conglomerate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

conglomerate / конгломерат, обломочная горная порода
имя существительное
conglomerate, aggregation, pudding-stone
обломочная горная порода
имя прилагательное
составленный из разных частей
collect, gather, pick, assemble, congregate, conglomerate
collect, gather, meet, assemble, congregate, conglomerate
accumulate, congest, agglomerate, gather, congregate, conglomerate
имя существительное
a number of different things or parts that are put or grouped together to form a whole but remain distinct entities.
the Earth is a specialized conglomerate of organisms
a coarse-grained sedimentary rock composed of rounded fragments (> 2 mm) within a matrix of finer grained material.
the sediments vary from coarse conglomerate to fine silt and clay
gather together into a compact mass.
atoms that conglomerate at the center
имя прилагательное
of or relating to a conglomerate, especially a large corporation.
conglomerate businesses
The conglomerate owners ordered heavy cuts in news budgets, and the networks decided they could save money by becoming partners instead of competitors in gathering exit poll data.
The lower Spring Valley Member consists of fluvial to shallow-water sedimentary rocks including conglomerate , sandstone, shale, banded iron formation and localized stromatolitic limestone.
This is especially true in economic matters, where reporters are understandably prone to self-censor criticism of their conglomerate owners.
You were signed to the major label corporate conglomerate thing, you did the American and European concert circuit, and now you've done away with all of that.
It's a conglomerate of three houses opened to one another and built in the old style - with arches, tufa (soft volcanic stone) and many stairs.
I might make conglomerate collage-type-things where I just paste sketches onto a single document and upload it as the character picture.
There is also disagreement on the impact of conglomerate mergers on competition.
Now, they're conglomerate empires and don't need to - hence my use of the word ‘subversive’.
Bands of sheared sandstone, mudstone, and conglomerate locally form broken units indicating deformation prior to full lithification of sediment, consistent with an accretionary complex origin.
That's equal to 40% of the conglomerate 's senior management team.