erratic - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

erratic / неустойчивый, беспорядочный, странный
имя прилагательное
unstable, erratic, unsteady, labile, tippy, instable
messy, disorderly, random, erratic, indiscriminate, irregular
strange, weird, odd, bizarre, curious, erratic
имя существительное
эрратический валун
эксцентричная личность
eccentric, crank, oddball, freak, weirdo, erratic
имя прилагательное
not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpredictable.
her breathing was erratic
имя существительное
a rock or boulder that differs from the surrounding rock and is believed to have been brought from a distance by glacial action.
Huge glacial erratics , boulders unlike most of the other rocks in their surroundings, stand in mute testimony to their cross-country transport by advancing ice.
Rapid eye movement sleep is characterized by a highly erratic breathing pattern and could not be simulated with current technology.
The vehicle he was driving was stopped because of an erratic driving pattern typical of someone under the influence.
I think I prefer to see him as one of those ageing mongrels one sees with creaky back legs, white whiskers and erratic bowel movements.
I tried for a few photographs to show my appreciation but there was a frisky breeze, too light to notice if it were not for the constant erratic movement of flowers and leaves.
I did not know then that he had an erratic sleep pattern.
About 50 minutes later, just as people outside realized there was a problem, the elevator stopped its erratic movements.
Steady breezes create regular rollers, while erratic squalls thrust up chaotic surges.
Global warming is also implicated in increasingly erratic arctic weather patterns.
Now scientists say the warming trend, if it continues, will increase the erratic weather patterns.
As the herd gained momentum the bells on the lead cows rang out louder and the erratic clanging became a regular tolling.