niggard - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

niggard / скряга, скупец
[ˈnɪgəd]
[ˈnɪgəd]
Перевод
имя существительное
скряга
miser, hunks, curmudgeon, cheapskate, skinflint, niggard
скупец
miser, curmudgeon, tightwad, clam, moneybags, niggard
имя прилагательное
скупой
stingy, mean, miserly, niggardly, miser, niggard
Определения
имя существительное
a stingy or ungenerous person.
Tis open before your eyes… and he who owns it is not a niggard in its use.
Примеры
I will admit that I am a niggard when it comes to the web: that's why I'm hoping that buy the time you read this webpage, it will be on a server that gives me webspace for FREE.
Tis open before your eyes… and he who owns it is not a niggard in its use.
Let a man throw aside that narrowness of soul, that selfishness of principle, which the niggards of all professions are so unwilling to part with; and he will be at once delivered of his fears on that head.
But Britons, as a people, are equally brave and generous; prodigal of their blood and treasure where there are just calls for its expense; and by no means niggards of those rights, liberties and privileges, that make the subjects of Britain the envy and admiration of the universe.
Better that, after all, than the niggards who manage not to pay any tax at all from their vast earnings should be blamed.
They rob the purse of the niggards , punish the wife-beating husband and give headache to the lazy worker.
And make no mistake about it, the prodigality of this $6 million spectacle makes all of them look like niggards .
Jung chose harsh words to describe people caught in this negative process: hypochondriacs, niggards , doctrinaires, applauders of the past, and eternal adolescents, to name a few.
Ostentation, mediocrity, social conventions, members of the church, doctors, niggards and men of letters, among others, were objects of his strict observation and his corrosive critics.
Be niggards of advice on no pretence, For the worst avarice is that of Sense.