[sil-uh-buh l-tahymd] /ˈsɪl ə bəlˌtaɪmd/
adjective, Phonetics. (of a language)
having a rhythm in which syllables are approximately equal in duration and thus tend to follow each other at regular intervals of time.
noun 1. a written symbol representing a single syllable
/ˌsɪləˈbɒɡrəfɪ/ noun 1. another word for syllabism Compare logography, phonography
noun 1. a drink of milk or cream sweetened, flavored, and mixed with wine or cider. 2. a dessert of beaten cream that is thickened with gelatin, sweetened, and flavored with wine or liquor. 3. a glass or punch cup in which syllabub is served. noun 1. a spiced drink made of milk with rum, […]
noun, plural syllabuses, syllabi [sil-uh-bahy] /ˈsɪl əˌbaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. an outline or other brief statement of the main points of a discourse, the subjects of a course of lectures, the contents of a curriculum, etc. 2. Law. a short summary of the legal basis of a court’s decision appearing at the beginning of a […]