alveolārs


alveolārs
anat., lingv., a. альвеолярный  (Окончания: \alveolārsая, \alveolārsое)
LKLv59
▪ Termini
▪ EuroTermBank termini
Hum
ru альвеолярный
ETB
▪ Skaidrojumi
lv Izcelsme - vācu, angļu alveolar \< latīņu
lv 1. Tāds, kas saistīts ar alveolām (1), tām raksturīgs
alveolārs līdzskanis
lv 2. Tāds, kas saistīts ar alveolām (2), tām raksturīgs
Jum99
▪ Sinonīmi
lietv. absolvents; bijušais audzēknis
T09

Latviešu-krievu vārdnīcu. 2014.

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