hollow - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

hollow / полый, пустотелый, пустой
[ˈhɒləʊ]
[ˈhɑːloʊ]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
полый
hollow, cored, sunken, bladdery
пустотелый
hollow
пустой
empty, blank, vacant, unoccupied, idle, hollow
имя существительное
полость
cavity, chamber, hollow, void, hole, cave
пустота
emptiness, void, vacuum, hollow, blank, vacancy
дупло
hollow
наречие
вполне
quite, completely, well, fully, perfectly, hollow
совершенно
completely, absolutely, quite, entirely, perfectly, hollow
глагол
выдалбливать
hollow, hollow out, gouge, cave, scoop, indent
выкапывать
dig, scoop, dig out, excavate, scrape out, hollow
Определения
имя прилагательное
having a hole or empty space inside.
each fiber has a hollow core
without significance.
the result was a hollow victory
имя существительное
a hole or depression in something.
a hollow at the base of a large tree
глагол
form by making a hole.
a tunnel was hollowed out in a mountain range
Примеры
The large wooden doors closed behind him automatically with a hollow boom, not unlike the sound of a tomb being shut.
Typically the bread puffs up in baking leaving it hollow inside like an empty pocket, making it particularly suitable for stuffing to form a sandwich.
A deeper read, however, suggests something more complicated, a pattern of embarrassing defeats and hollow victories.
Looking towards next season all the claims that the new stadium is not affecting cash flow seem very hollow .
Such excuses sound pretty hollow right now, even to me.
So any promises of anonymity ring a little bit hollow to me.
Hey, a hollow victory is better than no victory at all, right?
In a single day his stubbly cheeks had begun to look hollow , and the muscles of his shoulders and legs stood out in dehydrated splendor.
Does not the claim of the government which claims to promote travel and tourism appear hollow to you?
An award-winning cabin in Monteagle is nestled in a Tennessee mountain hollow and projects from the hillside to overlook a mountain stream.