feathered - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

feathered / крылатый, покрытый перьями, украшенный перьями
имя прилагательное
winged, feathered, alar, pinioned, wingy, feathery
покрытый перьями
feathered, feathery, quilled, plumy
украшенный перьями
plumed, feathered, feathery, plumy
имя прилагательное
(of a bird) covered with feathers.
black-feathered ostriches
rotate the blades of (a propeller) about their own axes in such a way as to lessen the air or water resistance.
A fire erupted in the starboard engine and the pilot was unable to feather the propeller.
float, move, or wave like a feather.
the green fronds feathered against a blue sky
shorten or taper the hair by cutting or trimming.
my sister had her hair feathered
Through the sack poked two red wings; one was a leathery bat-like wing, the other was a feathered red wing that could have derived from a bird.
This page covers the first dinosaurs that we would clearly recognize as birds: feathered creatures who flew.
An elite group of warriors, the Dogs wore their feathered hats depicting their status as the bravest of the brave, men who pinned their sashes to the earth and stood their ground in battle, even to the death.
He looked quite dashing in knee-high boots, maroon pants and vest, and a clean white shirt, with a feathered hat to top it all off.
Perhaps it could have been the coy way that she covered herself with those feathered appendages I normally took for granted.
They were taught how to identify different birds and their habitat, methods of bird control, use of bird distress calls and how to disperse the feathered visitors using scaring techniques.
Touring with them is a joy, and on stage they wear all their feathered hats and warpaint and traditional clothes.
He firmly planted his feathered hat on his head and pulled his red jacket on before leaving his cabin to find Wesley.
I love catching a glimpse of the unexpected flower growing through cracks in a sidewalk, or the furry and feathered critters dodging us humans in their quest for food and shelter.
Lightly feathered dromaeosaurs might have relied on wings for help in climbing steep slopes and even entering trees, just as extant galliform birds do.