illiterate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

illiterate / неграмотный, безграмотный, необразованный
имя прилагательное
illiterate, unlettered, unlearned, letterless, unbooked, analphabetic
illiterate, ignorant
uneducated, illiterate, unlettered, bookless, dark, unnurtured
имя существительное
ignoramus, illiterate, heathen
ignoramus, illiterate, simple, ass, know-nothing
имя прилагательное
unable to read or write.
his parents were illiterate
имя существительное
a person who is unable to read or write.
This reminds me of a quote from Italo Calvino (who was most certainly literate): ‘The ratio of literacy to illiteracy is constant, but now the illiterates can read.’
Do they really think horror fans are so illiterate they won't read subtitles?
Yeah I know there are illiterate peace activists as well.
Even in 1935 they were being sent an ‘astonishing amount of illiterate and unintelligent writing’, but practised readers spent little time on it.
That they were able to do so handily and with a backward and politically illiterate film star as their standard bearer only underscores the dimensions of the Democratic collapse.
Indeed, one-million Quebecers are illiterate and can't read this simple phrase (although the rest surely can and will).
Such a defence is offered only to hoodwink the gullible, illiterate and ignorant millions.
In 1990 the World Bank estimated that half the population was illiterate (could not read or write).
The best part though was that a number of the kids who were illiterate learned how to read and write through my program.
Back in the 1830s, when he was a boy of 11, he used to read to illiterate London labourers during his lunch hours.
It's even read to illiterate factory labourers while they work.