burrow - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

burrow / нора, норка, червоточина
имя существительное
hole, burrow, den, lodge, earth, digging
mink, burrow
worm-hole, burrow, applegrub, pith fleck
rummage, delve, burrow, scrabble, rummage about, rummage in
рыть нору
рыть ход
имя существительное
a hole or tunnel dug by a small animal, especially a rabbit, as a dwelling.
Spheniscus species generally use unlined nests in burrows , crevices, caves, or surface scrapes.
(of an animal) make a hole or tunnel, especially to use as a dwelling.
moles burrowing away underground
The pair may excavate their own nest, or use the abandoned burrow of another animal.
It is equipped with a rock drill and grinder, and a ‘mole’ that can burrow under the ground, collecting soil from a depth of 1.5 metres.
Mature larvae burrow into the stalks and pupate, and a summer flight of moths appears from late July to August.
These tiny worms burrow into pea roots and do significant damage.
The worms then burrow into the soil and form an earthen cell, entering the prepupa stage, which overwinters.
Upon hatching, the larvae burrow into the seed, where they complete development, pupate, and emerge as adults.
The buildings reach above and the tunnels burrow below.
Sheep graze, rabbits burrow , the young were out, you will see a giant triangular box (probably little owl) and nearby another magic dewpond.
These little dogs can burrow and will demonstrate this ability in your garden unless discouraged.
In 1942, an American fighter pilot crash-landed in southern Morrocco and stumbled upon a burrow of the rabbits.