ceiling - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

ceiling / потолок, перекрытие, обшивка
[ˈsiːlɪŋ]
[ˈsiːlɪŋ]
Перевод
имя существительное
потолок
ceiling, roof, soffit, plafond, back
перекрытие
overlap, ceiling, overlay, floor, lap
обшивка
skin, covering, sheathing, casing, shell, ceiling
Определения
имя существительное
the upper interior surface of a room or other similar compartment.
Hard landscape materials are the walls, floors and ceilings of our outdoor rooms.
the inside planking of a ship's bottom and sides.
Suddenly a thud knocked the shuttle ninety degrees as the crew inside were bashed against the ceiling of the small craft.
глагол
line or plaster the roof of (a building).
Following the two down a neat, gravel path, up a set of wide steps, and, after taking a deep breath, I went through the French doors into a marble-tiled, high ceiled sage hallway.
Примеры
Suddenly a thud knocked the shuttle ninety degrees as the crew inside were bashed against the ceiling of the small craft.
The weather was VFR, with visibility at 25 miles and a broken ceiling at 20,000 feet.
The development of an economically viable way to extract oil from oil shale would put a ceiling on oil prices and would extend the oil era by decades.
But the ceiling on prices does not necessarily mean a crash is inevitable.
Annual price rises would be limited to a ceiling determined by the government in line with inflation and exchange rate considerations.
Some people are filled with a sense of freedom and openness when they walk into a large, near-empty room with a high ceiling , high windows and plenty of light.
A number of miles passed under the nose as the aircraft brushed the bottom of the weather ceiling .
the aircraft's quoted ceiling of 24,000 feet
The pilot of a single-engine Piper Cherokee flew in marginal VFR conditions when the ceiling suddenly dropped.
The cloud ceiling was about 9,000 feet, with a temperature of 62 degrees.