hunt - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

hunt / охотиться, преследовать, травить
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Перевод
глагол
охотиться
hunt, prey, chase, shoot, prey on, prey upon
преследовать
pursue, chase, persecute, haunt, follow, hunt
травить
veer, slack off, hunt, hound, pay, pay out
имя существительное
охота
hunting, hunt, chase, shoot, shooting, sport
поиски
search, quest, pursuit, hunt, rummage, battue
группа охотников с гончими
hunt
Определения
имя существительное
an act of hunting wild animals or game.
Guided big game hunts are also sometimes offered.
an oscillating motion around a desired speed, position, or state.
глагол
pursue and kill (a wild animal) for sport or food.
in the autumn they hunted deer
(of a machine, instrument needle, or system) oscillate around a desired speed, position, or state.
In one aborted poem I explored the feeling by examining the way a tuning circuit hunts up and down its scale to locate and fix on a signal.
(in change-ringing) move the place of a bell in a simple progression.
Примеры
The hunt 's Hound Show sees dogs which have been kept during the summer reunited with those which have been kennelled.
Detectives yesterday continued their hunt for a hooded man seen fleeing the scene and appealed for a young couple who may have seen him fleeing to come forward.
One answer for the guy with no time for a proper hunting trip is a weekend hunt at a game ranch.
Living with elephants and giraffes, and seeing lions hunt and kill, was fantastic.
It is the end of the hunt when the animal is torn to pieces that the majority of people do not like.
But lions could hunt the domesticated cows and goats common on the island.
These pythons actively hunt rats and gerbils, following them into their burrows.
However, Native peoples are still allowed to hunt these whales for food.
Maybe one day I'd move to a place where I could hunt my own food in the wild, not have to resort to caged rabbits in a basement.
An annual hunt of roughly 20 animals per year was inaugurated in 1929 to supply meat to local missions and hospitals.