There are 2 main translations of allophone in Spanish

: allophone1allophone2

allophone1

alófono, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæləˌfoʊn//ˈaləfəʊn/

noun

Linguistics

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    alófono masculine
    • A phone is a realization in sound of a phoneme, and an allophone is one such realization among others: for example, English /n/ is normally alveolar, but is dental before the dental fricative in ‘tenth’.
    • The allophone occurs in onset position of stressed syllables whereas the unaspirated allophone [p] occurs after syllable-initial [s].

There are 2 main translations of allophone in Spanish

: allophone1allophone2

allophone2

Pronunciation /ˈæləˌfoʊn//ˈaləfəʊn/

noun

Canadian

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    (speaker)
    • Now that the Canadian and Quebec governments are trying to pick immigrants who already speak French or English, it will make it harder for allophones to do well here.
    • Anglophone, francophone and allophone, we are Canadians, first of all.
    • In Quebec, the linguistic majority abuses the groups they call anglophones and allophones.
    • In a worried report, a Université de Montréal demographer suggests that so many francophones are moving there that by 2021 allophones and anglophones will combine to form the majority of Montreal's population.

    persona cuya lengua materna no es el francés ni el inglés