horny - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

horny / роговой, рогатый, грубый
[ˈhɔː.ni]
[ˈhɔːr-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
роговой
horny, horn, corneous, keratoid
рогатый
horned, horny
грубый
rude, rough, gross, coarse, crude, horny
Определения
имя прилагательное
of or resembling horn.
a horny beak
feeling or arousing sexual excitement.
There is only one bed in the apartment, a fact that further excites the already horny Kurono.
Примеры
I can't even imagine a theater anywhere throwing together a pairing of that sort; of a movie that could only be shown to horny adults and another that couldn't possibly interest that crowd.
Keratin is an extremely tough protein material that comprises the bulk of hair, nails and horny tissue.
And it's packed with detail, too - crowds of moshing clubbers, roomfuls of half-cut horny partygoers, and more - none of which detracts from the important elements in each panel.
When I did my parody, Red Sophia, I extrapolated that this poor, magnificent warrior woman was probably getting unbelievably horny waiting for someone to come along who could beat her.
A cephalopod is also characterized by a horny beak secreted by the walls of the buccal cavity, and a radula within the buccal cavity.
Maybe I just saw myself swimming in this crazy, desperate, horny , existential, urban, greedhead-frenzy sea of random bodies, and maybe the act of sitting at the bar and doodling for no reason was my little antidote for it.
The hard corn, which is the most common type, appears as a dry, horny mass of hyperkeratosis with a hard central core.
One group likes horny skin and, from shape or location, are called microsporum, trichophyton, or epidermophyton.
The upper and the lower jaws were certainly covered with horny beaks in life, like the beak in turtles and, it can be assumed, in the Triassic rhynchosaurs.
Squamous cell cancers are often yellowish red in color with crusty or horny elevations of the skin.