pilaster - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

pilaster / пилястр
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Перевод
имя существительное
пилястр
pilaster
Определения
имя существительное
a rectangular column, especially one projecting from a wall.
He began by adding a light Baroque facade with pilasters and massive fluted columns at the main, upper tier, topped by a balustrade with vases and statues.
Примеры
But here he was, seated next to the Queen of England, amid Corinthian columns and gold-enriched pilasters , before a red velvet throne used for the coronation of King Edward VII.
The twelve-panel front door is surmounted with a transom window and framed by fluted pilasters supporting an open pediment.
A presumably Jesuit ruin, all stone dentil cornices, capitals, pilasters and broken walls.
Set apart by pilastered stonework, the top floor broke again with the established fenestration pattern by featuring six identical vertical windows.
The typical prefabricated full-surround mantel frames the firebox opening with panels, pilasters , or columns and is topped with a shelf.
The four corners of the facades are accented with tall wooden pilasters, and the two identical front doors with semicircular fanlights are framed by pilasters supporting molded cornices.
A sound system using beam-steered line-arrays, enabling clear, amplified speech and support for jazz music, is concealed in the pilasters flanking the proscenium.
He began by adding a light Baroque facade with pilasters and massive fluted columns at the main, upper tier, topped by a balustrade with vases and statues.
A rather restrained neoclassicism dominates -- long, symmetrical buildings with central porticos, columns, and engaged pilasters , their high-minded decorative schemes picked out in chaste white.
In its earliest guise the Winslow House was a two-story dwelling, gabled at the sides with three bays across the front and capped by a massive pilastered chimney in the most elegant seventeenth-century manner.