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Gemüsetrockner {m}; Gemüsedarre {f} [mach.]
Gemüsetrockner {pl}; Gemüsedarren {pl}
vegetable drier; vegetable desiccator
vegetable driers; vegetable desiccators
Gemüsebeet {n}
Gemüsebeete {pl}
vegetable patch; vegetable plot
vegetable patches; vegetable plots
Gemüsebeet {n}
Gemüsebeete {pl}
vegetable patch, vegetable plot
vegetable patches, vegetable plots
Pflanzenöl {n}, pflanzliches Öl
gehärtetes Pflanzenöl
mehrfach ungesättigtes Pflanzenöl
vegetable oil
hardened vegetable oil
polyunsaturated vegetable oil
Pflanzenöl {n}; pflanzliches Öl
gehärtetes Pflanzenöl
mehrfach ungesättigtes Pflanzenöl
vegetable oil
hardened vegetable oil
polyunsaturated vegetable oil
Gemüsemann {m}; Gemüsefrau {f}; Gemüsefritze {m} [ugs.]
Gemüsemänner {pl}; Gemüsefrauen {pl}; Gemüsefritzen {pl}
greengrocer; grocer; vegetable seller
greengrocers; grocers; vegetable sellers
Gemüsemann {m}, Gemüsefrau {f}, Gemüsefritze {m} [ugs.]
Gemüsemänner {pl}, Gemüsefrauen {pl}, Gemüsefritzen {pl}
greengrocer, grocer, vegetable seller
greengrocers, grocers, vegetable sellers
Gemüselade {f}; Gemüseschale {f} (im Kühlschrank)
Gemüseladen {pl}; Gemüseschalen {pl}
vegetable drawer; crisper (in the fridge)
vegetable drawers; crispers
Gemüsefond {m}; Gemüsebrühe {f} [cook.]
vegetable stock; vegetable broth
Gemüsepflanze {f} [bot.]
Gemüsepflanzen {pl}
vegetable plant
vegetable plants
Gemüsemesser {n}
Gemüsemesser {pl}
vegetable knife
vegetable knives
Pflanzenauszug {m}; Pflanzenextrakt {m}
Pflanzenauszüge {pl}; Pflanzenextrakte {pl}
vegetable extract
vegetable extracts
Pflanzenhaar {n}
Pflanzenhaare {pl}
vegetable hair
vegetable hairs
Gemüsefond {m}, Gemüsebrühe {f} [cook.]
vegetable stock, vegetable broth
Pflanzenfett {n}; pflanzliches Fett
gehärtetes Pflanzenfett
vegetable fat
hardened vegetable fat
Pflanzenfett {n}, pflanzliches Fett
gehärtetes Pflanzenfett
vegetable fat
hardened vegetable fat
Gemüsesuppe {f} [cook.]
klare Gemüsesuppe {f}
pottage; vegetable soup
clear vegetable soup
Pflanzeneiweiß {n} [biol.]
strukturiertes Pflanzeneiweiß
vegetable protein
textured vegetable protein TVP
Pflanzeneiweiß {n} [biol.]
strukturiertes Pflanzeneiweiß
vegetable protein
textured vegetable protein (TVP)
Pflanzendecke {f} [biol.]
plant cover; plant covering; vegetable cover; vegetation covering; vegetative covering; plant canopy; vegetable blanket
Gemüse
vegetable
Pflanzen...; pflanzlich; vegetabilisch {adj}
vegetable
Pflanze
vegetable
Pflanzen..., pflanzlich, vegetabilisch {adj}
vegetable
pflanzlich, Gemüse
vegetable
Gemüsesaft {m} [cook.]
vegetable juice
Pflanzenreich {n}
vegetable kingdom
Pflanzenkost {f} [cook.]
vegetable foodstuffs
Gemüsepflanze {f}
Gemüsepflanzen {pl}
vegetable
vegetables
Gemüsebeet {n}; Beet {n}
Gemüsebeete {pl}; Beete {pl}
vegetable bed; bed
vegetable beds; beds
Pflanzenmargarine {f} [cook.]
vegetable margarine
Pflanzengerbung {f} [textil.]
vegetable tannage
Pflanzenkost
vegetable diet
Pflanzenfaser
vegetable fibre
Pflanzenfasern
vegetable fibres
Gemuesebau
vegetable gardening
Wurzelgemüse {n} [bot.] [cook.]
root vegetable
Süßöltank {m} [naut.]
vegetable-oil tank
Pflanzenreich {n} [biol.]
vegetable kingdom
Gemüsewasser {n} [cook.]
vegetable cooking water
Pflanzengift {n}
vegetable poison; phytotoxin
Gemüsesuppe {f} [cook.]
pottage, vegetable soup
Leipziger Allerlei {n} [cook.]
Leipzig mixed vegetable
Gemüseanbau {n}
vegetable gardening; olericulture
Schale {f} (Obst, Gemüse)
skin (fruit, vegetable)
Gemüsecremesuppe {f} [cook.]
cream of vegetable soup
Kopf {m}; Staude {f} [Dt.]; Häuptel {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.] (einer Gemüsepflanze) [bot.] [agr.]
head (of a vegetable plant)
Pflanzenfaser {f}
Pflanzenfasern {pl}
plant fibre; vegetable fibre
plant fibres; vegetable fibres
Gemüsegarten {m}
Gemüsegärten {pl}
vegetable garden, kitchen garden
vegetable gardens, kitchen gardens
Gemüsebau {m}
vegetable gardening, cultivation of vegetables
Humus {m} [agr.]
humus; ulmin; vegetable mould
Gemüsegarten {m}
Gemüsegärten {pl}
vegetable garden; kitchen garden
vegetable gardens; kitchen gardens
Gemüseeintopf {m} [cook.]
vegetable stew; boiled dinner
Gemüsebau {m}
vegetable gardening; cultivation of vegetables
Gemüseeintopf {m} [cook.]
vegetable stew, boiled dinner
Gemüseplatte {f}
Gemüseplatten {pl}
vegetable dish, dish of assorted vegetables
vegetable dishes, dishes of assorted vegetables
Gemüseplatte {f}
Gemüseplatten {pl}
vegetable dish; dish of assorted vegetables
vegetable dishes; dishes of assorted vegetables
Blattgemüse {n} [bot.] [cook.]
Grüne Blattgemüsepflanzen lieben Schatten.
leafy vegetables
Green leafy vegetable plants are shade-loving.
Suppeneinlage {f} [cook.]
rice, noodles, dumplings etc. to put into a clear soup, soup vegetable
pflanzenfressend {adj} [biol.]
herbivorous; plant-eating; vegetable-eating
Gemüsesprossen {pl} [bot.] [cook.]
vegetable sprouts; veggie sprouts [coll.]
Wurzelgemüse {n} [bot.] [cook.]
root vegetable, root crop
Pflanzenfaser {f}
plant fibre, vegetable fibre
etw. in etw. einarbeiten; hineinarbeiten; einbeziehen; einbauen; einstreuen {vt}
Die Quellenangaben habe ich noch nicht in meinen Artikel eingearbeitet.
Brokkoli ist ein Gemüse das Sie auf vielerlei Weise in Ihre Diät einbauen können.
Während seiner Rede hat er einige Witze eingestreut.
Mein Terminkalender ist ziemlich voll aber ich kann dich noch um 10:30 Uhr unterbringen.
to work sth. in into sth.
I haven't worked in the references to my article yet.
Broccoli is a vegetable that you can work into your diet in many ways.
During the speech he worked in a few jokes.
My schedule is pretty full but I can work you in at 10:30. [Am.]
Rußschwarz {n} (Farbe)
soot black; smoke black; chimney black; vegetable black; lamp black (colour)
Gemüse {n} [cook.]
frisches Gemüse
gekochtes Gemüse
vegetable, vegetables {pl}
fresh vegetables
cooked vegetables
Suppeneinlage {f} [cook.]
als Suppeneinlage verwendet werden
soup additions; soup accompaniments; rice noodles dumplings etc. to put into a clear soup; soup vegetable
to be added to clear soups
vegetarisch {adj}
vegetarische Ernährung {f}; vegetarische Kost {f}; pflanzliche Kost {f}; Pflanzenkost {f}
Sie isst vegetarisch.; Sie ernährt sich vegetarisch.
vegetarian; veggie [coll.]
vegetarian nutrition; vegatarian diet; vegetable diet
She is a vegetarian.
Gemüse {n} [cook.]
frisches Gemüse
gekochtes Gemüse
viele Gemüse
Gemüse putzen
vegetable; vegetables {pl}; veggie [coll.]
fresh vegetables
cooked vegetables
lots of veggies [coll.]
to clean vegetables
Pfannengericht {n}; Wok-Gericht {n} [cook.]
(chinesische) Gemüsepfanne {f}
stir-fry
vegetable stir-fry
Abfall {m}; Müll {m} [envir.]
Abfälle {pl}
chemischer Abfall
fester Abfall
flüssiger Abfall
gasförmiger Abfall
gefährlicher Abfall
gemischter Abfall
gewerblicher Abfall
giftiger Abfall; toxischer Abfall
hochaktiver Abfall (Kerntechnik)
industrieller Abfall
kommunaler Abfall
landwirtschaftlicher Abfall
mineralischer Abfall
organischer Abfall
pflanzlicher Abfall; vegetabilischer Abfall
städtischer Abfall
tierischer Abfall
ungefährlicher Abfall
Abfälle und Schrott
vom Menschen erzeugter Abfall
waste
waste
chemical waste
solid waste
liquid waste
gaseous waste
hazardous waste
mixed waste
commercial waste
toxic waste
high active waste HAW
industrial waste
municipal waste
agricultural waste
mineral waste
organic waste
vegetable waste
urban waste; town waste
animal waste
non-hazardous waste
waste and scrap
human waste

Deutsche Synonyme für Gemüsetrockner {m}; Gemüsedarre {f} [mach.] / Gemüsetrockner {pl}; Gemüsedarren {pl}

Beeilung!  (umgangssprachlich)  Ein  bisschen  dalli!  (umgangssprachlich)  Mach  fix!  (umgangssprachlich)  Mach  hin!  (umgangssprachlich)  
mach  
Ade  Adieu  Auf  bald  Auf  Wiedersehen  Bis  bald  Bis  dann  Bye  Ciao  Mach's  gut  (umgangssprachlich)  Salü  (umgangssprachlich)  Servus  Tschau  (umgangssprachlich)  Tschö  (umgangssprachlich)  Tschüs  Tschüss  Wir  sehen  uns!  

Englische Synonyme für vegetable drier; vegetable desiccator

vegetable  Boston lettuce  Chinese cabbage  French bean  Irish potato  Kraut  Swiss chard  amphibian  angiosperm  annual  apathetic  aquatic plant  asparagus  aubergine  bean  bean sprout  beans  beet  beet greens  beetroot  bell pepper  benumbed  biennial  blase  bored  botanic  broccoli  bulbous  butter bean  cabbage  carrot  cauliflower  celery  celery cabbage  celery root  celtuce  cereal  chard  chick-pea  chicory  collards  contemplative  corn  cosmopolite  cress  cucumber  cutting  dead  debilitated  deciduous plant  dicot  dicotyledon  do-nothing  dopey  dormant  droopy  drugged  dull  eggplant  enervated  ephemeral  evergreen  exanimate  exotic  farinaceous  flowering plant  fruitlike  fruity  fungus  gametophyte  garlic  green bean  green onion  green pea  green pepper  greens  gumbo  gymnosperm  heavy  hebetudinous  herbaceous  herbal  herbose  herbous  herby  hominy  horseradish  hydrophyte  idle  immobile  inactive  inanimate  inert  jaded  kale  kidney beans  kohlrabi  lackadaisical  laissez-aller  laissez-faire  languid  languorous  leaden  leek  legumes  leguminose  leguminous  lentil  lethargic  lettuce  lifeless  listless  love apple  lumpish  mad apple  maize  meditative  monocot  monocotyl  moribund  motionless  mushroom  navy bean  neuter  neutral  numb  onion  oyster plant  paralytic  paralyzed  parsley  parsnip  passive  pea  pepper  perennial  phlegmatic  pieplant  pimento  pinto bean  plant  plantlike  polycot  polycotyl  polycotyledon  pooped  popcorn  potato  potherbs  procrastinating  produce  pumpkin  quiescent  quietist  quietistic  radicated  radiciform  radicular  radish  red cabbage  red pepper  rhizoid  rhubarb  rootlike  sated  scallion  seed plant  seedling  shallot  sleepy  slow  sluggish  somnolent  sorrel  soy  soya  spermatophyte  spinach  sporophyte  spud  squash  stagnant  stagnating  standpat  static  stationary  stultified  succory  sugar beet  supine  swede  sweet potato  taro  tater  thallophyte  tomato  torpid  triennia  
vegetable kingdom  animal kingdom  botany  chain of being  class structure  domain  establishment  flora  flowerage  greenery  greens  herbage  hierarchy  kingdom  mineral kingdom  natural hierarchy  pecking order  plant kingdom  plant life  plants  power structure  pyramid  realm  vegetable life  vegetation  vegetation spirit  verdure  
vegetable oil  Macassar oil  absinthe  animal oil  avocado oil  bay oil  beechnut oil  camphor  candlenut oil  carapa oil  castor oil  cedarwood oil  cerate  clove oil  cocoa butter  copaiba  copra oil  corn oil  croton oil  drying oil  edible oil  essential oil  ester  eucalyptus oil  fat  fatty oil  fixed oil  flaxseed oil  grease  gum spirit  hempseed oil  hydrogenated fat  kekuna oil  laurel butter  lemon oil  linseed oil  lipid  mineral oil  nut oil  oil  oil of almonds  oleoresin  oleum  olive oil  palm oil  palm-kernel oil  peanut oil  perilla oil  pine oil  pine tar  pine-tar oil  polyunsaturated fat  poppyseed oil  rape oil  ricinus oil  rosin grease  rosin oil  sebum  sesame oil  soybean oil  spikenard  tallow  turpentine  unsaturated fat  volatile oil  wood oil  

Lexikoneinträge für vegetable

Vegetable (v.) Of or pertaining to plants
Vegetable (v.) Consisting of, or comprising, plants
Vegetable (v.) Plants having distinct flowers and true seeds.
Vegetable (v.) Plants without true flowers, and reproduced by minute spores of various kinds, or by simple cell division.
Vegetable (n.) A plant. See Plant.
Vegetable (n.) A plant used or cultivated for food for man or domestic animals, as the cabbage, turnip, potato, bean, dandelion, etc.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

kitchen garden
vegetable garden
vegetable patch
a small garden where vegetables are grown
petite marmite
minestrone
vegetable soup
soup made with a variety of vegetables
vegetable oil
oil
any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
vegetable
veggie
veg
edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
julienne
julienne vegetable
a vegetable cut into thin strips (usually used as a garnish)
raw vegetable
rabbit food
an uncooked vegetable
greens
green
leafy vegetable
any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
solanaceous vegetable any of several fruits of plants of the family Solanaceae, especially of the genera Solanum, Capsicum, and Lycopersicon
root vegetable any of various fleshy edible underground roots or tubers
cruciferous vegetable a vegetable of the mustard family: especially mustard greens, various cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts
marrow
vegetable marrow
large elongated squash with creamy to deep green skins
oyster plant
vegetable oyster
long white salsify
vegetable sheep sheep plant Haastia pulvinaris cushion-forming New Zealand herb having leaves densely covered with tawny hairs
sheep plant vegetable sheep Raoulia lutescens
Raoulia australis
perennial prostrate mat-forming herb with hoary woolly foliage
salsify
oyster plant
vegetable oyster
Tragopogon porrifolius
Mediterranean biennial herb with long-stemmed heads of purple ray flowers and milky sap and long edible root, naturalized throughout United States
marrow
marrow squash
vegetable marrow
any of various squash plants grown for their elongated fruit with smooth dark green skin and whitish flesh
cocozelle
Italian vegetable marrow
squash plant having dark green fruit with skin mottled with light green or yellow
loofah
vegetable sponge
Luffa cylindrica
the loofah climber that has cylindrical fruit
vegetable any of various herbaceous plants cultivated for an edible part such as the fruit or the root of the beet or the leaf of spinach or the seeds of bean plants or the flower buds of broccoli or cauliflower
scarlet wisteria tree
vegetable hummingbird
Sesbania grandiflora
a softwood tree with lax racemes of usually red or pink flowers, tropical Australia and Asia, naturalized in southern Florida and West Indies
ivory nut
vegetable ivory
apple nut
nutlike seed of a South American palm, the hard white shell takes a high polish and is used for e.g. buttons
kapok
silk cotton
vegetable silk
a plant fiber from the kapok tree, used for stuffing and insulation
vegetable tallow a waxy fat obtained from certain plants (e.g. bayberry) and used as tallow
vegetable wax a waxy substance obtained from plants (especially from the trunks of certain palms)
vegetable matter matter produced by plants or growing in the manner of a plant

 

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In everyday usage, a vegetable is any part of a plant that is consumed by humans as food as part of a savory meal. The term vegetable is somewhat arbitrary, and largely defined through culinary and cultural tradition. It normally excludes other food derived from plants such as fruits, nuts and cereal grains, but includes seeds such as pulses. The original meaning of the word vegetable, still used in biology, was to describe all types of plant, as in the terms "vegetable kingdom" and "vegetable matter".
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