hooter - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

hooter / гудок, сирена
[ˈhuː.tər]
[-t̬ɚ]
Перевод
имя существительное
гудок
beep, toot, horn, buzzer, hooter, hoot
сирена
siren, buzzer, mermaid, foghorn, hooter, syren
Определения
имя существительное
a person's nose.
That's not to say that I won't put a couple of quid in for red nose day, but I'll pass on the hooter for the front grill if you don't mind.
a woman's breasts.
a siren or steam whistle, especially one used as a signal for work to begin or cease.
I can remember when steam called the worker to his work; every factory had a steam whistle or hooter , all different notes, and they could be heard, and responded to, all over town.
Примеры
The trams are electric, but the hooter sounds like that of a steam engine. We wondered why.
Lynx finished the stronger and completed the scoring with a drop goal from John Braddish and a McCully penalty on the final hooter for a deserved victory.
The sarge with the enormous hooter noted details and read it back.
I hit the hooter and shouted that I'd been waiting for that spot, but the idiot ignored me.
On the other hand, Michael Donnellan was allowed to take a kick (from which he scored a one-pointer), after the hooter sounded to signal half-time.
But then one day something catches your eye, something beautiful, something gliding along like a panther, something with four wheels and a hooter , yes a car!
We were on a high and they were just hanging on praying for the final hooter .
I can remember when steam called the worker to his work; every factory had a steam whistle or hooter , all different notes, and they could be heard, and responded to, all over town.
A mother was driving her five-year-old daughter home from school and beeped the car hooter by mistake.
A street vendor whose stall is only a few metres from where the truck crashed into a shop and finally came to a halt, said ‘A bang or a car hooter still makes me run for cover’.