[ air-floh ]
/ ˈɛərˌfloʊ /
the air flowing past or through a moving body, as an airplane or automobile.
Why Are A, E, I, O, U, And Y Called “Vowels”?In elementary school, we all learned the vowels of the English language: A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. But, what makes a vowel a vowel?
What’s Vocal Fry Really All About?As wonderful as it is that the mass media is paying attention to phonetics, much of what is said about vocal fry is not, strictly speaking, true. This particular quality of speech has been around since humans could produce language. It's not damaging to your vocal cords, and it's used by everyone—men and women alike.
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British Dictionary definitions for airflow
/ (ˈɛəˌfləʊ) /
the flow of air in a wind tunnel or past a moving aircraft, car, train, etc; airstream
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