relative - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

relative / относительный, сравнительный, взаимный
[ˈrelətɪv]
[ˈrelətɪv]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
относительный
relative, relational, comparative, relatival
сравнительный
comparative, relative
взаимный
mutual, reciprocal, relative
имя существительное
родственник
relative, cousin, kinsman, relation, cognate, connection
родственница
relative, relation, kinswoman
относительное местоимение
relative pronoun, relative
Определения
имя прилагательное
considered in relation or in proportion to something else.
the relative effectiveness of the various mechanisms is not known
denoting a pronoun, determiner, or adverb that refers to an expressed or implied antecedent and attaches a subordinate clause to it, e.g., which , who.
The other personal relative pronoun, who, doesn't seem to be affected nearly as much.
(of major and minor keys) having the same key signature.
This piece will give the teacher a chance to review parallel and relative major/minor keys along with primary chord progressions.
(of a service rank) corresponding in grade to another in a different service.
The war prompted the navy to assign relative rank to nurses on 1 July 1942.
имя существительное
a person connected by blood or marriage.
much of my time is spent visiting relatives
a relative pronoun, determiner, or adverb.
In the following pair, the first uses it as an interrogative content clause and the second uses it as a fused relative .
a term, thing, or concept that is dependent on something else.
This ‘causal maxim’ is a close relative of the Uniformity Principle, if we think, as Hume and Kant both do, that an event's being caused entails its falling under a law.
Примеры
The driving force causing these alterations seems to be the increase in relative proportion of type III collagen.
If you find this thought rather alien, remember that to most of Hegel's audience it would have sounded quite familiar; it is a close relative of something they had been brought up to accept.
The war prompted the navy to assign relative rank to nurses on 1 July 1942.
It is therefore an unfortunate fact that little research has been done into the relative cost - effectiveness of psychological treatments.
Secondly, the relative pronoun has an antecedent in the poem, albeit divided from it by a colon.
This piece will give the teacher a chance to review parallel and relative major/minor keys along with primary chord progressions.
I believe that nurses should have relative military rank.
We computed the absolute and relative risks to evaluate the impact of the time of birth on the risk of infant and early neonatal mortality and early neonatal mortality related to asphyxia.
There, the estimated drop in the relative proportion of high sensation seekers using marijuana was 26.7 percent.
The rotation moment must therefore be resisted by the musculoskeletal stiffness and brace in proportion to their relative stiffness.