footloose - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

footloose / независимый, свободный
[ˈfʊt.luːs]
[ˈfʊt.luːs]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
независимый
independent, irrespective, autonomous, free, sovereign, footloose
свободный
free, spare, leisure, loose, easy, footloose
Определения
имя прилагательное
able to travel freely and do as one pleases due to a lack of responsibilities or commitments.
I am footloose and fancy-free —I can follow my job wherever it takes me
Примеры
But I'm footloose and fancy free and there's nothing to stop me.
Contrary to the sceptics, MNCs are not simply national firms with international operations, nor are they, as the hyperglobalizers argue, footloose corporations which wander the globe in search of maximum profits.
Less security, more pressure and the constant fear that they would be thrown on the scrap heap because their business could not generate the hyper-profits that footloose global capital came to demand.
It is about the commitment of entrepreneurs and other employers to a community, not about footloose investments attracted by tax incentives or other concessions.
They're footloose , and they'll go where they can get the best deal.
In the meantime, my grandfather, finding himself footloose and fancy-free in London without any family to tie him down, went, ‘Whoohoo!’
The boomers are actually doing a lot more travelling than their footloose children.
It's in this part of the economy, and not in footloose multinational companies, where there's the highest potential for more good jobs.
Lots of industries are known as footloose , they aren't tied to any one location, and that's why it's important that the Houston story is told accurately, he said.
But beneath it all is the realisation that the modern world doesn't owe the trade union movement a future, and indeed, the trends of global capital are actively working against it by making the flow of capital so footloose and amoral.