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A character or symbol, as in a phonetic alphabet, representing a word or phoneme in speech.
pho′no·gram′ic, pho′no·gram′mic adj.
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1. (Linguistics) any written symbol standing for a sound, syllable, morpheme, or word
2. (Linguistics) a sequence of written symbols having the same sound in a variety of different words, for example, ough in bought, ought, and brought
ˌphonoˈgramic, ˌphonoˈgrammic adj
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a written symbol standing for a speech sound, syllable, or other sequence of speech sounds without reference to meaning.
pho`no•gram′ic, pho`no•gram′mic, adj.
pho`no•gram′i•cal•ly, pho`no•gram′mi•cal•ly, adv.
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a symbol or character, as in shorthand, that represents a word, syllable, or sound.See also: Writing
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n. fonograma, representación gráfica de la intensidad de un sonido.
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