Расстановка переносов pre·cinct
Турецкое произношение prisîngk
Этимология [ 'prE-"si[ng](k)t ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English early 15th century, in sense of “district for government purposes”, from Medieval Latin precinctum, alternative form of praecinctum (“enclosure, boundary line”), neuter singular of praecinctus, perfect passive participle of Latin praecingō (“surround, gird”), from prae (“before”) + cingō (“surround, encircle”), from which also cinch.“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 Cognate to Italian precingere (“to encircle”).