[fuh-nee-muh-sahyz, foh-] /fəˈni məˌsaɪz, foʊ-/
verb (used with object), phonemicized, phonemicizing.
to transcribe into symbols.
to analyze (a word, the sound structure of a language, etc.) by establishing its phonemes.
[fuh-nee-miks, foh-] /fəˈni mɪks, foʊ-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the study of and systems. 2. the system of a language, or a discussion of this: English phonemics. /fəˈniːmɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) that aspect of linguistics concerned with the classification, analysis, interrelation, and environmental changes of the phonemes of a language
/fəˈnɛndəˌskəʊp/ noun 1. an instrument that amplifies small sounds, esp within the human body phonendoscope pho·nen·do·scope (fō-něn’də-skōp’) n. A stethoscope that intensifies auscultatory sounds.
noun 1. a person who uses computers or other electronic devices to place long-distance telephone calls without paying toll charges. noun See phreaker noun phrase A computer hacker who illegally enters the telephone system for fun and profit: Mit-nick also became a skilled ”phone phreak” who was able to manipulate the telephone system to pull […]
/ˈfəʊnə/ noun 1. (informal) a person making a telephone call