buttress - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

buttress / опора, контрфорс, подпора
имя существительное
support, prop, reliance, bearing, mainstay, buttress
buttress, counterfort, pier, abutment
buttress, stand, stock, strut
support, maintain, endorse, sustain, encourage, buttress
служить опорой
buttress, afford a basis, backstop, buttress up
prop, prop up, buttress, shore, support, back
имя существительное
a projecting support of stone or brick built against a wall.
The remnant of a long-disused church building, it was built out of solid stone with massive buttresses supporting long, high walls.
a source of defense or support.
there was a demand for a new stable order as a buttress against social collapse
provide (a building or structure) with projecting supports built against its walls.
a buttressed wall
increase the strength of or justification for; reinforce.
authority was buttressed by religious belief
Although these thrusts can be resolved by tensile reinforcing in the perimeter beams it is simplest, and most natural, and stable to use the building itself to buttress the horizontal thrusts.
Wenger noted that sustained workplace relationships and interaction buttress communities of practice.
They were a more effective buttress of the Crown than its own bureaucracy or civil service.
The ‘truth’ becomes another buttress in the society's ideological infrastructure.
In these short few weeks the coach must re-shape - he vehemently contests the description ‘rebuild’ - Rangers, with a new midfield, attack, and a defensive buttress or two.
In other words, participant observers frequently buttress their observations with methods of data collection that allow them access to important areas that are not amenable to observation.
I suggested we descend an intermediate ridge, cut across the western cirque, climb the northwest buttress of Cloud Peak, circle around, and complete the entire enchainment in the reverse direction.
Whether in business or politics, partnerships are supposed to buttress the strengths of those involved.
The path goes up by the left side of the main buttress in front of you.
I leaned against the damp stone of the buttress , tilting my head to follow the line of the sheer wall up to where the ghosts of clouds raced before the moon.