plosive


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plo·sive

(plō'siv),
Speech sound made by impounding the air stream for a moment and then suddenly releasing it.

plo·sive

(plō'siv)
Speech sound made by impounding the air stream for a moment and then suddenly releasing it.
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Another study analyzed the values of VOT measurements in non-voiced plosive sounds [p, t, k] of BP and English in five bilingual children from 8 to 9 years old.
Voiceless postalveolar affricate /t[integrale]/ is changed to voiceless velar plosive /k/
It must also be noted that position made by a word-initial plosive and liquid is exceedingly common in the works of some Christian authors, most prominently Venantius Fortunatus and Bede's immediate forerunner Aldhelm.
The data below shows the existence of the consonant sounds and Table 6 illustrates the comparison of the sonant plosive consonants between the MP and the ISP.
A correlation between personality scores and purely unfamiliar L2 category decision (Hindi plosives, will be discussed below) was done to seek confirmation whether personality has interaction with category formation ability in human perception.
His insistent repetition of words, sounds, syllables, and stresses, his hyperbolic formulations, and his tone of dejected exhaustion all work to emphasize the Constab's initial sense of having been beaten down by "terrible strife"; and the alliteration of plosive t's and fricative s's sonically punctuates and proclaims his sense of entrapment and pessimism.
There is for instance no evidence for the occurrence of an aspirated counterpart of the dental affricate /ts/, and the contrast between aspirated and unaspirated retroflex sounds, whether plosive /t/ or affricate /ts/, is doubtful (and most likely allophonic), whereas the phonological contrast between the palatal affricate /tc/ and its aspirated counterpart /tch/ seems to be fully utilized: /tce:/ 'tea' vs.
The numbers of short/single plosive tokens studied were as follows: Estonian Finnish Word-initial 648 430 (only /t/ and /k/) Word-medial 232 241 (/p/, /t/, /k/)
B, on the other hand, needs you to close your lips and use a vocalized sound to differentiate it from P, which starts with bursting out a soft sound (plosive) and ends with a louder sounds.
Manual and automatic segmentation showed same tendencies for the best segmentation cases also: algorithm and experts were performed well with phoneme transitions: voiceless plosive to nasal, voiceless plosive-vowel.