tableau - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

tableau / живая картина, живописная картина, неожиданная сцена
[ˈtæb.ləʊ]
[-loʊ]
Перевод
имя существительное
живая картина
tableau, tableau vivant, pageant
живописная картина
tableau
неожиданная сцена
tableau
Определения
имя существительное
a group of models or motionless figures representing a scene from a story or from history; a tableau vivant.
The film is composed of a series of tableaux , with scenes reminiscent of detailed paintings.
Примеры
The fourth tableau represents the Roman prison from where St Paul penned his Epistles, his instructions to early Christian communities all over the empire.
Of the three, Rubens seems least sincere, the most theatrical in the sense that what he is offering could be a tableau set up with models.
The tableau froze, motionless, and the flame of the memorial flickered out, and the stage became dark.
Each scene has the feeling of a solemn ceremony or, at times, an historical tableau .
Like their cast-mates, both inject a level of interpretation and fluidity into their roles that stops proceedings from degenerating into some wax tableau of recent history.
Inside, life-size tableaux re-create moments in history, like Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery meeting the native Nez Perce.
And as part of this process, the two have conceived, designed and photographed a series of tableaux that aim to rearrange and critically portray stereotypical images of the South Indian woman.
They first spent several days reading and discussing immigrants' stories from children's literature and the students started to create tableaux or frozen scenes of the immigrants' experiences.
Gone were the artificial and outmoded divisions into three or four acts with scene changes and elaborate tableaux .
Lucky for him, all these poor people still have time to line up for several thousand black-and-white shots during which they artfully arrange themselves in striking tableaux and stare into Salles' lens.