shelter - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

shelter / убежище, приют, укрытие
[ˈʃeltə(r)]
[ˈʃeltər]
Перевод
имя существительное
убежище
asylum, refuge, shelter, haven, sanctuary, retreat
приют
shelter, haven, home, asylum, hospice, accommodation
укрытие
shelter, cover, hideout, hideaway, hide, covering
глагол
приютить
shelter, lodge, house, harbor, put up, give houseroom to
укрываться
shelter, take cover, ensconce, nestle, pavilion
укрывать
harbor, cover, shelter, conceal, shield, secrete
Определения
имя существительное
a place giving temporary protection from bad weather or danger.
We need up to 45,000 more winterised tents and temporary shelters .
глагол
protect or shield from something harmful, especially bad weather.
the hut sheltered him from the cold wind
Примеры
There was one cafe under the arches where you could go and shelter from the weather.
It only seems a matter of time before Bob and Charlotte cross paths and take shelter in each other's company.
There are eight hides - four with wheelchair access - all with fantastic views and a good place to shelter if the weather gets bad.
Miri and the girls had to cover their faces to shelter from the heat.
Over time, this would shelter most investment income from taxation, leaving taxes mainly on wage-and-salary income.
The site claims, in the event of a detonation, you should take shelter , gain distance and minimize your exposure time.
Due to adverse weather conditions the ship may take shelter in ports in Spain, Portugal or Madeira on her journey to Tenerife, according to a spokesperson for the company.
One of their projects was to tidy up the area where once stood an air-raid shelter and brick shed, the removal of which would have cost about £1,000 to be done privately.
She wants to help organize the food drive for the homeless shelter .
Then we'd take shelter under the cover of his porch and watch it rain and Deca would come in when we were almost dry and hug us so we'd be wet again.