pigeon - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

pigeon / голубь, голубок, простак
[ˈpɪdʒ.ən]
[ˈpɪdʒ.ən]
Перевод
имя существительное
голубь
dove, pigeon
голубок
pigeon
простак
simpleton, simple, sucker, coot, noddy, pigeon
имя прилагательное
голубиный
pigeon, dovelike, columbine
глагол
надувать
inflate, swell, distend, finagle, diddle, pigeon
обманывать
deceive, cheat, kid, fool, spoof, pigeon
Определения
имя существительное
a stout seed- or fruit-eating bird with a small head, short legs, and a cooing voice, typically having gray and white plumage.
Their short breeding cycle allows pigeons and doves to have more broods to compensate for their small brood sizes and relatively high rates of predation.
a gullible person, especially someone swindled in gambling or the victim of a confidence trick.
At the end of the day, one has to admit that most would-be megastars, the pigeons in this behavioral con game, are complicit in their deception.
an aircraft from one's own side.
Примеры
They spent two weeks there practising the local language - a pigeon English called Krio - and lazing on the beaches.
In Trafalgar Square, he meets up with Bugsy, a fat, smelly, cheeky con-man pigeon , who ends up volunteering for the war effort by mistake.
He spoke pigeon English, and would tell me stories often consisting of as many gestures as words.
People who first spoke pigeon languages (e.g. Creole) which were just a combination of other languages had kids that incorporated grammar and usage into the language that the parents never used or taught.
Birds such as the homing pigeon comprise most of the short list.
Stewart screamed as his father hauled him up, thrashed around with arms to protect his face when a white pigeon suddenly exploded from below him and beat its way into the safe air.
He'd pounce too fast and fall short of the pigeon .
To make it even better, this guy only spoke French and Paul spoke pigeon French.
When she turned back Dagmar was gone, a grey pigeon sat on the window sill, high above.
My black and white teachers alike would vehemently criticize and say I spoke " pigeon language" or broken English.