gill - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

gill / бородка у петуха, второй подбородок, гимениальная пластинка
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Перевод
имя существительное
бородка у петуха
gill
второй подбородок
dewlap, gill
гимениальная пластинка
gill
Определения
имя существительное
the paired respiratory organ of fishes and some amphibians, by which oxygen is extracted from water flowing over surfaces within or attached to the walls of the pharynx.
Some others, like the Siamese fighting fish, are capable of breathing air in addition to extracting oxygen from the water with their gills .
the vertical plates arranged radially on the underside of mushrooms and many toadstools.
An agaric, such as the common field mushroom, has gills in the form of fine, radiating ‘plates’.
the wattles or dewlap of a fowl.
a unit of liquid measure, equal to a quarter of a pint.
The sets of weights were once the work tools of the county's pound police where they were used to measure the pounds, ounces, quarters and gills of an untold number of items.
a deep ravine, especially a wooded one.
After sampling the cheese, walk to the neighbouring village of Hardraw, which is Old English for ‘shepherd's dwelling ’, and view Hardraw Force where Hearne Beck plunges nearly 100 ft into the deep ghyll below.
глагол
gut or clean (a fish).
Immediately after this, gut and gill all fish you wish to eat.
catch (a fish) in a gill net.
Примеры
Immediately after this, gut and gill all fish you wish to eat.
Her cheese pudding has an ounce and a half of breadcrumbs, an ounce of cheese, one gill of milk and half an egg.
Rustic enough that the notice over the bar still claimed to serve spirits in measures of 1/6 gill .
It's lovely, you sort of follow a gill that has alders like the River Cover, but almost different trees, small and gnarled and ancient looking.
At school we had a free gill of milk each morning break as part of the government's plan to build a nation of healthy young things.
A tot is a sixth, a fifth, a quarter or a third of a gill of whisky.
Otherwise they have to keep swimming to force oxygenated water past their gills .
The sets of weights were once the work tools of the county's pound police where they were used to measure the pounds, ounces, quarters and gills of an untold number of items.
In an attempt to sell it all, he would visit motor camps, his car towing a trailer loaded with iced, gilled and gutted fish and him shouting, ‘fresh snapper for sale!’
Agaricus indicates a mushroom with gills , and bisporus refers to this variety's self-sufficiently needing no second mushroom to make little mushrooms.