dicky - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

dicky / манишка, пташка, фартук
[ˈdɪk.i]
[ˈdɪk.i]
Перевод
имя существительное
манишка
shirtfront, dickey, dicky, plastron, chemisette, bosom
пташка
bird, birdie, dicky, dickey
фартук
apron, skirting, pinafore, boot, dicky, dickey
имя прилагательное
нездоровый
unhealthy, unwell, ill, indisposed, unwholesome, dicky
слабый
weak, weakly, low, feeble, faint, dicky
неустойчивый
unstable, erratic, unsteady, labile, tippy, dicky
Определения
имя прилагательное
(of a part of the body, a structure, or a device) not strong, healthy, or functioning reliably.
a man with a dicky leg
Примеры
Yes, I know I devoted a whole entry to ‘how I had a dicky tummy and went home’ yesterday, but I'm not trying to make money out of this.
Andy, because of his dicky heart was excused, and was put in charge of liberating different coloured pens from the heavily guarded stock cupboard to make the graph more interesting.
You've had a dicky stomach for the last couple of days.
Struggled into work and spent the entire day trying not to fall asleep at my desk (I managed to get some shut-eye in the loos though - feigning a dicky tummy and doing my best to look pale, which wasn't too difficult).
So in summation: don't hate me, because though I am usually coolness personified, I do have really dicky moments.
He is Val, or Uncle Val as he likes to be known, an old man with a generous streak, a dicky heart and a customised Roller.
I have to keep fit anyway, because I've got dicky shoulders and I have to exercise to keep them in line.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time, but as my legs get a bit dicky I am certainly not going to miss pounding up and down that High Street in all weathers!
I mean, if you decide you need a motorized runabout because you have a dicky hip or your monstrous bulk is too heavy to haul to Safeway, do you qualify?
Now Warne looks exasperated, McGrath is a drinks waiter with a dicky elbow and dodgy ankle and the Australian cheerleaders have mislaid their pom-poms.