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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of de-escalate

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-escalate:

Derived Form of de-escalate

third person: de-escalates
past: de-escalated
past participle: de-escalated
present participle: de-escalating
diminish in size, scope, or intensity
Type ofdecrease, diminish, fall, lessen,
See alsode-escalation,
reduce the level or intensity or size or scope of
Synonymsstep down, weaken,
Type ofdecrease, lessen, minify,
See alsode-escalation,

de-escalate on Youtube

  1. communication techniques to de-escalate situations and different types of least force option
  2. crisis and you talk to them and you de-escalate them and you put them in
  3. and then the counter to that is to de-escalate,
  4. find people who are among the protestors but trying to de-escalate things. Antifascists know about
  5. sudden gestures that might escalate
  6. I know how you guys think. You like to escalate things.
  7. from a situation that could escalate to something more.
  8. that whatever happened to this number two engine didn't escalate into a bigger
  9. but we always refused to escalate.
  10. Fortunately, the situation didn't escalate into a full-blown riot, though a lawsuit does
  11. and I think it would be wrong to escalate
  12. Things dont escalate from there.
  13. and it doesn't really escalate into violence too much.
  14. - Sorry, didn't mean to escalate.
  15. Michael: We could kick it in, it'd be really funny. That's what we escalate to if we can't get it open.
  16. would further escalate the cost.
  17. the kennedy kennedy decided to escalate
  18. ready to escalate things to another level
  19. Trump was eager to escalate the tariff fight.
  20. >> Tensions in the South China Sea escalate.