bewhiskered - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

bewhiskered / усатый, с бородой
[bɪˈwɪs.kəd]
[-kɚd]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
усатый
whiskered, bewhiskered, moustached, barbate, with a moustache
с бородой
bewhiskered
Определения
имя прилагательное
having hair or whiskers growing on the face.
The series of Oriental fantasies about a vain, bewhiskered enchanter whose power resides in one hair on his head, was well received by the critics but did not sell well.
Примеры
We were not the only large mammals in this forest, and would sometimes catch a glimpse of a doe-eyed, bewhiskered face peering at us through the kelp.
Unfortunately the ranks of bewhiskered military men, fashionable in Victoria's imperial times, were rarely replaced by new heroes in the impoverished 20th century.
Her efforts are wasted on this film while the principal actor is similarly squandered as the bewhiskered wizard who follows them through time and tries to restore them to their rightful place in the world.
Jaime blinked as a bewhiskered old man crossed in front of her toward a mummy leaning against the far wall; the man had a large pair of scissors in one hand.
The series of Oriental fantasies about a vain, bewhiskered enchanter whose power resides in one hair on his head, was well received by the critics but did not sell well.
‘Well, I can't stop you,’ said the bewhiskered Brother.
It's dredged up from the imaginary cinematheque of the director's own mind: bewhiskered faces loom in and out of focus and the film stock switches from grey to tinges of blue and pink, with hi-tech flashes of colour painted in.
Andrea thrilled us with his free-diving skills, only to be easily outdone by his bewhiskered dancing partners.
He's this wonderful, bewhiskered , white haired servant, hovering with a tray in the background.
‘My sacking from the programme reveals exactly what the company thinks of the countryside and country people,’ writes the bewhiskered farmer from the Fens.