twopence - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

twopence / два пенса
[ˈtʌp.əns]
[ˈtʌp.əns]
Перевод
имя существительное
два пенса
twopence, tuppence
Определения
имя существительное
the sum of two pence, especially before decimalization (1971).
It finally opened in January 1863: the toll to cross was half a penny for foot passengers, a penny for animals and twopence for horse-drawn vehicles.
Примеры
A 1706 contract with a London clothing merchant to outfit sailors listed: ‘Leather caps faced with red cotton and lined with black-lined at the rate of one shilling and twopence each’.
he didn't care twopence for her
The billon coinage was discontinued after 1603, but twopence pieces in copper called hardheads, bodles, or turners continued to be issued until the Act of Union.
The admission to the ground was traditionally a penny, twopence if W. G. Grace was batting.
I don't care twopence what other people think of it.
It finally opened in January 1863: the toll to cross was half a penny for foot passengers, a penny for animals and twopence for horse-drawn vehicles.
At Michaelmas he must pay ten pence tax, and at Martinmas twenty-three sesters of barley and two hens; at Easter one young sheep or twopence .
he didn't care twopence for her
Most almanacs sold for twopence each, the larger ones for sixpence - two and a half pence in today's money, but of course worth a very great deal more.
Flowers were also very scarce, narcissus and chrysanthemums being the chief varieties at twopence and threepence per bunch.