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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dresscode

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 dresscode:
/dɹɛskowd/

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  1. dresscode i hated dresscode i would go to school every
  2. if you will go to new job, you have to know dresscode
  3. in that way because of the dresscode but also just the fact that like we couldn't wear exactly
  4. very critical of the dresscode, i've been seeing some walkouts and stuff like that about
  5. dresscode which, jeez, y'all are going hard. at my school, we just complained about it
  6. that dresscode can be beneficial i know, old lady saying
  7. so, i think when i was in high school my view of the dresscode was like
  8. and i think i had pretty much had a very simplified um very me-centered criticism of the dresscode
  9. dress code because even though i don't think it was directly written in the dresscode,
  10. administrators, i was told by teachers, multiple, more than one teacher um and like the dresscode
  11. all these ways, and afros and twists policed in all these ways, so it's like, the dresscode
  12. like why can't he wear that? and it might not be written into the dresscode hey, if
  13. binary policing of people's bodies through the dresscode
  14. that i didn't even consider other students being violently attacked by the dresscode
  15. in Africo has the same structure, the same dresscode,
  16. Is black today's dresscode?
  17. It's the middle of summer and i thou- The dresscode is Nude and i didn't get the memo
  18. [Speech tailored to their dresscode] You are all dressed