How do you pronounce batoning in English (1 out of 19).

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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of batoning

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 batoning:

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  1. batoning if you need to smaller batoning of course because you have a nice thick blade
  2. you've got the durability you're gonna need for heavier tasks like batoning
  3. often they're only of limited utility and they often get in the way of batoning
  4. plenty of length and strength for batoning or light chopping with a high
  5. How much I think it's time for a batoning montage This is definitely one of those.
  6. They just kind of vibrate it out a little bit from all the pounding from that batoning
  7. you can do some bigger jobs, you can do some some light splitting or batoning when you
  8. something like your axe or a batoning knife it's a quick and dirty way to kind
  9. This is called batoning wood.
  10. There would be no problem with batoning
  11. more. What else Oh, if you do need if you if you don't have a good stick for batoning
  12. really you're doing more of that anyway than the chopping or the batoning and splitting
  13. the proces is called batoning
  14. and also with the batoning...
  15. kind of some rougher tasks, maybe like batoning and that sort of thing to split wood out there
  16. The difference is only slight, but if you really going for batoning and bigger work,
  17. which is just a bit more for batoning and processing large pieces of wood.
  18. The bigger blade will make little a bit more versatile when it comes to batoning