byword - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

byword / поговорка, притча во языцех, олицетворение
[ˈbaɪ.wɜːd]
[-wɝːd]
Перевод
имя существительное
поговорка
saying, proverb, adage, byword, rede, gnome
притча во языцех
byword
олицетворение
impersonation, personification, embodiment, epitome, incarnation, byword
символ
symbol, character, letter, sign, emblem, byword
прибаутка
byword
Определения
имя существительное
a person or thing cited as a notorious and outstanding example or embodiment of something.
his name became a byword for luxury
Примеры
The car company, which lives on despite, and because of, becoming a byword for reliable plodding, was promoting a new range of electric vehicles to council delegates visiting the racecourse yesterday.
As Shakespeare notes, the place was ‘a byword for remoteness’.
He is a byword for dedication and once memorably warned a caddie that he opened up and closed the practice range, routinely whacking 500 balls in a day.
The most intriguing of the calls is the one said to have been made by the flight's most famous passenger whose ‘Let's roll!’ phrase became a byword for the victims' heroism and patriotism.
The company became a byword for excellence, developing a team-based corporate culture, but by the 1990s, the vast company had become weighed down by bureaucracy.
Phrases like ‘puppy farms’ with its connotation of cute and cuddly has changed into a byword for appalling dens of excruciating cruelty.
But, instead, the plucky teenager is an academic high-flier and the life and soul of his school, where his name is a byword for good natured generosity.
Scotland could become an international byword for backwardness, intolerance and prejudice if that's what its elected representatives want.
The American Revolutionary's 1748 remark stands as a byword for industrial capitalism's hurry-up ethic.
The term ‘cultural safety’ has become such a byword for political correctness that it is often dismissed out of hand.