borehole - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

borehole / буровая скважина, шпур
[ˈbɔː.həʊl]
[ˈbɔːr.hoʊl]
Перевод
имя существительное
буровая скважина
borehole, drill-hole, boring, mining hole
шпур
hole, borehole, blast-hole, shot
Определения
имя существительное
a deep, narrow hole made in the ground, especially to locate water or oil.
Encia workmen are punching boreholes deep into the ground to suck up oily chemicals which leaked into aquifers far beneath the surface.
Примеры
In practice, a relatively constant flow rate can be provided to the borehole via a water pump that has a pumping head of at least 100 m.
Then a specific place in the center of each grid has been selected for excavating the geotechnical borehole .
He said the company had accepted to work on the stadium's water reticulation system which includes putting up a borehole and a water tank.
The borehole is located onshore NW Wales, a few kilometres seaward of the surface trace of the Mochras fault.
The deeper the borehole the greater the geological barrier and consequent safety factor but, as indicated above, there are other valuable benefits of going to the depths proposed.
The community of 35 currently get their drinking water supply from a borehole next to the pier, but over the past few years the system has been prone to equipment failure.
Dating of the seismic reflectors in our dataset is hampered by the lack of accurately dated successions in deep boreholes in the region.
And one area that has not been recognised by many but has been appreciated by people in rural areas is the provision of clean water through sinking of boreholes and creation of dams.
Gleneagles Hotel has managed to get a massive reduction in its water bill after threatening to dig boreholes in its grounds and create its own private water supply.
Water in all the boreholes that were sunk in the area had turned salty and the commodity could not be used for domestic purposes, not even for irrigation because the crops were drying.