rod - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

rod / стержень, штанга, тяга
[rɒd]
[rɑːd]
Перевод
имя существительное
стержень
kernel, rod, bar, core, stem, shaft
штанга
barbell, rod, weight, crossbar
тяга
traction, draft, pull, rod, thirst, draw
Определения
имя существительное
a thin straight bar, especially of wood or metal.
These elegantly diminutive, finely wrought sculptures employ curved, flat and linear shapes that perch upon thin metal rods .
a fishing rod.
He is shown with a huge carp and a rod for fishing.
a linear measure, especially for land, equal to 5 1 / 2 yards (approximately 5.029 m).
Nineteen gallons of water is required to fill the tank after traveling 40 rods .
a pistol or revolver.
a light-sensitive cell of one of the two types present in large numbers in the retina of the eye, responsible mainly for monochrome vision in poor light.
Messing with our rods and cones, Downing's saturated dots stick around perceptually in afterimages.
Примеры
She's all about the discipline of the rod and the power of a dollar.
In the living room, a chainmail curtain hung from a metal rod is a fireguard for the aluminium clad fireplace.
the largest carp ever caught on rod and line in Britain
I then welded a 1-inch piece of solid rod to the metal.
Third, the city's offer of twenty guilders per rod was only half what the land would be worth once the tapestry pand brought more business to the area.
he swung the rod again in a threatening arc
Chiron raises two fingers in the standard antique gesture of a teacher while holding a rod in his other hand.
There were also numerous pictures of Cadere, youthful and earnest, a modern shaman with rod in hand.
I therefore normally use a soft action float rod with a reel loaded with about 3lb b.s. line.
I say relatively, because all too frequently you've broken the very rules you vow to uphold, particularly through your selective choice and editing of sequences of material which you then employ as a rod with which to beat us, and others.