contrary - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

contrary / вопреки, вразрез, против
contrary, despite, against, in opposition
against, contrary, in opposition, contra, over against, con
имя существительное
opposite, contrast, opposition, contrary, contradiction, inverse
нечто противоположное
contrary, contra
нечто обратное
имя прилагательное
opposite, opposed, contrary, reverse, counter, inverse
nasty, contrary, disgusting, repugnant, obnoxious, yucky
stubborn, obstinate, opinionated, headstrong, dogged, contrary
имя прилагательное
opposite in nature, direction, or meaning.
he ignored contrary advice and agreed on the deal
perversely inclined to disagree or to do the opposite of what is expected or desired.
she is sulky and contrary where her work is concerned
имя существительное
the opposite.
the magazine has proved that the contrary is true
a contrary proposition.
For what are contraries cannot coincide in one and the same subject.
So although some journalism professors may worry that military embedding is subverting the media, I would argue the contrary .
I'm sure that my contrary nature contributed to my insistence upon always choosing the story option, but mostly I just enjoyed writing fiction.
In fact, several influential commentators offer a contrary assessment that links globalization to new forms of cultural expression.
He further highlighted that we can test general statements by searching for contrary instances.
And so the picture began to build up of an obstinate, contrary old man, with a fixed idea which no one could dislodge.
I think everybody has a very contrary element in their nature, a counter to the everyday.
A second dive and a contrary wind gave John Liddiard the chance to sample one of the Red Sea's lesser-known wrecks.
He was concerned that a member of the medical profession completed two forms which gave contrary certifications in this particular case.
Worse, it is hard to imagine any way either to prove this or to prove the contrary .
Behind racism is a sort of double-think that renders belief in the determining importance of race immune to contrary evidence.