unlike - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

unlike / в отличие от
[ˌʌnˈlaɪk]
[ˌʌnˈlaɪk]
Перевод
предлог
в отличие от
unlike, in contradistinction to
имя прилагательное
непохожий на
unlike
не такой как
unlike
разноименный
unlike, contralateral
Определения
имя прилагательное
dissimilar or different from each other.
they seemed utterly unlike, despite being twins
предлог
different from; not similar to.
they were unlike anything ever seen before
глагол
withdraw one's liking or approval of (a web page or posting on a social media website that one has previously liked).
I cut about 300 of my 400 friends and unliked about 20–30 pages
Примеры
I believe that the rise of Middle Eastern organised crime in Sydney will have an impact on society unlike anything we have ever seen.
Contrary to previous reports, the Highland project, unlike London's Hospital, does not have Microsoft millionaire Paul Allen's financial backing.
Perched at 5,380 ft on the side of a Swiss Alp, Whitepod is quite unlike anything you'll ever have seen in skiing, and the sooner you get used to the idea, the better.
I lived there only briefly, but even as a child I knew that the attitude among the city's poor, black population was unlike anything I'd ever experienced.
His reactions were unlike anything we had ever seen.
But he said some graduates still preferred working for Levett & Bailey because, unlike many contractors, it had a training programme.
But the fact is, NFL contracts, unlike Major League Baseball's and the NBA's, are not guaranteed.
I have covered a number of major international events in my time and have seen a media pack before but this was unlike anything I had ever encountered.
On film, the battle of Helms Deep is an astonishing nightmare-scale bombardment, a cinematic showdown unlike anything ever witnessed before.
The downtown contract, unlike the strip contract, gives the union bureaucracy the flexibility to adjust how much of the negotiated amount goes to wages and health care.