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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of biochemists

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 biochemists:
/bajowkɛmɪsts/

Derived Form of biochemists

noun
root word: biochemist
plural: biochemists
verb
root word: biochemist
Noun: biochemist
1
someone with special training in biochemistry
Type ofchemists,
TypesAlbert Szent-Gyorgyi*, Albert von Szent-Gyorgyi*, Casimir Funk*, Chain*, Crick*, Edward Calvin Kendall*, Edward Kendall*, Edward Lawrie Tatum*, enzymologists, Ernst Boris Chain*, Francis Crick*, Francis Henry Compton Crick*, Francois Jacob*, Fred Sanger*, Frederick Sanger*, Fritz Albert Lipmann*, Funk*, George Herbert Hitchings*, Hans Adolf Krebs*, Haworth*, Hitchings*, Hopkins*, Jacob*, Jacques Lucien Monod*, Jacques Monod*, John Howard Northrop*, Kendall*, Krebs*, Lipmann*, Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins*, Maurice Wilkins*, Max Ferdinand Perutz*, Max Perutz*, Meyerhof*, Monod*, Northrop*, Ochoa*, Otto Fritz Meyerhof*, Otto Heinrich Warburg*, Otto Meyerhof*, Perutz*, Sanger*, Severo Ochoa*, Sir Ernst Boris Chain*, Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins*, Sir Hans Adolf Krebs*, Sir Walter Norman Haworth*, Szent-Gyorgyi*, Tatum*, Warburg*, Wilkins*,

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  3. As far as biochemists can see,
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  11. considerations were going on, biochemists began to find a class of
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  13. problem. The biochemists, you know Watson and Crick, and we'll
  14. before about how what biochemists did was they tended
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  18. And often, when biochemists are trying to figure out how a
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  20. and biochemists can use to try to tease out these complex molecular transactions.