mispronunciation


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mis·pro·nounce

 (mĭs′prə-nouns′)
v. mis·pro·nounced, mis·pro·nounc·ing, mis·pro·nounc·es
v.tr.
To pronounce badly or incorrectly.
v.intr.
To make a poor pronunciation.

mis′pro·nun′ci·a′tion (-nŭn′sē-ā′shən) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mispronunciation - incorrect pronunciationmispronunciation - incorrect pronunciation    
pronunciation - the manner in which someone utters a word; "they are always correcting my pronunciation"
Translations
خَطَأ في اللفْظ
špatná výslovnost
forkert udtale
helytelen kiejtés
rangur framburîur
zlá výslovnosť
yanlış telâffuz

mispronunciation

[ˌmɪsprənʌnsɪˈeɪʃən] Nmala pronunciación f

mispronunciation

mispronunciation

[ˈmɪsprəˌnʌnsɪˈeɪʃn] npronuncia errata
a mispronounciation → un errore di pronuncia

mispronounce

(misprəˈnauns) verb
to pronounce (words etc) wrongly.
ˈmisproˌnunciˈation (-nansi-) noun
References in classic literature ?
Swineburne," he repeated, with the same mispronunciation.
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Most attempts at humour fall flat, particularly the tiresome mispronunciation of Paul and Audrey's surname and Hong Chau's Vietnamese political activist Ngoc Lan Tran's casual use of the words "death" and "dead".
amp;nbsp;After a student corrected Patterson on the mispronunciation of her name, he said the racist remark in response.
Malacanang on Thursday shrugged off the mispronunciation of United States President Donald Trump of President Rodrigo Duterte's name during a White House press briefing.
Fun fact, via the delightful As If: The Oral History of Clueless, by Jen Chaney: The mispronunciation of "Haitians" was not in the script; Alicia Silverstone really thought that was how the word was pronounced.
Its title comes from British soldiers' mispronunciation of Ypres, the Belgian town which here provides the bombed-out building setting for the First World War tale of two officers discovering a printing press and creating a newspaper for the troops.
Much was made of Trump's embarrassing mispronunciation of Namibia as "Nambia", prompting predictable mockery on social media.
One example was the mispronunciation of "I Pu Ssu Li Mo Pa Il," which incorrectly pronounced as "Pu I Ssu Li Mo Pa Il" (V Three Mobile).
And it's more that just being pedantic, says Doris in the book, feeling "that the long and notable history of this site is being demeaned by this mispronunciation.
Many acoustic-phonetic features including Mel-Frequency Cepstral Coefficient (MFCC), Energy, Pitch, Zero-crossing, spectrum were tested individually for Arabic mispronunciation detection using three classifiers; Random Forest, Bayesian classifier, and Bagged Support Vector Machine (SVM).