manifold - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

manifold / многообразие, коллектор, трубопровод
имя существительное
manifold, diversity, multiformity, great variety, diversification, vast variety
collector, manifold, header, commutator, sewer, accumulator
pipeline, conduit, piping, pipe, duct, manifold
имя прилагательное
diverse, varied, various, diversified, variegated, manifold
numerous, large, multiple, vast, multitudinous, manifold
heterogeneous, dissimilar, promiscuous, mixed, medley, manifold
multiply, propagate, duplicate, manifold, mimeograph
имя прилагательное
many and various.
the implications of this decision were manifold
имя существительное
a pipe or chamber branching into several openings.
the pipeline manifold
something with many different parts or forms, in particular.
The sonnet is probably the most durable of poetic forms, flexible yet sufficiently ordered to provide both infinite variety and a high level of unity in its manifold expressions.
The exhaust manifold and the muffler connect through the front tube pipe.
In such a manner we acquire manifold , thorough, and even useful knowledge about how philosophy has been presented in the course of history.
Womanhood, according to the theory, is a manifold phenomenon as different women live and behave differently in different circumstances and conditions.
Such breakthroughs could lead to manifold benefits.
Sound is used inventively, in manifold relationships to image, to suggest an active interplay between the conscious and unconscious.
For all his manifold flaws and for all the persistent rumours about his drinking, his approach mirrors the fundamental problem at the heart of his party.
This address can take several forms, in keeping with the manifold diversity of writings that constitute the Bible.
The manifold deficiencies were expected and easily borne.
I caught the newsreader saying, ‘We acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness’.