debutante - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

debutante / дебютантка
[ˈdeb.juː.tɒnt]
[-tɑːnt]
Перевод
имя существительное
дебютантка
debutante, rosebud, deb
Определения
имя существительное
an upper-class young woman making her first appearance in fashionable society.
About a quarter of a million people line the banks of the Thames and the race is part of the social season, attended by debutantes and society figures with strict entry and dress codes for some parts of the riverbank.
Примеры
Did her voice really sound that much like a Jewish American Princess debutante ?
Joyce Anstruther, as she then was, ‘came out’ as a debutante into the society marriage market.
Without going into too much detail, Mr. Skeffington is the story of an orphaned but popular young New York debutante and her morose brother, who squanders their fortune.
Fashion is a relative word when you're eight - at least it was 20 years ago - but, even then, a dark salmon cardigan ain't gonna make any young debutante the belle of the ball.
The year is 1949 and Lisa Norton plays Miriam, a 19-year-old debutante who has just run away from her parents.
the women's team includes eighteen year-old debutante Katharine Merry
In 1839 she came out in society as a debutante , with the Nightingales taking an entire floor of the Carlton Hotel in London's Regent Street to mark the event.
Elaine Webb never got the chance to be a debutante when she was a teenager, so she's decided to do it 40 years later.
They single out a debutante , Cecile de Volange, new to society and under the ever-watchful eye of her mother, and Hortense de Tourvel, a settled lady of a certain age.
Tea parties were Irene's favorite activity, and Elisa loved to pretend she was a high society debutante (which she would be in a matter of years but the girl was impatient).