English to Macedonian Meaning of diphthong - дифтонг

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Definitions of diphthong in English
Noun(1) a vowel sound that starts near the articulatory position for one vowel and moves toward the position for another
Examples of diphthong in English
(1) For these speakers, the diphthong in fife starts out near the vowel of bud, and ends near the vowel of bade; while the diphthong in five starts near the vowel of hod, and ends nears the vowel of hed.(2) However, all subsequent authors except Meek have used the diphthong , so Archaeocyathus is now treated as a justified emendation of Billings' original spelling.(3) All Australian accents are regional, and the elongated diphthong , particularly the ÔÇÿoooÔÇÖ, is the immediate giveaway for New South Welshpersons.(4) This was adopted into English and subjected to the normal sound-changes of the late medieval and early modern period: the final - e ceased to be pronounced and the long i became a diphthong .(5) In most contemporary dialects, it's a diphthong with a high front off-glide, so you might take it as mixed on the hot-or-not dimension, but ÔÇÿa front vowel soundÔÇÖ it is definitely not.(6) Our role model was our head teacher, Miss Osborne, known as the High Mistress, who flapped about the place in her gown and lapsed into classical Greek pronunciation whenever she used a diphthong .(7) Density is thus largely a function of word stock and reflects at this stage in Coolidge's work an affinity for monosyllabic words, particularly those that couple long vowels or diphthongs with consonant blends.(8) Most Modern English vowels are diphthongs , so obeying the ÔÇÿone sound, one letterÔÇÖ rule demands either pairing of vowel letters or replacing all our current vowel sounds with the fewer pure sounds, as in Italian and Spanish.(9) Thus, ÔÇÿbaitÔÇÖ and ÔÇÿboatÔÇÖ are always monophthongs as I say them, but ÔÇÿbayÔÇÖ and ÔÇÿlowÔÇÖ may be either monophthongal or slightly diphthongal .(10) Like U.S. Spanish, early Spanish exhibited a strong tendency to form diphthongs from contiguous vowels.(11) Few novice teachers addressed vowel r words, more difficult vowel team words such as those with diphthongs having more than one sound, or two-syllable words.(12) Otherwise the dialect is solidly Midland, and aside from Germanisms bears a close affinity with the Philadelphia area, such as in its use of diphthongal long O and long A.(13) People in that part of Bolivia have a lot of Quechua and Aymara words in their vocabulary, and ones with final falling-sonority diphthongs are pretty typical.(14) The formation of diphthongs from contiguous vowels represents a common prohibition in languages against starting a syllable with a vowel, as opposed to a consonant.(15) Similarly, a study of Tunisian women in Morocco showed that older women categorically use diphthongs /aw/and/aj /, while middle-aged women alternate between diphthongs and monophthongs.(16) The diphthongs ayyy and eeee turn up again and again, long vowels lengthened by slow consonants around them.
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