feud - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

feud / вражда, междоусобица, длительная вражда
[fjuːd]
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Перевод
имя существительное
вражда
enmity, feud, animosity, antagonism, opposition
междоусобица
civil strife, feud
длительная вражда
feud
глагол
враждовать
feud, be at enmity
ссориться
quarrel, brawl, bicker, fall out, fuss, feud
Определения
имя существительное
a state of prolonged mutual hostility, typically between two families or communities, characterized by violent assaults in revenge for previous injuries.
the long-standing feud between two noble families
глагол
take part in a prolonged quarrel or conflict.
these two families have been feuding since the Civil War
сокращение
feudal.
Примеры
To the despair of a generation ‘The Beatles’ were no more and were in a bitter feud , which was never going to be properly patched up.
I can see this whole thing boiling over into a bitter feud , possibly like that one on the news last week with the neighbours who argued over a fence and one of them ended up shot dead.
Their bitter feud has escalated since Shaq's offseason trade to Miami.
The bitter feud between huntsmen and the anti-hunt movement is about something quite different.
His murder was linked to an ongoing feud between two families from the area.
50 Cent has publicly called a truce with his rap protégé The Game, ending their bitter feud .
Although the Lis and the Murdochs tend to downplay it, there are elements of a family feud , something personal in the rivalry, dating back to 1993.
a savage feud over drugs money
The bitter feud between Magnier and Ferguson ended last March with the football manager accepting a one-off payment of £2.5m from Magnier to buy out his rights.
What better way than a bitter feud with a true rival?