motley - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

motley / пестрый, разноцветный
[ˈmɒt.li]
[ˈmɑːt-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
пестрый
motley, variegated, mottled, pied, checkered, patchwork
разноцветный
motley, varicoloured, variegated, varicolored, pied, versicolor
имя существительное
попурри
medley, potpourri, bouillabaisse, pastiche, motley, olio
шутовской костюм
motley
всякая всячина
sundries, jambalaya, whatnot, hodgepodge, etceteras, motley
Определения
имя прилагательное
incongruously varied in appearance or character; disparate.
a motley crew of discontents and zealots
имя существительное
an incongruous mixture.
a motley of interacting interest groups
the particolored costume of a jester.
life-size mannequins in full motley
Примеры
Going in, I had expected the usual motley of anti-globalization radicals, but the group I was with was a fairly polished, young, professional-looking bunch.
It's definitely a ‘local's local’, with a motley crew of characters young and old.
When the Duchess of Newcastle appears in public in outlandish attire or publishes her original views on women's position in society, she is not dressed in motley .
In contrast to this perception, Miller paints a more realistic portrait of a motley and often fractious group of militants.
Accompanied by five other friends, we were a motley group ourselves, due to the multiple nationalities represented, as well as the fact that half of us are vegetarians.
Alas, when we went on stage that night it was to the usual motley bunch of our mates, girlfriends and hangers on.
Michael's first album ‘Missing You’ features an odd motley of styles carefully woven together and united by a great singing voice.
I liked the mice in suits of armour and the Mouse King in red-and-gold motley .
Dozens of giant steel animals will be pulled through the streets by a motley crew of characters.
So there we were last night at Brandon's bar in the Arcade — a motley collection of journalists and political hangers-on.