snifter - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

snifter / глоток спиртного, переносной радиопеленгатор, бокал, суженный кверху
[ˈsnɪf.tər]
[-tɚ]
Перевод
имя существительное
глоток спиртного
snifter, slug, dram, toothful, swig, sniffer
переносной радиопеленгатор
snifter
бокал, суженный кверху
snifter
Определения
имя существительное
a footed glass that is wide at the bottom and tapers to the top, used for brandy and other drinks.
Previously, brandy snifters and Scotch nosing glasses were used to taste bourbon, as the optimal glass for this spirit had never been developed.
Примеры
‘This should smooth away the chill,’ Angel said, handing Sally a snifter of brandy.
In his previous lodgings, Auden had kept scrupulously to his schedule of writing sessions interrupted only by meals and a tea-time snifter , then bed at 10 pm.
We try to encourage chilling the schnapss like a Martini and serving it in a snifter .
Hold the brandy a good distance away from your nose, cupping the snifter in your palm, and allow your body heat to help release the aromas.
So, we went back to the hotel and Shel and I joined Jo and Vanda in their room and partook of a snifter or two of scotch and had a few deep meaningful conversations, set the world to rights, etc, etc.
He threw down his empty snifter and bounded after her.
Then he took a snifter from that sweet, floral something he always had about him, and rode in silence until it grew so dark even the horse feared to push on any further.
In Duvel's case, a twelve ounce bottle is poured into a glass which resembles a cross between a snifter and a tulip, and has the capacity to hold almost twice the beer's volume.
I, for instance, can now change an extremely smelly nappy in the early hours of the morning after a snifter or two and about 22 minutes sleep without waking the baby.
They set up booths and for $10 customers can buy a snifter and sample all the tequilas the suppliers have on hand.