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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of carhartt

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 carhartt:

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  1. i mean carhartt right-hand nine west high school
  2. some type of hunting another Carhartt
  3. Carhartt something else is under there
  4. skaters were mixing brands like Levi's and Carhartt
  5. Gucci's and Louis V are luxury brands. Carhartt and Levi's are not.
  6. For Supreme, the Gucci/Carhartt epiphany was a critical moment for Jebbia.
  7. Carhartt what do we got here Wrangler jeans we
  8. clothes have been amazing Carhartt right there good pair of pants
  9. - Some Carhartt Carpenter Pants.
  10. And what about Carhartt Workwear?
  11. Carhartt has become a staple brand in hip-hop culture.
  12. Okay, this is kind of a questionable item. Not really but I got these Carhartt overalls. You know, I don't know, overalls,
  13. liked them so we'll see if the Carhartt ones end up being cute. Next, I got these freakin French ass jeans.
  14. Robyn Carhartt Harris from Imperial College London who came with me?
  15. did an event last night with Robin Carhartt Harris at the Royal Institution and
  16. but we went in and we did it and then that's how I ended up going to talk to Carhartt Harris and David Nutt and
  17. Began this research and I was very curious about a neuroscientist named Robin Carhartt Harris and I started doing web searching and up comes this
  18. Wait who's got a car park who's got it. Nobody's anybody had Carhartt nobody No. Oh
  19. I have my heavy Carhartt on.
  20. It's made of a heavy canvas, but not too heavy - so unlike a Carhartt, it's not quite too stiff