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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of arvo

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 arvo:
/ɑɹvow/

Derived Form of arvo

noun
plural: arvos
Noun
1
afternoon

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  1. also say this arvo so they abbreviate this afternoon to this arvo
  2. Sounds so posh you can just imagine a Brit saying 'this arvo' yeah it's such 'ra-ra' like, Sloane Square, posh people
  3. it's so funny yeah but there'd be like 'what're you doing this arvo?' and then they
  4. trackie-dacks, servo for service station, arvo, bottlo,
  5. afternoon we say arvo. So we would say, for example, for this afternoon we're
  6. too lazy to say this afternoon, we say 'z'arvo. Z'arvo? So there's a /z/,
  7. you cut off the /th/ in 'this.' So z'arvo? Yeah, z'arvo.
  8. got something similar to 'arvo.' You can share it in the chat below. I'd love to know what it is. So
  9. but in Australia you often refer to it as 'arvo'. When you're waiting in a line
  10. So 'Afternoon' becomes 'Arvo'.
  11. 'Arvo'.
  12. 'Arvo' = 'Afternoon'.
  13. Arvo.
  14. What are you doing this arvo?
  15. I was thinking this arvo I might go to the beach.
  16. Did you want to come over this arvo and help me with the reno?
  17. You might hear this, what are you doing this arvo? or What are you doing tomorrow arvo?
  18. 'arvo', 'arvo', 'arvo'. Is it like avocado?
  19. This arvo. This arvo. This arvo.
  20. It's a work set to an Arvo Part Te Deum.