mat - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

mat / мат, коврик, циновка
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Перевод
имя существительное
мат
mat, mate, filthy language, stalemate
коврик
mat, rug
циновка
mat, matting
имя прилагательное
матовый
frosted, mat, opaque, matted, dim
неполированный
mat
тусклый
dim, dull, lackluster, faint, fishy, mat
глагол
делать тусклым
dim, dull, mat
устилать циновками
mat
стлать циновки
mat
Определения
имя существительное
a piece of protective material placed on a floor, in particular.
Just as it looked as if they were going to score their best ever result their protective floor mat came loose and they were forced to retire.
a small piece of cork, card, or similar material placed on a table or other surface to protect it from the heat or moisture of an object placed on it.
He is clearing the cards, the chips, the checkered mat off the table, putting them neatly into a briefcase.
a thick, untidy layer of something hairy or woolly.
his chest was covered by a thick mat of soft fair hair
глагол
tangle (something, especially hair) in a thick mass.
sweat matted his hair
сокращение
matins.
Примеры
If you have made your opponent unstable, the force that can rotate him about his feet to the mat is the gravitational pull on him.
When he walks into the blackness of the entryway, he turns and wipes his feet onto the floor mat before pulling his shoes off.
The felt is produced by processing a mat of fibers with moisture, heat, and pressure.
Finally, the committee said that food vendors should place a rubber mat under their booths to protect the area from oil and cooking grease.
People who are going to take part are asked to bring a mat or rug.
In four years, there was just the one breakthrough: the cork mat .
The mat on the change table was yellow, the blanket in the crib was green and yellow, and the cushion on the rocking chair was yellow.
Atop his head was a thick mat of dark red hair that bordered on maroon.
As he came in stamping his muddy feet on the porch mat , she paused in the kitchen to listen.
‘The children lay on a mat on the floor and not on a bed,’ she explained.