incendiary - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

incendiary / зажигательный, связанный с поджогом, поджигающий
[ɪnˈsen.di.ər.i]
[-er.i]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
зажигательный
incendiary
связанный с поджогом
incendiary
поджигающий
incendiary
имя существительное
поджигатель
arsonist, firebug, incendiary, fire-raiser
подстрекатель
instigator, abettor, firebrand, incendiary, promoter, provoker
зажигательные средства
incendiary
Определения
имя прилагательное
(of a device or attack) designed to cause fires.
incendiary grenades
имя существительное
an incendiary bomb or device.
That night airships dropped high explosive bombs and incendiaries on Bradley, Tipton, Wednesbury and Walsall.
Примеры
According to sources, dissident groups are now at work planning to plant bombs or detonate incendiary devices, according to leaked information.
His incendiary rhetoric will be depressingly familiar to the CalMac ferry staff awaiting a resolution to their own increasingly acrimonious pay dispute.
Cowpunk pioneers, they combined the thrashy energy of punk with Hank Williams songs and their incendiary live shows left a trail of torched venues in their wake.
Instead these are the tunes which best capture a group who blended vaudeville, punk and Marvel comics, including the live version of the title track - as close as you can get to their incendiary stage performance.
Robert De Niro gives an incendiary performance as Johnny Boy, a young rascal with mounting debts and no intention whatsoever of paying them off.
During that year the rhetoric on both sides reached the incendiary stage.
The result is a heavyweight movie which leaves you feeling punch-drunk throughout, an adrenaline ride fuelled by some incendiary performances.
They are the best songs in Manchester and the best, most incendiary rock and roll.
He claimed that ‘She was an incendiary who has given unyielding support to violence’.
Equally important was the ‘air defence oath’ which urged citizens to stand their ground in the face of incendiary or high explosive bombs.