velarize

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ve·lar·ize

 (vē′lə-rīz′)
tr.v. ve·lar·ized, ve·lar·iz·ing, ve·lar·iz·es
To articulate (a sound) by retracting the back of the tongue toward the soft palate.

ve′lar·i·za′tion (-lər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.

velarize

(ˈviːləˌraɪz) or

velarise

vb
(Phonetics & Phonology) (tr) phonetics to pronounce or supplement the pronunciation of (a speech sound) with articulation at the soft palate, as in dark (l) in English tall
ˌvelariˈzation, ˌvelariˈsation n

ve•lar•ize

(ˈvi ləˌraɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to articulate (a sound) with the back of the tongue raised toward the soft palate, as in the dark l-sound of full.
[1930–35]
ve`lar•i•za′tion, n.

velarize


Past participle: velarized
Gerund: velarizing

Imperative
velarize
velarize
Present
I velarize
you velarize
he/she/it velarizes
we velarize
you velarize
they velarize
Preterite
I velarized
you velarized
he/she/it velarized
we velarized
you velarized
they velarized
Present Continuous
I am velarizing
you are velarizing
he/she/it is velarizing
we are velarizing
you are velarizing
they are velarizing
Present Perfect
I have velarized
you have velarized
he/she/it has velarized
we have velarized
you have velarized
they have velarized
Past Continuous
I was velarizing
you were velarizing
he/she/it was velarizing
we were velarizing
you were velarizing
they were velarizing
Past Perfect
I had velarized
you had velarized
he/she/it had velarized
we had velarized
you had velarized
they had velarized
Future
I will velarize
you will velarize
he/she/it will velarize
we will velarize
you will velarize
they will velarize
Future Perfect
I will have velarized
you will have velarized
he/she/it will have velarized
we will have velarized
you will have velarized
they will have velarized
Future Continuous
I will be velarizing
you will be velarizing
he/she/it will be velarizing
we will be velarizing
you will be velarizing
they will be velarizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been velarizing
you have been velarizing
he/she/it has been velarizing
we have been velarizing
you have been velarizing
they have been velarizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been velarizing
you will have been velarizing
he/she/it will have been velarizing
we will have been velarizing
you will have been velarizing
they will have been velarizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been velarizing
you had been velarizing
he/she/it had been velarizing
we had been velarizing
you had been velarizing
they had been velarizing
Conditional
I would velarize
you would velarize
he/she/it would velarize
we would velarize
you would velarize
they would velarize
Past Conditional
I would have velarized
you would have velarized
he/she/it would have velarized
we would have velarized
you would have velarized
they would have velarized
Translations
velarisieren
vélariser
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