Palato-alveolar



[pal-uh-toh-al-vee-uh-ler] /ˌpæl ə toʊ ælˈvi ə lər/ Phonetics

adjective
1.
articulated with the blade or tip of the tongue approaching or touching the alveolar ridge and the main body of the tongue near the hard palate; having a primary alveolar articulation and a secondary palatal articulation.
noun
2.
a palato-alveolar sound, as (sh) or (ch).

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