phonetician

[foh-ni-tish-uh n]
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Origin of phonetician

First recorded in 1840–50; phonetic + -ian
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Historical Examples of phonetician

  • We owe a good deal to a phonetician called Cooper, whose Grammatica Anglicana was published in 1685.

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    S. P. B. Mais

  • We are trained to imitate strange noises of all sorts, and the phonetician is ready to show us how to make them.


British Dictionary definitions for phonetician

phonetician

noun
  1. a person skilled in phonetics or one who employs phonetics in his work
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