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İngilizce - Türkçe
tuzlu
tuz ekmek
tuz koymak
tuzlamak
{i} tuz

Lütfen bana tuz ve biber ver. - Please give me salt and pepper.

Deniz suyunu içemezsin çünkü su çok tuzlu. - You can't drink seawater because it's too salty.

tuzlama
tuz ekmek
tuz koymak
heyecan verici şey
{f} tuzlamak
heyecan katmak
ilginçleştirmek
çeşni

Tuz ve biberle balığı çeşnilendirdim. - I seasoned the fish with salt and pepper.

ilginç şey
tuzlanmış

Kurutulmuş tuzlanmış sığır etin var mı? - Do you have dried salted beef?

tat

Tat vermek için tuz ve biber ilave et. - Add salt and pepper to taste.

Bazı yiyecekler tuz olmadan oldukça tatsız. - Some food is pretty bland without salt.

tat tuz
renklendirmek
tuzlayarak saklamak
tuzluk

O ilginç görünümlü bir tuzluk. - That's an interesting-looking salt shaker.

Tuzluk masada olacak. - The salt cellar will be on the table.

{i} nükte
(Askeri) destek silahları irtibat timi (supporting arms liaison team)
{i} lezzet

Çok fazla tuz, lezzeti öldürür. - Too much salt will kill the flavor.

Tuz ilavesi lezzeti adamakıllı artırdı. - The addition of salt greatly improved the flavor.

{i} espri
{i} tad

Oyun hamurunun görünüşe göre tuzlu bir tadı var. - Play-Doh apparently has a salty taste.

Tom bu iki tuz markası arasındaki farkı tadabileceğini iddia ediyor. - Tom claims that he can taste the difference between these two brands of salt.

biriktirmek
salamura yapmak
tuzlu

Bu yiyecek çok tuzlu. - This food is too salty.

Bu su biraz tuzludur. - This water is a little salty.

tuzda muhafaza etmek
deniz kurdu
salt a mine bir
(Tıp) Tuz katarak çöktürmek, tuz, madentuzu, Müshil tuzu
maden tuzu
tuz katmak
bir asit ile bir bazdan meydana gelen tuz
tuz,v.tuzla: n.tuz
mushil tuzu
{s} tuzlama, tuzlanmış: salt fish tuzlu balık, tuzlama balık. salt beef tuzlanmış sığır eti
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Erkek ismi
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Geniş alın
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Vurmak mânâsına mastar
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kişinin kendi öz kızı
(Hukuk) Mutlak, yalnız, sırf; içine başka şey karışmamış
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bileyi taşı
mutlak
Yalnız, sadece, tek, sırf
İçinde yabancı bir öge bulunmayan, mutlak
Arı
Yalnız, tek başına
Yalnız, sadece, tek, sırf: "Sanat adına konuşmakta kendinde hak gören, her konuştuğunu da salt doğrudur diye karşısındakine kabullendirmek isteyen kimseler sardı etrafımızı."- N. Cumalı. İçinde yabancı bir öge bulunmayan, mutlak. İçine, kendisine yabancı hiçbir şey karışmamış, arı
İçine, kendisine yabancı hiçbir şey karışmamış, arı
İngilizce - İngilizce
To add salt to
A person that engages in the political act of seeking employment at a company in order to help unionize it
To include colorful language in
Salty

You can't drink seawater because it's too salty. - You can't drink seawater because it is too salty.

You can't drink seawater because it is too salty. - You can't drink seawater because it's too salty.

To add filler bytes before encrypting, in order to make brute-force decryption more resource-intensive
A sailor (also old salt)

I never go as a passenger; nor, though I am something of a salt, do I ever go to sea as a Commodore, or a Captain, or a Cook.

Additional bytes inserted into a plaintext message before encryption, in order to increase randomness and render brute-force decryption more difficult
To add bogus evidence to an archeological site
A common substance, chemically consisting mainly of sodium chloride (NaCl), used extensively as a condiment and preservative
A kind of marsh at the shore of a sea (short for salt marsh, apparently not in a wide-spread use)
{v} to season, mix or sprinkle with salt
{a} brack
{n} a substance which affects the taste, dissolves in water and crystalizes, the species are numerous and various, also wit, taste, a vessel to hold salt
{a} having the taste of salt, lustful, wanton
{i} series of talks between the United States and the Soviet Union for the purpose of limiting strategic nuclear arms (began in 1969)
sal
an ionic compound
A string of random (or pseudorandom) bits concatenated with a key or password to foil precomputation attacks
{i} sodium chloride, common crystalline mineral, table salt; element that provides zest or liveliness; experienced sailor; element that makes an expression poignant or caustic
A random value concatenated to a symmetric cipher key to foil precomputation attacks by generating different results each time the encryption is performed The salt value is typically sent with the encrypted message so the recipient can reproduce the complete decryption key
Of or relating to salt; abounding in, or containing, salt; prepared or preserved with, or tasting of, salt; salted; as, salt beef; salt water
of speech that is painful or bitter; "salt scorn"- Shakespeare; "a salt apology"
If you say, for example, that any doctor worth his or her salt would do something, you mean that any doctor who was good at his or her job or who deserved respect would do it. Any coach worth his salt would do exactly as I did
containing or filled with salt; "salt water"
1 Sodium chloride, NaCl, used for preserving the freshness of food 2 Substance that results from reaction between acid and base
Overflowed with, or growing in, salt water; as, a salt marsh; salt grass
BATHS - Crystals are soaked in a bath of course salt and luke warm water overnight or during the day Sometimes this is accompanied by leaving the stones in the sun or moonlight
The common name for the specific chemical compound sodium chloride (NaCl), used in the regeneration of ion exchange water softeners In chemistry, the term is applied to a class of chemical compounds which can be formed by the neutralization of an acid with a base
A basic taste characterized by solutions of chlorides, bromides, iodides, nitrates, and sulfates of potassium and lithium
add salt to
Salts are substances that are formed when an acid reacts with an alkali. The rock is rich in mineral salts. see also Epsom salts, smelling salts
A string of random (or pseudo-random) bits concatenated with a key or password to foil precomputation attacks
It is found native in the earth, and is also produced, by evaporation and crystallization, from sea water and other water impregnated with saline particles
The mineral "sodium chloride " Most of today's salt comes from mines left by dried salt lakes Used as a flavoring agent in many foods Because of its value as a preservative, salt was a vital commodity to early civilization
A compound formed when one or more of the hydrogen ions of an acid is replaced with an cation (metal or positive polyatomic ion) or when one or more of the hydroxide ions of a base is replaced with an anion (nonmetal or negative polyatomic ion )
Hence, also, piquancy; wit; sense; as, Attic salt
A treaty between the US and former USSR limiting the number of ICBM and SLBM launchers that each can possess
Fig
one of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of sea water
preserve with salt; "people used to salt meats on ships"
The common name for the specific chemical compound sodium chloride used in the regeneration of ion exchange water softeners In chemistry, the term is applied to a class of chemical compounds which can be formed by the neutralization of an acid with a base
A dish for salt at table; a saltcellar
white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
Salt was an important commodity and used for preserving meat See the entry for Salt in the main Alphabetic Section of Malcolm Bull's Trivia Trail and Red Hills, Salt-making, Saltern
Any mineral salt used as an aperient or cathartic, especially Epsom salts, Rochelle salt, or Glauber's salt
{f} add salt, season with salt; preserve in salt; scatter salt; spice up, make lively; fraudulently place expensive minerals within a mine to make the mine appear valuable
One of the compounds formed from the reaction of an acid with a base, where a positive ion replaces a hydrogen of the acid
If you take something with a pinch of salt, you do not believe that it is completely accurate or true. The more miraculous parts of this account should be taken with a pinch of salt
A chemical compound derived from an acid by replacing the hydrogen atom with a metal or positive ion Salts may act as buffers in solution with acids or bases Common or table salt (NaCl) is an example
add salt to of speech that is painful or bitter; "salt scorn"- Shakespeare; "a salt apology"
A chemical compound formed by combining the anion of an acid with the cation of a base Second Law of Thermodynamics - Some forms of transformations of one kind of energy to another are not observed to occur in natural processes The observed transformations in a closed system are always characterized by a nondecreasing entropy In open systems where the entropy may be kept constant, the allowed transformations are always characterized by a decrease in the amount of (free) energy available to do useful work
negotiations between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics opened in 1969 in Helsinki designed to limit both countries' stock of nuclear weapons
Salacious; lecherous; lustful
any compound formed by combination of any negative ion (except hydroxide) with any positive ion (except hydrogen or hydronium); the precipitate produced as the result of neutralization of an acid with a base
When you salt food, you add salt to it. Salt the stock to your taste and leave it simmering very gently. + salted salt·ed Put a pan of salted water on to boil
The neutral compound formed by the union of an acid and a base; thus, sulphuric acid and iron form the salt sulphate of iron or green vitriol
Saline
That which preserves from corruption or error; that which purifies; a corrective; an antiseptic; also, an allowance or deduction; as, his statements must be taken with a grain of salt
the taste experience when salt is taken into the mouth
Salt is a strong-tasting substance, in the form of white powder or crystals, which is used to improve the flavour of food or to preserve it. Salt occurs naturally in sea water. Season lightly with salt and pepper. a pinch of salt
A common substance recognised chemically as sodium chloride (NaCl), used extensively as a condiment and preservative
To blast gold into (as a portion of a mine) in order to cause to appear to be a productive seam
a substance needed to live, made of the elements sodium and chloride SOLID keeping its shape, firm, not a liquid or gas, for example a rock SUN a star in our solar system that helps heat the earth and keeps plants alive
Marshes flooded by the tide
If someone or something rubs salt into the wound, they make the unpleasant situation that you are in even worse, often by reminding you of your failures or faults. I had no intention of rubbing salt into a friend's wounds, so all I said was that I did not give interviews. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks talks between the US and the former Soviet Union, which aimed to reach agreement about limiting the number of nuclear weapons that each country kept. Two SALT Treaties (=official agreements) were signed: SALT I (1972) and SALT II (1979). Chemical compound formed when the hydrogen of an acid is replaced by a metal or its equivalent, such as ammonium (NH4). Typically, an acid and a base react to form a salt and water. Most inorganic salts ionize (see ion) in water solution. Sodium chloride common table salt is the most familiar salt; sodium bicarbonate (bicarbonate of soda), silver nitrate, and calcium carbonate are others. Great Salt Lake salt dome Salt Lake City Salt River table salt
Bitter; sharp; pungent
A sailor; usually qualified by old
Sesame Seed Shortening Short Paste Silicone Paper Sodium Stearoyl-2-Lactylate (SSL) Specific Gravity Specific Heat Specific Volume Spring Wheat Sterilisation Sugar Batter Cake Mixing Method Surfactant Syneresis Thiamine Titanium Dioxide Triglyceride Unleavened Bread Viscoelasticity Vitamins Water Water Activity Waxy Maize Winter Wheat Yeast
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
The common name for the specific chemical compound sodium chloride, used in the regeneration of ion exchange water softeners In chemistry, the term is applied to a class of chemical compounds which can be formed by the neutralization of an acid with a base
Türkçe - İngilizce
absolute
switchgear
merely
solely
frickle
{s} very

That very tune reminded me of my adolescence. - O salt melodi bana gençliğimi hatırlattı.

{s} pure
{s} unvarnished
solely, only, simply, singly
naked
pure: salt matematik pure mathematics. salt sevinç pure joy. salt us pure reason
merely, solely, only; pure, absolute
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