impersonal - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

impersonal / безличный, обезличенный, безликий
имя прилагательное
impersonal, depersonalized
faceless, impersonal, featureless, milk-and-water
имя прилагательное
not influenced by, showing, or involving personal feelings.
the impersonal march of progress
not existing as a person; having no personality.
he gradually came to believe in an impersonal God
(of a verb) used only with a formal subject (in English usually it ) and expressing an action not attributable to a definite subject (as in it is snowing ).
Both Bactrian and Pagolak recall the mysterious Ursprache of Borges's Tlön, which contains no nouns but only impersonal verbs, and in which famous poems consist of a single enormous word.
They shifted authority in public life from the personalities of notable citizens to impersonal organizations.
She says department stores with their armies of sales people are too impersonal .
In addition, many Southerners felt these churches to be too large, formal, and impersonal to meet their spiritual needs.
The second part of the film concerns her search through the bewildering urban landscape, the impersonal world of the city putting seemingly insurmountable obstacles in her way at every step.
Feelings of loneliness for family and friends were constant in the impersonal environment to which they had come.
The impersonal nature of major companies is no accident and at the end of the day, too often there is no one person who can be called to account when something goes wrong.
The it in suffice it to say is an impersonal or indefinite pronoun, one that functions as a grammatical placeholder without supplying much real meaning.
It might suggest a curt, efficient, formal, impersonal , or even angry attitude about the conversation.
The impersonal nature of remote collaboration increased their productivity and facilitated collaborative intellectual contributions.
A person is now ‘impersonal,’ as in an impersonal verb construction, as in ‘it is raining.’