burnout - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

burnout / прекращение горения
[ˈbɜːnaʊt]
[ˈbɜːnaʊt]
Перевод
имя существительное
прекращение горения
burnout
Определения
имя существительное
the reduction of a fuel or substance to nothing through use or combustion.
good carbon burnout
physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress.
high levels of professionalism that may result in burnout
failure of an electrical device or component through overheating.
an antistall mechanism prevents motor burnout
a method of producing textile patterns in which a design is etched by chemicals that destroy only the surface fibers.
a tangerine jersey halter with silk floral burnout skirt
Примеры
Despite lengthy recruitment and training processes, the picture is of teleworkers prone to stress, leading to burnout and rapid staff turnover.
He said he understood that at times this was down to the burnout of motors at the reservoir.
‘I should have collapsed from burnout and shock,’ Richard said of that time. She thought about getting herself and her family out of town.
Electrical burnout of fluorescent lighting ballasts causes the heating and. volatilization of an asphalt potting-compound inside the ballast.
Next, so that you don't suffer from burnout by overworking, take time to review and plan each move that you make toward your leaner, meaner company.
The display screen of claim 1 wherein said microbeads have a generally prolate shape so as to resist mechanical shock and electrical burnout .
It is proved that high local overheating in the filament region is the cause of local electrical burnout of the devices.
Failure to build in adequate rest into training will inevitably lead to both physical and mental burnout as well as injury.
The report concluded that there are too few nurses on the job, many of them suffering physical and emotional burnout .
Separation of the boosters took place 2 m 30 s after liftoff, shortly followed by first stage burnout , separation and the ignition of the launcher's second stage.