Pronunciation (noun)

  1. The way in which a word or language is pronounced.
  2. The manner in which a person speaks a word or language.
  3. The phonetic equivalent of a word or language.

Origin:

The word pronunciation comes from the latin word pronuntiatio, meaning "the act of declaring or announcing" and it has been in use since the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. The pronunciation of this word is tricky.
  2. He has a strong accent which affects his pronunciation.
  3. The pronunciation guide in the dictionary will help you say the word correctly.
  4. The correct pronunciation of the name is "Smith".
  5. The pronunciation of this word is different in British and American English.
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