[guht-uh-roh-ney-zuh l] /ˌgʌt ə roʊˈneɪ zəl/ Phonetics
articulated in the back of the mouth and given resonance in the cavity, as the sound represented by (ng) in (ring).
a gutturonasal sound.
[guht-ee] /ˈgʌt i/ adjective, guttier, guttiest. 1. Informal. showing spirit; plucky; gutsy: a gutty attempt to kick a field goal. /ˈɡʌtɪ/ noun (Irish, dialect) (pl) -ties 1. an urchin or delinquent 2. a low-class person adjective
[guht-ren-ching] /ˈgʌtˌrɛn tʃɪŋ/ adjective 1. involving great distress or anguish; agonizing: a gut-wrenching decision. adjective 1. (informal) causing great distress or suffering: gut-wrenching scenes adjective extremely distressing or unpleasant; agonizing; having a powerful effect on one’s feelings Examples She is about to make a gut-wrenching decision. adjective Emotionally shattering; extremely disturbing: graphic, gut-wrenching description of […]
adverb In a gut-wrenching way; shattering: Many of Breyten’s poems included gut-wrenchingly vivid evocations of his actual situation (1990s+)
[guhv] /gʌv/ noun, Chiefly British Informal. 1. term of address used to a man, especially by a younger man, boy, employee, or social inferior. 2. (def 6). /ɡʌv/ noun 1. (Brit) an informal name for governor 1890, shortening of guvner, casual British pronunciation of governor as a title of respect.