marquise - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

marquise / маркиза
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Перевод
имя существительное
маркиза
marquise, marchioness, blind, sunblind, shade
Определения
имя существительное
the wife or widow of a marquis.
‘We have already agreed that this is the badge of a marquis or of a marquise ,’ said he.
a finger ring set with a pointed oval gem or cluster of gems.
If you have short fingers or small hands wearing a marquise or oval shape diamond ring will wear your fingers look longer.
a chilled dessert similar to a chocolate mousse.
In comes a white chocolate marquise and a French brioche toast with strawberries and ice cream.
Примеры
Parenthetically I would mention that the flirtatiously deferential pose of the woman in Morning, with her tilted head and averted eyes, highlights the surprisingly uncoquettish demeanor of the marquise .
In comes a white chocolate marquise and a French brioche toast with strawberries and ice cream.
In Mine de Pompadour at Her Toilette the marquise is shown in the act of performing her toilette.
If you have short fingers or small hands wearing a marquise or oval shape diamond ring will wear your fingers look longer.
It must be said, however, that the Fogg portrait is not absolutely coherent as a mirror image because the cameo bracelet the marquise wears is not shown reversed.
Within four months the king made her marquise de Pompadour and pensioned her husband off to farm in the country.
The dark chocolate marquise with two chocolate sauces had hardly arrived at the table when it disappeared, testimony to its excellent flavour.
The 1.0-carat stone was fashioned into a marquise and shows several tiny unidentified mineral inclusions only visible under the microscope.
She said the marquise had a kind heart, and fell in love with a common man.
The marquise gave the supreme accolade of her approval to the sculptors Pigalle and Falconet by posing for them at full length.