awkward - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

awkward / неуклюжий, неудобный, неловкий
[ˈɔːkwəd]
[ˈɔːkwərd]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
неуклюжий
clumsy, awkward, bumbling, hulking, lumbering, ungainly
неудобный
inconvenient, uncomfortable, awkward, fiddly, uneasy, unhandy
неловкий
awkward, clumsy, uneasy, ungainly, gauche, ungraceful
имя существительное
жопа
ass, asshole, arsehole, fanny, clod, awkward
Определения
имя прилагательное
causing difficulty; hard to do or deal with.
one of the most awkward jobs is painting a ceiling
causing or feeling embarrassment or inconvenience.
he had put her in a very awkward situation
not smooth or graceful; ungainly.
Luther's awkward movements impeded his progress
Примеры
A relationship with one who is ‘not one of us’ raises the risk that sooner or later a difficult and awkward conversation lies ahead.
He seems to be an actor perfectly suited to kitchen sink dramas in an age when demand from that sort of awkward , angry character is declining.
I'd like to encourage some interactivity in this blog, so if anyone would like to email me with their awkward or embarrassing moments, I can post them here anonymously.
It rules, even if the bottle is awkward and hard to spray.
The hotels are still generic and boring and when I sleep, it feels awkward and uncomfortable in the beds.
If the motion feels awkward , uncomfortable or painful, you need to make an adjustment somewhere.
The South African government's passive response to events in Zimbabwe inevitably raises awkward questions about the depth of its own commitment to democracy.
It also provided a social setting where the sixth graders could mingle without the pressures of a party or dance, which can be awkward for this age group.
He looks almost exactly as I'd left him; awkward , ungainly and birdlike.
Belinda had mentioned that she had been a secretary for a while and she was good at dealing with awkward customers.