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la·bi·o·den·tal

(lā'bē-ō-den'tăl),
Relating to the lips and the teeth; denoting certain letters the sound of which is formed by both lips and teeth.
[labio- + L. dens, tooth]
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la·bi·o·den·tal

(lā'bē-ō-den'tăl)
Relating to the lips and the teeth; denoting certain letters the sound of which is formed by both lips and teeth.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

labiodental

Adj. a sound articulated by contact between with the lip and teeth, as in the sound ‘f’.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

la·bi·o·den·tal

(lā'bē-ō-den'tăl)
1. Relating to lips and teeth.
2. Letters the sound of which is formed by both lips and teeth.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The speech pattern, called a labiodental approximant, can be corrected through coaching.
(v) Labiodental, fricativa (como en ingles o frances) o aproximante (es decir, mucho mas suave que una fricativa, acercandose a una pronunciacion vocalica); se presenta en koreguaje y cofan
9); es decir, recomienda la diferenciacion entre el sonido oclusivo bilabial y el fricativo labiodental, supuestamente representados por las letras b y v, respectivamente, distincion desaparecida del espanol ya desde el siglo XVI (2).
"the voicing of the labiodental spirant between voiced sounds".
--(R): The use of labiodental [u] variants of /r/ in prevocalic position: 'red' [ued], 'brown' [buaun].
Liquid "l," alveolar sonorant, flowing into bilabial voiced stop "b," and forming eventually into labiodental voiceless spirant "f," the word sounds the rhythm by which the world ceaselessly hums.