whiff - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

whiff / дуновение, струя, слабый запах
[wɪf]
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Перевод
имя существительное
дуновение
blow, breath, whiff, waft, aura, puff
струя
jet, flow, stream, current, squirt, whiff
слабый запах
whiff
глагол
попыхивать
whiff
веять
winnow, blow, breeze, fan, whiff
слегка дуть
whiff
Определения
имя существительное
a smell that is only smelled briefly or faintly.
I caught a whiff of peachy perfume
a puff or breath of air or smoke.
It puffed a whiff of smoke and crouched down to their level.
(chiefly in baseball or golf) an unsuccessful attempt to hit the ball.
Expect a lot of foul balls and whiffs until you adjust to the speed.
глагол
get a brief or faint smell of.
he screwed up his nose as if he'd whiffed Limburger
(chiefly in baseball or golf) try unsuccessfully to hit the ball.
Most of the time the fielders are just standing around while the batters are whiffing and, all of a sudden, the fielder makes an error on a ground ball because he is not ready.
Примеры
A seductive whiff of spruce, roses and wood smoke leads you to her front door.
She said you could smell the whiff off it coming up the street.
A plasma blast tore past him, close enough that he caught a whiff of burnt feathers.
During shooting there was all occasional whiff of smoke at the rear of the cylinder and examination of the fired cases found them covered with soot from end to end.
As the train picked up speed, we caught the whiff of, well, a rest room in terrible need of cleaning.
During shooting there was an occasional whiff of smoke at the rear of the cylinder and examination of the fired cases found them covered with soot from end to end.
A certain flower or a, a whiff of smoke can bring up experiences long forgotten.
In the absence of the traditional gale, the course is easier than any of these pros have ever seen it, soft and receptive with not a whiff of wind in the air.
I caught a whiff of her hair and the flowery scent made my heart pound faster.
I knew I caught a whiff of something flammable in the office air Friday afternoon when a cacophony of squawking arose from a neighboring borough of Cubeville.