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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of busload

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 busload:
/bəslowd/

Derived Form of busload

noun
plural: busloads
Noun
1
the quantity of cargo or the number of passengers that a bus can carry
Hypernymslarge indefinite quantity,
Type oflarge indefinite amount, large indefinite quantity,

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  1. choice of either saving his girlfriend or a busload of
  2. the choice of either saving his girlfriend or a busload of
  3. We just the whole busload of people
  4. and There's a busload of Scandinavian women waiting to fuck my brains out. Sorry ladies gotta go home to the wife right
  5. Trust me there must be a busload of people like us.
  6. Okay, let's get a whole busload of people.
  7. Story that will make your blood boil a school bus driver in Westchester County with a busload of kids
  8. integration program so I picked up a busload of young black kids that were
  9. and rob a whole busload of French students he had befriended, only the drugs started
  10. going cross-country when I passed a busload of nuns and
  11. Well, you got a busload of Wailers, come on.
  12. A busload is waiting for you. Up and out.
  13. A busload of us waiting for you. - Tell them, I'm sleeping.
  14. Hey, we've been looking for a busload full
  15. that was a busload of BYU students that had just been dropped off
  16. What I pay you good money to bring busloads of tourists up here from the town - people are not a busload
  17. WOULD YOU RATHER KISS MATT OR SAVE A BUSLOAD OF ORPHANS?
  18. BUSLOAD COME IN FROM STATE
  19. BUSLOAD COME IN IN ADDITION TO
  20. A church group hired the company he worked for to drive a busload of kids from Idaho