suomi-englanti sanakirja

edible englannista suomeksi

  1. syötäväksi kelpaava

  2. syömäkelpoinen

  1. syötävä, syömäkelpoinen

  2. Substantiivi

  3. syötävä

edible englanniksi

  1. Capable of being eaten without harm; suitable for consumption; innocuous to humans.

  2. (ux)

  3. Capable of being eaten without disgust.

  4. 1957, Jane Van Zandt Brower, ''Experimental Stdies of Mimicry in Some North American Butterflies'', in 1996, Lynne D. Houck, Lee C. Drickamer (editors), ''Foundations of Animal Behavior: Classic Papers with Commentaries'', page 81,

  5. However, rather than try to place the Viceroy in a rigid, all-or-none category which implies more than the data show, the Viceroy is here considered more edible than its model, the Monarch, but initially less edible (except to C-2) than the non-mimetic butterflies used in these experiments.
  6. (quote-text)

  7. 2009, Ephraim Philip Lansky, Helena Maaria Paavilainen, ''Figs'', page 4,

  8. This gets to the heart of the matter because, in the parthenogenic state, the fruits are more edible (though there are also apparently advantages to pollinated figs, which may be bigger and stronger) and the trees more productive from the human's point of view.
  9. In which edible plants are grown for human consumption.

  10. 2020, Valentina Peveri, ''The Edible Gardens of Ethiopia'' (page 7)

  11. Gardens do not contain flowers and ornamental plants, but edible plants. Although edible, these gardens are equally valued for their aesthetic qualities. It is women who collect from edible gardens, (..)
  12. 2021, Rose Ray, ‎Caro Langton, ''Into Green: Everyday Ways to Find and Lose Yourself in Nature'' (page 62)

  13. To get started, how about creating an edible window box? Sowed in the spring, salad seeds like radish, lettuce and spring onion will germinate so quickly that you'll be harvesting a crop in a month or two.
  14. Anything edible.

  15. In particular, an edible mushroom.

  16. (syn)

  17. a foodstuff, usually a good, infused with tetrahydrocannabinol from cannabutter etc.