valetudinarian - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

valetudinarian / болезненный, мнительный
[ˈvælɪtjuːdɪˈnɛərɪən]
[ˈvælɪtjuːdɪˈnɛərɪən]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
болезненный
painful, morbid, sickly, sore, diseased, valetudinarian
мнительный
spleeny, valetudinarian, dubious, valetudinary
имя существительное
болезненный или мнительный человек
valetudinarian, valetudinary
человек слабого здоровья
valetudinarian, valetudinary
Определения
имя прилагательное
showing undue concern about one's health.
In their fascinating and eloquent valetudinarian correspondence, Adams and Jefferson had a great deal to say about religion.
имя существительное
a person who is unduly anxious about their health.
Emma, a clever, pretty, and self-satisfied young woman, is the daughter, and mistress of the house, of Mr Woodhouse, an amiable old valetudinarian .
Примеры
Emma, a clever, pretty, and self-satisfied young woman, is the daughter, and mistress of the house, of Mr Woodhouse, an amiable old valetudinarian .
In their fascinating and eloquent valetudinarian correspondence, Adams and Jefferson had a great deal to say about religion.
Diseases cannot be cured by mummifying the valetudinarian victim's mortal vessel in bandages.
In the western part of the parish is a valley encircled with hills, celebrated for goats’ milk, which is in much request by valetudinarians , who resort hither during the summer months.
The English people are a nation of valetudinarians , but there is not sufficient nutriment in their food, which seems to consist mainly of chilled meat.
Here are always to be seen a great number of valetudinarians from the West Indies, seeking for the renovation of health, exhausted by the debilitating nature of their sun, air, and modes of living.
These monuments to Victorian valetudinarianism were packed with patented paraphernalia such as exercise machines and weightlifting contraptions.
I replied by giving him a full, complete, and accurate history of my ailments, after the manner of valetudinarians .
A common characteristic of hypochondriascism and valetudinarianism is that both possess exaggerated fears about potential disability.
The wonder is that valetudinarians have not more frequently availed themselves of the advantages it offers, instead of having recourse to watering-places.