processional - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

processional / относящийся к процессии
имя прилагательное
относящийся к процессии
processional, processionary
имя существительное
обрядовая церковная книга
церковный гимн
hymn, processional, gradual
имя прилагательное
of, for, or used in a religious or ceremonial procession.
a processional cross
имя существительное
a book containing litanies and hymns for use in religious processions, especially at the beginning of a service.
The structure and content of religious celebrations, processionals , revivals and regular religious meetings also require analysis.
Sing this Christmas favorite as a processional , including as many people as you can.
Utzon was clearly conscious of the symbolic significance and emotional impact of a religious processional ascent.
The dominant theory continues to be that they were processional routes - which is more likely, of course, to be true for the longer examples.
I like the Magny Cours circuit quite a lot, probably more than many drivers who say it's a modern and boring processional track.
Two processional routes will tour the city, one beginning at the Brigadier Gerard in Monkgate, another at The Golden Ball, in Cromwell Road, at 2.30 pm.
English Heritage has been closely involved in the design of the repaving scheme, which gives priority to pedestrians and continues an award-winning theme already in place in Kirkgate - the processional route to the cathedral.
We spilled out into the blinding sunshine, the strains of the organ following us and filling the air, signaling the processional at the end of the ceremony.
Most processional crosses of that vintage are cast in bronze or silver.
She called on Scotland's politicians to live up to its transparent and welcoming design and to the expectations of the country's people, thousands of whom lined the processional route through Edinburgh.
The gate at the center may allude to one of the two imperial gates along the processional route by boat between the Blachernai Palace, primary residence of the Komnenoi since the late eleventh century, and Hagia Sophia.