imperial - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

imperial / имперский, императорский, величественный
имя прилагательное
imperial, empire, imperialist, imperialistic
majestic, magnificent, stately, grand, sublime, imperial
имя существительное
imperial, roof
goatee, imperial, tuft
формат бумаги
imperial, atlas, emperor, crown, demy, elephant
имя прилагательное
of or relating to an empire.
Britain's imperial era
of, relating to, or denoting the system of nonmetric weights and measures (the ounce, pound, stone, inch, foot, yard, mile, acre, pint, gallon, etc.) formerly used for all measures in the UK, and still used for some.
In the imperial system, 36 inches are 1 yard and 1760 yards are 1 mile.
(of a size of paper) measuring roughly 762 × 559 mm (30 × 22 inches).
The paper size is imperial folio, that's almost as big as today's standard A2 page, which is equal to four standard A4 sheets.
имя существительное
a small pointed beard growing below the lower lip (associated with Napoleon III of France).
The poet wore a luxuriant black moustache and imperial , and a slouched hat which shaded the forehead.
The birth of the prince imperial was a difficult one and no further children were conceived.
In the Roman imperial period, even emperors practised the arts of painting and sculpture.
The most imperial of tiger shooting governor-generals is thus refashioned into a cuddly environmentalist.
I didn't convert the reference to metric because it loses its impact and anyway, I'm old enough to be still working in imperial weights and measures.
And as they did in the imperial era, the lonely men of the remote hinterland clamour for a wife with potentially profound consequences for the entire nation.
If the prince goes as an official guest of the state, it would mark the first visit to the former Japanese colony by a member of the imperial family since the end of World War II.
Within each heading both imperial and metric units are defined.
I faced the dark form beside me and used my best imperial voice.
Mind you, we are staunchly imperial on volume: pints of beer, gallons of petrol, and who the heck knows what a hectolitre is?
These systems seem over-complicated when compared to one of the simplest of all, the decimal system, yet we resist any efforts to change from imperial measurements to metric.