riposte - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

riposte / ответный удар, находчивый ответ, ответный укол
[rɪˈpɒst]
[-ˈpoʊst]
Перевод
имя существительное
ответный удар
riposte, backlash, backstroke, counterthrust
находчивый ответ
riposte, metaphrase, retort, happy retort, rapier-thrust, snip-snap
ответный укол
riposte
глагол
парировать удар
strike down, strike up, riposte
парировать укол
riposte
отвечать быстро и находчиво
riposte
Определения
имя существительное
a quick clever reply to an insult or criticism.
The dialogue, too, feels like piecework, as if the bons mots and ripostes have been assembled from a library of index cards.
a quick return thrust following a parry.
Forcing the blade aside, he delivered a crushing riposte , thrusting with his weapon towards his midriff.
глагол
make a quick clever reply to an insult or criticism.
“I'd have made lamb chops had I known you're a vegetarian,” Kris riposted
make a quick return thrust in fencing.
Jack yielded the parry, rolling his wrist into second to protect his right leg, and then jumped back again without riposting .
Примеры
Grunting, the youth swung wildly in a violent riposte , not caring what he hit.
The attack provoked a riposte , and the quarrel ranged far beyond the domain of rhetorical theory.
But much of this critical riposte assaults our protagonist's dignity more than is necessary for an appreciation of the film.
Such a direct riposte is rare and the opportunity to make it courteously and publicly, rarer still.
Biting back her instinctive urge to make a biting riposte in defence of her twin, Alicia merely shook her head.
A deflection wide with the right and a riposte with left and she fell.
We bumped into each other at a professional meeting, where he greeted me with a typical smiling riposte : ‘I always thought I was going to hear much more of you!
Forcing the blade aside, he delivered a crushing riposte , thrusting with his weapon towards his midriff.
His every thrust was blocked or parried, and the riposte that followed each left him with another leaking wound.
The riposte to such cultural protectionism is that it is cynical, self-interested and reflects a cultural conservatism and snooty suspicion of popular culture by certain political elites.