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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of american bittern

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of american bittern:
/əmɛɹəkən bɪtɹ̩n/

Derived Form of american

noun
plural: americans
adjective
comparitive: more american
superlative: most american
Noun
1
a native or inhabitant of the United States
SynonymsAmerican,
HyponymsAfrican-American, Alabaman, Alaskan, Anglo-American, Appalachian, Arizonan, Arkansan, Asian American, Bay Stater, Bostonian, Californian, Carolinian, Coloradan, Connecticuter, Creole, Delawarean, Floridian, Franco-American, Georgian, German American, Hawaiian, Idahoan, Illinoisan, Indianan, Iowan, Kansan, Kentuckian, Louisianan, Mainer, Marylander, Michigander, Minnesotan, Mississippian, Missourian, Montanan, Nebraskan, Nevadan, New Englander, New Hampshirite, New Jerseyan, New Mexican, New Yorker, Nisei, North Carolinian, North Dakotan, Ohioan, Oklahoman, Oregonian, Pennsylvanian, Puerto Rican, Rhode Islander, South Carolinian, South Dakotan, Southerner, Spanish American, Tennessean, Texan, Tory, Utahan, Vermonter, Virginian, Washingtonian, West Virginian, Wisconsinite, Wyomingite, Yankee,
Hypernymsinhabitant,
Type ofdenizen, dweller, indweller, inhabitant,
TypesAfrican-American, Afro-American, Alabaman, Alabamian, Alaskan, Anglo-American, Arizonan, Arizonian, Arkansan, Arkansawyer, Bay Stater, Black American, Bostonian, Buckeye, Californian, Carolinian, Coloradan, Connecticuter, Cornhusker, Creole, Delawarean, Delawarian, Down Easter, Floridian, Franco-American, Georgian, German American, Hawaiian, Hispanic, Hispanic American, Hoosier, Idahoan, Illinoisan, Indianan, Iowan, Kansan, Kentuckian, Latino, Louisianan, Louisianian, Mainer, Michigander, Minnesotan, Mississippian, Missourian, Montanan, Nebraskan, Nevadan, New Englander, New Hampshirite, New Jerseyan, New Jerseyite, New Yorker, North Carolinian, North Dakotan, Northerner, Ohioan, Oregonian, Pennsylvanian, Puerto Rican, Rhode Islander, South Carolinian, South Dakotan, Southerner, Spanish American, Tennessean, Texan, Tory, Utahan, Vermonter, Virginian, Washingtonian, West Virginian, Wisconsinite, Wolverine, Wyomingite, Yank, Yankee, Yankee-Doodle,
Part ofAmerica, U.S., U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA,
See alsoAmericanize,
2
the English language as used in the United States
SynonymsAmerican English, American language, American,
HyponymsAfrican American Vernacular English,
HypernymsEnglish,
Type ofEnglish, English language,
TypesBlack English, Black English Vernacular, Ebonics,
3
a native or inhabitant of a North American or Central American or South American country
SynonymsAmerican,
HyponymsCreole, Latin American, Mesoamerican, North American, South American, West Indian,
Hypernymsinhabitant,
Type ofdenizen, dweller, indweller, inhabitant,
TypesCreole, Mesoamerican, North American, South American, West Indian,
Part ofNorth America, South America,
Adjective
1
of or relating to the United States of America or its people or language or culture
  1. American citizens
  2. American English
  3. the American dream
SynonymsAmerican,
See alsoAmerica,
2
of or relating to or characteristic of the continents and islands of the Americas
  1. the American hemisphere
  2. American flora and fauna
SynonymsAmerican,
See alsoAmerica,

Derived Form of bittern

noun
plural: bitterns
Noun
1
relatively small compact tawny-brown heron with nocturnal habits and a booming cry; found in marshes
Type ofheron,
TypesAmerican bittern, Botaurus lentiginosus, Botaurus stellaris, European bittern, Ixobrychus exilis, least bittern, stake driver,

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  1. Well, perhaps it was. Did you ever hear a bittern booming?
  2. He broke apart big time! Good work - that was the bittern! Was that the Bittern?
  3. - Early 20th Century American, like the American Realists.
  4. the insertion of American power, the overextension of American
  5. AMERICAN IMMUNES NEED AN AMERICAN LEADER,
  6. AMERICAN IMMUNES NEED AN AMERICAN TO LEAD THEM.
  7. the ingroup. American culture and American values reign supreme. To be a demagogue, an
  8. In as much as the American system of free enterprise is inseparably a part of the American
  9. It may be bittern.
  10. What I am you could call anti Americanist. That means I am against the ideology that says the world shall convalesce by the American character or the American way of life.
  11. American writers of the American transcendentalist school--and
  12. American history for the consideration of American Congresses, the members of which had personal knowledge of the dangers and problems involved.
  13. Did you ever hear a bittern booming?
  14. >> AMERICAN FUCK? AMERICAN DRECK.
  15. I think my favorite moment of hearing a bittern was one May morning before the first light,
  16. and there was the bittern right in the very middle of this little stand of cattails.
  17. because American Pershings and American cruise missiles
  18. American society of testing material ASTM classification. American society of testing
  19. Did you ever hear a bittern booming?
  20. it can boiled while putting coagulant (it's called a Nigari, or Japanese bittern too)