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Translation of "recipe" - English-Turkish dictionary

recipe

noun
 
 
/ˈresɪpi/
B1 [C] a list of foods and a set of instructions telling you how to cook something
yemek tarifi
a recipe for carrot cakePreparing foodPreparing food using heat
be a recipe for disaster/trouble/success, etc to be likely to become a disaster, a success, etc
muhtemel felakete/soruna/başarıya vs. davetiye/yol/reçete/anahtar/hazırlayıcı olmak
Causing things to happen
Translations of “recipe”
in Arabic وَصْفة…
in Korean 레시피, 조리법…
in Malaysian resipi…
in French (de) recette…
in Italian ricetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食譜, 烹飪法…
in Russian рецепт (кулинарный)…
in Polish przepis…
in Vietnamese công thức…
in Spanish receta…
in Portuguese receita…
in Thai สูตรอาหาร…
in German das Rezept, Rezept……
in Catalan recepta…
in Japanese レシピ, (料理の)作り方…
in Indonesian resep…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食谱, 烹饪法…
(Definition of recipe from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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