Translation of unaccented in Spanish:

unaccented

sin tilde, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈækˌsɛn(t)əd//ʌnˈaksəntɪd//ʌnəkˈsɛntɪd/

adjective

  • 1

    (letter) sin tilde
    (letter) sin acento
    • Again, the preference is at least in part metrical: personal pronouns are normally unaccented, so that the uninverted pattern has an alternating accent pattern on its constituents.
    • ‘Don't worry,’ he said to her in unaccented Japanese, ‘Jack Scott is very good, you'll be safe.’
    • For the participants who attended to intensity, the positively correlated and the unaccented baseline comparisons yielded higher sensitivity than did the other types of comparisons.
    • As I walked down the corridor on the way to the elevator, the examiner called out to me, this time in perfect unaccented English: ‘Oh, Dr Clarfield.’
    • Ali is a good man, called by Ruddock a Pakistani from Quetta though he, his wife and his children speak unaccented Farsi like other Afghan Hazaras and neither Urdu nor Pashtu, the languages of Quetta.
    • The process was simple: composers strictly followed the metre of the verse, setting long, accented syllables as minims, and short, unaccented ones as crotchets.
    • This was most commonly spelled ‘Estharlyng’ at the time, and if as is probable this indicated a short, unaccented initial vowel, the aural consonance of bird's name and place name would have been closet than it is now.
    • One of the two practice sessions consisted of 72 trials with unaccented sequences, and the other consisted of 72 trials with accented sequences.
    • The mezzo-soprano also proved that she is still the only Bulgarian singer to have mastered unaccented pronunciation of German and a clear diction, so essential to the art of singing.
    • Mr. Chidress told us about meeting you in the wild last night,’ He said in perfectly unaccented English.
    • The first, second and sixth lines clearly begin with a trochaic foot, while the third, fourth, fifth and seventh lines contain an extra unaccented syllable.
    • Specialists tend to just assume that this is because word-final unaccented vowels tend to fall away.
    • In addition, accented and unaccented versions of all four types were created: Either all tones in a sequence had equal intensity, or some of the tones had higher intensity.
    • To execute any passage with grace, it becomes necessary to make a distinction between accented and unaccented notes.
    • Then he grinned, and said in unaccented English, ‘Forever.’
    • There is some documentary evidence for xenalalia having taken place; in the Mukti Revival for instance, the report of non-English speaking Indian people suddenly breaking out into clear, unaccented English.
    • Hawkins also said the intruder had an ‘African’ accent, while Walker's diction is crisp and unaccented.
    • The only characters that mattered were good old unaccented English letters, and we had a code for them called ASCII which was able to represent every character using a number between 32 and 127.
    • His voice was unaccented, yet contained a deep, exotic tenor that rang with a sophisticated firmness.
    • His reply was in clear, unaccented Corinthian.
  • 2

    (note) no acentuado
    (syllable) átono
    (syllable) inacentuado
  • 3

    (speech/voice) sin acento regional