[ ploh-zhuh n ]
/ ˈploʊ ʒən /
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Origin of plosion
First recorded in 1915–20; shortened form of explosion
Words nearby plosion
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British Dictionary definitions for plosion
/ (ˈpləʊʒən) /
phonetics the sound of an abrupt break or closure, esp the audible release of a stopAlso called: explosion
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