bucket - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

bucket / ведро, бадья, черпак
имя существительное
bucket, pail, bucketful
tub, bucket, kibble, pail, skip, bowk
scoop, ladle, dipper, bucket, bailer, grab
lean heavily, bucket
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draw, scoop, draw upon, dip, ladle, bucket
имя существительное
a roughly cylindrical open container, typically made of metal or plastic, with a handle, used to hold and carry liquids or other material.
Sections of bamboo or plastic buckets are used to carry water from nearby streams for cooking and washing.
a unit of data that can be transferred from secondary storage in a single operation.
These caches can be thought of as simple hardware hash tables with fixed size buckets and no chaining, as shown in Figure 1.
rain heavily.
it was still bucketing down
(of a vehicle) move quickly and jerkily.
the car came bucketing out of a side road
When I went to Washington at Christmas I brought with me, at my sister's request, a giant bucket of Maltesers, and we sat and ate them, one after another, for hours.
she emptied a bucket of water over them
I bet you could get a bucket of builders’ sand and mix it with oil to get the same effect.
So he called his dad who brought up the tractor, and he got into the digger bucket and they maneuvered it up high into the tree and rescued her.
He's too lazy to use a bucket of soapy water and a broom.
The happy couple had perched an enormous bucket of popcorn next to them, and as Hugo pirouetted into his seat, he managed to knock over the entire thing.
This company also makes use of quick couplers on its loaders, so the bucket can quickly be attached or removed from the loader.
A bucket of soapy water, 7 bar towels and 2 rolls of paper towels later, the task was done.
A full investigation has been launched after a workman suffered severe arm injuries when he was crushed by a bucket on a digger at a recycling centre.
After he'd checked out the next morning he called the police on a payphone and told them he'd seen a boy out by the fields carrying a bucket and a packet of matches.