cannon - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

cannon / пушка, орудие, карамболь
[ˈkæn.ən]
[ˈkæn.ən]
Перевод
имя существительное
пушка
gun, cannon
орудие
gun, instrument, cannon, tool, implement, piece
карамболь
cannon, carom
глагол
обстреливать из пушек
cannon
отскочить при столкновении
cannon
столкнуться
run into, confront, run down, cannon
Определения
имя существительное
a large, heavy piece of artillery, typically mounted on wheels, formerly used in warfare.
Tommy Lynch of Leighlin wrote the ballad, and the old artillery piece was the cannon on the steps of the Courthouse in Carlow.
a carom.
A player makes a cannon by hitting the object balls with the cue ball.
a heavy cylinder or hollow drum that is able to rotate independently on a shaft.
I have news for you folks, a cannon is a machine tool.
глагол
make a cannon shot.
Having potted one, Tony tried to move some balls into the open but one ball cannoned onto another and in seconds it clipped the black sending it down.
Примеры
As the outer layers cooled, they compressed the inner layers, giving the cannon greater tensile strength.
Archaeologists yesterday put on show a 17th century cannon recovered from a wreck dubbed Scotland's Mary Rose.
Once they were in close, they could deliver devastating fire from their cannon and rocket armament; only a few hits could bring down a heavy bomber.
However, the Irish needed the castle's large cannon for use in reducing other strongholds in the region, and were anxious to do so with the minimum delay.
It looked like a central metal shaft with two spherical boosters on the side, and a main cannon in the front of the central shaft.
But in the visual chaos, one can discern leaning buildings, a crowd of people, and in the lower right, a wheeled, blasting cannon .
The cannon crews defended their guns with everything they had, turning from guns to knives and even their bare knuckles.
the gunships blasted arms depots with 105 mm cannon fire and rockets
In 1968 Gen. Franks returned to Fort Sill, where he commanded a cannon battery in the Artillery Training Center.
In her article on the last days of Byzantium, Judith Herrin emphasises just how noisy they were, with drums and trumpets and church bells sounding over the roar of cannon and the clash of steel.