minute - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

minute / минута, момент, мгновение
имя существительное
minute, moment
moment, point, momentum, instant, minute, factor
instant, moment, flash, second, minute, twinkling
protocol, minutes, record, minute, proces-verbal
sketch, outline, draft, drawing, rough draft, minute
имя прилагательное
minute, infinitesimal, impalpable
minor, light, insignificant, small, slight, minute
small, shallow, fine, petty, potty, minute
tiny, wee, tiny little, minute, teensy, teeny
detailed, detail, minute, particular, fine-tooth
рассчитывать время по минутам
набрасывать вчерне
block, block in, block out, minute
вести протокол
keep the minutes, protocol, minute, protocolize
делать заметки
note, note down, minute
имя прилагательное
extremely small.
a minute fraction of an inch
имя существительное
a period of time equal to sixty seconds or a sixtieth of an hour.
he stood in the shower for twenty minutes
a sixtieth of a degree of angular measurement (symbol: ʹ).
To have any chance of affecting a pilot's vision, a would-be terrorist would have to be capable of keeping the beam pointed to an accuracy of 3 minutes of arc , one-tenth the diameter of a Full Moon.
a summarized record of the proceedings at a meeting.
The only written record are the minutes of the meeting taken by Mr Wilson.
record or note (the proceedings of a meeting or a specified item among such proceedings).
the Secretary shall minute the proceedings of each meeting
It explores, in minute detail, the making of this movie, and both individuals here are very engaging.
I know far too many bits of minute trivia having to do with the Star Trek series and films.
Let's talk about that for a minute , about the oil, and what kind of problem that this is posing with regard to this cleanup.
Would'nt that be something to examine in minute detail!
I can't imagine what it would be like to have every minute detail of my life become grist for public criticism and scrutiny.
Sears' Gettysburg strikes a fair balance between the big picture and minute details.
The instant may perhaps be a minute fraction of a second and so it is difficult to give a blow or a grasp just that instant.
The pair had camped in the video room for most of the night, watching the security tapes with minute scrutiny.
As soon as the captain heard this, he excused himself for a minute , went down into his cabin, and brought back a large Manila envelope.
she had been laughing one minute and crying the next