pointed - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

pointed / острый, заостренный, остроконечный
имя прилагательное
acute, sharp, keen, spicy, poignant, pointed
pointed, acuminate, peaked, spiky, edged, edgy
pointed, spiky, gabled, peaked, sharp, ridged
имя прилагательное
having a sharpened or tapered tip or end.
his face tapers to a pointed chin
(of a remark or look) expressing criticism in a direct and unambiguous way.
pointed comments were made about racial discrimination within the army
direct someone's attention to the position or direction of something, typically by extending one's finger.
the boys were nudging each other and pointing at me
give force or emphasis to (words or actions).
he wouldn't miss the opportunity to point a moral
fill in or repair the joints of (brickwork, a brick structure, or tiling) with smoothly finished mortar or cement.
The brickwork was being pointed up and painters were carefully applying fresh coats of white paint to doors and lintels.
give a sharp, tapered point to.
he twisted and pointed his mustache
insert points in (written Hebrew).
Some manuscripts are pointed with what looks like the Land of Israel system written with Tiberian symbols.
My face is small and sharp, like an elf, with a pointed nose and chin.
One had no hair on his head, for it had all moved down to his chin in a frizzy, pointed beard that dangled down to his waist.
Wendy took charge of the gurney and gave him a pointed look.
She gave Tomas a pointed look and he slowly removed his hand.
She gave him a pointed look and watched as he folded instantly.
He had a firm chin and a pointed nose, among other noble-looking features, but sunken cheeks.
High thin cheekbones accented the full mouth and pointed chin, giving him an even greater air of the aristocracy than his elegant attire.
That was a pointed remark if ever there was one, Clara thought.
Benji led the way and turned around to give me a pointed look.
Captain Walker had been patient with him, although he often seemed to be just on the edge of a pointed remark, and the illness had finally passed.