preserve - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

preserve / заповедник, варенье, консервы
имя существительное
reserve, preserve, sanctuary, conservation, park, reservation
jam, preserve, confiture, marmalade, conserve, make
canned goods, preserves, tinned goods, conserve, preserve
save, keep, retain, preserve, maintain, continue
store, keep, guard, preserve, retain, file
guard, protect, safeguard, keep, preserve, watch
in store, preserve, to preserve
имя существительное
food made with fruit preserved in sugar, such as jam or marmalade.
home-made preserves
a sphere of activity regarded as being reserved for a particular person or group.
the civil service became the preserve of the educated middle class
a place where game is protected and kept for private hunting or shooting.
National forests present more challenges than do private game preserves .
maintain (something) in its original or existing state.
all records of the past were zealously preserved
I mean, historically, universities fought very hard to preserve their independence and autonomy.
They used to be the preserve of academics but now rare books are going online, says John Sutherland
The museum opened in 1983 to pay tribute to the commitment of past firefighters and to preserve historic artefacts.
In this situation, it seems to me to be even more important to preserve the existing relationship between the stables and the surrounding agricultural land.
This book shows that science writing is by no means the preserve of specialists.
After recently re-discovering the last two jars of her home-made preserve , Mrs Tomkins, 73, wanted to find out whether it was edible.
It's putting tools that were once the preserve of Big Media into the hands of the many.
Farmer Dan Giles turned 2,000 of his 3,000 acres into a hunting preserve for deer, turkey and quail.
A mile further down the street was the original boundary of the game preserve , marked off by an obsolete, broken down chainlink fence.
Despite rumblings in the media that classical music is only the preserve of the middle-aged and middle-class, Classic FM has shown otherwise.