top-heavy - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "top-heavy" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

top-heavy / неустойчивый, грудастая
имя прилагательное
unstable, erratic, unsteady, labile, tippy, instable
busty, chesty, buxomy, topheavy
имя прилагательное
disproportionately heavy at the top so as to be in danger of toppling.
Jenssen's placement of thin, spiderweblike shapes beneath heavier bodies of color gives these works a top-heavy feel, as if they risk collapsing beneath their own weight.
EDE was in charge of the Shaw Conference Centre during their protracted strike and has also come under considerable fire for poor financial management and a top-heavy governance model.
Pension obligations were ballooning, while management clung to a top-heavy bureaucracy and its sprawling mills gobbled up cash for repairs.
I'm at that stage where my body feels unnaturally lop-sided and top-heavy .
The assembly has funded political parties, paid for 10 ministries (when there is no logical case for more than six), and sustained a top-heavy civil service who spend their salaries in the local shops.
Analytical cells do not need top-heavy bureaucracies; instead, they should remain lean and flexible so information can flow efficiently between analysts and decision makers.
The police do a difficult job, and, generally, they do it well, despite their constant battles with top-heavy administration, resource shortfalls, and lack of staff.
Stake and support dahlias, gladioli, chrysanthemums and other top-heavy border plants.
USAR CA units are very top-heavy with officers and senior NCOs and there are two reasons for this.
Early retirement as a trend hit Ireland during the 1990s when it became popular with employers seeking to restructure top-heavy organisations and draft in younger employees at a lower cost and on a less committed contractual basis.
Many disappeared in the South China Sea - their overcrowded, top-heavy fishing boats swamped by the sea, or sunk by pirates who attacked at night.