ebony - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

ebony / негр, черное дерево, эбеновое дерево
[ˈeb.ən.i]
[ˈeb.ən.i]
Перевод
имя существительное
негр
Negro, black, nigger, ebony, darkey, darky
черное дерево
ebony, ebon
эбеновое дерево
ebony
имя прилагательное
из черного дерева
ebony
эбеновый
ebony, ebon
черный как смоль
pitchy, ebony, coalblack, ebon, jetty, pitch-black
Определения
имя существительное
heavy blackish or very dark brown timber from a mainly tropical tree.
During Victorian times, the use of more exotic timbers like mahogany and ebony became popular, meaning trees were exported from Africa, Asia and the Americas.
a tree of tropical and warm-temperate regions that produces ebony.
Many of the islands are mountainous and heavily forested with teak, ebony , and sandalwood.
Примеры
Most of their hair is dyed ebony black along with their fingernails.
Even though all that could be seen of him was his light brown cloak, black scarf and icy ebony hair, the people staring at him had their shoulders tensed in hostility.
Once in a while the really dense woods, such as boxwood and ebony can fool me, and I really have to work hard to tell the difference between Madasgar and Honduras rosewood.
During Victorian times, the use of more exotic timbers like mahogany and ebony became popular, meaning trees were exported from Africa, Asia and the Americas.
Before she left, she was given an array of presents from former students, including an ebony carving of a Masai family.
With his bright blue sapphire eyes and ebony black spiked hair he stunned the school's female population, excluding Amanda and her friends.
It is usually much less ambitious and is most frequently found in small self-contained panels set within veneers of walnut, olive, or ebony .
his ebony hair
The dark brown colour of his eyes matched his ebony hair.
The serving table, attributed to Thomas Seymour, is topped by two extremely rare American knife cases that employ charred poplar to simulate ebony .