gamine - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

gamine / озорной, лукавый, проказливый
[ˈɡæm.iːn]
[ˈɡæm.iːn]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
озорной
mischievous, naughty, wicked, sly, gamine, prankish
лукавый
sly, wily, arch, quizzical, gamine, pawky
проказливый
impish, elfin, larky, puckish, elfish, gamine
Определения
имя существительное
a girl with mischievous or boyish charm.
The missing link between Burroughs and Ginsberg on the one hand and Dylan and Richards on the other, she was a working-class Catholic girl from New Jersey and a possessed gamine whose performances verged on the shamanistic.
имя прилагательное
characteristic of or relating to a girl with mischievous or boyish charm.
On impulse, she arranges a meeting with the woman, who turns out to be a gamine art gallery director.
Примеры
Today she, 24, still has a gamine , slightly gauche quality.
She sat there with her hair pulled back, her gamine face shining, her eyes slyly crinkling, and bit on her pencil.
The missing link between Burroughs and Ginsberg on the one hand and Dylan and Richards on the other, she was a working-class Catholic girl from New Jersey and a possessed gamine whose performances verged on the shamanistic.
During the intermission I noticed Roberto, at the rail of one of the boxes, deep in conversation with a wiry, chignoned gamine .
On impulse, she arranges a meeting with the woman, who turns out to be a gamine art gallery director.
Sciorelli's dark eyes watch a young gamine pass by the table.
These streets are the marketplace for garrulous gamine , who ekes out a living selling flowers to wealthy slummers.
She plays Julie, a stock character familiar to devotees of the art film: the adorably fey, nearly silent gamine looking for love.
It's hard to equate the gamine , charming, and very pretty but quite girl-next-door woman sitting before us with the singer, actress and face of L' Oreal who cannot leave home without trouble arising.
In Self-Portrait, the artist presents herself as a clear-eyed gamine , seemingly defined by the field of animals, dolls and tchotchkes that surround her image.