imperturbable - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

imperturbable / невозмутимый, спокойный
[ˌɪm.pəˈtɜː.bə.bl̩]
[-pɚˈtɝː-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
невозмутимый
imperturbable, unflappable, unperturbed, impassive, cool, unstirred
спокойный
calm, quiet, tranquil, peaceful, easy, imperturbable
Определения
имя прилагательное
unable to be upset or excited; calm.
an imperturbable tranquility
Примеры
The prosecutors liked me because my professional experience as a media researcher had steeled me against public abuse and made me imperturbable under cross examination.
I was imperturbable at work, never losing my patience or raising my voice.
I had various curious cases against him at the Bar - hard and evenly fought battles - in which he was imperturbable .
This ice has a character different from the clear, unblemished ice, as if all the hardship of those periods congealed to create a solid, imperturbable substance.
It felt classy and utterly imperturbable - the sort of place where the band might play Stormy Weather in a raging typhoon.
The fax was pouring out messages, the telephone had barely stopped and the loyal secretary was still at her station in the office, cool and imperturbable as ever.
Despite the exclamation mark, he talks in the flat, imperturbable vowels of Sussex, his voice rising not so much in volume as in exasperation.
It would be difficult to praise his work as Book Review Editor more highly than it deserves, and those of us who have worked with him most closely will miss his imperturbable good humor and complete reliability.
His distaste for big inert words - words like omniscient, impassable and imperturbable , which he finds other theologians using to describe God - inspires his own desire for accessibility.
Through what is called neutrality of tone, philosophical discourse must also guarantee the neutrality or at least the imperturbable serenity that should accompany the relation to the true and the universal.