unstressed - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

unstressed / безударный, неподчеркнутый, ненапряженный
[ʌnˈstrest]
[ʌnˈstrest]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
безударный
unstressed, atonic
неподчеркнутый
unstressed
ненапряженный
unstressed, unstrained, lax
Определения
имя прилагательное
(of a syllable) not pronounced with stress.
an unstressed syllable
not subjected to stress.
a well-balanced, unstressed person
Примеры
Five research assistants, blinded to the type of glove material, tested stressed and unstressed gloves for barrier effectiveness.
As discussed in previous posts, the usual pattern in English is for the indefinite article, when unstressed and preceding a word starting with a consonant, to be pronounced as a short reduced mid-central vowel.
It's not a form of manipulation, she says, but a way of allowing the vertebrae to relax into a natural, unstressed position.
Here's what they had to say - as you'll see, they got the wrong answer, because they perceive that they pronounce unstressed syllables differently from one another.
This makes me very happy and unstressed , and she seems to be enjoying it as well.
Personally as a fisheries biologist I think fish can be stressed or unstressed but I don't think they have ‘happy’ or ‘unhappy’, unless they are migratory species denied the chance of migrate.
In addition, Annette and Victoria, agree that a healthy, focused and unstressed mind is fundamental to the success of any company.
The patient is asked to wear it as much as possible over the next few weeks - except when eating - giving the jaws time to relax back into a natural, unstressed position.
Two bikers powered into the town 13 minutes after the start and said they had a good journey into Leeds, arriving refreshed, unstressed and ready for work.
Compared with most native English speech patterns, Hiberno-English speech has longer and swifter rhythmic runs, with a far higher proportion of unstressed to stressed syllables.