tuzla

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Türkçe - İngilizce
saltworks
saltpan (depression where salt water is evaporated)
saltern
saline
saltpan
saltpan, pan memleha
salt marsh
{f} salting
salina
tuzla buz etmek
to smash to smithereens, to break to pieces
tuzla buz olmak
to be smashed to smithereens, to break to smithereens
tuzlamak
corn
tuzlamak
salt away
tuzlamak
(Gıda) curing
tuzlamak
salt down
tuzlamak
{f} salt
tuzlamak
cure
tuzlamak
souse
tuzlamak
to salt; to brine, pickle (something) in brine. Tuzlayayım da kokmayasın/kokma. colloq. What you're saying is nothing but a load of tripe!/That's just so much bunk!
tuzlamak
to salt
İngilizce - İngilizce
A city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in the northeastern part of the country
A kind of central Anatolian rug
A town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in south east of country
Town (pop., 1991: 83,770), northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Deposits of rock salt are located nearby; in the 10th century the town was called Soli (meaning "salts"), and its present name is from the Turkish tuz, "salt." It was a Turkish garrison town from 1510 until it passed to the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the 19th century. It was incorporated into Yugoslavia in 1918. It is the centre for a mining region and an agricultural district. It was a target during the war in Bosnia in the 1990s (see Bosnian conflict)
Türkçe - Türkçe
Tuzlak
Davarlara kırda tuz verilen düz, taşlık ve kayalık yerler
Kıyılarda, tava denilen havuzlara deniz veya göl suyu akıtıldıktan sonra kurutularak tuz çıkarılan yer, memleha
memleha
(Osmanlı Dönemi) SEBHA
(Osmanlı Dönemi) MELLAHE
tuzlamak
Tuza yatırmak veya üstüne tuz ekmek
tuzla

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    () From Serbo-Croatian Tuzla/Тузла, from Ottoman Turkish طوزله (Tuzla), from طوز (tuz, “salt”).

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