consonant - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

consonant / согласный, созвучный, совместимый
имя прилагательное
consonant, harmonious, concordant, consonantal, agreeable, content
consonant, accordant, assonant, harmonious
compatible, consistent, consonant, reconcilable
имя существительное
согласный звук
имя прилагательное
denoting or relating to a consonant sound or letter.
a consonant phoneme
in agreement or harmony with.
the findings are consonant with other research
имя существительное
a basic speech sound in which the breath is at least partly obstructed and which can be combined with a vowel to form a syllable.
The accumulated differences in the vowels, consonants , and syllable lengths gives dramatic speech a totally different pace.
The work began to display a tendency towards regular rhythmic pulse, consonant intervals and an impertinent use of the then forbidden octave.
The following lesson took place during a typical reading activity in one classroom in which the teacher introduced consonant digraphs and then elicited examples of words with consonant digraphs.
The remaining 30 words included a silent consonant as the final letter of each word.
Even when the editor's observations are not consonant with the latest research (a rarity) they can become new starting points of discussion.
Secondly, whatever is consonant with scripture, may be proved by scripture: but there are many things not dissonant from scripture which cannot be proved by it.
Students in the low-level group were not reading words but were learning letter names and sounds, and how to blend consonant and vowel sounds to make syllables.
From about 1600, however, they were gradually separated over a period of more than two centuries into the vowel letters i, u and the consonant letters j, v.
The consistency of pronunciation of the consonant ending can be illustrated with the words ending with s.
PET (positron emission tomography) imaging conducted while subjects listened to consonant or dissonant chords showed that different localized brain regions were involved in the emotional reactions.
When my daughter, Isabel, was just beginning to talk, there were many things she wanted to say but couldn't because the words she needed contained consonant sounds that were too difficult.