blackguard - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

blackguard / мерзавец, подлец, уличный мальчишка
[ˈblæɡ.ɑːd]
[-əd]
Перевод
имя существительное
мерзавец
scoundrel, blackguard, scum, heel, vagabond
подлец
scoundrel, blackguard, sneak, stinker, skunk, heel
уличный мальчишка
gamin, guttersnipe, blackguard, mudlark, street-arab, dead-end kid
имя прилагательное
мерзкий
nasty, lousy, filthy, detestable, blackguardly, blackguard
глагол
сквернословить
blackguard
ругаться
swear, abuse, curse, cuss, revile, blackguard
Определения
имя существительное
a person, particularly a man, who behaves in a dishonorable or contemptible way.
Somebody obviously decided that they were going to stop me from talking and it's the action of a blackguard and a rogue.
глагол
abuse or disparage (someone) scurrilously.
‘They're blackguarding us and it will continue unless we sort it out and we will,’ he warned.
Примеры
you know what sort she is, yet you blackguard me when I tell the truth about her
This is an attempt to intimidate and blackguard the prison officers and this is an attempt that will fail.
Somebody obviously decided that they were going to stop me from talking and it's the action of a blackguard and a rogue.
He has attempted to blackguard the hunger strikers, calling for an investigation into reports that they have coerced their children into joining the fast.
‘Well,’ he said, ‘I don't profess to look on it from the religious ground, you know, but I thought it blackguardly , and in bad taste, and said so.’
Magnum, watch those blackguards until the police arrive.
Let the courts make an example of the perpetrators, and in doing so send out the message to others that their vandalistic and blackguardly ways are not acceptable to the decent majority.
It appears in many of these cases that the streets have been handed over to a small number of thugs and blackguards who give all young people a bad name.
I never knew that the judge could sentence me to prison for contempt of Court, unless I answered all the blackguardly questions about the Masters.
If a carpenter can be blackguarded as a drug addict, gambler and traitor, his wife arrested and ‘a number of key terrorist suspects’ rounded up and arrested on little or no evidence, what about other cases?