cavalier - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

cavalier / кавалер, всадник, рыцарь
имя существительное
cavalier, chevalier, beau, gallant, suitor
rider, horseman, knight, equestrian, cavalier, ride
knight, cavalier, chevalier, bachelor
имя прилагательное
unceremonious, offhand, brusque, cavalier, familiar, bareknuckle
royalistic, cavalier
arrogant, haughty, contemptuous, lofty, supercilious, cavalier
имя прилагательное
showing a lack of proper concern; offhand.
Anne was irritated by his cavalier attitude
имя существительное
a supporter of King Charles I in the English Civil War.
Those loyal to Parliament were called Roundheads; those loyal to the king were Cavaliers .
a small spaniel of a breed with a moderately long, noncurly, silky coat.
They also added the word cavalier to the breed's name.
Our political class has been particularly insensitive to this issue and this cavalier attitude has permeated society as a whole.
Every part of the cavalier 's and dragoon's armor was made to work together.
But in typically cavalier fashion he dismissed suggestions that he should be concerned about the problem of rising inflation.
But now his wife has spoken of her bitterness at the cavalier way she believes she was told their 21-year marriage was over.
And given our Health Minister's cavalier attitude to HIV / Aids, you'd think this would be one area on which the government could focus a little more attention.
Under a Republican administration, such cavalier dismissal of urban prosperity, even by a career HUD official, is dispiriting.
The uniform he wore was that of a British cavalier from the early 19th century.
‘There was little experience on which the company could draw, and the majority were cavalier in their attitude to railway finance and accounts’.
I am tired of Mr.Beattie and his hollow apologies, his cavalier attitude to our problems and his habit of making jokes and trivialising important issues.
Nor am I reassured by Galston's rather cavalier dismissal of economic liberty's importance for individual self-determination.