frolicsome - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

frolicsome / шаловливый, резвый, игривый
[ˈfrɒl.ɪk.səm]
[ˈfrɑː.lɪk-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
шаловливый
playful, naughty, frolicsome, impish, frolic, roguish
резвый
frolic, frisky, frolicsome, wanton, jiggish, high-spirited
игривый
playful, frisky, coquettish, skittish, coltish, frolicsome
Определения
имя прилагательное
lively and playful.
Around the year 850 in southern Abyssinia, a young goatherd named Khaldi noticed that his goats were particularly frisky and frolicsome when he brought them home in the evening.
Примеры
Much of the resulting fabric was built in Fascist times, and the sober, scraped, dull but essentially urban street fronts of that era set off the frolicsome Liberty monuments.
Their play with the golden balls was more frolicsome and a couple that rolled into the orchestra pit added a bit more frivolity.
A long bloody war painted red the frolicsome history that a common Kashmiri had enjoyed for a very brief period indeed.
A gracefully curling wave base bears aloft a pair of dancing dolphins, while overhead, a frosted-glass shade softly gleams with gently colored images of these frolicsome creatures at play.
Arriving fatigued but frolicsome in Vilnius 40 hours after leaving the UK, my initial impressions made it worth it as I meandered through what claims to be the largest ‘Old Town’ in Europe on my way to my holiday abode.
You know, boys were frolicsome , so they would distract your attention when you were doing things.
Then on to Tullaghan where the three grey horse in Maguire's field kicked their heels in the air and seemed anxious to join in as they galloped their own frolicsome lap of honour.
When push comes to shove in a desperate race to survive, Manny, Sid, Diego, Elle and her two frolicsome little brothers all pull together despite their differences.
Neither is it a frolicsome or supposedly innocent depiction, like Disney's Pocahontas.
Around the year 850 in southern Abyssinia, a young goatherd named Khaldi noticed that his goats were particularly frisky and frolicsome when he brought them home in the evening.