lambaste - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

lambaste / бить, колотить, отколотить
[læmˈbæst]
[læmˈbæst]
Перевод
глагол
бить
beat, hit, strike, pound, smash, lambaste
колотить
pound, beat, bash, baste, whack, lambaste
отколотить
beat up, lambaste, anoint, soak
Определения
глагол
criticize (someone or something) harshly.
they lambasted the report as a gross distortion of the truth
Примеры
Is it really a coincidence that those critics who continue to lambaste traditional media organisations for their supposedly partisan bias and lack of objectivity are actually contributing to making the media more biased?
Michael Sheridan, Bishop of Colorado Springs, used a pastoral letter to lambaste people who professed to be Catholic and then voted for politicians whose platforms ran contrary to Church teaching.
Critics lambaste such payouts for health-care executives, calling them offensive when millions of Americans can't even afford coverage.
Many critics have lambasted the female characters in his plays as two-dimensional and unrealistic portrayals of subservient women.
A new report by two high-powered official committees lambasts the government and the nuclear industry for failing to keep more than 65,000 cubic metres of radioactive waste safe.
Critics have railed against Washington for its gunslinging unilateralism, lambasting the US for playing the lone ranger.
A Quigney shopkeeper, who wished to be anonymous, lambasted people's irresponsible behaviour during this period.
He criticises his own players in public, lambasts the fans if attendances are down, admits the team stinks when it does, and occasionally entertains journalists by reading them his personal e-mails.
Critics lambasted it for its confusing, polymorphic nature, as it swung between metaphor to comedy to science; readers did not flock to buy it.
The president lambasted the people who were behind land invasions in the Western Cape and Gauteng, describing them as opportunists who were abusing the country's democracy.