sublime - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

sublime / сублимировать, возгонять, очищать
[səˈblaɪm]
[səˈblaɪm]
Перевод
глагол
сублимировать
sublimate, sublime
возгонять
sublime, sublimate
очищать
clean, purify, cleanse, clear, peel, sublime
имя прилагательное
возвышенный
exalted, sublime, elevated, lofty, high, elevate
величественный
majestic, magnificent, stately, grand, sublime, dignified
высокий
high, tall, lofty, big, elevated, sublime
Определения
имя прилагательное
of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe.
Mozart's sublime piano concertos
глагол
(of a solid substance) change directly into vapor when heated, typically forming a solid deposit again on cooling.
A layer of volcanic ash and dust seems to have protected the ice from subliming away, the researcher said.
elevate to a high degree of moral or spiritual purity or excellence.
Примеры
The sublime (as distinct from the merely pleasurable) is not primarily a matter of reflection and comparison.
There is a sublime sense of entitlement around these three young women.
Relying on his emotions as a stimulus, Lepe's work is both sublime and intuitive.
Where can one who rejects the alternative of the sublime horror or the ridiculous degradation seek the image of a man with a reason to fight for a this-worldly ideal?
They are creations of sublime visual beauty and sensuality; dreamlike chiaroscuro and stifling decorative excess form the backdrop for melodrama pervaded by a diffuse sexuality.
The park also presents a curious mix of the sublime and ridiculous, and sometimes, quite bizarre, so you really do need a receptive mind.
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Her demeanor was sublime to behold in the torchlight that glowed upon her.
With his hauteur and chequered disciplinary record, as well as his sublime talent, he dominated the emerging celebrity culture of English football.
Fittingly, then, panic for theoreticians is not strictly a sublime emotion.