bruit - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

bruit / шум, слух, молва
[bruːt]
[bruːt]
Перевод
имя существительное
шум
noise, sound, uproar, din, clamor, bruit
слух
hearing, rumor, hearsay, ear, talk, bruit
молва
rumor, fame, hearsay, report, buzz, bruit
глагол
распускать слух
give forth, bruit
Определения
глагол
spread (a report or rumor) widely.
I didn't want to have our relationship bruited about the office
имя существительное
a report or rumor.
a sound, typically an abnormal one, heard through a stethoscope; a murmur.
Stenosis in the artery causes a swishing sound, which is heard as a bruit on auscultation and also may be felt as a thrill or slight vibration in the vessel on palpation.
Примеры
is virtue to be established by common bruit only?
About one half of patients with renovascular hypertension will have an abdominal bruit identifiable on physical examination.
Stenosis in the artery causes a swishing sound, which is heard as a bruit on auscultation and also may be felt as a thrill or slight vibration in the vessel on palpation.
An arterial bruit can be heard over the liver in 7% to 29% of patients and is thought to reflect the highly vascular nature of the tumor.
On physical examination, it is important to look for postural changes in vital signs, presence of arrhythmias, carotid bruits , visual problems, gait and balance abnormalities, lower extremity strength, and joint function.
The idea that women are less able than men in science has been bruited about for centuries.
It's been bruited about by well-known theologians, sharp-tongued satirists and social critics (Mark Twain among others), but it's not really a very subtle point: The life of eternal blessedness sounds boring.
Meanwhile, in another city close to my heart, the concept of the football dream team is being bruited anew.
The idea of a plenary council for the Church in the U.S. has been widely bruited , but a plenary council has not been held since the nineteenth century and nobody quite knows what it would entail.
For it had been bruited about that he was soon to emerge as one of the black hopes of Negro literature.