gabble - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

gabble / бормотание, бессвязная речь, нечленораздельная речь
[ˈɡæb.l̩]
[ˈɡæb.l̩]
Перевод
имя существительное
бормотание
muttering, mumbling, murmuring, mutter, mumble, gabble
бессвязная речь
incoherence, gabble, rave, splutter, sputter, incoherency
нечленораздельная речь
gabble, gibber
глагол
бормотать
mumble, mutter, murmur, babble, burble, gabble
говорить быстро
gabble, gibber, rattle
тараторить
gibber, jabber, gabble, patter
Определения
имя существительное
rapid, unintelligible talk.
There was some tired bureaucratic gabble - ‘An in-depth process that includes accountability will provide progress.’
глагол
talk rapidly and unintelligibly; utter meaningless sounds.
he gabbled on in a panicky way until he was dismissed
Примеры
There was some tired bureaucratic gabble - ‘An in-depth process that includes accountability will provide progress.’
Hens and roosters, showing off their gilded feathers, gabble under my window,
It always frustrates me when Ministers come down to the House and gabble through a speech written by someone else when they introduce a bill, and clearly do not have the faintest notion what the bill is doing or what it is about.
she wasn't very good at the random gabble of teenagers
Their excited gabble came so fast I was swamped, unable to follow them.
Otherwise what are you going to do with the magic, just treat it like a little parlour game for the rest of your life and gabble about it on the net afterwards?
Instead, peddling excuses as earlier clerics quoted psalms, he goes on a gabble about her ‘dignity’ - did the dead dog have a pedigree, do you think?
Another personality was Harry Hemsley, who had a little boy who spoke in an unintelligible gabble , but was understood perfectly well by his elder sister.
It doesn't turn anthropology or the story of human evolution on its head, a piece of science-correspondent gabble I think I heard during my goggle-eyed, gobsmacked, yelping look at yesterday evening's TV news.
There was a furious gabble of ‘right away milady!’