Translation of pronunciation in Spanish:

pronunciation

pronunciación, n.

Pronunciation: /prəˌnənsiˈeɪʃ(ə)n//prəˌnʌnsɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    pronunciación feminine
    • Like any other comparable dictionary worth its name, it does contain words, pronunciations, parts of speech, meanings and examples, which form the core of the volume.
    • This, of course, further enhanced the divisions in speech and pronunciation between the north and south of England.
    • She heard it again, as she winced at the awful pronunciation of her last name.
    • Correct pronunciation and proper use of words will enhance language skills.
    • Her voice was a quiet growl, her pronunciation of each word a blunt edge ripping into him.
    • I noticed the slightly different pronunciation, and spotted it as sounding French.
    • The pronunciation of Chinese surnames can induce mild identity crisis.
    • This girl is so concerned with pronunciation, you almost can't get by the words to hear the music in the song.
    • When she told Joseph, he nodded, and corrected her pronunciation.
    • A key point is that the primary coding scheme is based on pronunciation rather than on spelling.
    • After reading, judges check on their pronunciation, accent, posture and eye contact.
    • An acronym, after all, is a word whose full meaning is concealed by its pronunciation.
    • Read to children and have them read to you - they will benefit from word recognition and pronunciation.
    • Surely you are not going to allow the French to determine the pronunciation of English words!
    • Babies are also subjected to exaggerated pronunciation of vowels.
    • A dictionary is also a good resource for the proper pronunciation of words.
    • After his pronunciation, they heard the front door open and voices echo down the hall.
    • Expecting Frenchmen to alter their pronunciation of a French name would be ludicrous.
    • You should speak it well, complete with the right pronunciation and intonation.
    • It was an accent or a hiccup in her pronunciation that made all the difference.