[fuh-net-uh-sahyz, foh-] /fəˈnɛt əˌsaɪz, foʊ-/
verb (used with object), phoneticized, phoneticizing.
to represent (speech) in writing by means of a system in which individual symbols correspond regularly with speech sounds.
to increase the regularity of correspondence between sound and symbol in (a writing system):
a proposal for a new system of phoneticized English spelling.
noun, Historical Linguistics. 1. a statement of some regular pattern of sound change in a specific language, as Grimm’s law or Verner’s law.
[fuh-net-iks, foh-] /fəˈnɛt ɪks, foʊ-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the science or study of speech sounds and their production, transmission, and reception, and their analysis, classification, and transcription. Compare , , , . 2. the system or the body of facts of a particular language. 3. the symbols used to represent the […]
[foh-ni-tist] /ˈfoʊ nɪ tɪst/ noun 1. a person who uses or advocates phonetic spelling. /ˈfəʊnɪtɪst/ noun 1. another name for phonetician 2. a person who advocates or uses a system of phonetic spelling
- Phone tree
noun a list of phone numbers provided to a group and notification by phone is started by the first person and continued consecutively; a telephone campaign to offer reminders or poll the respondents and also ask the respondents to contact others by phone