trunk - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

trunk / ствол, багажник, туловище
[trʌŋk]
[trʌŋk]
Перевод
имя существительное
ствол
trunk, barrel, stem, shaft, bole, body
багажник
trunk, boot, carrier, baggage compartment, luggage boot
туловище
trunk, torso, body, corpus
имя прилагательное
магистральный
main, trunk, arterial, magistral
главный
main, major, chief, principal, primary, trunk
Определения
имя существительное
the main woody stem of a tree as distinct from its branches and roots.
Trees with large trunks and deep anchoring roots represent the ultimate challenge in withstanding oxygen-deprivation in wetland habitats.
a person's or animal's body apart from the limbs and head.
The somites, now positioned on either side of the neural tube, give rise to the vertebrae and ribs, to the muscles of the trunk and limbs, and also contribute to the dermis of the skin.
the elongated, prehensile nose of an elephant.
The trunk of an Asian elephant is so exquisitely prehensile that it can pick up a dime from a concrete floor.
a large box with a hinged lid for storing or transporting clothes and other articles.
These tiny documents were purchased by a flea market trader in a trunk stored in the attic of a prominent Savannah family during the dispersal of an estate.
Примеры
Tailor-welded blanks are used in the doors, but the trunk is laser welded and built with two sets of tools.
It uses its trunk , or proboscis, to gather food and water and also to play, fight, feel its surroundings and detect smells.
In the latter sampling period, the stem was further divided into the main trunk and branches.
Krystal showed the girls to her trunk full of clothes and she gave everyone an outfit, which they put on without hesitating.
This was in her right face, trunk and limbs for the pins and needles, and just mild problems swallowing.
Paris admired him from behind the trunk of a deciduous tree.
They are most often found on the trunk of the body and on the arms and legs.
The trunk of an Asian elephant is so exquisitely prehensile that it can pick up a dime from a concrete floor.
The rash starts on the face and ears and gradually spreads to the trunk and limbs.
The facial artery may arise by a common trunk with the lingual.