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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of bagasse

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 bagasse:
/bɑɡæs/

Derived Form of bagasse

noun
plural: bagasses
Noun
1
the dry dusty pulp that remains after juice is extracted from sugar cane or similar plants
Type ofpulp,

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  1. sugarcane bagasse, because bagasse is the most expressive residue in our country.
  2. Because that's what they did in the olden days was the Quaffle blue because that's what they do in Paris wands are called bagasse
  3. some water-absorbent material like peat or bagasse,
  4. is called bagasse.
  5. So you start with the bagasse, and then you take a very simple kiln
  6. Or bagasse.
  7. (laughing) No, it is not. Well, we have cellulose, the material, the bagasse,
  8. and then we do hydrolysis, which is to break this bagasse down.
  9. be having so much of waste; one is bagasse and another one is cachaca, this is nothing
  10. Here we can see that the bagasse is coming and from here it is going to another boiler,
  11. this bagasse can be utilized by that boiler and lot of energy is recovered. Here we can
  12. rather than sugarcane because that bagasse can be used for generating power. Banking
  13. no yeah they carried a bagasse and ammunition so that wouldn't have been a
  14. Feb 14, this is her spitting sugarcane bagasse at a bar in New York.
  15. sugarcane juice from the sugarcane bagasse.
  16. we are going to collect the sugarcane bagasse that comes
  17. and that is going to feed the boilers, where the sugarcane bagasse
  18. - Finishing the process over there, separating the sugarcane bagasse
  19. from the sugarcane juice. The sugarcane bagasse comes through this pipeline and ends up here,
  20. - Sugarcane bagasse, which we can transform into electrical power.