definitive - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

definitive / окончательный, точный, дефинитивный
имя прилагательное
final, ultimate, definitive, conclusive, eventual, last
accurate, exact, precise, just, precision, definitive
имя прилагательное
(of a conclusion or agreement) done or reached decisively and with authority.
a definitive diagnosis
(of a postage stamp) for general use and typically of standard design, not special or commemorative.
This review includes definitive and commemorative stamp types with some exceptions.
имя существительное
a definitive postage stamp.
In contrast, the second set of definitives , the ‘Five Year Plan Series’, were forward looking and depicted the nation assuming its historical destiny as it sought to reconstruct its greatness through economic modernisation.
Written by Teddy Fennelly, the book is deemed to be the definitive text on the co-operative movement in Ireland.
Histomorphology, therefore, remains as the gold standard for a definitive diagnosis.
Is that really the tiny study where Noah Webster penned his definitive dictionary?
They only printed two billion of these definitive stamps, so hurry up while supplies last!
Despite its noble remit, and the broad range of material which must have been available, this is not a definitive anthology in terms of calibre.
Next year, Delta will receive 11 737-800s and says it has a definitive agreement to sell them.
In a statement released on Sunday the company confirmed it had reached definitive agreement to sell the company to three private equity groups.
If a definitive agreement is signed - one is hoped for by the end of April - Reilly will be named president and CEO of the new company.
I recall well the thrill of finding in a Paris bookshop a definitive biography of the contemporary French king, Louis VII.
This last species may occur in N. Iraq near the Turkish border but I haven't found any definitive documentation.