listen to the pronunciation of sunflower
İngilizce - Türkçe
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) çiğdem

Ben bütün gün çiğdem yedim. - I eat sunflower seeds all day.


Tom Mary'ye bir torba ayçiçeği çekirdeği uzattı. - Tom handed Mary a bag of sunflower seeds.

Tom torbayı açtı ve ayçiçeği tohumlarını döktü. - Tom opened the bag and poured out the sunflower seeds.


Ayçiçekleri güzel çiçeklerdir. - Sunflowers are beautiful flowers.

Helianthus annuus
{i} gündöndü
gün çiçeği
sunflower seed
sunflower seed
ay çekirdeği
sunflower seed oil
(Gıda) ayçiçek yağı
sunflower seeds
(Gıda) ayçekirdeği
sunflower seed

Ben bütün gün ayçekirdeği yedim. - I eat sunflower seeds all day.

sunflower seed oil
ayçiçeği yağı
sunflower oil
Ayçiçek yağı
sunflower oil
ayçiçeği yağı
sunflower seeds
Ay çekirdeği
sunflower oil
(Gıda) çiçekyağı
edible sunflower seed
giant sunflower
dev ayçiçeği

Tom, her ilkbahar ayçiçeği eker. - Tom plants sunflowers every spring.

O, ilkbaharda ayçiçeği eker. - He plants sunflowers in the spring.

İngilizce - İngilizce
Any plant of the genus Helianthus, so called probably from the form and color of its floral head, having the form of a large disk surrounded by yellow ray flowers; the commonly cultivated sunflower is Helianthus annuus, a native of America
a bright yellow, like that of the flower petals

sunflower colour:.

of a bright yellow, like that of the flower
{i} tall plant with a large yellow-petalled flower that produces edible seeds
{n} a flower that turns with the sun
The commonly cultivated sunflower is Helianthus annuus, a native of America
Any plant of the genus Helianthus; so called probably from the form and color of its flower, which is large disk with yellow rays
a plant with large yellow flowers
False riches
a bright yellow, like that of the flower
any plant of the genus Helianthus having large flower heads with dark disk florets and showy yellow rays
A flower on a long stalk with a large head and long yellow leaves This makes the flower look like a simple drawing of the sun The sunflower is thought to turn its head to follow the sun from east to west from dawn to sunset
These bright yellow flowers turn and track the sun throughout the day The seeds are either roasted or dried, salted or unsalted The seeds (excluding the shell) are 47% oil and 24% protein by weight
A sunflower is a very tall plant with large yellow flowers. Oil from sunflower seeds is used in cooking and to make margarine. a very tall plant with a large yellow flower and seeds that can be eaten. Any of 60 species of annual herbaceous plants in the genus Helianthus (composite family), native mostly to North and South America. The common sunflower (H. annuus) has a rough, hairy stem 3-15 ft (1-4.5 m) high; broad, coarsely toothed, rough leaves 3-12 in. (7.5-30 cm) long; and large (3-6 in., or 7.5-15 cm, in diameter), flat, platelike compound flowers. Disk flowers swirl in a tight brown, yellow, or purple spiral; ray flowers are yellow. The leaves are used as fodder, the flowers yield a yellow dye, and the seeds contain oil and are used for food. The oil is used for cooking, as an ingredient of soaps and paints, and as a lubricant. Only a few species are cultivated, some for their spectacular size
Ornament in the shape of a conventionalized sunflower Often seen on Colonial chests
sunflower oil
A vegetable oil, pressed from sunflower seeds, and used in cooking
sunflower oil
Less expensive safe alternative to olive oil Contains Vit E Moisturizing
sunflower oil
oil from sunflower seeds
sunflower oil
Obtained from sunflower seeds Bland, pale yellow oil that contains large amounts of Vitamin E Natural oil
sunflower oil
emollient, lubricant
sunflower oil
The pale yellow mild-flavored oil derived from sunflower seeds This oil is high in polyunsaturated fat and low in saturated fat Used in cooking and in salad dressings Not well suited for frying because of its low smoke point
sunflower seed
edible seed of sunflowers; used as food and poultry feed and as a source of oil
sunflower seeds
edible seeds that are extracted from sun flowers, black seeds
sunflower state
Kansas; a nickname
Maximilian sunflower
A sunflower (Helianthus maximilianii) of eastern and central North America having folded leaves at the mid-stem, used regularly in prairie restoration projects in North America
The sunflower
common sunflower
annual sunflower grown for silage and for its seeds which are a source of oil; common throughout United States and much of North America
desert sunflower
slender hairy plant with few leaves and golden-yellow flower heads; sandy desert areas of southeastern California to southwestern Utah and western Arizona and northwestern Mexico
giant sunflower
very tall American perennial of central and the eastern United States to Canada having edible tuberous roots
maximilian's sunflower
tall perennial of central United States to Canada having golden-yellow flowers
mexican sunflower
any plant of the genus Tithonia; tall coarse herbs or shrubs of Mexico to Panama having large flower heads resembling sunflowers with yellow disc florets and golden-yellow to orange-scarlet rays
prairie sunflower
similar to the common sunflower with slender usually branching stems common in central United States
roasted sunflower seeds
sunflower seeds that are toasted over a fire
roasting sunflower seeds
toasting sunflower seeds over a fire
showy sunflower
tall rough-leaved perennial with a few large flower heads; central United States
plural of sunflower
swamp sunflower
sunflower of eastern North America having narrow leaves and found in bogs
tickseed sunflower
Any of several weeds of the genus Bidens of the composite family, having yellow ray flowers and barbed achenes that cling to clothing and fur
tickseed sunflower
North American bur marigold with large flowers
woolly sunflower
any plant of the genus Eriophyllum