meridian - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

meridian / меридиан, зенит, расцвет
имя существительное
zenith, meridian, noon, culmination, summit, heyday
blossoming, prime, blossom, bloom, heyday, meridian
имя прилагательное
midday, meridian, noontide
находящийся в зените
higher, supreme, top, high, upper, meridian
имя существительное
a circle of constant longitude passing through a given place on the earth's surface and the terrestrial poles.
Whereas terrestrial longitude uses meridians of longitude, right ascension uses hour circles which run between the north and south celestial poles.
(in acupuncture and Chinese medicine) each of a set of pathways in the body along which vital energy is said to flow. There are twelve such pathways associated with specific organs.
Acupuncture, which originated in China more than 2,000 years ago, is based on the idea that energy, or Qi, flows along channels called meridians in body.
имя прилагательное
relating to or situated at a meridian.
the meridian moon
имя существительное
a city in southwestern Idaho, west of Boise; population 66,916 (est. 2008).
a city in eastern Mississippi; population 38,232 (est. 2008).
It should be noted that the applicant's own experts referred to the 15 degree above and below the meridian concept in some of their reports in his support.
A meridian line is a line used by astronomers, meteorologists and others to measure from.
A year ago, the Millennium Dome, located on the meridian at Greenwich, was the centerpiece of Britain's over-the-top festivities to welcome the year 2000.
The same applies to the meridian programmes and to the specific environmental stresses, colours and trauma.
In order to determine the shape of the Earth, Cassini proposed measuring an arc of the meridian from the north of France to the south.
Nevertheless, by the end of 1868 Montana had an initial point, a baseline, and a principal meridian , and much of its most economically promising terrain had been surveyed and mapped.
During the year 994 al-Khujandi used the very large instrument to observe a series of meridian transits of the sun near the solstices.
In 1977 the Japanese psychologist Shizuto Masunaga, with his student Wataru Ohashi, developed a set of protocols integrating psychotherapeutic thought, meridian connection and physical pressure.
Each meridian (pathway of energy) has a proper direction of flow, and each emotion will affect energy flow in a different way.
The nearest part of the Earth's surface to the Moon, around the noon meridian , may be only just close enough to be within the umbra (the conical lunar shadow), so that observers there experience a very brief total eclipse.