scurvy - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

scurvy / цинга
[ˈskɜː.vi]
[ˈskɝː-]
Перевод
имя существительное
цинга
scurvy
имя прилагательное
подлый
vile, sneaky, despicable, dastardly, mean, scurvy
презренный
despicable, contemptible, abject, pitiful, paltry, scurvy
низкий
low, lower, poor, deep, short, scurvy
Определения
имя прилагательное
worthless or contemptible.
that was a scurvy trick
имя существительное
a disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin C, characterized by swollen bleeding gums and the opening of previously healed wounds, which particularly affected poorly nourished sailors until the end of the 18th century.
So it's a little bit different to the sort of classic nutritional deficiency diseases, like scurvy , it seems to be slightly more complicated than that.
Примеры
Newbies from elsewhere, even though they have to learn the scurvy trade from scratch, at least don't have to shed bad journalistic habits.
Modern medicine categorizes diarrhea as a symptom of a disease, such as scurvy , typhoid, malaria, and dysentery, or as a symptom of indigestible substances in the intestines.
To complicate matters, most men suffered from multiple diseases, including dysentery, typhoid, scurvy , and pneumonia or other respiratory ailments.
They just sit there, keelhauling any scurvy landlubber who ventures to walk on the rocks barefoot
Ascorbic acid/vitamin C. Prolonged deficiency can result in scurvy , poor wound healing and bleeding gums.
And finally, there do be help available for ye landlubbers and scurvy dogs who can't talk like Pirates.
Even scurvy land lubbers can talk like a pirate an’ not be called a stinkin’ bilge rat.
Overt vitamin deficiency diseases, such as pellagra or scurvy , are uncommon in persons who consume a typical North American diet.
So it's a little bit different to the sort of classic nutritional deficiency diseases, like scurvy , it seems to be slightly more complicated than that.
Call me by that scurvy name one more time, and ye'll be walking the plank, I swear it!