sacking - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

sacking / увольнение, мешковина, дерюга
имя существительное
dismissal, discharge, sacking, leave, separation, ouster
sackcloth, sacking, bagging
sackcloth, sacking, gunny, Hessian
имя существительное
an act of sacking someone or something.
Questions have been raised over the role of the Employment Advocate in the sacking of four workers at the Toorallie mill in Bombala in southern NSW.
coarse material for making sacks; sackcloth.
Grey and smooth, the rocks have a fabric imprint, resembling coarse canvas sacking .
dismiss from employment.
any official found to be involved would be sacked on the spot
go to sleep or bed.
After getting hardly any sleep the night before, he had been dying to crawl into bed and sack out , but no matter how tired he was, sleep eluded him.
tackle (a quarterback) behind the line of scrimmage before he can throw a pass.
Next down, he charged around the left tackle and sacked the quarterback for a safety.
put into a sack or sacks.
Packing sheds were constructed for growers to sort and sack the potatoes for shipment.
(chiefly in historical contexts) plunder and destroy (a captured town, building, or other place).
Then, an army of warriors and men dressed in black cowls came from the direction of Plunder castle and sacked the town.
Musharraf announced the sacking of 1,000 employees belonging to the customs, excise and tax arms of the Central Board of Revenue and said the names would be announced soon.
He gestured over to some slave girls huddled in the corner, dressed in pieces of old sacking .
the sacking of Camulodunum
But the father of two had his dedication to the employee principles of discount giant The Warehouse vindicated after an employment court found the sacking was unjustified.
A report into the row which led to the sacking of a Gaelscoil principal recommends a more coordinated approach to the teaching of religion.
I remember having to churn ice cream by hand - no fridges in those days… huge blocks of ice came from New Plymouth encased in sacking and had to be broken up to make the ice cream.
The fall in investment and the contraction of the market leads to the sacking of workers and further decline in demand and so on.
These would be covered with layers of hessian sacking .
The interior of the feed store was cooler than the street outside, but airless, and thick with the smells of sacking and corn.
Winter ice, heavily insulated with straw and sacking , was already being stored for months in deep cellars, and then hauled out to cool summer drinks for the wealthy.