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Results for: accent Translations: 1 – 24 / 24 English English accent of Oxford English Oxford accent accent over letter, accent which is placed over vowels in some languages (looks like: ^ or ~ ), circumflex accent circumflex accent, accent in music, cause of strain, emphasis in poetry, emphasis on syllable, importance; accent, emphasis placed on a syllable of a word; strain, tension, pressure; condition caused by physical or emotional strain, emphasize something, force def... stress act of emphasizing the beats or accents that are usually not accented (Music); omission of a letter or sound from the middle of a word (Grammar); change of meter (Poetry), placing of accent on weak beat, syncope syncopation act of speech, enunciation, articulation, expression; manner of expression; accent, unique style of pronunciation belonging to an individual, making sounds of speech, transcription of sounds pronunciation acute, acute accent, grave, serious, severe; keen, sharp, sensitive; penetrating, shrewd; less than 90 degrees (Geometry); pointed, mark above letter, perceptive, severe and of short duration, very great or bad, with angles less than 90 degrees acute baritone, male singer; baritone, male singing voice (between tenor and bass); (Linguistics) word that has a heavy stress or relative highness or lowness of a sound accent on its second to last syllable barytone based on stress, of accent, see also:syllabic, stressed, emphasized; relating to or characterized by accent accentual beat, regular pulse or accent (in music, etc.); meter, recurrent beat in poetry or prose; cyclical pattern of events or elements, characteristic pattern, particular music pattern, particular poetry pattern, pattern from repeated elements, pattern in ar... rhythm burial place of dead body, circumflex, clean bottom of ship, death, end of something, engrave something, inscribe; carve; sculpt, fix something in mind, grave accent, having serious effect, last resting place, mark indicating pronunciation, place where... grave characterized by falling prices, characterized by regular inflectional endings, easily defeated, frail, feeble; faint; dilute, watery, having accent on normally unstressed syllable, lacking in contrast, lacking skills or abilities, lacking strength of ... weak contrasting detail, emphasize something, intonation, main emphasis, make prominent; stress; emphasize, manner of pronunciation, mark above letter, mark something with an accent, mathematical symbol, mode of pronunciation characteristic of a group of pe... accent decorated shoe; Irish accent in English, Irish or Scottish shoe, regional accent, see also: wing tip brogue depending on preceding word, having no independent accent (pertaining to a word), word which has no independent accent enclitic draw attention to something, stress something, emphasize, accent accentuate emphasize again, re-stress, accent again reemphasize extra spoken stress on important word, forcefulness of expression, importance, importance that is attached to something; accent or stress that is placed on a word or words emphasis mark written over a letter, the character ~, type of accent mark tilde musical accent produced by higher pitch, syllable stress created by higher pitch tonic accent primary accent primary stress reemphasize, accent again, stress again reaccent secondary accent secondary stress sudden strong note, with strong accent sforzando with acute accent on last syllable, with stress on final syllable oxytone
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 250,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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