brae

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} yamaç
eğim/tepe
{i} bayır
iskoç
hillside
{i} yamaç

Yamaçta duran bina okulumuzdur. - The building which stands on the hillside is our school.

Tom yamaç üzerinde otlayan sığırın bir resmini çekti. - Tom took a picture of the cattle grazing on the hillside.

hillside
sırt
hillside
bayır
hillside
kıran
hillside
{i} dağ eteği
hillside
tepe kenar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
hillside
a slope or hillside
A hillside; a slope
A hillside; a slope; a bank; a hill
{i} slope, slant, declivity; mountainside
Skara Brae
or Skerrabra Late Neolithic village on the shore of the Bay of Skaill in Scotland's Orkney Islands. Skara Brae was built 3200-2200 BC. Covered by a sand dune, it is one of the most perfectly preserved ancient villages of Europe. Its excavation, begun in the 1860s, revealed huts of undressed, mortarless stone slabs containing stone furniture. They were linked by paved alleys; some had been covered by banking them with mixed sand, peat ash, and refuse, becoming stone-roofed tunnels. A sewer drained the whole. Inhabitants lived on the flesh and milk of their cattle and on shellfish; they probably wore skins. For tools they used local stone, beach pebbles, and animal bones. They wore pendants and coloured beads of sheep marrow, cows' teeth, killer-whale teeth, and boars' tusks. Lozenges and similar rectilinear patterns were scratched on hut walls and along alleys. Pottery vessels show incised and relief designs, including the only example of a true spiral known from prehistoric Britain
brae

    Турецкое произношение

    brey

    Произношение

    /ˈbrā/ /ˈbreɪ/

    Этимология

    [ 'brA ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English bra, from Old Norse brA eyelid; akin to Old English br[AE]w eyebrow, and probably to Old English bregdan to move quickly; more at BRAID.

    Слово дня

    clamant
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