phonetic

listen to the pronunciation of phonetic
İngilizce - Türkçe
fonetik

Tom Uluslararası Fonetik Alfabeyi okuyabilir. - Tom can read the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Esperanto, 28 harfli alfabe ile fonetik olarak yazılır. - Esperanto is written phonetically with an alphabet of 28 letters.

(Dilbilim) sesbilgisel
sesçil

İngilizce sesçil bir dil değil. - English is not a phonetic language.

Fonetik, ses veya seslerle ilgili, ses tellerinin titreşimi sonucu oluşan seslere ait
phonetic alphabet fonetik alfabe
(Tıp) Ses veya seslerle ilgili ses tellerinin titreşimi sonucu oluşan seslere ait
{s} sesleri gösteren
phonetic spelling fonetik imlâ
phonetically fonetik olarak
sesçik
ses
phonetics
{i} fonetik

En eski düşüncelerim fonetik hakkındaydı. - My earliest thoughts were about phonetics.

phonetic alphabet
sesçil abece
phonetic alphabet
fonetik alfabe
phonetic script
sesçil yazı
phonetic script
fonetik yazı
phonetic spelling
fonetik imla
phonetic symbol
fonetik sembol
phonetic transcription
fonetik kopya
phonetic transcription
sesçil çevriyazı
phonetic transcription
fonetik transkripsiyon
phonetic change
fonetik değişim, ses değişimi
phonetic code
fonetik kod, kısaltılmış kod
phonetic spelling
fonetik imlâ
phonetic accel
(Bilgisayar) sesli ivmelendirme
phonetic accel
(Bilgisayar) fonetik hızlandırıcı
phonetic alphabet
(Askeri) HECELEME ALFABESİ: Telsiz ve telefonla verilen haberler de harflerin anlaşılması için kullanılan standart kelimeler. Aşağıdaki kelimeler alfabedeki her harfi belirtmek için NATO'ca kabul edilmiş kelimelerdir: Alfa, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo, Foxtrot, Golf, Hotel, İndia, Juliet, Kilo, Lima, Mike, November, Oscar, Papa, Quebec, Romeo, Sierra, Tango, Uniform, Victor, Whiskey, X-Ray, Yankee, Zulu. (Milli maksatlar içinde heceleme tablosu veya kelimeleri de mevcuttur. )
phonetic change
(Dilbilim) sesel değişim
phonetic code
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kısaltılmış kod
phonetic code
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) fonetik kod
phonetic guide
(Bilgisayar) ses düzeni kılavuzu
phonetic guide
(Bilgisayar) fonetik kılavuzu
phonetic guide
(Bilgisayar) fonetik rehberi
phonetic guide
(Bilgisayar) ses bilgisi
phonetic loop
(Fizik) seslendirme döngüsü
phonetic mapping
(Tıp) fonetik planlama
phonetic notation
(Dilbilim) sesçil yazım
phonetic script
fonetik alfabe
phonetic spelling
fonetik yazım
phonetic symbols
(Dilbilim) sesçil simge
phonetic transcription
fonetik yazım
phonetic transcriptions
fonetik transkripsiyon
phonetically
fonetik olarak
phonetics
sesbilgisi
phonetics
sesbilim
International Phonetic Association
Uluslararası Sesbilgisi Derneği
phonetically
fonetik yönden
phonetically
z. fonetik olarak
phonetically
ses açısından
phonetically
sesler bakımından
phonetics
sesbilgi
phonetics
(Tıp) Sesler ilmi, sesbilim, fonetik
İngilizce - İngilizce
In such logographic writing systems as the Chinese writing system, the portion of a character (if any) that provides an indication of its pronunciation; contrasted with radical
Relating to phones (as opposed to phonemes)
Relating to the sounds of spoken language
representing articulate sounds or speech
Written representation of spoken language (cf transliterated)
The actual sound that the phoneme makes when spoken eg , /ph/ phonetically is /f/
of or relating to speech sounds; "phonetic transcription"
of or relating to the scientific study of speech sounds; "phonetic analysis"
of or relating to the scientific study of speech sounds; "phonetic analysis" of or relating to speech sounds; "phonetic transcription
of or relating to speech sounds; "phonetic transcription
Representing sounds; as, phonetic characters; opposed to ideographic; as, a phonetic notation
Representing vocal sounds
{s} pertaining to the phonetic system of a particular language; of phonetics, of the study of speech sounds (Linguistics)
Of or pertaining to the voice, or its use
The phonetic form of the word
phonetic alphabet
A writing system used for transcribing the sounds of human speech into writing
phonetic alphabet
A list of standard words used to identify letters
phonetic symbol
A written symbol used systematically for denoting a phoneme or any other phonetic quality in utterance
phonetic symbolism
The branch of linguistics that holds that sounds themselves have meaning
phonetic alphabet
series of words that represent the letters of the alphabet and are used in order to prevent spelling errors (A = Apple, B = Book, etc.)
phonetic alphabet
an alphabet of characters intended to represent specific sounds of speech
phonetic spelling
spelling words phonetically, writing words the way they sound rather than the way they are conventionally spelled (e.g. fon=phone, luv=love, uv=of, etc.)
phonetic symbol
a written character used in phonetic transcription of represent a particular speech sound
phonetic symbol
{i} written character used in phonetic transcription representing a specific sound of speech
phonetic transcription
transcription that represents each separate individual speech sound with a different visual symbol
phonetic transcription
a transcription intended to represent each distinct speech sound with a separate symbol
phonetic writing
method of writing in which each spoken sound is represented by a letter
International Phonetic Alphabet
A standardized set of symbols for representing the sounds of human speech
NATO phonetic alphabet
Informal name for a spelling alphabet officially known as the ICAO radiotelephony spelling alphabet
phonetically
In the way it sounds, particularly: written to describe the sound rather than the dictionary spelling

All the hard words in this sentence have been spelled fon-et-ik-al-lee (phonetically).

phonetics
The study of the physical sounds of human speech, concerned with the physical properties of speech sounds (phones), and the processes of their physiological production, auditory reception, and neurophysiological perception, and their representation by written symbols
International Phonetic Alphabet
A phonetic alphabet and diacritic modifiers sponsored by the International Phonetic Association to provide a uniform and universally understood system for transcribing the speech sounds of all languages. Set of symbols intended as a universal system for transcribing speech sounds. The promulgation and updating of the IPA has been a principal aim of the International Phonetic Association (Association Phonétique Internationale), founded in Paris in 1886. The first IPA chart was published in 1888. IPA symbols are based on an extended version of the Latin alphabet, with modifications of some letters and the use of additional symbols, some of which had been used in earlier phonetic alphabets. Diacritics are used primarily to show various kinds of secondary articulation
International Phonetic Alphabet
universally accepted way of transliterating words
Phonetics
phonics
phonetically
by phonetics; "phonetically realized
phonetically
In a phonetic manner
phonetically
by phonetics; "phonetically realized"
phonetically
according to rules of phonetics, according to a phonetic system (Linguistics)
phonetics
is the study of the different speech sounds that can create speech and the way these are created by the various 'organs of speech' in the body including the tongue, palate, lips, pharynx, etc
phonetics
The form phonetic is used as a modifier
phonetics
The study of speech sounds in general; what people actually say in various languages
phonetics
study of the production, transmission, and reception of sounds in speech
phonetics
A branch of linguistics dealing with the analysis, description, and classification of speech sounds, or segments
phonetics
{i} study of the representation and production of speech sounds, study of phonetic systems (Linguistics)
phonetics
In linguistics, phonetics is the study of speech sounds
phonetics
The art of representing vocal sounds by signs and written characters
phonetics
Phonetics is the study of the sounds used in speech These are called speech sounds
phonetics
the study of the production, transmission, and reception of speech sounds
phonetics
Disciplines of Study [DoS]
phonetics
the branch of acoustics concerned with speech processes including its production and perception and acoustic analysis
phonetics
The study of a language's sound system including sound-letter correspondence, intonation, stress, and rhythm
phonetics
pronunciation system
phonetics
the study of speech sounds and their representation by written symbols
phonetics
Phonetic means relating to the sound of a word or to the sounds that are used in languages. the Japanese phonetic system, with its relatively few, simple sounds + phonetically pho·neti·cal·ly It's wonderful to watch her now going through things phonetically learning how to spell things. the science and study of speech sounds. Study of speech sounds. It deals with their articulation (articulatory phonetics), their acoustic properties (acoustic phonetics), and how they combine to make syllables, words, and sentences (linguistic phonetics). The first phoneticians were Indian scholars ( 300 BC) who tried to preserve the pronunciation of Sanskrit holy texts. The Classical Greeks are credited as the first to base a writing system on a phonetic alphabet. Modern phonetics began with Alexander Melville Bell (1819-1905), whose Visible Speech (1867) introduced a system of precise notation for writing down speech sounds. In the 20th century linguists focused on developing a classification system that can permit comparison of all human speech sounds. Another concern of modern phonetics is the mental processes of speech perception
phonetics
The doctrine or science of sounds; especially those of the human voice; phonology
phonetic

    Heceleme

    pho·net·ic

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    fınetîk

    Telaffuz

    /fəˈnetək/ /fəˈnɛtɪk/

    Etimoloji

    [ f&-'ne-tik ] (adjective.) 1819. New Latin phoneticus, from Greek phOnEtikos, from phOnein to sound with the voice, from phOnE voice.

    Videolar

    ... Esther Abeyja [phonetic]: Good morning, Mr. President. ...
    ... Esther Abeyja [phonetic]: Thank you. ...

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