ewer - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

ewer / кувшин
имя существительное
jug, pitcher, jar, ewer, jugful
имя существительное
a large jug with a wide mouth, formerly used for carrying water for someone to wash in.
Various black-clad servants bustled about the room and began carrying in trays of food and ewers of water and wine.
‘Aye, that's so - thank God,’ Marion said briskly as she poured water into the bronze ewer on the table near the curtained bed.
A decorative ewer strung on the line in this work reappears in Kilim All Totem discharging small Op-art patterns from its perch atop a miraculous stack of oil barrels, porcelain vessels and colorful cartoon patches.
A number of significant pieces, such as a silver-gilt ewer and basin made by George Wickes for Frederick Prince of Wales, first acquired only a few years ago, did not arouse much enthusiasm on their reappearance on the market.
The women moved quickly and surely around the tent, a ewer of scented water, and a bowl appearing, along with towels and her change of clothes.
It was more their way to arrive unannounced, to appear swimming in the water trough between one dip of the ewer and the next, and then to fly away over the yard in a flurry of laughter.
Water trickles from a tributary spring into a ewer held against the outlet by a maiden gracefully leaning forward as she grasps the stem of an olive bush to steady herself.
The ewer and basin in Plates VI and VII are the only French objects among the early diplomatic gifts in the Kremlin collection and were presented by the earl of Carlisle probably because of their provenance rather than their stylishness.
This ewer , along with the rest of the service, weighing nearly seven thousand ounces altogether, descended in the Methuen family until 1920.
The ewer was excavated from the tomb of Li Xian, outside Guyuan Ningxia.
Figures and devices were painted and displayed on saddles, bridles, and collars, on censers, on goblets and cups, and flagons, on dishes and ewers , in tents, on curtains and on chairs, and upon all articles and utensils.