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pho·nate

 (fō′nāt′)
intr.v. pho·nat·ed, pho·nat·ing, pho·nates
To produce speech sounds; vocalize.

pho·na′tion n.

phonate

(fəʊˈneɪt)
vb
(Phonetics & Phonology) (intr) to articulate speech sounds, esp to cause the vocal cords to vibrate in the execution of a voiced speech sound
[C19: from Greek phōnē voice]
phoˈnation n
phonatory adj

pho•nate

(ˈfoʊ neɪt)

v.i. -nat•ed, -nat•ing.
to produce a sound, esp. a speech sound, by vibration of the vocal cords.
[1875–80; < Greek phōn(ḗ) voice (see phono-) + -ate1]
pho•na′tion, n.

phonate


Past participle: phonated
Gerund: phonating

Imperative
phonate
phonate
Present
I phonate
you phonate
he/she/it phonates
we phonate
you phonate
they phonate
Preterite
I phonated
you phonated
he/she/it phonated
we phonated
you phonated
they phonated
Present Continuous
I am phonating
you are phonating
he/she/it is phonating
we are phonating
you are phonating
they are phonating
Present Perfect
I have phonated
you have phonated
he/she/it has phonated
we have phonated
you have phonated
they have phonated
Past Continuous
I was phonating
you were phonating
he/she/it was phonating
we were phonating
you were phonating
they were phonating
Past Perfect
I had phonated
you had phonated
he/she/it had phonated
we had phonated
you had phonated
they had phonated
Future
I will phonate
you will phonate
he/she/it will phonate
we will phonate
you will phonate
they will phonate
Future Perfect
I will have phonated
you will have phonated
he/she/it will have phonated
we will have phonated
you will have phonated
they will have phonated
Future Continuous
I will be phonating
you will be phonating
he/she/it will be phonating
we will be phonating
you will be phonating
they will be phonating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been phonating
you have been phonating
he/she/it has been phonating
we have been phonating
you have been phonating
they have been phonating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been phonating
you will have been phonating
he/she/it will have been phonating
we will have been phonating
you will have been phonating
they will have been phonating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been phonating
you had been phonating
he/she/it had been phonating
we had been phonating
you had been phonating
they had been phonating
Conditional
I would phonate
you would phonate
he/she/it would phonate
we would phonate
you would phonate
they would phonate
Past Conditional
I would have phonated
you would have phonated
he/she/it would have phonated
we would have phonated
you would have phonated
they would have phonated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.phonate - utter speech soundsphonate - utter speech sounds      
mouth, speak, talk, verbalise, verbalize, utter - express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
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We report this case to accent the importance of keeping thymic cyst as a differential while evaluating a child with cystic lateral neck mass, also what makes our case interesting is its unusual presentation of increasing swelling while phonating. In conclusion, though an ectopic thymic cyst in the neck is a benign condition but careful evaluation is mandatory to make the decision between surgical excision and conservative "wait and watch" approach.
Common voice complaints reported by professional and semiprofessional singers include vocal fatigue, loss of range, and difficulty phonating softly [37, 38].
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