phonetics definition

  • noun:
    • The part of linguistics that addresses the noises of speech and their manufacturing, combination, description, and representation by penned signs.
    • the machine of sounds of a specific language.
    • the analysis associated with the actual noises of peoples address, concerned with the real properties of speech noises (mobile phones), while the procedures of these physiological manufacturing, auditory reception, and neurophysiological perception, and their representation by written symbols.
    • The doctrine or science of sounds; particularly those associated with the human vocals; phonology.
    • The art of representing vocal sounds by indications and written figures.
    • Phonetic science; that unit of language-study which relates to articulate sounds and whatever problems them: phonology.
    • the branch of acoustics worried about message procedures including its production and perception and acoustic analysis

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