niche - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

niche / ниша, убежище, надлежащее место
[niːʃ]
[nɪtʃ]
Перевод
имя существительное
ниша
niche, alcove, recess, dinette, bay, housing
убежище
asylum, refuge, shelter, haven, sanctuary, niche
надлежащее место
niche
глагол
помещать в нишу
niche
удобно устроиться
nestle, cose, niche
находить себе убежище
take refuge, take shelter, find shelter, niche
Определения
имя существительное
a shallow recess, especially one in a wall to display a statue or other ornament.
Zeno built a tall wall with about 20 niches for statues of gods and goddesses behind the stage.
глагол
place or position (something) in a niche.
Honey is not as big as Essence, Heart & Soul is not as big as Essence, but a combined circulation of 500,000 is big enough where it has to be looked at, and it's also niched enough where advertisers can make more efficient buys for their targets.
Примеры
The trouble is that a lot of people have found a comfortable niche in Abkhazia's twilight existence.
Should we niche our offer more or generalise it more?
Obviously, Fletcher has a knack for creating a useful product that fits a niche in the market.
As no networks for ethnic women existed, there was no crutch to lean on and I had to find a suitable niche for myself without affirmative action assistance.
It's the next age group, however, that has become the most recent industry niche .
And after not quite a year and a half since his decision to walk away from the game on his own free will, he has carved a comfortable niche for himself in retirement.
By and large they've failed, which is why the Blackberry device has secured a relatively comfortable niche .
This commitment to seeing the job done is Peter's niche , he adds.
Incorrigibly dedicated to going deeper into the human personality and condition, how could Brando have found a comfortable niche in the film industry of the past several decades?
In it is a niche , wherein the statue of St. Canice stood, and inverted stone cones with eight grooves, or flutings, for holy water.