frisk - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

frisk / обыскивать, резвиться, прыгать
[frɪsk]
[frɪsk]
Перевод
глагол
обыскивать
search, ransack, frisk, rummage, go through, seek through
резвиться
frolic, sport, play, frisk, rollick, run about
прыгать
jump, leap, hop, skip, spring, frisk
имя существительное
прыжок
bounce, jump, leap, hop, spring, frisk
обыскивание
frisk
скачок
jump, leap, hop, bounce, caper, frisk
Определения
глагол
(of a police officer or other official) pass the hands over (someone) in a search for hidden weapons, drugs, or other items.
One of them relieved Phelps of his gun and gun belt, while the other frisked him for hidden weapons or other ‘dangerous’ articles.
(of an animal or person) skip or leap playfully; frolic.
this did not deter the foal from frisking about
имя существительное
an act of frisking someone.
The panel addressed the issue of whether probable cause to seize an object can arise during a frisk when a police officer knows the object in question to be narcotics.
a playful skip or leap.
As the procession approached Hadleigh, he slipped off his horse, and leaped and took a frisk or two, as men commonly do in dancing.
Примеры
According to zoo staff, they are unable to fully prevent the entry of plastic as they have no powers to frisk people entering the zoo.
Oh alright, I'll go and frisk , I suppose, if you insist.
He held me tighter as his colleague proceeded to frisk me.
For four years John Phelan allowed the beautiful freckled-faced colt to frisk and gambol to his hearts content in long meadow.
But such detection is allowed and is arguably a much lesser intrusion of privacy than, say, a frisk might be.
They will come and take you out to the back area, and they will do a bit of a frisk .
A frisk is a pat down on the outside of your clothing.
The bouncers accordingly started a five minute long frisk to ensure that they were not smuggling in any bottles of spirits.
As the procession approached Hadleigh, he slipped off his horse, and leaped and took a frisk or two, as men commonly do in dancing.
There was a man called Mr. Montaro Mori who was a student of the Tokyo Imperial University, which later became Tokyo University, and he and I and some others used to frisk around together.