iberian - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

iberian / иберийский
[aɪˈbɪə.ri.ən]
[-ˈbɪr.i-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
иберийский
Iberian
имя существительное
ибер
Iberian
язык древних иберов
Iberian
Определения
имя прилагательное
relating to or denoting Iberia, or the countries of Spain and Portugal.
The Russian countries and the Iberian countries - Spain and Portugal - are both into it in quite a big way.
имя существительное
a native of Iberia, especially in ancient times.
Its original inhabitants were Iberians and Celts who were later conquered by the Romans and the Moors.
the extinct Romance language spoken in the Iberian peninsula in late classical times. It forms an intermediate stage between Latin and modern Spanish, Catalan, and Portuguese.
After all, no one calls Polish Polish Slavonic or Portuguese Portuguese Iberian .
the extinct Celtic language spoken in the Iberian peninsula in ancient times, known only from a few inscriptions, place names, and references by Latin authors.
Примеры
A decade and a half after launching an Iberian version of My Way they are still going strong.
an Iberian soldier
They appear to be stylised, semi-abstract images of Iberian flavour - lots of splashes of oranges and red.
But it is time for the talented Iberians to finally show their undoubted quality on the big stage.
One day Panjim may be recognised as a masterpiece of colonial Iberian city building, although I fear this will come too late.
But over the border its Iberian cousin observes no such narrow territorial niceties.
The Iberian women in the centre of the canvas clash with the hideously masked creatures standing and squatting on the right.
The Iberian 's voice was gruff and masculine, hiding any accent.
The Russian countries and the Iberian countries - Spain and Portugal - are both into it in quite a big way.
Its original inhabitants were Iberians and Celts who were later conquered by the Romans and the Moors.