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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык

Ünsüzlerin çoğu İngilizcedekiler gibi telaffuz edilir. - Most of the consonants are pronounced like those in English.

En sevdiğin ünsüz harf nedir? - What is your favorite consonant?

{i} sessiz harf
ünsüz harf

En sevdiğin ünsüz harf nedir? - What is your favorite consonant?

{i} ünsüz, sessiz, konson, konsonant
{s} to/with -e uygun, ile uyumlu
to veya with ile uygun
aynı seslere sahip olan
ses uyumu olan
consonant mutation
(Dilbilim) ünsüz değişimi
consonant to
consonant with
consonant with
ile uyumlu
consonant harmony
ünsüz uyumu
consonant with
consonant of
ve ünsüz
consonant with
ile uygun, ... ile hemfikir
consonant cluster
(Dilbilim) ünsüz kümesi
consonant deletion
(Dilbilim) ünsüz silimi
consonant doubling
(Dilbilim) ünsüz ikilemesi
consonant intensity
(Dilbilim) ünsüz yeğinliği
consonant length
(Dilbilim) ünsüz uzunluğu
consonant loss
(Dilbilim) ünsüz silimi
consonant shift
(Dilbilim) ünsüz kayması
consonant to
dental consonant
dişçiliğe uygun
double consonant
çift ünsüz
labial consonant
dudak ünsüzü
voiceless consonant
sessiz harf
dental consonant
disçilige uygun
soft consonant
yumuşak ünsüz ses
strong consonant
sert sessiz, sert ünsüz
voiced consonant
(Dilbilim) Sert sessiz harf
closing consonant
(Dilbilim) kapatıcı ünsüz
kinetic consonant
(Dilbilim) uzatmasız ünsüz
semi consonant
(Dilbilim) yarı ünsüz
semi consonant
(Dilbilim) yarı-ünsüz
whistling consonant
(Dilbilim) ıslıklı ünsüz
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A sound that results from the passage of air through restrictions of the oral cavity; any sound that is not the dominant sound of a syllable, the dominant sound generally being a vowel
A letter representing the sound of a consonant
Characterized by harmony or agreement
being in agreement or harmony with
{i} letter (in the alphabet) that is not a vowel
{n} a letter not sounded by itself only
adj In agreement or accord
Of or pertaining to consonants; made up of, or containing many, consonants
a speech sound made by stopping all or some of the air going out of your mouth
speech sound marked by constriction or closure in the breath channel 2 letter other than a, e, i, o and u
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
Having like sounds
An interval, chord, or melody that is traditionally considered to have a pleasant or complete sound
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"
a speech sound that is not a vowel
harmonizing together; accordant; as, consonant tones, consonant chords
Pleasing, sweet, harmonious Search Google com for Consonant
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
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
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)
involving or characterized by harmony
Having agreement; congruous; consistent; according; usually followed by with or to
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
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
a speech sound that is not a vowel a letter of the alphabet standing for a spoken consonant involving or characterized by harmony
in keeping; "salaries agreeable with current trends"; "plans conformable with your wishes"; "expressed views concordant with his background"
describes an interval or chord which, from the point of view of harmony, sounds satisfactory in itself A consonant chord contains only consonant intervals
a letter of the alphabet standing for a spoken consonant
an alphabetic element other than a vowel
consonant stem
a stem ending in a consonant
consonant system
the system of consonants used in a particular language
consonant with
{s} in agreement with
continuant consonant
consonant articulated by constricting (but not closing) the vocal tract
{a} agreably, consistently, fitly
voiced consonant
(Dilbilim) Consonants that use the voice
voiceless consonant
(Dilbilim) Consonants that don't use the voice
a consonant
alveolar consonant
a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge
In a consonant or consistent manner
In a consonant, consistent, or congruous manner; agreeably
(Phonetics) as a consonant, in the manner of a consonant (type of sound characterized by closure in the breath channel)
plural of consonant
a phoneme is a consonant sound if, before words beginning with it, the indefinite article takes the form 'a' rather than 'an' Most phonemes are consonants
Sounds produced when there is maximum interference of air in the vocal tract; represented by letters other than a, C, i o, and u
the remaining letters of the alphabet and usually include y and w; single sound made by a parted or complete obstruction of air
fricative consonant
a continuant consonant produced by breath moving against a narrowing of the vocal tract
labial consonant
a consonant whose articulation involves movement of the lips
nasal consonant
a continuant consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed
stop consonant
a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it; "his stop consonants are too aspirated
voiceless consonant
a consonant produced without sound from the vocal cords