fulminate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

fulminate / громить, греметь, изливать гнев
[ˈfʊl.mɪ.neɪt]
[ˌfʊl.mɪˈneɪ.ʃən]
Перевод
глагол
громить
thunder, smash, destroy, batter, fulminate, smear
греметь
rattle, thunder, boom, clatter, roll, fulminate
изливать гнев
fulminate
Определения
имя существительное
a salt or ester of fulminic acid.
In the short span of years between 1807 and 1820, metallic fulminates proved an efficient method for igniting powder charges and developed into the familiar and practical percussion cap.
глагол
express vehement protest.
all fulminated against the new curriculum
Примеры
But resisting his blandishments, the German foreign minister began to fulminate for the cameras.
It took the detonation from his mercury fulminate blasting cap to initiate the explosion.
Building an ideological platform takes time, as conservatives learned, and it can't be done just by fulminating and denouncing.
When serum creatinine levels begin to rise, considerable glomerular damage has already occurred, and noncognizance of the renal status when treating hypertension may lead to fulminating renal failure.
Sheepishly, I picked myself up from the ground weakly, completely fulminating with rage at the laws of gravity.
She fulminated against this opinion for decades.
The course of the anemia ranges from mild with gradually developing symptoms to acute with fulminating symptoms.
As environment minister, Michael Meacher fulminated that ‘housing is not, and should not be a status symbol, an object of conspicuous consumption or a source of market power and wealth.’
From the columns of The Manchester Guardian Lawrence fulminated against the evils of his time; from the pages of The Skilled Labourer the couple thundered against the evils of the past.
In the short span of years between 1807 and 1820, metallic fulminates proved an efficient method for igniting powder charges and developed into the familiar and practical percussion cap.