sabre - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

sabre / сабля, шашка, кавалерист
имя существительное
saber, sword, cavalry sword, sabre
checker, sword, saber, block, man, counter
cavalryman, trooper, horseman, cavalier, saber, horsesoldier
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saber, sabre
имя существительное
a heavy cavalry sword with a curved blade and a single cutting edge.
Police sabers, cavalry sabers , European-type dress swords and other non-traditional blades are outside the scope of this discussion.
cut down or wound with a saber.
The ex-soldier and radical politician William Cobbett observed that men would allow themselves to be ‘ sabred into crow's meat’ in defence of a set of ragged colours which, were they for sale in a market, would fetch only a few pence.
In fact, the modern sabre as used in the sport of fencing today has absolutely no curve at all.
Modern fencing has evolved into three basic weapons: the foil, the épée and the sabre .
A laminated floor glinted slightly at the edges, caught light, and a figure moved, shadowed, on the stage, his sabre also catching light.
Milanese fencing master Giuseppe Radaelli, is generally credited with having developed the light sabre and its technique.
In February, the troop will be honing their cavalry charging techniques with sabre and lance.
The immediate consequences to a duelist of wounds inflicted by thrusts or cuts from the rapier, dueling sabre or smallsword were unpredictable.
Twelve of Poland's divisions were cavalry, armed with lance and sabre , and they were no match for tanks.
The design of the sabre came from the cutting sword used by cavalries.
Stoek went back into his cabin and came out with a dagger, a sabre and a sword.
This I did to the best of my ability, by continually sending squadrons of about a thousand sabres out against them.