground or candied sugar, originally meaning grit, gravel”), akin to Ancient Greek κρόκη (krókē, “pebble”).

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    sugar cane, sugar beet

    Videolar

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    Günün kelimesi

    devious