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Prevod reči: padobran

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padobran [ muški rod ]

brolly [ imenica {sleng, dijalekt} ]
Generiši izgovor

(British slang) An umbrella.

chute [ imenica ]
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ETYM French chute, prop. a fall.
(Homonym: shoot).
Sloping channel through which things can descend; SYN. slide, sloping trough.

parachute [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, from paper to ward off, guard + chute a fall. Related to Parry, and Chute, Chance.
A device that fills with air and retards one's fall; SYN. chute.
Any canopied fabric device strapped to a person or a package, used to slow down descent from a high altitude, or returning spent missiles or parts to a safe speed for landing, or sometimes to aid (through braking) the landing of a plane or missile. Modern designs enable the parachutist to exercise considerable control of direction, as in skydiving.
Leonardo da Vinci sketched a parachute design, but the first descent, from a balloon at a height of 6m/2,2ft over Paris, was not made until 17by André-Jacques Garnerin (1769–1823). The first descent from an aircraft was made by Capt Albert Berry 19from a height of 4m/1,5ft over Missouri.
A parachute is typically folded into a pack from which it is released by a rip cord or other device. It originally consisted of some two dozen panels of silk (later nylon) in a circular canopy with shroud lines to a harness. Modern parachutes are variously shaped, often small and rectangular.
In parascending the parachuting procedure is reversed, the canopy (parafoil) to which the person is attached being towed behind a vehicle to achieve an ascent.

umbrella [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Italian umbrella, from ombra a shade, Latin umbra; cf. Latin umbella a sunshade, a parasol. Related to Umbel, Umbrage.
A lightweight handheld collapsible shelter.
Having the function of uniting a group of similar things.
A formation of military planes maintained over ground operations or targets.
Portable protection against the rain (when used in the sun it is usually called a parasol or sunshade). In use in China for more than a thousand years, umbrellas were also held over the rulers of ancient Egypt and Assyria as symbols of power and had a similar significance for Aztec and African rulers and dignitaries of the Roman Catholic Church.



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