terminal - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

terminal / терминал, клемма, вокзал
имя существительное
terminal, cleat
railway station, terminal, terminus, depot
имя прилагательное
finite, final, ultimate, ending, terminal, eventual
имя прилагательное
of, forming, or situated at the end or extremity of something.
a terminal date
(of a disease) predicted to lead to death, especially slowly; incurable.
terminal cancer
имя существительное
an end or extremity of something, in particular.
When the game's western terminal was St. Louis.
a point of connection for closing an electric circuit.
The zinc and the copper are the anode and cathode terminals of your potato battery.
a device at which a user enters data or commands for a computer system and that displays the received output.
Each morning intelligence analysts log on at their computer terminals and enter the Dictionary system.
If terminal disagreements occur, they would be allowed to reconsider their participation in the coalition agreement.
In the former case the charterer gives orders for the employment of the vessel which cannot reasonably be expected to be performed by the final terminal date.
Doctors told the family her condition was terminal , although they don't link the standard of care she received with her death.
She moved to the forward curved wall of the room and hummed quietly to herself as she tapped out a few commands on the computer terminal .
It's more that they think his political condition might now be terminal .
Sometimes, even the terminal degree may be outside the direct disciplinary focus of the hiring department.
People usually assume a terminal illness when thinking about the end of life.
The Government is set to give the go-ahead to the building of a second terminal at Dublin Airport before the summer.
You don't know the airport, the terminal , the airline, or the time of the flight.
This disease is terminal and the death is slow and agonising.