sunflower - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

sunflower / подсолнечник, подсолнух
[ˈsʌnˌflaʊər]
[-ˌflaʊr]
Перевод
имя существительное
подсолнечник
sunflower, helianthus
подсолнух
sunflower
имя прилагательное
подсолнечный
sunflower
Определения
имя существительное
a tall North American plant of the daisy family, with very large golden-rayed flowers. Sunflowers are cultivated for their edible seeds, which are an important source of oil for cooking and margarine.
And a farmer would find that planting peas before sunflowers promises the highest sunflower yield - 1,490 pounds an acre.
Примеры
In addition, more acres of sugar beets were being grown in 2000 than a year ago, while sunflower , alfalfa, oats, dry edible beans, millet, and wheat were lower.
The team looked at crops such as corn, peas, proso millet, safflower, sunflower , triticale, and winter wheat, with some crops grown for grain and some for forage.
sunflower oil
It is a native insect which feeds on wild hosts including cocklebur, sunflowers , and common and giant ragweed, as well as soybeans.
Here in Pennsylvania, we always try a late planting of 8-10 week flowers (some zinnias, sunflowers , etc.) and sometimes we make it!
Increased average marketings of all milk, cotton, cattle, and cottonseed offset decreased marketings of peanuts, soybeans, sunflowers , and potatoes.
Bright and bold, sunflowers are native to North America and often sold at farmer's markets across the country.
The owner clearly knows what she likes for she has given the entire space over to two species planted in tubs, sunflowers and tomatoes.
More than 50 crops were grown by the 54 farms included in the sample, although more than half of the acreage was in hard red spring wheat, soybeans, hay, corn, and sunflowers .
They have found a way to use interspecific hybridization - that is, crosses between cultivated sunflowers and distant relatives that were difficult to impossible to make, until now.