artichoke - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "artichoke" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

artichoke / артишок
[ˈɑː.tɪ.tʃəʊk]
[ˈɑːr.t̬ɪ.tʃoʊk]
Перевод
имя существительное
артишок
artichoke
Определения
имя существительное
a European plant cultivated for its large thistlelike flower heads.
Other attractive vegetables that work well in a flower garden include tall frondy fennel, the magnificent globe artichoke and nasturtiums for ground cover.
Примеры
The attention to culinary detail has already won the head chef Tony Singh national renown for a menu which includes chump of lamb with fondant potato, wild mushrooms and lentil jus, and vegetarian polenta, mushroom and artichoke ragout.
Fructan occurs in many economically important species, for example, in the vegetative tissues of the temperate forage grasses and cereals and in the perennating organs of chicory, artichoke , asparagus, dahlia, and the onion family.
They can include such herbs as dandelion root, aloe, artichoke , saffron, rhubarb root, gentian, angelica root, myrrh, and senna, to name a few.
My husband had Porcini mushroom risotto with caramelised artichoke and truffle oil and it has to be said this dish must have been made by the best chef in the world.
This is not the 2003 joke where Ramsay told a table of vegetarians that their artichoke soup had been made with vegetable stock when it was in fact made with chicken stock.
Herbs such as dandelion leaf and root, milk thistle, artichoke , Oregon grape root, chelidonium and curcumin also support liver function.
We ordered the white asparagus and morel soufflé in a globe artichoke with truffle beurre blanc.
Arrange garlic, salsify and artichokes on other side and serve cardoons and mache on separate plate.
Unlike their larger siblings, whose higher placement on the stalk exposes them to the sun, baby artichokes are rendered entirely edible with just a little trimming.
Asparagus has an affinity with eggs, rocket, artichokes , leeks and truffle.