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close juncture

[ klohs ]
/ kloʊs /
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noun Phonetics.

continuity in the articulation of two successive sounds, as in the normal transition between sounds within a word; absence of juncture (opposed to open juncture).

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Origin of close juncture

First recorded in 1935–40
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