boa - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

boa / боа, удав, горжетка
[ˈbəʊ.ə]
[ˈboʊ-]
Перевод
имя существительное
боа
boa, necklet
удав
boa, constrictor, anaconda
горжетка
neckpiece, boa, necklet
Определения
имя существительное
a constrictor snake that bears live young and may reach great size, native to America, Africa, Asia, and some Pacific islands.
It's the smaller size of the boas found on certain Central American islands.
a long thin stole of feathers or fur worn around a woman's neck, typically as part of evening dress.
But instead I have gone with a more traditional flapper look, tassely little dress, feather boa , long black gloves, cigarette holder, fishnet stockings.
Примеры
His low voice muttered wistfully looking further down the path and seeing the wall that encased the palace like a boa and it's prey.
The coastal rosy boa , a gray snake with brown longitudinal stripes, occasionally shows itself.
Yeah, it's about time rock started to embrace its feminine side - will we ever see a rock star happy to wear a boa or make-up, or perhaps mince about the stage in a catsuit?
His unnamed female counterpart - a common boa - is longer at 7ft, but apparently has a sweeter personality.
But instead I have gone with a more traditional flapper look, tassely little dress, feather boa , long black gloves, cigarette holder, fishnet stockings.
The boa , which could grow up to 13 ft, or four metres long and live to be 30, is now being looked after in an animal haven in Surrey.
There was a feather boa around her neck as she played and I sang ‘good-bye, good-bye forever’ and it was a wonderful evening.
She had on long white gloves and a feather boa , as she sauntered onto the scene clutching her handkerchief she pretended to faint, and drop the hankie.
Whenever I am in the presence of a star, my chest tightens like a boa around my heart as I think of some witty lead into a conversation with them.
You know about the whale, but not about the boa down in Argentina.