unsophisticated - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

unsophisticated / простой, наивный, простодушный
[ˌʌn.səˈfɪs.tɪ.keɪ.tɪd]
[-t̬ɪd]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
простой
plain, simple, ordinary, elementary, idle, unsophisticated
наивный
naive, innocent, simple, unsophisticated, naif, untutored
простодушный
simple, ingenuous, artless, innocent, unsophisticated, guileless
Определения
имя прилагательное
lacking refined worldly knowledge or tastes.
One line of defense is likely to be that while these deals may sound fictitious and fraudulent to unsophisticated outsiders, they are actually standard transactions in high finance.
Примеры
Mrs Howard said: ‘This was an unsophisticated attempt, a botched job that led in effect to Mr Thompson being rescued from the roof.’
The rides have recently been updated but still remain simple and unsophisticated : ideal for children aged from two to nine, not least the shiny new bouncy castle.
They were unlike him, unsophisticated , dirty, ignorant.
His efforts to portray himself as unsophisticated and ignorant of legal matters were not consistent with the record.
The enduring image of Queensland for many Australians a beautiful place to holiday, but hampered by a narrow-based economy and an unsophisticated cultural life - is eroding fast.
In July 1995 WB started its search to replace its existing unsophisticated computer system.
The current architectural mandarins tell us all this, and they've cowed many; in matters of taste, no one wants to appear uncultivated and unsophisticated .
Uninspiring design, unsubtle lighting, naive storytelling and an unsophisticated and thumping ‘score’ detract terribly from the performances.
Netgear's own supplied software does this, though it's unsophisticated compared to the likes of Musicmatch or iTunes.
Labour wants to see a range of simple, transparent, low-cost options available to financially unsophisticated consumers, to give them the confidence to manage their own affairs.