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  • pronunciational —  ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|āshənəl, shnəl adjective : relating to or dealing with pronunciation pronunciational hints pronunciational puns …   Useful english dictionary

  • pronunciational — adjective see pronunciation …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pronunciational — adjective Of or relating to pronunciation …   Wiktionary

  • pronunciational — pro·nun·ci·a·tion·al …   English syllables

  • pronunciation — pronunciational, pronunciatory /preuh nun see euh tawr ee, tohr ee/, pronunciative, adj. /preuh nun see ay sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or result of producing the sounds of speech, including articulation, stress, and intonation, often with reference to …   Universalium

  • pronunciation — noun Etymology: Middle English pronunciacion, from Anglo French pronunciation, from Latin pronuntiation , pronuntiatio, from pronuntiare Date: 15th century the act or manner of pronouncing something • pronunciational adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • banalysis — (BAY.nal.uh.sis or buh.NAL.uh.sys) n. Analysis or reasoning that is commonplace, trivial, or trite. Example Citation: All this would make food for thought, if only the public, in undiminished and indeed ever growing numbers, did not demonstrate… …   New words

  • pronunciation — /prənʌnsiˈeɪʃən / (say pruhnunsee ayshuhn) noun the act or the result of producing the sounds of speech including articulation, vowel and consonant formation, accent, inflection, and intonation, often with reference to the correctness or… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • rhotacism — /ˈroʊtəsɪzəm/ (say rohtuhsizuhm) noun the defective pronunciation of r, excessive trilling, or some other pronunciational peculiarity. {New Latin rhōtacismus, from Greek rhōtakizein use rhō (sound or letter) to excess} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • pronunciation — [prə nun΄sē ā′shən, prōnun΄sē ā′shən] n. [ME pronunciacion < MFr pronunciation < L pronuntiatio] 1. the act or manner of pronouncing syllables, words, and phrases with regard to the production of sounds and the placing of stress, intonation …   English World dictionary

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