scull - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

scull / парное весло, кормовое весло, кормовое короткое весло
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Перевод
имя существительное
парное весло
scull
кормовое весло
scull
кормовое короткое весло
scull
глагол
грести парными веслами
scull
грести кормовым веслом
scull
галанить кормовым веслом
scull
Определения
имя существительное
each of a pair of small oars used by a single rower.
As well as traditional rowing oars and sculls , they manufacture oars for surf boat rowing, and transatlantic teams.
a large group of fish that has migrated from the open sea to inshore waters.
глагол
propel a boat with sculls.
World Cup single sculling champion Miroslava Knapkova was in complete control of her heat as she sculled in nearly half a minute up on the field including Dutch Challenge Cup winner Myke Mol.
Примеры
She followed that with World Cup gold in the women's quadruple scull in Poznan and a silver in the same boat in Munich with substitute Sarah Winckless on board.
he built boats and taught the gentlemen how to scull
What is next when you're the fastest man in the world in a single scull ?
Nearly every exercise class you can think of is offered here, and you can also hike, canoe, scull and kayak.
This year he trained the light scull world champion Victoria Dimitrova as well as Neikova.
The first event was raced in a fixed seat single scull for rowers who are unable to use their legs.
Andrea Finn was second along with three members of other clubs, including Sydney Olympics silver medallist Guin Batten in the women's quadruple scull .
After we had all got ourselves into our lovely smelling kit, our training cox Rachel gave a talk about safety and then taught us how to pick up an eight scull boat and put it in the river.
The two friends had gone for a light row and were turning the double scull boat opposite the boat slip at the Rowing Club when Kieran became suddenly ill.
Coracles are paddled, or more correctly sculled , not to the stern but rather toward the bow using a figure-eight stroke.