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English Turkish

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fish flourClick to Search fish flour
 
balık unu
flourClick to Search flour
 (flaur, flau´wır)
un
flourClick to Search flour
 (flaur, flau´wır)
öğütmek, un haline getirmek, unlamak, un serpmek
flourishClick to Search flourish
 (flır´îş)
gelişmek, güzelleşmek, büyümek, yıldızı parlamak, abartılı jestler yapmak, savrulmak, dalgalanmak, sallamak, sağlıklı olmak, süslü konuşmak, süslemek, sergilemek, fanfar çalmak
flourishClick to Search flourish
 (flır´îş)
sallama, savurma, gösterişli hareket, süs, gösteriş, süslü söz, fanfar (müz.), tören borusu, gelişme
flourishingClick to Search flourishing
 
gelişmekte olan, bayındır, mamur, iyi giden
flouryClick to Search floury
 
unlu, un gibi
rice flourClick to Search rice flour
 
pirinç unu
rock flourClick to Search rock flour
 
kaya tozu
whole-wheat flourClick to Search whole-wheat flour
 
kepekli un

English English

Linguatic English English Dictionary

all-purpose flourClick to Search all-purpose flour
 
plain white flour, wheat flour that can be used to cook or bake anything, APF (Cooking)
cake flourClick to Search cake flour
 
type of wheat flour used for baking cakes
coarse flourClick to Search coarse flour
 
flour which has not been finely ground
fine flourClick to Search fine flour
 
finely ground flour, good quality flour
flourClick to Search flour
 
finely ground meal made from grain; any fine powder
flourClick to Search flour
 
make into flour; sprinkle with flour, coat with flour; break up into particles
flour caveClick to Search flour cave
 
cave alongside the Pratzim river near Sodom that has walls made from white chalky soil that resembles flour
flour millClick to Search flour mill
 
mill used for grinding grain into flour
flourishClick to Search flourish
 
wave, brandish (i.e. a sword); thrive; grow and develop in a healthy manner; prosper, succeed; add decorative elements (especially to handwriting)
flourishClick to Search flourish
 
act of waving or flourishing (i.e. a sword); pretentious display; decorative addition (especially in handwriting); period of healthy growth and development
flourisherClick to Search flourisher
 
person who flourishes
flourishing businessClick to Search flourishing business
 
thriving enterprise, growing trade, successful business
flourishinglyClick to Search flourishingly
 
prosperously, successfully, in a thriving manner
flour-likeClick to Search flour-like
 
ground finely like flour, having a powdery texture
flouryClick to Search floury
 
of or like flour; coated or covered with flour
graham flourClick to Search graham flour
 
flour that is made out of whole wheat kernels and has not been sifted to remove the bran
rock flourClick to Search rock flour
 
finely powdered rock produced as a result of glacial erosion or by artificial grinding
soy flourClick to Search soy flour
 
flour derived after peeling and extracting oil from soybeans
sprinkle flourClick to Search sprinkle flour
 
place a light coating of flour
whole-wheat flourClick to Search whole-wheat flour
 
flour made out of whole wheat kernels

English German

Linguatic English German Dictionary

all-purpose flourClick to Search all-purpose flour
 
Allzweckmehl, Weißmehl das für jede Art von Kochen oder Backen benutzt werden kann
cake flourClick to Search cake flour
 
Backmehl
coarse flourClick to Search coarse flour
 
grobes Mehl
fine flourClick to Search fine flour
 
feingemahlenes Mehl (besonders feines Mehl)
flourClick to Search flour
 
n. Mehl; Puder
v. mit Mehl bestreuen; zu Mehl mahlen
flour caveClick to Search flour cave
 
die Mehlhöhle (in der Ebene des Flußes Perazim neben Sodom in der israel. Judäawüste gelegene Höhle, derer Wände aus weißer, mehlartiger Erde bestehen)
flourishClick to Search flourish
 
v. winken, schwingen; blühen, gedeihen, Erfolg haben
n. schwungvolle Bewegung; Fanfare; Schnörkel (in der Handschrift)
flourishing businessClick to Search flourishing business
 
blühendes Geschäft
flourishinglyClick to Search flourishingly
 
adv. erolgreich, auf erfolgreiche Weise
flour-likeClick to Search flour-like
 
mehlartig, mehlig
flouryClick to Search floury
 
adj. mehlig; mit Mehl bestreut
graham flourClick to Search graham flour
 
n. Weizenschrotmehl, Mehl aus Vollkorn
soy flourClick to Search soy flour
 
Sojamehl (Mehl das aus entöltem Soja gewonnen wird)
sprinkle flourClick to Search sprinkle flour
 
Mehl verstreuen
whole-wheat flourClick to Search whole-wheat flour
 
Vollkornmehl

English English

WordNet 3.0 Dictionary

flourClick to Search flour
 
I
noun
fine powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain (Freq. 3)
Derivationally related forms: floury
Hypernyms: foodstuff, food product
Hyponyms: plain flour, wheat flour, soybean meal, soybean flour, soy flour, semolina
Substance Holonyms: bread, breadstuff, staff of life, dough, pastry
II
verb
1. cover with flour
- example : flour fish or meat before frying it
Topics: cooking, cookery, preparation
Hypernyms: dredge
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s something
- example : Somebody ----s something PP
2. convert grain into flour
Hypernyms: convert
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s something
flour beetleClick to Search flour beetle
 
noun
an insect that infests flour and stored grains
Syn: flour weevil
Hypernyms: darkling beetle, darkling groung beetle, tenebrionid
Member Holonyms: Tribolium, genus Tribolium
flour binClick to Search flour bin
 
noun
a bin for holding flour
Hypernyms: bin
flour cornClick to Search flour corn
 
noun
corn having kernels almost entirely of soft starch
Syn: soft corn, squaw corn, Zea mays amylacea
Hypernyms: field corn
flour millClick to Search flour mill
 
noun
a mill for grinding grain into flour
Hypernyms: mill, grinder, milling machinery
flour weevilClick to Search flour weevil
 
noun
an insect that infests flour and stored grains
Syn: flour beetle
Hypernyms: darkling beetle, darkling groung beetle, tenebrionid
Member Holonyms: Tribolium, genus Tribolium
flourishClick to Search flourish
 
I
noun
1. a showy gesture (Freq. 1)
- example : she entered with a great flourish
Hypernyms: gesture, motion
2. an ornamental embellishment in writing
Hypernyms: embellishment
Hyponyms: paraph
3. a display of ornamental speech or language
Hypernyms: grandiosity, magniloquence, ornateness, grandiloquence, rhetoric
4. (music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments
- example : he entered to a flourish of trumpets
- example : her arrival was greeted with a rousing fanfare
Syn: fanfare, tucket
Topics: music
Hypernyms:
tune, melody, air, strain, melodic line, line, melodic phrase
5. the act of waving
Syn: brandish
Derivationally related forms: brandish (for: brandish)
Hypernyms: wave, waving, wafture
II
verb
1. grow vigorously (Freq. 11)
- example : The deer population in this town is thriving
- example : business is booming
Syn: boom, thrive, expand
Derivationally related forms: expansible (for: expand), boom (for: boom)
Hypernyms: grow
Hyponyms: revive, luxuriate
Verb Frames:
- example : Something ----s
- example : The business is going to flourish
2. make steady progress; be at the high point in one's career or reach a high point in historical significance or importance (Freq. 1)
- example : The new student is thriving
Syn: thrive, prosper, fly high
Hypernyms: change state, turn
Verb Frames:
- example : Something ----s
- example : Somebody ----s
3. move or swing back and forth
- example : She waved her gun
Syn: brandish, wave
Derivationally related forms: waver (for: wave), brandish (for: brandish)
Hypernyms: move, displace
Hyponyms: wigwag
Entailment: hold, take hold
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s something
flourishingClick to Search flourishing
 
adjective
very lively and profitable
- example : flourishing businesses
- example : a palmy time for stockbrokers
- example : a prosperous new business
- example : doing a roaring trade
- example : a thriving tourist center
- example : did a thriving business in orchids
Syn: booming, palmy, prospering, prosperous, roaring, thriving
Similar to: successful
Derivationally related forms: prosperity (for: prosperous)
flouryClick to Search floury
 
adjective
resembling flour in fine powdery texture
- example : a floury clay
Similar to: fine
Derivationally related forms: flour
graham flourClick to Search graham flour
 
noun
flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (`whole meal flour' is British usage)
Syn: whole wheat flour, graham, whole meal flour
Regions: United Kingdom, UK, U.K., Britain, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Great Britain
Hypernyms: wheat flour
Mediterranean flour mothClick to Search Mediterranean flour moth
 
noun
small moth whose larvae damage stored grain and flour
Syn: Anagasta kuehniella
Hypernyms: pyralid, pyralid moth
Member Holonyms: Anagasta, genus Anagasta
pea flourClick to Search pea flour
 
noun
meal made from dried peas
Hypernyms: meal
plain flourClick to Search plain flour
 
noun
flour that does not contain a raising agent
Regions: United Kingdom, UK, U.K., Britain, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Great Britain
Hypernyms: flour
self-raising flourClick to Search self-raising flour
 
noun
a commercially prepared mixture of flour and salt and a leavening agent
Syn: self-rising flour
Hypernyms: mix, premix
self-rising flourClick to Search self-rising flour
 
noun
a commercially prepared mixture of flour and salt and a leavening agent
Syn: self-raising flour
Hypernyms: mix, premix
soy flourClick to Search soy flour
 
noun
meal made from soybeans
Syn: soybean meal, soybean flour
Hypernyms: flour
Substance Holonyms: soya milk, soybean milk, soymilk
Substance Meronyms: soy, soybean, soya, soya bean
soybean flourClick to Search soybean flour
 
noun
meal made from soybeans
Syn: soybean meal, soy flour
Hypernyms: flour
Substance Holonyms: soya milk, soybean milk, soymilk
Substance Meronyms: soy, soybean, soya, soya bean
wheat flourClick to Search wheat flour
 
noun
flour prepared from wheat
Hypernyms: flour
Hyponyms: whole wheat flour, graham flour, graham, whole meal flour
whole meal flourClick to Search whole meal flour
 
noun
flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (`whole meal flour' is British usage)
Syn: whole wheat flour, graham flour, graham
Regions: United Kingdom, UK, U.K., Britain, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Great Britain
Hypernyms: wheat flour
whole wheat flourClick to Search whole wheat flour
 
noun
flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (`whole meal flour' is British usage)
Syn: graham flour, graham, whole meal flour
Regions: United Kingdom, UK, U.K., Britain, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Great Britain
Hypernyms: wheat flour

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