founder - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

founder / основатель, учредитель, основоположник
имя существительное
founder, patriarch, erector, constitutor, arch-founder
founder, constitutor
founder, initiator
settle, sink, subside, fall, cave in, founder
идти ко дну
go to the bottom, founder
имя существительное
a person who manufactures articles of cast metal; the owner or operator of a foundry.
an iron founder
a person who establishes an institution or settlement.
he was the founder of modern Costa Rica
laminitis in horses, ponies, or other hoofed animals.
Rapid intakes of highly fermentable diets that occur with meal-eating behavior may cause feed-related metabolic disorders such as acidosis, founder , and bloat.
(of a ship) fill with water and sink.
six drowned when the yacht foundered off the Florida coast
Keep donkeys off the sweet feed and grain, as they can founder and develop laminitis just as horses do.
Plenty of the founder members couldn't make it this close to Christmas, so January's event may well be larger.
When the 11 founder members of the euro fused their currencies in January 1999, European policymakers promised they were launching an economic powerhouse on the world to rival America.
he was the founder of modern Costa Rica
If it is not covered, the boat will founder in this tempest, and the ocean will summarily swallow the sailors and their dream.
The worst-case scenario is that his ship will founder and spill its load of heavy fuel into the ocean.
He was a founder member of many scientific establishments, including the Paediatric Pathology Society and the Society for Research into Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida.
In Scotland, the risky strategy could founder on the traditional perils of the nation's health bureaucracy.
And if shareholders believe a board is biased toward the interests of management, a buyout proposal can quickly founder .
However, the term is nothing more than ‘a marketing idea used to sell books,’ Slashdot founder Rob Malda believes.