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leer meaning in English

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leér ige

get down◼◼◼ verb
[UK: ˈɡet daʊn] [US: ˈɡet ˈdaʊn]

reach [reached, reached, reaching, reaches]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: riːtʃ] [US: ˈriːtʃ]

come down◼◼◻ verb
[UK: kʌm daʊn] [US: ˈkəm ˈdaʊn]

leereszkedés főnév

descent [descents]◼◼◼ noun
[UK: dɪ.ˈsent] [US: də.ˈsent]

condescension [condescensions]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsen.ʃn̩] [US: ˌkɑːn.də.ˈsen.ʃn̩]

abseil [abseils]◼◻◻ noun

lowering◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈləʊ.ər.ɪŋ] [US: ˈloʊ.r̩.ɪŋ]

alighting noun
[UK: ə.ˈlaɪt.ɪŋ] [US: ə.ˈlaɪt.ɪŋ]

leereszkedés kötélen

abseiling (GB)[UK: ˈæb.seɪl.ɪŋ] [US: ˈæb.seɪl.ɪŋ]

leereszkedés kötélen US

rappelling[UK: rə.ˈpel.ɪŋ] [US: rə.ˈpel.ɪŋ]

leereszkedés kötéllel

rappel[UK: rapˈel] [US: ræpˈel]

leereszkedett melléknév

descended◼◼◼ adjective
[UK: dɪ.ˈsen.dɪd] [US: də.ˈsen.dəd]

leereszkedik ige

descend [descended, descended, descending, descends]◼◼◼ verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈsend] [US: də.ˈsend]

deflate [deflated, deflated, deflating, deflates]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈfleɪt] [US: də.ˈfleɪt]

sink [sank sunk, sunk] irregular verb
[UK: sɪŋk sæŋk sʌŋk ˈsʌŋkən] [US: ˈsɪŋk ˈsæŋk ˈsəŋk ˈsʌŋkən]

climb down verb
[UK: klaɪm daʊn] [US: ˈklaɪm ˈdaʊn]

decline [declined, declined, declining, declines] verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈklaɪn] [US: dɪ.ˈklaɪn]

drop to earth verb
[UK: drɒp tuː ɜːθ] [US: ˈdrɑːp ˈtuː ˈɝːθ]

leereszkedik (átv) ige

condescend [condescended, condescended, condescending, condescends]◼◼◼ verb
[UK: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsend] [US: ˌkɑːn.də.ˈsend]

leereszkedik (madár, repgép) ige

alit verb
[UK: əˈlɪt] [US: əˈlɪt]

leereszkedik a földre

flutter to the ground[UK: ˈflʌ.tə(r) tuː ðə ɡraʊnd] [US: ˈflʌ.tər ˈtuː ðə ˈɡraʊnd]

leereszkedik hallgatóságához (átv)

talk down to one's audience[UK: ˈtɔːk daʊn tuː wʌnz ˈɔː.diəns] [US: ˈtɔːk ˈdaʊn ˈtuː wʌnz ˈɑː.diəns]

leereszkedik vkihez

condescend to somebody[UK: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsend tuː ˈsʌm.bə.di] [US: ˌkɑːn.də.ˈsend ˈtuː ˈsʌm.ˌbɑː.di]

leereszkedő melléknév

condescending◼◼◼ adjective
[UK: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsend.ɪŋ] [US: ˌkɑːn.də.ˈsend.ɪŋ]

patronizing◼◼◻ adjective
[UK: ˈpæ.trə.naɪz.ɪŋ] [US: ˈpeɪ.trə.ˌnaɪz.ɪŋ]

patronising◼◻◻ adjective

gracious adjective
[UK: ˈɡreɪ.ʃəs] [US: ˈɡreɪ.ʃəs]

lofty [loftier, loftiest] adjective
[UK: ˈlɒf.ti] [US: ˈlɒf.ti]

leereszkedő magatartás

air of patronage[UK: eə(r) əv ˈpæ.trə.nɪdʒ] [US: ˈer əv ˈpæ.trə.nɪdʒ]

leereszkedő modor

air of patronage[UK: eə(r) əv ˈpæ.trə.nɪdʒ] [US: ˈer əv ˈpæ.trə.nɪdʒ]

patronizing tone[UK: ˈpæ.trə.naɪz.ɪŋ təʊn] [US: ˈpeɪ.trə.ˌnaɪz.ɪŋ ˈtoʊn]

leereszkedő vkvel szemben ige

patronize [patronized, patronized, patronizing, patronizes] verb
[UK: ˈpæ.trə.naɪz] [US: ˈpeɪ.trə.ˌnaɪz]

leereszkedően határozószó

condescendingly◼◼◼ adverb
[UK: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsen.dɪŋ.li] [US: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsen.dɪŋ.li]

leereszkedően viselkedik ige

condescend [condescended, condescended, condescending, condescends] verb
[UK: ˌkɒn.dɪ.ˈsend] [US: ˌkɑːn.də.ˈsend]

leereszt ige

lower [lowered, lowered, lowering, lowers]◼◼◼ verb
[UK: ˈləʊ.ə(r)] [US: ˈloʊ.r̩]

deflate [deflated, deflated, deflating, deflates]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈfleɪt] [US: də.ˈfleɪt]

let down◼◻◻ verb
[UK: let daʊn] [US: ˈlet ˈdaʊn]

land [landed, landed, landing, lands]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: lænd] [US: ˈlænd]

sink [sank sunk, sunk]◼◻◻ irregular verb
[UK: sɪŋk sæŋk sʌŋk ˈsʌŋkən] [US: ˈsɪŋk ˈsæŋk ˈsəŋk ˈsʌŋkən]

bleed [bled, bled]◼◻◻ irregular verb
[UK: bliːd bled bled] [US: ˈbliːd ˈbled ˈbled]

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