Translation: from english

kaleidoscopic

  • 1 kaleidoscopic

    -'sko-
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) calidoscópico
    kaleidoscopic
    tr[kəlaɪdə'skɒpɪk]
    adjective
    1 calidoscópico,-a
    kaleidoscopic
    adj.
    calidoscópico, -a adj.
    [kǝˌlaɪdǝ'skɒpɪk]
    ADJ calidoscópico

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 kaleidoscopic

    [kəˌlaɪdə'skɔpɪk]
    прил.
    1) калейдоскопический (о цветных узорах)

    kaleidoscopic effects of sunshine and shade — калейдоскопические эффекты, создаваемые солнечным светом и тенями

    2) быстро меняющийся

    a kaleidoscopic change of feelings — быстрая смена эмоций

    Англо-русский современный словарь

  • 3 kaleidoscopic

    калейдоскопичен;
    * * *
    kaleidoscopic(al) [kə´laidə´skɔpik(əl)] adj калейдоскопичен; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv kaleidoscopically.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 4 kaleidoscopic(al)

    [kəlaidəskɔpik(əl)]
    adjective (kaleidoscopic(al)ally adverb)
    kalejdoskopski

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 5 kaleidoscopic

    [kəˌlaɪdə'skɒpɪk]
    aggettivo caleidoscopico
    * * *
    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) caleidoscopico
    * * *
    kaleidoscopic
    * * *
    [kəˌlaɪdə'skɒpɪk]
    aggettivo caleidoscopico

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 6 kaleidoscopic

    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) kaleidoskopisch
    * * *
    ka·lei·do·scop·ic
    [kəˌlaɪdəˈskɒpɪk, AM -skɑ:pɪk]
    adj kaleidoskopisch geh, in buntem Wechsel aufeinanderfolgend attr
    * * *
    [kə"laIdə'skɒpɪk]
    adj
    kaleidoskopisch
    * * *
    kaleidoscopic [-ˈskɒpık; US -ˈskɑ-] adj, kaleidoscopical [-kl] adj (adv kaleidoscopically) kaleidoskopisch (auch fig)
    * * *
    adj.
    kaleidoskopisch adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 7 kaleidoscopic

    калейдоскопический имя прилагательное:
    калейдоскопический (kaleidoscopic, kaleidoscopical)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 8 kaleidoscopic

    kaleidoscopic adj kaléidoscopique.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 9 kaleidoscopic

    kaleidoscopic [{{t}}kə‚laɪdə'skɒpɪk]
    adjective
    kaléidoscopique

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  • 10 kaleidoscopic(al)

    kaleidoscopic(al) калейдоскопический

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 11 kaleidoscopic(al)

    kaleidoscopic(al) калейдоскопический

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 12 kaleidoscopic

    [kəˌlaɪdə'skɒpɪk]
    Общая лексика: калейдоскопический, постоянно и быстро меняющийся

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь

  • 13 kaleidoscopic

    [kəˏlaɪdə`skɔpɪk]
    калейдоскопический)
    калейдоскопический, быстро меняющийся

    Англо-русский большой универсальный переводческий словарь

  • 14 kaleidoscopic

    [ka·lei·do·scop·ic || kə‚laɪdə'skɑpɪk(l) /-kɒp-]
    adj. קלידוסקופי, רבגוני
    * * *
    ינוגבר ,יפוקסודילק

    English-Hebrew dictionary

  • 15 kaleidoscopic

    -'sko-
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) kaleidoskopisk
    adj. \/kəˌlaɪdəˈskɒpɪk\/ eller kaleidoscopical
    1) kaleidoskopisk
    2) mangefarget, skiftende
    3) broket
    4) forvirrende

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 16 kaleidoscopic

    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) kalejdoskopisk
    * * *
    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) kalejdoskopisk

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 17 kaleidoscopic

    senantiasa berubah cepat

    English-Indonesian dictionary

  • 18 kaleidoscopic

    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) síbreytilegur

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 19 kaleidoscopic

    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) tarkabarka

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 20 kaleidoscopic

    [-'sko-]
    adjective (with many changing colours, sights, impressions etc.) caleidoscópico
    * * *
    ka.lei.do.scop.ic
    [kəlaidəsk'ɔpik] adj calidoscópico.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

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  • kaleidoscopic — 1820, from KALEIDOSCOPE (Cf. kaleidoscope) + IC (Cf. ic). Figurative use by 1855 …   Etymology dictionary

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  • kaleidoscopic — ka|lei|do|scop|ic [kəˌlaıdəˈskɔpık US ˈska: ] adj kaleidoscopic scenes, colours, or patterns change often and quickly …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • kaleidoscopic — adjective kaleidoscopic scenes, colours, or patterns change often and quickly kaleidoscopically / kli/ adverb …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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