yellow

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sarı

Bahçe güzel sarı çiçeklerle doluydu. - The garden was full of beautiful yellow flowers.

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nde okul minibüsleri sarıdır. - In the United States, school buses are yellow.

{s} korkak
{i} yumurta sarısı

Yumurta sarısı omleti yapıyorum. Biraz ister misin? - I'm making an egg yellows omelet. Do you want some?

(Tıp) Rengi sararmış
{s} sararmış

Çok fazla sigara içmekten, dişleri sararmış. - His teeth are yellow from smoking too much.

Piyanonun tuşları yaşı nedeniyle sararmış. - The keys of the piano are yellow due to age.

{i} sarılık
saratmak
{f} sararmak
{s} k.dili. ödlek, korkak
sarı renk

O ağacın tohumları sarı renklidir. - The seeds of that tree are yellow.

Oğlumun lastik ördeği sarı renklidir. - My son's rubber duck is yellow.

sarılı

Güneş sarıdır. Bu sizin bakış açınıza bağlı. Ben sarılığın güneşli olduğu fikrindeyim. - The sun is yellow. That depends on your perspective. I am of the opinion that yellowness is sunny.

ödlek
{s} kıskanç
{f} sarartmak
{s} sansasyon yaratan
namussuz
sarı boya

Mavi boyayı sarı boyayla karıştır. - Blend the blue paint with the yellow paint.

haset
heyacan yaratan kıskanç
kıskaçlı
karaciğeri sarartan tehli
sarı renkli

Oğlumun lastik ördeği sarı renklidir. - My son's rubber duck is yellow.

Tom sarı renkli naylon bir iple bağlandı. - Tom was tied with a yellow nylon rope.

yellow atrophy tıb
yellow journalism
Bulvar gazeteciliği
yellow arsenic
zırnık
yellow asphodel
sarızambak
yellow card
(Spor) sarı kart
yellow colour
sarılık
yellow earth
okra
yellow flag
sarı bayrak
yellow flag
karantina flaması
yellow line
sarı çizgi
yellow pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarıçam
yellow poplar
laleağacı
yellow press
Bulvar gazetecilliği
yellow rain
(Çevre) sarı yağmur
yellow snow
(Meteoroloji) sarı kar
yellow soap
arapsabunu
yellow spot
(Aydınlatma,Anatomi) sarı leke
yellow spot
(Biyoloji) sarı benek
yellow squash
(Gıda) balkabağı
yellow squash
(Gıda) bal kabağı
yellow wagtail
sarı kuyruksallayan
yellow wagtail
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kuyruksallayan
yellow water
(Denizbilim) sarı su
yellow bellied
sarı göbekli
yellow brass
sarı pirinç
yellow foot
sarı ayak
yellow iris
sarısüsen
yellow light
sarı ışık
yellow race
sarı akıntı
yellow sea
sarı deniz
yellow spot
sarı nokta
yellow stain
sarı leke
yellow wart
sarı siğil
Yellow Nutsedge
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Çoban SarmısağıTopalak(Cyperus esculentus)
yellow autumn crocus
sarı sonbahar çiğdemi
yellow bellied
(deyim) korkak, ödlek, cesaretsiz, yüreksiz
yellow bells
sarı can
yellow belly
(deyim) korkak, ödlek, cesaretsiz, yüreksiz
yellow bile
Sarı safra
yellow blossom
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Zifin çiçeği
yellow dock
sarı dock
yellow feathered bird
sarı tüylü kuş
yellow fish
sarı balık
yellow ginger
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Hintvsafranı, zerdeçal
yellow ginger
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Sarıkök
yellow jackets
sarı ceket
yellow journalism
asparagas gazetecilikŞişirme haberasparagas haber
yellow journalism
(deyim) pandispanya gazetesi olma durumu (journalism that exploits, distorts, or exaggerates the news to create sensations and attract readers)

She had better prove that he really took the USD 10,000 bribe. Otherwise, such “hit and run” type of yellow journalism simply doesn’t reflect well on her either as an ethical person or professionally as a journalist.

yellow maple tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Çınar ağacı (sogulamada çıkan den özellikle de yaprağından anlaşılıyor )
yellow ochre
toprakboya
yellow plum
Sarı erik
yellow poplar
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) lale ağacı
yellow screen
sarı filtre
yellow tail
Sarı kuyruk
yellow thistle
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Sarı diken, (bot.) Scolymus maculatus
yellow-legged gull
(Kuşbilim) Gümüş Martı (Larus cachinnans)
yellow and blue
sarı ve mavi
yellow and dark blue
(Bilgisayar) sarı ve koyu mavi
yellow and dark cyan
(Bilgisayar) sarı ve koyu camgöbeği
yellow and dark green
(Bilgisayar) sarı ve koyu yeşil
yellow bone marrow
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sarı kemikiliği
yellow cake
(Nükleer Bilimler) sarı pasta
yellow capsicum
(Gıda) sarı etli biber
yellow cartridge missing
(Bilgisayar) sarı kartuş eksik
yellow cat
sarman
yellow corpus
(Tıp) sarı cisim
yellow cross
(Tıp) sarı haç
yellow discharge
(Askeri) ŞEREFSİZ TERHİS: Bak " dishonorable discharge"
yellow discharge
(Askeri) şerefsiz terhis
yellow dog
{i} korkak
yellow dog
{i} soysuz
yellow dog
{i} adi
yellow dog
{i} sendika karşıtı
yellow dog
{i} ödlek
yellow earth
{i} sarı toprak
yellow earth
(isim) sarı toprak
yellow fever
sarıhumma

Tom Afrika'yı ziyaret ettiğinde sarıhummaya yakalandı. - Tom contracted yellow fever when he was visiting Africa.

Sarıhumma ve çiçek artık bir tehdit değildi. - Yellow fever and smallpox were no longer a threat.

yellow fever virus
(Tıp) sarı humma virusu
yellow fin tuna
sarı kanatlı tuna balığı
yellow hammer
sarıcık
yellow iris
bataklıksüseni
yellow jack
{i} karantina flaması
yellow jack
{i} sarıhumma
yellow jack
{i} karantina bayrağı
yellow jacket
zool. gövdesi sarı ve siyah renkli bir tür yabanarısı
yellow journalism
sansasyonel gazetecilik
yellow label
(Askeri) SARI YAFTA: Yanıcı katı maddelerin veya oksidasyon yapan maddelerin naklinde, dikkati çekmek için ambalajın üzerine yapıştırılan sarı renkli etiket. Ayrıca bak "labelled cargo"
yellow label
(Askeri) sarı yafta
yellow lead
(Kimya) masiko
yellow ligaments
(Anatomi) sarı bağlar
yellow loosestrife
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) altın kamış
yellow loosestrife
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bahariye
yellow mallow
sarı hatmi
yellow metal
pirinç
yellow ocher
sarı okra
yellow ocher
sarı toprakboya
yellow ocher
toprak sarısı
yellow ocher
sarı toprak boyası
yellow ochre
toprak sarısı
yellow ochre
sarı toprakboya
yellow pages
telefon rehberi
yellow pages
altın rehber
yellow paint
sarı boya
yellow pines
sarı çamlar
yellow poplar
bot. laleağacı
yellow press
magazin basını
yellow press
sansasyon gazetesi
yellow press
boyalı basın
yellow sand
(Çevre) sarı kumlar
yellow soap
arap sabunu
yellow split lentil
(Tarım) sarı mercimek
yellow willow
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarı söğüt
yellow wood
sarıağaç
turn yellow
sararmak
clouded yellow
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sarı azamet
dark yellow
(Bilgisayar) k sarı
straw yellow
samanrengi
yellowing
sarartma
yellowing
sararma
zinc yellow
(Kimya,Teknik) çinko sarısı
yellowish
{s} sarımtırak
as yellow as
kadar sarı
brownish yellow
kahverengimsi sarı
brownish yellow roof
kahverengimsi sarı çatı
cadmium yellow
limon sarısı
cadmium yellow
kadmiyum sarısı
canary yellow
kanarya sarısı
chrome yellow
krom sarısı
great yellow gentian
büyük sarı yılan otu
greenish yellow
yeşilimsi sarı
turn yellow
sarılaş
turn yellow
tavşan yürekli olmak
yellowish
{s} sarımsı

Eğer orkidenin sarımsı yaprakları varsa, bu onun uygun olmayan bir yere koyulduğu anlamına gelir. - If your orchid has yellowish leaves, it means that it was placed in inappropriate location.

Yellow fever
sarı humma
as yellow as
gibi sarı
as yellow as a guinea
(hastalıktan dolayı) sapsarı
light yellow
açık sarı
second yellow card
ikinci sarı kart
yellowness
sarılık
yellows
sarılar
indian yellow
hintsarısı
the yellow race
sarı ırk
yellower
daha sarı
yellowish
sarıca
yellowness
(isim) sarılık
İngilizce - İngilizce
Lacking courage
Having yellow as its colour

There's a one-eyed yellow idol / To the north of Kathmandu; / There's a little marble cross below the town; / And a brokenhearted woman / Tends the grave of 'Mad' Carew, / While the yellow god for ever gazes down.

Chinese (relating to Chinese people)
The colour of gold or butter; the colour obtained by mixing green and red light, or by subtracting blue from white light
One of the colour balls used in snooker with a value of 2 points
Characterized by sensationalism, lurid content, and doubtful accuracy

The denizens of the gossipy world of the pink press, purple prose and yellow tabloids are shivering over disputed photographs of Princess Caroline of Monaco.

To cause to become yellow or more yellow
To become yellow or more yellow
{n} a bright color
{a} bright, like gold
Sensational; said of some newspapers, their makers, etc
turn yellow; "The pages of the book began to yellow"
card A card from the referee signifying a warning has been issued to a fencer for violating a rule
printing term
Straight; "too yellow to stand and fight"
be careful, go slowly, no passing
One of the three subtractive primary colors used in process printing
Function inferred from similarity to known gene
Master Kuthumi Used to stimulate and develop the mental body, thinking, logic, systems, and calculation
easily frightened
Anglo-Saxon, geolu, yellow; Italian, giallo; Danish, guul; Icelandic, gull, our gold, yellow metal Yellow indicates jealousy, inconstancy, and adultery In France the doors of traitors used to be daubed with yellow In some countries the law ordains that Jews be clothed in yellow, because they betrayed our Lord Judas in mediæval pictures is arrayed in yellow In Spain the vestments of the executioner are either red or yellow- the former to indicate blood-shedding, and the latter treason Yellow, in blazonry, is gold, the symbol of love, constancy, and wisdom Yellow, in Christian symbolism, also gold, is emblematical of faith St Peter is represented in a robe of a golden yellow colour In China yellow is the imperial colour
Informs drivers of an accident on the race track and forces all drivers to reduce speed and maintain current position Drivers can catch up to the leader but cannot gain position on the track while the yellow is displayed When the yellow flag is initially displayed, the pit road is closed When pit road is reopened cars may enter the pits for service
You can only cast it on yourself
To become yellow or yellower
The colour/color of gold or butter; the colour obtained by mixing green and red light, or by subtracting blue from white light
A yellow pigment
{f} make yellow, paint or dye yellow; turn yellow (e.g. old paper)
A bright golden color, reflecting more light than any other except white; the color of that part of the spectrum which is between the orange and green
one of three colors used in process printing, the others being magenta and cyan Yellow is often, but not always, printed first
Straight; "too yellow to stand and fight" changed to a yellowish color by age; "yellowed parchment
cowardly or treacherous; "the little yellow stain of treason"-M W Straight; "too yellow to stand and fight"
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Being of a bright saffronlike color; of the color of gold or brass; having the hue of that part of the rainbow, or of the solar spectrum, which is between the orange and the green
Success, creativeness, jealousy, selfishness It has been my experience that a person with a thin line (1-4 inches) of yellow takes on the characteristics of this color in either their personal or professional life, but not both A yellow aura wider then 5 inches, indicates characteristics in both aspects of the subjects life
the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons
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To make yellow; to cause to have a yellow tinge or color; to dye yellow
If something yellows, it becomes yellow in colour, often because it is old. The flesh of his cheeks seemed to have yellowed She sat scanning the yellowing pages. the colour of butter or the middle part of an egg. yellow bunting Yellow River yellow poplar yellow fever yellow jacket yellow journalism Yellow Sea Yellow Turbans
{s} having a yellow color; cowardly (Slang); jealous; sensationalistic (about a newspaper)
affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin etc
similar to the color of an egg yolk cowardly or treacherous; "the little yellow stain of treason"-M
Hue of a subtractive primary and a four-colour process ink It reflects red and green light and absorbs blue light
One of the subtractive primaries (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) used in four-color process inks
One of the process ink colors or printing Pure yellow is the "blueless" color; it absorbs all wavelengths of blue from light and reflects all red and green wavelengths
the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons turn yellow; "The pages of the book began to yellow"
{i} color yellow; yolk of an egg; coward (Slang)
typical of tabloids; "sensational journalistic reportage of the scandal"; "yellow journalism"
changed to a yellowish color by age; "yellowed parchment"
similar to the color of an egg yolk
asfar yes, I understand na am fahamt yes aewa, naam you inta you are welcome ahlan wa sahlan you are learning (praise) inta betettallam you are doing good (praise) shughlak tamam
amarillo / amarilla
One of the subtractive primaries the hue of which is used for one of the 4-color process inks It reflects red and green light and absorbs blue light
(or "gold") seals were issued for American troops fighting in North Africa Both these series of notes may be considered as forerunners of Military Payment Certificates, qv
Cowardly; hence, dishonorable; mean; contemptible; as, he has a yellow streak
Something that is yellow is the colour of lemons, butter, or the middle part of an egg. The walls have been painted bright yellow
the quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons turn yellow; "The pages of the book began to yellow" similar to the color of an egg yolk cowardly or treacherous; "the little yellow stain of treason"-M
changed to a yellowish color by age; "yellowed parchment
as, yellow journal, journalism, etc
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One of the subtractive primary colors Yellow absorbs all blue light, reflecting red and green
flavous
goel
yeller
flavid
Amarillo
Yellow Boy
the Winchester Model 1866 lever action rifle
Yellow Sea
an arm of the Pacific Ocean between mainland China and the Korean peninsula
yellow 2G
a yellow azo dye used as a food colouring
yellow anemone
the flower species Anemone ranunculoides
yellow bile
One of the four humours of ancient and mediaeval physiology, that was believed to be secreted by the liver and to cause irascibility, anger, and bad temper when present in excess
yellow birch
A species of birch native to North America, scientific name Betula alleghaniensis
yellow brick road
A proverbial path to a Promised Land of one's hopes and dreams

But for Clinton the yellow brick road that led inevitably to the Democratic nomination has suddenly become a little bumpy. -.

yellow cake
uranium ore
yellow card
a yellow-coloured card, shown to a player, (especially in Association Football), as a caution that he has committed a flagrant foul; a further such foul would result in a red card
yellow cards
plural form of yellow card
yellow dog
A socially conservative and economically liberal person
yellow dog contract
An agreement between an employer and an employee in which the employee agrees, as a condition of employment, not to be a member of a labor union whilst employed
yellow fever
A term used to describe the attraction of a person of non-East Asian descent towards people of East Asian descent
yellow fever
An acute febrile illness of tropical regions, caused by a flavivirus and spread by mosquitoes, characterised by jaundice, black vomit and the absence of urination
yellow horde
East Asian nations or people, especially the people of China or Japan, conceived as foreign and menacing due to their vast population, non-Western cultures, or supposed antagonism to the West

So the Chinese and Central Asians are the barbaric, faceless, yellow horde that may once again drown the noble Slavs.

yellow hordes
plural form of yellow horde
yellow jack
The illness yellow fever
yellow jack
A yellow flag used by ships as a warning of disease
yellow jack
The fish Caranx bartholomaei
yellow jersey
The yellow-colored shirt worn by the leader of a cycling race at a certain time. It is used in the Tour de France
yellow jessamine
A species of vine native to Central America and North America, scientific name Gelsemium sempervirens
yellow journalism
Journalism which is sensationalistic and of questionable accuracy and taste

In the heyday of yellow journalism, newspapers like Joseph Pulitzer’s World and William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal sent out squads of reporters to hunt down leads and, if evidence failed to materialize, make up stories.

yellow light
A traffic light, between the green light and the red light, indicating that vehicles may proceed with caution
yellow light
Limited approval or permission to proceed
yellow locust
black locust
yellow locusts
plural form of yellow locust
yellow menace
Alternative form of yellow peril
yellow onion
A dry onion with a strong flavour and papery yellowish skin
yellow oriole
A yellow or green passerine songbird, Oriolus flavocinctus, of New Guinea and northern Australia
yellow pages
a telephone directory that lists commercial organizations
yellow perch
A species of perch found in North America, scientific name Perca flavescens, having a more yellowy colour than other species of perch
yellow peril
The alleged threat to Western nations by East Asians, especially Chinese or Japanese people, due to their vast population, non-Western cultures, or supposed antagonism to the West
yellow peril
East Asian nations or peoples, conceived as threatening
yellow phosphorus
alternative name of white phosphorus
yellow pine
A coniferous tree endemic to New Zealand, scientific name Halocarpus biformis
yellow pine
The wood from any of these trees
yellow pine
Any of various pine trees with a yellow colour
yellow pocket
The corner pocket on a snooker table that is nearest the yellow spot
yellow pockets
plural form of yellow pocket
yellow poplar
A species of tree in the Liriodendron genus, found in North America, scientific name Liriodendrum tulipifera, with pale green or yellow leaves
yellow press
Newspapers which publish sensationalist articles rather than well researched and sober journalism
yellow presses
plural form of yellow press
yellow rattle
A flowering plant native to Eurasia, scientific name Rhinanthus minor
yellow sheet
A criminal record
yellow snow
Snow being yellow due to urine
yellow spot
The spot on a snooker table where the yellow ball is normally placed
yellow spots
plural form of yellow spot
yellow terror
Alternative form of yellow peril
yellow warbler
A yellow-colored songbird found on the continent America, scientific name Dendroica petechia
yellow wood anemone
Anemone ranunculoides, a plant species in the buttercup (Ranunculaceae) family
yellow wood anemones
plural form of yellow wood anemone
yellow woodland anemone
A parallel name for yellow wood anemone
yellow woodland anemones
plural form of yellow woodland anemone
yellow-bellied
Uncourageous, cowardly
yellow-bellied
Of an animal or reptile having a yellow underside or belly
yellow-bellied sapsuckers
plural form of yellow-bellied sapsucker
yellow-billed loon
A duck, Gavia adamsii, found in the arctic and subarctic
yellow-breasted chat
A large yellow-colored songbird found on the American continent, scientific name Icteria virens
yellow-brick road
Alternative form of yellow brick road
yellow-card
To show someone a yellow card
yellow-eyed penguin
A small species of penguin, scientific name Megadyptes antipodes, with a distinctive yellow band around its eyes. native to New Zealand
yellow-eyed penguins
plural form of yellow-eyed penguin
yellow-green
a lime colour
yellow-green alga
Any alga, of the class Xanthophyceae, that have yellow carotenoid pigments as well as chlorophyll
yellow-haired
Having yellow-colored hair

I was down at the New Amsterdam staring at this yellow-haired girl.

yellow-legged tinamou
A tinamou, Crypturellus noctivagus
yellow-legged tinamous
plural form of yellow-legged tinamou
yellow-necked mice
plural form of yellow-necked mouse
yellow-necked mouse
A species of the sub-family Murinae (Old World rats and mice), Apodemus flavicollis
yellow-rattle
Alternative spelling of yellow rattle
yellow-shafted flicker
A yellow-plumaged songbird in the hummingbird family, scientific name, native to North America, scientific name Colaptes auratus
yellow-throated
Describing one of a variety of animals, typically yellow-colored
yellow-throated
Having a yellow-colored throat
yellow-throated warbler
A small New World warbler with a yellow throat, scientific name Dendroica dominica
yellow journalism
Yellow journalism, or the yellow press, is a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers
yellow press
Yellow journalism, or the yellow press, is a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers
yellow autumn crocus
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Sternbergia lutea (Fall daffodil, Winter daffodil, Yellow Autumn crocus) is a flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae, which is used as an ornamental plant
yellow brick road
(Edebiyat) The road of yellow brick is an element in the novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. The 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz based on the novel gave it the name by which it is better known, the yellow-brick road. In both novel and movie, it is the path which Dorothy is instructed to follow from Munchkin Country to the Emerald City in order to seek the aid of the Wizard of Oz
yellow phosphorus
(Kimya) The ordinary allotrope of phosphorus, a translucent waxy whitish or yellowish solid which is poisonous and very reactive; also called white phosphorus
yellow-legged gull
(Kuşbilim) The Yellow-legged Gull (Larus michahellis) is a large gull of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. It is sometimes considered to be part of the same species as the Caspian Gull and the combined species is then called Larus cachinnans
Yellow Jackets
name of the athletic teams at Georgia Tech
Yellow Pages
Yellow Pages is a book that contains advertisements and telephone numbers for businesses and organizations in a particular area, grouped according to the type of business they do. Compare White Pages. A volume or section of a telephone directory that lists businesses, services, or products alphabetically according to field. a book that contains the telephone numbers of businesses and organizations in an area, arranged according to the type of service or goods they provide White Pages
Yellow River
a long river in northern China, famous for the terrible floods which have caused many deaths and much damage, and the yellow silt (=loose sand and soil) that it carries
Yellow Sea
An arm of the Pacific Ocean between the Chinese mainland and the Korean Peninsula. It connects with the East China Sea to the south. Chinese Huang Hai Large inlet of the western Pacific Ocean, between northeastern China and the Korean peninsula. Famous for its fishing grounds, it connects with the East China Sea on the south; the Shandong Peninsula extends into it from the west. It has an area of 180,000 sq mi (466,200 sq km) and a maximum depth of 338 ft (103 m). It derives its name from the color of the silt-laden water discharged into it by the Huang He (Yellow River) and other major Chinese rivers, including the Yangtze (Chang) and Liao. Leading port cities include Shanghai and Tianjin in China, Inch' n in South Korea, and Namp'o in North Korea
Yellow Sea
part of the Pacific Ocean between China and Korea
Yellow Submarine
recording and a movie made by the rock group "The Beatles
Yellow Turbans
Chinese secret society founded during a time of pestilence (2nd century AD). The rebels' yellow headdresses signified their association with the earth element, which they believed would succeed the (red) fire element that represented Han rule. The sect was Daoist in inspiration, like the contemporaneous Five Pecks of Rice sect. Its rebellion (AD 184- 204) against the tyrannical eunuchs who influenced the emperor contributed to the fall of the Han dynasty. See also Daoism
yellow adder's tongue
eastern North American dogtooth having solitary yellow flowers marked with brown or purple and spotted interiors
yellow avens
erect subshrub with deep yellow flowers; Europe and Asia and North America hairy yellow-flowered plant of eastern Asia and North America
yellow avens
hairy yellow-flowered plant of eastern Asia and North America
yellow avens
erect subshrub with deep yellow flowers; Europe and Asia and North America
yellow bass
North American freshwater bass resembling the larger marine striped bass
yellow bedstraw
common yellow-flowered perennial bedstraw; North America and Europe and Asia
yellow bells
viscid herb of arid or desert habitats of southwestern United States having pendulous yellow flowers
yellow belt
low category or rank in most of the martial arts
yellow bile
a humor that was once believed to be secreted by the liver and to cause irritability and anger
yellow bile
One of the four humors of ancient and medieval physiology, thought to cause anger and bad temper when present in excess; choler
yellow birch
A North American deciduous tree (Betula alleghaniensis) having aromatic twigs, yellowish bark that peels off in thin flakes, and hard, light-colored wood used for furniture and flooring
yellow birch
tree of eastern North America with thin lustrous yellow or gray bark
yellow book
In France, an official government publication bound in yellow covers
yellow book
{i} (in France) official government publication having yellow covers
yellow bristlegrass
common weedy and bristly grass found in nearly all temperate areas
yellow card
warning to a soccer player due to his infraction of the rules of the game
yellow card
In football or rugby, if a player is shown the yellow card, the referee holds up a yellow card to indicate that the player has broken the rules, and that if they do so again, they will be ordered to leave the pitch. a yellow card held up by a football referee to show that a player has done something wrong red card
yellow chamomile
Eurasian perennial herb with hairy divided leaves and yellow flowers; naturalized in North America
yellow clintonia
common woodland herb of temperate North America having yellow nodding flowers and small round blue fruits
yellow colicroot
colicroot with yellow-bracted racemose flowers; smaller than Aletris farinosa; southeastern United States
yellow cypress
tall evergreen of the Pacific coast of North America often cultivated for ornament
yellow dock
(Rumex crispus) rich in minerals it is considered to be a blood purifier & cleanser Enhances iron absorption & nourishes the liver
yellow dock
used in the treatment of skin conditions
yellow dock
European dock with broad obtuse leaves and bitter rootstock common as a weed in North America
yellow dock
Yellow Dock is commonly used to treat psoriasis It makes a valuable remedy for constipation, promotes the flow of bile and may act as a blood cleanser Yellow Dock's actions include: Alterative, laxative, hepatic, cholagogue, and tonic
yellow dock
- An herb that is a skin, blood and liver cleanser that contains Vitamin C and iron
yellow dog
{i} despicable person; despicable thing
yellow dog contract
employment contract between a worker and an employer wherein an employee agrees not to join a labor union
yellow dwarf
any of several virus diseases of plants characterized by stunting and yellowing of the leaves
yellow dwarf of potato
the yellow dwarf disease of potato plants
yellow earth
{i} yellow clay colored by iron
yellow fever
An acute infectious disease caused by a Flavivirus, which is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes The liver is affected and the skin turns yellow in this disease
yellow fever
caused by a flavivirus transmitted by a mosquito
yellow fever
Yellow fever is a serious infectious disease that people can catch in tropical countries. An infectious tropical disease caused by an arbovirus transmitted by mosquitoes of the genera Aedes, especially A. aegypti, and Haemagogus and characterized by high fever, jaundice, and often gastrointestinal hemorrhaging. Also called yellow jack. a dangerous tropical disease which makes your skin turn slightly yellow. Acute infectious tropical disease, sometimes occurring in temperate zones. Abrupt onset of headache, backache, fever, nausea, and vomiting is followed by either recovery with immunity or by higher fever, slow pulse, and vomiting of blood. Patients may die in a week. Jaundice is common (hence the name). One of the world's great plagues for 300 years, it is caused by a virus transmitted by several species of mosquitoes. Carlos Finlay suggested and Walter Reed proved this means of spread, leading to near elimination of the disease through mosquito control (see William Gorgas). Treatment consists of supportive care, particularly fever reduction. Control of mosquitoes near cities and live-virus vaccines developed by Max Theiler (1899-1972), who won a 1951 Nobel Prize for his work have made yellow fever completely preventable
yellow fever
Virus disease transmitted by the mosquito Aedes aegypti
yellow fever
{i} untreatable tropical disease that is transmitted by mosquito stings
yellow flag
{i} quarantine flag, yellow flag flown by itself by a ship requesting pratique on entering a harbor to indicate that the ship has no disease on board; flag flown by a ship with another flag to indicate that it has contagious or infectious disease aboard; yellow flag raised by a ship that has been quarantined (Shipping); yellow iris (Botany); solid yellow flag used to indicate caution due to dangerous conditions (Car Racing)
yellow foxglove
European yellow-flowered foxglove
yellow giant hyssop
erect perennial with stout stems and yellow-green flowers; southern Canada and southeastern United States
yellow globe lily
globe lily having open branched clusters of clear yellow egg-shaped flowers; northern California
yellow goatfish
schooling goatfish; grayish with yellow stripe
yellow gold
choice gold, high-quality gold
yellow green
a shade of green tinged with yellow
yellow henbane
found on sea beaches from Virginia to South America having greenish-yellow flowers and orange or yellow berries
yellow honeysuckle
twining deciduous shrub with clusters of purple-tinged yellow-green flowers; northeastern America climbing deciduous shrub with fragrant yellow (later orange) flowers in terminal whorls; southeastern United States
yellow iris
common yellow-flowered iris of Europe and North Africa, naturalized in United States and often cultivated
yellow jack
fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico yellow flag hoist on a ship in quarantine caused by a flavivirus transmitted by a mosquito
yellow jack
{i} yellow fever, untreatable tropical disease that is transmitted by mosquito stings; yellow flag; quarantine flag; silver and yellow food fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
yellow jacket
small yellow-marked social wasp commonly nesting in the ground
yellow jacket
a barbiturate (trade name Nembutal) used as a sedative and hypnotic and anti-spasmodic
yellow jacket
Any of several small wasps of the family Vespidae that have yellow and black markings and usually nest in the ground. Any of 35-40 species (genus Dolichovespula or Vespula) of social wasps, principally of the Northern Hemisphere, named for the black bands on its yellow abdomen. They differ from other wasps in having their wings folded longitudinally when at rest. Dolichovespula species typically build exposed nests. Vespula species build concealed nests underground or in protected cavities; when a nest is stepped on, the colony may erupt in an angry, stinging swarm. Nest size varies widely; some nests can be held in one hand, whereas nests in warmer climates may weigh half a ton
yellow jacket
{i} paper wasp that has black and shiny yellow strips; (Slang) yellow capsule of phenobarbital
yellow jasmine
poisonous woody evergreen vine of southeastern United States having fragrant yellow funnel-shaped flowers
yellow journalism
sensationalist journalism
yellow journalism
Journalism that exploits, distorts, or exaggerates the news to create sensations and attract readers. In newspaper publishing, the use of lurid features and sensationalized news in newspaper publishing to attract readers and increase circulation. The phrase was coined in the 1890s to describe tactics employed in the furious competition between two New York papers, Joseph Pulitzer's World and William Randolph Hearst's Journal. When Hearst hired away from Pulitzer a cartoonist who had drawn the immensely popular comic strip "The Yellow Kid," another cartoonist was hired to draw the comic for the World; the rivalry excited so much attention that the competition was dubbed yellow journalism. Techniques of the period that became permanent features of U.S. journalism include banner headlines, coloured comics, and copious illustrations
yellow journalism
{i} reporting of sensationalist news, journalism that exploits or hyperbolizes the news in order to attract readers
yellow lady's slipper
maroon to purple-brown orchid with yellow lip; Europe, North America and Japan
yellow light
the signal to proceed with caution
yellow light
traffic light that is yellow in color; traffic light which warns drivers to slow down and prepare to come to a full stop (in the USA); traffic light which warns drivers to get ready to drive again after having come to a full stop (in most of Europe)
yellow line
A yellow line is a narrow yellow line painted at the edge of a road to warn drivers that parking is not allowed there, or is only allowed at certain times. a line of yellow paint along the edge of a street in Britain which means you can only park your car for a short time or at particular times double yellow lines (=two lines of paint that mean you cannot park there at any time)
yellow loosestrife
frequently considered a weed; Europe and Asia
yellow lupine
yellow-flowered European lupine cultivated for forage
yellow man
offensive term for an Oriental man
yellow mariposa tulip
mariposa having clusters of a few large deep yellow bell-shaped flowers atop slender stems; California coastal ranges
yellow marrow
bone marrow that is yellow with fat; found at the ends of long bones in adults
yellow metal
a brass that has more zinc and is stronger than alpha brass; used in making castings and hot-worked products
yellow metal
metal that has a yellow coloring; gold
yellow mountain saxifrage
tufted evergreen perennial having ciliate leaves and yellow corymbose flowers often spotted orange
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yellow flag
(Askeri) sick flag
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