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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of de facto

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 de facto:
/di fæktow/

Derived Form of de

noun
plural: des
Noun
1
a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
SynonymsDelaware, Diamond State, First State, DE,
MeronymsDelaware, Delaware Bay, Dover, Wilmington,
HolonymsMid-Atlantic states, United States,
Partscapital of Delaware, Delaware, Delaware Bay, Delaware River, Dover, Wilmington,
Type ofAmerican state,
Part ofMid-Atlantic states,
Other
1
remove or reduce
2
undo, reverse, do the opposite
Synonymsdis-,

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  2. Aged just 27, the Bedouin boy born in a tent became de-facto ruler of Libya.
  3. Following this, he marched to the rebels de facto capital of Enna where Cleon was stationed
  4. killing Smaug and becoming the de facto leader of the Laketown survivors, failing to reason with Thorin,
  5. Overtime Captain Cold would come to be the de facto leader of Flash rogues quasi frenemy
  6. You want my fighting ring Littlefinger who de facto controls the Eyrie due to his outsized influence on young Robin Arryn
  7. to Jews in Germany, de jure and de facto end quote.
  8. De facto male conscription applies to the large majority of men, whereas only one-tenth
  9. One of those was the de facto leader, Shane Lowry.
  10. Fernando and he assumes de facto control of Lisbon King Juan of Castile invaded
  11. The upshot is that getting high is de-facto legal for the Dutch in the whole country,
  12. government or by Ludwigs uncle Luitpold who became regent and de facto ruler of Bavaria.
  13. Back in Norway, Haakon Sigurdsson is the de-facto ruler.
  14. Seeing how, by now, thousands of Cuman troops are de-facto under direct command of the Hungarian
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  16. But to be de facto ruler is not enough for Farquaad; he insists upon ruling, as he puts
  17. As honorary chairperson and de facto queen
  18. Little factoid: Kamakura used to be the de facto capital of Japan back in
  19. It is wrong for the president, either de facto or de jure, to suggest that people should
  20. STEVEN BREGMAN: Yeah, but if they're, 100th of 1%, they're in de facto in a de facto sense,