pronouncing


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pro·nounc·ing

 (prə-noun′sĭng)
adj.
Relating to, designed for, or showing pronunciation: a pronouncing dictionary.
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then demanded he of the assembly, with the majestic tone of Neptune pronouncing the Quos ego.
In pronouncing these words, the Prince, to judge of the effect they produced, surveyed with his eagle eye the three extremities of the triangle.
Roque said Trump and Duterte have both made mistakes in pronouncing names of people.
The principles that support RNs pronouncing death are:
VILLAGERS were in uproar after a character in London soap EastEnders made a real hash of pronouncing Slaithwaite.
In January, during Trump's  first press conference since the election, several viewers and social media users noted the then president-elect had a very interesting way of pronouncing "industry.
It is not a matter of being posh, or thinking you are posh, if you pronounce scone as in cone," says phonetics expert Professor Jane Setter of the University of Reading, co-editor of the English Pronouncing Dictionary.
But it seems as though most of us have been pronouncing his name wrongly all along.
I still catch myself pronouncing the city of Bodrum as "Bow-DRUM" instead of "BO-droom.
While pronouncing Shahzad guilty of assaulting police officers and obstructing them from doing their duty, Additional Sessions Judge Rajender Kumar Shastri had on July 25 fixed July 29 for pronouncing the quantum of the sentence.
This is a common principle in the English language, and knowledge of the pattern can aid us in pronouncing other words correctly, too.
Pronouncing involves loudly proclaiming assertions to attempt to convince others that we are competent.