[ UK /fənˈɛtɪkli/ ]
[ US /fəˈnɛtɪkɫi/ ]
  1. by phonetics
    phonetically realized
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How To Use phonetically In A Sentence

  • Yet since the type-I genitive case (prototypically -as) is almost identical phonetically to this other case (prototypically -is), I find it odd that they didn't just merge considering that they would then also have almost identical semantics too! Ipa ama hen
  • It's wonderful to watch her now going through things phonetically learning how to spell things.
  • I put the blame squarely on dysfunctional English orthographic traditions recognizing, as Tom/汤姆/tāngmǔ says, that there are even less phonetically-helpful orthographies in the world. Radovan Karadžić | Linguism
  • English was first written down phonetically and therefore this little slip of the tongue which is called degemination, technically was written this way to reflect the sound. I am a cat. I can not use this. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Speech can be transcribed phonetically at different levels of detail and accuracy.
  • Instead, the list of names with front vowels surely differed from the list of names with back vowels in many other ways, phonetically and otherwise.
  • For example, when a person says his or her name, listen carefully to the pronunciation and write down the name phonetically to help you recall the name later. ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS
  • These thugs ran a violent insurgent operation back home under the the acronym of FRAPH — ostensibly standing for The Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti but ironically translating phonetically into the French word for “hit” or “to whip”. Like Hell Needs A Heat Wave...
  • The/l / at the end of bell is still phonetically a lateral consonant for me, pronounced with the blade of my tongue in contact with the roof of my mouth.
  • I pushed down my assumptions about what was being thought of me in La Bague de Kenza and ordered a savory crepe, trying to pronounce the name in Kabyle, m'hajjeb, which is written phonetically on a plastic tag in front of the display. Five Stops on Line 2, Ch 1: Qalb elouz
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