modal - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

modal / модальный, ладовый, касающийся формы
имя прилагательное
касающийся формы
имя прилагательное
of or relating to mode or form as opposed to substance.
In the jargon of transport planners, there has occurred a substantial modal shift in transportation in these cities.
of or denoting the mood of a verb.
However, it's crucial that the second part of such a sentence (the apodosis of the conditional) normally also has a modal preterite, often would or could or might, but not will or can or may.
of or relating to a mode; occurring most frequently in a sample or population.
For both mutations the median and modal values were 25% opaque.
of or denoting music using melodies or harmonies based on modes other than the ordinary major and minor scales.
We find also a fascination with Baroque counterpoint and modal melodies from Gregorian chant to Appalachian folk tunes.
(of a proposition) in which the predicate is affirmed of the subject with some qualification, or which involves the affirmation of possibility, impossibility, necessity, or contingency.
Let the letter ‘M’ represent this operator, and add to the axioms of classical propositional logic the modal axiom M (p v q) iff Mp v Mq.
имя существительное
a modal word or construction.
These preferences often serve to clarify, but a less deft handling leads to tercets like the following, their force buried under prepositions, pronouns and modals .
The Nardus root systems had a more normally distributed root length diameter class distribution with a modal diameter range between 0.3 mm and 0.6 mm.
In this connection, I describe certain modal paradoxes and the threats they pose for essentialism.
That is, a person's income does not vary by mode unless it is defined as net of modal costs.
However, if the income variable data were skewed, the median or modal value would be more appropriate.
If the modality concerns a past-time situation, the modal as such does not appear in a past-tense form.
In the second microdeletion survey, participants examined from as few as 5 cells to as many as 100, but the modal number of cells examined was 20.
The study of inferences involving modal operators goes back to Aristotle, and was continued in the Middle Ages.
How might modern Western instruments be transformed for Arab music, say by retuning the piano for microtonal modal systems?
Its three highly creative pieces use alternating meters, compelling ostinatos, modal harmonies and, above all, unexpected twists and turns as the ‘plot’ of each piece unfolds.
Holmes distinguishes two functions of tag questions: modal vs. affective.