populate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

populate / заселять, населять
[ˈpɒp.jʊ.leɪt]
[ˈpɑː.pjə-]
Перевод
глагол
заселять
populate, settle, colonize, people, plant
населять
inhabit, populate, people, indwell, fill with people
Определения
глагол
form the population of (a town, area, or country).
the island is populated by scarcely 40,000 people
Примеры
But mainly they work in the home and raise the enormous families that they hope will populate the Territories: new generations raised in the settler way of thinking.
German foreigners, the few Jews, and Chilean peasants coexist in a space hemmed in by borders which my prose opens and closes to mark the diversity of voices that populate this region.
The islands were first settled in part by Portuguese prisoners sent to populate the remote archipelago as a condition of their release.
As she reviews and interacts with the material, she watches information automatically populate into her assessment monitor that she filled out with information on why she's taking this course.
In Monterey Bay, California, scientists documented a complete turnover of the marine population with cold water fish moving northward and warm water fish and sea animals moving in to populate that area.
the spirit of the book and the characters who populate its pages
Given that Haslam has played and improvised enough characters to populate a small city, is there some quality that unites the less ephemeral ones?
While their plays are set in the same remote areas of Ireland and exhibit the same, almost cliched, ability to spin a good yarn, the characters with which the writers populate their worlds are starkly different.
Its market positioning is more Mallory Towers than Jilly Cooper, as the strong female characters that populate its pages tend to have a good, wholesome, practical approach to sexual relationships.
She reminded me of the characters that populate Hardy's novels, whose spheres of experience are entirely contained within the radius of work and home.