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IPA

abbr.
1. independent practice association
2. India pale ale
3. International Phonetic Alphabet
4. International Phonetic Association
5. isopropyl alcohol

IPA

abbreviation for
(Phonetics & Phonology) International Phonetic Alphabet

IPA

1. International Phonetic Alphabet.
2. International Phonetic Association.
Translations
AFI
AphI/IPANemzetközi Fonetikai Társaság
AFIIPA
AFI

IPA

[ˌaɪpiːˈeɪ] n abbr (=International Phonetic Alphabet) → API mIP address [ˌaɪˈpiːədrɛs] nadresse f IP

IPA

[ˌaɪpiːˈeɪ] n abbr =International Phonetic AlphabetA.F.I. m =Alfabeto Fonetico Internazionale
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