phoneticization

phoneticization

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phoneticisation

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phonetization

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phonetisation

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1. (Phonetics & Phonology) the representation of speech in writing using a system in which individual symbols reflect speech sounds in a regular manner
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) the increase of representing written language using symbols or letters that reflect more directly or in a more regular manner the sounds of the spoken language
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Those songs with Gaelic texts have a quasi phoneticization on the line below the text line.
8) Na'vi is a phoneticization of the Hebrew word for "prophet.
The crucial point for Lacan is that writing emerges first as 'the isolation of the signifying trait' (unary trait) which then becomes--again, retroactively--the basic support for the phoneticization of language, i.