pastoral - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

pastoral / пастораль, послание
[ˈpɑː.stər.əl]
[ˈpæs.tɚ-]
Перевод
имя существительное
пастораль
pastoral, pastorale, idyll, idyl
послание
message, letter, epistle, missive, scroll, pastoral
имя прилагательное
пасторальный
pastoral
пастушеский
pastoral
Определения
имя прилагательное
(especially of land or a farm) used for or related to the keeping or grazing of sheep or cattle.
scattered pastoral farms
(in the Christian Church) concerning or appropriate to the giving of spiritual guidance.
pastoral and doctrinal issues
имя существительное
a work of literature portraying an idealized version of country life.
the story, though a pastoral, has an actual connection with the life of agricultural labor
Примеры
Environmental degradation associated with agricultural and pastoral practices has compounded the rural crisis.
So I take it whatever land is available for pastoral uses given the recent drought is actually being covered by this weed?
The differences derive from setting - the corrupt underworld of the modern city instead of the potentially pastoral British country house.
His pastoral work, letters, and published prayers demonstrate his compassion for the sick, his ear for the troubled.
I am thinking, in particular, of persons in religious orders but who are not necessarily engaged in pastoral work of the kind that your client is concerned.
The pastoral Fulani (full-time cattle keepers) move about with their cattle for much of the year.
Hall's pieces are pastoral , evoking the chirrup of birds who have learnt the song of car alarms, and the grunt of a badly maintained bus.
The air is more pastoral and bucolic than in nearby hamlets.
The presence of evangelical contributors is interesting, and the number of those principally engaged in pastoral work is also notable.
Strauss ties the pastoral pictures and puppy imagery of his experience to the dominant mode of medicine practiced in America - one that treats symptoms and not causes.