holt - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

holt / роща, лесистый холм, убежище
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Перевод
имя существительное
роща
grove, wood, copse, coppice, hurst, holt
лесистый холм
holt, hurst
убежище
asylum, refuge, shelter, haven, sanctuary, holt
Определения
имя существительное
the den of an animal, especially that of an otter.
They have built a false otter holt , or den, by the river - its exact location is a carefully kept secret - and there are unconfirmed reports that an otter-like creature has been seen in the location.
a grip or hold.
He couldn't get a holt on any money, so I told him about the Farmers' Loan
a wood or wooded hill.
Miller also refers to a change in this landscape, presumably after enclosure: ‘The crofts and garths, holms and holts … were no longer known’.
Примеры
The otter holt is among the most popular displays.
First, we scramble around rockpools in the furthest corner of the bay, to investigate an otter's holt , hidden under flat rocks.
They have built a false otter holt , or den, by the river - its exact location is a carefully kept secret - and there are unconfirmed reports that an otter-like creature has been seen in the location.
if you're lucky enough to get a holt to an alligator tail
A holt has been built on the banks of the River Wharfe to encourage the animals to continue using the river.
But the new teacher, very wise, and understanding June's spirit, soon enough found a way to get a holt on the girl's heart strings.
Wild bird cover crops, an otter holt and boxes for owls, kestrels and bats all contribute to wildlife diversity.
He couldn't get a holt on any money, so I told him about the Farmers' Loan
The trust has also built artificial holts in which otters can breed, and encouraged farmers, landowners and the public to do the same.
Miller also refers to a change in this landscape, presumably after enclosure: ‘The crofts and garths, holms and holts … were no longer known’.