flake

Meaning [tr]:
pul, tanecik, ince parça; topaklanmak
Snow fell in large flakes.
Let's take precautions against heat fatigue, before we flake out from the heat, and have a healthy summer.
Here, snow falls in large flakes.
If you sift through barrels of dirt, you may eventually find a flake of gold.
It's a flake covered in chocolate!
In the long run oat flakes with advocaat for breakfast will knock everybody's socks off.
After a while, corn flakes in milk will become soggy.
A few flakes of snow were falling, and one of them, rather larger than the rest, alighted on the edge of one of the flower boxes.
One winter's day, when it snowed, he brought out a burning-glass, then he held out the tail of his blue coat, and let the snow-flakes fall upon it. ""Look in this glass, Gerda,"" said he; and she saw how every flake of snow was magnified, and looked like a beautiful flower or a glittering star.
He can finish ten boxes of corn flakes in one sitting.
Added on 2017-11-12 | by m1gin | View: 104
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