procession - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

procession / процессия, вереница, караван
имя существительное
procession, parade, train
string, procession, train, stream, range, track
caravan, train, procession
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process, procession
имя существительное
a number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly fashion, especially as part of a ceremony or festival.
a funeral procession
the emanation of the Holy Spirit.
On the filioque controversy, Bulgakov demonstrates that the East did not have a formal theology for the procession of the Holy Spirit.
On the 10th day, the ruler, in silk and priceless gems, wended his way in procession through the crowded streets on the gorgeously caparisoned elephant.
These were not quite living men, these wanderers in that fog: they were a dream, a mystery, a procession of shadows over a black sky.
It was the start of a string of five highly autobiographical films, a form of exorcism on his part for a painful upbringing at the hands of an abusive father and a procession of school bullies.
He makes us feel good about not liking French people by dressing up in ridiculous national costumes and acting dumb while interviewing a procession of stereotypical Eurofreaks.
The magazine glorifies a procession of vaunted rebels for struggling to persuade a corporate hierarchy to let them generate profits.
a funeral procession
Since I was well back in the procession of creeping vehicles, it took me a while to figure out what the hold-up was.
Not only did the residents accord a warm reception to the artistes, there were several volunteers to act out a scene where the bridegroom is taken out in procession in a car.
Her poetry anthology Enough Rope was a bestseller and her life was a procession of speakeasies, doomed affairs and half-hearted suicide attempts.
Above them streamed a procession of ghosts, one of whom had trailed a foot through Draco's shoulder on the way past, as many as twenty or twenty-five of them.