gnarly - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

gnarly / несговорчивый, угловатый, шишковатый
[ˈnɑː.li]
[ˈnɑːr.li]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
несговорчивый
difficile, gnarly, stroppy, unaccommodating, spiky, sticky
угловатый
angular, awkward, gnarly, gnarled, three-cornered
шишковатый
gnarled, knobby, gnarly, bossy, tuberous, nubbly
Определения
имя прилагательное
gnarled.
Tucked away in the forest, and only accessible to those with local knowledge, its old contorted paperbark trees exhibited gnarly branches, trunks and burls.
difficult, dangerous, or challenging.
she battled through the gnarly first sequence
Примеры
Grob was giddy as hell up there, because the gnarly floes offered a rare challenge to a jaded ice-breaker.
La Sportiva is now making bouldering shoes with a Vibram rubber covering to assist with toe-hooking on gnarly problems.
The waitress who served you drinks the night before is probably the same person you'll see skiing a gnarly line the next day.
Another, who is in a five-year relationship, burns with embarrassment if she finds her feet sticking out of the covers when they're in bed together, because she thinks they're gnarly .
Once again, I defer to Timothy Gowers and his masterful lecture, where he spells out in detail how research contributions can be twisted, gnarly things that are hard to linearize.
Tucked away in the forest, and only accessible to those with local knowledge, its old contorted paperbark trees exhibited gnarly branches, trunks and burls.
I've never seen someone so gnarly get so much attention from so many women.
They are small, dark, rough, and gnarly , with concentric growth rings.
Even more gnarly - your older crew badmouths, rips on or even physically threatens your younger girls.
Oh, gentle reader, that would be the aforementioned Milo, screaming, held upside down with his head in the toilet receiving his twice monthly swirly from some gnarly looking bullies.