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distributed

[ dih-strib-yoo-tid ]
/ dɪˈstrɪb yʊ tɪd /
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adjective Linguistics.

(in distinctive feature analysis) characterized by relatively extensive contact or constriction between the articulating organs, as the (sh) in show in contrast to the (s) in so.

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OTHER WORDS FROM distributed

un·dis·trib·ut·ed, adjectivewell-dis·trib·ut·ed, adjective
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