forage - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

forage / корм, фураж, фуражировка
имя существительное
feed, food, forage, fodder, feed-stuff, nutrition
fodder, forage, feed, provender, feed-stuff
foraging, forage
добывать продовольствие
rob, plunder, loot, pillage, despoil, forage
имя прилагательное
имя существительное
bulky food such as grass or hay for horses and cattle; fodder.
It may provide enough forage to delay turning cattle into spring pastures with limited growth that could be rapidly over grazed.
a wide search over an area in order to obtain something, especially food or provisions.
the nightly forage produces things that can be sold
(of a person or animal) search widely for food or provisions.
gulls are equipped by nature to forage for food
The true usefulness of the pig lies in its ability to forage anything from household waste to grass, and thrive.
Alexander must forage for the kind of food products no longer available in the shops (Dutch gherkins have replaced his mother's favourite).
If only the director trusted her audience, this could've been a sublime forage into the netherworld of the human psyche.
We found that parents forage during the nighttime and deliver collected food to the begging young in several small meals during the day.
Here, officials of the government-run Forest Department reportedly did not allow them to forage for food in the forests.
For both human and animal there are cues in the environment that help us judge whether to continue foraging in the same location or to forage elsewhere.
Prior to the two ladies feeding the pigeons, they had to go to open farmland each day to forage for food.
Red clover is grown widely as forage for dairy cattle in regions with poorly drained or low pH soils that are not suited for alfalfa production.
Even after the calf can forage for itself, it may hang around till the next calf is born.
The thin silken tissue they create using their fore legs forms a shield that protects them from predators such as ants and geckos and enables them to forage for food in relative safety.