swash - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

swash / лязгать, плескать, плескаться
[swɔʃ]
[swɔʃ]
Перевод
глагол
лязгать
clang, swash, snap, clangor, clangour
плескать
splash, splatter, dabble, plash, swash, dash
плескаться
splash, splatter, dabble, plash, swash, paddle
имя существительное
плеск
splash, swash, plash, dash, popple
прибой
surf, wash, swash
сильное течение
swash
Определения
глагол
(of water or an object in water) move with a splashing sound.
the water swashed and rippled around the car wheels
(of a person) flamboyantly swagger about or wield a sword.
he swashed about self-confidently
имя существительное
the rush of seawater up the beach after the breaking of a wave.
This is succeeded by plane-bedded sands dipping gently seaward, which are produced by the swash and backwash of the waves on the beach face.
имя прилагательное
denoting an ornamental written or printed character, typically a capital letter.
Примеры
the swash of the sea
The first is that the crumbling dead corals swash about in the waves - not a good place for a baby coral to survive.
Doesn't mean he cannot swash or buckle or both, but it will require additional suspension of disbelief, particularly if he has a fistfight with some muscled-up 20-year old.
the swash tends to push shingle up the beach
Though I could no longer see the clam, I knew it had pushed its siphon to the surface for feeding, and it occurred to me that the hydroid, by creating an eddy in the swash , might actually help the clam obtain food.
However, a few years on and no longer buckling a swash with his early vigour, tough battle boy Henry died of a tummy ache.
This is succeeded by plane-bedded sands dipping gently seaward, which are produced by the swash and backwash of the waves on the beach face.
Ferri revealed a madcap brilliance as Katherina, while Bocca's Petruchio buckled his swashes with rare comic flamboyance.
A solid surf beats against the breakwater, swashing spray on the sidewalk vendors and strolling passers-by.
When a heavy lurch came, hot water swashed up and over, a dismal howl, and well I fancy the cook and his mate will be more careful in future!’