[ploh-siv] /ˈploʊ sɪv/ Phonetics
(of a stop consonant or occlusive) characterized by release in a ; explosive.
Also called explosive. a plosive speech sound.
articulated with or accompanied by plosion
a plosive consonant; stop
type of consonantal sound, 1899, from explosive. As an adjective from 1909.
[plot] /plɒt/ noun 1. a secret plan or scheme to accomplish some purpose, especially a hostile, unlawful, or evil purpose: a plot to overthrow the government. 2. Also called storyline. the plan, scheme, or main story of a literary or dramatic work, as a play, novel, or short story. 3. a small piece or area […]
[ploh-tin-ee-uh n] /ploʊˈtɪn i ən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or in accordance with Plotinus or his philosophy.
[ploh-tahy-niz-uh m, ploht-n-iz-] /ploʊˈtaɪ nɪz əm, ˈploʊt nˌɪz-/ noun 1. the Neoplatonism of .
[ploh-tahy-nuh s] /ploʊˈtaɪ nəs/ noun 1. a.d. 205?–270? Roman philosopher, born in Egypt. /plɒˈtaɪnəs/ noun 1. ?205–?270 ad, Roman Neo-Platonist philosopher, born in Egypt