monolithic - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

monolithic / монолитный
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formed of a single large block of stone.
This section was conceived as having been carved out of a single monolithic block.
(of an organization or system) large, powerful, and intractably indivisible and uniform.
rejecting any move toward a monolithic European superstate
(of a solid-state circuit) composed of active and passive components formed in a single chip.
The motion is sensed by an accelerometer disposed within the device that is formed of a monolithic integrated circuit chip.
This is an ancient place where the flat landscape is broken by huge monolithic mountainous outcrops that silently remind you that this is how it's been for countless millennia.
If the government is considered monolithic , journalists can report its activities, in simply comprehended and coherent terms, as an adversary out of touch with popular sentiments.
According to Novak, the building's final design will have the sleek, monolithic look of a tall office tower.
The French army was not a monolithic organization.
His commenters show the typically depressing blogger mindset of treating us journalists like a monolithic social block that all behave the same way.
This study breaks down this monolithic characterization of the administrative apparatus by moving officials from all levels to the forefront.
His invention of the monolithic integrated circuit, the microchip, some 45 years ago laid the conceptual and technical foundation for the entire field of modern micro-electronics.
From the U.S. perspective, the concept of government-funded media has an air of propaganda and monolithic ideology.
The ephemeral nature of Emmanuel's installation, which acts as a memorial, made a striking contrast with the 1970s monolithic Monument.
The new galleries and studios are not Old-World museums which can be described as architectural wonders, or as monolithic buildings that have a story behind them.