thrifty - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

thrifty / бережливый, запасливый, экономный
[ˈθrɪf.ti]
[ˈθrɪf.ti]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
бережливый
thrifty, frugal, economical, provident, parsimonious, saving
запасливый
thrifty
экономный
economical, thrifty, economic, saving, frugal, parsimonious
Определения
имя прилагательное
(of a person or their behavior) using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully.
I'm cheap (or rather thrifty and money smart), but a lot of cultures don't tip.
(of livestock or plants) strong and healthy.
The primary goals of most forest management plans are to grow healthy, thrifty trees and also to remove the defective, diseased trees - replacing them with healthy vigorous ones.
Примеры
The primary goals of most forest management plans are to grow healthy, thrifty trees and also to remove the defective, diseased trees - replacing them with healthy vigorous ones.
Being thrifty with his money is not something the Bond star is renowned for.
She is very resourceful and thrifty , but her face is always expressionless, except for an occasional look of fear.
‘Through the years we were very thrifty and spent and invested wisely,’ she says.
He saw the saga of another thrifty and resourceful people who had thrown off the imperial yoke - of Spain, in this case - in the name of liberty.
She named an amount of money for this service which my thrifty husband felt was ridiculous.
The result also reveals that kids from more well-off families tend to spend their money lavishly while those whose parents are unemployed are more thrifty .
People who save see others as wasteful while people who spend see others as thrifty .
If people tend to be thrifty and to save their money, there is no guarantee that the money saved will be invested to further the economic prosperity of the country.
Needle skills were admired in ladies of leisure - matrons of means, nuns, and thrifty housewives - but not in women who had to support themselves.