Italian - Turkish

  1. uyuşan
  2. ünsüz harf
  3. ünsüz
  4. sessiz harf

Italian - English

  1. consonant
  2. consonant, letter (in the alphabet)

English - English

  1. letter (in the alphabet) that is not a vowel isim (consonant)
  2. describes an interval or chord which, from the point of view of harmony, sounds satisfactory in itself A consonant chord contains only consonant intervals (consonant)
  3. A brief portion of an utterance in which obstruction of to the air stream is created in the vocal tract A character designating such a sound (consonant)
  4. adj In agreement or accord (consonant)
  5. A letter representing a speech sound in which the breath is at least partly obstructed, and which has to be combined with a vowel to form a syllable (consonant)
  6. Pleasing, sweet, harmonious Search Google com for Consonant (consonant)
  7. An articulate sound which in utterance is usually combined and sounded with an open sound called a vowel; a member of the spoken alphabet other than a vowel; also, a letter or character representing such a sound (consonant)
  8. a speech sound that is not a vowel a letter of the alphabet standing for a spoken consonant involving or characterized by harmony (consonant)
  9. An interval, chord, or melody that is traditionally considered to have a pleasant or complete sound (consonant)
  10. A conventional speech sound produced, with or without laryngeal vibration, by certain successive contractions of the articulatory muscles which modify, interrupt, or obstruct the expired air stream to the extent that its pressure is raised (consonant)
  11. Any segment produced by stopping and releasing the air stream (stops), or stopping it at one point while it escapes at another (liquids), or a very narrow passage causing friction (fricatives) (consonant)
  12. a letter of the alphabet standing for a spoken consonant (consonant)
  13. a speech sound that is not a vowel (consonant)
  14. A consonant is a sound such as `p', `f', `n', or `t' which you pronounce by stopping the air flowing freely through your mouth. Compare vowel. Any speech sound characterized by an articulation in which a closure or narrowing of the vocal tract completely or partially blocks the flow of air; also, any letter or symbol representing such a sound. Consonants are usually classified according to the place of articulation (e.g., palate, teeth, lips); the manner of articulation, as in stops (complete closure of the oral passage, released with a burst of air), fricatives (forcing of breath through a constricted passage), and trills (vibration of the tip of the tongue or the uvula); and the presence or absence of voicing, nasalization, aspiration, and other features (consonant)
  15. involving or characterized by harmony (consonant)
  16. in keeping; "salaries agreeable with current trends"; "plans conformable with your wishes"; "expressed views concordant with his background" (consonant)
  17. speech sound marked by constriction or closure in the breath channel 2 letter other than a, e, i, o and u (consonant)
  18. one of a class of speech sounds characterized by constriction or closure at one or more points in the breath channel It contrasts with a vowel Welsh has a couple of consonants that are not consonant with English, such as "ch", "rh" and "ll" (consonant)
  19. an alphabetic element other than a vowel (consonant)
  20. a speech sound made by stopping all or some of the air going out of your mouth (consonant)


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