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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of creo

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 creo:

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  1. creo que ingeniera creo entonces yo
  2. entrada es dure adems yo creo que creo
  3. si s lo creo por eso especficamente, lo mencion este es un esfuerzo, vi Partizan o yo creo que el
  4. tener propiedades ahora no s si habrn cambiado la ley creo creo que no as que
  5. Por que por favor. Come you, Coco - to Royal por que creo que no est bien por favor
  6. The overarching plot of Warren fighting his way through the Creo facility in order to figure out
  7. by a futuristic technology manufacturer by the name of Creo.
  8. realize from this that Creo is evil and that shit is about to go haywire.
  9. to the current state of the planet and the company of Creo itself. And as we explore more and more
  10. of the facility it's steadily revealed that even before everything broke down Creo were operating well
  11. and Creo began work on its successor, project Utopia.
  12. explaining how great Creo is, and how amazing it is to work for them.
  13. a bit more of an explanation for how Creo presented themselves publicly in order to get away with everything.
  14. Is Creo giving tours day in and day out that aren't curated by a guide or are these here for the employees?
  15. ex-employees of Creo and power armor who mindlessly walked towards you while snarling and growling.
  17. into this creo que Atlanta's mucho mucho
  18. Creo que me queda bastante claro
  19. Creo que look es bastante fcil para nosotros porque look significa mirar, no?
  20. Yeah, el problema creo que es cuando hay diferentes sujetos y objetos en una misma frase.