bluebell - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

bluebell / колокольчик, пролеска
[ˈbluː.bel]
[ˈbluː.bel]
Перевод
имя существительное
колокольчик
bell, bluebell, campanula, handbell, bellflower, harebell
пролеска
bluebell, mercury
Определения
имя существительное
a widely cultivated European woodland plant of the lily family that produces clusters of bell-shaped blue flowers in spring.
Daffodils, wild hyacinths and tulips, snowdrops, bluebells , daisies and buttercups littered the earth.
any of a number of other plants with blue bell-shaped flowers, in particular.
In amongst the shrubs and trees are many more delights both indigenous and exotic, in the form of plants such as Spanish bluebells and South African gazanias.
Примеры
This comes from the Spanish bluebell which can be purchased in some garden centres.
Spanish bluebell is a good bet everywhere except the intermediate and low deserts.
Velvety bluebells that had sprung up here and there on the slopes began to shed off their soft blankets of dewdrops as the sun and wind woke them and spread their petals invitingly.
Autumn is the time to put in bulbs for early spring including snow-drops, daffodils, crocuses, lilies and bluebells .
Victims of this form of offence have tended to be the more charismatic species such as bluebells , orchids, snowdrops and water lilies, yet some lichens and mosses have also suffered.
I'm going to paint among the wild flowers of oak woods - primroses, bluebells , anemones and wild garlic, above an estuary as the tide ebbs and flows.
And when you see the bluebells in the spring and the wild thyme, and the broom and the heather, you're seeing what their eyes saw.
The creamy white hawthorn blossom puts on a spectacular show and woodland bluebells and yellow furze bushes give us a dazzling display of colour.
Species propagated from bulbs, such as hyacinths, daffodils, snowdrops, bluebells and irises, often require cold winter temperatures to stimulate root development.
One of its manifestations was naturalistic sweeps of winter aconite, bluebells , daffodils or anemones multiplying by the thousands in woodlands.