[ fuh-nee-miks, foh- ]
/ fəˈni mɪks, foʊ- /
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noun (used with a singular verb)
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OTHER WORDS FROM phonemicspho·ne·mi·cist [fuh-nee-muh-sist, foh-], /fəˈni mə sɪst, foʊ-/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for phonemics
/ (fəˈniːmɪks) /
(functioning as singular) that aspect of linguistics concerned with the classification, analysis, interrelation, and environmental changes of the phonemes of a language
Derived forms of phonemicsphonemicist, noun
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