found - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

found / найденный, снабженный всем необходимым
имя прилагательное
found, detected
снабженный всем необходимым
found, self-contained
base, found, establish, rest, ground, set up
found, build, rest, bottom, lean, repose
ground, found
имя существительное
prospect, found
имя прилагательное
having been discovered by chance or unexpectedly, in particular.
(of a ship) equipped; supplied.
the ship was two years old, well found and seaworthy
establish or originate (an institution or organization), especially by providing an endowment.
the monastery was founded in 1665
construct or base (a principle or other abstract thing) according to a particular principle or grounds.
a society founded on the highest principles of religion and education
melt and mold (metal).
discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly.
Lindsey looked up to find Neil watching her
recognize or discover (something) to be present.
vitamin B12 is found in dairy products
(of a thing) reach or arrive at, either of its own accord or without the human agent being known.
water finds its own level
Betke was better off when he was digesting found sounds into something murky and nebulous.
On the first album, you used a lot of found sounds recorded around the house.
He was okay, but you've seen found pieces and discarded tat turned into art before.
Brady Cranfield had set up a pristine white area to host his collection of found records.
Sounds that can be used must be generated as found sound by the composer/performer.
As the song comes to a close, a mandolin slowly takes over, building a discreet line around a series of found sounds.
Using found musical reference, in a recognisable form is a tricky and perilous business.
More than a sonic photo album, this gives an interesting insight on the found sounds used on both albums.
Like it or not, our society for the most part was founded on a basic principle of freedom of choice.
In the colonial period, a number of major colleges were founded primarily for the purpose of educating clergymen.