crane - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

crane / кран, журавль, кран грузоподъемный
имя существительное
crane, tap, faucet, cock, spigot, water tap
crane, shadoof
кран грузоподъемный
вытягивать шею
crane, crane over, crane down, crane out, rubberneck, rubber
поднимать краном
колебаться перед опасностью
имя существительное
a large, tall machine used for moving heavy objects, typically by suspending them from a projecting arm or beam.
Giant cranes were lifting large, mangled steel beams and depositing them onto 18-wheelers.
a tall, long-legged, long-necked bird, typically with white or gray plumage and often with tail plumes and patches of bare red skin on the head. Cranes are noted for their elaborate courtship dances.
The courtship rituals of cranes are elaborate: paired birds spread their wings and leap repeatedly into the air while calling.
stretch out one's body or neck in order to see something.
she craned forward to look more clearly
move (a heavy object) with a crane.
the wheelhouse module is craned into position on the hull
From somewhere above, a man seated on a crane swung into the staging area.
Creative use of crane shots heightens the sense of menace at key times.
Another barge also had to be hoisted by crane on to a low loader.
It witnesses the confession not from inside the police station, but from a single take crane shot outside the building.
Instrumental in the success of the project was the tallest freestanding tower crane ever erected in Oklahoma.
A massive crane lowered the tank into place and nothing will be seen above ground except a section of concrete.
Then the crane swings back and drops its hook down into the hold again.
It used to be that a crane shot or a super-special camera package was a real rarity.
Questioned about a story point, they say things like, ‘Oh I'll just use a crane to shoot that scene.’
For the next sequence, the cameraman gets on to the crane for a wide-angle shot.