aspirates

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plural of aspirate
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To produce an audible puff of breath. especially following a consonant

There is no doubt that the uncertainty about the letter H, which much defaces English in some classes of the community, is due entirely to Norman influence, for Frenchmen could not aspirate. Three words—hour, honor, heir, with compounds of them such as hourly, honourable, heirship, and the like, are quite enough to puzzle people who find H sometimes sounded, sometimes not.

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aspirated
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To inhale so as to draw something other than air into one's lungs
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To remove a liquid or gas by means of suction

Scrape cells using a cell scraper and aspirate the resulting slurry into a 2.0-mL Eppendorf tube.

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{n} a letter or mark of an emission of breath in pronunciation
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{v} to pronounce with a full emission of breath
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The puff of air accompanying the release of a plosive consonant
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To suck or draw into the respiratory tract
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To remove gas by means of suction
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To pronounce with a breathing, an aspirate, or an h sound; as, we aspirate the words horse and house; to aspirate a vowel or a liquid consonant
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To follow a consonant with an audible puff of breath
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pronounce with aspiration; of stop sounds
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Process of withdrawing fluids and gases from the abdominal cavity
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to make the sound of an 'H' when speaking, or to blow out air when pronouncing some consonants. the sound of the letter 'H', or the letter itself
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To inhale; to draw into ones lungs
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To suck something into the airways or lungs Also used in medicine to mean removed by suction
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{i} speech sound or pronunciation of the letter "h" at the beginning of a word (Phonetics)
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a consonant pronounced with aspiration suck in air pronounce with aspiration; of stop sounds remove as if by suction; "draw in air
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To remove material from a body cavity by suction through a needle Also refers to material that is removed this way
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{s} (of speech sound) pronounced with aspiration, pronounced with the "h" sound by breathing out
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A sound produced by such a puff of air
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Pronounced with the h sound or with audible breath
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A mark of aspiration (&asper;) used in Greek; the asper, or rough breathing
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{f} pronounce with aspiration (Phonetics); pronounce the "h" sound by breathing out (Phonetics); remove air or fluid from a body cavity (Medicine); remove by suction
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Refers to accidentally inhaling a substance other than air, such as sucking food, mucous or blood into the airway
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a consonant pronounced with aspiration
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remove as if by suction; "draw in air"
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suck in air
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An elementary sound produced by the breath alone; a surd, or nonvocal consonant; as, f, th in thin, etc
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Breathy The sound of unvocalized breath passing over the vocal folds
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Remove substances
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A sound consisting of, or characterized by, a breath like the sound of h; the breathing h or a character representing such a sound; an aspirated sound
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