bummer - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

bummer / лентяй, разочарование, неприятное происшествие
имя существительное
bummer, lazybones, idler, sluggard, bum, slob
disappointment, disillusionment, frustration, disenchantment, disillusion, bummer
неприятное происшествие
имя существительное
a thing that is annoying or disappointing.
the party was a real bummer
a loafer or vagrant.
A good number of men now filling high places in the land have been, in their Californian days, bummers .
used to express frustration or disappointment, typically sympathetically.
You lost your wallet? Bummer!
Joanna Chilcoat, 17, plays Ellen (second from left), a singer/actress who's so unpopular that she had to beg her brother to be her prom date - bummer !
Although they are more prone to slip down, slippage is often not a problem with carbon posts, but it is a bummer if it happens to you.
They knew from their experience inside that war, that that war was a bummer .
Yeah it's a bummer for a couple of days but I guess it doesn't reflect poorly on the rest of our lives.
At first, news of devastating global climate change might seem a bit of a bummer .
One of the reasons I signed on is because I wanted to work with Frankenheimer, so it's a real bummer he's not doing it.
I turned around, relieved and I said to myself loudly ‘Well, bummer , no psychologist.’
The show was on fire, but no ride = bummer on that front.
The bill would allow the impecunious tramp, corner loafer, pimp and saloon bummer , who have no interests at stake, to go to the polls and make their voices heard.
The swagman loafer, or ‘ bummer ,’ times himself, especially in bad weather, to arrive at the shed just about sundown.