compass - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

compass / компас, циркуль, буссоль
имя существительное
compass, mariner's compass
compass, dividers, divider
compass, aiming circle, director, azimuth circle
имя прилагательное
semicircular, compass, half-round
scheme, meditate, hatch, compass, concoct, design
surround, compass, encircle, environ, enclose, envelop
обходить кругом
round, compass
имя существительное
an instrument containing a magnetized pointer that shows the direction of magnetic north and bearings from it.
Point the binos in any direction and a digital compass takes a bearing.
an instrument for drawing circles and arcs and measuring distances between points, consisting of two arms linked by a movable joint, one arm ending in a point and the other usually carrying a pencil or pen.
Discover that despite the aid of pairs of compasses , scissors and anything else you consider useful, the most you can get in before it breaks is about 1 cm.
the range or scope of something.
the event had political repercussions that are beyond the compass of this book
go around (something) in a circular course.
the ship wherein Magellan compassed the world
contrive to accomplish (something).
he compassed his end only by the exercise of violence
If we were born with magnetic detectors, the compass would never have been invented, because we wouldn't need one.
The car stopped further back on North Terrace, probably not within the compass of the map, but at best somewhere towards that very far left-hand side of the map.
We even relocate daybreak and sunset, which, one might surmise, are logical ways to determine the beginning and end of a given day, within the compass of clock-time.
Point the binos in any direction and a digital compass takes a bearing.
It is wonderfully satisfying to make these pictures by hand, patiently, with pencil and paper, compass and straightedge.
Within the relatively narrow compass of Northumberland and Durham - as it must seem to us today - it might even be said that he was a great one.
By ‘science’ he means ‘all that can fall within the compass of human understanding’.
The needs and expectations of the enquiring traveller change rapidly and it would be impossible to meet them all within the compass of single volumes.
All of this, he believed, falls within the compass of science.
a regular heptagon cannot be constructed accurately with only ruler and compass