cognate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

cognate / родственный, сходный, близкий
имя прилагательное
related, kindred, akin, sister, cognate, kin
similar, cognate, analogous, kindred, salable, consimilar
close, near, intimate, familiar, nearby, cognate
имя существительное
relative, cousin, kinsman, relation, cognate, connection
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имя прилагательное
(of a word) having the same linguistic derivation as another; from the same original word or root (e.g., English is , German ist , Latin est , from Indo-European esti ).
English mother and German Mutter are cognate words.
related; connected.
cognate subjects such as physics and chemistry
имя существительное
a cognate word.
It's a very old word, with cognates in most Germanic languages.
a blood relative.
All distinction between agnates and cognates in matters of succession had been abolished at the very time when the great collection of Roman law had been assembled and codified.
It is cognate with the maxim no doubt misleadingly summarised as ‘all crime is local’.
There is a major problem with some views concerning new developments in anthropology and cognate disciplines.
Interferences with the amenities of land and personal injuries arising during the use of land are cognate subjects.
His supporting analyses of property, social structure, poverty, progress, inequality, and cognate topics were wide ranging and deep.
The word neshama is a cognate of nesheema, which means literally ‘breath.’
In Descartes's use, ‘deduction’ and cognate expressions seem to describe an extended passage in thought from one consideration to another without doubt or unclarity setting in.
The Christian concept of passive heroism places a high value on endurance, which in Shakespeare's ethic is cognate with constancy and hence with truth.
However, many linguists think he chose cognate terms too broadly to bolster his reconstruction.
Certainly, the Golden Rule extolled in the book - ‘what you do not want done to yourself, do not do unto others’ - is cognate with the notions of reciprocity and fair-mindedness.
It might be inferred that these leaders experience significant gaps in several key cognate areas.