harangue - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

harangue / речь, разглагольствование, обращение
[həˈræŋ]
[həˈræŋ]
Перевод
имя существительное
речь
speech, language, address, words, discourse, harangue
разглагольствование
spiel, harangue, peroration, speechifying, verbalization, expatiation
обращение
treatment, handling, circulation, appeal, address, harangue
глагол
разглагольствовать
hold forth, spout, expatiate, harangue, orate, spiel
произносить речь
make a speech, speak, deliver a speech, give a speech, harangue, orate
Определения
имя существительное
a lengthy and aggressive speech.
When he finished his lengthy harangue , everyone left, and Lohia wandered over to the nearest paanwallah to ask if Hanif was out yet.
глагол
lecture (someone) at length in an aggressive and critical manner.
the kind of guy who harangued total strangers about PCB levels in whitefish
Примеры
When he finished his lengthy harangue , everyone left, and Lohia wandered over to the nearest paanwallah to ask if Hanif was out yet.
Sun boss Scott McNealy gave the DoJ his lengthiest harangue at the company's AGM for stockholders yesterday.
they were subjected to a ten-minute harangue by two border guards
Sayle's prose is the same mixture as before - darkly comic harangues interspersed with infomercials about politics, fashion, and the world of celebrity.
Yes, they do bother me because they're constantly haranguing me.
It is easy to get sucked up into the harangues of Rockwell and company when one has limited knowledge of the conditions and behaviour that made such legislation necessary.
They forbade ‘political speeches, harangues , or canvassing among the troops.’
Returning to his old political ways, the general has again taken to delivering evangelical harangues and has challenged the media opposed to his campaign.
Judy said: ‘We are all very proud of our group and don't really like haranguing people for money all the time.
Close was a powerful preacher renowned for his tirades against Catholicism and this further annoyed Trollope, who had seen the harm caused by such harangues during his long residence in Ireland.