grain - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

grain / зерно, зернистость, гран
[ɡreɪn]
[ɡreɪn]
Перевод
имя существительное
зерно
corn, grain, seed, kernel, granule, berry
зернистость
grain, grit
гран
grain
глагол
красить под дерево
grain
наводить мерею
grain
раздроблять
disintegrate, crumble, fracture, grain
Определения
имя существительное
wheat or any other cultivated cereal crop used as food.
He now had two patches of grain and maize while apricots, cherries, plums and quince hung heavily from boughs covered in thick, grey lichen.
a single fruit or seed of a cereal.
a few grains of corn
the smallest unit of weight in the troy and avoirdupois systems, equal to 1 / 5760 of a pound troy and 1 / 7000 of a pound avoirdupois (approximately 0.0648 grams).
The ounce was approximately 450 grains , i.e. slightly heavier than the modern one.
the longitudinal arrangement or pattern of fibers in wood, paper, etc..
he scored along the grain of the table with the knife
a person's character or natural tendency.
And it doesn't go with the grain of human nature.
глагол
give a rough surface or texture to.
her fingers were grained with chalk dust
paint (especially furniture or interior surfaces) in imitation of the grain of wood or marble.
the art of graining and marbling
remove hair from (a hide).
the boots were of best grained leather
feed (a horse) on grain.
The boy who took the mare in and grained it knew one thing about the owner instantly.
Примеры
Thus, even if a curious farmer were to plant some genetically modified grain received as food aid, its continued presence in the field is unlikely.
Old notions die hard, especially when they contain a solid grain of truth.
a grain of salt
Potatoes had the advantage of producing three times as much food per acre as grain .
Later, other tectonic events created a series of fractures that cut across the grain of the gneiss.
Food grain is brought from Gojam and used to feed the people.
Mark Bishop's Black Heart Myrtle platter has a simple shape that shows the rich colour and unusual grain of this timber.
I don't know anyone with a grain of football knowledge who thinks that England will saunter to a four-goal victory.
grain exports
The fabric may need to be refolded along the crosswise grain to accommodate the pattern pieces.