spat - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

spat / размолвка, небольшая ссора, устричная икра
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Перевод
имя существительное
размолвка
spat, tiff, rift, misunderstanding, variance, pique
небольшая ссора
spat
устричная икра
spat
глагол
побраниться
spat
метать икру
spawn, spat
ссориться
quarrel, brawl, bicker, fall out, fuss, spat
Определения
имя существительное
a short cloth gaiter covering the instep and ankle.
His father was dressed in a rubber macintosh, with thick domestic gloves, spats , and a trilby hat.
a cover for the upper part of an aircraft wheel.
a petty quarrel.
Almost immediately they run into a pointless spat with local tough guys that spirals into a violent feud.
the spawn or larvae of shellfish, especially oysters.
глагол
quarrel pettily.
The latest trouble to hit Airbus involves a transatlantic spat over aircraft subsidies.
глагол
eject saliva forcibly from one's mouth, sometimes as a gesture of contempt or anger.
Todd spit in Hugh's face
light rain falls.
it began to spit
put a spit through (meat) in order to roast it over an open fire.
I spitted the squirrel meat and turned it over the flames
Примеры
Almost immediately they run into a pointless spat with local tough guys that spirals into a violent feud.
oyster larvae attach themselves as spat to old shells
We've been together for 35 minutes and nary a spat yet.
Soon after we met, Slater was in the papers again after his wife allegedly broke a glass over his head during a violent spat .
people expected him and his wife to spat continually
The latest trouble to hit Airbus involves a transatlantic spat over aircraft subsidies.
Irritated by what she considered backbiting, Inger spatted Ben's hand and turned a cold shoulder to him.
Her sister never told anyone about their little spats .
However, eighteenth-century England was not without its religious spats .
Flustered, the blonde boy untied his spats , and took off one of his sock-shoes, sort of hopping around on one foot while doing so.