tertiary - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

tertiary / третичный, терциарный
имя прилагательное
имя существительное
третичный период
system, scheme, frame, method, setup, tertiary
имя прилагательное
third in order or level.
most of the enterprises were of tertiary importance
of, relating to, or denoting the first period of the Cenozoic era, between the Cretaceous and Quaternary periods, and comprising the Paleogene and Neogene subperiods.
The annihilation of the dinosaurs marks the boundary linking Cretaceous time and Tertiary time.
(of an organic compound) having its functional group located on a carbon atom that is itself bonded to three other carbon atoms.
If the hydroxyl group is bound to a carbon atom that is itself bound to three other carbon atoms then the resultant alcohol is a tertiary alcohol.
имя существительное
the Tertiary period or the system of rocks deposited during it.
a lay associate of certain Christian monastic organizations.
a Franciscan tertiary
The primary goal is the only one needed to complete each mission, although obtaining secondary and tertiary goals will improve your score and rank.
That hospital had a specialist Neonatal Intensive Care Service and provided tertiary consultative services to many hospitals in the region.
The Mediterranean theater has long been a theater of tertiary importance to the legion of historians writing about World War II.
One goal should be to make a university, or indeed a tertiary education sector, one in which nobody faces any financial barriers to enrolment.
There is cheaper and more affordable tertiary education for students.
Self-defense training and kata can prepare us to respond to this secondary level attack, preventing the escalation to a tertiary level of confrontation.
When primary methods of removal fail, move on to secondary or tertiary techniques for bringing marginal oil and gas out of the ground.
Expansion segments seem to be subject to some selective pressure that maintains their particular structure, at both the secondary and the tertiary levels.
For a variety of reasons its scholars were expected to attain honours and then move into tertiary education.
One recurring theme in the debate over the adequacy of journalism education is whether tertiary graduates have the skills necessary to find work with the limited number of employers.